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JSSC High School Assistant Teacher Chem Bio Syllabus 2016

JSSC High School Assistant Teacher Chem Bio Syllabus 2016JSSC High School Assistant Teacher Chem Bio Syllabus 2016

This page shows you Jharkhand High school teacher Syllabus of Chemistry and Biology. The Syllabus of Chemistry is divided into 3 sections/ parts i.e. Inorganic, organic and Physical chemistry. Whereas the Syllabus of Biology is divided into two sections i.e. Botany and Zoology. The brief details regarding syllabus of Chemistry and Biology is given below.

JSSC High School Assistant Teacher Chemistry (Chem) Syllabus 2016


  1. Atomic structure – Fundamental particles of matter, atomic model- Rutherford’s Hand’s rule, Pauli’s exclusion principle.

  2. Periodic table, periodicity of properties, electro negativity, electro affinity and ionization potential.
  3. Chemical bonding: Co-valent bond, lonic bond, Hydrogen bonding, Vander Waal’s forces.
  4. Co-ordination chemistry: Double and complex salt, Werner’s theory, Effective atomic number, valence bond theory in complexes.
  5. General chemistry of Gr IB.IIA and IIB elements of periodic table, Extraction & Properties of Silver, Boron, Phosphorous & and Chromium. Properties, structure and uses of their compounds.
  6. Preparation, properties, structure and uses of following compounds – Hydrogen peroxide, Ozone, Hydrazine, Hydroxylamine acid, potassium permanganate.
  7. (a) Different theories of acids and bases, Hard and soft acids. Reactions in Liquid NH3.

(b) Principle involved in the separation of Captions, Solubility product, common ion effect. 8. Preparation, Properties, bonding and application of alkyls and aryls of Li and Sn.


  1. Hybridization in organic compounds, nomenclature of organic compounds.

  2. Alcohols: Classification, Preparation, properties and distinction between different types of monohydric alcohols, phenols – preparation and properties, comparative acidic strengths of alcohols and phenols.
  3. Carbohydrates: Classification and nomenclature, Glucose, Fructose, chain lengthening and chain shortening of aldoses, Conversion of glucose into fructose and vice-versa. Determination of open chain and ring structure of glucose.
  4. (a) Preparation and synthetic use of maloinc ester&Grignard Reagent. (b) Preparation, properties and use of urea and pyridine.
  5. Explain Tetra valence of carbon, type of hybridization in organic radical Carbonium lon & Carbanion, and their formation and stability. Effects in organic compounds: Inductive, Mesmeric, Hyper conjugation and resonance.
  6. General Methods, Preparation, Properties of Mono carboxylic acid and their derivatives
  7. Types of isomerism – optical, geometrical and conformational, tautomerism.
  8. (a) Synthetic polymers- Addition polymerization free radical vinyl polymerization, condensation polymerization, polyesters and polyamides. (b) Soaps and synthetic detergents, colour & constitution of dyes and their synthesis, Oils and fats.


  1. Thermodynamics: System and surrounding, types of systems, heat work, Internal energy, Heat capacities and relation between them, Calculation of Q,W,E and H in isothermal and adiabatic expansions of gases, Efficiency and thermodynamic scale of temperature, Hess’s law and Karloff’s law.

  2. Characteristics of catalyst, preparation, purification, stability and properties of colloids.
  3. Crystal Lattice, Unit Cell, Brevis Lattice, Bragg’s equation.
  4. (A) Gaseous states – Kinetic Theory of gases, Ideal and Real gases, Van der wall’s equation, Critical Constants.
  5. Rates of reaction, Mathematical Characteristics of simple Chemical reaction – I Order, II Order and pseudo Order, Determination of Order of Reaction, Arrhericus equation and its application
  6. Electro Chemistry – Specific Equivalent and Molecular Conductivity. Determination of Specific and Equivalent Conductivities, Effects of dilution on SP, equiv and molecular conductivity, Kohlrausch Law’s, Emf of a cell and its determination.
  7. Dipole Moment and its determination, refractive Index and Molecular refractivity, magnetic properties – Para magnetism & Ferro-Magnetism.

JSSC High School Assistant Teacher Biology (Bio) Syllabus 2016


  1. Binomial Nomenclature of Plants with examples

  2. Cell structure of plants and function of cell organelles.

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