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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Foreign Scheme Question Paper, Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Foreign Scheme

Question Paper, Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Science

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
SCIENCE

 


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 90

SECTION – A

1. Which element exhibits the property of catenation to maximum extent and why ?

2. Name the method by which hydra reproduces. Is this method sexual or asexual ?

3. We often use the word environment. What does it mean ?

4. AB and CD, two spherical mirrors, form parts of a hollow spherical ball with its centre at O as shown in the diagram. If arc AB = 1/2 arc CD, what is the ratio of their focal lengths ? State which of the two mirrors will always form virtual image of an object
placed in front of it and why.

5. What is sustainable development ? State its two main objectives.

6.List four causes of damage to forests.

7. Write the name and molecular formula of an organic compound having its name suffixed with ‘ol’ and having two carbon atoms in its molecule. Write balanced chemical equation to indicate what happens when this compound is heated with excess
conc. H2SO4 and the name of main product formed. Also state the role of conc. H2SO4 in the reaction.

8. An organic compound ‘P’ is a constituent of wine. ‘P’ on reacting with acidified K2Cr2O7 forms another compound ‘Q’. When a piece of sodium is added to ‘Q’ a gas ‘R’ evolves which burns with a pop sound. Identify P, Q and R and write the chemical
equations of the reactions involved.

9. State the main aim of classifying elements. Which is the more fundamental property of elements that is used in the development of Modern Periodic Table ? Name and state the law based on this fundamental property. On which side of the periodic table one can find metals, non-metals and metalloids ?

10. An element ‘X’ (Atomic number = 20) burns in the presence of oxygen to form a basic oxide.
(a) Identify the element and write its electronic configuration.
(b) State its group number and period number in the Modern Periodic Table.
(c) Write a balanced chemical equation for the reaction when this oxide is dissolved in water.

11. What is Pollination ? List its two types and write a distinguishing feature between the two.

12. What happens when
(a) Planaria gets cut into two pieces ?
(b) A mature spirogyra filament attains considerable length ?
(c) On maturation sporangia burst ?

13. What is sexual reproduction ? List its four significances.

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Foreign Scheme Question Paper, English (Language and Literature)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Foreign Scheme

Question Paper, English (Language and Literature)

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

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II
ENGLISH
(Language and Literature)

 

Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 70

General Instructions :

(i) The question paper is divided into three sections :
SECTION A : READING 20 marks
SECTION B : WRITING & GRAMMAR 25 marks
SECTION C : LITERATURE : Textbooks and Long Reading Text 25 marks
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) Marks are indicated against each question

SECTION – A
(READING)

1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 1 × 8 = 8
If you are addicted to coffee, and doctors warn you to quit the habit, don’t worry and just keep relishing the beverage, because it’s not that bad after all ! In fact, according to a new study, the steaming cup of Java can beat fruits and vegetables as the primary source of antioxidants. Some studies state that coffee is the number one source of antioxidants in American diet, and both caffeinated and decaf versions appear to provide similar antioxidant levels. Antioxidants in general have been linked to a number of potential health benefits, including protection against heart diseases and cancer, but Vinson, a dietitian, said that their benefits ultimately depend on how they are absorbed and utilized in the body. The research says that coffee outranks popular antioxidant sources like tea, milk, chocolate and cranberries. Of all the foods and beverages studied, dates actually have the most antioxidants based solely on serving size, but since dates are not consumed anywhere near the level of coffee, the drink comes as the top source of antioxidants, Vinson said. Besides keeping you alert and awake, coffee has been linked to an increasing number of potential health benefits, including protection against liver and colon cancer, type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease, according to some recently published studies. The researchers, however, advise that one should consume coffee in moderation, because it can make you jittery and cause stomach pains.
(a) What do doctors advise us about the habit of drinking coffee ?
(b) What are the two versions of coffee that are drunk in America ?
(c) State any two benefits of antioxidants.
(d) What does Vinson say about the consumption of antioxidants ?
(e) Name any two popular sources of antioxidants.
(f) How does coffee outrank dates in the level of antioxidants ?
(g) Mention any two benefits of coffee.
(h) What do researchers warn us about the excessive use of coffee ?

2. Read the following passage carefully : 12
Gandhiji As a Fund Raiser Gandhiji was an incurable and irrestible fund raiser. He found special relish in getting jewellery from women. Ranibala of Burdwan was ten years old. One day she was playing with Gandhiji. He explained to her that her bangles were too heavy for her delicate little wrists. She removed the bangles and gave them away to Gandhiji. He used to talk jokingly to small girls and created distaste for ornaments and created a desire in them to part with the jewellery for the sake of the poor. He motivated them to donate their jewellery for social usage. Kasturbai didn’t appreciate this habit of Gandhiji. Once she stated calmly, ‘You don’t wear jewels, it is easy for you to get around the boys. But what about our daughtersin-
law. They would surely want them. “Well !” Gandhiji put in mildly, “our children are young and when they grow up they will not surely choose wives who are fond of wearing jewellery.” Kasturbai was very upset with the answer. Gandhiji was determined to keep the jewels to raise community fund. He was of the opinion that a public worker should accept no costly gifts. He believed that he should not own anything costly, whether given or earned. Kasturbai was a female with desire to adorn. But Gandhiji moved towards renunciation and donated every penny earned in South Africa to the trustees for the service of South African Indians.

2.1 Answer the questions given below : 2 × 4 = 8
(a) How did Gandhiji create a distaste for jewellery in Ranibala ?
(b) What was Kasturbai’s apprehension about their sons ?
(c) What solution did Gandhiji suggest for the problem posed by Kasturbai ?
(d) How did Gandhiji serve the community ?

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Foreign Scheme Question Paper, English Communicative

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Foreign Scheme

Question Paper, English Communicative

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  English Communicative

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – II
ENGLISH
(Communicative)

Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum Marks : 70
General Instructions :

(i) The question paper is divided into three sections :
SECTION A : READING 20 marks
SECTION B : WRITING & GRAMMAR 25 marks
SECTION C : LITERATURE : Textbook and Long Reading Text 25 marks
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) You may attempt any section at a time.
(iv) All questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.

SECTION – A 
(READING)

1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 1 × 8 = 8

One of the greatest advances in modern technology has been the invention of computers. They are widely used in industries and in universities. Now there is  ardly any sphere of human life where computers have not been pressed into service
of man. We are heading fast towards the day when a computer will be as much part of man’s daily life as a telephone or a calculator. Computers are capable of doing extremely complicated work in all branches of learning. They can solve the most complex mathematical problems or put thousands of unrelated facts in order. These machines can be put to varied uses. For instance, they can provide information on the best way to prevent traffic jams. This whole process by which machines can be used to work for us has been called ‘automation’. In the future ‘automation’ may enable human beings to enjoy more leisure than they do today. The coming of automation is bound to have important social consequences. Some years ago an expert on automation, Sir Leon Bagrit, pointed out that it was a mistake to believe that these machines could ‘think’. There is no possibility that human beings will be “controlled by machines”. Though computers are capable of learning from their mistakes and improving on their performance, they need detailed instructions from human beings to operate. They can never, as it were, lead independent lives or “rule the world” by making decisions of their own. Sir Leon said that in future, computers would be developed which would be small enough to carry in the pocket. Ordinary people would then be able to use them to obtain valuable information. Computers could be plugged into a national network and be used like radios. For instance, people going on holiday could be informed about weather conditions. Car drivers can be given alternative routes when there are traffic jams. It will also be possible to make tiny translating machines. This will enable people who do not share a common language to talk to each other without any difficulty or to read foreign publications.
(a) What is the greatest advancement in modern technology ? 1
(b) What complicated works are computers capable of doing ? 1
(c) Write one use of computers. 1
(d) Explain : automation. 1
(e) Why can’t computers lead independent lives or rule the world ? 1
(f) How would computers as translating machines help people ? 1
(g) What was the prediction of Sir Leon about computers in future ? 1
(h) How can computers help people going on holiday ? 1

2. Read the passage given below : 12
(1) Why does a person become overconfident ? The reason lies in over assessment of his capabilities. Sometimes people over assess their competence and jump into situations that are beyond their control.

(2) Napoleon Bonaparte who became Emperor of France would say that the word ‘impossible’ was common only amongst fools. The overconfident Napoleon invaded Russia in the winter of 1812. This proved to be a big disaster.

(3) Overconfidence generally leads people into misadventures, endangering their chances in life. It is wisely said that, any achievement is a result of two factorsone’s personal planning and support from the external world. People, take into
account only their planning, generally ignoring external factors. They become unable to foresee future developments. Hence the great risk of failure.

(4) Then there is the question : how can one manage overconfidence ? The formula is very simple. Before taking a decision discuss the matter with other informed people with an objective mind and when it is proved that you are about to go off
the path, accept reality and say without delay, “I was wrong.”

(5) Overconfidence is a flaw characterizing people who lack the virtue of modesty. Modesty makes you a realist; you become a person who is cut down to size. People of this kind become very cautious; before taking an action they assess the whole situation. They adopt a realistic approach.

(6) Overconfident people live within their own thoughts. They know themselves but they are unaware of others. Living inside their own cell they are unable to make use of the experiences of others. This kind of habit is highly damaging to
all concerned.

(7) There is a saying that the young man sees the rule and the old man sees the exception. With a slight change, I would like to say that the overconfident person sees the rule and the confident person sees the exception. Overconfident
people are always at risk. It is said that taking risk is good but it must be well calculated otherwise it becomes very dangerous.

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme Question Paper, Social Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme

Question Paper, Social Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Social Science

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.
(iv) Questions from serial number 9 to 20 are 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions should not exceed 80 words each.
(v) Questions from serial number 21 to 28 are 5 marks questions. Answer of these questions should not exceed 100 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.  Name the Treaty of 1832 that recognised Greece as an independent nation.
Or
What was the result of the peace negotiation in Geneva that followed the French defeat in Vietnam?

2. Why are there a wide range of colours, hardness, crystal forms, lustre and density found in minerals?

3.  How are issue specific movements different from generic movements?

4. Name any one political party that has national level political organisation but not recognised as the national political party.

5. Which organisation led the protest against water privatisation in Bolivia?

6. Differentiate between investment and foreign investment.

7. Suppose you have to buy a packed bottle for drinking water in your journey. Which logo will you like to see to be sure about its quality?

8. How do the deposits with banks become their source of income?

9. How had the female figures become an allegory of the nation during nineteenth century in Europe? Analyse.
Or
How did nationalism emerge in Vietnam through the efforts of different sections of society to fight against the French? Analyse.

10.Who had designed the ‘swaraj flag’ by 1921? Explain the main features of this ‘swaraj flag.’

11.“The Civil Disobedience Movement was different from the Non- Cooperation Movement.” Support the statement with examples.

12. Classify industries on the basis of capital investment. How are they different from one another? Explain with examples.

13. “Efficient means of transport are pre-requisites for the fast development.” Express your views in favour of this statement.

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme Question Paper, Communicative Sanskrit

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme

Question Paper, Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Communicative Sanskrit

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme Question Paper, English (Language and Literature)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme

Question Paper, English (Language and Literature)

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

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
ENGLISH
(Language and Literature)

Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum marks : 70
General Instructions :

(i) The question paper is divided into three sections :
Section A – Reading 20 marks
Section B – Writing and Grammar 25 marks
Section C – Literature/Textbooks and Long Reading Text 25 marks
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) Marks are indicated against each question.

Section-A
(Reading) 20 marks

1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 1×8=8
If you are addicted to coffee, and doctors warn you to quit the habit, don’t worry and just keep relishing the beverage, because it’s not that bad after all! In fact, according to a new study, the steaming cup of Java can beat fruits and vegetables as the
primary source of antioxidants. Some studies state that coffee is the number one source of antioxidants in American diet, and both caffeinated and decaf versions appear to provide similar antioxidant levels. Antioxidants in general have been linked to a number of potential health benefits, including protection against heart diseases and cancer, but Vinson, a dietitian said that their benefits ultimately depend on how they are absorbed and utilized in the body. The research says that coffee outranks popular antioxidant sources like tea, milk, chocolate and cranberries. Of all the foods and beverages studied, dates actually have the most antioxidants based solely on serving size, but since dates are not consumed anywhere near the level of coffee, the drink comes as the top source of antioxidants, Vinson said.

Besides keeping you alert and awake, coffee has been linked to an increasing number of potential health benefits, including protection against liver and colon cancer, type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease, according to some recently published
studies. The researchers, however, advise that one should consume coffee in moderation, because it can make you jittery and cause stomach pains.

(a) What do doctors advise us about the habit of drinking coffee?
(b) What are the two versions of coffee that are drunk in America?
(c) State any two benefits of antioxidants.
(d) What does Vinson say about the consumption of antioxidants?
(e) Name any two popular sources of antioxidants.
(f) How does coffee outrank dates in the level of antioxidants?
(g) Mention any two benefits of coffee.
(h) What do researchers warn us about the excessive use of coffee ?

2. Read the following passage carefully : 12
Gandhiji As a Fund Raiser Gandhiji was an incurable and irrestible fund raiser. He found special relish in getting jewellery from women. Ranibala of Burdwan was ten years old. One day she was playing with Gandhiji. He explained to her that her bangles were too heavy for her delicate little wrists. She removed the bangles and gave them away to Gandhiji. He used to talk jokingly to small girls and created distaste for ornaments and created a desire in them to part with the jewellery for the sake of the poor. He motivated them to donate their jewellery for social usage. Kasturbai didn’t appreciate this habit of Gandhiji. Once she stated calmly, ‘You don’t wear jewels, it is easy for you to get around the boys. But what about our daughters-in-law ? They would surely want them.

“Well!” Gandhiji put in mildly, “our children are young and when they grow up they will not surely choose wives who are fond of wearing jewellery.” Kasturbai was very upset with the answer. Gandhiji was determined to keep the jewels to raise community
fund. He was of the opinion that a public worker should accept no costly gifts. He believed that he should not own anything costly, whether given or earned. Kasturbai was a female with a desire to adorn. But Gandhiji moved towards renunciation and donated every penny earned in South Africa to the trustees for the service of South African Indians.

2.1 Answer the questions given below : 2×4=8
(a) How did Gandhiji create a distaste for jewellery in Ranibala?
(b) What was Kasturbai’s apprehension about their daughters-in-law?
(c) What solution did Gandhiji suggest for the problem posed by Kasturbai?
(d) How did Gandhiji serve the community?

2.2 Find meanings of the words given below from the options that follow : 1×4=4

(e) incurable (para 1)
(i) unreliable
(ii) untreatable
(iii) disagreeable
(iv) unbeatable

(f) motivated (para 2)
(i) encouraged
(ii) emboldened
(iii) incited
(iv) softened

(g) upset (para 4)
(i) puzzled
(ii) furious
(iii) confused
(iv) distressed

(h) renunciation (para 5)
(i) giving up
(ii) disagreement
(iii) opposition
(iv) termination

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme Question Paper, English Communicative

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme

Question Paper, English Communicative

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  English Communicative

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
ENGLISH
(Communicative)


Time allowed : 3 hours

Maximum marks : 70

General Instructions :
(i) The question paper is divided into three sections :
Section A : Reading 20 marks
Section B : Writing & Grammar 25 marks
Section C : Literature 25 marks
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) You may attempt any section at a time.
(iv) All questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.

Section-A
(Reading) 20 marks


1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 1×8=8

One of the greatest advances in modern technology has been the invention of computers. They are widely used in industries and in universities. Now there is hardly any sphere of human life where computers have not been pressed into service of man. We are heading fast towards the day when a computer will be as much part of man’s daily life as a telephone or a calculator. Computers are capable of doing extremely complicated work in all branches of learning. They can solve the most complex
mathematical problems or put thousands of unrelated facts in order. These machines can be put to varied uses. For instance, they can provide information on the best way to prevent traffic jams. This whole process by which machines can be used to work for us has been called ‘automation.’ In the future automation may enable human beings to enjoy more leisure than they do today. The coming of automation is bound to have important social consequences. Some years ago an expert on automation, Sir Leon Bagrit, pointed out that it was a mistake to believe that these machines could ‘think.’ There is no possibility that human beings will be “controlled by machines.” Though computers are capable of learning from their mistakes and improving on their  performance, they need detailed instructions from human beings to operate. They can never, as it were, lead independent lives or “rule the world” by making decisions of their own. Sir Leon said that in future, computers would be developed which
would be small enough to carry in the pocket. Ordinary people would then be able to use them to obtain valuable information. Computers could be plugged into a national network and be used like radios. For instance, people going on holiday could be
informed about weather conditions. Car drivers can be given alternative routes when there are traffic jams. It will also be possible to make tiny translating machines. This will enable people who do not share a common language to talk to each other without any difficulty or to read foreign publications.

(a) What is the greatest advancement in modern technology? 1
(b) What complicated works are computers capable of doing? 1
(c) Write one use of computers. 1
(d) Explain automation? 1
(e) Why can’t computers lead independent lives or rule the world? 1
(f) How would computers as translating machines help people? 1

(g) What was the prediction of Sir Leon about computers in future? 1
(h) How can computers help people going on holiday? 1

2 Read the passage given below. 12
Why does a person become overconfident? The reason lies in over assessment of his capabilities. Sometimes people over assess their competence and jump into situations that are beyond their control. Napoleon Bonaparte who became Emperor of France would say that the word ‘impossible’ was common only amongst fools. The overconfident Napoleon invaded Russia in the winter of 1812. This proved to be a big disaster. Overconfidence generally leads people into misadventures, endangering their chances in life. It is wisely said that any achievement is a result of two factors-one’s personal planning and support from the external world. People, take into account only their planning, generally ignoring external factors. They become unable to foresee future developments. Hence, the great risk of failure. Then there is the question : how can one manage overconfidence? The formula is very simple. Before taking a decision discuss the matter with other informed people with an objective mind and when it is proved that you are about to go off the path, accept reality and say without delay, “I was wrong.”

Overconfidence is a flaw characterizing people who lack the virtue of modesty. Modesty makes you a realist; you become a person who is cut down to size. People of this kind become very cautious; before taking an action they assess the whole situation. They adopt a realistic approach.

Overconfident people live within their own thoughts. They know themselves but they are unaware of others. Living inside their own cell they are unable to make use of the experiences of others. This kind of habit is highly damaging to all concerned.
There is a saying that the young man sees the rule and the old man sees the exception, with a slight change, I would like to say that the overconfident person sees the rule and the confident person sees the exception. Overconfident people are always at risk. It is said that taking risk is good but it must be well calculated otherwise it becomes very dangerous.

2.1 Answer the following questions : 2×4=8
(a) Why does a person become overconfident?
(b) What does overconfidence generally lead people into?
(c) How can one manage overconfidence?
(d) What kind of person does ‘modesty’ make you?

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme Question Paper, Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Delhi Scheme

Question Paper, Science

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Science

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
SCIENCE


Time allowed : 3 hours ]

[ Maximum marks : 90

Section-A

1. Write the next homologue of each of the following :
(i)  C2 H4
(ii) C4 H6

2.Name the part of Bryophyllum where the buds are produced for vegetative propagation.

3. List two natural ecosystems.

4. State two positions in which a concave mirror produces a magnified image of a given object. List two differences between the two images.

5. List four advantages of properly managed watershed management.

6. Explain giving example where active involvement of local people lead to efficient management of forest.

7. What are covalent compounds? Why are they different from ionic compounds? List their three characteristic properties.

8. When ethanol reacts with ethanoic acid in the presence of conc. H2 SO4 , a substance with fruity smell is produced. Answer the following :
(i) State the class of compounds to which the fruity smelling compounds belong. Write the chemical equation for the reaction and write the chemical name of the product formed.
(ii) State the role of conc. H2 SO4 in this reaction.

9. Calcium is an element with atomic number 20. Stating reason answer each of the following questions :
(i) Is calcium a metal or non-metal?
(ii) Will its atomic radius be larger or smaller than that of potassium with atomic number 19 ?
(iii) Write the formula of its oxide.

10. An element ‘M’ with electronic configuration (2, 8, 2) combines separately with  (NO3 )- , (SO4)-  and (PO4 )3- radicals. Write the formula of the three compounds so formed. To which group and period of the Modern Periodic Table does the elements ‘M’ belong? Will ‘M’ form covalent or ionic compounds? Give reason to justify your answer.

11.How do organisms, whether reproduced asexually or sexually maintain a constant chromosome number through several generations? Explain with the help of suitable example.

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(Notification) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) Admission-2017 

(Notification) All India Sainik School Entrance Exam (AISSEE) Admission-2017 

Important Date :

The programme for the entrance examination is given below:-

(i) Sale of Prospectus/Admission form - 16th October 2017 to 30th November 2017

(i) Last date for receipt of application - 05th December, 2017 and exam fee (Saturday)

(iii) Date of Entrance Exam - 07th Jan 2018 (First Sunday of January) (Except Sainik School Nagrota, for which the exam will be conducted in April 2018)

(iv) Publication of Merit List of written - 8 th February 2018 exam (School wise) (Thursday)

(v) Interview and Medical Exam - 19th February 2018 to 10th March 2018

(vi) Publication of Final Merit List including - 19th March 2018 Waiting list. (Monday) (c) The Entrance Examination will be held for admission to class VI & IX. Boys who are between the age of 10 to 11 years (born between 02 Jul 2007 to 01 Jul 2008) and 13 to 14 year (born between 02 Jul 2004 to 01 Jul 2005) for Class IX are eligible to take the Entrance Examination. For admission to class IX, the boys should be studying in class VIII in a recognized school. Admission will be made strictly in order of merit only in classes VI and IX. In case the Entrance Examination cannot be conducted in any State/UT on account of administrative problem, a separate order will be issued to conduct another Entrance Examination on a date fixed by the Honorary Secretary.

Registraion Fee :

The Registration charge will be included in the selling price of the prospectus-sum-application forms at the following rates;-

(i) General and Defence Category Rs 400/-

(ii) SC/ST Rs 250/- -3-

  • Medium of Examination for Class VI examinations will be English, Hindi. The question papers for Class VI will continue to be set in English and all the recognized official languages. But question papers for class IX will be set in English only and students are required to answer in English.
  • In addition to 300 marks prescribed for Written Examination for Class VI and 400 marks for Class IX 50 marks for both VI & IX classes would be set apart for interview. The merit list for admission to the Sainik School would be complied on the basis of total marks. In case there is a tie with regard to overall marks, the marks for mathematics would be considered. In case there is a tie here also the marks for English for Class IX and Intelligence Test for class VI will be considered and thereafter the marks for General Science for Class IX and language for Class VI. In case there is a tie there also the boy younger in age will be selected. It will not be necessary for a boy to qualify separately in the interview and marks obtained in the writer test and interview together will determine his position in the final merit list.

Reservation :

(i) 15% of the total seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes and 7 ½% seats for Scheduled Tribes.

ii) Out of the remaining, 67% of the seats will be reserved for boys from the State in which the Sainik Schools is located. Balance 33% left over of seats will be thrown open to boys from other States and Union Territories in the ration of their male population. Any unutilized seats in this category will be merged with home State seats. (iii) 25% seats are reserved for children of service personnel including Ex-servicemen.

General Instructions :

1.   Candidate has to use only ORIGINAL application form. Photocopy or Form downloaded from internet will NOT be accepted.

2.   Use Black/Blue pen only to write and darken the circles.

3.   Fill all columns neatly in CAPITAL Letters only.

4.   Incomplete / unsigned/ wrongly filled and without photograph forms shall be rejected without intimation.

5.   There are four choices available under the Column “School Applied For”. Choice 1 indicates the School in which a candidate seeks admission. Other three choices are to be filled IF AND ONLY IF, a candidate is willing to be considered for admission in any other Sainik School where a vacancy may be available.

6.   Paste one recent passport photograph firmly (DO NOT STAPLE OR PIN UP) in the space provided.

7.   In first field fill clearly name of the candidate as mentioned in the birth certificate.

8.   Give one box gap between First / Middle / Surname.

9.   In second field mention your Date of Birth as mentioned in the birth certificate.

10. In third field mention code for State/UT of domicile. For State/UT code please refer to the table 1.

11. In fourth field mention class in which you wish to apply for(Class VI OR IX).

12. In fifth field mention the category in which you wish to apply for.

13. In sixth field mention the category (HOME STATE OR OTHER STATE) you wish to apply for.

14. In seventh field mention your working mobile number for further correspondence. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that this is a valid number on which SMS or Voice call can be received.

15. In eighth field mention your mailing address and also mention your e-mail address.

16. In ninth field affix one recent passport size photograph.  DO NOT STAPLE THE SAME ON THE FORM.

17. In tenth field mention father’s name as mentioned in the certificate.

18. In eleventh field mention father’s Aadhaar number.

19. In twelfth field mention mother name as mentioned in the certificate.

20. In thirteenth field mention mother’s Aadhaar number.

21. In fourteenth field mention school code applied for – Choice 1, choice 2, choice 3, choice 4 (Ser 4 of these instructions also refers). For codes please refer to the table 1.

22. In fifteenth field mention exam center code – choice 1 and choice 2. For code please refer to the table 1. Please note that any of the proposed exam centres may be changed or cancelled if enough candidates are not available.

23. In seventeenth field mention medium for question paper. (Applicable only for class VI).

24. Declaration will be given by the parents/guardian.

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