Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus 2019 PDF | Check Exam Pattern

## Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus 2019

#### Organisation Name

Sainik Schools Society

#### Entrance Exam Name

All India Sainik School Entrance Examination (AISSEE)

#### Category

Entrance Exam Syllabus

#### Selection Process

• Written Test
• Medical Examination

### Sainik School Entrance Exam Pattern For Class VI

 Sainik School Entrance Exam Pattern For Class VI Subject Name No.Of Questions & Marks Total Marks Mathematics 50 x 3 150 GK(Sc & Sst) 25 x 2 50 Language 25 x 2 50 Intelligence 25 x 2 50 Total 300

### Sainik School Entrance Exam Pattern For Class IX

 Sainik School Entrance Exam Pattern For Class IX Subject Name No.Of Questions & Marks Total Marks Mathematics 50 x 4 200 English 25 x 2 50 Intelligence 25 x 2 50 General Science 25 x 2 50 Social Studies 25 x 2 50 Total 400

### Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus For Class VI

#### Mathematics (Arithmetics) Syllabus For Class VI

• Subtraction
• Multiplication
• Division of numbers
• Fractions and decimals
• BODMAS Rule
• LCM and HCF
• Unitary method
• Average
• Percentage
• Profit and loss
• Simple Interest
• Square root
• Area and Perimeter
• Ratio and Proportion
• Geometry
• Triangle
• Circle
• Algebraic expressions

#### English Syllabus For Class VI

• Tenses
• Sentences- Negative
• Affirmative and Interrogative
• Prepositions
• Articles
• Framing Questions
• One Word answers/ fill in the blanks
• Singular & Plural forms
• Homonyms
• Synonyms & Antonyms
• Spelling

#### Sainik School Entrance Exam GK (Sc & SSt) – Science Syllabus

• Living things
• Characteristics of living things
• Plants & Animals
• The interdependence of living things and nonliving things
• Human body
• Food
• Diseases
• Rocks and Minerals
• Air-water and weather
• Natural satellite
• Simple machines
• Environment
• Natural calamities etc.

#### GK (Sc & SSt) – Social Studies Syllabus For Class VI

• Maps Planets
• Satellites
• Solar System
• Continents
• Oceans
• The motion of the earth
• Latitudes and Longitudes
• Climate
• Freedom Fighters and great reformers
• Our Freedom struggle
• Structure of Government
• Fundamental Rights and duties
• United Nation and its functions

### Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus For Class IX

#### Mathematics Syllabus For Class IX

• Squares and Square Roots
• Cubes and Cube Roots
• Profit
• Loss and Discount
• Compound Interest
• Algebraic Identities
• Polynomials
• The equation in one variable
• Parallel lines
• Areas of plane figures-Triangle
• Circle
• Circumference of Circle
• Surface Areas and Volumes-Cylinder
• Cone
• Sphere & Solids
• Statistics-Mean
• Frequency table

#### English Syllabus For Class IX

• Spotting Errors
• Active and Passive Voice
• Reported Speech
• Clauses
• Prepositions
• Tenses
• Articles
• Antonyms and Synonyms
• Rearrange jumbled words into meaningful sentences
• Comparative and Superlative Degrees
• Question Tags and Framing sentences with the word

#### Sainik School Entrance Exam Science Syllabus

• The Universe
• Soil
• Air
• Transformation of substances
• Structure of Atom
• Metals and Non- metals
• Carbon
• The cell structure of function
• Microorganisms
• Refraction of light
• Electricity and Magnetism
• Friction
• Sources of Energy
• Common diseases
• Food production and management of basic practices

#### Social Studies Syllabus For Class IX

• India and the Modem world
• India in the 18 century
• The rise and growth of British Rule in India
• Policies and impact of British rule
• Revolt against British rule
• British policies and administration in India after 1857
• Changes in Economic life
• Religion and Social reform movement
• Cultural awakening
• Struggle for Swaraj
• National Movement from 1923-1939
• Achievements of Independence
• Indian constitution
• Secularism
• Parliament
• Criminal Justice System
• law and Social justice
• Development issues
• Globalization
• United Nations- International agencies
• Human rights
• India and the United Nations
• Foreign Policy of India, India and its neighbors
• Natural Disasters – Earthquake
• Volcanoes
• Cyclone
• Floods
• Types and Developments
• Natural resources – Land
• Soil
• Water
• Minerals
• Energy
• Plants and Wildlife
• Agriculture
• Manufacturing Industries
• Human Resources