Question Bank and Sample Papers in Mathematics for Class XII by Prof. M.L. Aggarwal has been written according to the changed style of question paper relevant for 2015 Board Examinations. The Salient Features of the book are: Latest Sample Papers issued by the CBSE for 2015 Examinations-with solutions Chapterwise Basic Concepts and Important Results Chapterwise Assignments for Practice (1 mark, 4 marks, 6 marks) Chapterwise Questions from Previous Years’ Board Papers Ten Sample Papers for Practice (4 Solved & 6 Unsolved) CBSE Examination Paper 2014 (Fully Solved) (Delhi and Outside Delhi)
S Chand’s ISC Mathematics is structured according to the latest syllabus as per the new CISCE(Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations), New Delhi, for ISC students taking classes XI & XII examinations.
New Mathematics Today, a thoroughly revised series for KG to Class 8, has been designed as per the requirements of the latest curriculum. The content of this series is designed to reach all learners in the classroom irrespective of their skill levels or learning capabilities.
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Learning Mathematics - Class 8 has been written by Prof. M.L. Aggarwal in accordance with the latest syllabus of the NCERT and Guidelines issued by the CBSE on Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation (CCE). The subject matter has been explained in a simple language and includes many examples from real life situations. Questions in the form of Fill in the Blanks, True/False statements and Multiple Choice Questions have been given under the heading ‘Mental Maths’. Some Value Based Questions have also been included to impart values among students. In addition to normal questions, some Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) questions have been given to enhance the analytical thinking of the students. Each chapter is followed by a Summary which recapitulates the new terms, concepts and results.