CBSE Class 9th Mathematics Revised Syllabus 2021-2022 – New Curriculum for Terms 1, 2, Available Here

Download the PDF version of CBSE Class 9th Mathematics Revised and Term Wise Syllabus 2021-2022 from this link. The syllabus outlines the course structure as well as the examination plan for class 9 Maths in terms 1, 2 and 3.

The revised syllabus for Class 9th Mathematics was released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It includes the course curriculum as per the new assessment system. You can download the CBSE Class 9th Mathematics Term-Wise syllabus in PDF format from this article. You can save the syllabus for terms 1 and 2 separately to avoid confusion when preparing for a term.

CBSE Class 9, Maths Unit-Wise Weightage, Term 1 and 2:

Term 1 Term 2
No. Unit Name Marks No. Unit Name Marks
I NUMBER SYSTEMS 8 II ALGEBRA (Cont. 12
II ALGEBRA 5 IV GEOMETRY (Cont. 15
III COORDINATE GeoMETRY 4 V MENSURATION (Cont. 9
IV GEOMETRY 13 VI STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY (Cont) 4
V MENSURATION 4
VI STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY 6
  Total 40   Total 40
  Internal Assessment 10   Internal Assessment 10
  Total 50   Total 50

Criteria for Internal Assessment

The internal assessment will add 10 points to each term’s end score, bringing the total to 20 for CBSE Class 9 Mathematics Exam 2021-2022. These are the different activities that will be included in the internal assessment:

Internal Assessment Marks Total Marks
Periodic Testing 3 3 10
Multiple Assessments 2
Portfolio 2
Practical work for student enrichment activities 3

Download the termwise syllabus using the links below:

Take a look at the term-wise syllabus to see the most important points:

Each unit’s topics and the names of the chapters in term 1 and 2 are listed.

Each term’s weight in units

Criteria for internal assessment.

Below is a link that will allow you to access the Class 9 Maths Syllabus, which was originally released at the start of the current academic term. To understand the division of topics into terms 1 and 2, students can refer to this old syllabus. Students can also find out which topics and chapters have been dropped from the revised/reduced syllabus.