UP Board Syllabus 2015 Download Class 10th/12th Exam Syllabus Details PDF

By | November 8, 2014

UP Board Syllabus 2015

Dear candidates who are going to participate in the upcoming exam and looking for UP Board Syllabus 2015 are at accurate place. Contenders can Download Class 10th/12th Exam Syllabus in the pdf format.

Welcome on to this page of where we are providing UP Board Syllabus for class 12th & 10th syllabus 2014. Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad has planned to update the syllabus for high school & intermediate classes.

In the past, the students had to give two exams in each subject and three in Maths. Total numbers of papers were 12. According to the new syllabus students will have to give just one exam for each subject.

Class 10th/12th Exam Syllabus

  • Contenders should prepare well for their exam and take help from previous year question paper and Internet.
  • Students who are going to appear in UP Board Exam this year they must be aware with the new syllabus of Board exam. So here in the below stated section we are providing you UP Board syllabus of class 10th & 12th 2014.

English syllabus for the UP Board intermediate level 

English Prose

  • Two questions need to be attempted among three short answers type questions (4 marks)
  • One explanation among three different passages (4 marks)
  • Comprehension questions need to be attempted among two passages (4 marks)
  • Use of words (2 marks)
  • One needs to be attempted among two long answer type questions (6 marks)


  • Combining of sentences (2 marks)
  • Correction of sentences (2 marks)
  • Transformation of sentences (2 marks)
  • Direct and indirect narration (2 marks)


  • Antonyms of two words- (1 mark)
  • Synonyms of two words- (1 mark)
  • Substitution of word ( two groups)- (1 marks)
  • Homophones-(1 marks)


  • Transalate from English to Hindi- (5 marks)
  • Translate from Hindi to English- (10 marks)


  • One essay for 250 words among 4-5 different topics (10 marks)
  • Application Writing or Letter Writing (5 marks)

Maths syllabus for the UP Board intermediate level

  • Relations and Functions
  • Algebra
  • Calculus
  • Vectors and Three – Dimensional Geometry
  • Linear Programming
  • Probability

Physics syllabus for the UP Board intermediate level

  • Unit I: Electrostatics
  • Unit II: Current Electricity
  • Unit III: Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
  • Unit IV: Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
  • Unit V: Electromagnetic Waves
  • Unit VI: Optics
  • Unit VII: Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
  • Unit VIII: Atoms and Nuclei
  • Unit IX: Electronic Devices
  • Unit X: Communication Systems

Chemistry syllabus for the UP Board intermediate level

Chemical Equilibrium

Reversible reaction, Active mass, Chemical equilibrium, Law of mass action, Application of law of mass action on different equilibria, Equilibrium Constant and its characteristics, Relation between Kp and Kc, Factors affecting equilibrium constant, Le-Chetelier’s principle.

Chemical Kinetics

Rate of reaction, Collision Theory, Activation energy, Rate constant, Factors affecting rate constant, Temperature coefficient, Molecurity of reaction, order of reaction, Types of Order of Reaction-Zero, First, Pseudo-monomolecural reaction,  reaction constant for first order reaction, Half life for first order reaction, Related Numericals.

Ionic Equilibrium

Electrolytes (Strong and weak), Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation, Ostwald’s dilution law, Ionic Product of Water, Theory of Acids and bases(Arrhenius theory, Lewis concept, Bronsted and Lawry concept), Salts and their types, PH Value, Common Ion Effect, Solubility product, Applications of Common ion effect and solubility product, Salt hydrolysis, Buffer Solution(Acidic and Basic Buffer,), working of buffer solution Indicators- definition, characteristics, PH-Range, working of Phenolphthalein and methyl Orange-Ostwald’s theory and Quinoid Theory.

Dilute Solution

CONCENTRATION OF SOLUTION- g/l, %, Molarity, Molality, Normality and molar fraction, COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES- Osmotic Pressure- semipermeable membrane, Osmosis, exo-osmosis, endosmosis, Osmotic pressure, Berkeley-Hartley method, Lowering of Vapour Pressure, Elevation of Boiling Point, Depression of Freezing point, Vont Hoff’s Factor.


Definition, Characteristics, Types- positive, negative, auto and induces catalysis, Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, Catalytic promoter and catalytic poison, Theory of Catalysis- Intermediate compound theory and Adsorption theory.

Distribution Law

Definition, Limitations, Nernst’s equation.

Colloidal State

Types of solution- True solution, Colloidal solution, suspension, Definition of  Colloidal solution, characteristics of Colloidal solution, Types of Colloidal solution – Lyophilic and Lyophobic, Preparation of Colloidal solutions- dispersion methods(Colloidal mill, Bredig arc, Peptization), Condensation method, chemical methods(double decomposition,Hydrolysis, Oxidation, Reduction), Purification of Colloidal solution(simple and electro-Dialysis, Ultrafiltration), Properties of colloidal solution-Nature, Diffusibility, Effect of gravity, Surface tension, Visibility, Optical Properties(Tyndall effect), Kinetic Property(Brownian movement), Electrophoresis, Coagulation, Flocculation value, Proection and protective colloids, Gold Number, Application of Colloidal solution.

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry

System(open, closed and isolated), Boundary, surroundins, Thermodynamic Processes(Isothermal, Adiabatic, Isochoric, Isobaric, Cyclic), Internal Energy, Enthalpy, First Law of thermodynamics, Applications of First law of dynamics, Heat of Reaction, Heat of Formation, Heat of combustion, Heat of Neutralization, Hess’s law of constant heat summation and it’s applications.


Purification of Organic Compounds

Crystallization, Sublimation, Distillation(simple, fractional, vacuum, steam distillation), chromatography.

Estimation of Organic compounds

Liebig’s method(C,H), Carius method(Cl,Br,I), Peria and schiff’s method(S,P), Duma and Kjeldahl”s method(N).

Determination of Empirical, Molecular and Structural formulae of Organic compounds

Classification and nomenclature of Organic Compounds


Structural Isomerism(chain, position, metamerism,functional, tautomerism, ring-chain isomerism), Stereo-Isomerism(Geometrical, Optical)

Mechanism of Organic reactions


General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Alkanes, Methane, Ethane(Only reactions for the purpose of what happens when and conversions)


Composition of petroleum, Purification of Petrol, Cracking, Synthetic Petrol(Fischer and Tropsch method, Bergius method, I.C.I method), Knocking, Ant-knocking agent, Octane Number, Flash Point, Petrochemicals .

Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes

General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Alkyl halides, Lab/Industrial Methods of C2H5Br and CHCl3 and their physical and chemical properties.


General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Alcohols, Lab/Industrial Methods of CH3OH, C2H5OH and Glycerol and their physical and chemical properties.


General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Ethers, Lab/Industrial Methods of C2H5OC2H5 and it’s physical and chemical properties.

Aldehydes and Ketones

General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Aldehydes and Ketones, Lab/Industrial Methods of HCHO, CH3CHO and CH3COCH3 and their physical and chemical properties.

Carboxylic Acid

General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Carboxylic acids, Lab/Industrial Methods of HCOOH and CH3COOH and their physical and chemical properties.

Derivatives of Monocarboxylic acid


Oils,Fats, Soaps and Waxes


Alkyl Amine

General methods of preparation and general physical and chemical properties of Primary amines, Lab/Industrial Methods of C2H5NH2 and It’s physical and chemical properties.


Glucose and Fructose (reactions)


Balanced Diet, Vitamins,


Lab/Industrial Methods of Preparation and  physical and chemical properties of Followings-

Benzene, Toluene, Chlorobenzene, Phenol, Benzaldehyde, Benzoic Acid, Nitrobenzene, Aniline.


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