Class 7 Syllabus For Science & Maths CBSE Board

Class 7 Science and Maths Syllabus

The CBSE Class 7 Maths and Science syllabus includes topics that lay down the stepping stones to the senior school education. They also prove to be useful in higher classes and competitive examinations such as JEE, NEET, DU JAT, etc.

Champstreet offers the foundation course based on the syllabus prescribed by CBSE for class 7 Maths and Science. Every chapter has been explained in detail including the topics and concepts included in the NCERT Textbook of class 6 Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths as per the syllabus laid down by CBSE.

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Physics

  1. Heat
    • Temperature
    • Transfer of heat
  2. Motion and time
    • Types of motion
    • Distance and displacement, speed and velocity
    • Measurement of time and speed
  3. Electric current and its effects
    • Symbols of electric components
    • Heating effects of electric current
    • Magnetic effect of electric current
  4. Light
    • Rectilinear propagation of light
    • Reflection of light
    • Plane and spherical mirrors
    • Sunlight
    • Newton's disc
  5. Winds, storms and cyclones

Chemistry

  1. Acids, bases and salts
    • Classification of substances into acidic, basic and neutral
    • Properties of acids, bases and salts
    • Indicators
    • Neutralisation
  2. Physical and chemical changes
    • Properties
    • Rusting of iron
    • Displacement reaction
    • Crystallisation

Biology

  1. Nutrition in plants
    • Autotrophic nutrition
    • Heterotrophic nutrition
    • Symbiosis
    • Replenishment of nutrients in the soil
  2. Nutrition in animals
    • Modes of feeding
    • Nutrition amoeba and human beings
    • Human digestive system
    • Digestion in ruminants
    • Diarrhoea and ORT
  3. Fibre to fabric
    • Classification of fibres
    • Wool
    • Silk
  4. Weather climate and adaptation of animals to different climates.
  5. Soil
    • Soil formation
    • Soil profile
    • Composition and types of soil
    • Properties of soil
    • Soil and crops
    • Soil erosion
  6. Respiration in organisms
    • Aerobic and anaerobic respiration
    • Breathing and breathing rate
    • human respiratory system
    • Mechanism of breathing
    • Respiration in other animals
    • Respiration in plants
  7. Transportation in animals and plants
    • Circulatory system
    • Excretion
    • Transport of substances in plants
    • Transpiration
  8. Reproduction in plants
    • Vegetative propagation
    • Asexual reproduction
    • Sexual reproduction
  9. Water: a precious resource
    • Renewable and non-renewable resources
    • Water scarcity
    • Distribution of water on earth
    • Forms (or states) of water
    • Water Cycle (hydrological cycle)
    • Sources of fresh water
    • Water conservation
  10. Forests: Our lifeline
    • Forest layers
    • Importance of forests
    • Interdependence of plants and animals
    • Producers, consumers and decomposers
    • Deforestation and conservation of forests
  11. Waste-water story
    • Sources of wastewater
    • Sewage and Sewerage
    • Sanitation and disease
    • Alternative methods of Sewage disposal

Maths

  1. Integers:
    • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of Integers
  2. Fractions and rational numbers:
    • Types of Fractions
    • Comparison of Fractions
    • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplicationand Division of Fractions
    • Decimals
    • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplicationand Division of Decimals
  3. Data handling
    • Collection and organisation of data
    • Understanding the data
    • Measures of central tendency
    • Use of Bar graphs
    • Probability
  4. Simple Equations
    • Framing algebraic equation
    • Root of an equation
    • Solving linear equation
    • Application of simple equations
  5. Lines and angles
    • Types of angles
    • Special pair of angles
    • Pairs of lines
  6. The triangle and its properties
    • Types of triangles
    • Medians and altitudes of a triangle
    • Triangle and its property
  7. Congruence of triangles
    • Criteria for congruence of triangles
    • Conditions for congruency of two triangles
  8. Comparing quantities
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • Unitary method
    • Percentage
    • Profit or Loss as a percentage
  9. Rational numbers
    • Equivalent Rational numbers
    • Properties of Rational numbers
    • Comparison of Rational numbers
    • Operation of Rational number
    • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplicationand Division of Rational numbers
  10. Perimeter and Area
    • Triangle as parts of Rectangles
    • Area of Parallelogram
    • Area of Triangle
    • Circle
  11. Algebraic Expressions
    • Terms of an Algebraic expression
    • Factors and coefficients of a term
    • Monomial, Binomial, Trinomial and Polynomial
    • Addition, Subtraction of Algebraicexpressions
    • Finding the value of an expression
    • Using Algebraic expressions - formulas and rules
  12. Exponents and Powers
    • Law of Exponents
    • Standard form of a large number
  13. Symmetry
    • Lines of symmetry for regular polygons
    • Rotational symmetry
    • Line symmetry and Rotational symmetry
  14. Visualising Solid Shapes
    • Plane figures and solid shapes
    • Faces, Edges and Vertices
    • Nets for building 3-d shapes
    • Drawing solids on a flat surface
    • Visualising solid objects

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