Units and Topics
(i) The brain, the voluntary and involuntary nerves.
(ii) The five Jnana Indriyas - eyes, ears, nose, tongue and the skin.
- their role in sensory perception.
(iii) The five karma Indriyas - arms, legs, tongue and larynx, organs of excretion and organs of reproduction.
- their role in performing actions
(iv) Yoga and the health of the nervous system.
(i) The organs of excretion.
(ii) The importance of the proper elimination of body wastes for maintaining health.
(i) The heart and blood vessels, blood and its composition.
(ii) The lymphatic system.
(iii)How Yoga improves circulation.
(i) The thyroid, pituitary, adrenal, pancreas and testes.
(ii) Their importance in growth and human health.
(iii)How Yoga helps to regulate functioning of endocrinal glands.
Candidates are to write notes on the lives and teachings of the following: Vyasa, Yagnavalkya, Chaitanya, Narsi Mehta, Jnaneshwar and Purandardas.
Samdhi pada, Sadhana pada, Vibhuti pada and Kaivalya pada
Pramana, Viparyaya, Vikalpa, Smriti and Nidra
Avidya, Asmita, Raga, Dvesha and Abhinivesh.
(i) Vyadhi, Styana, Samshana, Pramada, Alasya, Avirati, Bhranti, Darshana, Alabdhahumikatva Anavasthi-tattva. (ii) Dukha, Daurmansya, Angamejayatva and Shvasa Prashvasa.
Maitri, Karuna, Mudita and Upeksha
Kama, Krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada and Matsarya
Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mimamsa and Vedanta.
Charvaka, Buddhism and Jainism.
Patanjali Yoga Sutra 1.2 1.33 1.14 2.28 2.3
Question Papers For All Subjects
- English 1 (English Language) 2006 to 2019
- Hindi 2009 to 2019
- History and Civics 2006 to 2019
- Mathematics 2006 to 2019
- Economics 2011 to 2020
- Biology 2006 to 2019
- Chemistry 2006 to 2019
- Computer Science 2010 to 2013
- English 2 (Literature in English) 2006 to 2020
- Environmental Education 2009 to 2011
- Geography 2006 to 2019
- Physics 2006 to 2019