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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : Marking Scheme, Informatics Practices

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : Marking Scheme

Question Paper, Informatics Practices

CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  Informatics Practices (Delhi)

CBSE AISSCE 2017 Marking Scheme for Informatics Practices
( Sub Code: 065 Paper Code 90/1 Delhi )

General Instructions:

● Marking scheme is the final document for all references with regard to evaluation and cannot be altered under any circumstance.
● The answers given in the marking scheme are SUGGESTIVE. Examiners are expected to award marks for all alternative correct Solutions/Answers conveying the similar meaning.
● All programming questions have to be answered with respect to Java Language only.
● In Java, ignore case sensitivity for identifiers (Variables / Functions)
● In SQL related questions :
A. Both ways of text/character entries should be acceptable. For example: “AMAR” and ‘amar’ both are acceptable.
B. All date e ntries should be acceptable for example: ‘YYYY-MM-DD’, ‘YY-MM-DD’, ‘DD-Mon-YY’, “DD/MM/YY”, ‘DD/MM/YY’, “MM/DD/YY”, ‘MM/DD/YY’ and {MM/DD/YY} are correct.
C. Semicolon should be ignored for terminating the SQL statements.
D. Ignore case sensitivity for commands.
E. Ignore headers in output questions.
 

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  Informatics Practices (Outside)

CBSE AISSCE 2017 Marking Scheme for Informatics Practices
(Sub Code:065 Paper Code 90/Outside Delhi)

General Instructions:

● Marking scheme is the final document for all references with regard to evaluation and cannot be altered under any circumstances.
● The answers given in the marking scheme are SUGGESTIVE, Examiners are requested to award marks for all alternative correct Solutions/Answers conveying the similar meaning.
● All programming questions have to be answered with respect to Java Language only.
● In Java, ignore case sensitivity for identifiers (Variable / Functions ).
● In SQL related questions – both ways of text/character entries should be acceptable for Example: “AMAR” and ‘amar’ both are correct.
● In SQL related questions – semicolon should be ignored for terminating the SQL statements.
● In SQL related questions, ignore case sensitivity.
● In SQL related questions, ignore column headers in outputs.

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