# Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus 2021 || Check AISSEE Syllabus 2021

By | October 22, 2020

If you are reading this article, I assume you are going to appear in the upcoming Sainik School Entrance Exam 2021. Sainik School Entrance Exam 2021 is going to be conducted on 10th January (tentative) by National Testing Agency.

We know the importance of understanding the Syllabus for any exam. All India Sainik School Entrance Exam also is known as AISSEE is no exception. Through this reading, you will get complete details about the Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus 2021.

## Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus 2021

Sainik School Society (official body) releases the latest Sainik School Entrance Exam Syllabus 2021 for class 6 and 9. For those students who want to take admission in among 33 Sainik School across the country should clear the written exam, medical tests, and personal interview. Sainik School Syllabus is completely based on the latest CBSE syllabus.

Students need to understand the Sainik School Syllabus for class 6 and 9.

### Sainik School Syllabus 2021 for Class 6 AISSEE

Sainik School Syllabus 2021 for class 6 comprises of Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and English. All latest update can be checked out on the official website of Sainik School Admission AISSEE website

Mathematics

Mathematics is an important section of the Sainik School Syllabus. Students will be asked 50 Questions carrying 150 Marks in total. The mathematics section carries the highest weight so students should focus more on this section. Some of the important Topics for Mathematics are:

• Average
• Natural Numbers
• LCM and HCF
• Square
• Area and Perimeter
• Percentage
• Profit and loss
• Ratio and Proportion
• Simple Interest
• Subtraction
• Multiplication
• fractions and decimals,
• BODMAS Rule
• The volume of Cube and Cuboid
• Prime and Composite Numbers
• Roman Numerals
• Geometry
• Plane Figures
• Triangle
• Circle
• Algebraic expressions

English

English is another important section of the Sainik School Syllabus for class 6. There will be 25 questions in total from the English section for 50 Marks. Grammar Section is strongly emphasized in the Sainik School Syllabus. Students are suggested to practice more for better performance.

• Comprehension Passage
• Interjection
• Collective Nouns
• Question Tags
• Rhyming Words
• One Word Substitutions
• Singular & Plural forms
• Homonyms
• Tenses (Verb and Types)
• Sentences -Negative, Affirmative, and Interrogative
• Prepositions
• Articles
• Synonyms & Antonyms
• Spelling
• Jumbled words (Ordering of Words)

Intelligence

This section comprises of 25 questions carrying a total of 50 Marks. Students need to practice this section as it is easy to score from this section. Some of the important topics from the Intelligence section are:

• Analogies (mathematical & verbal)
• Pattern (spatial and mathematical)
• Classification
• Logical
• Reasoning
• Non-Verbal
• Visual

General Knowledge

GK Section covers important topics from Social Studies and Science. 25 questions will be asked from General Knowledge Section. Students preparing GK Section should focus on Current Affairs more.

• Historical Monuments
• The function of Body parts of Plants and Animals
• Planets and Satellites
• The motion of the earth
• Latitudes and Longitudes
• Climate
• Freedom Fighters and Reformers
• Freedom struggle
• World & India Maps
• Continents and Oceans
• Relationship between Humans and Animals
• Solar System
• Structure of Government
• Fundamental Rights and duties
• United Nation and its functions

#### Sainik School Syllabus 2021 for Class 9

Sainik School Syllabus 2021 for class 9 comprises of Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and English. Going to appear in AISSEE Entrance Admission Test, Must check out the completed syllabus and practice on this pattern.

Mathematics

Students preparing for Sainik School Entrance Exam for class 9 should focus primarily on Mathematics. Mathematics section will comprise of 50 questions, each question carrying 4 Marks a total of 200 Marks. Students need to prepare the maths section well. Some of the important sub-topics from the mathematics section are:

• Rational Numbers
• Pie Chart
• Bar Graph
• Line Graph
• Time and work
• Ratio and Proportion
• Algebraic Identities
• Polynomials
• An equation in one variable
• Squares and Square Roots
• Cubes and Cube Roots
• LCM and HCF
• Profit, Loss, and Discount
• Compound Interest
• Parallel lines
• Euler’s Formula
• Circle and its parts
• Surface Areas and Volumes
• Cylinder, Cone, Sphere & Solids
• Statistics
• Frequency Table

English

English Section will have 25 questions carry 50 Marks in total. Students should focus more on the written section as most of the topics are from the Grammar Section. Important Topics from English Section for Sainik School Syllabus for class 9 are:

• Sentence Formation
• Narration
• Antonyms and Synonyms
• Rearrange jumbled words into sentences
• Spotting Errors
• Question Tags
• Clauses
• Active and Passive Voice
• Confusing Words
• Reported Speech
• Prepositions
• Tenses
• Articles
• Comparative and Superlative Degrees
• Change of Gender
• Change of Number
• Framing sentences

Science

The science section for class 9 is strictly based on NCERT Syllabus. 25 questions from the science section will be asked each question will carry 2 marks. Important topics from the science section are:

• Electroplating and Artificial Jewelry
• Combustion and flame
• Cell structure and its functions
• Microorganisms
• Reflection and dispersion of light
• Refraction of light
• Electricity and Magnetism
• Relationship between types of friction
• The Universe
• Soil & Air
• Structure of Atom
• Metals and non-metals
• Carbon
• Sources of Energy
• Common Diseases
• Food production and management
##### Social Science

Social Science will cover topics from History, Civics, and Geography. There will be 25 questions from the social science section. Some of the important sub-topics are below:

• Local Self Government
• Changes in the Arts
• Public Facilities
• Religious Reform
• Cultural awakening
• Struggle for Swaraj
• Nationalist Movement
• Achievements of Independence
• India and the Modern world
• India in the 18th century
• The British Rule in India
• Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
• Policies and impact of British rule
• Revolt against British rule
• Delhi Sultanate
• Mughals
• Bhakti and Sufi Movement
• British administration in India after 1857
• Changes in Economic life
• Globalization
• India and the United Nations
• United Nations- International agencies
• Foreign Policy of India
• India and its neighbors
• Indian constitution
• Parliament
• Criminal Justice System
• law and Social justice
• Secularism
• Secularism
• Development issues
• Agriculture
• Manufacturing Industries
• Human Resources
• Natural Disasters – Earthquake, Cyclone, Volcanoes, Floods