Level C is equivalent to Class 6 , 7 & 8
 Sample Links  Objectives   NUMBER SYSTEM   Recapitulation of numbers and their properties of operations learnt earlier
 Introduction to the sense of largeness and approximation of large numbers
  FACTORS,MULTIPLES and PRIME NUMBERS
  Concepts of factor and multiple of a number
 Prime and composite numbers
 Even and odd numbers
 Common factors and common multiple, coprime numbers, concepts of HCF and LCM and their relationship
 Prime factorisation and finding HCF and LCM through prime factorisation
 HCF and LCM by Division meathod
 Divisibility rules by 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and 11 and properties of divisibility
 Validity and use of the result HCFxLCM = Product of two numbers
 Use of HCF and LCM in simplification of fractions and operations on fractions
 Word Problems based on HCF and LCM
  INTEGERS   Need of Integers; introduction by a pattern ; absolute value of an integer
 Representation of integers on the number line
 Ordering of integers using symbols < or > ;
 Operations on integers and their properties
  RATIONAL NUMBERS   Introduction to rational numbers ( with representation on number line)
 Operations on rational numbers ( all operations)
 Properties of rational numbers ( using general form of expression to describe properties e.g. a+b=b+a)
 To understand that infinitely many rational numbers lie between any two given rational numbers
 Simplification of Expressions involving rational numbers
 Word problems based on rational numbers
  EXPONENTS & POWERS   Introduction ( exponents as natural numbers and integers only)
 Laws of exponents
  SQUARES, SQUARE ROOTS,CUBES, CUBE ROOTS   Squares and Square roots
 Square roots using both factor and division methods ( upto two decimals only )
 Cube and cube roots
 Cube roots ( by factor method only ) of perfect cubic number
 Estimating square roots and cube roots
  INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA   Introduction to literal numbers, variable and coefficients
 Expressions and Terms ( monomial, binomial, trinomial etc. ) of expressions
 Addition and subtraction of Algebraic expressions
 Multiplication and division of algebraic expressions ( coeffecients to be integers only and exponents of coeffecients/variables to be whole number only)
 Identities (formulae)
 Factorisation ( simple cases only)
  SIMPLE LINEAR EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE   Introduction to linear equations (through contextual problems)
 Distinction between equality and equation
 Solution of linear equations
 Simple word problems based on linear equation
  RATIO AND PROPORTION   Concept of ratio
 Proportion : as equality of two ratios
 Property of proportion ; product of means equals product of extremes
 Mean and third propotionals of two given numbers
 Variation  direct and inverse
 Unitary method
 Word problems based on unitary method and direct and inverse variations ( time , work,wages, time and distance etc.)
  PERCENTAGE   Meaning of per cent and percentage
 Converting fractions, decimals ratios, etc. into per cents and vice versa
 Simple problems based on percentage ( on population , area etc.)
 Application of per cents to profit and loss and discount  word problems
  SIMPLE AND COMPOUND INTEREST   Concepts of simple and compound interests
 Related terms Principal, Rate, Time, Amount, Interest
 Distinction between simple and compound interest
 Given any three of Principal, Rate, Time and Simple Interest , to calculate the fourth and the Amount
 Arriving at the formula for compound interest through patterns
 Calculating compound interest compounded yearly upto 3 yrs. or halfyearly upto 3 steps only
 Word problems from everyday life ( Rate of growth , Banking etc.)
  BASIC GEOMETRICAL CONCEPTS   Concepts of point, line, plane, linesegment and ray
 Open and closed figures, interior and exterior of closed figures
 Properties of lines in a plane
 Collinear points and concurrent lines
  LINES AND ANGLES   Concept of an angle, arms, vertex, measure, acute, obtuse, right, straight, reflex, zero and complete
 Pairs of lines: intersecting, perpendicular and parallel
 Pairs of angles : linear, complimentary, supplementary, adjacent, vertically opposite, alternate, corresponding
 Properties of parallel lines
  TRIANGLES   What is a triangle
 Types and properties of triangle
              CONSTRUCTION   Angle of a given measure with protractor, angles of 45,60,90,120 deg. with ruler and compass
 Right bisector of a linesegment
 Lines parallel to a given line , perpendicular to a given line from a point
 Bisector of an angle
 Construction of triangles ( SSS,SAS,ASA,Right triangle)
 Construction of quadrilaterals ( given four sides and diagonal, three sides and two diagonals,three sides and two included angles, two adjacent sides and three angles)
 Construction of a circle given ( radius, diameter)
  MENSURATION   Concepts of perimeter , area , volume ( finding perimeters of various figures , rectangle , square, circle)
 Area of square, rectangle, triangle (including Hero's formula), parallelogram, trapezium,circle)
 Volume and surface area of cube , cuboid
  DATA HANDLING   Draw bar graph forgiven data, interpret given bar graph
 Find mean of ungrouped data
 Find median of ungrouped data arranged in ascending order only having odd / even number of observations
 Find mode ( observation having highest frequency ) of a given data
 Draw pie charts for simple data only
 Give feel of probability using data through experiments like tossing coins , dice etc.
   
