CBSE Class 9 Syllabus

Throughout the year, a CBSE Class 9 student needs to complete tasks such as assignments, practicals, viva and research. To complete these tasks correctly, you need the latest CBSE Class 9 Syllabus. There is a possibility that the CBSE board may change certain parts of the syllabus. Students can download the latest CBSE Class 9 Syllabus from the portal and save it as a PDF for anytime access.

With our updated CBSE Class 9 Syllabus, you can plan your studies with the right exam preparation strategies. The syllabus for all CBSE Class 9 subjects as per the NCERT (CBSE Board) guidelines is available on TopperLearning. Through the syllabus, find out about your exam paper pattern, course structure, prescribed books and other important details.

The CBSE Class 9 Science Syllabus covers Physics, Chemistry and Biology portions. Students must thoroughly check the CBSE Class 9 Maths Syllabus to get an idea of the entire curriculum to develop a preparation strategy.

The CBSE Class 9 Hindi Syllabus covers Vyakaran. To understand the overall course structure, paper pattern and other important details, you can download the CBSE Class 9 English Syllabus which includes the Grammar syllabus along with Comprehension and Composition topics. The CBSE Class 9 Social Science Syllabus will have topics which consist of CBSE Class 9 History, CBSE Class 9 Civics, CBSE Class 9 Geography and CBSE Grade 9 Economics.

Download the latest CBSE Class 9 syllabus for all subjects here on TopperLearning. In the syllabus, you will find chapter-wise details of each subject that you need to study for scoring top marks in your CBSE Class 9 exams. Also, use our study materials such as videos, notes, online tests, etc. for all important subjects to prepare for your annual CBSE Class 9 exams. Grab a TopperLearning subscription from CBSE Class 9 Plans, now!

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  • Science  |  View Syllabus

    • Biology

      The Fundamental Unit of Life

      • Introduction to Cell
      • Structural Organisation of Cell
      • Classification
      • Transport of Materials Across Cells
      • Practical Test


      • Plant Tissues - Structure and Function
      • Protective and Complex Plant Tissues
      • Protective Tissue in Animals
      • Connective Tissue in Animals
      • Specialised Animal Tissues

      Diversity in Living Organisms

      • Biodiversity and its Classification
      • Scientific Nomenclature
      • Five Kingdoms of Biodiversity
      • Cryptogams
      • Phanerogams
      • Classification of Animals
      • Nonchordates - Acoelomates
      • Nonchordates - Coelomates
      • Vertebrates

      Why Do We Fall Ill?

      • Health and Disease
      • Kinds of Diseases
      • Treatment and Prevention of Diseases

      Natural Resources

      • Natural Resource - Air
      • Natural Resources - Water and Soil
      • Biogeochemical Cycles

      Improvement in Food Resources

      • Crop Production Management
      • Crop Improvement
      • Animal Husbandry
    • Chemistry

      Matter in Our Surroundings

      • States of Matter
      • Effect of Heat and Pressure on Matter
      • Evaporation and Condensation

      Is Matter Around Us Pure?

      • Classification of Matter
      • Solution, Suspension and Colloidal solutions
      • Separation of Solid Mixtures
      • Separation of Liquid Mixtures
      • Separation of Soluble Solids
      • Separation of Insoluble Solids
      • Types of Changes

      Atoms and Molecules

      • Basic Units of Matter
      • Laws of Chemical Combination
      • Atomic Mass and Molecular Mass
      • Mole Concept

      Structure of the Atom

      • Model of An Atom
      • Discovery of Nucleus
      • Distribution of Electrons in Orbits
      • Parameters of an Atom
    • Physics


      • Rest and Motion
      • Speed and Velocity
      • Acceleration
      • Distance Time Graphs
      • Velocity Time Graphs
      • Equations of Motion

      Force and Laws of Motion

      • Force
      • Newton's First Law of Motion
      • Newton's Second Law of Motion
      • Newton's Third Law of Motion
      • Conservation of Linear Momentum


      • Universal Law of Gravitation
      • Thrust and Pressure
      • Archimedes' Principle

      Work and Energy

      • Work
      • Energy
      • Conservation of Energy and Power


      • Production and Propagation of Sound
      • Characteristics of Sound Waves
      • Reflection of Sound
      • Ultrasound and Human Ear
  • Maths  |  View Syllabus

    • Number System

      • Rational Numbers
      • Irrational Numbers
      • Real Numbers
      • Laws of Exponents
      • Representation on Number Line


      • Introduction to Polynomials
      • Remainder Theorem
      • Factorisation: Factor Theorem
      • Factorisation: Split The Middle Term
      • Algebraic Identities: Quadratic
      • Algebraic Identities: Cubic Type

      Coordinate Geometry

      • Cartesian Plane

      Linear Equations in Two Variables

      • Formation of Linear Equations
      • Solutions to Linear Equations
      • Graphical Representations

      Introduction to Euclid's Geometry

      • Introduction to Euclid's Geometry

      Lines and Angles

      • Basic Concepts of Geometry
      • Parallel Lines and Transversals
      • Parallel Lines and Co-Interior Angles
      • Angle Sum Property of A Triangle


      • Congruence Criteria: SAS and ASA
      • Properties of Isosceles Triangle
      • Congruence Criteria: SSS and RHS
      • Inequalities in a Triangle


      • Types and Angle Sum Property
      • Parallelograms: Basic Properties
      • Angle Relations in Parallelogram
      • Parallelograms: Diagonal Properties
      • Mid-Point Theorem

      Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles

      • Concept of Area of Region
      • Area of Parallelograms
      • Area of Triangles


      • Introduction to Circles
      • Angle Subtended by The Chord
      • Perpendicular From Centre to Chord
      • Properties of Equal Chords
      • Cyclic Quadrilaterals

      Geometric Constructions

      • Basic Constructions
      • Construction of Triangles

      Heron's Formula

      • Introduction to Heron's Formula
      • Application of Heron's Formula

      Surface Areas and Volumes

      • Surface Area of a Cube and Cuboid
      • Surface Area of a Cylinder
      • Surface Area of a Cone
      • Surface Area: Sphere and Hemisphere
      • Volume of A Cuboid
      • Volume of a Cylinder
      • Volume of A Cone
      • Volume: Sphere and Hemisphere


      • Grouping and Tabulation of Data
      • Graphical Representation of Data
      • Measures of Central Tendency


      • Probability: Experimental Approach
      • Problems on Empirical Probability
  • Hindi  |  View Syllabus

    • Vyakran

      Shbd Or Pad Me Antar



      • Varn-Vichched

      Anuswar, Anunaasik, Nukata

      • Anuswar, Anunaasik, Nukata


      • Prefix


      • Suffix

      Joining Letters

      • Joining Letters

      Figure of Speech

      • Figure of Speech


      • Punctuation
  • Social Studies  |  View Syllabus

    • History

      The French Revolution

      • The French Revolution

      Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution

      • Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution

      Nazism and the Rise of Hitler

      • Nazism and the Rise of Hitler

      Forest Society and Colonialism

      • Forest Society and Colonialism

      Pastoralists in the Modern World

      • Pastoralists in the Modern World

      Peasants and Farmers

      History and Sport: The Story of Cricket

      Clothing: A Social History

    • Civics

      Democracy in the Contemporary World

      What is Democracy? Why Democracy?

      • What is Democracy? Why Democracy?

      Constitutional Design

      Electoral Politics

      Working of Institutions

      Democratic Rights

    • Geography

      India - Size and Location

      • India - Size and Location

      Physical Features of India

      • Physical Features of India


      • Drainage


      • Drought in Maharashtra: Issues and Implications
      • Rainfall- An important factor governing Indian economy

      Natural Vegetation and Wildlife

      • Natural Vegetation and Wildlife


      • Population
    • Economics

      The Story of Village Palampur

      • The Story of Village Palampur

      People as Resource

      • People as Resource

      Poverty as a Challenge

      • Poverty as a Challenge

      Food Security in India

      • Food Security in India
  • English  |  View Syllabus

    • Grammar

      Subject- Verb Agreement

      Synthesis of Sentences

      Question Formation

      Finites, Non-finites, Participles

      Transformation of Sentences

      Idioms and Phrases


      Phrases and Clauses

      Prefixes and Suffixes




      Direct and Indirect Speech



      Word forms

      Correct Usage

      • Gap filling
      • Sentence or Dialogue Completion
      • Sentence Reordering
      • Editing
      • Omission
      • Sentence Transformation


      Avoiding Repetition

      Figures of Speech

      Types of sentences (Form)



      Homophones and Homonyms

      Types of sentences (Meaning)

      Active and Passive Voice


      Parts of Speech

      Synonyms and Antonyms

    • Comprehension and Composition

      Message Writing

      Report Writing

      Reading Comprehension

      Story Writing

      Email Writing

      Paragraph Writing

      Informal Letter Writing

      Essay Writing

      Formal Letter Writing

      Precis Writing

      Notice Writing

      Debate Writing

      Diary Entry

      Speech Writing

      Dialogue Writing

      Article Writing

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CBSE Class 9 Syllabus provides the outlook of topics and units and details, introductions of chapters. Students should refer to the CBSE website and the NCERT curriculum before starting their preparations for each academic year. By doing so they will be able to study to the point and focus mainly on those concepts which are included in the syllabus. This will help in case students are referring to any other reference books than NCERT while studying. TopperLearning’s CBSE Class 9 Syllabus is aligned with the NCERT curriculum and the framework as provided by the CBSE. The detailed study resources at TopperLearning also aid students in studying for scholarship and entrance level exams. The syllabus not only provides the content of the course but also helps in structuring learning goals, assessment approach and expectations.

How can I download CBSE class 9 syllabus?

The CBSE Class 9 Syllabus acts as a frame of reference designed by the board and as per the curriculum objectives as researched by NCERT. Every class is designated with specific learning outcomes, which is aligned to the CBSE Class 9 Syllabus and help students gain knowledge and exposure to application-based learning. The syllabus helps standardise and adjust the learning levels of the students at various levels. TopperLearning study resources are aligned to the prescribed CBSE Class 9 Syllabus and can be downloaded online for all subjects such as Maths, Science, Social Science, Hindi and English. The syllabus not only provides the content of the course but also helps in structuring learning goals, assessment approach and expectations.

Is NCERT 9th class syllabus available in Hindi?

NCERT 9th Syllabus is available only in English. However, the textbooks of science are available in English, Hindi and Urdu languages and you can get it from the NCERT websites.

What is the syllabus of Class 9 CBSE?

The Class 9 CBSE Syllabus is a frame of reference that helps students with goals and objectives of a particular grade and subject. The Class 9 CBSE Syllabus helps students as a roadmap and assists in learning. A Syllabus helps instructors to frame and structure their course plan accordingly. Whenever a change in syllabus is announced by the board, TopperLearning ensures to update the content resources at the earliest possible time. TopperLearning provides the syllabus as well as crucial study materials like Video lessons, notes and question bank and one can download the Class 9 CBSE Syllabus online. The syllabus not only provides the content of the course but also helps in structuring learning goals, assessment approach and expectations.