NCERT Mind Maps


  • Questions will be posted on www.orangeeducation.in in November, 2019
  • 5 topics will be given as per the class and subject. Out of which each participant must draw 3 Mind Maps to qualify for the Assessments.
  • Answer the questions according to the Mind Map format.
  • Refer to 'How to Draw & Read Mind Map' given in the beginning of your MMA book.
  • All the questions must be answered on a separate sheet.
  • Mind Map can be hand-made or computer made.
  • Minimum 4 colours should be used to draw a Mind Map.
  • Mention your name, class and school on each sheet so that the awards (if any) can reach you.
  • Scan and send your answer sheets on info@orangeeducation.in or courier them to us on our office address.
  • Students will receive
    A. Certificates and medals on scoring above 75%
    B. Certificates on scoring above 60%
  • School topper, the top scoring student across all grades and subjects in each school is awarded a Gift worth Rs 1,000. Student should score above 90% to qualify.
  • Last date of receiving your Mind Map Assessment sheets will be 15th January, 2020.
For any query please contact 8588814859


MATHEMATICS

Class 6


  • Ch 1 WHOLE NUMBER
  • Ch 2 INTEGERS
  • Ch 3 DECIMALS
  • Ch 4 ALGEBRA
  • Ch 5 RATIO AND PROPORTION

Class 7


  • Ch 1 FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS
  • Ch 2 LINES AND ANGLES
  • Ch 3 PRACTICAL GEOMETRY
  • Ch 4 PERIMETER AND AREA
  • Ch 5 EXPONENTS AND POWERS

Class 8


  • Ch 1 UNDERSTANDING QUADRILATERALS
  • Ch 2 DATA HANDLING
  • Ch 3 ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS AND IDENTITIES
  • Ch 4 MENSURATION
  • Ch 5 FACTORISATION

Class 9


  • Ch 1 COORDINATE GEOMETRY
  • Ch 2 LINES AND ANGLES
  • Ch 3 CIRCLES
  • Ch 4 HERON'S FORMULA
  • Ch 5 PROBABILITY

Class 10


  • Ch 1 POLYNOMIALS
  • Ch 2 TRIANGLES
  • Ch 3 INTRODUCTION TO TRIGONOMETRY
  • Ch 4 CONSTRUCTIONS
  • Ch 5 STATISTICS

SCIENCE

Class 6


  • Ch 1 COMPONENTS OF FOOD
  • Ch 2 GETTING TO KNOW PLANTS
  • Ch 3 THE LIVING ORGANISMS AND THEIR SURROUNDINGS
  • Ch 4 LIGHT, SHADOWS AND REFLECTIONS
  • Ch 5 WATER

Class 7


  • Ch 1 FIBRE TO FABRIC
  • Ch 2 HEAT
  • Ch 3 RESPIRATION IN ORGANISMS
  • Ch 4 ELECTRICL CURRENT AND ITS EFFECTS
  • Ch 5 FORESTS: OUR LIFELINE

Class 8


  • Ch 1 SYNTHETIC FIBRES AND PLASTICS
  • Ch 2 REACHING THE AGE OF ADOLESCENCE
  • Ch 3 FRICTION
  • Ch 4 CHEMICAL EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT
  • Ch 5 STARS AND THE SOLAR SYSTEM

Class 9


  • Ch 1 STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM
  • Ch 2 DIVERSITY IN LIVING ORGANISMS
  • Ch 3 FORCE AND LAWS OF MOTION
  • Ch 4 Work and EnergyWORK AND ENERGY
  • Ch 5 NATURAL RESOURCES / IMPROVEMENT IN FOOD RESOURCES

Class 10


  • Ch 1 ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS
  • Ch 2 PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS
  • Ch 3 HEREDITY AND EVOLUTION
  • Ch 4 MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT
  • Ch 5 OUR ENVIRONMENT


SOCIAL STUDIES(SST)

Class 6


  • Ch 1 ASHOKA, THE EMPEROR WHO GAVE UP WAR
  • Ch 2 NEW EMPIRES AND KINGDOMS
  • Ch 3 KEY ELEMENTS OF A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT
  • Ch 4 MOTIONS OF THE EARTH
  • Ch 5 OUR COUNTRY—INDIA

Class 7


  • Ch 1 THE MUGHAL EMPIRE
  • Ch 2 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY POLITICAL FORMATIONS
  • Ch 3 UNDERSTANDING ADVERTISING
  • Ch 4 OUR CHANGING EARTH
  • Ch 5 HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS—THE TROPICAL AND THE SUBTROPICAL REGION

Class 8


  • Ch 1 COLONIALISM AND THE CITY—THE STORY OF AN IMPERIAL CAPITAL
  • Ch 2 THE MAKING OF THE NATIONAL MOVEMENT: 1870s-1947
  • Ch 3 UNDERSTANDING SECULARISM
  • Ch 4 WILDLIFE RESOURCES
  • Ch 5 AGRICULTURE

Class 9


  • Ch 1 SOCIALISM IN EUROPE AND THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION
  • Ch 2 PEASANTS AND FARMERS
  • Ch 3 CONSTITUTIONAL DESIGN
  • Ch 4 CLIMATE
  • Ch 5 POVERTY AS A CHALLENGE

Class 10


  • Ch 1 NATIONALISM IN INDIA
  • Ch 2 PRINT CULTURE AND THE MODERN WORLD
  • Ch 3 CHALLENGES TO DEMOCRACY
  • Ch 4 LIFELINES OF NATIONAL ECONOMY
  • Ch 5 GLOBALISATION AND THE INDIAN ECONOMY