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CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Comptt Examination 2017 : NSQF Scheme, Science

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NSQF Scheme, Science

 

CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Science

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

SCIENCE


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 90

Section – A

1. Write chemical name of the compound CH3 – CH2 – CH2 – Br.

2. Name a unicellular organism which reproduces by multiple fission.

3. What is meant by ‘biological magnification’ ?

4. Sumit was sitting at the back in the classroom. He was not able to read the sentences clearly which were written on the black board. What type of eye defect he is suffering from ? Draw ray diagram to show this defect of vision and its correction using a
suitable lens.

5. Which natural resource is considered the ‘biodiversity hot spots’ and why ? Suggest what may happen when there is a loss of biodiversity.

6.We often see domestic waste decomposing in the bye lanes of our residential colony, besides many empty plastic bottles, wrappers etc. lying here and there. Suggest any two arguments to make the residents realise that the improper disposal of waste may be harmful to their own as well as community health.

7. The general formula of the organic compounds ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ is CnH2n. Their boiling points are – 162 ºC, – 42.2 ºC and – 0.5 ºC respectively. Based on this information answer the following :
(a) Which type of compounds ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ are and why ?
(b) Which of these has maximum number of carbon atoms in the molecule and why ?
(c) Write the name and structural formula of the second member of this series.

8.  What is meant by groups and periods in the Modern Periodic Table ? Two elements ‘A’ and ‘B’ belong to group 1 and 2 respectively and are in the same period. How do the following properties of ‘A’ and ‘B’ vary ?
(i) Atomic size

(ii) Metallic character

(iii) Valencies in forming oxides

(iv) Formula of their chlorides

9. The electronic configuration of an element is 2, 8, 7.
(i) What is the group number and period number of this element in the Modern Periodic Table ?
(ii) Is this element a metal or a non-metal ? Give reason to justify your answer.

10.  What are structural isomers ? Why are isomers of first three members of alkane series not possible ? Write the all possible structures of isomer of fourth member of this series.

11.  (a) What is meant by fragmentation in organisms ? Name a multicellular organism which reproduces by this method.
(b) How does regeneration take place ? Why is this process not possible in all animals ?

12.  Differentiate between inherited and acquired traits by giving one example of each. Give reason why the traits acquired during the life time of an individual are not inherited ?

13. What are fossils ? How are they formed ? Explain two roles of fossils in tracing evolutionary relationships.

14.  In our country the legally prescribed minimum age for marriage is 18 years for females and 21 years for males. Why is it essential to fix the minimum age for marriage ? Give three reasons to justify your answer. List three methods for
preventing unwanted pregnancy.

15.  (a) Why does menstruation occur ?
(b) List in tabular form two distinguishing features between a sperm and an ovum.

 

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CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Mathematics

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

MATHEMATICS


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 90

Section – A

Each question from 1 to 4 is of 1 mark.

1. The length of shadow of a tower on a plane is √ 3 times the height of the tower. Find the angle of elevation of the sun.

2. In a throw of two dice, find the probability of getting a sum of 10.

3. Find the area of the circle that can be inscribed in a square of side 6 cm.

4. Find the diameter of the semi-circular protractor if its perimeter is 36 cm.

Section – B

Each question from 5 to 10 is of 2 marks.

5. Find the value of ab of the roots of equation ax2 + x + b = 0 are equal.

6.One card is drawn at random from a well shuffled pack of cards. Find the probability of getting (i) a king of red colour (ii) a face card.

7

8. Two concentric circles are of radii 5 cm and 3 cm. Find the length of chord of the larger circle which touches the smaller circle.

 

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CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Comptt Examination 2017 : Delhi Scheme, English (Language And Literature)

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Delhi Scheme, English (Language And Literature)

 

CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  English (Language And Literature)

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

ENGLISH
(Language and Literature)


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 70

Section – A

(Reading)

1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 1 × 8 = 8
This incident occurred when Bapu was practising law in the city of Johannesburg in South Africa. His office was three miles from his house. One day a colleague of his, Mr. Polak, asked Gandhiji’s thirteen-year old son, Manilal to go and get him a book
from the office. But Manilal completely forgot till Mr. Polak reminded him that evening. Gandhiji heard about it and sent for Manilal. He said, son, I know the night is dark and the way is long and lonely. You will have to walk nearly six miles but you
gave your word to Mr. Polak. You promised to get him his book. Go and get it now. Ba and the family were upset when they heard of Bapu’s decision. The punishment seemed very severe. Manilal was only a child, the night was dark and the way lonely.
He had only forgotten a book after all. It could be brought the next day. This was what they all felt, but no one had the courage to say anything. They knew that once Bapu’s mind was made up, nobody could change it.

At last Kalyan Bhai plucked up courage. “I’ll get the book,” he offered. Bapu was gentle but firm, but the promise was made by Manilal. “Very well, Manilal will go but let me go with him,” Kalyan Bhai pleaded. Bapu agreed to this and Manilal set off
with Kalyan Bhai to get the book. The kind and gentle Bapu could be firm as a rock at times. He saw that Manilal kept his word and did as he had promised.

Questions :
(a) When the incident took place what was Gandhiji doing ?
(b) What did Mr. Polak ask Manilal to do ?
(c) What did Gandhiji ask Manilal to do ?
(d) Why were Ba and the family upset ?
(e) Why did the family not do anything ?

(f) What did Kalyan Bhai offer ?
(g) What was Gandhiji’s response to his offer ?
(h) What does this incident tell us about Gandhiji ?

2. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 12
1. Elephants wanting to feed on crops are often hit by electric current from the electric fencing around the farms, while farmers without any electric protection around their lands suffer huge crop damage. A new idea to use bees to prevent
both the loss of elephant lives and the loss of crops seeks to change the way the problem of man-animal conflict is solved. Dr. Lucy King’s ‘Elephants and Bees Project’ has helped reduce such conflicts.

2. Dr. King heads the Nairobi-based ‘Save the Elephants’ (STE) charity’s ‘Human- Elephant Co-Existence Program’ and its ‘Elephants and Bees Project’, which is active in 11 countries mainly in Africa, Thailand and Sri Lanka. The project has
also been adopted in Karnataka’s North Kanara district by the non-profit Wildlife Research Conservation Society (WRCS). “A beehive fence is made up of interlinked real beehives, and ‘dummy’ beehives hung 10 metres apart and interlinked with a plain piece of fencing wire that, if disturbed, causes the whole fence to swing and bees come out of their hives to stop crop-raiding elephants,” Dr. King told The Hindu in an email interview.

3. According to Dr. King, elephants are wary of bees. “My studies have shown that elephants will run from the sound of disturbed African bees as they fear being stung around the sensitive parts of their body, like the eyes, inside the mouth,
and up the trunk,” she said. She said that STE’s studies have found that the fences are effective in 80 percent of cases, but male elephants are more likely to take the risk of bee attacks, especially in a herd, and cause damage. While Dr.
King’s work focuses mainly on Africa, she said that each project was different and beehives were being used for different purposes. For example, “South Africa and Gabon are using beehives to protect important tree species from being damaged by elephants,” said Dr. King, who completed her D. Phil on the project from Oxford University.

4. Inspired by Dr. King’s experiment, the STE website quoted WRCS officials as saying, “pre-recorded bee sounds were broadcast during crop-raiding events and they showed an instant withdrawl of elephants from the crop fields.” Following
this, they have set up low cost beehives in clay pots, bamboo structures and wooden logs to stop elephants. Apart from acting as defence mechanism for farms, beehive fences also act as an additional source of income, especially for
the poorest farmers. “The beehives can generate as much as 50 percent more income for them in a year from the sale of honey,” she said.

(a) What are the problems being faced by the farmers as well as the elephants ? 2
(b) How are beehives being used in South Africa ? 2
(c) Why are elephants cautious of bees, according to Dr. King ? 2
(d) How did WRCS use Dr. King’s experiment ? 2
(e) Find out the word from the passage which means fight/struggle. (Para 1) 1
(i) raiding (ii) trouble
(iii) conflict (iv) protection
(f) Find out the word from the passage which means ‘connected with each other’.
(i) interlinked (ii) beehive
(iii) dummy (iv) swing
(g) Find out the word from the passage which means ‘hurt with something’. (Para 3) 1
(i) stung (ii) herd
(iii) risk (iv) protect
(h) Find out the word from the passage which means ‘produce’. (Para 4) 1
(i) generate (ii) mechanism


SECTION – B
(Writing and Grammar)


3. Recently you have come across many articles on the topic, ‘Beti Bachao, Beti
Padhao’. In spite of these articles, girls are not given due respect in the society. Write a letter in 100 – 120 words to the Editor, The Times of India expressing your concern over the problem. Give some suggestions on the role of the people and government in curbing it. You are Vaibhavi/Vaibhav, 12 Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. 5
OR
You are, Sumit/Sobha. Many people have fallen victim to dengue and chikungunya in your town. Write an article ‘Fight against Dengue and Chikungunya’ by using the following hints and also your own ideas. (100 – 120 words)
Hints : Prevention better than cure – cleanliness – no waterlogging – in and outside – use mosquito nets – DDT spray – wear full sleeves – cover body parts.

4. Complete a story in 150-200 words based on the clues given below : 10

A boy was waiting for the bus at the bus stop. He saw an old man who was just crossing the road. Suddenly a car was coming towards him from the opposite side. The car hit the old man. The boy then ..........
OR
Two friends were going through a forest. They saw a bear coming towards them. One of the boys lay down on a ground and the other ….

5. Read the paragraph given below and fill in the blanks by choosing the most appropriate options from the ones that follow : 1 × 3 = 3
Sir Leon said that, in future, computers would be (a) ________ which would be
(b) ________ enough to be carried (c) ________ pockets.
(a) (i) make (ii) makes (iii) made (iv) making
(b) (i) small (ii) little (iii) less (iv) smaller
(c) (i) on (ii) at (iii) in (iv) for

 

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Delhi Scheme, English (Communicative)

 

CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  English (Communicative)

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

ENGLISH
(Communicative)


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 70

Section – A

(Reading)

1. Read the passage given below : 8
India is on the path of greatness. But where will this greatness come from ? Is it only the government of a country that can lead it to greatness ? Is it only the political leaders that can shape the future of a nation ? No. The true greatness of any nation lies
in its people. There is capability for greatness in every citizen of the land. For the true owners of our nation are its citizens. The Government is only the guardian of the nation and is ready to serve the people of the country. This is what a true democracy should be like. However, for a true democracy to succeed the citizens have to play a larger role and fulfill their duties towards the nation.

The most famous line from the US President John F Kennedy’s inaugural address is, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” What is this but a call for citizens to rise to the occasion and do their duty ?
In a true democracy, people get the leaders they deserve. If we simply sit in our drawing rooms and debate the quality of leadership this country has, we will achieve nothing. We have to play an active role in creating a new type of leadership because it
is we, the people, who own the nation.

We can achieve this kind of leadership firstly by educating the youth of the country which is of supreme importance. Second, parents need to teach their children the importance of obeying laws. Children need to learn and be encouraged to express their
talents and skills and consider themselves as the real strength of their nation. We need to encourage new ideas and creativity.

Whether you start a small business, write an article, teach a child, shop at local stores, not pollute your environment, participate in cleanliness drives, create a work of art, volunteer for some social cause or another similar effort, you are performing your duty as a citizen. You are contributing to the consciousness of the community development and this will begin the process of change. Considering that most young people spend most of their time at school or at work, it is also important for teachers and employers to inculcate a sense of duty in the hearts and minds of young people.

Answer the following questions briefly : 1 x 8 = 8
(a) Where does the true greatness of any nation lie ?
(b) What is the role of the government ?
(c) What did the US President say in his inaugural address ?
(d) How can a true democracy develop ?
(e) How can we achieve good leadership ?
(f) How can children consider themselves as the real strength of their nation ?
(g) When do you perform your duty as a citizen ? Mention any two activities.
(h) Who should inculcate a sense of duty in the children ?

2. Read the passage given below : 12
Millions of tons of small waste from plastic bags, bottles and clothes in the world’s oceans present a serious threat to human health and marine environment. This is the stark warning issued by the U.N. in a report on the most dangerous environmental
problems facing the world today. Global plastic production has increased considerably in recent years, nearly by 38%. A poor waste management means when we have finished with our takeaway containers, cigarette butts and party balloons, they are worn down into trillions of even smaller particles by the waves. Therefore, there is a growing presence of these micro plastics in the world’s oceans.

It was estimated in 2010 that millions of tons of plastic was washed into the seas and has since shown up in the stomachs of whales, plankton and other marine life. Richard Thompson, professor of marine biology has said that in laboratory experiments there is proof that micro plastic can cause harm to organisms.

More than a quarter of all fish now contain plastic, according to a recent study which analysed the guts of fish sold in California.

Scientists fear that chemicals in plastics and also chemicals which attach themselves to plastic in natural environment could cause poisoning and many disorders in marine life if consumed in huge quantities. Even humans could be adversely affected by the plastic. People could even be breathing in plastic micro particles suspended in the air with the risk of harmful effect on the lungs similar to car fumes. Boyance Slat, a Dutch student has developed a technology that could sift dangerous
plastic particles out of the ocean and sell them for profit or re-cycling. Richard Thompson recommended that people avoid using products with micro beads and to make sure they dispose of all plastic products in an appropriate way by re-cycling if
possible.

(2.1) Answer the following questions briefly : 2 × 4 = 8
(a) What is the warning issued by the U.N. ?
(b) What do the scientists fear ?
(c) What is the single most harmful effect of plastic micro particles on humans ?
(d) What is Richard Thompson’s advice ?

(2.2) Identify the meaning of each of the words given below with the help of options that follow : 1 × 4 = 4
(e) Stark (i) serious (ii) violent (iii) unpleasant (iv) angry
(f) Huge (i) impressive (ii) large (iii) constant (iv) standard
(g) Micro (i) mechanical (ii) dangerous (iii) very small (iv) tough
(h) Adversely (i) negatively (ii) clearly (iii) poorly (iv) surely

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CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Social Science

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

SOCIAL SCIENCE


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 90

General Instructions :
(i) The question paper has 30 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.
(ii) Marks are indicated against each question.
(iii) Questions from serial number 1 to 8 are Very Short Answer Questions. Each question carries 1 mark. Answer to these should not exceed 30 words.
(iv) Questions from serial number 9 to 20 are 3 marks questions. Answers of these questions should not exceed 80 words each.
(v) Questions from serial number 21 to 28 are 5 marks questions. Answers of these questions should not exceed 120 words each.
(vi) Question number 29 and 30 are map questions of 3 marks each from History and Geography both. After completion, attach the maps inside your answer-book.

1. To which country did the artist Frederic Sorrieu belong ?
OR
To which country did Ngo Dinh Diem belong ?

2. Why is energy needed ? Write one reason.

3. Which organization does recognize ‘Political Parties’ in India ?

4.  If a non-democratic country wants to change into a democratic set up, then which kind of challenge would it face ?

5. Why do pressure groups employ lobbyist ?

6. Suppose you want to purchase a Television from market, then which logo of quality should have been marked on the Television ?

7. What is the basic function of foreign trade ?

8. Why is it difficult for poor to get loan from Banks ?

9. “Ideas of national unity in early nineteenth century Europe were closely allied to the ideology of Liberalism.” Analyse the statement.

OR

“US entry into the Vietnam war from 1965 to 1972 marked a new phase that proved costly to the Vietnamese as well as the Americans.” Analyse the statement.

10. Why did Gandhiji launch the Civil Disobedience Movement ? Explain any three reasons.

11. “Gandhiji’s idea of Satyagraha emphasized the Power of truth and the need to search for truth.” In the light of this statement assess the contribution of Gandhiji towards Satyagraha.

12. Suggest any three measures to minimize the environmental degradation by the industries in India.

13.  “The distribution pattern of the railway network in India has been mainly influenced by physiographic and economic factors.” Support the statement with suitable examples.

14.  Which State is the largest producer of manganese in India ? Mention any two uses of manganese.

15. “Popular struggles are integral to the working democracy.” Explain the statement in the light of Bolivia’s struggle against privatisation of water.

16. “Democracy is accountable and responsive to the needs and expectations of the citizens.” Evaluate the statement.

17. Explain any three recent efforts made to reform political parties in India.

18. “In a matter of years, Indian markets have been transformed with wide ranging choice of goods.” Support the statement with examples.

19.  Describe any three rights of consumer which can help him / her against unfair trade practices and exploitation.

20. Explain the values which a borrower should observe for the proper use of loan taken.

 

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CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Science

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

SCIENCE


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 90

Section – A

1. Write the molecular formula of (i) Methane and (ii) Ethanol.

2. Write two different uses of concave mirrors.

3. Name two natural ecosystems.

4. State Modern Periodic Law. What is number of groups and periods in the Modern Periodic Table ?

5. List four characteristics of the images formed by plane mirrors.

6. What is ozone ? Name the chemicals that damage the ozone layer.

7. Varun instead of copying from the black board use to copy regularly from the note book of his friend, Sudhir with whom he sat on the same desk. Sudhir told the teacher about it. The teacher asked Varun to get his eyes checked by a doctor and explained to whole class the reason why Varun copied from Sudhir’s notebook.
(i) What in your view, is wrong with Varun’s eyes and how can it be corrected ?
(ii) If the doctor prescribes Varun to use lenses of power – 0.5 D, write the type of these lenses.
(iii) Write the values displayed by Sudhir and his teacher.

8.  What is scattering of light ? Why is the colour of the clear sky blue ? Explain.

9.  An object is placed perpendicular to the principal axis of a convex lens of focal length 8 cm. The distance of the object from the lens is 12 cm. Find the position and nature of the image.

10. Define the term magnification as referred to spherical mirrors. If a concave mirror forms a real image 40 cm from the mirror, when the object is placed at a distance of 20 cm from its pole, find the focal length of the mirror.

11. An element ‘M’ has atomic number 12.
(i) Write its electronic configuration and valency.
(ii) Is ‘M’ a metal or a non-metal ? Give reason in support of your answer.
(iii) Write the formula and nature (acidic / basic) of the oxide of M.

12. How does the atomic radius of the elements change on going
(i) from left to right in a period, and
(ii) down a group in the Modern Periodic Table ? Give reason in support of your answer.

13. What is a homologous series of carbon compounds ? List its any two characteristics. Write the name and formula of next higher homologous of HCOOH.

14. (a) Write the functions of the following parts of human male reproductive system :
(i) Testis ; (ii) Vas deferens ; (iii) Urethra ; (iv) Prostate
(b) List any two common pubertal changes that appear in human males.

15. Distinguish between inherited traits and acquired traits giving one example of each. Give reason why the traits acquired by an individual during the life time are not inherited.

16. What is asexual reproduction ? Write the process of budding in Hydra.

17. What are Chromosomes ? Explain how in sexually reproducing organisms the number of chromosomes in the progeny is maintained.

18. List and explain briefly any three methods of contraception.

19. (a) Draw labelled ray diagrams for each of the following cases to show the position, nature and size of the image formed by a convex lens when the object is placed
(i) between its optical centre (O) and principal focus (F)
(ii) between F and 2F
(b) How will the nature and size of the image formed in the above two cases, (i) and (ii) change, if the convex lens is replaced by a concave lens of same focal length ?

20. A person is unable to see distinctly the words printed on a newspaper. Name the defect of vision he is suffering from. Draw ray diagram to illustrate this defect. List its two possible causes. Draw a ray diagram to show how this defect may be corrected
using a lens of appropriate focal length. 

21. (a) Write a chemical equation of each of the following types of chemical reactions of organic compounds.
(i) Oxidation reaction
(ii) Addition reaction
(iii) Substitution reaction
(b) What is ethanol ? What happens when it is heated with excess Conc. H2SO4 at 443 K ? Write the role of Conc. H2SO4 in this reaction.

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CBSE Class-10 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Mathematics

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

MATHEMATICS


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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II

HINDI


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All India Scheme, (Business Studies)

CBSE Class-12 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Business Studies (Set-1)

BUSINESS STUDIES

Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 80

General Instructions :
(i) Answers to questions carrying 1 mark may be from one word to one sentence.
(ii) Answers to questions carrying 3 marks may be from 50-75 words.
(iii) Answers to questions carrying 4-5 marks may be about 150 words.
(iv) Answers to questions carrying 6 marks may be about 200 words.
(v) Attempt all parts of a questions together.

 

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CBSE Class-12 Question Papers for IOP/Comptt Examination 2017 : All India Scheme, Accountancy

CBSE Class-12 Question Papers for IOP/Comptt Examination 2017

All India Scheme, (Accountancy)

CBSE Class-12 Question Papers for IOP/Cmptt Examination :  Accountancy (Set-1)

ACCOUNTANCY

Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 80

PART – A
(Accounting for Partnership Firms and Companies)

1. What is meant by ‘Hidden Goodwill’ ?

2. Akash, Naveen and Zaid are partners sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2:2. Zaid died on 1st September, 2016. The total amount owed by the firm to his executors was ₹ 60,000. The firm decided to pay him in three equal annual instalments carrying interest @6% p.a. beginning with 1st September, 2017. Pass the journal entry for recording the above transaction on the date of Zaid’s death.
3. Differentiate between dissolution of partnership and dissolution of a partnership firm on the basis of ‘continuity of business’.

4. Does the change in profit sharing ratio result into dissolution of the partnership firm ? Give reason in support of your answer.

5. State the ratio in which the partners share the gain or loss on revaluation of assets and liabilities.

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