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## (Download) AISSEE Exam Paper - I Mathematics & Science "Class - IX"- 2016

ALL INDIA SAINIK SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION: 2016
PAPER I – MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE
CLASS –IX

Time: 2 hrs

Max Marks: 275
Notes:- (Maths: 200 & Science: 75)

(a) This paper contains two parts – Part ‘A’ is Mathematics and Part ‘B’ is Science. You are required to attempt ALL questions in each part.
(b) Part ‘A’ (Mathematics) contains 50 questions. Marks are indicated against each question.
(c) Part ‘B’ (Science) contains 37 questions. Marks are indicated against each question.
(d) Write your answers in the space provided in the question paper.
(e) Rough work is to be done at space provided only.
(f) Write all your answers in Blue/Black ink only. Do not use pencil.

This booklet contains 28 pages.

PART- A: MATHEMATICS (Max Marks: 200)
SECTOIN –I
(Each question carries two marks)

Q1. Find the product of (a2) x (2a22) x (4a26).
Q2. Using Euler’s formula find the number of faces of polyhedron having 6 vertices & 12 edges.
Q3. Calculate the value of 100 x 8 +10 x 1 + 7
Q4. What is the point of intersection of x-axis and y-axis called?
Q5. Find the value of x if
Q6. Eleven bags of wheat flour, each marked 5 kg, actually contained the following weights of flour (in kg) 4.97, 5.05, 5.08, 5.00, 5.06, 5.08, 4.98, 5.04, 5.07, 5.00. what is the probability that any of these bags chosen at contains
more than 5 kg of flour?
Q7. If X= [(56/28)0÷ (2/5 )3] x (16/25 ) then find the value of x.
Q8. Find cube root of 175616 by factorization method.
Q9. How many sides does a regular polygon have, if the measure of an exterior angle is 120?
Q10. Evaluate [(1/3)-1-(1/4)-1]-1

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## (Download) AISSEE Exam Paper - II Language & Social Studies "Class - IX"- 2014

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## "Class - VI" - 2016

ALL INDIA SAINIK SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION : 2016
PAPER I – MATHEMATICS AND LANGUAGE ABILITY
CLASS –VI

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Max Marks: 200
Note:-
(1) This question paper contains two parts and you have to answer all questions in both parts.
(2) Part “A” Mathematics has three sections containing 30 questions. Q. Nos 1 to 10carry 2 marks each, Q. Nos 11 to 20 carry 3 marks each and Q. Nos 21 to 30 carry 5 marks each.
(3) Part “B” Language Ability Test contains 10 questions. Q.1 and 2 carry 15 marks each and Q. Nos 5 to 8 carry 5 marks each. The remaining questions carry 10 marks each. In this part you can write your answers in any one of the chosen language only.
(4) Write your answer in Blue/Black/ ink only. Do not use pencil.
(5) All Rough Works is to be done at space provided.

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## Affiliated Schools - South Zone, Karnataka (Kodagu)

Sainik School Kodagu is the twenty second Sainik School in the country and the second in the state of Karnataka. It was established on 18th October 2007.

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## Affiliated Schools - South Zone, Karnataka (Bijapur)

SAINIK SCHOOL BIJAPUR (SSBJ) began functioning in temporary shelters on September 16, 1963. Thirteenth in the series of Sainik schools set up across the country in the sixties, SSBJ was cosseted in a small corner of Vijaya College in Bijapur.

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## Affiliated Schools - South Zone, Kerala

The scheme to establish  Sainik Schools originated  in order to serve as an ideal residential educational institution for the deserving  intelligent sections of the boys, hailing especially from the rural areas of our country.

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## Affiliated Schools - South Zone, Andhra Pradesh

The Comity of 25 Sainik Schools are premier educational institutions in the country imparting Military oriented education to the Cadets. They are administrated by Sainik Schools Society, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi.

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## Affiliated Schools - South Zone, Tamil Nadu

Sainik school, Amaravathinagar is an English medium, residential school for boys providing Public School Education with a military bias upto +2 stage as per the Central Board of Secondary Education Syllabus.

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## Affiliated Schools - North Zone, Uttar Pradesh

It was on 15th July 1960, the seeds of U.P. Sainik School were sown in the rural setting of Sarojini Nagar, some 15 km away from the State Capital, Lucknow. As a special institution and the first of its kind, the idea of U.P. Sainik School was conceived by Dr. Sampurnanand, a veteran freedom fighter, an astute politician and a man of letters. He could see that the most populous State of the Union had a very thin representation in the officers cadre of the Armed forces. The UP Sainik School was set up to provide highly subsidized quality education to selected students with the help of military officers and to make it functional as a nursery and feeder institution for the N.D.A.

The school was established as a special institution under the General Administration Department of the Government of U.P. Lt Col HRH Daniel was its founding Principal. The Principal was assisted by Sri D N Pandey as Vice-Principal and Sri V G Horon as the Administrative Officer. The staff was drawn on deputation from the Education Department of U.P. The school admitted 50 cadets in class VII for its first term commencing from July, 1960 and the first cadet was YP Singh, School No. 1, now Lt Col, in the Army. With a band of 5 staff and 50 cadets U.P. Sainik School got a head start with promises for the people of the state.

The school started functioning in the buildings made available to it by Munshi Land Institute, an organization under the U.P. Post-War Services Reconstruction Fund Trust. It was planned to construct a new buildings as per requirement of the school at the existing site of the Scooter India. But subsequently during 1965, as the Munshi Land Institute was closing down, it was proposed to hand over the land and buildings of the Institute to Sainik School. Eventually the Munshi Land Institute was closed down and its land measuring some 280 acres and buildings thereat were transferred to U.P. Sainik Schools Society on sale in 1965. The buildings of Munshi Land Institute taken over by the School were not built to suit the requirement of a Sainik School. However, at the time they served the purpose temporarily. Looking in retrospect one can see that this arrangement militated against the U.P. Sainik School developing its own defined and properly laid out campus, buildings and facilities. Even after nearly 26 years of its existence it is still sheltered in those very buildings which are erratically dispersed and which have outlived their life.

## Contact Details:

1.   Principal (Col Amit Chatterjee) - (0522) 2476263
2.   Registrar (Col Gaurav Chaturvedi) - (0522)-2476289

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## Affiliated Schools - North Zone, Himachal Pradesh

Sainik Schools were set up on the lines of Public Schools and were designed to cater to the needs of the common masses who could not afford to send their wards to expensive and elitist public schools.

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## Affiliated Schools - North Zone, Jammu & Kashmir

Sainik School Nagrota, Jammu & Kashmir is a residential Public School inaugurated on 22 Ag 1970 by the then Defence Minister Late Sh Jagjivan Ram. The Founder Principal was Cdr NN Seth.

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## Affiliated Schools - North Zone, Uttarakhand

SAINIK SCHOOL GHORAKHAL

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