CBSE Syllabus 2022-2023 for Class 11th & 12th

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New Delhi: – CBSE has recently released the latest syllabus 2022-2023 for secondary and higher secondary classes. CBSE has also announced that it will discontinue the two-term system which was introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CBSE Syllabus Languages (Group-L)

CBSE Class 11th Curriculum 2022-2023

Bengali (Code: 105)

SectionDetails of TopicsWeightage
(A) ReadingComprehension: Two unseen passages of
100 – 150words each.
·Four direct questions from the given passage.
· The Fifth question should be grammar-based (Sandhi, Antonyms, Sadhu Cha/it, and sentence making)
10
(B) Grammar1. Transformation of Sentences (Simple, Complex, and Compound)
2. Karak& bibhakti
3. Bengali Vocabulary (Tastsama & Tadbhaba)
15
(C) Composition & Writing1. Report Writing (100 – 200 words)
2. Summary Writing from a prose passage of 100 -200 words
10
(D) LiteratureProse:-
1. Dakater Maa by Satinath Bhadhuri
2. Galileo (Essay) Satyendranath Basu
3. Bishal Danawala – Ek Thurthure Buro Gabriel Garcia Markej

Poetry:-
1. Nun by Joy Goswami
2. Barir Kache Arshinagar by Lalon phokir
3. Shikshar Circus by Aaiappa Panikkar

Supplementary Reader:-
1. ‘Guru’ (Chapter 1 & 2) by Rabindranath Tagore
45
(E) ProjectAny one of the following Projects Work is to be undertaken in Class XI and another one will be chosen in Class XII

1. Translation: Students are to translate a story written in English or Hindi or in any Indian language to Bengali within 1000 words.

2. Interview: An interview of any distinguished personality can be taken by the students.

3. Dramatization: Students can transform a story written in any of the Indian languages into drama within 1000 – 2000 words.

4. Survey: students will conduct a survey of their own school or any neighboring school to reveal the facts, history, configuration of the student’s and teachers’ ethnic identities, etc. of the school under survey.

5. Self Composed Story: Students can write a story on any special incident or day they experienced in their life.
10
Listening5
Speaking5
Total100

Hindi Core

Hindi Elective

English Core

Kannada

Malayalam

Odia

Sanskrit Core

Tamil

Telugu Andhra Pradesh

Telugu Telangana

Urdu Elective

CBSE Class 12th Curriculum 2022-2023

Bengali (Code: 105):

SectionsDetails of TopicsWeightage
(A) ReadingComprehension: Two unseen passages of 100-150 words each
1. Multiple Choice Questions from given passage each of 01 mark
2. Fifth question (01 mark) should be grammar-based (Sandhi, Antonyms, Sadhu – Chalit, and sentence making)
10
(B) GrammarPhonology (definition with two examples):
1. Apinihiti
2. Swarasangati    

Rhetoric (No clarification only definition/identification with reason):
1. Anuprash
2. Yamak  

Proverbs and idioms – Meaning and sentence making
(Prescribed book – Prabeshika Bangla Byakaran O Rachana by Dr. Nirmal Kumar Das) (Nabam & Dsham Shreni)
16
(C) Composition and Writing1. Report Reading (Three questions from a given report: News Headline/one direct Question/Focus on the main topic in two sentences)
2. Letter Writing (Friends and Parents only)
10
(D) LiteratureProse:
1. Ke banchay, ke banche by Manik Bandyopadhayay 2. Bharatbarsha by Syed Mustafa Siraj
3. Nana Ranger Din (Drama) by Ajitesh Bandyopadhaya

Poetry:
1. Aami Dekhi by Shakti Chattopadhyaya
2. Krandanrata Jananir Pashe by Mridul Dasgupta
3. Porte Jane Emon Ek Majurer Prashno by Bertolt Brecht (International Poem)

Supplementary Reader: Amar Bangla by Subhash Mukhopadhyay
1. Garo Paharer Niche
2. Chhatir Badole Hati
3. Megher Gaye Jelkhana
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(E) ProjectsAny one of the following Projects Work is to be undertaken in class XI and another one will be chosen in class XII
1. Translation: Students are to translate a story written in English or Hindi or in any Indian language to Bengali within 1000 words.

2. Interview: An interview or any distinguished personality can be taken by the students.

3. Dramatization: Students can transform a story written in any of the Indian languages into Drama within 1000- 2000 words

4. Survey: Students will conduct a survey or their
own school or on any neighboring school to
reveal the facts, history, and configuration of the
students and teacher’s ethnic identities etc. of the
school under survey.

5. Self-composed Story: Students can write a story on any special incident or day they experienced in their life
10
Listening5
Speaking5
Total100

Hindi Core

Hindi Elective

English Core

Kannada

Malayalam

Odia

Sanskrit Core

Tamil

Telugu Andhra Pradesh

Telugu Telangana

Urdu Elective

Arts/Humanities

  1. Carnatic Melodic
  2. Carnatic Vocal
  3. Carnatic Percussion
  4. Fine Arts
  5. Dance
  6. Geography
  7. Hindustani Melodic
  8. Hindustani Percussion
  9. Hindustani Vocal
  10. History
  11. Home Science
  12. Knowledge Tradition – Practice India
  13. Legal Studies
  14. Political Science
  15. Psychology
  16. Sociology

Commerce

  1. Accountancy
  2. Business Studies
  3. Economics
  4. Entrepreneurship

Science

  1. Biology
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Chemistry
  4. Computer Science
  5. Engineering Graphics
  6. Infomatics Practices
  7. Mathematics
  8. Applied Mathematics
  9. Physical Education
  10. Physics

Other Subjects

  1. NCC

Subject of Internal Assessment

  1. Health and Physical Education
  2. Work Experience
  3. General Studies

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