Short and Reduced Syllabus SSC-I & SSC-II 2021 Exams FBISE

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Reduced Syllabus


Examination 2021 under FBISE

National Curriculum Council

Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training



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9 Urdu 1
English 2-3
Mathematics (Science Group) 4-5
General Mathematics 6-7
Islamiyat 8-9
Pakistan Studies 10
Physics 11-12
Chemistry 13-14
Biology 15-16
Computer Science 17
General Science 18
10 Urdu 19-20
English 21-22
Mathematics (Science Group) 23
General Mathematics 24-25
Islamiyat 26-27
Pakistan Studies 28
Physics 29-31
Chemistry 32-34
Biology 35-37
Computer Science 38
General Science 39








Unit #  Title Contents /Exercises to be covered
1 The Saviour of Mankind ·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-B)

·      Grammar (Adjective, Conditional Type-I) Exercise A, B, C &D.

Homework: Vocabulary & Glossary (Exercise –A & B)

2 Patriotism ·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-A)

·      Grammar Modal Verbs (Exercise –A & B)

·      Punctuation Exercise -C

Homework: Vocabulary & Glossary (Exercise –A), Writing Skills (Exercise-E)

4 HazratAsma (RA) ·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-C)

·      Grammar (Abstract Noun, Exercise-B& preposition of time, Exercise-E & F)

·      Punctuation (Exercise –G)

Homework:  Glossary

5 Daffodils ·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-A)

·      Theme /Central idea of the Poem

·      Figures of Speech (simile, metaphor, personification & imagery) Exercise-A, B, C

·      Grammar (Collective Noun, exercise-A & Conjunctions, Exercise-D)

Homework: Paraphrasing of poem

6 The Quaid’s Vision and Pakistan ·      Vocabulary & Glossary (Exercise A, B, C, D)

·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-A)

·      Grammar (Adverb, Infinitive, Gerund & Conditional III) Exercises A, B, C, D& E

7 Sultan Ahmed Mosque ·      Vocabulary (Exercise A, B, C & D)

·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-A)

·      Grammar: Position of Adverbs, Degrees of Comparison (Exercise A, B & C)

·      Use of “Since & For” (Exercise D) page-80

12 Three Days to See ·      Vocabulary (Exercise A, B &C)

·      Reading Comprehension (Exercise-A)

·      Grammar (Conditional Type-II, Kind of sentences) Exercise A, B, C

·      Identification Simple, Compound & Complex sentences (Exercise-D & E)

·      Homework: Writing Skills Exercise-A






  1. All parts of speech (types & subtypes)
  2. Types of phrases, clauses & sentences (Identification only)
  • Conditional Sentences
  1. Verbals (Gerund, Participles & Infinitive)
  2. Active Voice & Passive Voice (Exercises page# 169-170 from English Grammar and Composition 9-10, PTB, Lahore, 1st Edition March, 2020)
  3. Tenses, Translation Exercises, Present Tenses (page 74 to 87), Past Tenses (pages-95 to 108) Future Tenses (Pages117-131), & Correction Exercises pages # 164-168(from English Grammar and Composition, PTB, Lahore,1st Edition March, 2020)
  • Informal Letters (from English Grammar and Composition 9-10, PTB, Lahore,1st Edition March, 2020)
  1. Write a letter to your brother about the importance of science subjects
  2. Write a letter to your father asking him about the health of your mother.
  3. Write a letter to your friend condoling the death of his mother.
  4. Write a letter to your sister congratulating her on her success in the exam.
  • Punctuation exercises from English Text Book (class 9th), PTB, Lahore (Unit # 2, page-19 Exercise-(c) & Unit # 4 Page # 43 Exercise-(g).
  1. Paragraph writing (a. A Visit to a Museum, b. Fashion, c. An Industrial Exhibition, d. How to keep our town clean?)(English Grammar and Composition 9-10, PTB, Lahore,1st Edition March, 2020)
  2. Dialogue Writing (a. between teacher and student, b. between two students regarding salat, c. between a tailor and a customer) (English Grammar and Composition 9-10, PTB, Lahore,1st Edition March, 2020)


  1. Unit No. 3, 8,9, 10 &11 are entirely excluded.
  2. All Review Exercises (I, II & III) in the English Text Book are entirely excluded.
  3. The overall pattern and weightage of annual paper will remain the same, however, both objective and subjective paper will be from the reduced /selected contents.
  4. All grammar based content is supposed to be taken from the prescribed /recommended grammar book (English Grammar and Composition, PTB, Lahore,1st Edition March, 2020)





(Science Group)



EX# 1.1; Q3                            EX#1.2; Q6 (i)                        EX# 1.3: Q6, Q7

EX# 1.4: Q6                            EX# 1.5; Q6                            EX# 1.6; Q1



EX#2.1; Q6                                                     EX#2.3; Q1 (i), Q2 (i), Q3 (ii)

EX# 2.4; Q1 (i, iv), Q2, Q3 (i)                        EX# 2.5; Q1 (i, iv), Q2 (ii, iv), Q3 (iii, v), Q4

EX# 2.6; Q4 (iii, iv, v), Q6 (ii, iii, iv, vi), Q7



EX#3.2; Q4, Q5, Q6; Laws of logarithms      Ex# 3.3; Q4 (i, ii)

EX# 3.4; Q1 (iii, iv, viii)



EX# 4.1; Q4 (b), Q5(i, iii, v), Q6(ii)               EX# 4.2; Q1 (i), Q4, Q6, Q8

EX# 4.3; Q1(ii), Q2(ii), Q3(iii), Q4(iii, v)       EX# 4.4; Q1 (iv, vi), Q3 (iii), Q5 (i,ii)



EX# 5.1; Q1 (ii, v, vi), Q3 (ii, iv), Q4 (iv), Q5 (ii, v, vi)

Ex# 5.2; Q1 (iii, v), Q2 (i, vi); Q3 (iv, v), Q4 (iii, v) Q5 (ii, iv); Q6 (i, iv)

EX# 5.3; Q1 (i, iv, v), Q4, Q5                                    EX# 5.4; Q2, Q8



EX#6.1; Q2 (ii, iii), Q3 (i, ii), Q5 (i, ii), Q7, Q8

EX# 6.2; Q1, Q5, Q9, Q11, Q13                    EX# 6.3; Q1 (i, viii), Q2 (ii, v), Q4 (ii), Q5



EX#7.1; Q1 (i, v, viii, x), Q2 (v,vii)                EX# 7.2; Q2 (v, vii, viii)

Ex# 7.3; Q1 (ii, v), Q2 (ii, v, viii)



EX# 8.1; Q3, Q4, Q5                                      EX# 8.3; Q1, Q4, Q5



EX#9.1; Q1 (a,c,e); Q2                                   EX# 9.2; Q1 Q3; Q6; Q9; Q10

EX#9.3; Q1 (b, d, f), Q2, Q3, Q6



Review EX# 10; Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5



Review EX #11; Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6; Theorem 11.1.2



Theorems; 12.1; 12.1.4



Theorem #13.1.1


Review EX#14; Q2; Q3; Q4; Q5



Theorem 15.1.1; Q1 (i, iv); Q3; Q8; Review#15 Q1 (v, vi)



Review EX #16; Q2



EX# 17.1; Q1(ii, iv, vii), Q2(iii)                      EX# 17.2; Q1 (ii), Q2 (ii); Q3 (i), Q4 (i)



  • All Class work will be given for revision as H.W.
  • The MCQ’s Portion of the annual paper will be taken from MCQ’s exercise at the end of the chapters: so MCQ’s will be done in class by class teacher.






UNIT-1 Percentage and Ratios


EXERCISE 1.1, Q# 1 (iii, x, xii), Q2 (iv, vii), Q3 (vi, x, xii), Q4 (vi, vii, viii, xii)


EXERCISE 1.2, Q# 1, 9

EXERCISE 1.3, Q# 1, 2 (viii, ix)

Exercise 1.4 Q1, 6

Exercise 1.5 Q1, 3, 11



EXERCISE 1.1, Q# 1 (iv, v, vi), Q2 (xi, xii), Q3 (I, vii, ix, xi), Q4 (i to v)


EXERCISE 1.2, Q# 2, 3, 7

EXERCISE 1.3, Q# 2 (i to vii)

Exercise 1.4 Q7, 9

Exercise 1.5 Q2, 8, 12


UNIT-2 Zakat, Ushr, Inheritance

EXERCISE 2.1, Q# 1 to 12


REVIEW Ex.2, Q# 3, 4, 5, 6


UNIT-3 Business Mathematics

EXERCISE 3.1, Q# 1, 7

EXERCISE 3.2, Q# 1, 2, 5

EXERCISE 3.3, Q# 1, 6


EXERCISE 3.1, Q# 3, 8

EXERCISE 3.2, Q# 6, 8

EXERCISE 3.3, Q# 4


UNIT-4 Financial Mathematics

EXERCISE 4.1, Q# 4, 5

EXERCISE 4.2, Q# 1, 6, 10

EXERCISE 4.3, Q# 1, 3

EXERCISE 4.4, Q# 1, 3

EXERCISE 4.5, Q# 1, 3


EXERCISE 4.1, Q# 6

EXERCISE 4.2, Q# 3, 14

EXERCISE 4.3, Q# 6, 9

EXERCISE 4.4, Q# 4, 5

EXERCISE 4.5, Q# 2


UNIT-5: Consumer Mathematics

EXERCISE 5.1, Q# 1, 6, 7

EXERCISE 5.2, Q# 1 (ii), 2 (ii)

EXERCIISE 5.3, Q# 1, 4

REVIEW Ex. 5, Q# 1, 4


EXERCISE 5.1, Q# 2, 8

EXERCISE 5.2, Q# 1 (vi), 2 (i)

EXERCISE 5.3, Q# 6

REVIEW Ex. 5, Q# 3


UNIT-6: Exponents and logarithms

EXERCISE 6.1, Q# 1 (ii), 2 (III), Q3 (ii, vi, vii), Q4 (iii, vii), Q5 (v, vii, xi)

EXERCISE 6.2, Q# 1 (v, vi), 8, 9, 11, 14, 16, 19, 25, 28 (iii, iv), 29 (vi)

EXERCISE 6.3, Q# 8, 5, 10, 13

EXERCISE 6.5, Q# 1 (iii), 2 (ii, iv, v), 3(ii), 5 (i, ii, v)

EXERCISE 6.6, Q# 2(i), (iv), 4(i), (vi)

REVIEW Ex. 6, Q# 1, 3, 4



EXERCISE 6.1, Q# 1 (v, vi), 2 (iv), Q3 (iii, v, viii), Q4 (I to iv), Q5 (xii, xiii)

EXERCISE 6.2, Q# 1 (i to iv), 10, 13, 15, 17, 28 (v), 29 (vii, viii)

EXERCISE 6.3, Q# 3, 4, 14

EXERCISE 6.5 (i, ii), Q# 2 (i), 3 (iii)

Q 3, 4, 14

EXERCISE 6.6, Q# 2 (ii), 4 (ii)



UNIT-7: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences

Exercise 7.1, Q# 1 (vii, ix), 3 (v, vi)


Exercise 7.2, Q# 1(i, ii, iv, v)

Exercise 7.3, Q # 1, 6, 8, 9

Exercise 7.4, Q # 1, 4, 8, 10

Exercise 7.5, Q # 1, 2, 6, 12

REVIEW Ex.7, Q# 4, 5, 6, 8



Exercise: 7.1, Q # 1 (iv, v, viii), 2 (ii, iii), 3 (iii, iv)

Exercise: 7.2 Q# 1 (iii), 2(ii, iii), 4

(Classwork is given as homework)

(Classwork is given as homework)

(Classwork is given as homework)


UNIT-8: Sets and Functions

EXERCISE 8.1, Q# 5

EXERCISE 8.2, Q# 4, 5

REVIEW Ex.8, Q# 1, 4, 5, 7



EXERCISE 8.1, Q# 6, 7

EXERCISE 8.2, Q# 2, 7

(Classwork is given as homework)


UNIT-9 : Linear Graphs

EXERCISE 9.1, Q# 1, 3

EXERCISE 9.2, Q# 2, 5, 7, 8, 11

EXERCISE 9.3, Q# 1, 3

REVIEW Ex.8, Q# 6, 3, 4



(Classwork is given as homework)


UNIT-10: Basic Statistics

EXERCISE 10.1, Q# 2

EXERCISE 10.2, Q# 1 (ii)

EXERCISE 10.3, Q# 1 (iv)


EXERCISE 10.4, Q# 1 (ii)


REVIEW Ex.1, Q# 1 to 6

Examples given on page 264, 365, 366, 273, 274, 284, will be solved by the teacher in class



EXERCISE 10.1, Q# 3

EXERCISE 10.2, Q# 1 (i, iii)

EXERCISE 10.3, Q# 1 (i, ii)


EXERCISE 10.4, Q# 1 (iv, v)





  • MCQ’s portions of annual paper will be taken from objective exercises at the end of the chapter and objective questions will be done in class by the teacher.




اسلامیات (لازمی) جماعت نہم







TOPICS: Basis of the Ideology of Pakistan, Two Nation Theory: Origins, Evolution and explication, The ideology of Pakistan and Quaid-i-Azam

CLASS WORK: Long questions: 5-6-8

HOMEWORK: Short questions: 1-2-3-4-5-7-9-13



Topics: Pakistan Resolution 1940, Background of Pakistan resolution, Quaid-e-Azam presidential address, text of the resolution, reaction to the resolution, Jinnah-Gandhi talks 1944, Cabinet mission plan 1946, talks with different political leaders, proposal of cabinet mission, reaction of political parties to cabinet mission. Interim government 1946-47,3rd June 1947 plan, Quaid-e-Azam, Role in making of Pakistan, services rendered by Quaid-e-Azam.

CLASS WORK: Long question 5-6-8-10

HOMEWORK: Short questions 3-4-5-6-9-11-12-13-15



Topics: Location of Pakistan, regions of Pakistan with reference to temperature, climatic regions of Pakistan, plain region, major environmental hazards and their remedies, environmental pollution and its types, threats to water, soil, vegetation and wildlife.

CLASS WORK: Long questions:5-8-11-12-14-15-16

HOMEWORK: Short questions1-2-3-5-7-11-12



Topics: Early problems of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam, role as first governor general of Pakistan, Pakistan objective resolution 1949, Muslim family laws ordinance 1961, Indo-Pak war 1965, events of war, naval war, ceasefire, effects of war, unity and solidarity among Pakistani people. Economic development: the second five years plan (1960-65), the third five years plan (1965-70). Separation of East Pakistan and emergence of Bangladesh, causes of separation of East Pakistan.

CLASS WORK: Long question: 5-6-8-10-11

HOMEWORK: Short question:3-4-5-6-7-9-13-14-15



  • All MCQs of all chapters given in exercise are included in syllabus







  • All mini exercises, quick quiz and side information are excluded.

Unit 1  Physical Quantities and Measurements

1.2       physical quantities                               1.3       International system of units

1.4       prefixes                                               1.5       Scientific Notation

1.6       Measuring Instruments (Vernier callipers, Screw gauge, Stop Watch)

1.7       Significant figures….

Example 1.4 is H.W

Exercise: Short Question: 1.2, 1.3 (H.W)

And 1.5, 1.8, 1.11 (C.W)

Problems:   1.1, 1.5, 1.8, 1.9 (H.W) and 1.10, 1.4 (H.W)

MCQ’s (1, 2, 3, 6) is (C.W)


Unit 2  Kinematics

All theory topics 2.1- 2.7 and examples 2.1-2.7, 2.10 are included.


All MCQ’s are included.

Questions 2.3, 2.9 is (H.W)

2.5, 2.6, 2.10, 2.11 is (C.W)

Problems: 1-4, 6, 8


Unit 3  Dynamics

3.1: Force, Inertia and Momentum

3.2: Newton’s Laws of Motion (1st 2nd 3rd, mass and weight, Force and Momentum, Law of Conservation of momentum)

3.3: Friction, Rolling Friction, Advantages / disadvantages of Friction, methods to reduce friction

3.4: Centripetal and centrifugal force

Examples 3.1-3.3, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 (H.W)


MCQ’s 1-3, 5,7,8,9 (C.W)

Short Question 3-6, 9,10,13,15 (C.W)

Problems: 1-5, 8-10 (H.W)


Unit 4  Turning Effects of Forces

All Theory Topics 4.1- 4.8 are included.

Examples (4.1-4.3) is (H.W)


All MCQ’s are included.

Questions’ 4.3-4, 7, 4.10, 4.11, 4.13 (C.W)

Problems: 4.1-4.7 (H.W)


Unit 5  Gravitation

Topic 5.1: (the force of gravitation)

5.2: (mass of Earth),

5.3: (variation of g with Altitude)

Example: 5.1 and 5.2 is (H.W)



MCQ’s (1-4)

Short Questions: 5.2-5.4,   5-11 and 5.12

Problems: 5.1-5.5 (c.w)



Theory Topics (6.1-6.4), 6.8- efficiency, 6.9- power

Example: (6.1-6.4) is H.W

Exercise: MCQ’S (1-5)

Short questions 6.3 and 6.4

Problems: (1-6)


Unit 7  Properties of Matter

Theory Topics:

7.2 Density,

7.3, Pressure,

7.5, Pressure in Liquid (Pascal’s Law);

Application of Pascals, Law (Hydrolic Press Only)

7.6 Archimede’s Principle,

7.7 Principle of Floatation (Ships and Submarine)

7.8 Elasticity, 7.9 Hook’s Law (Young’s Modulus)

Examples. 7.2, 7.3, 7.7 (H.W)

Exercise: MCQ’s (2, 3, 5, 6, 7)

Short Questions: 7.11,   7.15-7.22

Problems: (7.4-77), 7.11


Unit 8  Thermal Properties

8.3, Specific heat capacity, importance of large specific Heat capacity of water, heat capacity

8.8: Thermal expansion (linear and volume expansion) consequences and applications of thermal expansion)

Examples: 5,6


MCQ’s 4,5,6,7

Problems: 8.3-8.5





Chapter 1       Branches of Chemistry

Basic definitions, Matter, substance, Mixture(types), Elements, compound, Atomic number, Mass number, Relative mass unit, Empirical formula and Molecular formula, Types of molecular formula, Molecular mass calculation, concept of mole, Avogadro’s number, chemical calculation, mole-mass calculation (1.5), Mole-particles calculation Example (1.6,1.7)


MCQ: (1-10)

Short questions:  (I-VIII)

Long Questions: (3-11), 14, 15


Chapter 2       Structure of Atom

Rutherford atomic model (experiment, Defects), Bohr’s atomic theory, electronic configuration



Short questions: (I-V)

Long Questions: 5, 6,7,8,11,12


Chapter 3       Periodic Table and Periodicity of properties

Periods and groups of element, s and p blocks in periodic table, Periodicity of properties, Shielding effect, atomic size, Ionization energy and trends, Electron affinity, electro negativity



Short question: (I, II, III, IV, V)

Long Questions: 3, 4,5,10


Chapter 4       Structure of molecule

Chemical Bond, Types of bond, ionic bond, covalent bond, intermolecular forces



Short question: (II, III, IV)

Long Questions: 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13


Chapter 5       Physical state of Matter

Boyle’s Law, Charles Law, Liquid state, evaporation vapor pressure and effect of external vapor pressure, boiling point, sublimation, types of solids



Short question: (II, III, IV , VI)

Long Questions: 5, 6, and 7,8,14


Chapter 6       Solution

Saturated, Unsaturated, Super Saturated Solution, Concentration Units (Percentage, Molarity, Solubility, Effect of Temperature on Solubility, Comparison of Solution, Suspension and Colloids.



Short question: (I, II, III, VI, VII, X)

Long Questions: 4, 8, 10, 12, 13



Chapter 7       Electrochemistry

Oxidation, Reduction, oxidation reduction in term of loss or gain of electrons, oxidation state and rules for assigning oxidation state and oxidation number, oxidizing and reducing agent, Electrochemical cell, nature of electrochemical process, concept of electrolyte, electrolytic cell, use of electrolytic cell,  use of electrolytic cell, galvanic cell (Daniel cell), Reaction in Daniel cell, Zinc electroplating, chromium electroplating, corrosion and its prevention, rusting of iron, corrosion of Aluminum,  cathode protection.


MCQ: (I, II, V, VI, IX)

Short question: (I, II, IV, VI)

Long Questions: 6, 13 (a,b,c), 14, 15,12(a,b,c)


Chapter 8       Chemical Reactivity

Metal, electropositive character, comparison of reactivity of Alkali and alkaline Earth metals, inertness of Noble metals, importance of silver, Gold, Platinum, Non-metals, Electro negativity character, comparison of reactivity of halogen.


MCQs (I-X)

Short Question/Answer (I-IV)

Long Questions: (Q 3, 4, 5, 8)






Ch. # Chapter Name Topics Included Review Questions
1 Introduction to Biology Introduction to Biology (2-3)

Branches of Biology

The Levels Of Organization (7-13)

MCQs (1-10)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (1)

Understanding the Concept (1,5,6,7)

2 Solving a Biological Problem Biological Method (20-23)

Theory, Law and Principle (26-27)

Data Organization And Data Analysis (27-28)

MCQs (1-9)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (1-2)

Understanding the Concept (3)

3 Biodiversity Biodiversity (31)

Importance of Biodiversity (32)

Classification- Aims and Principles (33-35)

Aims of classification

Basis of classification

Taxonomic hierarchy

Two kingdom classification system (36-38)

Three kingdom classification system

Five kingdom classification system

The five kingdoms

Binomial Nomenclature (39-40)

Deforestation and Overhunting (43-44)

Endangered Species In Pakistan (45-46)

MCQs (1-2,5-13)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (2,4)

Understanding the Concept (3,5,7)

4 Cells and Tissues Cellular Structures and Function (57-65)

Difference Between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells (66)

Passage of Molecules into and Out of Cells

Diffusion (69)

Osmosis (70) (Water Balance Problems, Osmosis and Guard Cells, Application of Knowledge About Semi Permeable Membranes Excluded)

Active Transport (73)

Animal Tissues (74)

Epithelial Tissues (Types Excluded) (75)

Connective Tissues (75)

Muscle Tissues (76-77)

Nervous Tissue (77)

Plant Tissues  (78-82)

Simple Tissues

Meristematic Tissues (Types Excluded)

Permanent Tissues (Names of Types Only)

Compound Tissues (Names of Types Only)

MCQs (1.3-15)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (2)

Understanding the Concept (7,11)

5 Cell Cycle Cell Cycle (87-88)

Mitosis and Its Phases (89-91)

Meiosis and Its Phases (95-100)

Comparison Between Mitosis and Meiosis (101)


MCQs (1-15)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (1-2)

Understanding the Concept (2,6)

6 Enzymes Enzyme Introduction (107-108)

Characteristics of Enzymes (108-109)

Factors Affecting Rate of Enzyme Action (109-111)

Mechanism Of Enzyme Action (111-112)

MCQs (1-6)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (1)

Understanding the Concept (2,7)

7 Bioenergetics Oxidation and Reduction Reactions (118)

ATP- The Cell’s Energy Currency (119-120)

Photosynthesis (120)

Mechanism of Photosynthesis (121-122)

Respiration (130)

Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration (130-131) (Importance of Fermentation excluded)

Mechanism of Respiration (132)


MCQs (1-2,4-5,6-9)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (1)

Understanding the Concept (2,7-8)

8 Nutrition Components of Human Food (143)

Minerals (Table 8.2 excluded) (144)

Role of Calcium and Iron (145)

Effects of Water and Dietary Fiber (150)

Digestion In Humans (157-165) (Disorders Excluded)

MCQs (1,2,4-11,13-15)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (3-5)

Understanding the Concept (3,6,11)

9 Transport Transpiration (173) (Opening and Closing of Stomata Excluded, Factors Affecting the Rate of Transpiration Excluded)

Significance of Transpiration (176)

Transport in Human (184)

Blood (185-187) (Table 9.2 Excluded)

Human Heart (192-193)

Pulmonary and systemic Circulation (193)

Heartbeat (194-195)

Heart Rate and Pulse Rate (195-196)

Blood Vessels (197-198) (Table 9.1 Included)


MCQs (4-17)

(Home Work)

Short Questions (5,8)

Understanding the Concept (4)






List of Topics for Theory

  • Unit 01 Fundamentals of Computer Science (complete chapter)
  • Unit 02 Fundamentals of Operating System (reduced)
  • 1 Introduction (Included)
  • 2 Operating System (Included)
  • Unit 03 Skipped: whole chapter in theory, topic will be covered in practicals
  • Unit 04 Data Communication (complete chapter)
  • Unit 05 Computer Network (complete chapter)
  • Unit 06 Computer Security and Ethics (complete chapter)

List of Practical(9th)

Microsoft Windows

  • Creating New Folder
  • How to Search for a File or Folder
  • To Cut/Copy and Paste a File Folder from one location to another
  • How to Use Recycle Bin
  • To Display the My Recent Document Folder on Start Menu and Open Recently used document
  • How to Open and Make Selections from a Menu
  • How to Access Control Panel and Set the Time & Date
  • How to Arrange and Remove Icons
  • How to Add or Remove Programs and Windows Components
  • How to adjust resolution, changing desktop background, color scheme and screen saver.

Microsoft word

  • Creating a new Document, Saving a Document, Opening a Document, Printing a Document.
  • Inserting and editing Text, Selecting Text, Copying and moving Text, Deleting Text, changing Font type, Size and Changing Font Styles and Effects.
  • Inserting Symbols and Equations.
  • Paragraph Formatting.
  • Page Formatting, inserting Section Break, Header and Footer, Inserting Page Number and Changing Page Margins.
  • Inserting and Positioning Pictures.
  • Inserting WordArt.
  • Inserting and Formatting Table
  • Using Hyperlink

Microsoft Excel

  • Copying and Moving cell contents, Use of Fill-Handle to fill cells
  • Cell Formatting, Working with cell addressing, Relative Cell Addressing, Absolute Cell Addressing
  • Working with Functions
  • Working with Formulas
  • Creating Charts
  • Manipulating and Formatting data
  • Conditional Formatting of data
  • Sorting of Data


  • Copying, Moving and Deleting Text
  • Changing Language
  • Formatting Document

Short and Reduced Syllabus SSC-I & SSC-II 2021 Exams FBISE





Chapter 1 Introduction and role of Science

Ø   Brief contribution of Muslim scientists

Ø   Contribution of Pakistani scientists

1-Dr Abdus Salam    2-Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan

Ø   Branches of Science

Ø   Role of science and Technology

Ø   Exercise questions (1,2,3,4,5,6)


Chapter 2 Our Life and Chemistry

Ø   Three basic elements (Respiration, Photosynthesis)

Ø   Properties of water as solvent

Ø   Composition of Air, Role and Uses of air gases

Ø   Importance and function of elements in daily life (Iodine, Chlorine, Iron)

Ø   Exercise question no (1,2,3,4,6,7,9,10,12)


Chapter 5 Microorganism and Diseases

Ø   Diseases and their causes

Ø   Bacterial diseases

Ø   Viral diseases

Ø   Cancer, Malaria

Ø   Spreading of Germs

Ø   Protection of germs and diseases

Ø   Smoking, Abad Habit

Ø   Exercise question no (1,2,3,4,5,6,7)


Chapter 7 Energy

Ø   Energy, Types of energy

Ø   Inter conversion of energy

Ø   Renewable energy resources

Ø   Exercise questions (1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11)


Chapter 9 Basic Electronics

Ø   Semiconductor

Ø   Semi conductor diode

Ø   Radio waves

Ø   Radio

Ø   Computer

Ø   Micro processor

Ø   Exercise questions(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,12,13,14,15)









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