Telangana State Board Class 6 Exam

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  • Written by Rahul Khatake
  • Last Modified on 18-01-2023
  • Written by Rahul Khatake
  • Last Modified on 18-01-2023

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Telangana State Board of Secondary Education (TSBSE) is  the education board of the state of Telangana. It is responsible for administering and managing the education system from Classes 1 to 10. The state-level board was established in 2016 at Nampally, Hyderabad, to ensure proper discipline and quality in the primary and secondary level education in Telangana.

Some of the functions of the Telangana State Board of Secondary Education include  designing the course curriculum, prescribing the books for each subject, issue guidelines and affiliate schools which further need to abide by them. 

Exam Summary

The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Telangana, is governed by the State Council of Educational Research and Training, Telangana (SCERT). SCERT consists of a jury of experienced subject professionals. This panel sets the curriculum for all levels, from Classes 1 to 12.

Thus, the Class 6 syllabus is also prescribed by the same committee.  SCERT prescribes a total of six subjects for Class 6 under the Telangana State Board. That includes three languages and three core subjects. All three core subjects are offered in seven mediums – Telugu, Tamil, English, Hindi, Urdu, Kannada, and Marathi. BSE, Telangana gives liberty to students when it comes to choosing the first two languages. Mentioned below is the detailed description of the subjects.

First Language Telugu/Urdu/Hindi
Second Language Sanskrit/Urdu/Hindi/Telugu
Third Language English
Subject 1 Mathematics
Subject 2 General Science
Subject 3 Social

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Official Website Link

https://www.bsetelanganagov.in/

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January 29, 2022: The State Government of Telangana has ordered all the educational institutions of Telangana to reopen from February 1, 2022 including its schools and colleges owing to the decrease in Coronavirus cases in the state.

 

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

The state board sets the syllabus and only the board has the liberty to make changes to it. All students must check the syllabus carefully and then start their exam preparations. The syllabus of Class 6 may be vast, but is interesting as it lays the foundation for the basic concepts. If you start preparing for the examinations on time and with dedication, you can easily cover the entire syllabus on time. Here we have given a detailed syllabus for Mathematics, Science and Social Science.

Mathematics Syllabus

  • Chapter 1 – Knowing our Numbers
  • Chapter 2 – Whole numbers
  • Chapter 3 – Playing with Numbers
  • Chapter 4 – Negative Numbers and Integers
  • Chapter 5 – Fractions and Decimals
  • Chapter 6 – Introduction to Algebra
  • Chapter 7 – Simple Equations
  • Chapter 8 – Ratio and Proportion
  • Chapter 9 – Basic Geometrical Ideas (2-D)
  • Chapter 10 – Measures of Lines and Angles
  • Chapter 11 – Practical Geometry (Constructions)
  • Chapter 12 – Understanding 3D, 2D shapes
  • Chapter 13 – Symmetry (reflection)
  • Chapter 14 – Perimeter and Area
  • Chapter 15 – Data Handling  

General Science Syllabus

    • Chapter 1 – Our Food
    • Chapter 2 – Playing with Magnets
    • Chapter 3 – Rain – Where Does it Come From?
    • Chapter 4 – What do Animals Eat?
    • Chapter 5 – Materials and Things
    • Chapter 6 – Habitat
    • Chapter 7 – Separation of Substances
    • Chapter 8 – Fibre to Fabric
    • Chapter 9 – Plants: Parts and Functions
    • Chapter 10 – Changes Around Us
    • Chapter 11 – Water in Our Life
    • Chapter 12 – Simple Electric Circuits
    • Chapter 13 – Learning How to Measure
    • Chapter 14 – Movement in Animals
    • Chapter 15 – Light, Shadows and Images
    • Chapter 16 – Living and Nonliving

Social Science Syllabus

Theme I: Diversity on the Earth

  1. Reading and Making Maps
  2. Globe – A Model of the Earth
  3. Land Forms Penamakuru – A Village in the Krishna Delta
  4. Dokur Village on the Plateau
  5. Penugolu– A Tribal Village in the Hills
  6. From Gathering Food to Growing Food – The Earliest People


Theme II: Production, Exchange and Livelihoods

  1. Agriculture in Our Times
  2. Trade in Agricultural Produce – Part– A & Part – B


Theme III: Political Systems and Governance

  1. Community Decision Making in a Tribe
  2. Emergence of Kingdoms and Republics
  3. First Empires
  4. Democratic Government
  5. Village Panchayats
  6. Local Self – Government in Urban Areas


Theme IV: Social Organisation and Inequities

  1. Diversity in Our Society
  2. Towards Gender Equality


Theme V: Religion and Society

  1. Religion and Society in Early Times
  2. Devotion and Love Towards God  


Theme VI: Culture and Communication

  1. Language, Writing and Great Books
  2. Sculptures and Building

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

When the examinations are near, students naturally get anxious about their performance in the exams. However, with the right preparation tips and a dedicated approach, you can easily score well in the examination. We, at Embibe, have compiled a list of useful preparation tips for students of Class 6.

  • Study for a Minimum of 3 Hours

As a student of Class 6, you need to study for 3-4 hours every day in order to stay updated with the syllabus.  However, you should make sure that you don’t exhaust yourself in the process. Stay healthy while studying hard.

  • Revise Every Day

Studying new topics and concepts every day should not mean that you forget the previous ones. Revise what you study each day. A quick revision takes less than an hour but can help you memorise better and effectively. Make sure to mark all the important chapters and points, it will make your revision strategy stronger.

  • Take Short Notes

Take short notes of each and every important thing you come across while studying. Shorter notes will help you do a quick revision. Also, you can study those notes a day before the exam instead of going through the entire syllabus at a stretch. Notes will help you remember the basic concept and summary of every chapter in just a few minutes. Not only will this save you time, but will also give you a quick revision.

  • Make a Study Timetable

A timetable will help you strategise your preparation and learning in a more effective manner. A study timetable is always helpful to ensure you stay on track, remain stress-free, and don’t lag behind your peers.

Exam Taking Strategy

  • The main strategy for taking an exam and scoring well is that you first solve the easy questions, and then go on the ones you find difficult. This is considered to be an effective strategy as it helps you finish the exam on time and score good marks.
  • Another helpful strategy is that you read the whole question paper carefully from front to back. This is so that you don’t miss out on any questions. 
  • Try to attempt all the questions as school exams don’t have a negative marking scheme. 
  • Write answers in simple, understandable language. Don’t use complex sentences or words. 

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is the Class 6 final exam difficult?
Ans: No, you can easily pass the exam with good marks if you prepare efficiently and on time. Make sure you follow the preparation tips listed down by Embibe experts.

Q. How do I score full marks in my final examinations?
Ans: In order to get full marks in your exam, you must prepare the syllabus effectively and on time. Also, keep in mind the exam pattern. You can visit the ‘Preparation Tips’ section in this article to get more information. 

Q. Where can I find the recommended books to prepare?
Ans: You can find the best books to prepare in this article, or you can also visit Embibe for more details.

Q. How many chapters are there in General Science? Do I need to prepare for all the chapters?
Ans: There are a total of 16 chapters in General Science. Yes, you are supposed to prepare for all 16 chapters, as they are part of your exam syllabus. 

Q. Which are the subjects I can choose from for my second language?
Ans: You can choose either Sanskrit or Telugu, Hindi or Urdu for your second language. 

Q. Is there any platform I can practice mock questions before appearing for the exams?
Ans: You can practice mock questions for Class 6 free of cost at Embibe.

Dos and Donts

Q. Is the Class 6 final exam difficult?
Ans: No, you can easily pass the exam with good marks if you prepare efficiently and on time. Make sure you follow the preparation tips listed down by Embibe experts.

Q. How do I score full marks in my final examinations?
Ans: In order to get full marks in your exam, you must prepare the syllabus effectively and on time. Also, keep in mind the exam pattern. You can visit the ‘Preparation Tips’ section in this article to get more information. 

Q. Where can I find the recommended books to prepare?
Ans: You can find the best books to prepare in this article, or you can also visit Embibe for more details.

Q. How many chapters are there in General Science? Do I need to prepare for all the chapters?
Ans: There are a total of 16 chapters in General Science. Yes, you are supposed to prepare for all 16 chapters, as they are part of your exam syllabus. 

Q. Which are the subjects I can choose from for my second language?
Ans: You can choose either Sanskrit or Telugu, Hindi or Urdu for your second language. 

Q. Is there any platform I can practice mock questions before appearing for the exams?
Ans: You can practice mock questions for Class 6 free of cost at Embibe.

List of Educational Institutions

About Exam

List of Schools/Colleges

School Name Board Location
Zilla Parishad High School Government Kukatpally, Telangana
Government High School Government Somajiguda, Telangana
Government High School Government Vijaya Nagar Colony, Telangana
Government High School Government Zamistanpur, Telangana
Government High School Government Toli Chowki, Telangana
Government High School Government Brahmanwadi, Telangana
Government Girls Primary School Government Secunderabad, Telangana
Government Nehru Memorial High School Government Malakpet Colony, Telangana
Government High School Government Somajiguda, Telangana
Nanakramguda Government School Government NanakramGuda, Telangana
Government Boys Primary School Government Bholakpur, Telangana
Government School Government Vemulawada, Telangana

To know more about the schools in Telangana, click here.

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