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• Class 9 – Maths - Part 1 (124 lessons)
• Class 9 – Maths – Part 2 (132 lessons)


  • Chapter 1 - Number system
  • Chapter 2 - Polynomials
  • Chapter 3 - Coordinate Geometry
  • Chapter 4 - Linear Equation in two variables
  • Chapter 5 - Introduction to Euclidean Geometry
  • Chapter 6 - Lines and Angles
  • Chapter 7 - Triangles
  • Chapter 8 - Quadrilaterals
  • Chapter 9 - Areas of Parallelogram & Triangles
  • Chapter 10 - Circles
  • Chapter 11 - Herons Formula
  • Chapter 12 - Surface Areas and Volumes
  • Chapter 13 - Statistics
  • Chapter 14 - Probability

1. Number System
1.1 Irrational Numbers
1.1.1 Irrational Numbers – Introduction
1.1.2 Real Numbers and their Decimal Expansions
1.1.3 Representing Real Numbers on the Number Line
1.1.4 Operations on Real Numbers
1.1.5 Laws of Exponents for Real Numbers

2 Polynomials
2.1 Polynomial
2.1.1 Polynomials in One Variable
2.1.2 Zeroes of a Polynomial
2.1.3 Remainder Theorem
2.1.4 Factorisation of Polynomials
2.1.5 Algebraic Identities
3 Coordinate Geometry
3.1 Coordinate Geometry - Introduction
3.1.1 Cartesian System
3.1.2 Plotting a point in the Plane if its Coordinates are given

4 Linear Equation in Two Variable
4.1 Linear Equations
4.2 Solution of a Linear Equation
4.3 Graph of a Linear Equation in Two Variables
4.4 Equations of Lines Parallel to the x-axis and y-axis

5 Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry
5.1 Euclid’s Definitions, Axioms and Postulates
5.2 Equivalent Versions of Euclid’s Fifth Postulate

6 Lines and Angles
6.1 Lines & Angles – Introduction
6.1.1 Basic Terms and Definitions
6.1.2 Intersecting Lines and Non-intersecting Lines
6.1.3 Pairs of Angles
6.1.4 Parallel Lines and a Transversal
6.1.5 Lines Parallel to the Same Line
6.1.6 Angle Sum Property of a Triangle

7 Triangles
7.1 Triangles
7.1.1 Congruence of Triangles
7.1.2 Criteria for Congruence of Triangles
7.1.3 Some Properties of Triangles
7.1.4 Some More Criteria for Congruence of Triangles
7.1.5 Inequalities in a Triangle

8 Quadrilaterals
8.1 Quadrilaterals
8.1.1 Angle Sum Property of a Quadrilateral
8.1.2 Types of Quadrilaterals
8.1.3 Properties of a Parallelogram
8.1.4 Another conditions for a Quadrilateral to be a Parallelogram
8.1.5 The Mid-point Theorem

9 Area of Parallelograms and Triangles
9.1 Area of Parallelograms and Triangles
9.1.1 Introduction
9.1.1 Figures on the Same Base and Between the Same Parallels
9.1.2 Parallelograms on the same Base and Between the same Parallels
9.1.3 Triangles on the same Base and between the same Parallels

10 Circles
10.1 Circles
10.1.1 Introduction
10.1.2 Circles and Its Related Terms: A Review
10.1.3 Angle Subtended by a Chord at a Point
10.1.4 Perpendicular from the Center to a Chord
10.1.5 Circle through three points
10.1.6 Equal Chords and their distance from the center
10.1.7 Angle subtended by an arc of a circle
10.1.7 Cyclic Quadrilaterals

11 Construction
11.1 Construction - Introduction
11.1.1 Basic Constructions
11.1.2 Some Construction of Triangles

12 Heron’s Formula
12.1 Heron’s Formula
12.1.1 Introduction
12.1.2 Area of a Triangle — by Heron’s Formula
12.1.3 Application of Heron’s Formula in Finding Areas of Quadrilaterals

13 Surface Area and Volume
13.1 Surface Area & volume
13.1.1 Introduction
13.1.2 Surface Area of a Cuboid and a Cube
13.1.3 Surface Area of a Right Circular Cylinder
13.1.4 Surface Area of a Right Circular Cone
13.1.5 Surface Area of a Sphere
13.2 Volume
13.2.1 Volume of a Cuboid
13.2.2 Volume of a Cylinder
13.2.3 Volume of a Right Circular Cone
13.2.4 Volume of a Sphere

14 Statistics
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Collection of Data
14.3 Presentation of Data
14.4 Graphical Representation of Data
14.5 Measures of Central Tendency

15 Probability
15.1 Probability – an Experimental Approach

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CBSE Class 9 is one of the crucial grades in secondary school education. At this formative stage, learning needs to be effective and interests for learning has to be created in the student. Due to a lack of understanding in the subject, many kids lose interests over a period of time and they become weak in Science learning. Science is the foundation of learning and needs to be given proper attention at the early stage of a child’s learning. We believe every child is capable of picking the basic understanding and given right guidance they can do a lot more better.


Through our e-learning course, we have made sincere attempts to build interest in the child towards Science. We are teaching the basics of all the topics and its applications in real life situations. We also ensure to provide enough situations and scenarios through our practice questions for in-depth learning and thinking to begin from the formative years. Every chapter of the subject has been meticulously designed by subject experts who have years of experience in the field of academics. We also provide worksheets to help students evaluate themselves and learn from their mistakes. Each question also comes with answers. These answers are intended to provide students with a clearer understanding of every concept in detail.


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• Attain the desired Learning – Get the desired learning outcome in 9th class Science with our exhaustive models for class 9 CBSE.
• Easy tracking of progress – We provide easy tracking facility to help you understand how you are progressing with every step in the course.
• Self-paced learning – Every individual has a different learning pace. Keeping that in mind, we have designed the course to be self-paced.
• Identify focus areas – You may be better in certain concepts than others. This course will facilitate you for a better understanding of the areas you need to focus more.
• Build strong foundations – With this course, we aim to help you understand every concept of the subject so that your foundation in Science is very strong. Solid foundation right from the formative years will help build your interest in the subject further.
• Simple parent’s supervision – Parents will be able to monitor their children’s performance easily with the features provided in the course.
• Quick re-learning – Even if you fail at solving problems, you will able to solve the problems again till you get it, thus allowing room for re-learning.


• Class 9 – Physics
• Class 9 – Chemistry
• Class 9 – Biology
• Class 9 – Exam Revision


  • Chapter 1 - Matters In Our Surroundings
  • Chapter 2 - Is Matter Around Us Pure?
  • Chapter 3 - Atoms and molecules
  • Chapter 4 - Structure of Atom
  • Chapter 5 - The Fundamental unit of Life
  • Chapter 6 - Tissues
  • Chapter 7 - Diversity in Living Organism
  • Chapter 8 - Motion
  • Chapter 9 - Force and Laws of motion
  • Chapter 10 - Gravitation
  • Chapter 11 - Work and Energy
  • Chapter 12 - Sound
  • Chapter 12 - Why do We Fall ill
  • Chapter 14 - Natural Resources
  • Chapter 15 - Improvement in Food resources


1.1 Introduction
1.2 Physical Nature of Matter
1.2.1 Matter Is Made Up of Particles
1.2.2 How Small Are These Particles of Matter?
1.3 Characteristics of Particle of Matter
1.3.1 Particles of Matter Have Space Between Them
1.3.2 Particles of Matter Are Continuously Moving
1.3.3 Particles of Matter Attract Each Other
1.4 States of Matter
1.4.1 The Solid State
1.4.2 The Liquid State
1.4.3 The Gaseous State
1.5 Can Matter Change Its State
1.5.1 Effect of Change of Temperature
1.5.2 Effect of Change of Pressure
1.6 Evaporation
1.6.1 Factors Affecting Evaporation
1.6.2 How Does Evaporation Cause Cooling?

2.1 What Is A Mixture
2.1.1 Types of Mixtures
2.2 What Is A Solution?
2.2.1 Concentration of Solution
2.2.2 What Is A Suspension
2.2.3 What Is A Colloidal Solution?
2.3 Separating the Components of a Mixture
2.3.1 How Can We Obtain Coloured Component (Dye) From Blue/Black Ink?
2.3.2 How Can We Separate Cream from Milk?
2.3.3 How Can We Separate A Mixture of Two Immiscible Liquids?
2.3.4 How Can We Separate A Mixture of Salt and Ammonium Chloride?
2.3.5 Is the Dye in Black Ink A Single Colour?
2.3.6 How Can We Separate A Mixture of Two Miscible Liquids?
2.3.7 How Can We Obtain Different Gases from Air?
2.3.8 How Can We Obtain Pure Copper Sulphate from An Impure Sample?
2.4 Physical and Chemical Changes
2.5 What Are the Types of Pure Substances?
2.5.1 Elements
2.5.2 Compounds

3.1 Laws of Chemical Combination
3.1.1 Law of Conservation of Mass
3.1.2 Law of Constant Proportions
3.2 What Is an Atom?
3.2.1 What Are the Modern-Day Symbols of Atoms of Different Elements?
3.2.2 Atomic Mass
3.2.3 How Do Atoms Exist?
3.3 What Is A Molecule?
3.3.1 Molecules of Elements
3.3.2 Molecules of Compounds
3.3.3 What Is an Ion?
3.4 Writing Chemical Formulae
3.4.1 Formulae of Simple Compounds
3.5 Molecular Mass and Mole Concept
3.5.1 Molecular Mass
3.5.2 Formula Unit Mass
3.5.3 Mole Concept

4.1 Charged Particles in Matter
4.2 The Structure of an Atom
4.2.1 Thomson’s Model of An Atom
4.2.2 Rutherford’s Model of An Atom
4.2.3 Bohr’s Model of Atom
4.2.4 Neutrons
4.3 How are Electrons Distributed in Different Orbits (Shells)?
4.4 Valency
4.5 Atomic Number and Mass Number
4.5.1 Atomic Number
4.5.2 Mass Number
4.6 Isotopes
4.6.1 Isobars

5.1 What are Living Organisms Made Up of?
5.2 What is a Cell Made Up of? What is the Structural Organisation of a Cell?
5.2.1 Plasma Membrane or Cell Membrane
5.2.2 Cell Wall
5.2.3 Nucleus
5.2.4 Cytoplasm
5.2.5 Cell Organelles

6.1 Are Plants and Animals Made of Same Types of Tissues?
6.2 Plant Tissues
6.2.1 Meristematic Tissue
6.2.2 Permanent Tissue
6.3 Animal Tissues
6.3.1 Epithelial Tissue
6.3.2 Connective Tissue
6.3.3 Muscular Tissue
6.3.4 Nervous Tissue

7.1 Introduction
7.2 What is the Basis of Classification?
7.3 Classification and Evolution
7.4 The Hierarchy of Classification-Groups
7.4.1 Monera
7.4.2 Protista
7.4.3 Fungi
7.4.4 Plantae
7.4.5 Animalia
7.5 Plantae
7.5.1 Thallophyta
7.5.2 Bryophyta
7.5.3 Pteridophyta
7.5.4 Gymnosperms
7.5.5 Angiosperms
7.6 Animalia
7.6.1 Porifera
7.6.2 Coelenterata (Cnidaria)
7.6.3 Platyhelminthes
7.6.4 Nematoda
7.6.5 Nnelida
7.6.6 Arthropoda
7.6.7 Mollusca
7.6.8 Echinodermata
7.6.9 Protochordata
7.6.10 Vertebrata
7.7 Nomenclature

8.1 Describing Motion
8.1.1 Motion Along A Straight Line
8.1.2 Uniform Motion and Nonuniform Motion
8.2 Measuring the Rate of Motion
8.2.1 Speed with Direction
8.3 Rate of Change of Velocity
8.4 Graphical Representation of Motion
8.4.1 Distance–Time Graphs
8.4.2 Velocity-Time Graphs
8.5 Equations of Motion by Graphical Method
8.5.1 Equation for Velocity-Time Relation
8.5.2 Equation for Position-Time Relation
8.5.3 Equation for Position–Velocity Relation
8.6 Uniform Circular Motion

9.1 Introduction
9.2 Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
9.3 First Law of Motion
9.4 Inertia and Mass
9.5 Second Law of Motion
9.5.1 Mathematical Formulation of Second Law of Motion
9.6 Third Law of Motion
9.7 Conservation of Momentum

10.1 Gravitation
10.1.1 Universal Law of Gravitation
10.1.2 Importance of The Universal Law of Gravitation
10.2 Free Fall
10.2.1 To Calculate the Value Of G
10.2.2 Motion of Objects Under the Influence of Gravitational Force of The Earth
10.3 Mass
10.4 Weight
10.4.1 Weight of An Object on The Moon
10.5 Thrust and Pressure
10.5.1 Pressure in Fluids
10.5.2 Buoyancy
10.5.3 Why Objects Float or Sink When Placed on The Surface Of Water?
10.6 Archimedes’ Principle
10.7 Relative Density

11.1 Work
11.1.1 Not Much ‘Work’ In Spite of Working Hard!
11.1.2 Scientific Conception of Work
11.1.3 Work Done by A Constant Force
11.2 Energy
11.2.1 Forms of Energy
11.2.2 Kinetic Energy
11.2.3 Potential Energy
11.2.4 Potential Energy of An Object at A Height
11.2.5 Are Various Energy Forms Interconvertible?
11.2.6 Law of Conservation of Energy
11.3 Rate of Doing Work
11.3.1 Commercial Unit of Energy

12.1 Production of Sound
12.2 Propagation of Sound
12.2.1 Sound Needs A Medium to Travel
12.2.2 Sound Waves Are Longitudinal Waves
12.2.3 Characteristics of A Sound Wave
12.2.4 Speed of Sound in Different Media
12.3 Reflection of Sound
12.3.1 Echo
12.3.2 Reverberation
12.3.3 Uses of Multiple Reflection of Sound
12.4 Range of Hearing
12.5 Applications of Ultrasound
12.5.1 SONAR
12.6 Structure of Human Ear

13.1 Health and Its Failure
13.1.1 The Significance Of ‘Health’
13.1.2 Personal and Community Issues Both Matter for Health
13.1.3 Distinctions Between ‘Healthy’ And ‘Disease-Free’
13.2 Disease and Its Causes
13.2.1 What Does Disease Look Like?
13.2.2 Acute and Chronic Diseases
13.2.3 Chronic Diseases and Poor Health
13.2.4 Causes of Diseases
13.2.5 Infectious and Non-Infectious Causes
13.3 Infectious Diseases
13.3.1 Infectious Agents
13.3.2 Means of Spread
13.3.3 Organ-Specific and Tissue specific Manifestations
13.3.4 Principles of Treatment
13.3.5 Principles of Prevention

14.1 The Breath of Life: Air
14.1.1 The Role of The Atmosphere in Climate Control
14.1.2 The Movement of Air: Winds
14.1.3 Rain
14.1.4 Air Pollution
14.2 Water: A Wonder Liquid
14.2.1 Water Pollution
14.3 Mineral Riches in the Soil
14.4 Biogeochemical Cycles
14.4.1 The Water-Cycle
14.4.2 The Nitrogen-Cycle
14.4.3 The Carbon-Cycle
14.4.4 The Oxygen-Cycle
14.5 Ozone Layer

15.1 Introduction
15.2 Improvement in Crop Yields
15.2.1 Crop Variety Improvement
15.2.2 Crop Production Management
15.2.3 Crop Protection Management
15.3 Animal Husbandry
15.3.1 Cattle Farming
15.3.2 Poultry Farming
15.3.3 Fish Production
15.3.4 Bee-Keeping

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