TN 10th Quarterly Exam Time Table 2019 Tamil Nadu SSLC Common Quarterly Exam Dates

TN 10th Quarterly Exam Time Table 2019: Tamil Nadu Class 10/Tenth/X/SSLC Common Quarterly Exam Time Table 2019 – 2020 is released now by Tamilnadu Directorate of Government Examinations. Now, 2019 – 2020 10th Public Exam Students can check their Tamil Nadu Class 10 Common Quarterly Exam Scheduled for all subjects. Along with the exam date, verify TN SSLC Quarterly Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Previous Papers, Model Papers, Old Papers and related preparation materials in below page.


TN 10th Quarterly Exam Time Table

TN 10th Quarterly Exam Time Table 2019

In every year, the Tamil Nadu State Education Department has conducted the quarterly examination for all classes as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th public examination. so, we are created and show to students about the Tamil Nadu SSLC Quarterly Examination in below page. Check the Tamil Nadu 10th Quarterly exam dates for English, Tamil, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and other Language subjects in below page.

Check Complete TN SSLC/10th Time Table for Quarterly Examination 2019

TIME= 2  ½ Hours



Duration : 10:00 AM to 10:10 AM – Reading the Question Paper

10:10 AM to 10:15 AM – Filing up particulars in the answer sheet


10:15 AM to 12:45 PM- Duration of Examination

Half Year Time Table: Tamil Nadu 10th/SSLC Half Yearly Exam Time Table 2019 December Check Here

2020 Public Exam Time Table: Tamil Nadu 10th / SSLC Public Exam Time Table 2020 Check Here

TN SSLC Syllabus and Exam Pattern – Subject Wise

X Class Science Syllabus 2019

1. Heredity and Evolution












1.1 Heredity
1.2 Variations
1.3 Evolution
1.4 Speciation
1.5 Human evolution
1.6 Evolution tree
1.7 Genetic engineering
1.8 Biotechnology and cloning
1.9 Stem cell-Organ culture
1.10 Microbial production.
1.11 Biosensor – Biochips
1.12 Science today – Gene Therapy
2: Immune System








2.1 Health and its significance
2.2 Diseases and causes
2.3 Diseases caused by microbes and prevention
2.4 Modes of transmission
2.5 Immunization
2.6 Treatment and prevention
2.7 Biotechnology in Medicine
2.8 HIV and Prevention
3: Structure & Function of the Human Body – Organ System




3.1 Nervous system
3.2 Endocrine system
3.3 Cell division – Stages of Meiosis
3.4 Heredity
4: Reproduction in Plants




4.1 Modes of reproduction – vegetative, asexual and sexual reproduction in plants
4.2 Pollination
4.3 Fertilization
4.4 Fruits and seeds
5: A Representative Study of Mammals Morphology









5.1 Habitats
5.2 Adaptations
5.3 Basic Physiological Functions.
5.4 Circulatory system in man.
5.5 Excretory system in man.
5.6 Relationship of structure to functions
5.7 Animal Behaviour
5.8.1 Behaviour (social, reproductive, parental care)
5.8.2 Some case studies from researchers(animals behavior)
6: Life Processes









6.1 Definition
6.2 Types of nutrition and the human digestive system
6.3 Respiration
6.4 Transportation in plants-water and minerals and animals – blood circulation
6.5 Excretion in plants and animals
6.6 Nervous system
6.7 Coordination in plants
6.8 Movement due to growth
6.9 Hormones in animals
7: Conservation of Environment






7.1 Biodegradegradable non-biodegradable wastes
7.2 Water management
7.3 Wildlife sanctuaries
7.4 Balance in Ecosystem
7.5 Coal and petroleum
7.6 Green chemistry
8: Waste Water Management











8.1 Journey of water
8.2 Sewage
8.3 Treatment
8.4 Domestic practices
8.5 Sanitation and diseases
8.6 Alternate arrangement for sewage disposal
8.7 Sanitation in public places
8.8 Energy Management
8.8.1 Energy audit (home, school)
8.8.2 Renewable sources (solar, hydrogen, wind)
8.8.3 Non–renewable sources—(coal, petroleum, natural gas)
9 Solutions





9.1 Solute and Solvent
9.2 Types of Solutions
9.3 Solubility
9.4 Factors Affecting Solubility
9.5 Problems
10: Atoms and Molecules










10.1 Modern atomic theory
10.2 Avogadro Hypothesis
10.2.1 Atomicity
10.2.2 Relation between vapor density and molecular mass of agas
10.3 Difference between Atom and Molecules
10.4 Relative Atomic Mass
10.5. Relative Molecular mass
10.6 Mole Concepts
10.6.1 Mole-Definition
10.6.2 Problems based on mole concept
11: Chemical Reactions

















11.1 Types of chemical reactions
11.2 Rate of the chemical reaction
11.2.1 Factors influencing the rate of the chemical reaction
11.3 Acids
11.3.1 Classification of acids
11.3.2 Chemical properties of acids
11.4 Bases
11.4.1 Classification of bases
11.4.2 Chemical properties of bases
11.4.3 uses of bases
11.5 Identification of acids and bases
11.6 pH scale
11.6.1 pH paper
11.6.2 Importance of pH in everyday life.
11.7 Salts
11.7.1 Classification of salts
11.7.2 Uses of salts
12: Periodic Classification of Elements
















12.1 Modern periodic law
12.2 Modern periodic table
12.3 Characteristics of the modern periodic table
12.4 Metallurgy
12.4.1 Introduction
12.4.2 Terminologies in metallurgy
12.4.3 Differences between Minerals and Ores
12.5 Occurrence of metals
12.6 Metallurgy of Al, Cu, and Fe
12.6.1 Metallurgy of Aluminium
12.6.2 Metallurgy of Copper 12.6.3 Metallurgy of iron
12.7 Alloys
12.7.1 Methods of making alloys
12.7.2 Copper Aluminium and Iron alloys
12.8 Corrosion
12.8.1 Method s of preventing corrosion

TN SSLC Syllabus for History  2019 

Unit 1 The rise of Imperialism Factors-forms-methods conquest of India, China.
and its effects
Unit 2 First world war-causes, Course-Effects. League of Nations and its failure.
Unit 3 The world between the world wars – Economic depression – Rise of Fascism and Nazism.
Unit 4 Second world war-Causes- Course- Effect UNO and its achievements.
Unit 5 The great revolt of 1857-Social, religious reform movements–Cause for the rise of national movements-Pre-Gandhian Era and Gandhian Era.
Unit 6 The social religious reform movement in the 19th century Raja Rammohan RaiAnne Besant-Dayananda Saraswathi Swamy Vivekanandha-Ramalinga Adigalar.
Unit 7 Causes for the rise of Nation Movements-Pre-Gandhian EraGandhian Era-Role of Tamilnadu in Freedom struggle
Unit 8 Social Transformation in Tamilnadu


TN SSLC Syllabus of Geography 2019 

Unit 1





  • Administrative Divisions
  • India – Physiography
  • Drainage
  • Climate
Unit 2




National Resources 
  • Soil
  • National vegetation
  • Minerals
Unit 3



Agriculture and Industry 
  • Agriculture – types and distribution
  • Industries- Location factorsAgro and Mineral based Industries-some important
Unit 4 Environmental issues
Unit 5









Trade, Transport, and communication 
  • India’s internal and international trade
  • Land transport-roadways and railways
  • water transport and air transport
  • personal and mass communication
  • Remote sensing
  • Remote sensing-meaning and types
  • India’s remote sensing programs
  • Geographic information system and global positioning system – their advantages and uses


TN SSLC Syllabus Economics 2019

Unit 1


  • National Income
  • Basic Concepts- Methods of Calculating national IncomeNeed for the study of National Income-Role of Government in Economic development
Unit 2


  • Indian Economy after Independence
  • Objectives of Five years plan Eleventh Five-year planAgricultural Development – Economic Reforms of 1991- Science and Technology-Tele Communication and Information TechnologyEducational Achievement – Socio-Economic development in Tamilnadu


TN SSLC Syllabus Mathematics 

I. Theory of Sets





i. Introduction
ii. Properties of operations on sets
iii. De Morgan’s law verification using example Venn diagram
iv. The formula for n A B C ( ) È È
v. Functions
II. Sequences and Series of Real Numbers





i. Introduction
ii. Sequences
iii. Arithmetic Progression (A.P)
iv. Geometric Progression (G.P)
v. Series
III. Algebra







i. Solving linear equations
ii. Polynomials
iii. Synthetic division
iv. Greatest common divisor (GCD) and Least common multiple (LCM)
v. Rational expressions
vi. Square root
vii. Quadratic Equations
IV. Matrices





i. Introduction
ii. Types of matrices
iii. Addition and subtraction
iv. Multiplication
v. Matrix equation
V. Coordinate Geometry





i. Introduction
ii. Revision : The distance between two points
iii. Section formula, Midpoint formula, Centroid formula
iv. Area of a triangle and quadrilateral
v. Straight line
VI. Trigonometry



i. Introduction
ii. Identities
iii. Heights and distances
VII. Geometry





i. Basic proportionality theorem (with proof)
ii. The converse of Basic proportionality theorem (with proof)
iii. Angle bisector theorem (with proof)
iv. The converse of Angle bisector theorem (with proof)
v. Similar triangles
VIII. Measurements



i. Introduction
ii. Surface Area and Volume of Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Hemisphere, Frustum
iii. Surface area and volume of combined figures iv. Invariant volume


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