CBSE Syllabus for Class 6 Maths is released by the CBSE board to give students a quality education. Identifying the syllabus at the beginning of the academic year helps students in planning their studies. Also, they get an idea of what topics they need to focus more on. Here we have provided the CBSE Class 6 Maths Syllabus. The CBSE Syllabus provides details on topics that students have to cover in class 6 Maths subjects.

Maths is a scoring subject for those who have a good hold on concepts. The CBSE has included this subject in the Class 6 curriculum so that CBSE Class 6 students develop analytical and thinking skills for solving problems accurately. With the help of the CBSE Class 6 Maths Syllabus, students will get a clear idea and a better understanding of the topics.

**CBSE Class 6 Maths Syllabus for 2023 - 2024 Academic Year**

Unit | Unit Name | Section |
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1 | Number System | Knowing Your Numbers |

Playing with Numbers | ||

Whole numbers | ||

Negative Numbers and Integers | ||

Fractions | ||

2 | Algebra | Introduction to Algebra |

3 | Ratio and Proportion | Ratio and Proportion |

4 | Geometry | Basic geometrical ideas (2 -D) |

Understanding Elementary Shapes (2-D and 3-D) | ||

Symmetry | ||

Constructions (using Straight edge Scale, protractor, compasses) | ||

5 | Mensuration | Concept of Perimeter and Introduction to Area |

6 | Data Handling | Data Handling |

**CBSE Class 6 Maths Syllabus - Chapter Names**

The table below shows the chapter names and topics under each chapter. Students can find all these chapters in NCERT Class 6 Maths textbook. It is recommended that students study from the NCERT textbook as it follows the CBSE pattern and covers the entire syllabus. Also, the annual exam question paper is prepared from NCERT textbooks.

Chapter Names | Topics |
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Chapter 1: Knowing Our Numbers | 1.1 Introduction |

1.2 Comparing Numbers | |

1.3 Large Numbers in Practice | |

Chapter 2: Whole Numbers | 2.1 Introduction |

2.2 Whole Numbers | |

2.3 The Number Line | |

Chapter 3: Playing With Numbers | 3.1 Introduction |

3.2 Factors and Multiples | |

3.3 Prime and Composite Numbers | |

3.4 Test For Divisibility Of Numbers | |

3.5 Common Factors and Common Multiples | |

3.6 Prime Factorisation | |

3.7 Highest Common Factor | |

3.8 Lowest Common Multiple | |

3.9 Some Problems on HCF and LCM | |

Chapter 4: Basic Geometrical Ideas | 4.1 Introduction |

4.2 Points | |

4.3 A Line Segment | |

4.4 A line | |

4.5 Intersecting Lines | |

4.6 Parallel Lines | |

4.7 Ray | |

4.8 Curves | |

4.9 Polygons | |

4.10 Angles | |

Chapter 5: Understanding Elementary Shapes | 5.1 Introduction |

5.2 Measuring Line Segments | |

5.3 Angles-’Right’ and ‘Straight’ | |

5.4 Angles- ‘Acute’, ‘Obtuse’ and ‘Reflex’ | |

5.5 Measuring Angles | |

5.6 Perpendicular Lines | |

5.7 Classification of Triangles | |

5.8 Quadrilaterals | |

5.9 Polygons | |

Chapter 6: Integers | 6.1 Introduction |

6.2 Integers | |

6.3 Addition of Integers | |

6.4 Subtraction of Integers with the help of a Number Line | |

Chapter 7: Fractions | 7.1 Introduction |

7.2 A Fraction | |

7.3 Fraction on the Number Line | |

7.4 Proper Fractions | |

7.5 Improper and Mixed Fractions | |

7.6 Equivalent Fractions | |

7.7 Simplest Form of a Fraction | |

7.8 Like Fractions | |

7.9 Comparing Fractions | |

7.10 Addition and Subtraction of Fractions | |

Chapter 8: Decimals | 8.1 Introduction |

8.2 Comparing Decimals | |

8.3 Using Decimals | |

8.4 Addition of Numbers with Decimals | |

8.5 Subtraction of Decimals | |

Chapter 9: Data Handling | 9.1 Introduction |

9.2 Recording Data | |

9.3 Organisation of Data | |

9.4 Pictograph | |

9.5 Interpretation of a Pictograph | |

Chapter 10: Mensuration | 10.1 Introduction |

10.2 Perimeter | |

10.3 Area | |

Chapter 11: Algebra | 11.1 Introduction |

11.2 Matchstick Patterns | |

11.3 The Idea Of A Variable | |

11.4 More Matchstick Patterns | |

11.5 More Examples of Variables | |

Chapter 12: Ratio and Proportion | 12.1 Introduction |

12.2 Ratio | |

12.3 Proportion | |

12.4 Unitary Method |