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HP Board Class 7 Exam

About Exam

The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education or HPBoSE, Dharamshala was formed in 1969 by the Himachal Pradesh Act No. 14 of 1968 in the Vidhan Sabha of Himachal Pradesh. The board functions under the Directorate of Higher Education of the state with its headquarters at Dharamshala. At present, the board guides the following classes and courses: 10th, 10+2, J.B.T and T.T.C. Every year more than 5 lakhs students appear for the different examinations conducted by the HPBoSE.

The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education provides affiliation to the schools of Himachal Pradesh. The Board also prepares the curriculum for all classes, prescribes books that are to be studied by the students, conducts exams for Classes 10th and 12th and releases hall tickets before the exams. The board also publishes textbooks for classes from 1st to 12th.

HP Board Class 7 Exam Summary

HPBoSE is the exam conducting board and it conducts the exams as well as prescribes Class 7 curriculum. The Board has formed a committee of skilled subject matter experts to design the curriculum for various subjects. The committee creates full-fledged textbooks for Class 7 students as well. They are the sole authority for revising or updating Class 7 syllabus and textbooks.

For Class 7 HPBoSE, the respective schools have the right to design the question papers while adhering to the board’s norms and guidelines.

HPBoSE follows the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation(CCE) framework; according to the guidelines, CCE evaluates performance and growth through formative and Summative Assessments (FA) and Summative Assessments (SA). The assessment is based on three core subjects: Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and two languages. The first language is English, and the second language can be Hindi, Sanskrit or any of the regional languages.

HP Board Official Website

https://hpbose.org/Home.aspx

HP Board Class 7 Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

The examination is divided into two terms, the weightage of which is given below:

Term Assessment (%) Total (%)
formative Assessment (FA) Summative Assessments (SA)
Term I 10% 40% 50%
Term II 10% 40% 50%
Total 20% 80% 100%

HP Board Class 7 Exam Pattern Details - Total Time

Type of Assessment Duration
Formative Assessment 1.5 hours or 90 minutes
Summative Assessment 2.5 hours or 150 minutes

HP Board Class 7 Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

The Syllabus and subjects for class 7 are decided by the HPBoSE. But students have the freedom to select one language like Hindi, Sanskrit, foreign language or regional language, etc., out of two languages apart from English. The syllabus includes all the important topics from Science, Social Science, and Mathematics for the grade that is as per the standards of any other board or CBSE. Also, the syllabus is continuously updated to meet the new standards. 

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Mathematics

The NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) syllabus helps to focus learners on realising that mathematics relates to our experiences and is used in daily life. It emphasises the development of mathematical understanding and thinking in the child.

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter
Chapter 1 Integers
Chapter 2 Fractions and Decimals
Chapter 3 Data Handling
Chapter 4 Simple Equations
Chapter 5 Lines and Angles
Chapter 6 The Triangle and its Properties
Chapter 7 Congruence of Triangles
Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities
Chapter 9 Rational Numbers
Chapter 10 Practical Geometry
Chapter 11 Perimeter and Area
Chapter 12 Algebraic Expressions
Chapter 13 Exponents and Powers
Chapter 14 Symmetry
Chapter 15 Visualizing Solid Shapes

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Science

The NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) syllabus is framed so that learners can understand the concepts without any burden by focusing on interesting activities, experiments, projects, etc. 

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter
Chapter 1 Nutrition in Plants
Chapter 2 Nutrition in Animals
Chapter 3 Fibre to Fabric
Chapter 4 Heat
Chapter 5 Acids, Bases, and Salts
Chapter 6 Physical and Chemical Changes
Chapter 7 Weather, Climate and Adaptation of Animals to Climate
Chapter 8 Winds, Storms, and Cyclones
Chapter 9 Soil
Chapter 10 Respiration in Organisms
Chapter 11 Transportation in Animals and Plants
Chapter 12 Reproduction in Plants
Chapter 13 Motion and Time
Chapter 14 Electric Current and Its Effects
Chapter 15 Light
Chapter 16 Water: A Precious Resource
Chapter 17 forest: Our Lifeline
Chapter 18 Waste Water Story

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Social Science

Social Science is a fundamental part of general education since it aims to develop an empirical, reasonable and humane outlook. The Social Science NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) curriculum draws its content mainly from Civics, History, and Geography.

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter Section
Chapter 1 On Equality Civic
Chapter 2 Role of Government in Health
Chapter 3 How the State Government Works
Chapter 4 Growing Up as Boys and Girls
Chapter 5 Women Change the World
Chapter 6 Understanding Media
Chapter 7 Understanding Advertising
Chapter 8 Markets Around Us
Chapter 9 A Shirt in the Market
Chapter 10 Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years History
Chapter 11 New Kings and Kingdoms
Chapter 12 The Delhi Sultans
Chapter 13 The Mughal Empire
Chapter 14 Rulers and Buildings
Chapter 15 Towns, Traders, and Craftsperson
Chapter 16 Tribes, Nomads, and Settled Communities
Chapter 17 Devotional Paths to the Divine
Chapter 18 The Making of Regional Cultures
Chapter 19 Eighteenth- Century Political formations
Chapter 20 Environment Geography
Chapter 21 Inside Our Earth
Chapter 22 Our Changing Earth
Chapter 23 Air
Chapter 24 Water
Chapter 25 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Chapter 26 Human Environment Settlement, Transport and Communication.
Chapter 27 Human Environment and Interaction – The Tropical and Subtropical Region
Chapter 28 Life in Temperate Grasslands
Chapter 29 Life in the Deserts

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 English

The NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) English syllabus is constructed so that it promotes language growth, vocabulary development through reading extensively with comprehension and interest and writing activities of a higher order. HPBoSE Class 7 has two NCERT prescribed textbooks. The books are Honeycomb and An Alien Head Supplementary reader.

Syllabus of Honeycomb

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter
Chapter 1 Three Questions
Chapter 2 A Gift of Chappals
Chapter 3 Gopal and the Hilsa Fish
Chapter 4 The Ashes that Made Trees Bloom
Chapter 5 Quality
Chapter 6 Expert Detectives
Chapter 7 The Invention of Vita – Wonk
Chapter 8 Fire Friend and Foe
Chapter 9 A Bicycle in Good Repair
Chapter10 The Story of Cricket
Chapter Name of the Poem
Chapter 11 The Squirrel
Chapter 12 The Rebel
Chapter 13 The Shed
Chapter 14 Chivvy
Chapter 15 Trees
Chapter 16 Mystery of the Talking Fan
Chapter 17 Dad and the Cat and the Tree
Chapter 18 Meadow Surprises
Chapter 19 Garden Snake

Syllabus of Alien Hand

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter
Chapter 1 The Tiny Teacher
Chapter 2 Bringing Up Kari
Chapter 3 The Desert
Chapter 4 The Cop and the Anthem
Chapter 5 Golu Grows A Nose
Chapter 6 I Want something In The Cage
Chapter 7 Chandni
Chapter 8 The Bear Story
Chapter 9 A Tiger In The House
Chapter10 An Alien Hand

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7  English Grammar

Apart from this, Grammar is also an important part of the English Syllabus. The topics included under the English Grammar section are:

  • Determiners
  • Linking Words,
  • Adverbs (place and type)
  • Tense forms
  • Clauses
  • Passivisation
  • Adjectives (Comparative and Superlative)
  • Modal Auxiliaries
  • Word order in sentence types
  • Reported speech

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Hindi

The Syllabus for HPBoSE Class 7 Hindi comprises Grammar, Composition and Literature (Prose and Poetry). The students must know the HPBoSE Class 7 Syllabus for Hindi. On this page, we have provided all the important topics or chapters for Hindi Class 7. It will be beneficial for those students who want to prepare well for Hindi. Make sure to go through the HPBoSE Class 7 Hindi Syllabus well.

HPBoSE Class 7 Hindi Syllabus has been divided into the following sections:

  • Hindi Syllabus for Vasant
  • Hindi Syllabus for Durva
  • Hindi Grammar Syllabus

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Hindi (Vasant Book)

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter
Chapter-1 हम पंछी उन्मुक्त गगन क
Chapter-2 दादी माँ
Chapter-3 हिमालय की बेटियां
Chapter-4 कठपुतली
Chapter-5 मीठाईवाला
Chapter-6 रक्त और हमारा शरीर
Chapter-7 पापा खो गए
Chapter-8 शाम एक किशान
Chapter-9 चिड़िया की बच्ची
Chapter-10 अपूर्व अनुभव
Chapter-11 रहीम की दोहे
Chapter-12 कंचा
Chapter-13 एक तिनका
Chapter-14 खानपान की बदलती तस्वीर
Chapter-15 नीलकंठ
Chapter-16 भोर और बरखा
Chapter-17 वीर कुवर सिंह
Chapter-18 संघर्ष के कराण मैं तुनुकमिजाज हो गया धनराज
Chapter-19 आश्रम का अनुमानित व्यय
Chapter-20 विप्लव गायन

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Hindi (Mahabharat Book)

Bal Mahabharat Katha.

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Hindi (Durva Book)

Chapter Number Name of the Chapter
Chapter-1 चिड़िया और चुरुंगुन
Chapter-2 सबसे सुंदर लड़की
Chapter-3 मैं हूँ रोबोट
Chapter-4 गुब्बारे पर चीता
Chapter-5 थोड़ी धरती पाऊँ
Chapter-6 गारो
Chapter-7 पुस्तकें जो अमर हैं
Chapter-8 काबुलीवाला
Chapter-9 विश्वेश्वरैया
Chapter-10 हम धरती के लाल
Chapter-11 पोंगल
Chapter-12 शहीद झलकारीबाई
Chapter-13 नृत्यांगना सुधा चंद्रन
Chapter-14 पानी और धूप
Chapter-15 गीत

HPBoSE Syllabus for Class 7 Hindi Grammar

HPBoSE Class 7 Hindi Grammar Syllabus HPBoSE Class 7 Hindi Grammar Syllabus
भाषा और व्याकरण क्रिया
वर्ण विचार काल
शब्द विचार वाच्य
वर्तनी अव्यय
संज्ञा संधि
लिंग (संज्ञा के विकार) समास
वचन उपसर्ग एवं प्रत्यय
कारक वाक्य
सर्वनाम वाक्य अशुद्धियाँ एवं संशोधन
विशेषण विराम-चिह्न
शब्द-भंडार मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्तियाँ

Textbooks for HPBoSE Class 7

Subject Name of the Book
Mathematics Mathematics Textbook
Science SCIENCE TEXTBOOK for CLASS VII
Social science Social and Political Life-II
Our Pasts-II TEXTBOOK IN HISTORY for CLASS VII
Our Environment Textbook in Geography for Class VII
English Honeycomb TEXTBOOK IN ENGLISH for CLASS VII
An Alien Hand – Supplementary Reader In English for Class VII
Hindi Vasanth
  Durva
  Mahabharat

HP Board Class 7 Practical/Experiments List

Practical/Experiments list for HPBoSE Grade 7 Science:

  • Experiment on the need for light, green leaf for photosynthesis, looking at any saprophyte/parasite and noting differences from a green plant.
  • Activity on the effect of saliva on starch, the permanent slide of Amoeba.
  • Collection of different samples of woollen and silk cloth. Activities to differentiate natural silk and wool from artificial fibres.
  • Experiment to show that ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ are relative. Experiments to show conduction, convection and radiation
  • Reading a thermometer.
  • Testing solutions of common substances like sugar, salt, vinegar, lime juice, etc., with turmeric, litmus, china rose. Activity to show neutralisation.
  • Experiments involving chemical reactions like rusting of iron, neutralisation (vinegar and baking soda), displacement of Cu from CuSO4 etc.
  • Making crystals of easily available substances like urea, alum, copper sulphate etc., using supersaturated solutions and evaporation.
  • Graph for daily changes in temperature, day length, humidity etc.; the texture of various soils by wetting and rolling; absorption/percolation of water in different soils, which soil can hold more water.
  • Experiment to show plants and animals respire; rate of breathing; what do we breathe out? What do plants ‘breathe’ out? Respiration in seeds; heat release due to respiration. Anaerobic respiration, root respiration.
  • Translocation of water in stems, demonstration of transpiration, measurement of pulse rate, heartbeat; after exercise etc.
  • Discussion on dialysis, importance; experiment on dialysis using egg membrane.
  • Study of tuber, corm, bulb, etc; budding in yeast; T.S./ L.S. ovaries, w.m.pollen grains; comparison of wind-pollinated and insect-pollinated flowers; observing fruit and seed development in some plants; collection and discussion of fruits/seeds dispersed by different means.
  • Observing and analysing motion (slow or fast) of common objects on land, in air, water and space. Measuring the distance covered by objects moving on a road in a given time and calculating their speeds. Plotting distance vs time graphs for uniform motion. Measuring the time taken by moving objects to cover a given distance and calculating their speeds. The constancy of the time period of a pendulum.
  • Activities to show the heating effect of electric current and making a fuse.
  • Activity to show that a current-carrying wire has an effect on a magnet.
  • Making a simple electromagnet activity.
  • Identifying situations in daily life where electromagnets are used.
  • Demonstration of working of an electric bell.
  • Making wind speed and wind direction indicators. Activity to show “lift” due to moving air.
  • Observation of the source of light through a straight tube, a bent tube.
  • Observing the reflection of light on a wall or white paper screen.
  • Open-ended activities allowing children to explore images made by different objects and recording observations.
  • Making the disc and rotating it.
  • Case study of people living in conditions of extreme scarcity of water, how they use water in a judicious way.
  • Projects exploring various kinds of water resources that exist in nature in different regions in India; variations of water availability in different regions.
  • Case study of forests.
  • Survey of the neighbourhood, identifying locations with open drains, stagnant water, and possible contamination of groundwater by sewage. Tracing the route of sewage in your building, and trying to understand whether there are any problems in sewage.

HP Board Class 7 Preparation Tips

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Here are a few exam preparation tips for students’ reference:

  • To score better marks in HBoSE school examination or any competitive Examination, a detailed strategy and study plans are necessary.
  • One should be aware of one’s strengths and weaknesses concerning all the subjects.
  • One should keep a confident attitude and begin the preparation on time.
  • For the chapters that include calculations, we should try to write and practice most of them ourselves. For example, many mathematics chapters may contain problems that involve calculations, in such type of questions, we should avoid using calculators. This will increase our calculation speed and accuracy.
  • If at any time one gets stuck or faces any difficulties in understanding any concept, then We at Embibe are always there to get you through all the obstacles as we provide best video lectures and substantial solved questions, this helps you understand even the most difficult concepts.
  • The golden rule is to distribute the syllabus evenly and study every day regularly. We should keep the days near the exam only for revisions.
  • Never shy away from getting your doubts clarified. It is completely fine not to know something and make mistakes. We at Embibe offer a variety of tools and innovative methods to explain every concept thoroughly.
  • Every subject is interesting and equally important. Never neglect any of the subjects or chapters.
  • One should be very consistent and track the learning and progress on a day-to-day basis. This will let one have plenty of time for revision before the exam.
  • Attempt several Mock Tests to get accustomed to the test pattern of the exam.

HP Board Class 7 Exam Taking Strategy

Students can follow the points given below for exam taking strategy:

  • To avoid a last-minute rush, we must get ready and arrive for the examination at least 15 minutes early. This will help us to keep a calm and relaxed composure.
  • Have a time management strategy ready before attempting the paper.
  • Be confident and keep a calm and relaxed composure throughout the exam.
  • Read the entire question paper before starting to write the answer and attempt the question that you know for sure on priority and leave the questions that you have doubt for the latter.
  • Don’t waste too much time thinking and reading the question. If you get stuck mid-way while attempting the question, skip and keep that question for later.
  • Please pay special attention numbering the question while attempting to answer it.
  • Never leave any question unanswered even if you don’t know the exact answer. Try to write something that you know is related to the question but only do this if you have an excess of time.
  • Read the instructions written in the question paper very carefully.
  • Before submitting the answer sheet, try to go through all the solutions and check if you have answered all the questions and nothing is left unanswered.
  • Take several extra pens, erasers, pencils and ensure all the instruments you may need in the examination, like a geometry box.

HP Board Class 7 Detailed Study Plan

A detailed study plan is a well-structured plan for proper utilization of the study time. This will help to be more efficient in studies. Follow the study plan below for reference:

  • It is always better to create a timetable for studying each day. One should devote at least four to five hour on self-study daily.
  • Develop a habit of writing. It is a proven fact that we tend to memorize things faster when we write them down.
  • While studying any subject, try to connect them to real-life situations. This will help to understand and grasp concepts better and faster.
  • Embibe has created interesting and creative videos and practice sessions on 7th HPBoSE topics, and if one needs a better understanding of all the concepts, then it is highly recommended to use Embibe and get the most out of the learning journey.

FAQs on HP Board Class 7

Freaquently Asked Questions

Q.1: How many subjects are there in HPBoSE Class 7?
Ans: In Grade 7, there are a total of fourteen subjects to choose from. It consists of three core subjects: mathematics, science and social science and two languages, English and one optional language like Hindi, Sanskrit, regional languages, foreign languages, etc.

Q.2: Are the board exams held for HPBoSE Class 7?
Ans: No, there are no board exams for Class 7th. The students are evaluated by the school level administration adhering to the norms of the HPBoSE.

Q.3: How many language subjects are there in HPBoSE Class 7?
Ans. There are two languages for HPBoSE Class 7, one is English that is compulsory, and the other one can be chosen from Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, or any other regional language.

Q.4: Which is the best site to download the HPBoSE Class 7 books?
Ans: Embibe is an excellent platform that offers and fulfils every student’s requirement throughout their learning journey. Embibe provides all the books and material required for Class 7th.

Q.5: How many chapters are there in Class 7 Science book for the English medium?
Ans: There are 18 chapters in the English medium book of Class 7.

Q.6: How many chapters are there in Class 8 Hindi Medium Science book?
Ans: There are 18 chapters in the Class 7 Science book of Hindi medium.

HP Board Class 7 List of Educational Institutes

About Exam

At present, more than 8000 schools are affiliated with the HPBoSE. The board has set up more than 1846 Examination centres throughout the state:

Serial Number School Name and Location
1. Government Senior Secondary School, Baragaon, Shimla
2. Government Senior Secondary School
3. Munish Bahali, Rampur
4. Kendriya Vidyalaya, Keylong
5. Kendriya Vidyalaya Jakhoohills Shimla
6. Kendriya Vidyalaya Jutogh Cantt, Shimla
7. Sainik School, Sujanpur Tira
8. Kasauli International Public School
9. Government Senior Secondary School, Rajwari
10. Hainault Public School, Shimla
11. M.S Public School, Malot
12. Aadhunik Public School, Sindhbari
13. Abdul Rehman School, Shimla
14. Government High School, Shimla
15. Shimla Public School, Shimla Dhami Public School, Dhamia
16. Alpine Public School, Nalagarh
17. Sacred Heart Sr. Sec. School, Sidhpur
18. Kasauli International Public School, Dharampur
19. Govind Memorial Model Public School Chail, Kangar Kothi
20. Gandhir Public School, Gandhir

HP Board Class 7 List of Future Exams

Similar

List of Future Exam

Aside from this school-level exam, there are a number of national and international competitive examinations held every year. Students' confidence and enthusiasm in subjects are boosted by these tests.

Some of the competitive exams for which students can appear are:

  • International Science Olympiad (ISO)
  • International Maths Olympiad (IMO)
  • English International Olympiad (EIO)
  • General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO)
  • International Computer Olympiad (ICO)
  • International Drawing Olympiad (IDO)
  • National Essay Olympiad (NESO)
  • National Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO)


1. National Talent Search Examination or NTSE

  • It is one of the most prominent competitive examinations for students at a national level. The aim of NTSE is to identify students with extraordinary intelligence and academic talent. Students who pass this two-tier test are awarded a full-year financial scholarship.
  • Subjects: Science, Mathematics, Social Science, Mental Ability and General Awareness
  • Conducting Body: National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)

2. National Level Science Talent Search Exam or NLSTSE

  • From grades II to XII, this diagnostic test identifies gifted students. These tests offer intriguing questions that need critical thinking rather than rote memorisation, as with traditional methods. NSTSE gives a thorough skill-by-skill assessment, emphasising students' strengths and deficiencies.
  • Subjects: Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Questions
  • Conducting Body: Unified Council

3. Indian National Olympiad (INO)

  • Olympiads are a multi-stage process funded financially by the Indian government. The NSE (National Standard Examination), which is held for each topic and is fully controlled and managed by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers, is the first stage of the Indian National Olympiad (IAPT). HBCSE, on the other hand, is in charge of the next four stages.
  • These are held in five stages, that are as follows:
    • Stage I: National Standard Examination (NSE)
    • Stage II: Indian National Olympiad
    • Stage III: Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC)
    • Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT)
    • Stage V: Participation in International Olympiad
  • Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy and Junior Science
  • Conducting Body: Jointly conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) & Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE)

4. Science Olympiad Foundation

  • This non-profit organisation, founded by prominent academicians, scientists, and media figures, holds a competitive test for students in grades I to XII. Separate tests are held by the foundation for topics such as Computer Science(National Cyber Olympiad), Math (International Maths Olympiad), Science (National Science Olympiad), and English (National English Olympiad) (International English Olympiad).
  • Subjects: Science, mathematics, computer education, English, sports and professional courses
  • Conducting Body: Science Olympiad Foundation

5. GeoGenius

  • GeoGenius has set out on a quest to pique students’ interest in Geography and raise public knowledge and awareness on the subject. These exams are open to students in classes II to XII.

6. Kishore Vigyan Protsahan Yojana or KVPY

  • The Department of Science and Technology conducts a national level competitive test in Basic Sciences for students in grades XI and XII. The chosen candidates would be eligible for admission to the Indian Institute for Science Education and Research's five-year integrated MS programme and also entitled to scholarship. The program's goal is to find students who have a natural flair for research and higher studies.
  • Conducted Body (funded by): Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India

7. Silverzone Olympiads

  • The Silverzone Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to raising academic awareness among school students in India and worldwide. It is held in many disciplines for students in grades I to XII and guarantees that they achieve not only on professional or career levels but also on social levels. These tests also promote different skills like creative thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Subject: Computer, Mathematics, Science and English Language
  • Conducted by: Silverzone Foundation

8. National Interactive Maths Olympiad or NIMO

  • This national-level test is for students in grades V to XII, intending to reduce the fear of arithmetic from students' minds. It assesses their mathematical abilities. By adding interactive events such as interactive Olympiads, workshops, and seminars, NIMO makes Maths more enjoyable.
  • Subjects: Math
  • Conducting Body: Eduheal Foundation

9. National Biotechnology Olympiad or NBO

  • This test consists of 50 questions for 50 points and is open to grades I to XII from all disciplines. Many schools have praised it for its Biotechnology Activity Books & Work Books, in addition to its yearly e-newspapers. It aims to motivate the younger minds to learn more about biotechnology concerns and raise awareness among them.
  • Subjects: Math
  • Conducting Body: Eduheal foundation

10. Asset (Assessment of Scholastic Skills Through Educational Testing)

  • It's a skill-based assessment exam that has been scientifically created to break free from the notion of rote learning. It is intended for students in grades III to X, and it assesses how well pupils have grasped the school curriculum. These tests are based on the curriculum of the CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, and major state boards.
  • Subjects: English, Mathematics and Science (Social Studies and Hindi – Optional)
  • Conducting Body: Educational Initiatives Pvt. Ltd.

HP Board Class 7 Career Skills

Prediction

Career Skills

Listening skills, Understanding diversity in the workplace, research skills, language skills, leadership skills, planning, being emotionally balanced, self-survey, exploring knowledge, communication skills, etc., are as important as academic performance, and these can only be developed by interactive team activities and projects that require a team effort and leadership skills.

Career Prospects/Which Stream To Choose

Class 7th is still early to choose the career prospect, but still, it paves the way to the interests that a student will have that plays a crucial role in career prospects in the future. It is important to present the concepts so that students enjoy the learning process and grow an interest in academics.

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