Chhattisgarh Board Class 10 Maths
Chhattisgarh Board Class 10 Maths

Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) has been making drastic changes in the syllabus of various subjects keeping in mind the changing times. CGBSE has been proactive in structuring the syllabus of all the subjects of Class 10, given the significance of the same in a student’s academic career and to give them a better understanding of the subjects. 

 

Chhattisgarh Board has come up with a comprehensive syllabus for Class 10 Maths as the subject finds various applications across a vast industry verticals and in daily life. The syllabus has been set by the experts under the guidelines of the board.

 

It has been ensured that the syllabus provides students with necessary skills to clear the board exam with flying colors and do well in their higher studies. Therefore, students are advised to study Maths syllabus in detail to build a strong foundation in the subject and prepare themselves for upcoming exams.

 

CGBSE has structured the Class 10 Mathematics syllabus really well. It will help the students in planning their study time, break down the parts of the syllabus, and prepare well for the exams. Mathematics is a highly scoring subject and can increase the overall marks of a student.

 

 

The total marks for the subject are 100, divided into two parts: theory paper and internal assessment. The theory paper is of 75 marks and the internal assessment carries the remaining 25 marks. To score well in the CGBSE Class 10 exam, a student should be well-aware of the syllabus and prepare the subject thoroughly. Below we are providing the detailed syllabus of the subject along with respective weightage of the chapters:

 

 

Theory Syllabus of Chhattisgarh Board Class 10 Maths:

 

List of Unit-wise Chapters from CGBSE Class 10 Maths Syllabus:

 

Sr. No.

Name of the Chapter

Major Topics

        Marks

 

1

 

Algebra

 

 

·        Polynomials

 

·        Linear Equations in Two Variables

 

·        Quadratic Equations in One Variable

 

·        Arithmetic Progression

 

·        Ratio and Proportion

 

 

 

 

 

           20

 

2

 

Co-Ordinate Geometry

 

 

·        Co-Ordinate Geometry

 

·        Graph

 

 

            8

 

3

 

Commercial Mathematics

 

 

 

·        Banking and taxation

 

            7

 

4

 

Trigonometry

 

 

 

·        Trigonometric Equations and Identities

 

            11

 

5

 

Geometry

 

 

 

·        Similarity in Geometrical Shapes

 

·        Circle and Tangents

 

·        Geometrical Constructions

 

 

 

             12

 

6

 

Mensuration

 

 

·        Surface Area and Volume of solids

 

 

              8

 

7

 

 

Statistics

 

 

·        Data Analysis

 

              9

            Total Marks                                                                                     75

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions for CGBSE Class 10 Maths: 

 

Q1. How are the marks for the CGBSE Class 10 Maths divided?

Ans: The total marks allotted for the CGBSE class 10 maths are 100 marks. These marks are divided between Theory paper (75 marks) and Practical paper (20 marks) exams.

 

 

Q2. Which unit has the highest weightage for the class 10 maths syllabus?

Ans: For the class 10 maths syllabus, the chapter with the highest weightage is “Algebra.” 

 

 

Q3. When will the practical exams be held?

Ans: The dates for internal assessment exams/practical exams will be declared by your school authorities. Students are advised to contact their school exam department for further information.

 

 

Q4. Will the syllabus be reduced for the academic session 2021-22 as well?

Ans:  Keeping in mind the Covid-19 restrictions, the CGBSE had reduced the syllabus for all the subjects by 25% for the year 2020-21 for the convenience of students. However, no such announcement has been made for the academic session 2021-22. Students are advised to keep visiting the official website of the CGBSE – https://cgbse.nic.in/default.aspx to stay updated.

 

Q5. Is CGBSE Board Class 10 Maths a difficult subject to study?

Ans: The difficulty of a chapter in Maths depends on a student’s hold on basic concepts and practice. Some may find it easy, while others may be struggling to understand the same topic. But most of the time, students find “geometry” difficult. However, a student can improve with diligent practice and study.