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Looking for Secondary Level Science Curriculum of TSC Nepal? Here, you will get the curriculum of both schemes General as well as Subjective. To view the detail curriculum of General Scheme you can go through the link given bellow.
General Scheme Curriculum
The full marks of Subjective Scheme of Secondary Level Science Curriculum is 100, the time is 3 hours and the questions type is subjective. you can see the curriculum below.
Unit 1: Teaching Physics
- Measurement: Physical quantities, SI units, fundamental and derived units.
- Force, Energy and Power: Momentum, relation among velocity, acceleration, displacement and time, Newton’s laws of motion, Newton’s law of gravitation, acceleration due to gravity, weight, mass, free fall and weightlessness, kinetic and potential energy, sources of energy, work and power
- Pressure: Concept of pressure, atmospheric pressure, liquid pressure, Archimedes’ Principle, Pascal’s law, law of flotation
- Heat, Optics and Sound: Heat and temperature, thermometers, specific heat capacity, reflection and refraction of light, refractive index, total internal reflection, concave and convex lenses and formation of image through lenses, defects of vision, optical instruments, sound waves, sources of sound, reflection and refraction of sound, loudness, pitch and velocity
- Electricity Magnetism: Electric circuit, Ohm’s law, conductivity, resistivity, molecular theory of magnet, magnetic lines of force, geomagnetism, motor effect, potential difference, series and parallel combinations of load and cell, house wiring, electric consumption, transformer, electric motor, dynamo and generator.
Unit 2: Teaching Geology and Astronomy
- Earth: Origin, geological time scale, structure, rock and minerals
- Natural Disasters: Earthquake, volcano, tornados, flood and landslide
- Atmosphere: Structure, climate change, greenhouse effect, acid rain and ozone layer depletion
- Solar System: Introduction, moon and its phases, eclipse, rotation and revolution of earth and moon
- Universe: Comets and meteors, galaxies, constellations, black hole, birth and death of stars
Unit 3: Teaching Chemistry
- Structure and Properties of Matter: Classification of elements, atomic structure, electronic configuration, valency, periodic table, bonding and molecular formula.
- Chemical Reaction: Types, chemical equation, factors affecting rate of chemical reaction, limitation of chemical reaction
- Acid, Base, Salt and Solution: Properties, types, uses, neutralization reaction, indicators, pH value, solution, solubility and crystallization
- Laboratory Preparation and Properties of Gases: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Amonia, Carbon dioxide
- Organic and Inorganic Compounds: Properties and uses of carbon and its compound, fertilizers, cement, glass, ceramics, plastic, soap, detergents and pesticides
- Metals: Properties of metals, non-metals and metalloids, availability, metallurgy, properties and uses of iron, almunium, cupper, silver and gold
- Living Things: Classification (plants and animals), mosquito, silkworm and honey bee (structure and life cycle)
- Adaptation and Micro-organism: Adaptation of plants and animals, introduction to microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, virus, protozoa)
- Life Process: Interrelationship among cell, tissue and organ, skeleton system, circulatory system, nervous system, digestive system, respiratory system, glandular system and excretory system
- Reproduction: Asexual and sexual reproduction, determination of sex and artificial reproduction in plants
- Ecology and Heridity: Theory of evolution, heridity, Mendel’s laws of heridity, variation and mutation, ecology, ecosystem, Geo- bio chemical cycles, pollution (water, soil, air, and sound), conservation of environment
Source: Teachers Service Commission