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ICSE Class 10th Subjects:

A student must take a group of subjects to write the 10th ICSE 2024 exam. The total number of subjects in Class 10 is seven, and the combination consists of compulsory and optional subjects.
  1. Group I English, Second Language, Geography and History-Civics as compulsory subjects.
  2. Group II – Choose any two subjects from Science, Mathematics, Economics, Commercial Studies, etc.
  3. Group III – Choose any one subject from Home Science, Fashion Designing, Computer Applications, etc.
Students can prepare better if they are familiar with the syllabus, which will help them understand the question pattern more easily.
All subjects are vital. As a result, if students want to get good grades, they must be familiar with the curriculum.


Paper I: English Language

Q1: Write a composition of about 300– 350 words from a choice of subjects

Q2: Letter writing

Q3: Write about a specific situation:

A notice-based text on a given direction

Write an email on the given topic

Q4: Unseen prose passage

Q5: Functional grammar

Paper II: Literature in English

Drama and Prose

  1. The Merchant of Venice (Act III, Act IV and Act V only)
  2. Treasure Trove – A collection of ICSE Poem and Short Stories)


  1. I know why the Caged Bird Sings – Maya Angelou
  2. The Patriot – Robert Browning
  3. Abu Ben Adhem – Leigh Hunt
  4. Nine Gold Medals – David Roth

Prose (Short Stories)

  1. The Little Match Girl – Hans Christian Andersen
  2. The Blue Bead – Norah Burke
  3. My Greatest Olympic Prize – Jesse Owens
  4. All Summer in a Day – Ray Douglas Bradbury

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Second Language

Indian Language

Ao-Naga, Assamese, Bengali, Dzongkha, Garo, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Khasi, Lepcha, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Mizo, Nepali, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Tangkhul, Telugu, Urdu or any other language of an Indian community approved by the Council.

Modern Foreign Language




History, Civics & Geography

Section A: Civics

The Union Legislature

  1. Lok Sabha
  2. Rajya Sabha

The Union Executive

  1. The President
  2. The Vice-President
  3. Prime Minister and Council of Ministers

The Judiciary

  1. The Supreme Court
  2. The High Courts
  3. Subordinate Courts

Section B: History

The Indian National Movement (1857 – 1917)

  1. The First War of Independence, 1857
  2. Factors leading to the growth of Nationalism – socio-religious reform movements and the role of the press
  3. First Phase of the Indian National Movement (1885-1907)
  4. Second Phase of the Indian National Movement (1905-1916)

Mass Phase of the National Movement (1915-1947)

  1. Mahatma Gandhi – Non-Cooperation Movement
  2. Khilafat Movement, Rowlatt Act, Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy
  3. Programme and suspension – Chauri Chaura incident and impact of the Movement
  4. The Civil Disobedience Movement
  5. Reaction to the Simon Commission, Declaration of Poorna Swaraj at the Lahore Session of 1929
  6. Dandi March
  7. Programme and impact of the Movement
  8. Gandhi-Irwin Pact and the Second Round Table Conference
  9. The Quit India Movement
  10. Quit India Resolution and
  11. The significance of the Movement
  12. Forward Bloc (objectives) and INA (objectives and contribution of Subhas Chandra Bose)
  13. Independence and Partition of India – Mountbatten Plan (clauses and its acceptance) and the Indian Independence Act of 1947 (clauses only)

The Contemporary World

  1. The First World War
  2. Rise of Dictatorships
  3. The Second World War
  4. United Nations
  5. The objectives of the U.N
  6. Major agencies of the United Nations: UNICEF, WHO and UNESCO – any four functions only
  7. Non-Aligned Movement

Section C: Geography

Part I: Map Work

Interpretation of Topographical Maps

  1. Locating features with the help of a four-figure grid reference.
  2. Definition of contour and contour interval. Identification of landforms marked by contours (steep slope and gentle slope), triangulated height, spot height and benchmark.
  3. Interpretation of colour tints used on a topographical survey of India map.
  4. Identification and definition of types of scale given on the map.
  5. Measuring direct distance and calculating area using the scale given therein.
  6. Marking directions between different locations using eight cardinal points.
  7. Identify Sites of prominent villages and/or towns, types of occupation and means of communication with the help of the index given at the bottom of the sheet.
  8. Identification of drainage patterns (Dendritic, Trellis, Radial, and Disappearing) and settlement patterns (Scattered and Compact).
  9. Identification of direction of flow left bank and right bank of a river.
  10. Identification of natural and man-made features.
  11. Meaning of important terms- Relative height/depth, broken ground, surveyed tree, fireline, causeway, aqueduct and digging

Map of India

  1. Mountains, Peaks and Plateaus
  2. Plains
  3. Desert
  4. Rivers
  5. Water Bodies
  6. Pass
  7. Longitude
  8. Direction of Winds
  9. Distribution of Minerals
  10. Soil Distribution
  11. Cities
  12. Population

Part II: Geography of India

  1. Location, Extent and Physical features
  2. Climate
  3. Soil Resources
  4. Natural Vegetation
  5. Water Resources
  6. Mineral and Energy Resources
  7. Agriculture
  8. Manufacturing Industries
  9. Transport
  10. Waste Management

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Science Paper I: Physics

  1. Force, Work, Power and Energy
  2. Light
  3. Sound
  4. Electricity and Magnetism
  5. Heat
  6. Modern Physics

Science Paper II: Chemistry

  1. Periodic Properties and variations of Properties
  2. Chemical Bonding
  3. Study of Acids, Bases and Salts
  4. Analytical Chemistry
  5. Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
  6. Electrolysis
  7. Metallurgy
  8. Study of Compounds
  9. Hydrogen Chloride
  10. Ammonia
  11. Nitric Acid
  12. Sulphuric Acid
  13. Organic Chemistry

Science Paper – III: Biology

  1. Basic Biology
  2. Plant Physiology
  3. Human Anatomy and Physiology
  1. Commercial Mathematics
  2. Algebra
  3. Geometry
  4. Mensuration
  5. Trigonometry
  6. Statistics
  7. Probability
  1. The Productive Mechanism
  2. Theory of Demand and Supply
  3. Market
  4. Banking in India
  5. Inflation
  6. Consumer Awareness
Commercial Studies
  1. Stakeholders in Commercial Organizations
  2. Marketing and Sales
  3. Finance and Accounting
  4. Human Resources
  5. Logistics
  6. Banking
Computer Application
  1. Revision of Class IX Syllabus
  2. Introduction to Object Oriented Programming concepts
  3. Elementary Concept of Objects and Classes
  4. Values and Data types
  5. Operators in Java
  6. Input in Java
  7. Mathematical Library Methods
  8. Conditional constructs in Java
  9. Iterative constructs in Java
  10. Class as the Basis of all Computation
  11. User-defined Methods
  12. Constructors
  13. Library classes
  14. Encapsulation
  15. Arrays
  16. String handling

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