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  • Last Modified on 26-01-2023
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  • Last Modified on 26-01-2023

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is the state education board of Madhya Pradesh. It was established as per the Madhya Pradesh Secondary Education Act of 1965. The primary goal of MPBSE is to improve and increase the effectiveness of education for the educational institutions that are affiliated with MPBSE. The MP Board examinations, administered by the MPBSE, assess students’ academic performance at two levels: Higher School Certificate (HSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC).

Class 7 offers students detailed learning based on concepts introduced in Class 6. As students begin to study Indian history and social situations, their knowledge and skills related to the world around them grow. Class 7 is an excellent time for teachers to help students clear up any misconceptions about fundamental concepts. Class 7 students are evaluated in both scholastic (academic) and co-scholastic (skills and values) areas.

Madhya Pradesh State Board’s functions include:

  • Conducting state-level examinations for high school and intermediate students.
  • Allowing schools throughout the state to affiliate and be recognised.
  • Creating courses, developing curricula, and supplying books and other materials to affiliated schools.
  • Providing examinations similar to other boards.

Exam Summary

The MPBSE establishes the Class 7 curriculum. To design the curriculum for various subjects, the board formed a committee of skilled subject matter experts. The committee develops full-fledged textbooks and a curriculum for students in Class 7. The Board is the only authority to revise or update the Class 7 syllabus and textbooks.

The respective schools have the autonomy to design the question papers for class 7 MPBSE while adhering to the norms and guidelines as suggested by the board.

According to the guidelines, three-unit tests and three-terminal exams assess performance as well as growth for students studying in grade 7. The exam is based on three important subjects: mathematics, science, social science, and two languages. One of the available languages is English, and the other can be any one of the languages such as Hindi, Urdu or Sanskrit.

The Madhya Pradesh Exam for Class 7 is an internal school level exam. This is not a board exam. This exam is open to any student who has been accepted into grade 7 at any Madhya Pradesh Board affiliated school. This exam is one of the most important in a student’s life because it determines his or her career path.

Official Website Link

mpbse.nic.in

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

It is significantly necessary for the students to get accustomed to the syllabus as it allows them to understand the topics covered in the syllabus better. The syllabus allows a student to focus their efforts and attention on their strengths and weaknesses significantly. If students start studying at random, picking any topic, students might get nowhere and may feel lost in the process. Students are unable to keep track of what they have studied and which topics do they need to focus on. Keeping track of what students have studied and how much of a gap there is plays a significant role in every student’s life. It teaches them to be disciplined and sincere.

The Madhya Pradesh Board of School Education (MPBSE) develops the Class 7 Syllabus, which contains all of the topics that must be covered during that academic session. The majority of the important topics in Science, Social Science, and Mathematics are covered in the class 7th MPBSE syllabus. Aside from these major topics, the curriculum includes the English language and any other secondary language chosen by the student. All of the topics are covered in an engaging manner so that students do not become bored while learning.

The following is the syllabus for each subject:

Class 7 MPBSE Maths Syllabus

The syllabus for MPBSE Maths is structured in a way that every student can engage in the learning process with absolute ease. The topics that are introduced to them in grade 7 helps to create a strong foundation for the higher grades. Students can find the Maths syllabus for Class 7 MPBSE Board listed as follows:

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 Visualising Solid Shapes

Class 7 MPBSE Science Syllabus

The syllabus for MPBSE Science is structured in a way that every student can engage in the learning process with absolute ease. The topics that are introduced to them in grade 7 helps to create a strong foundation for the higher grades. Students can find the Science syllabus for Class 7 MPBSE Board listed as follows:

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

Class 7 MPBSE Social Science Syllabus

MPBSE Class 7 Social Science is divided into three books which are as follows:

  1. History
  2. Geography
  3. Civics.

The syllabus for MPBSE Social Science is structured in a way that every student can engage in the learning process with absolute ease. The topics that are introduced to them in grade 7 helps to create a strong foundation for the higher grades. Students can find the Social Science syllabus for Class 7 MPBSE Board listed as follows:

Chapter Number History Geography Civics
Chapter 1 Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years Environment On Equality
Chapter 2 New Kings and Kingdoms Inside Our Earth Role of Government in Health
Chapter 3 The Delhi Sultans Our Changing Earth How the State Government Works
Chapter 4 The Mughal Empire Air Growing Up as Boys and Girls
Chapter 5 Rulers and Buildings Water Women Change the World
Chapter 6 Towns, Traders, and Craftsperson Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Understanding Media
Chapter 7 Tribes, Nomads, and Settled Communities Human Environment Settlement, Transport and Communication. Markets Around Us
Chapter 8 Devotional Paths to the Divine Human Environment and Interaction – The Tropical and Subtropical Region A Shirt in the Market
Chapter 9 The Making of Regional Cultures Life in the Deserts Struggle for Equality
Chapter 10 Eighteenth-Century Political Formations    

Class 7 MPBSE English Syllabus

The syllabus for MPBSE English is structured in a way that every student can engage in the learning process with absolute ease. The topics that are introduced to them in grade 7 helps to create a strong foundation for the higher grades. Students can find the English syllabus for Class 7 MPBSE Board listed as follows:

The books are Honeycomb and An Alien Head (Supplementary reader). 

The 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 Number 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

The 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

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

Class 7 MPBSE Hindi Syllabus

MPBSE Class 7 Hindi Syllabus has been divided into the following sections – 

  1. Hindi Syllabus For Vasant
  2. Hindi Syllabus For Durva
  3. Hindi Grammar Syllabus

The syllabus for MPBSE Hindi is structured in a way that every student can engage in the learning process with absolute ease. The topics that are introduced to them in grade 7 helps to create a strong foundation for the higher grades. Students can find the Hindi syllabus for Class 7 MPBSE Board listed as follows:

MPBSE 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

MPBSE 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

MPBSE Syllabus for Class 7 Hindi Grammar

  • 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

Practical/Experiments list & Model writeup

  1. Experiment on the need for light, green leaf for photosynthesis, looking at any saprophyte/parasite and noting differences from a green plant.
  2. Activity on the effect of saliva on starch, the permanent slide of Amoeba.
  3. Collection of different samples of woollen and silk cloth. Activities to differentiate natural silk and wool from artificial fibres.
  4. Experiment to show that ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ are relative. Experiments to show conduction, convection and radiation
  5. Reading a thermometer.
  6. Testing solutions of common substances like sugar, salt, vinegar, lime juice, etc., with turmeric, litmus, china rose. Activity to show neutralisation.
  7. Experiments involving chemical reactions like rusting of iron, neutralisation (vinegar and baking soda), displacement of Cu from CuSO4 etc.
  8. Making crystals of easily available substances like urea, alum, copper sulphate etc., using supersaturated solutions and evaporation.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Translocation of water in stems, demonstration of transpiration, measurement of pulse rate, heartbeat; after exercise etc.
  12. Discussion on dialysis, importance; experiment on dialysis using egg membrane.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. Activities to show the heating effect of electric current and making a fuse.
  16. Activity to show that a current-carrying wire has an effect on a magnet.
  17. Making a simple electromagnet activity.
  18. Identifying situations in daily life where electromagnets are used.
  19. Demonstration of working of an electric bell.
  20. Making wind speed and wind direction indicators. Activity to show “lift” due to moving air.
  21. Observation of the source of light through a straight tube, a bent tube. 
  22. Observing the reflection of light on a wall or white paper screen.
  23. Open-ended activities allow children to explore images made by different objects and record observations.
  24. Making the disc and rotating it.
  25. Case study of people living in conditions of extreme scarcity of water, how they use water in a judicious way.
  26. Projects exploring various kinds of water resources that exist in nature in different regions in India; variations of water availability in different regions.
  27. Case study of forests.
  28. 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.

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

  1. To get good grades in the exam, you must have a detailed strategy and a study plan.
  2. One should be aware of their own strengths and weaknesses and prepare accordingly. 
  3. Maintain a positive attitude and begin early and maintain a positive attitude at all times.
  4. Try to practise the numericals as much as possible in chapters that require calculations. Mathematics, for example, has problems that require numerous calculations; thus, it is preferable to practise and solve them on paper.
  5. We at Embibe are here to assist you if you are having difficulty with the 7th MPBSE syllabus. You can always rely on our platform to help you learn complex concepts and solve difficult problems.
  6. Always stick to a schedule that allows you to study every day without putting too much pressure on yourself.
  7. When you’re confused, don’t be afraid to ask your teachers or elders for help, or you can even use the EMBIBE. They will be able to answer all of your questions.
  8. Try to develop an interest in each subject so that you will not be bored or feel obligated to study them.
  9. Never forget that nothing is impossible. The word itself implies that I am possible.
  10. Try to study every day in order to finish all of the topics before the exam; don’t leave a lot to be covered right before the exam.

Exam Taking Strategy

  1. Complete the entire syllabus in advance by studying and revising it thoroughly.
  2. Stay calm and arrive on time for exams so you can take a breather and avoid the last-minute rush.
  3. Plan how to make the most of the allotted exam time.
  4. Don’t worry, and try to maintain a positive attitude while taking the exam and answering as many questions as possible.
  5. Don’t waste time reading and answering questions about which you are unsure. Instead of answering the questions in the order given, you can first write the answers to the questions about which you are certain, and then attempt the questions about which you are unsure.
  6. Take care with the question numbers and make sure they are correctly marked in the answer sheets.
  7. Make an effort not to leave any questions unanswered. You can write down the given information as well as the possible steps for the questions you are unsure about.
  8. Before beginning to answer the exam, make certain that you have read all of the instructions.
  9. During the examination, pay close attention to all of the instructions given by the invigilator.
  10. Before handing over the answer sheets to the invigilator, double-check that the numbering of each question is correct and that you have correctly entered your name and roll number.

Detailed Study plan

  1. A detailed study plan is a well-structured plan created by students that include their learning objectives as well as time allocation.
  2. It is preferable to set aside time for studying each day. Spend four to five hours per day on well-planned studies by yourself.
  3. If you are studying mathematics, you will almost certainly need a pen and paper to write down and practise the mathematical problems.
  4. As you study each subject, relate it to a real-life situation. It will help you remember each concept more easily.
  5. Embibe has created engaging videos and practice sessions on all of the 7th topics, which you can use to gain a better understanding of all the concepts.

Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

Counselling students must be encouraged, supported, and given the tools that they are in need of to succeed in school while also contributing to their local and global communities. A proactive approach to ensuring that children learn important skills and habits will benefit their personal development. Individual and group seminars, as well as classroom instruction, are used to provide preventative education. This curriculum has been created to meet the needs of our children as they progress through their developmental stages. In order to perform well on a test, it is critical to maintaining complete focus during classes and lectures. As well as starting the planning process on the first day.

  • It is critical to combine hard work with strategic thinking. A well-planned strategy is essential.
  • Work on your weaknesses more and review your strengths on a regular basis.
  • Revision is essential when studying for any exam.
  • Seek clarification from your instructors, parents, or friends at all times. Make a list of all of your concerns.
  • Maintaining a healthy mental state may be aided by eating a well-balanced diet and staying physically fit.

Parent/Gaurdian counselling

Every child learns at his or her own pace and in their own way. Each child possesses an extraordinary capacity for learning and achievement. As a parent, you must foster your child’s enthusiasm and unconditionally accept his performance. Help your child resolve conflicts at school, in academics, and with peers.

  • Parents and guardians must be patient and set reasonable expectations for their children.
  • They must not overburden or put undue strain on the child.
  • Comparisons between their children and other students should be avoided by parents. Each child has his or her own set of interests, learning styles, and abilities.
  • Parents should keep their children’s mental health and goals in mind. They should also be aware of his peer group and monitor the child’s progress on a frequent basis.

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Is there any board exam for class 7th Madhya Pradesh Board?
A. No, students are evaluated based on their performance in school-level exams and the CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation). 

Q2. Are there any other exams for children in MPBSE Class 7?
A. Yes, students can take a variety of competitive exams in addition to school-level exams: Olympiads, Indian School Talent Search Exams (ISTSEs), and other competitive examinations.

Q3. What books should I read to prepare for the MPBSE Class 7 examinations?
A. 
Students can use Embibe to find the best book recommendations for their MPBSE Class 7 exams. 

Q4. Do you have any MPBSE Class 7 mock tests or practice questions?
A. Yes, Embibe allows you to take free practice questions and mock exams. We also provide study materials selected by subject matter experts.

Q5: What are the best strategies for students to succeed in the MPBSE Class 7 exams?
A. In order to perform well in the MPBSE class 7 examinations, students must study extensively and review concepts daily. They should also take practise and mock tests to boost their confidence.

Q6. What are some of the best MPBSE Class 7 study tips?
A.
Covering the entire syllabus and practising the questions for a thorough understanding of the concepts are two of the most important preparation suggestions for students.

Q7. For which competitive examinations are MPBSE Class 7 students eligible?
A. MPBSE Class 7 students are eligible to take a variety of competitive examinations. NSTSE, NIMO, GeoGenius, NBTO, and other olympiads are among them.

Q8. In MPBSE Class 7, how many language subjects are there?
A.
For MPBSE Class 7, there are two language subjects; English is a required language subject, and the other can be of the student’s choice (Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, or any other regional language that the particular school offers).

Q9. How can I prepare for the Class 7th examinations?
A.
The best way to prepare for your Class 7 exams is to go through the syllabus books chapter by chapter. Once you’ve finished the entire syllabus, you can take the subject-specific mock tests on Embibe. It will help you achieve a high score.

Dos and Donts

Q1. Is there any board exam for class 7th Madhya Pradesh Board?
A. No, students are evaluated based on their performance in school-level exams and the CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation). 

Q2. Are there any other exams for children in MPBSE Class 7?
A. Yes, students can take a variety of competitive exams in addition to school-level exams: Olympiads, Indian School Talent Search Exams (ISTSEs), and other competitive examinations.

Q3. What books should I read to prepare for the MPBSE Class 7 examinations?
A. 
Students can use Embibe to find the best book recommendations for their MPBSE Class 7 exams. 

Q4. Do you have any MPBSE Class 7 mock tests or practice questions?
A. Yes, Embibe allows you to take free practice questions and mock exams. We also provide study materials selected by subject matter experts.

Q5: What are the best strategies for students to succeed in the MPBSE Class 7 exams?
A. In order to perform well in the MPBSE class 7 examinations, students must study extensively and review concepts daily. They should also take practise and mock tests to boost their confidence.

Q6. What are some of the best MPBSE Class 7 study tips?
A.
Covering the entire syllabus and practising the questions for a thorough understanding of the concepts are two of the most important preparation suggestions for students.

Q7. For which competitive examinations are MPBSE Class 7 students eligible?
A. MPBSE Class 7 students are eligible to take a variety of competitive examinations. NSTSE, NIMO, GeoGenius, NBTO, and other olympiads are among them.

Q8. In MPBSE Class 7, how many language subjects are there?
A.
For MPBSE Class 7, there are two language subjects; English is a required language subject, and the other can be of the student’s choice (Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, or any other regional language that the particular school offers).

Q9. How can I prepare for the Class 7th examinations?
A.
The best way to prepare for your Class 7 exams is to go through the syllabus books chapter by chapter. Once you’ve finished the entire syllabus, you can take the subject-specific mock tests on Embibe. It will help you achieve a high score.

List of Educational Institutions

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List of Schools

According to the Madhya Pradesh School Education Department, the state has a total of 1,22,671 schools that provide education at the primary, secondary, and higher secondary levels. Furthermore, schools in Madhya Pradesh are widely dispersed across the state’s 52 districts.

Serial Number Name of the School City
1. Aacharya Shri Ram Middle School Bhopal
2. Siddharth Public School Bhopal
3. Krishna Valley Public School Bhopal
4. Narmada Higher Secondary School Hoshangabad
5. Arera Convent School Bhopal
6. Vande Matram High School Misrod
7. St. Antony’s School Indore
8. Mp Government School Bhopal
9. Malhar Aashram Govt Higher Sec School Indore
10. Government Navin Higher Secondary School Bhopal
11. Subhash Government Higher Secondary School Bhopal
12. Government Higher Secondary School For Excellence Betul Betul
13. Government School For Excellence Chhatarpur
14. Government Higher Secondary School Gwalior
15. Kamla Nehru Government Girls School Bhopal
16. Government Higher Secondary School Sagar
17. Govt Boys Higher Secondary School, Station Area Bhopal

For a complete list of schools with contact information.

List of schools: City wise List of Schools

Counselling

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Parent Counselling

The importance of counselling cannot be overstated. To resolve difficulties and concerns about their child’s condition, parents must seek expert assistance. As a result of their children’s delayed milestones, developmental anomalies, and impairments, parents and caregivers face significant difficulties such as irritability, stress, worry, and depression.

This long-term impact affects parents’ perceptions of their social and emotional well-being, as well as dramatic changes in family relationships that tear families apart. Parents are helped to understand the nature of developmental delay/intellectual impairment, as well as the needs of children at various stages of development.

The majority of parent counselling focuses on encouraging positive behaviour, regulating negative behaviour, and understanding their children’s emotional needs. Either one or both parents can do this. Parent therapy provides parents with appropriate counselling, skills, and knowledge to assist them in coping with a wide range of difficulties that affect their children. Parents should be more aware of their children’s potential job opportunities in the near future.

Similar Exams

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List of Parallel Exams

By similar exams, we mean exams that are held in parallel in different states—both at the central and state levels—that may be considered similar to this exam.

The exams listed below are similar to the 7th Madhya Pradesh Board Exam:

Serial Number Name of Exam
1 7th CBSE Exam, term-1
2 7th CBSE Exam, term-2
3 7th ICSE Exam
4 National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) 7th Exam
5 The Board of Secondary Education, Assam, 7th Exam (Assam HSLC)
6 Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) 7th Exam
7 Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) 7th Exam
8 West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) 7th Exam (Madhyamik Pariksha)
9 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education 7th Exam
10 Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, Raipur
11 Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, Goa
12 Gujarat Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Board, Gandhi Nagar
13 Haryana Board of Education, Hansi Road, Bhiwani
14 Haryana Open School, Bhiwani
15 Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education, Dharamshala
16 J&K State Board of School Education, Jammu
17 J&K State Open School, Srinagar
18 Jharkhand Academic Council, Ranchi
19 Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, Bangalore
20 Karnataka Open School, J.S.S. Maha Vidya Peeth, Mysore
21 Kerala Board of Public Examinations, Pareeksha Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram
22 Kerala State Open School, Thiruvananthapuram
23 Manipur Board of Secondary Education
24 M.P. State Open School, Bhopal
25 Mizoram Board of School Education Challan, Aizawl
26 Nagaland Board of School Education, Kohima
27 Orissa Board of Secondary Education, Cuttack
28 Punjab School Education Board, Mohali
29 Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education, Ajmer
30 Rajasthan State Open School, Jaipur
31 Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education, Chennai
32 Tripura Board of Secondary Education, Agartala, Tripura West
33 U.P. Board of High School & Intermediate Education, Allahabad
34 Uttranchal Shiksha Evm Pariksha Parishad, Ram Nagar, Nainital
35 Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya (W.B. State Open School)
36 West Bengal Board of Madarsa Education

Future Exams

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List of Future Exams

Exams are one way in this competitive world to bring out a student's knowledge, interests, capacity, and potential. To advance to the next grade, there is a school-level examination. Students are promoted from grade 7th to grade 8th based on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Aside from this school-level examination, there are numerous competitive exams held nationally and internationally each year. These exams boost students' self-esteem and interest in subjects.

Some of the competitive exams to which grade 7 students can appear are:

  • National Talent Search Examination (NTSE): Students' knowledge and understanding of Science, Math, Social Science, Mental Ability, and General Knowledge are assessed. Scholarships and cash prizes help qualified students move on to the next academic year.
  • National Level Science Talent Search Exam (NLSTSE): The exam consists of subjects like Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and other general awareness questions are included.
  • Indian National Olympiad (INO): The syllabus includes Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy and Junior Science. This exam contains a five-stage procedure. The initial stage is the written exam conducted by NSE (National Standard Examination).
  • GeoGenius: This exam aims to create interest in geography. In this exam, students are asked to mark the various locations of India on a blank map.
  • National Interactive Maths Olympiad (NIMO): This exam tests and analyses the mental ability and mathematical skill

Olympiads:

  • 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)

Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

Prediction

Learning from Real World

Quality education connects students’ classroom learning to real-life scenarios. When students gain a better understanding of things and subject matter through real-life experience, learning becomes more enjoyable. We must provide our students with ongoing, authentic learning opportunities such as activities, experiments, field trips, group activities, and so on.

Future Skills

Coding: In today’s world, computers are everywhere, and skills like coding and data analysis are in high demand. The computer is an important subject in Madhya Prades Board class 7th that lays the foundation for coding, which will be very useful for the students in the future and will give the Madhya Pradesh Board students an advantage.

Coding is a creative activity in which MPSE Class 7 students can actively participate. It aids in the development of computational thinking, problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and exposure to real-life situations in order to solve problems in a variety of domains. As a result, MPBSE implemented coding for MPBSE Class 7. Coding in Class 7 focuses on laying the groundwork for students to build competencies in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Sciences, and other disciplines.

DIY: It is a creative approach to learning that includes activities and projects. Drama can be used to teach subjects such as English and Hindi, while debate, surveys, and fieldwork can be used to teach social science topics. Experiments, field studies, and other forms of science can be experienced. Some mathematics topics, such as profit and loss, area measurement, and so on, should be taught to students through do-it-yourself activities. Embibe App provides DIY activities for each Class, Subject, and Chapter to make learning more enjoyable and meaningful.

Career Skills

Listening skills, understanding diversity in the workplace, language skills, research skills, planning, leadership skills, being emotionally balanced, self-survey, exploring knowledge, communication skills, and so on are all strengthened by a solid foundation in education. This can be accomplished by providing opportunities for all students and encouraging them at all stages of their development. This can be accomplished through the provision of real-life experiences and Do It Yourself activities.

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