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(Social Science)

SECTION A (1 X 7=7)

1. Why did Slavic nationalist struggle in the 19th century? Give one reason.
OR
Why did France take up the idea of civilizing mission during mid- nineteenth century? Give
one reason. 1

2.  Why did Charles Dickens write about the terrible effects of industrialisation on people’s lives
and characters'? Give one reason.
OR
Interpret any one fear in the minds of religious authorities and monarchs about the printed
texts during 16th century in Europe. 1

3. “Conservation of resource is vital for development.” Give one example regarding the
statement.
OR
“Degradation of land is a cause of worry.” Give one reason to support the statement. 1

4. Recognize the form of power sharing which is represented by the Community Government in
Belgium.

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Ntional Cadet Corps

Common Subject

 
1. Who is responsible to the Government of India for efficient functioning of the NCC and other matters? 1
2. What are two parts of a command? 1
3. Which rifle is used by NCC cadets for firing? 1
4. What is the other term used for loosely arranged bone? 1
5. With which animal Project Hangul is associated? 1
6. When is the command “Khuli Line Chal” and “Nikat Line Chal”given. 2
7. When is the command “Khuli Line Chal” and “Nikat Line Chal”given.
A. Length of Bullet
B. Type of Bullet
2
8. State any two precaution for having a trouble free trek . 2

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Section-A

1. Find the value of a, for which point P ( a/3,2) is the mid-point of the line segment joining the points Q(-5,4) and R(-1,0).

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1. Multiple choice questions 5
  a. Which of the following is not an input device?
i) Scanner
ii) Microphone
iii) Speaker
iv) Trackball
 
a. Which of the following is not an input device?
i) Scanner
ii) Microphone
iii) Speaker
iv) Trackball
c. Random Access Memory and Read Only Memory are examples of
_______________.
i) AuxiliaryMemory
ii) Primary Memory
iii) Secondary Memory
iv) Both primary and secondary memory
d. GIMP, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, and Picasa are examples of _________
softwares.
i) Spreadsheets
ii) Word Processors
iii) Desktop publishing
iv) Presentation
e. It allows a visited website to store its own information about a user on the user’s
computer.
i) Spam
ii) Malware
iii) Cookies
iv) Adware

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Section-A

Note- Attempt any 7 questions out of the given 8.

1. “The old age needs special care.” Justify the statement with the help of one example.
                                OR
List any two safety measures you will keep in mind for your old grandmother at home. 1

2. List any two common features of childhood. 1

3. What will you do if an article is excessively blued in color?
                                OR
Name any two cleaning agents which are used while washing clothes. 1

4. Define food hygiene.
                                OR
Define Balanced diet. 1

5. What do you understand by the term dovetailing? 1

6. What is RDA? 1

7. Why is it important to sterilize dustbin? 1

8. List any two factors affecting the safety of food at home.

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खंड-क
(अपठित अंश)

प्र.1 निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानवरक पढ़िए और पूछे गए प्रश्नो के उत्तर लिखिए:-

सुख विश्वाश से ही उत्पन्न होता है | सुख जड़ता से उत्पन्न होता है | पुराने ज़माने के लोग इसलिए सुखी थे की इधर सत्ता में उन्हें विश्वाश था | उस ज़माने के नमूने आज भी है , मगर वे महासागरों में कम मिलते है | उनका जमघट गाँव , कस्बो और छोटे -छोटे नगरों वे महासागरों में काम मिलते है | इनके बहुत अधिक असंतुस्ट न होने के कारन यह है की जो चीज़ उनके बस में नहीं है, उसे वे अदृश्य की ीचा पर छोड़कर निश्चिंत हो जाते है |

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English Language And Literature

SECTION - A
READING – 20 marks

Q1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

1. Necessity is indeed the mother of invention. When areas in and around Leh began to experience water shortages, life didn’t grind to a halt. Why? Because Chewang Norphel, a retired civil engineer in the Jammu and Kashmir government came up with the idea of artificial glaciers.

2. Ladakh, a cold desert at an altitude of 3,000-3,500 metres above sea level, has a low average annual rainfall rate of 50mm. Glaciers have always been the only source of water. Agriculture is completely dependent on glacier melt unlike the rest of river/monsoon-fed India. But over the years with increasing effects of climate change, rainfall and snowfall patterns have been changing, resulting in severe shortage and drought situations. Given the severe winter conditions, the window for farming is usually limited to one harvest season.

3. It is located between the natural glacier above and the village below. The one closer to the village and lowest in altitude melts first, providing water during April/May, the crucial
sowing season. Further layers of ice above melt with increasing temperature thus ensuring continuous supply to the fields. Thus, farmers have been able to manage two crops instead
of one. It costs about Rs.1,50,000 and above to create one. 4. Fondly called the “glacier man”, Mr. Norphel has designed over 15 artificial glaciers in and
around Leh since 1987. In recognition of his pioneering effort, he was conferred the Padma Shri by President Pranab Mukherjee, in 2015.

5. There are few basic steps followed in creating the artificial glacier.

6. River or stream water at higher altitude is diverted to a shaded area of the hill, facing north,where the winter sun is blocked by a ridge or a mountain range. At the start of winter/November, the diverted water is made to flow onto sloping hill face through distribution channels. Stone embankments are built at regular intervals which impede the flow of water, making shallow pools and freeze, forming a cascade of ice along the slope. Ice formation continues for 3-4 months resulting in a large accumulation of ice which is referred to as an “artificial glacier”. (349 words)

1.1 Attempt any eight of the following questions on the basis of the passage you have read (1X8=8Marks)

i. Who was Chewang Norphel?
ii. What kind of land form is Ladakh?
iii. Why have Glaciers been the only source of water for Ladakh?
iv. Why has the pattern of snowfall and rainfall changed?
v. How are Glaciers significant for irrigation?
vi. How do farmers manage to grow two crops instead of one?
vii. In which year did President Pranab Mukherjee confer Padma Shri to Mr. Norphel?
viii. How many months does the ice formation continue for?
ix. Find the word in the paragraph 6 which means the same as ‘gathering’?

Q2.Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

1. Have you ever failed at something so miserably that the thought of attempting to do it again was the last thing you wanted to do?

2. If your answer is yes, then you are “not a robot.” Unlike robots, we human beings have feelings, emotions, and dreams. We are all meant to grow and stretch despite our circumstances
and our limitations. Flourishing and trying to make our dreams come true is great when life is going our way. But what happens when it’s not? What happens when you fail despite all of your hard work? Do you stay down and accept the defeat or do you get up again and again until you are satisfied? If you have a tendency to persevere and keep going then you have what experts call, grit.

3. Falling down or failing is one of the most agonizing, embarrassing, and scariest human experiences. But it is also one of the most educational, empowering, and essential parts of living a successful and fulfilling life. Did you know that perseverance (grit) is one of the seven qualities that have been described as the keys to personal success and betterment in society? The other six are: curiosity, gratitude, optimism, self-control, social intelligence, and zest. Thomas Edison is a model for grit for trying 1,000 plus times to invent the light bulb. If you are reading this with the lights on in your room, you know well he succeeded. When asked why he kept going despite his hundreds of failures, he merely stated that what he had been not failures.
They were hundreds of ways not to create a light bulb. This statement not only revealed his grit but also his optimism for looking at the bright side

4. Grit can be learned to help you become more successful. One of the techniques that helps is mindfulness. Mindfulness is a practice that helps the individual stay in the moment by bringing awareness of his or her experience without judgement. This practice has been used to quiet the noise of their fears and doubts. Through this simple practice of mindfulness, individuals have the ability to stop the self-sabotaging downward spiral of hopelessness, despair, and frustration.

5. What did you do to overcome the negative and self-sabotaging feelings of failure? Reflect on what you did, and try to use those same powerful resources to help you today.

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Foundation of Information Technology

1.

Multiple Choice Questions

05

a. Which one of the following is an e-Shopping website:
i) Flipkart
ii) Amazon
iii) Snapdeal
iv) All of above
 
b. Background is an attribute of:
i) <BODY> tag
ii) <FONT> tag
iii) <IMG> tag
iv) <A> tag
 
c. A link used to navigate or open other web pages on a website on internet is called:
i) Higherlink
ii) Hyperlink
iii) Heterolink
iv) None of above
 
d. A total of how many headings are there in html:
i) 4
ii) 6
iii) 7
iv) 8
 
e. Which one of the following is not an attribute of <A> tag:
i) NAME
ii) HREF
iii) Source
iv) Both (i) & (ii)
 

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SECTION-A (Reading)  (20 marks)

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

1.Cricket is a global passion, played everywhere from Test match arenas to village greens, tropical beaches and dusty back lots. Cricket is the world's second most popular spectator sport after football.

2.The origin of cricket is somewhere in the Dark Ages. All research concedes that the game derived from a very old, widespread and uncomplicated pastime by which one player served
up an object, be it a small piece of wood or a ball, and another hit it with a suitably fashioned club. Cricket was first recorded in 16th-century England, and it was played in grammar schools, farm communities and everywhere in between. But things really took off when 18thcentury nobles realised it was a greatsport.

3.The oldest surviving set of cricket laws date from 1744 – printed on a handkerchief, naturally.It's now in the MCC Museum at Lord‟s in London. The oldest permanent fixture is the annual Eton v Harrow match, played since 1805. A young Lord Byron turned out for Harrow in the first match, though history doesn't record how poetic – or “mad, bad and dangerous” – his bowling was.

5. The first international match was in 1877 when Australia beat England in Melbourne. The match was dubbed a “Test”, since the grueling nature of playing over five days was deemed
the ultimate “test” for any side. But it was Australia‟s first win on English soil – in 1882 at The Oval in London – that led to matches between the two nations being christened the Ashes.
Following the defeat, newspapers published an obituary mourning “the death of English cricket”, adding that “the body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia”.

6. A One Day International (ODI) is a form of limited overs cricket, played between two teams with international status, in which each team faces a fixed number of overs, usually 50. The
Cricket World Cup is played in this format. The international one-day game is a late twentiethcentury development. The first ODI was played on 5 January 1971 between Australia and
England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.(344words)

1.1 Attempt any eight of the following questions on the basis of the passage you have read.  1x8=80
a. According to the passage, how did the game of Cricket originate?
b. Where can we find the oldest sets of Cricket laws?
c. Which match did Lord Byron play?
d. When was the first international match played?
e. Which countries played that match?
f. Why the matches between Australia and England were titled “The Ashes”?
g. In which format is the Cricket world cup played?
h. When did the ODIs begin?
i. Which word in paragraph no.5 means the same as „exhausting‟?

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ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS

      Marks

1.

1. A private company can start business as soon as it
receives the:
a. certificate of incorporation;
b. certificate of commencement;
c. certificate of minimum subscription;
d. memorandum of association.
Understanding 1
2. It is necessary for a ____________________to keep an
index of members.
a. Private company;
b. Public company;
c. Sole- proprietorship firm;
d. Joint-Hindu family business.
 
Understanding 1
3.  As a finance manager of the company you have to
classify the funds of business on the basis of ownership.
You may classify the sources as:
a. borrowed funds;
b. owned funds;
c. short term funds;
d. both a and b.
Understanding 1
4.  In order to serve as a lubricant fostering smooth
operations of a business communication services must
not be:
a. efficient;
b. ineffective;
c. accurate;
d. fast.
 
Understanding 1
5. 5. A transaction between two parties where the buyer
receives goods, services or assets in exchange for money
is called:
a. Sale;
b. Sales return;
c. Purchases return;
d. an Offer.

Understanding

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Elements of Book Keeping and Accountancy

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1. 1 Depreciation is charged on:
1.Stock of goods                        2.Current Assets
3. Fixed Assets                           4. Current Liabilities.
 

1

 

OR

 
  Out of the following which is not considered while calculating Depreciation by straight line method:
1. Useful life.
2. Scrap Value.
3. Market Value.
4. Original Cost.
 
2. The amount by which the credit side of Trading account exceeds the debit side is called:
1. Net loss.                               2. Gross Profit.
3. Gross Loss.                          4. Net Profit

1

 

OR

 
  The amount by which the debit side of P&L account exceeds the credit side is called:
1. Net loss.                               2. Gross Profit.
3. Gross Loss.                          4.Net Profit
 
3. In Statement of affairs the difference of assets and liabilities side is known as:
1.Profit.                                   2. Loss.
3. Capital.                               4. Revenue.

1

4.  Out of the following which is the cause of Depreciation:
1. Normal wear and tear.
2. Scrap Value.
3. Market Value.
4. Decrease or increase in market price.

1

5. Which of the following is not shown in profit and loss account?
1. Postage and Stationery.              2. Discount Allowed.
3. Interest received.                        4. Carriage Inwards.

1

 

OR

 
  Which of the following is shown on credit side of trading account?
1. Rent.                                           2. Closing stock.
3. Interest received.                         4. Carriage Inwards.
 
 
6. The amount of Depreciation to Machinery is credited to:
1. Machinery Account.                2. Depreciation Account.
3. Profit and loss account.             4. Balance Sheet.

 

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SECTION A

1. Name a common nutrient that is absorbed in the small intestine and reabsorbed by the kidney tubules.       1

2. The presence of a particular group of bacteria in water bodies indicates contamination. Identify the group. 1

SECTION B

3. How is Magnesium Chloride formed by the transfer of electrons? Why does the solution of Magnesium chloride
conduct electricity?   2

4. In a flowering plant, summarize the events that take place after fertilization. 2

5. A ray of light enters into benzene from air. If the refractive index of benzene is 1.50, by what percent does the speed of light reduce on entering the benzene? 2

OR

For the same angle of incidence in media A,B and C, the angles of refraction are 200, 300 and 400 respectively. In which medium will the velocity of light be maximum? Give reason in support of your answer.

SECTION C

6. What happens when aqueous solutions of Sodium sulphate and Barium chloride are mixed? Give a balanced equation for the reaction with state symbols. Name and define the type of chemical reaction involved in the above change. 3

7. Identify the compound of calcium which is used for plastering of fractured bones. With the help of chemical equation show how is it prepared and what special precautions should be taken during the preparation of this compound. 3

OR

‘Sweet tooth may lead to tooth decay’. Explain why? What is the role of tooth paste in preventing cavities?

8. The electronic configuration of an element ‘X’ is 2,8,6. To which group and period of the modern periodic table does ‘X’ belong .State it valency and justify your answer in each case. 3

9. Pertaining to endocrine system, what will you interpret if- 3
i) You observe swollen neck in people living in the hills
ii) Over secretion of Growth Hormone takes place during childhood
iii) Facial hair develops in boys aged 13.

10. A variegated leaf with green and yellow patches in used for an experiment to prove that chlorophyll is required for photosynthesis. Before the experiment the green portions (A), and the pale yellow portions (B), are observed. What will be the colour of ‘A’ just before and after the starch test? Also write the equation of photosynthesis and mark, as
well as validate from which molecule the by-product is obtained. 3

11. The image of an object formed by a mirror is real, inverted and is of magnification -1. If the image is at the distance of 30 cm from the mirror, where is the object placed? Find the position of the image if the object is now moved 20 cm towards the mirror. What is the nature of the image obtained? Justify your answer with the help of ray diagram. 3

OR

What is meant by power of a lens? You have three lenses L1, L2 and L3 of powers +10D, +5D and -10D respectively. State the nature and focal length of each lens. Explain which of the three lenses will form a virtual and magnified image of an object placed at 15 cm from the lens. Draw the ray diagram in support of your answer.

12. Two lamps, one rated 100 W at 220 V and the other 200 W at 220V are connected (i) in series and (ii) in parallel to electric main supply of 220V. Find the current drawn in each case. 3

13. The figure below shows three cylindrical copper conductors along with their face areas and lengths. Compare the
resistance and the resistivity of the three conductors. Justify your answer.

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Time Allowed: 03 hours          Total Marks: 25

Instructions:

1. 1. Define the following:
Aalap, Tana, Meend, Alankar, Murki
2. 2. Describe any two of the following
Dhamar, Thumri, Razakhani Gat, LokDhun
3. 3. Describe the origin and development of the instrument opted for.
4. 4. Throw light on the structure and tuning of the instrument opted for.
5. 5. Describe the following Ragas (Any two)
Kafi, Des, Brindabani Sarang
6. 6. Give the life sketch and contribution of any one of the following Musician:
Miyan Tansen, Allaudin Khan, Inayat Khan
7. 7. Write Dugun of any two of the following Talas in Tala Notation
Tilwada, Chautala, Rupak

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सत्रांत परीक्षा
 

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानवरक पढ़िए और पूछे गए प्रश्नो के उत्तर लिखिए:-

सृष्टि ने मानव को जो सर्वश्रेष्ठ वरदान दिए है उनमे से एक महत्वपूर्ण वरदान है - स्वस्थ शरीर | स्वस्थ शरीर से ही जिंदगी की सही शुरुआत होती है | अस्वस्थ शरीर में कहा जीवन होता है ? वह तो जीवन पर बोझ होता है | जीवन के सभी सुख , सभी सौंदर्य , सभी स्वस्थ होने पर ही मिलते है | स्वास्थ्य सभी जीवधारियों आनंदमय जीवन की कुंजी है ; क्युकी स्वास्थ्य के बिना जीवधारियों के आनंदमय जीवन की कुंजी है

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CLASS – XII
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Subject : English Elective (Model Answer)

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