Andhra Pradesh, Telangana Class 10, 2019 Date Sheet & Syllabus Out

The class 10 exams are round the corner. The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) public exams will begin from March 18 and conclude on April 2, 2019 in Andhra Pradesh (AP).  However, in Telangana, The SSC Exams is scheduled to be conducted from March 16 till April 2, 2019. 

AP Class 10 Date Sheet: 

Now, the class 10 date sheet for Andhra Pradesh board has been released on the official website of the Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh –  



Prepositions, Conjunctions, Verb, Adjective, Tenses, Sentences, Transformation of Sentences, Reading Comprehension, Punctuation, Articles, Vocabulary, Writing. 


Sets, Polynomials, Real Numbers, Pair of Linear, Quadratic Equations, Geometry, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Probability, Statistics. 



Heat, Light- Reflection and Refraction, Magnetism, Electric Current 


Acids, Bases, Salts, Atomic Structure, Chemical Reactions, Metallurgy, Carbon and its compounds 


Sexual Reproduction, Genetics, DNA, Evolution 

Social Science 


Partition and Independence, Independence movement, The World Wars, Industrialisation, Trade and Globalization 


Climate of India, Indian Rivers, Agriculture, Water resources, Mineral resources, Power resources 


Indian Economy: Role and sector, Ideas of Development, Production, Employment, Consumer Awareness. 

Important Information: 

  • As far as the syllabus is concerned then there will be a different set of question papers for each subject. 

  • According to the official release, if any student attempts or answers to a wrong set of question paper as the one assigned, their candidature will be cancelled. 

  • Candidates who appear at the wrong centre than the one allotted will also be disqualified.

Telangana Class 10 Date Sheet

Telangana Date Sheet for SSC, OSSC and vocational candidates for both regular and private mode have been released on the official website –  

According to the official release by the Board of Secondary Education Telangana State, Hyderabad ( BSE TS), the SSC exams will begin from March 16 and end on April 2, 1019. The academic course subjects are common for both SSC and OSSC candidates. 



Real Numbers, Sets, Polynomials, Pair of Linear, Equations in Two Variables , Quadratic Equations, Progressions, Coordinate Geometry, Similar Triangles ,Tangents and Secants to a Circle, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Probability, Statistics. 


Verb, Adjective, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Tenses, Sentences, Transformation of Sentences, Reading Comprehension, Punctuation, Articles, Vocabulary, Writing. 



Heat, Reflection of Light, Refraction of Light, Refraction of Light at Curved Surface, Electric Current, Electromagnetism 


Chemical Reactions, Acids, Bases and Salts, The Periodic Table, Structure of Atom, hemical Bonding, Principles of Metallurgy, Carbon and its Compounds 


Food Supplying System, Respiration- The Energy Releasing System, Transportation- The Circulatory System, Excretion- The Wastage Disposing System, Coordination- The Linking System, Coordination in Life Processes, Reproduction- The Generating System, Heredity- From Parent to Progeny, Our Environment- Our Concern Natural Resources. 

Social Science 


The World Between Wars (1900-1950): Part- I, The World Between Wars (1900-1950): Part – II, National Liberation Movements in the Colonies, National Movement in India-Partition and Independence: 1939-1947, Independent India (The First 30 Years- 1947-77), Emerging Political Trends 1977 to 2000, Post- war World and India, Social Movements in our Times, The Movement for the Formation of our Telangana State 


India: Relief Features, Climate of India, Indian Rivers and Water Resources 


People, Settlement and Migration, The Making of Independent India’s Constitution, Citizens and the Governments 


Ideas of Development, Production and Employment , Rampur: A Village Economy, Globalisation, Food Security and Sustainable Development with Equity. 

Important Information: 

  • Candidates will be allotted different question paper sets. 

  • According to the official notification if any candidate attempts question paper other than their allotted set, their candidature will be cancelled. 

  • If any candidate appears in an exam centre other than the one assigned, they will be disqualified.

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