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(Affiliated Schools) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) - West Zone, Chhattisgarh (Ambikapur)

    

All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE)

Affiliated Schools - West Zone, Chhattisgarh (Ambikapur)

About:

Sainik School Ambikapur started functioning with effect from 1st September 2008. The Sainik Schools are a system of schools in India conceived in 1961 by V. K.

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(Affiliated Schools) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) - West Zone, Maharashtra (Satara)

    

All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE)

Affiliated Schools - West Zone, Maharashtra (Satara)

About:

Sainik School, Satara is situated at Satara City, on Pune-Banglore highway. It was the first Sainik School amongst a chain of 24 such schools established in the country. Sainik School, Satara was founded on 23 Jun 1961.

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(Affiliated Schools) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) - West Zone, Madhya Pradesh (Rewa)

    

All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE)

Affiliated Schools - West Zone, Madhya Pradesh (Rewa)

About:

Sainik Schools in the country have been established by Ministry of Defence in many states since 1961 with an aim to prepare boys for entry into National Defence Academy.

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(Affiliated Schools) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) - West Zone, Haryana (Rewari)

    

All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE)

Affiliated Schools - West Zone, Haryana (Rewari)

About:

Sainik School Rewari was inaugurated on 29th Aug 2008 by Shri AK Antony, Hon'ble Raksha Mantri.

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(Affiliated Schools) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) - West Zone, Haryana (Kunjpura)

    

All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE)

Affiliated Schools - West Zone, Haryana (Kunjpura)

About:

It was on 24 July 1961, that the huge mansion of Nawab of Kunjpura, the symbol of power and pelf of bygone days, which had earlier housed the prestigious Punjab Police Academy, was converted into a temple of learning by the then Defence Minister of India, Sh V.

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Information Technology

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Information Technology

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Information Technology

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Urdu

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Urdu

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Urdu(Course-A)

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Foundation of Information Technology

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Foundation of Information Technology

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Foundation of Information Technology (Delhi)

CBSE AISSE 2016 Foundation of Information Technology

(Subject Code 165 Paper Code No. 53/1)
Delhi Marking Scheme

Important Note:
● All answers provided in the Marking scheme are SUGGESTIVE.
● Examiners are requested to accept all possible alternative correct answer(s).
● Wherever HTML Tags are asked – ignore the format/additional arguments if so given in the answer(s)
● Wherever multiple answers are suggested, they are in order of appropriateness

SECTION A

Q1. Fill in the blanks 10
(a) In XML____________can’t contain multiple values.
Ans. Attributes
(1 mark for writing correct word)
(b) XML is subset of_________
Ans. SGML
(1 mark for writing correct word)
(c) <TD> tag can only be present inside______________tag.
Ans. <TR>
(1 mark for writing correct tag)
(d) __________________ is used to change the colour of a visited link.
Ans. vlink
(1 mark for writing correct word)
(e) ________________are used to connect web pages. They are created with <A> tag.
Ans. hyperlinks OR href OR target
(1 mark for writing correct word)
(f) _____________________attribute is used to give border to an image.
Ans. border
(1 mark for writing correct attribute)
(g) _______________________attribute with <HR> tag is used to specify colour of the line.
Ans. color
(1 mark for writing correct attribute)

(h) ______________________is business in online environment.
Ans. E‐commerce
(1 mark for writing correct word)
(i) ____________________ is a computer program that detects, prevents and takes
action to remove malicious software programs.
Ans. Antivirus
(1 mark for writing correct word)
(j) __________________ is a software program that is designed to copy itself from one
computer to another.
Ans. Virus or worm
(1 mark for writing correct word)
Q2. State True False:
(1 mark for writing each correct option)

10
(a) One of the attributes of XML tag is TYPE.
Ans. False or True
(b) Junk emails are also called spam.
Ans. True
(c) Cracker is a person who break security to see what we have stored on our computers with malintentions.
Ans True
(d) An XML document must have one root element.
Ans. True
(e) <I> tag displays text in bold.
Ans. False
(f) Cellpadding attribute is used with <BODY> tag.
Ans. False
(g) <Font> tag is one of the structural tag of HTML document.

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, bengali

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  bengali

MARKING SCHEME
SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION : 2016
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT -- II

CLASS -- X

SUBJECT : BENGALI (005)
SERIES : JSR
CODE NO :7
SET : 4
MAXIMUM MARKS : 90

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, English Language & Literature

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, English Language & Literature

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  English Language & Literature (Delhi)

All India Secondary School

Examination 2016

Marking Scheme - English Communicative (Delhi - 1/1/1, 1/1/2, 1/1/3)


General Instructions:
Please note that the questions are numbered in continuation from 1 to 11.
(i) Marking of the entire script should be done by one examiner. All answers in all the scripts issued to the examiner should be marked section wise.
(ii) In the marking scheme, a slash (/) indicates alternative answers; any one such answer is counted as correct.
(iii) Brackets ( ) indicate optional information; the mark is awarded whether the part in brackets is included or not.
(iv) If a student writes an answer which is not given in the marking scheme but which is equally acceptable, full marks should be awarded.
(v) Students should not be penalized if they do not follow the order of the sections / questions while answering.
(vi) In questions requiring word limit please note that no marks are to be deducted for exceeding the word limit.
(vii) The Marking Scheme carries only suggested value points for the answers. These are only guidelines and do not constitute the complete answers. The students can have their own expression and if the expression is correct, marks should be awarded accordingly.

QUESTION PAPER CODE 1/1/1
SECTION A (READING) 20 MARKS

Note : Section A tests the candidate’s ability in reading only. Therefore, no deductions are to be made for errors in spelling, grammar or punctuation. Marks should be awarded if the answer can be clearly understood.

Objective: This section evaluates the reading and comprehension skills of the students and their ability to infer and evaluate the given information.

1. COMPUTERS MARKS–8
Objective: To identify the main points of a text
Marking: 8 marks – 1 mark for each correct answer

1.1 Sentence Completion
Answers :

a) invention of computers
b) solve mathematical problems / put thousands of unrelated facts in order
c) provide information on the best way to prevent traffic jams / used in industries / used in universities / carry out complicated work in all branches of learning (any one).
d) the process by which machines can be used to work for us
e) need detailed instructions from human beings to operate/ can not make decisions of their own ( any one)
f) will enable people who do not share a common language to talk to each other without any difficulty / to read foreign publications (any one)
g) computers would be developed which would be small enough to carry in the pocket . / Ordinary people would be able to use these pocket computers to obtain valuable information . / Computers could be plugged in to a national network and be used like radios (any one)
h) can be informed about weather conditions / car drivers can be given alternative roads when there are traffic jams / make tiny translating machines ( any one)

2 OVERCONFIDENCE TOTAL MARKS-12
Objective : To identify the main points of a text
Marking : 8 marks - 2 marks for each correct answer
2.1 Answers :

a) because of over assessment of his capabilities and competence ; jumps into situations that are beyond his control. 2
b) misadventures /endangering their chances in life / putting them at great risk of failure 2
c) by discussing the matter with other informed people with an objective mind and accepting reality, when proved wrong. 2
d) modesty makes you a realist ; you become a person who is cut down to size ; people of this kind become very cautious before taking any action. (any two) 2

2.2 Vocabulary
Marking : 4 marks - 1 mark for each correct answer
Answers
:
a) i) mishap
b) iv) threatening
c) iii) evaluate
d) iv) impartial

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, English Communicative

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, English Communicative

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  English Communicative (Delhi)

QUESTION PAPER CODE 1/1/1
SECTION A (READING) 20 MARKS

Note : Section A tests the candidate’s ability in reading only. Therefore, no deductions are to be made for errors in spelling, grammar or punctuation. Marks should be awarded if the answer can be clearly understood.
Objective: This section evaluates the reading and comprehension skills of the students and their ability to infer and evaluate the given information.

1. COMPUTERS MARKS–8
Objective: To identify the main points of a text
Marking: 8 marks – 1 mark for each correct answer
1.1 Sentence Completion
Answers :

a) invention of computers
b) solve mathematical problems / put thousands of unrelated facts in order
c) provide information on the best way to prevent traffic jams / used in industries / used in universities / carry out complicated work in all branches of learning (any one).
d) the process by which machines can be used to work for us
e) need detailed instructions from human beings to operate/ cannot make decisions of their own ( any one)
f) will enable people who do not share a common language to talk to each other without any difficulty / to read foreign publications (any one)
g) computers would be developed which would be small enough to carry in the pocket . / Ordinary people would be able to use these pocket computers to obtain valuable information . / Computers could be plugged in to a national network and be used like radios (any one)
h) can be informed about weather conditions / car drivers can be given alternative roads when there are traffic jams / make tiny translating machines ( any one)

2 OVERCONFIDENCE TOTAL MARKS-12
Objective : To identify the main points of a text
Marking : 8 marks - 2 marks for each correct answer
2.1 Answers :

a) because of over assessment of his capabilities and competence ; jumps into situations that are beyond his control. 2
b) misadventures /endangering their chances in life / putting them at great risk of failure 2
c) by discussing the matter with other informed people with an objective mind and accepting reality, when proved wrong. 2
d) modesty makes you a realist ; you become a person who is cut down to size ; people of this kind become very cautious before taking any action. (any two) 2

2.2 Vocabulary
Marking : 4 marks - 1 mark for each correct answer
Answers :

a) i) mishap
b) iv) threatening
c) iii) evaluate
d) iv) impartial

SECTION B (WRITING & GRAMMAR)
TOTAL MARKS - 25

3. LETTER TO THE EDITOR –ACCIDENTS MARKS - 5
Objective : To use the given input in a short sustained piece of writing
Marking : Content - 3 marks – (the given information in the question paper to be included)
Format - includes date, subject, addressee and closing
Format to be treated as part of the content
Expression - 2 marks (fluency and accuracy to be taken into account)

Suggested Value Points:
Problems – Road Accidents
Reasons

  • thrill of speed
  • not following traffic rules
  • always in a hurry to reach the destination
  • stress leading to loss of concentration
  • drunken driving
  • distractions – mobile phone, music
  • youth – impatient
  • under age drivers
  • increase in traffic / more vehicles on the road Solutions:
  • more policemen to act as deterrents
  • stricter punishment for even a small violation of rule
  • traffic rules to be taught at schools
  • while issuing licence there should be comprehensive classes for traffic rules
  • parents to be held responsible for underage drivers
  • use of public transport / car pool

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, French

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, French

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  French

All India Secondary School Examination
March 2016
Marking Scheme - French 20

General Instructions:
(i) The Marking scheme carries only suggested value points for the answers. These are only Guidelines and do not constitute the complete answer. The students can have their own expression and if the expression is correct, the marks may be awarded accordingly.
(ii) As per orders of the Hon'ble Supreme Court,the candidates would now be permitted to obtain a photocopy of the Answer Book on request on payment of the prescribed fee. All Examiners/ Head Examiners are once again reminded that they must ensure that evaluation is carried out strictly as per value points for each answer as given in the Marking Scheme.
(iii) The Marking Scheme has been prepared keeping the above in mind .
(iv) In the marking scheme, a slash ( / ) indicates alternative answers: any one such answer should be accepted.
(v) Brackets ( ) indicate optional information; the mark is awarded even if the information in brackets is included or not.
(vi) The instructions given in a box are applicable to a below average paper.
(vii) If a student writes an answer which is not given in the marking scheme but which is equally acceptable, full marks should be awarded. If an option does not figure in the MCQ, but is grammatically correct, it may be marked as per examiner's discretion.
(viii) Students should not be penalized if they do not follow the order of the section / question while answering. For 'fill in the blanks', full sentences are not a requirement.
(ix) All the Head Examiners/Examiners are instructed that while evaluating the answer scripts, if the answer is found to be totally incorrect, the 'x' should be marked on the incorrect answer and awarded '0' Marks.
(x) Some of the questions may relate to higher order thinking ability (HOTS). These questions are indicated separately. They are to be evaluated carefully and the student’s understanding/analytical ability may be judged.
(xi) Every section carries general instructions at the beginning of the section. However for section C some exercises may have specific marking instructions.
(xii) A flawless answerscript may be awarded full marks. A (10 Marks)


General Instructions
- No marks to be deducted for omission of articles, incorrect articles, minor spelling errors, accents, punctuations.

1. Lisez bien le texte et répondez aux questions qui suivent :
Le Gouffre de Padirac est une entréee monumentale de cavité naturelle, situé dans le Lot en France, d’une dimension d’environ 35 mètres de diamètre. Au fond de la cavité, à 103 mètres de profondeur, coule une rivière souterraine qui parcourt une partie d’un grand réseau de plus de 40 kilomètres de développement. Le spéléologue* Édouard-Alfred Martel a été le découvreur de la rivière souterraine du gouffre de Padirac. La longueur de la rivière souterraine est de 20 kilomètres et sa profondeur varie de 50 cm a 6 m sur la partie visitée, la température de l’eau est constante à 12°C, celle de la grotte est toujours de 13°C. Padirac a le record de fréquentation pour le tourisme souterrain en France : plus de 400 000 visiteurs par an avec un record de 460 000 entrées en 1991. 85 personnes, en majorité des saisonniers, sont employées par la société d’exploitation spéléologique du gouffre de Padirac. Aujourd’hui, le Gouffre de Padirac se classe dans les cent plus longues cavités souterraines naturelles. spéléologue* : speleologist (a scientist who studies caves)

1.1 Choisissez la bonne réponse : 0.5x4=2
(a) Le Gouffre de Padirac est une ... cavité naturelle.
(b) Au fond de la cavité, il y a ... une rivière souterraine.
(c) La longueur de la rivière souterraine est de ... 20 kilomètres.
(d) Padirac a plus de_________visiteurs par an. 400 000

1.2 Dites « Vrai » ou « Faux » : 0.5x4=2
(a) Le Gouffre de Padirac est situé dans le Lot en France.Vrai
(b) Le spéléologue Édouard-Alfred Martel a découvert la rivière souterraine.Vrai
(c) La température de l’eau est toujours plus que celle de la grotte. Faux
(d) Le Gouffre de Padirac se classe dans les cent plus longues cavités souterraines naturelles.

1.3 Complétez les phrases avec les mots du texte : 1×4=4
(a) Allons au bord de la petite rivière qui coule derrière la maison !
(b) Sahil a beaucoup de fièvre. Sa température varie de102° F a 104°. Il doit aller chez le médecin.
(c) Ce matin, le réseau télématique est en panne. On ne peut pas envoyer un mél.
(d) II y a trop de monde devant le musée; en majorité des élèves étrangers!

1.4 Cherchez dans le texte : 0.5×4=2
(a) le contraire de « artificielle ». naturelle
(b) la forme nominale de « développer ». développement
(c) un autre mot pour « énorme ». grand / monumentale
(d) la forme verbale de « la variété ». varie / varier

SECTION - B
(25 Marks)

General Instructions
1. According to CBSE guidelines-
- In case a child attempts both parts in a choice question, the better answer may be considered since this is a foreign language paper.
- In case a child crosses out both the parts of a choice question, the first option may be read and awarded marks.
- The Marking Scheme carries only Guidelines and does not constitute the complete answer. The students can have their own expression and marks should be awarded according to the child's originality or creativity.
- Writing less or more than the word limit given should not lead to deduction of marks.
- 1 mark to be deducted for 10 errors according to CBSE guidelines.
- A minimum of 6 out of 10 and 3 out of 5 must be awarded for the child's effort to express himself / herself in French .
- Full marks to be awarded for any deserving answer in section B.
- 1½ on 5 and 3 on 10 will be awarded for any attempt on the part of the student to answer the question. Rewriting the question may be marked as per the examiner's discretion. IMP. NOTE : Misinterpretation of the question should not lead to the student losing marks for format, creativity and grammar.

2. Écrivez une lettre d’environ 80 mots : 10
(a) À votre cousin / cousine qui est malade. Encouragez-le/la ! OU
(b) Daniel écrit à sa grand-mère pour lui décrire le moyen de transport en France.

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Social Science (Vocational)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Social Science (Vocational)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Social Science (Vocational) Set -1

MARKING SCHEME
SOCIAL SCIENCE VOCATIONAL(JSR/NSFQ)
SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION MARCH 2016
SERIES JSR/NSFQ (532/1)

Q.NO.

EXPECTED ANSWERS/ VALUE POINTS

PAGE

MARKS

1.

The slogan with which Simon Commission was greeted in 1928 in India was : “Go Back Simon”

H - 62

1

2.

Minerals are important for us as they are indispensable part of our lives.

G – 50

1

3.

Name of two National political parties are -

i.        Indian National Congress

ii.      Bharatiya Janta Party

iii.      Communist party of India

iv.      Communist party of India (M)

v.      Bahujan Samaj Party

vi.      Nationalist Congress Party (Any Two)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DP - 80

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

½ + ½ = 1

4.

Two common features of democratic politics are -

i.    They have formal constitution

ii.  They hold elections

iii. They guarantee rights of the citizens Any two

 

 

 

DP - 90

 

 

 

½ + ½

5.

The difference between a pressure group and a political party are -

i.  Pressure groups do not seek power but political parties do

ii. Pressure groups do not contest election but parties do

 

 

 

iii.        Any other relevant point Any one

DP - 63

1

6.

When we purchase an electric appliance from the market, the logo which we like to see to be sure of quality is  - ISI

E – 85

1

7.

The right which enables the consumers to get compensation for the damage is

Right to seek Redressal

E – 82

 

 

1

8.

The Indian Parliament enacted the Consumer Protection Act in 1986 for the protection of the consumers in market place

E - 78

1

9.

Two Provisions of the Rowlatt Act

i.    It gave the government enormous power to repress political activities ii.  It allowed detention of political prisoners without trial for 2 years.

Impact of Rowlatt Act-

i.    Political leadership opposed this act by organizing rallies, strike eg.

Jalliawala Bagh

ii.  Rail and lines of communication were disrupted Explain any one

 

 

 

 

H - 55

 

 

 

 

2+1=3

10.

Mahatma Gandhi found in salt a powerful symbol that could unite the nation -

i.    Every class within Indian Society could identify with the salt. ii.  Salt was something consumed by rich and the poor alike.

iii. It was the powerful symbol to unite the people. iv. It was the most essential item of the food.

v.  Tax on salt and government monopoly over its production revealed the most oppressive face of the British Rule.

vi. Any other relevant point

(Any 3 points to be exaplained)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H - 63

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3*1=3

11.

Three features of Napoleonic Code (Civil Code of 1804)

i.    It did away with all privileges based on birth

ii.   Established equality before the law

iii. Secured the right to property

OR

Three features of Ho-Chi-Minh Trail

 

 

 

 

 

H - 06

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Social Science (Foreign)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Social Science (Foreign)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Social Science (Foreign) Set -1

MARKING SCHEME

SOCIAL SCIENCE-087 (FOREIGN)

SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION MARCH 2016
SA-II, Set-1 (32/2/1)

Q.NO

EXPECTED OUTLINE OF ANSWERS

PAGE

MARKS

1.

LIBERALISM-stood for freedom for individual and equality for all before the laws

OR

PHAN BOI CHAU wrote a play on Trung sisters

9(H)

 

49(H)

1

2.

Iron- ore is transported as slurry through pipelines

52(G)

1

3.

Sectional interest groups-seek to promote the interest of a particular section

Public interest groups-promotes collective rather than selective good

64(PS)

1

4.

One party system has no democratic option.

77(PS)

1

5.

BAMCEFs main aim is with social justice and social equality for the entire

society

65(PS)

1

6.

Due to globalization the latest models of digital camera , mobile phone, TV , etc are available with  us

55(E)

1

7.

Right to choose

81

1

8.

ISI

85(E)

1

9.

Culture

i. Culture played an important role  in creating the idea of the nation, art and poetry, stories and music helped to  express and shape nationalist feelings

ii. emotions, intuition and mystical feelings were not focused

iii their effort was to shared collective heritage, a common cultural past, as the basis of a nation

iv. They criticized the glorification of reason and science

v. German philosopher Johann Gottfried  popularised true spirit of nation through folksongs, folk poetry and folk dance.

Vi Any other relevant point

Any three points to be  explained

Or

French and education

i.        they countered  and dismantled the traditional education system

ii.     they established French schools

iii.        introduced French language for Vietnamese

iv.        introduce deliberate policy of failing children

v.       their text glorified French culture and justified colonial rule

vi.        their education system introduce French, science and hygiene

vii.    Any other  relevant point

Any three points to be  explained

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15(H)

 

 

 

35(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3x1=3

 

 

 

3x1=3

10.

Different social groups in The Civil Disobedience Movement

i.        Rich Peasantry Group- the patidar and jats demanded reduction in revenue and participated in the boycott program

ii.        Poor peasantry Group-they wanted unpaid rent to be remitted ,

joined radical movement led by the socialist and communist

iii.        Business Class Group- prominent industrialist like Purushottam Das, G D Birla formed FICCI wanted protection against imports of foreign goods and rupee sterling exchange ratio and refused to sell imported goods

iv.        Working Class Group- Nagpur  Workers adopted boycott of foreign goods, against low wages and poor working conditions

v.        Women-participate in the protest marches, manufacturing of salt and boycotted foreign goods

vi.        Any other relevant point

Any three points to be explained

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

65(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3X1=3

11

Simon commission

i.        The new Tory government in Britain constituted a statutory commission under Sir John Simon.

ii.        Set up in response to the nationalist movement.

iii.        The commission was to look in to the functioning of the constitutional system in India and suggest changes.

iv.        The problem was that the commission didn’t have a single  Indian

member.

v.        When the Simon Commission arrived in India in1928, it was greeted

with the slogan ‘Go back Simon’.

vi.        All parties, including the Congress and the Muslim League, participated in the demonstrations.

vii.        Any other relevant point

Any three points to be explained

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

62(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3X1=3

12.

According to their main role:

Basic or key industries which supply their products or raw materials to manufacture other goods e.g. iron and steel and coppers melting, aluminium smelting.

Consumer industries that produce goods for direct use by consumers –

sugar, toothpaste, paper, sewing machines, fans etc.

67(G)

1.5+

1.5=3

13.

Need to use renewable energy Resources

i. The growing consumption of energy has resulted in the country becoming increasingly dependent on fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas.

ii. Rising prices of oil and gas and their potential shortages have raised uncertainties about the security of energy supply in future

iii. Has serious repercussions on the growth of the national economy.

iv. Increasing use of fossil fuels also causes serious environmental problems.

v. Hence, there is a pressing need to use renewable energy sources like solar energy, wind, tide, biomass and energy from waste material.

Any other relevant point

Any three points to be explained

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2(G)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3X1=3

14.

India is an important iron and steel producing country in the world yet, we are

not able to perform to our full potential largely due to

 

 

 

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MARKING SCHEME

SOCIAL SCIENCE (OUTSIDE DELHI)

SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION

SA - II –  MARCH, 2016

Series JSR    CODE NO. 32/1, 32/2, 32/3    SET-1

Q. No

EXPECTED ANSWERS/ VALUE POINTS

Page No.

Marks

1

“When France sneezes the rest of Europe catches cold” – METTERNICH

OR

French citizens living in Vietnam were known as Colons

Hist. Pg-13

Hist. Pg-34

1

2

The use of cattle cake as fuel should be discouraged because –

1)   It creates pollution.

2)   It consumes most valuable manure which could be used in agriculture.

(Any one point to be given )

Geog. Pg-58

1

3

Difference between Pressure Groups and Political Parties are-

1)   Pressure groups do not aim to directly control or share political power but political parties directly control and share political power.

2)   Any other relevant point.

(Any one point to be given )

 

DP. Pg-63

 

1

4

India adopted multi party system because -

1)   India is a large country and has social and geographical diversities.

2)   It is easy to absorb different diversities in a multi party system.

(Any one point to be given )

DP. Pg-77

1

5

The two Sectional Interest Groups are –

1)   Trade Union

2)   Business Associations

3)   Professional bodies- lawyers, doctors, teachers etc.

(Any two names to be given)

 

DP. Pg-64

 

½+ ½=1

6

MNC’s set up their offices and factories in those regions where they get cheap labour

and other resources because of –

1)   Low cost of production.

2)   They can earn greater profits.

(Any one point to be given)

Eco. Pg-56

1

7

If any damage is done to a consumer by a trader the consumer can move the court  to get compensation under  his –

RIGHT TO SEEK REDRESSAL

Eco. Pg -82

1

8

Supervision of the functioning of formal sources of loans is necessary because-

Banks have to submit information to the RBI on how much they are lending, to whom they are lending and what interest rate etc.

Eco. Pg-48

1

9

“The decade of 1830 had brought great economic hardships in Europe”-

1)   There was enormous increase in population all over Europe.

2)   There were more job seekers than employment.

3)   Population from rural areas migrated to the cities to live in over - crowded slums.

4)   Small producers in towns faced stiff competition from imports of cheap machine made goods from England where industrialization was more advanced.

5)   Peasants struggled under the burden of feudal dues and obligations.

6)   Rise of food prices.

7)   Bad harvest led to wide spread pauperism in town and country.

 

Hist. Pg-15

 

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Secondary School Exam. (March, 2016) Social Science (Summative Assessment 2)

Marking Scheme (Delhi Region) 32/1/1

QNO.

EXPECTED ANSWER/VALUE POINT

PAGE NO.

MARKS

1

Treaty of 1832:

Constantinople 

OR

The result of the peace negotiation in Geneva:

The division of Vietnam/ Vietnam is divided into two parts: North and South

 

13 (H)

 

 

43 (H)

 

1

2

The ranges found in minerals are due to:

Physical and Chemical conditions

 

51 (G)

 

1

3

Difference between issue specific and generic movements:

Issue specific movements seek to achieve a single objective within a limited time frame, while generic movements seek to achieve a broad goal in the long term.

 

 

65 (PS)

 

 

1

4

The political party that has national level political organization but not

recognized as the National Party:

Samajwadi Party/ Samata Party/ Rashtriya Janta Dal

·    Any one to be mentioned

 

 

 

81 (PS)

 

 

 

1

5

The organisation which led the protest against water privatization in Bolivia:

FEDECOR

62 (PS)

1

6

Difference between investment and foreign investment: The money that is spend to buy assets (land, building, machines and other equipment) is called investment, while the investment made by the MNCs is called foreign Investment.

 

57 (E)

 

1

7

The logo: ISI/ Indian Standard Institutions

85 (E)

1

8

The Source of income of bank: Banks charge higher interest rate on loans than what they offer on deposits. The difference of interest is the main source of income of banks.

42 (E)

1

9

The female figures as an allegory of the nation:

Artists found a way out to represent a country in the form of a person. Then nations were portrayed as female figures. The female figure was chosen to personify the nation did not stand for any particular woman in real life. It gave the abstract idea of the nation a concrete form. Thus, the female figure became an allegory of the nation.

During the French Revolution artists used the formal allegory to portray idea such as Liberty, Justice and the Republic.

·    To be assessed as a whole

OR

The Nationalism emerged in Vietnam:

The colonization of Vietnam by French brought the people of the country into conflict with the colonisers in all areas of life. Vietnamese began reflecting on

 

 

 

23 (H)

 

 

 

3

 

the nature of the loss. Nationalist resistance developed out of this reflection. Teachers, students fought against the colonial government’s efforts. Many religious movements were hostile to the western presence. Development in China also inspired Vietnamese nationalists. Vietnamese students organized in association for the restoration of the anti-French independence movement changed.

·    To be assessed as a whole

 

 

 

30 (H)

 

 

 

3

10

Mahatma Gandhiji designed the “Swaraj Flag” by 1921.                              (1) Features:

(i)  It had tricolours- Red, Green and White

(ii) It had a spinning wheel in the center.

(iii)It represents the Gandhian idea of self- help. (iv)It had become a symbol of defiance.

(v) Any other relevant point.

·    Any two points to be explained.                                                    (2X1=2)

 

 

 

 

72 (H)

 

 

 

 

1+2=3

11

The Civil Disobedience Movement  was different from the Non Cooperation

Movement:

Non Cooperation Movement:

(i)  The people were asked not to cooperate with the government.

(ii) Foreign goods were boycotted.

(iii) Liquor shops were picketed.

(iv) Foreign cloth burnt in huge.

(v)In many places merchants and traders refused to trade on foreign goods or finance foreign traders.

(vi)Students left the government owned schools and college.

(vii) Lawyers gave up legal practices.

Civil Disobedience Movement:

(i)  People were asked to break colonial laws.

(ii) The countrymen broke the salt law.

(iii) Peasants refused to pay revenue and chaukidari tax.

(iv) Village officials resigned from their jobs.

(v) Forest people violated forest rules and laws.

·     Any three points of difference to be mentioned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

58,64 (H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 X 1 =

3

12

Classification of the industries on the basis of capital investment:

(i) Small Scale industry

(ii)Large Scale industry                                                                       (½ + ½=1)

Difference:

If the investment is more than one crore on any industry is considered as a large scale industry for example Iron and Steel Industry/ Cement Industry (any other relevant example). While the investment is less than one crore on an industry is considered as a small scale industry eg. Plastic industry, toy industry (any other relevant example).                                                                        (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

67 (G)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1+2=3

13

Importance of efficient means of transport for the development is to be

explained by the candidate in their own words.

·    Since it is a value based question, candidates’ view reflecting the development due to the transport may be given due consideration.

 

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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
March 2016
Marking Scheme – Science (Vocational) 531/1

1. The Marking Scheme provides general guidelines to reduce subjectivity in the marking. It carries only suggested value points for the answer. These are only guidelines and do not constitute the complete answer. Any other individual response with suitable justification should also be accepted even if there is no reference to the text.
2. Evaluation is to be done as per instructions provided in the Marking Scheme. It should not be done according to one's own interpretation or any other consideration. Marking Scheme should be strictly adhered to and religiously followed.
3. If a question has parts, please award marks in the right hand side for each part. Marks awarded for different parts of the question should then be totalled up and written in the left hand margin.
4. If a question does not have any parts, marks be awarded in the left hand side margin.
5. If a candidate has attempted an extra question, marks obtained in the question attempted first should be retained and the other answer should be scored out.
6. Wherever only two/three of a 'given' number of examples/factors/points are expected only the first two/three or expected number should be read. The rest are irrelevant and should not be examined.
7. There should be no effort at 'moderation' of the marks by the evaluating teachers. The actual total marks obtained by the candidate may be of no concern of the evaluators.
8. All the Head Examiners / Examiners are instructed that while evaluating the answer scripts, if the answer is found to be totally incorrect, the (X) should be marked in the incorrect answer and awarded ‘0’ marks.
9. ½ mark may be deducted if a candidate either does not write units or writes wrong units in the final answer of a numerical problem.
10. A full scale of mark 0 to 100 has to be used. Please do not hesitate to award full marks if the answer deserves it.
11. As per orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court the candidates would now be permitted to obtain photocopy of the Answer Book on request on payment of the prescribed fee. All Examiners/Head Examiners are once again reminded that they must ensure that evaluation is carried out strictly as per value points given in the marking scheme.
 
MARKING SCHEME
CLASS X – VOCATIONAL

Code No. 531/1
Expected Answer/ Value point Marks Total
SECTION – A

Q1. By attaining Noble gas configuration / By completing its octet; covalent bond ½ + ½ 1
Q2. (i) Plasmodium (malarial parasite)
(ii) Amoeba / Leishmania/ (or any other example) ½ + ½ 1
Q3. Insects – second trophic level; Snake-Fourth trophic level ½ + ½ 1
Q4. Concave lens, ½
Q5. The problems caused by non-biodegradable waste are as follows:-
(i) Water pollution that makes water unfit for drinking ½
(ii) They cause land pollution leading to loss of fertility of soil ½
(iii) They cause stoppage of flow of water in drains/ may block drains. ½
(iv) They cause air pollution. ½ 2
Q6. Biodiversity is the existence of a wide variety of species of plants, animals and microorganisms in a natural habitat within a particular environment. 1
Advantages of conserving:
  • Forest prevent soil erosion/ check flood/ provide habitat to animals. ½
  • Wildlife maintains ecological equilibrium/ maintains balance of food web. ½ 2
Q7. Note: Withdrawn, give full credit to each candidate. 3
Q8. (b) (i) C4H8 (ii) C6H10 1 ½ +1 ½
Note: Part (a) withdrawn and mark adjusted in (b) part. 3
Q9. (i) Q has valency 3. Its electronic configuration is 2, 8, 3; It has 3 electrons
in valence shell/ outermost shell ½, ½
(ii) P and Q are metals as these can lose electrons. R and S are non-metals as these can gain electrons ½, ½
(iii) P will form the most basic oxide as it is most metallic. ½, ½ 3
Q10. a) Group 17, Period 3 ½, ½
b) 17, It is non-metallic because it has 7 valence electrons (it can gain one electron easily forming negative ion) ½, ½
c) Chlorine; Bromine or Iodine or Fluorine are chemically similar to chlorine. ½, ½ 3
Q11. a) Four reasons for adopting contraceptive methods are:
(i) To increase the gap between two children
(ii) To prevent unwanted pregnancy
 
(iii) To prevent transmission of STD
(iv) To control population growth 4 x ½
b) No, because it does not provide a physical barrier between the male and
female reproductive organs. ½, ½ 3
Q12. a) Fertilization is possible if sperm meets the ovum within one day of its release. 1
b) Sperm Ovum
(i) It is long It is oval or rounded
(ii) It is motile It is non-motile
(iii) Released in large numbers Only one is released per menstrual cycle (Any two) 1+1 3
( or any other point)
Q13. a) Multicellular organisms with simple body organisation break up into two or more small pieces or fragments. upon maturation these fragments grow into new individuals. e.g. Spirogyra. 1 + ½
b)
  • Regeneration is carried out by specialized cells which proliferate and make large number of cells. Thus undergoing changes to become various cell types and tissues.
  • Presence of specialized cells is required. 1 + ½ 3
Q14. a) Analogous, different origin but same function ½, ½
b) Homologous, similar origin but different function ½, ½
c) Analogous, different origin but same function ½, ½ 3
Q15. To let rainwater recharge ground water by water harvesting is a better option. 1
Advantages are:
  • Recharges wells
  • It is not lost by evaporation
  • It does not become a breeding place for mosquitoes
  • Provides moisture for vegetation
  • Prevents ground water from contamination due to human and animal wastes. (Any four) ½ x 4 3
Q16. The ratio of the speed of light in the free space or vacuum (c) to the speed of light in the given medium (v) is called absolute refractive index of the medium.
 

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