MBSE HSSLC Result 2023: MBSE Result 2023 Class 12May 3, 2021
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The Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) is an autonomous government agency formed in 1975 by the Mizoram government under the Mizoram Board of School Education Act. The Board governs, regulates, supervises and manages higher secondary school education across Mizoram.
The Class 8 exam is a school-level exam, but it is the preparatory phase for the Class 10 board exam. The Board follows the curriculum per the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) guidelines, Mizoram. Read this article to get all the information about Mizoram Board Class 8 exam.
The MBSE follows Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for Class 8. The concepts taught in Class 8 are fundamental for higher classes. Therefore it is important to study rigorously and understand the concepts.
Before going any further, let us have a quick look at the overview of the Mizoram Board Class 8 Exam below.
|Exam||Mizoram Board Class 8|
|Name of Board||Mizoram Board of School Education|
|Level of the Exam||School-level|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Language Subjects||Mizo, English, and Hindi|
|Academic Subjects||Mathematics, Science, and Social Science|
|Vocational Subjects||IT, GK and WE/Art/HE|
|Medium of Exam||English|
The Mizoram Board follows the SCERT (State Council of Educational Research and Training) prescribed syllabus and texts. SCERT Mizoram developed its curriculum as per NCF 2005, not mainly focusing on rote learning, but focusing more on problem-solving and application learning.
Class 8 students should follow the syllabus to be aware of the Mizoram Board Class 8 topics that are included in each subject for a particular academic year. This article section discusses the Mizoram Board Class 8 syllabus for all the subjects.
The Class 8 Maths syllabus covers all the important topics for higher classes. It is crucial to get the concepts clear right from this stage. Students can check the syllabus below to start their preparation early.
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name|
|2||Linear Equations in One Variable|
|6||Squares and Square Roots|
|7||Cubes and Cube Root|
|9||Algebraic Expressions and Identities|
|10||Visualising Solid Shapes|
|12||Exponents and Powers|
|13||Direct and Inverse Proportions|
|15||Introduction to Graphs|
|16||Playing with Numbers|
Science is a subject that studies about the natural world, the interactions and inter-dependence between the organisms in it. It also has a variety of real-life applications in the higher classes. Students can check the detailed syllabus of the subject below.
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name|
|1||Crop Production and Management|
|2||Microorganisms: Friend and Foe|
|3||Synthetic Fibres and Plastics|
|4||Materials: Metals and Non-Metals|
|5||Coal and Petroleum|
|6||Combustion and Flame|
|7||Conservation of Plants and Animals|
|8||Cell — Structure and Functions|
|9||Reproduction in Animals|
|10||Reaching the Age of Adolescence|
|11||Force and Pressure|
|14||Chemical Effects of Electric Current|
|15||Some Natural Phenomena|
|17||Stars and The Solar System|
|18||Pollution of Air and Water|
The Class 8 Social Science is divided into three sections – History, Civics and Geography. The topics introduce students to the history of the people before the modern world, discusses the relationships between people and their environment, and their political aspects and rights in a society.
Below is a table with the topic-wise Social Science syllabus for class 8:
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name|
|1||How, When and Where|
|2||From Trade to Territory: The Company Establishes Power|
|3||Ruling the Countryside|
|4||Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age|
|5||When People Rebel|
|6||Colonialism and the City|
|7||Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners|
|8||Civilising the “Native”, Educating the Nation|
|9||Women, Caste and Reform|
|10||The Changing World of Visual Arts|
|11||The Making of the National Movement: 1870s – 1947|
|12||India after Independence|
|2||Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources|
|3||Mineral and Power Resources|
|Unit I: The Indian Constitution and Secularism|
|1||The Indian Constitution|
|Unit II: Parliament and the Making of Laws|
|3||Why do we need a Parliament?|
|Unit III: The Judiciary|
|6||Understanding Our Criminal Justice System|
|Unit IV: Social Justice and the Marginalised|
|Unit V: Economic Presence of the Government|
|10||Law and Social Justice|
English is one of the main language subjects included in the Class 8 curriculum for Mizoram Board. The syllabus is designed to help students develop English reading, writing and speaking skills. The table below mentions the English syllabus.
|Chapter No.||Honey Dew||It So Happened||Grammar|
|1||The Best Christmas Present in the World||How the Camel got his Hump||Order of Words and Clauses|
|2||The Tsunami||Children at work||Direct and Indirect Speech|
|3||Glimpses of the Past||The Selfish Giant||Active and Passive Voice|
|4||Bepin Choudhury’s Lapse of Memory||The Treasure within||Tenses|
|5||The Summit Within||Princess September||Noun|
|6||This is Jody’s Fawn||The Fight||Pronoun|
|7||A Visit to Cambridge||The Open Window||Verb|
|8||A Short Monsoon Diary||Jalebis||Adverb|
|9||The Great Stone Face – I||The Comet- I||Prepositions|
|10||The Great Stone Face – II||The Comet- II||Conjunction|
|11||The Ant and the Cricket||–||Phrases and Idioms|
|13||Macavity – The Mystery Cat||–||Comprehension Reading|
|14||The Last Bargain||–||Story|
|15||The School Boy||–||Formal and Informal Letters|
|16||The Duck and the Kangaroo||–||Diary Entry|
|17||When I Set Out For Lyonnesse||–||Essay|
|18||On the Grasshopper and Cricket||–||–|
Hindi is another language subject for Mizoram Board Class 8. Check the table below to get the detailed syllabus of the subject.
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name|
|1||बहुत बड़ा है यह संसार|
|2||आइजोल से फोन|
|10||ओलिंपिक और उसका महत्वा|
|12||संयुक्त राष्ट्र संघ|
|14||क्रिसमस का त्योहार|
|15||दिल्ली की सैर|
|16||मीठी वाणी बोलिए|
|19||छुटटी कॆ लिए आवेदन पत्र|
Students of all classes should always have a proper study plan to help them prepare for their exam in an efficient manner. Mizoram board Class 8 exam is an important phase to strengthen the fundamentals, which are helpful for the higher classes.
Therefore, students can refer to the study plan below to strategise their studies and kickstart their preparation
Class 8 students should have a study plan to ensure that students study strategically and grasp all the concepts. Here are a few exam preparation tips to help students prepare for their Class 6 exam:
Having a detailed study plan allows students to give equal importance and time to all the subjects included in their Class 8 curriculum. The experts at Embibe have prepared a study plan that students can benefit from.
Read on to get a detailed study plan that every Class 8 student can follow.
Q.1: Mizoram Board provides education in how many languages (medium)?
Ans: Mizoram Board provides education in the English medium.
Q.2: What are the main subjects in the Class 8 Mizoram Board?
Ans: The main subjects in Class 8 Mizoram Board are: Maths, Science, Social Science, English, Hindi, and Mizo.
Q.3: Who conducts the Class 8 exam in Mizoram?
Ans: The Class 8 exam in Mizoram is conducted at school level by the respective schools.
Q.4: Where can I get the syllabus for Mizoram Board Class 8?
Ans: Students can get the Mizoram Board Class 8 syllabus from this page.
Q.5: Is there a platform to practice questions for Mizoram Board Class 8?
Ans: Class 8 students of Mizoram Board can practice questions and take tests for free on Embibe.
There are around 615 high schools in Mizoram. The table given below shows some schools in Mizoram from 10 districts. Students can get the complete of schools from the official website.
|Sr. No.||School Name||District|
|1||Govt. Darlwan H/S||Aizawl|
|2||Govt. Pangzawl High School||Hnahthial|
|4||Govt. Bairabi High School||Kolasib|
|5||Govt. K.R High School||Mamit|
|6||Govt. Bungtlang High School||Sercchip|
|7||Govt. Bungzung High School||Champhai|
|8||Baptist Boarding School||Lawngtlai|
|9||Govt. Mara High School||Saiha|
|10||Govt. Eastern High School||Khawzawl|
Exams are one of the ways to gauge students’ knowledge, interests, and potential. To get promoted to the next class, students must pass the school-level exam. Apart from this, there are competitive exams to test the intellectual skills of students. Some of the competitive Olympiad exams to which Class 8 students can appear are:
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