Maharashtra Board HSC Syllabus 2019-20 (All Subjects)

Maharashtra Board HSC Syllabus 2019-20: Recently Maharashtra Board tweaks to change HSC paper pattern for 2019 session. The question paper pattern will be based on a national framework curriculum as laid by the Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE).

However, these changes would be only seen in physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics subjects in a view so that students could perform well in entrance exams.

The board has taken this decision to mitigate the harm that parents and students used to face due to coaching centres. Keep reading to get detailed Maharashtra HSC Syllabus 2019.

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Maharashtra HSC Syllabus (Subject Wise)

Hindi

विषयपाठ्यक्रम
गद्य7- कहानियाँ
4- निबंध
2- हास्य व्यंग
1- विज्ञान/ पर्यावरण/ संस्मरण/ रेखाचित्र आदि
पद्य4- मध्ययुगीन
10- अर्वाचीन
पूरक पठन6 – हिंदी विविधा पाठ
रचना विभागनिबंध 200 शब्दों तक
सारांशलेखन
पत्र लेखन- व्यावसायिक/ कार्यालयीन/ साक्षात्कार/ भेंट वार्ता/ पारिभाषिक शब्दावली/ वृतांतलेखन/ विज्ञापन/ अनुवाद/ चित्रवर्णन
व्याकरणवाक्य भेद- सरल/ संयुक्त/ मिश्र
कालपरिवर्तन- सामान्य/  पूर्ण/ अपूर्ण
वाक्य शुद्धिकरण- मात्रा/ लिंग/ वचन/ कारक/ क्रीया
मुहावरे

English

Unit nameMarks
Prose25
Poetry8
Grammer12
Writing27
Rapid Reading08
Total80

Oral Test

TestMarks
Listening06
Loud Reading04
Speaking05
Conversation05
Total20
Course Book (Yuvabharti)Prose (80) pages
Poetory 200-250 lines
GrammerTenses
Types of Sentences- Simple, Compound, Complex, Reletive Clauses
Voice- Statments, questions, indirect objects, object + object complement, negetives
Reported speech- Advanced level, continuous short paragraph consisting of three to four connected sentences.
Uses of ‘too’ and ‘enough’- Conversion and synthesis
Modal Auxiliaries- May, might, must etc .
Articles- Uses and omission of a, an, the
Prepositions- Indicating time, place and direction
Linking words/ Discourse Makers- Use of linking words in sentences and in larger units.
Word Formation- Changing word forms- Nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives.
Infinitives, Gerunds, and Participals- Usage, and synthesis

Science stream

Physics

Unit NameTopic
Circular MotionAngular displacement
Aangular velocity and angular acceleration
Relation between linear velocity and angular velocity
Uniform circular motion
Radial acceleration
Centripetal and centrifugal forces
Banking of roads
Vertical circular motion due to earth’s gravitation
Equation for velocity and energy at different positions of vertical circular motions
Kinematical equations for circular motion in analogy with linear motion
GravitationNewton’s law of gravitation
Projection of satellite
Periodic Time
Statement of Kepler’s law of motion
Binding energy and escape velocity of a satellite
Weightlessness condition in orbit
Variation of ‘g’ due to altitude
Lattitude
Depth and motion
Communication satellite and its uses
Rational motionDefinition of MI, KE of a rotating body
Rolling motion
Physical significance of MI, Radius  of gyration
Torque
Principle of parallel and perpendicular axes
MI of some regularly shaped bodies about specific axes
Angular momentum and its conservation
OscillationsExplanations of periodic motion
SHM
Differential equation of linear SHM
Projection of UCM on any diameter
Phase of SHM, KE, and PE in SHM
Composition of SHM having the same period and along the same line
Simple pendulum
Damped SHM
ElasticityGeneral explanation of elastic property
Plasticity
Deformation
Definition of stress and strain
Hooke’s Law
Poisson’s ratio
Elastic Energy
Elastic constants and their relation
Determination of Y
Behavior of metal wire under increasing load
Applications of elastic behavior of materials
Surface TensionSurface tension by molecular theory
Surface energy
Surface tension
Angle of contact
Capillarity and capillary action
Effect of impurity and temperature on surface tension
Wave MotionSimple harmonic progressive wave
Reflection of transverse and longitudinal waves
Change of Phase
Suppression of waves
Formation of Beats
Doppler effect in sound
Stationary WavesStudy of vibrations in a finite medium
Formation of stationary waves on a string
Study of vibrations of air columns
Free and forced vibrations
Resonance
Kinetic theory of gases and radiationConcept of an ideal gas
Assumptions of kinetic theory
Mean free path
Derivation for pressure of a gas
Degree of freedom
Derivation of Boyle’s Law
Thermodynamics- Thermal equilibrium and definition of temperature
1st and 2nd law of thermodynamics
Heat engines and refrigerators
Qualitative of black body radiation
Wein’s displacement law
Green house effect
Stefan’s law
Maxwell distribution
Law of equipartition of energy and application to specific heat capacities of gases.
Wave theory of lightWave theory of light
Huygen’s principle
Construction of a plane and spherical wavefront
Wavefront and wave normal
Reflection at a plane surface
Refraction at a plane surface
Polarization
Polaroids
Plane polarised light
Brewster’s law
Doppler effect in light
Interference and DiffractionInterference of light
Conditions for producing steady interference patterns
Young’s experiment
Analytical treatment of interference bonds
Measurement of wavelength by prism experiment
Diffraction due to single slit
Rayleigh’s criterion
Resolving power of a microscope and telescope
Difference between interference and diffraction
ElectrostaticsGaus’s Proof and application
Mechanical force on a unit area of a charged conductor
Energy density of a medium
Dielectrics and electric polarisation
Concept of condenser
Capacity of parllel plate condenser
Effect of dielectric on capacity
Energy of charged condenser
Condensers in series and parallel
Van- de- Graaff generator
Current electricityKirchhoff’s law
Wheatstone’s bridge
Meter bridge
Potentiometer
Magnetic effects of electric currentAmpere’s law and its applications
Moving coil galvanometer
Ammeter
Voltmeter
Sensitivity of moving coil galvanometer
Cyclotron
MagnetismCircular current loop of magnetic dipole
Magnetic dipole moment of revolving electron
Magnetistation and magnetic intensity
Diamagnetism
Paramagnetism
Ferromagnetism on the basis of domain theory
Curie temperature
Electromagnetic InductionsLaws of electromagnetic induction
Proof of, e= dØ/ dt
Eddy currents
Self-induction and mutual induction
Need for displacement of current
Transformer
Coil rotating magnetic induction
Alternating currents
Reactance and impedance
LC oscillations (qualitative treatment only)
Power in a.c circuit with resistance
Inductance and capacitance
Resonant circuit
Wattless current
AC generator
Electrons and PhotonsPhotoelectric effect
Hertz and Lenard’s observations
Einstein’s equation
Particle nature of light
Atoms, Molecules and NucleiAlpha particle scattering experiment
Rutherford’s model of atom
Bohr’s model
Hydrogen spectrum
composition and size of nucleus
Radioactivity
Decay law
Mass-energy relation
Mass defect
B.E per nucleon and its variation with mass number
Nuclear fission and fusion
Broglie hypothesis
Matter waves- Wave nature of particles
Wavelength of an electron
Davisson and Germer experiment
Continuous and characteristics of X-ray
SemiconductorsEnergy bands in solids
Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors
P-type and N-type semiconductor
P-N junction diode
I-V characteristics in forward and reverse basis
Rectifiers
Zener diode as a voltage regulator
Photodiode
Solar Cell
I-V Characteristics of LED
Transistor action and its characteristics
Transistor as an amplifier (CE Mode)
Transistor as a switch
Oscillators and Logic Gates  (OR,
AND, NOT, NAND, NOR)
Communication SystemsElements of communication system
Bandwidth of signals
Bandwidth of transmission medium
Need for modulation
Production and detection of an amplitude modulated wave
Space Communication
Propagation of electromagnetic waves in atmosphere

Chemistry

Unit NameTopicSubtopic Name
Solid StateClassification of solids based on different forces
  • Molecular
  • Ionic
  • covalent
  • Metallic solids
  • Amorphous
  • Crystalline solids

(Elementary idea)

Unit cell in two
dimensional and three-dimensional lattices
Calculation of density of unit cell
Packing in solids
Voids
Number of atoms per unit
cell in a cubic unit cell
Point defects,
electrical and magnetic properties
Band theory of metals
Conductors and semiconductors
n and p-type semi- conductors
Solutions and Colligatice PropertiesTypes of Solutions
Expression of concentration of solids in liquids
Solubility of gases in liquids
Solid solutions
Colligative properties
Relative lowering of vapor pressure
Raoult’s Law
Elevation of boiling point
Depression of freezing point
Osmotic pressure
Determination of molecular masses using colligative properties
Abnormal molecular mass
Van’t Hoff factor and calculations involving it
Chemical Thermodynamics and EnergitcConcepts of system
Types of system
Surroundings, Work, Heat, Energy
Extensive and intensive properties
State functions
First Law of Thermodynamics
internal energy and enthalpy
Hess Law of constant heat summation
Enthalpy of dissociation
Combustion
Formation
Atomization
Sublimation
Phase transition
Ionization of Solution and dilution
Introduction of entropy as a state function
Free energy change for spontaneous and non-spontaneous processes
Equilibrium Constant
Second and third law of thermodynamics
ElectrochemistryRedox reactions
Conductance in electrolyte solution
specific and molar conductive
Kohlrausch’s Law
Electrolysis and laws of electrolysis (Elementary Idea)
Dry Cell- Electrolytic and galvanic cells
Lead accumulator
EMF of a cell
Standard electrode potential
Nernst equation and its application to chemical cells
Fuel cells
Corrosion
Relation between Gibb’s energy change and EMF of a cell
Chemical KineticsRate of reaction (Avrage and instantaneous)
Factors affecting the rate of reaction
Concentration
Temperature
Catalyst
Order and molecularity of a reaction
Rate law specific rate constant
integrated rate equations and half life (Only for zero and first order reactions)
The concept of collision theory (Elementary idea no mathematical treatment).
Activation energy
Arrhenius equation
General Principles and processes of isolation of elementsPrinciples and methods of extraction – Concentration
Oxidation
Reduction
Electrolytic method and refining
Occurrence and principle of extraction of aluminum, copper zinc and iron.
p – Block elementsGroup 15 elementsGeneral Introduction
Electronic Configuration
Occurrence
Oxidation states
Trends in physical and chemical properties
Nitrogen- preparation
Preparation properties and uses of compounds of nitrogen
Preparation properties and uses of ammonia and nitric acid
Oxides of nitrogen (Structure only)
Phosphorous-allotropic forms
Compounds of phosphorous
Preparation and properties of phosphine
Halides (PCl3, PCl5) and oxoacids (Elementary idea only)
Group 16 elementsGeneral Introductions
Electronic configuration
Oxidation states
Occurrence
Trends in physical and chemical properties
Dioxygen- Preparation, properties, and uses
Classification of oxides, pure oxides, and ozone.
Sulphur- Allotropic forms
Compounds of sulphur
Preparation, properties, and uses of sulphur dioxide
Sulphuric acid industrial process of manufaccture properties and uses
 Oxoacids of sulphur (Structure only)
Group 17 elementsGeneral Introduction
Electronic Configuration
Oxidation states
Occurrences
Trends in physical and chemical properties
Compounds of halogens
Preparation and uses of chlorine and hydrochloric acid
Interhalogen compounds
Oxoacids of Halogens (Structure only)
Group 18 elementsGeneral introduction
Electronic configuration
Occurrence
Trends in physical and chemical properties use
d and f Block elementsd- Block elementsGeneral introduction
Electronic configuration
Occurrence and characteristics of transition metals
General trends in properties of the first row- metallic character ionization enthalpy
Oxidation states
Ionic Radii
Colour catalytic properties
Interstitial compounds
Alloy formation preparation and properties (K2, Cr2, O7, and KMnO4)
f- block elementsLanthanoids-
  • Electronic Configuration
  • Oxidation States
    • Chemical Reactivity and lanthanoid contraction and its consequences
Actinoids-
  • Electronic configuration
  • Oxidation state
  • Comparison with lanthanoids
Coordination compounds
Halogen derivatives of alkanes (and arenas)
Coordination compoundsIntroduction
Ligands
Coordination number
Colour
Magnetic properties and shapes
IUPAC nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds, bonding
Werner’s Theory VBT, CFT
Isomerism (Structural and stereo)
Importance of coordination compounds ( In qualitative analysis)
Extraction of metals and biological systems
HaloalkanesNomenclature
Nature of C-X bond
Physical and chemical properties
Mechanism of substitution reactions
stability of carbocations
R-S and d-l configuration
HaloarenesNature of  C-X bond
Substitution reaction (Directive influence of halogen for monosubstituted compounds only)
Stability of carbocations and d-l configurations
uses and environmental effects of-  Dichloromethane, trichloromethane, tetrachloromethane, iodoform, freons, DDT
Alcohols, phenols and ethersalcoholsNomenclature
Methods of preparation
Physical and chemical properties (Primary alcohols only)
Identification of primary, tertiary and secondary alcohols
PhenolsNomenclature
Methods of preparation, physical and chemical properties
Acidic nature of phenol
Electrophilic substitution reaction
Uses of phenols
EthersNomenclature
Methods of preparation
Physical and chemical properties
Uses
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acidsAldehydes and KetonesNomenclature
Nature of carbonyl group
Methods of preparation
Physical and chemical properties
Mechanism and nucleophilic addition
Reactivity of alpha hydrogen in aldehydes and its uses
Carboxylic acidsNomenclature
Acidic Nature
Methods of preparation
Physical and chemical properties
uses
Organic Compounds Containing NitrogenNitro compoundsGeneral Methods of preparation and chemical reactions
AminesNomenclature
Classification, structure, and methods of preparation
 Physical and chemical properties use
Identification of primary
Secondary and tertiary amines
Cyanides and isocyanidesWill be mentioned at relevant places in context
Diazonium SaltsPreparation
Chemical Reaction and importance in synthetic organic chemistry
BiomoleculesCarbohydratesClassification (Aldoses and ketoses)
Monosaccharides
d-l configuration (Glucose and Fructose)
Oligosaccharides (Sucrose, Cellulose, and Maltose)
Polysaccharides (Starch, Cellulose, and Glycogen)
and their importance
ProteinsElementary idea of α- amino acids
Peptide linkage
Polypeptides
Structure of aminesPrimary, secondary tertiary and quaternary structure (Qualitative idea only)
Denaturation of proteins
Lipids and Hormones (Elementary idea excluding structure)Their classification and functions
VitaminsClassification and functions
Nucleic acidsDNA and RNA
PolymersClassification
Natural and synthetic methods of polymerization (addition and consideration)
Copolymerization
Some important polymers-
  • Natural and synthetic (Like polythene, nylon, polyesters, bakelite, and rubber)
  • Biodegradable and non- biodegradable
Chemisry in everyday lifeChemicals in medicinesAnalgesics
Tranquilizers
Antiseptics
Disinfectants
Antimicrobials
Antifertility drugs
Antacids
Antihistamines
Elementary idea of antioxidants
Chemicals in foodPreservatives
Artificial Sweetening agents
Cleansing agentsSoaps and detergents
Cleansing action

Biology

Section NameUnit NameChapter NameTopic Name
Section 1 BotanyGenetics and evolutionGenetics Basis of InheritanceMendelian inheritance
Deviations from Mendelian ratio (Gene interaction- incomplete dominance, co-dominance, multiple alleles and inheritance of blood groups)
Pleiotropy
elementary idea of polygenic inheritance
Gene: Its nature, expression and regulationMordern concept of gene in brief- cristron
Muton and recon
DNA as genetics
Plant PhysiologyPhotosynthesisAutotrophic nutrition
Site of photosynthesis
Photosynthetic pigments and their role
Light-dependent reactions (Photophosphorylation)
Light-independent reactions(C3 and C4 pathways )
Chemiosmotic hypothesis
Photroes piration
Factors affecting photosynthesis
Law of limiting factors
RespirationATP as currency of energy
Mechanism of aerobic (Glycosis TCA Cycle and electron transport system) and anaerobic respiration
Fermentation and exchange of gases
Amphibolic pathway
Respiratory quotient of Nutrients
Significance of Respiration
Reproduction in OrganismsReproduction in PlantsModes Of Reproduction (Asexual and Sexual Reproduction)
Asexual reproduction: Uniparental Modes-vegetative propogation
Micropropagation
Sexual Reproduction- Structure of a flower
Development of a gametophyte
Pollination- Types and Agencies
Outbreeding devices
Pollen Pistil Interaction
Double Fertilization- Process and significance
Post-fertilization changes (Development of endosperm and embryo)
Development of seed and formation of fruit
Special Modes- Apomixis
Parthenocarpy
Polyembryony
The significance of seed and fruit formation
Ecology and EnvironmentOrganisms and Environment-1Habitat and Niche
Ecosystems: Patterns and components
Productivity and decomposition
Energy flow
Pyramids of number
Biomass
Energy
Nutrient cycling (Carbon and Phosphorous)
Ecological Succession
Ecological Services- Carbon Fixation
Pollination
Oxygen release
Environmental issues: agrochemicals and their effects
Solid Waste Managment
Greenhouse effect and global warming
Ozone Depletion
Deforestation (Case study any 2)
ZoologyGenetics and EvolutionOrigin and the evaluation of lifeOrigin of life: Early Earth
Spontaneous assembly of organic compounds
Evolution: Darvin’s Contribution
Modern synthetic theory of evolution
Biological evidencees
Machcnism of evolution gene flow and genetic drift
Hardy- Weinberg principle
Adaptive radiation
Origin and evolution of human beings
Chromosomal Basis of InheritenceThe Chorosomal Theory
Chorosomes
Linkage and crossing over
Sex-linked inheritance (Hemophilia and color blindness )
Sex determination in human beings, birds and honey bee
Mendelian disorders in humans
Thalassemia
Chromosomal Disorders in humans
Down’s Syndrome
Turner’s Syndrome and Klinefelter’s syndrome
Biotechnology and its applicationGenetic Engineering And  genomicsDNA finger printing
Genomics and human genome
Project Biotechnological application in health
Human insulin and vacine production
Gene Theory
Transgenic animals
Biology and human welfareHuman Health and diseasesConcepts of Immunology: Immunity types, Vaccines
Structure of antibody
Antigens- Antibody complex
Antigens on blood cells
Pathogens and Parasites (Amoebiasis, malaria, Filarasis, Ascariasis, Typhoid, Pneumonia, Common cold and ringworm)
Adolescences, Drug and alcohol abuse
Cancer and AIDS
Animal HusbandryManagement of farm and farm animals
Dairy
Poultry
Animal Breeding
Bee- keeping
Fisheries
Sericulture
Lac Culture
Human PhysiologyCirculationBlood Composition and Coagulation
Blood Groups
Structure and pumping action of heart
Blood Vessels
Pulmonary and systematic circulation
Heart Beat and pulse
Rythemicity of heart beat
Cardiac output
Regulation of cardiac activity
Blood-related disorders :
Hypertension
Cotonary artery disease
Agina
Pectoris
Heart failure
ECG
Lymphatic system (Brief Idea)
Compositions of lymph and its functions
Excretion and osmoregulationModes of excretion
Ammonotelism
Ureotelism
Uricotelism
Excretory system
Comoosition and formation of urine
Role of kideney in osmoregulation
Regulation of kideny founction
Renin- angiotensin
Artial Natriuretic factor
ADH and Diabetes inspidus
Role of other organs in excretion
Disorders:
Kidney Failure
Dailysis
Kideny stone (Renal Calculi)
Transplantition
Uraemia
Nephritis
Control and coordinationNervous System
Structure and founctions of brain and spinal cord
Brief idea about PNS and ANS
Transmission of Nerve imforlse
Reflex action
Sensory receptors eye and ear
Sensory perception
General idea of other sense organs
Endocrine System
Endocrine glands
Hormones and their founction
Harmones as messengers and regulators
Harmonal Imbalnce and diseases
Common Disorders (Dwarfism, Acromegaly, Cretinism, Goiter, Exophthalmic goiter, Diabetes, Mellitus, Addison’s Disease)
Reproduction in organismsHuman Reproductionreproductive system in male and female
Histology of testis and ovary
Reproductive Cycle
Production of gametes
Fertilization
Implantation
Embryo development up to three germinal layers
Pregnancy
Placenta
Parturition and lactation (Elementary idea)
Reproductive health and birth control
Contraception and sexually transmitted diseases
MTP
Amniocentesis Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies (IVF, ZIFT, GIFT ( elementary idea for general awareness).
Ecology and environmentOrganisms and Envioronment 2Population and ecological adaptation:
Population interactions- mutualism
Competition
Predation
Parasitism
Population Attributes- Growth birth rate and death rate, age distribution
Biodiversity and its conservation
Biodiversity: Concept Pattern Importance and loss 1
Threats to biodiversity and need for conservation
Hotspots and endangered organisms
Extinction
Red data book
Biosphere reserves
National park and Sanctuaries
Environmental issues:
Air Pollution and its control
Water pollution and its control
Radioactive waste management (Case studies any two)

Maharashtra Board HSC Syllabus 2019 Pdf 

Candidates who are going to appear for March exams, before beginning the exam preparation make sure to be fully aware of Maha HSC Syllabus 2019 changes that have been introduced recently.

Though the board has only changed the major subject’s curriculum so that students could perform better in the entrance exams. Along with the change in major subjects curriculum, the board has also changed the weightage of some of the topics.

Thus before appearing in board exams, make sure to be familiar with the latest pattern Maharashtra Board 12th Syllabus. As per the findings, 20% of the questions are categorized under “Difficult” category in all of the four subjects and around 50% will be in the “average category”.

Maharashtra Board 12th Syllabus 2019 

Moreover, for this session (2019), the difficulty level of the questions may go up, at present the board used to give a lot of options like attempt any three out of the five questions.

Now the options may be less, thus due to the change in the exam pattern students are required to be focused from the beginning.

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Maharashtra Board HSC Syllabus

MSBSHSE HSC New Syllabus 2019 Subjects 

Candidates who are going to appear for Maharashtra Board exam for the upcoming session exams, in order to provide you with the latest pattern Maharashtra 12th Class Syllabus syllabus here we have shared the files.

Subjects
English
Marathi
Gujarati
Hindi
Urdu
English Literature
Hindi
Health & Physical Edu.
Environment Education
General Knowledge
Sanskrit
Political Science
Sociology
Philosophy
Psychology
Economics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
History & Development
Information Tech (Arts)
Information Tech (Commerce)
Information (Science)
Maths & Stats

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