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  • Last Modified on 27-01-2023
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  • Last Modified on 27-01-2023

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Board of Secondary Education (SEBA), Assam, is actively serving towards improving the quality of education in Assam since 1962. For the last 53 years, SEBA is responsible for conducting board examinations for Class 10 and Class 12, publishing results, guidance for textbooks and syllabus, coordination with the government for educational concerns, etc.

Class 7 students are evaluated based on school-level exams. Evaluation is done as per the guidelines of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Students are assessed for Term I and Term II separately with the prescribed guidelines of the Assam Board. Both Scholastic and co-scholastic areas are evaluated in Term I as well as in Term II aiming at the overall growth of the child.

Name of the Board The Board of Secondary Education (SEBA), Assam
Commonly Known SEBA Assam
Established in 1962
Headquarters Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA)
Bamunimaidam, Guwahati 781021, Assam, India
Phone Number 0361-2550371
Email ID [email protected]
Official Website ssa.assam.gov.in

Exam Summary

Class 7 students are evaluated for six subjects in scholastic areas and evaluated for different skills and values in co-scholastic areas.

Subjects for Class 7 students are as follows:

S. No. Subjects Options
1 First Language (Anyone option) Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Urdu, Manipuri, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo, English
2 Second Language English
3 Mathematics
4 Science
5 Social Science
6 Elective Subject (Anyone option) Advanced Mathematics, geography, History, Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian, Santhali, Computer Science, Fine arts, Music, Dance, Home Science, Wood Craft, Garment Designing, Weaving and Textile Design, Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Commerce, Karbi, Retail Trade NSQF, Agriculture and Horticulture NSQF, Tourism and Hospitality NSQF, Health Care NSQF and Private Security NSQF.

In each term, Scholastic areas are assessed on Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA). Formative Assessment evaluated for the following activities.

Sl.No. Activities
1. Pen-paper test
2. Quizzes
3. Interviews
4. Visual testing
5. Assignments
6. Practicals
7. Seminars
8. Oral tests
9. Field Trips
10. Puzzles

Summative Assessment conducted half-yearly as decided by the school authority, strictly following the guidelines of SEBA. Students are assessed as per the SEBA curriculum.

Evaluation scheme of Class 7 is as follows:

Term Marks for Formative Assessment Marks for Summative Assessments Total percentage
Term I 10% 40% 50%
Term II 10% 40% 50%
Total 20% 80% 100%

Official Website Link

https://ssa.assam.gov.in/

Syllabus and Blueprint

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Mathematics

Class 7 Mathematics Syllabus is focused on laying a strong foundation for basics with different topics which helps them in critical thinking, improve mathematical skills.

Chapter 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

Science

To keep students active and engaged in the learning process, the Science syllabus is structured with a number of exciting activities, experiments, projects, etc. It emphasises scientific thinking, research:

Chapter 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

Social Science

The Social Science syllabus is divided into three portions, namely Civics, History, and Geography. The syllabus focuses on the development of Social awareness and knowing our history, duties, rights, earth, etc.

Chapter 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

 

English

English is a global communicative language. Thus, the syllabus is aimed to promote language growth, vocabulary development through extensive reading and writing activities. There are two books prescribed for class 7. The books are Honeycomb and An Alien Hand (Supplementary reader). Along with this, grammar is an important part of the syllabus.

The Syllabus of Honeycomb

Chapter 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

The Syllabus of Alien Hand

Chapter 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 Honeycomb and An Alien Head (Supplementary reader), Grammar is also an important part of the English syllabus. The topics included under the English Grammar section are:

Sl.No. Topics
1. Determiners
2. Linking Words
3. Adverbs (place and types)
4. Tense Forms
5. Clauses
6. Passivisation
7. Adjectives (comparative and superlative)
8. Modal Auxiliaries
9. Word Order in Sentence Types
10. Reported Speech

Exam Blueprint

Mathematics

Chapter Name of the Chapter Marks Weightage
Term I Term II
Chapter 1 Integers 7  
Chapter 2 Fractions and Decimals 8  
Chapter 3 Data Handling 7  
Chapter 4 Simple Equations 7  
Chapter 5 Lines and Angles 6  
Chapter 6 The Triangle and its Properties   3
Chapter 7 Congruence of Triangles   4
Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities   4
Chapter 9 Rational Numbers   5
Chapter 10 Practical Geometry   3
Chapter 11 Perimeter and Area   6
Chapter 12 Algebraic Expressions   6
Chapter 13 Exponents and Powers   6
Chapter 14 Symmetry 5  
Chapter 15 Visualising Solid Shapes   3
Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40
Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10
Total 50 50

Science

Chapter Name of the Chapter Marks Weightage
Term I Term II
Chapter 1 Nutrition in Plants 5  
Chapter 2 Nutrition in Animals 6  
Chapter 3 Fibre to Fabric   3
Chapter 4 Heat 5  
Chapter 5 Acids, Bases, and Salts   4
Chapter 6 Physical and Chemical Changes 5  
Chapter 7 Weather, Climate and Adaptation of Animals to Climate   3
Chapter 8 Winds, Storms, and Cyclones   2
Chapter 9 Soil 6  
Chapter 10 Respiration in Organisms   4
Chapter 11 Transportation in Animals and Plants   5
Chapter 12 Reproduction in Plants   5
Chapter 13 Motion and Time   4
Chapter 14 Electric Current and Its Effects   5
Chapter 15 Light   5
Chapter 16 Water: A Precious Resource 4  
Chapter 17 Forest: Our Lifeline 4  
Chapter 18 Waste Water Story 5  
Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40
Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10
Total 50 50

Social Science

Chapter Name of the Chapter Chapter Weightage Section
Term I Term II
Chapter 1 On Equality   4 Civic
Chapter 2 Role of Government in Health   3
Chapter 3 How the State Government Works 2  
Chapter 4 Growing Up as Boys and Girls   2
Chapter 5 Women Change the World   3
Chapter 6 Understanding Media 1  
Chapter 7 Understanding Advertising 1  
Chapter 8 Markets Around Us 3  
Chapter 9 A Shirt in the Market 4  
Chapter 10 Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years   4 History
Chapter 11 New Kings and Kingdoms   3
Chapter 12 The Delhi Sultans   2
Chapter 13 The Mughal Empire 3  
Chapter 14 Rulers and Buildings   3
Chapter 15 Towns, Traders, and Craftsperson   4
Chapter 16 Tribes, Nomads, and Settled Communities 4  
Chapter 17 Devotional Paths to the Divine 3  
Chapter 18 The Making of Regional Cultures 2  
Chapter 19 Eighteenth-Century Political Formations 4  
Chapter 20 Environment 2   Geography
Chapter 21 Inside Our Earth   4
Chapter 22 Our Changing Earth 1  
Chapter 23 Air   2
Chapter 24 Water   3
Chapter 25 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife 3  
Chapter 26 Human Environment Settlement, Transport and Communication. 2  
Chapter 27 Human Environment and Interaction – The Tropical and Subtropical Region 3  
Chapter 28 Life in Temperate Grasslands   3
Chapter 29 Life in the Deserts 2  
Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40  
Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10  
Total 50 50  

English

In English, marks are divided into three sections, i.e., Section A (Reading Comprehension), Section B (Writing Skill & Grammar) and Section C (Literature Textbooks).

Section Marks Weightage
Term I Term II
Section A 10 10
Section B 15 15
Section C 15 15
Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40
Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10
Total 50 50

Practical/Experiments list & Model writeup

Practical/Experiments List for 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.

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

  • Before starting preparing for exams, it is mandatory to set a goal.
  • Prepare a well-planned study schedule to achieve the goal.
  • The number of subjects per day, time for homework, projects, and for studying should be planned before preparing the timetable.
  • To save study timings, listen to the class with concentration and revise it on a daily basis.
  • Understand the depth of each subject and prior knowledge required for the subject. 
  • As few concepts and topics are a continuation of class 6 if any confusion or doubt in the prior knowledge, recall class 6 concepts.
  • Study in a peaceful place, without any distractions. 
  • Be focused and positive towards the study. 
  • If there are any difficulties in studies, approach the teachers, parents or elders. Apart from this, we at Embibe give great opportunities to study with several study tools and practice sessions for the class 7th syllabus. 
  • Learn the subjects by writing rather than just reading, especially subjects like Mathematics and Science.
  • Along with studies, give some time for sports, reading newspapers, yoga, meditation, etc.

Exam Taking Strategy

  • In class 7, students evaluated on Formative Assessment and Summative Assessments. Hence, it is essential to give equal importance for both formative Assessment and Summative Assessments.
  • Actively participate in all formative assessments activities and complete them on time. 
  • Always make your projects more creative and informative. 
  • Know the detailed syllabus for the pen-paper tests, oral tests, summative assessment.
  • Know the blueprint of each subject. 
  • Take frequent mock tests.
  • Analysis of previous years question papers. 
  • Practice attempting the exam within a scheduled time limit. 
  • Make study points while learning; it helps for quick revision before exams.
  • Be present at the exam venue minutes before the commencement of the exam.
  • Take all the necessary stationery items for the exam hall.
  • Read the instructions on the answer sheet and question paper clearly.
  • Write details such as name, roll number, date, subject, etc., on the answer sheet without any error.
  • Maintain legible handwriting throughout the answer sheet.
  • Attempt all questions without fail.
  • Do not repeat the question.
  • Write the exact question number in the answer sheet as it is on the question paper.
  • Before handing over the answer sheet, check that you have attempted all the questions.

Detailed Study plan

All the subjects are not equally easy and scoring for all the students. The following study strategy can be used to achieve good marks in each subject by all the students. The following strategy is common for all the subjects:

  • Prepare a well-structured study timetable by considering the difficulty level of the subject.
  • Make a study point while learning the subject. 
  • Take a small break after an hour of studying.
  • Revise previous day studies concepts first.
  • Take frequent mock tests.
  • Analyse and revise previous year question papers.

Study Strategy for Mathematics

  • Solve the exercise questions and homework questions without fail.
  • Make a flashcard or chart of important formulas and rules.
  • Learn to solve the problems in a stepwise manner.
  • Be more careful and vigilant on mathematical signs on simplification and transposing the numbers.
  • Draw the axis on the graph.
  • Write the final answer and underline it.
  • If you are unable to solve the problem at least write the relevant formula required to solve the problem.
  • Draw the geometrical diagrams in pencil.

Study Strategy for Science

  • In Chemistry, make a list of chemical formulas, equations, etc. 
  • In Physics, learn the numerical and laws clearly.
  • In Biology, draw the neat labelled diagrams using a pencil.
  • Do not waste too much time on diagrams.
  • Know the correct meaning and spelling of technical terms.
  • Write the SI unit for the answers of numericals.
  • Write the answer up to the mark.

Study Strategy for Social Science

  • The map is the scoring part of the question paper; therefore, give the importance for the map.
  • Make a list of important dates, events, laws on a flashcard or chart.
  • It is better to write long answers in points than lengthy paragraphs.
  • Read the textbook thoroughly.

Study Strategy for Language

  • Give importance to writing skills.
  • Avoid spelling and grammatical errors.
  • Be thorough with grammar as it is scoring part of the paper.
  • Attempt all three sections of the question paper, i.e., Section A (Reading Comprehension), Section B (Writing Skill & Grammar) and Section C (Literature Textbooks)

Recommended Chapters

Mathematics

Chapters Topics

Integers

  • Multiplication of Integers

  • Multiplicative and Additive Identities for Integers

  • Properties of Division of Integers

Fractions and Decimals

  • Multiplication of Fractions with Fractions

  • Division of Fractions by Whole Numbers or Fractions

  • Multiplication of Decimals

  • Division of Decimals by Decimals

Rational Numbers

  • Finding Rational Numbers between Given Rational Numbers

  • Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers

  • Multiplication and Division of Rational Numbers

Exponents and Powers

  • Exponential Form of Number

  • Law of Multiplying Powers with the Same Base

  • Law of Dividing Powers with the Same Base

  • Law of Taking Power of a Power

  • Law of Multiplying Powers with the Same Exponent

  • Law of Dividing Powers with the Same Exponent

Algebraic Expressions

  • Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials

  • Values of Algebraic Expressions at Different Points

Simple Equations

  • Solution of Equations by Transposing Terms

Comparing Quantities

  • Application of Ratios in Solving Problems

  • Word Problems on Percentages

  • Percentage Increase and Decrease

  • Concept of Simple Interest

Science

Chapters Topics
Nutrition in Plants
  • Photosynthesis: Definition, equation and importance

  • Conditions required for photosynthesis

  • Other modes of nutrition in plants

Nutrition in Animals

  • Human digestive system

  • Teeth and tongue

  • Digestion in ruminants

  • Nutrition in amoeba

Fibre to Fibre

  • Silk

  •  Fleece

  • Wool

  • Reeling

  • Sericulture

  • Selective breeding

  • Pashmina shawls

  •  Shearing, scouring and sorting

  •  Caterpillars, cocoon and pupa

  •  Rearing and breeding of sheep and silkworms

Heat

  • Temperature

  • Clinical and laboratory thermometers

  • Conduction, convection and radiation

  • Conductors and insulators

  • The sea breeze and land breeze

Acids, Bases and Salts

  • Acids

  • Bases

  • Salts

  •  Indicators

  • Litmus paper

  • Neutralisation

Physical and Chemical Changes

  • Physical change

  • Chemical change

  • Rusting

  • Crystallisation

  • Galvanisation

Weather, Climate, and Adaptations of Animals to Climate

  • Climate and weather and factors affecting them

  • Adaptations of animals to different climatic regions

Wind, Storms and Cyclones

  • Wind and wind current

  • Wind flow pattern

  • Monsoon

  • Thunderstorms and cyclones

  • Hurricane, tornadoes and typhoon

  • Cyclone alert or Cyclone watch

  • Cyclone warning

  • Anemometer

Motion and Time

  • Slow and fast motion

  • Rectilinear, circular and periodic motions

  • Uniform and non-uniform motion

  • Average and instantaneous speed

  • Oscillation

  • Time periodic

  • Distance-time graph

  • Odometer and speedometer

Social Science

Sections Chapters

Civics

On Equality

Role of Government in Health

Women Change the World

Markets Around Us

A Shirt in the Market

History

Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years

New Kings and Kingdoms

The Mughal Empire

Rulers and Buildings

Towns, Traders, and Craftsperson

Tribes, Nomads, and Settled Communities

Devotional Paths to the Divine

The Making of Regional Cultures

Eighteenth-Century Political Formations

Geography

Environment

Inside Our Earth

Our Changing Earth

Natural Vegetation and Wildlife

Human Environment Settlement, Transport, and Communication

Human Environment and Interaction – The Tropical and Subtropical Region

Life in Temperate Grasslands

Life in the Deserts

Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

Counselling aims in building self-confidence and self-esteem in children. It provides a safe space to express their thoughts, feelings and problems. 

  • To be successful and happy in life, it is important to have a strong goal at the basic education level. 
  • Every day a child must work on achieving a goal. 
  • Different skills like time management, organization skills, communicative skills, creative writing, leadership qualities should be learnt. 
  • Students should be emotionally strong and balanced. Know to handle anger, failure, and success equally.
  • If you have any negative thoughts, talk to your school counsellor, teacher or parents.
  • Be positive and focused on each and every aspect of life.
  • Give some time for sports, yoga or meditation to be active, peaceful and to increase concentration power.
  • Do not stop your efforts for a small failure. Keep learning and growing from your mistakes. 

Parent/Gaurdian counselling

  • Child behaviour is deeply influenced by the actions of parents, family members and the environmental conditions of the house. Therefore, parents should be more conscious of their actions and words. 
  • Every parent should try to understand the child’s interests, problems, strengths and weaknesses.
  • Timely guidance and support to overcome children’s problems.
  • Give priority to value-based education rather than just mark oriented education.
  • Each is unique in being capable of learning and succeeding. Every child has a different learning style and pace. Therefore, it is not good to compare your child with peer groups.
  • Accept a child’s mistakes and failures without regret and help them overcome them.
  • Have frequent interaction with school authority, principal and teachers to understand the development of the child.

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What are the marks distribution for Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment of Assam Board Class 7?
A.There are two term exams for Assam Board class 7. Each term exam carries 50%, i.e., 10% for Formative Assessment (FA) and 40% for Summative Assessment (SA).

Q2. What are the Language options for Assam Board Class 7? 
A.The Language options for Assam Board Class 7 are Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Urdu, Manipuri, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo and English.

Q3. Which are the criteria for Formative Assessment of Assam Board Class 7?
A.Formative Assessment is evaluated on the basis of pen-paper tests, quizzes, assignments, projects, experiments, seminars, field trips, etc. 

Q4. Can Class 7 students write the Olympiad exam?
A.Yes. Class 7 students can write 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).

Q5. What passing marks for each subject of Assam board Class 7?
A.The passing marks for each subject of Assam board Class 7 is above 32.

Dos and Donts

Q1. What are the marks distribution for Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment of Assam Board Class 7?
A.There are two term exams for Assam Board class 7. Each term exam carries 50%, i.e., 10% for Formative Assessment (FA) and 40% for Summative Assessment (SA).

Q2. What are the Language options for Assam Board Class 7? 
A.The Language options for Assam Board Class 7 are Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Urdu, Manipuri, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo and English.

Q3. Which are the criteria for Formative Assessment of Assam Board Class 7?
A.Formative Assessment is evaluated on the basis of pen-paper tests, quizzes, assignments, projects, experiments, seminars, field trips, etc. 

Q4. Can Class 7 students write the Olympiad exam?
A.Yes. Class 7 students can write 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).

Q5. What passing marks for each subject of Assam board Class 7?
A.The passing marks for each subject of Assam board Class 7 is above 32.

List of Educational Institutions

About Exam

List of Schools in Assam

In Assam, around 53,000 upper and lower primary schools are present. In which around 48,000 schools are government and around 5000 schools are private. District-wise School list gives the number of schools in Assam, its address, number of classes, etc.

Parent Counselling

About Exam

Parent Counselling for Class 7 Exam

Q1. My child is not involved in group activities. How can I deal with this problem?
A. Guide your child to mingle with a peer group. Allow your child to play with friends. Encourage your child to participate in competitions, functions, etc. Focus on developing communicative skills.

Q2. How to overcome exam stress in children?
A. Exam stress may be due to lack of preparation, problem in understanding the concept, lack of study plan, high expectations from parents, etc. First, talk to your child, listen peacefully and analyse the problem. Boost the self-confidence of the child and make them actively engaged in studies. Give your child frequent mock tests and rewards for a small improvement.

Q3. My child fails to answer application-level questions. How to improve answering application type questions?
A. To answer application-level questions, it is crucial to understand the basic concept in detail. Make your child practise answering activities in the textbooks and assist him/her in applying this knowledge to real-life situations. Give frequent mock tests on application level questions.

Q4. Which is a good career option for my child? 
A. As parents, we should be aware of different career opportunities in different fields. In class 7, we have to make children aware of it and give them the freedom to choose the career of their interest. Children may excel in arts, commerce, science, fine arts, sports etc. It is important to nurture their interest to choose the correct career option.

Q5. My child wastes time playing mobile games. Because of this, the child can not concentrate on studies. Give some to concentrate on studies.
A. Do not make your child stop playing mobile games at once. Slowly reduce the timings. Parents have to spend some time with their children. Give some interesting books to read, study tools, and give opportunities to share his/her feelings and opinions.

Future Exams

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Future Exam for Class 7 Assam Board

The school-level exams are conducted to assess the understanding of the concepts learnt in class 7. Based on the assessments, students are promoted from class 7th to class 8th. Along with this, National level and International level competitive exams help in building students’ knowledge, interests, capacity and potential of learning. Some of the competitive Olympiad exams to which class 7 students can appear are:

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

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

  • National Talent Search Examination (NTSE): Students are evaluated based on the knowledge and understanding of Science, Maths, Social Science, Mental Ability and General Knowledge. Qualified students are facilitated by cash prizes and scholarships for the next academic year.
  • National Level Science Talent Search Exam (NLSTSE): The subjects included are Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and other general Awareness questions.
  • 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: The aim of this exam is 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 skills of the students. It also aims to reduce the fear of mathematics in the students.

Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

Prediction

Learning from Real World

Hand-on experience makes learning joyful and interesting for children. The learnt knowledge should be transformed from classroom learning to real-life situations to make education real and helpful. It can be achieved by ongoing, authentic learning opportunities through activities, experiments, field trips, group activities, etc., to our students.

Future Skills

Coding: 
Coding is a type of computer’s language. Learning to code not only increase your computer skills, but it will also aid you in other areas such as,

  • Excellent results in school activities
  • Enhances mathematical and problem-solving abilities
  • It is fun and beneficial to the child’s self-esteem.
  • It’s one of the feature’s career characteristics.
  • Children become engaged learners as a result of this activity.

 

Apart from that, coding focuses on providing the groundwork for developing skills in fields such as artificial intelligence (AI), data sciences, research and so on.

Do It Yourself (DIY)
DIY encourages youngsters to be more creative and critical thinkers. It’s a fun approach for children to understand through their own activities and projects. DIY activities can be done in the areas of mathematics, science, social science, and language. This encourages children to take an interest in their academics. Embibe App offers DIY for every grade, subject, and chapter to make learning more enjoyable and meaningful.

Career Skills

Schooling plays an important role in a child’s overall growth. Co-curricular activities, in addition to the curriculum, play an essential part in the development of various abilities in children. This can be accomplished by providing opportunity and encouragement to each student at every stage of their development. This can be accomplished through offering real-life events and Do It Yourself (DIY) activities.

Some of the skills which student can inculcate through schooling are:

  • Listening and writing skills: It is achieved especially by languages. 
  • Leadership quality: Group activities, Drama, competitions give exposure to diversity that makes children understand how to work in different situations and also develops leadership qualities. Along with this, school Parliaments, Group activities, School Assembly, etc., inculcate leadership qualities in pupils.
  • Communication skill: Communication is one of the most important talents to have in all disciplines and in everyday life. Group conversations, debates, and seminars are just a few strategies that aid in the development of communication skills in an indirect way.
  • Scientific skill: Science projects majorly focus on the development of research skills in students. 
  • Being positive and focused: It is critical to maintaining emotional balance in all circumstances and fields. At school and at home, there may be both good and unpleasant experiences. A child learns to be strong and emotionally balanced as a result of this. This nurtures a positive attitude in children.
  • Self-analysis: The anecdotal report gives the idea to the child about self-analysis.
  • Urge for Knowledge: School library, Artificial intelligence, Do It Yourself (DIY) helps in exploring knowledge.

Career Prospects/Which stream to choose

Although there is no formal profession selection in Grade 7, it is essential for children to be informed of career choices early on in order to study the field of their interest. After Class 10, students can pursue their interests in Science, Commerce, Arts, Fine Arts, and other fields. Skill India and Make In India provide several chances for children to discover their interests and participate in the growth of India.

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