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MP Board Class 12th Chemistry Syllabus 2018-19 and Unit-wise marks

Sep 10, 2018 18:21 IST
    MP Board Class 12 Chemistry Syllabus
    MP Board Class 12 Chemistry Syllabus

    The syllabus for Class 12th Chemistry subject of Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is available here along with marks allotment for each unit of the syllabus. The theory paper of MP Board Class 12 Chemistry carries 75 marks and the practical paper/viva is allotted 25 marks from the total marks for the subject. The students in MP Board Class 12th science stream have to study Chemistry as one of the compulsory subjects. The Class 12th of MP Board science stream scheme of studies includes subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, one language subject English or Hindi and any one from Biology, Higher Mathematics, Agriculture, Forestry, and Geology. Check below the complete syllabus for MP Board Class 12th Chemistry subject as mentioned below –

    Examination Scheme of MP Board Class 12 Chemistry–

    Paper – One

    Paper duration – 3 hours

    Marks for theory paper – 75 marks

    Marks for Internal exams (semester exam) – 25 marks

    Total marks for the subject – 100 marks

    Class 12th Board Passing Criteria – 33% marks in theory paper as well as practical/viva separately

    MP Board Class 12th Chemistry detailed syllabus –

    Unit 1: Atomic Structure and Chemicals:

    the unit carries 02 marks weightage in the syllabus and includes topics such as proton and neutron; atomic number, isotopes and isobars, Thompson’s model, and its limitations, Rutherford’s model and its limitations, Bohr’s model and its limitations, electronic configuration of atoms.

    Unit 2: Solid State:

    The unit carries 02 marks for topics such as types of solid states, defects/limitations of solids.

    Unit 3: Solvents:

    The unit carries 07 marks for topics under solvents such as definition, types, laws and experiments.  

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    Unit 4: Chemical Thermodynamics:

    The unit carries 07 marks for laws and theories around thermodynamics in chemistry.

    Unit 5: Electrical Chemistry:

    The unit carries 04 marks from the syllabus for MP Board Class 12th Chemistry.

    Unit 6: Chemical complexity:

    The unit carries 04 marks for topics such as chemical reactions, reactants, experiments etc.

    Unit 7: Nuclear Chemicals:

    The unit carries five marks for topics such as radioactive elements, reactions of artificial products, dissolution etc.

    Unit 8: Surface Chemistry:

    The unit carries 05 marks from the syllabus.

    Unit 9: Chemical of representative elements:

    The unit carries 09 marks and includes topics such as p-block, s-block elements etc.

    Unit 10: Transition metals and lanthanide:

    The unit carries 08 marks.

    Unit 11: Subcontinent Chemicals and Carbonate:

    The unit carries 04 marks and includes detailed topics on carbonate, salts, processing of carbonates etc.

    Unit 12: Functional groups based Carbonic reactions:

    The unit carries 10 marks for topics under carbonic reactions based on functional groups.

    Unit 13: Natural and Synthesized Polymers:

    The unit carries 04 marks

    Unit 14: Chemistry in daily life:

    The unit carries 02 marks for the detailed topics on chemistry in regular life.  

    Click Here to Download the complete syllabus for MP Board Class 12th Chemistry

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