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d.a.V.

centre for academic excellence


d.a.v. college managing committee
Chitra Gupta Road, Paharganj, New Delhi-110055

Session : 2017 - 18
sample question papers
with
Scheme of Marking
class - VIII
(Term - I & II)

contents
Subject Page No.
1. Foreword 3
2. Preface 4
3. Introduction 5
4. Contributors 11
5. English Course 'A' 13
6. Hindi (Higher) 54
7. Sanskrit 85
8. Science & Technology 124
9. Mathematics 187
10. Social Science 240
11. Dharam Shiksha (Hindi) 293
12. Dharam Shiksha (English) 315
13. Punjabi 341
14. Hindi Lower 361

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Foreword
Evaluation is a very important and integral part of an educational System. Just
as teaching, learning is a continuous process, so is the Evaluation. Evaluation helps
us to identify the shortcomings in teaching-learning process, thus enabling us to
bring about the much needed changes in the methodology of teaching. Evaluation
process does not limit us to evaluate only the students, but it encompasses teachers,
syllabus and carriculum as well.
Written Examination (Pen and Paper Test) is one technique which helps us
in the process of evaluation. Question papers play a vital role in this process. It
is, therefore, absolutely essential that the question papers are student friendly,
catering to the needs of different strata of students i.e. briliant, average and below
average students. The question papers have to be balanced so that these effectively
test the learning outcomes specified for different subjects.
The common examination of students of Class VIII in all DAV Public Schools
is conducted to bring about uniformity in the academic standards of all DAV Public
Schools spread throughout the length and breadth of India, and it has proved
a great success. As a consequence, the academic standards of our schools at the
Secondary stage are bound to improve further.
In order to enable the teachers and students to prepare well for the Annual
Examination at the end of the academic session 2017-18, the DAV Centre for
Academic Excellence provides Sample Question Papers. It is hoped that these
sample question papers will certainly improve the classroom transaction of the
subject matter in our schools. These Sample Question Papers have been prepared
by practicing teachers of DAV Public Schools under the guidance of experienced
resource persons in workshops conducted by the DAV Centre for Academic
Excellence.
I express my gratitude to Ms. Kshipra Verma, E.O, DAVCAE and all the
experts who very ably guided our teachers in the workshops organised by the
department. I would also thank the Regional Directors and the Principals of DAV
Public Schools who had sent their teachers to contribute in these workshops.
I am confident that the students and teachers will use these Sample Question
Papers in teaching-learning process and thus help the students to do well in the
Annual Examination to be held in February-March 2018.

Punam Suri
Chairman
DAV Centre for Academic Excellence
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Preface

I am pleased to place before the students and teachers these Sample Question
Papers for Class VIII (Term - I & II). As you know, the DAV Centre for Academic
Excellence has been holding common examination in class VIII of DAV Public
Schools besides helping schools in other academic spheres. The presentation of
Sample Question Papers has been of immense help to the students as it introduces
them to test tasks, based on various instructional objectives. It also helps them to
know the art of answering a question. On the whole the student will get an insight
of how he/she has to plan his/her studies so that he is able to perform well in the
examination.

These Sample Question Papers will help the teachers to modify their teach-
ing approach in the classroom which needs to be in agreement with the objectives
laid. These will also help the teachers to improve their own testing materials.

I am sure, this document will be quite useful to all its users.

I thank the resource persons and the school teachers for their contribution in
designing and developing these Sample Question Papers.

Suggestions for further improvement are most welcome.

Secretary

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Introduction

The DAV Centre for Academic Excellence has been making all efforts to
achieve the objectives laid out for the department. One of the objective is to bring
about a uniformity in the standard of education in DAV Public Schools spread
throughout the length and breadth of India. We know that our Public Schools,
situated as they are, cater to the needs of different strata of society and it is, therefore
a difficult task to maintain the same standard of teaching in all these institutions.
However, one such activity that has helped us in bringing about some uniformity
in the standard of education is the system of common examination.

The DAV Centre for Academic Excellence provides common Question Papers
Class-VIII in all DAV Public Schools. Examination is held in all the schools as per
the date sheet issued by the department. Since there is Semester System as per the
CBSE guidelines, accordingly the Sample Question Papers are prepared semester-
wise and compiled in this document.

The main tool in the written examination is the Question Paper. If the question
paper is not designed properly, the test will give a totally incorrect conclusion. And
in this whole process the casualty will only be the student. It has been observed
that the question papers in general suffer from the following infirmities :

• The questions mostly require recall of information and as such encourage


memorisation.

• Abilities like understanding and application of knowledge are seldom


tested.

• The questions are vaguely worded. As a result the student is not clear about
the quality of answer required.

• Question paper does not cover the whole course.

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• Options are provided in the question paper which provide scope for the
students to pick and choose.

In order to remove the above infirmities and administer a good and balanced
question paper to the students, efforts are made to incorporate the following in the
questions paper :

(i) Introduction of question that measures a single learning outcome.

(ii) Incorporating some test tasks as would test all the abilities like knowledge
understanding, application & skill appropriately.

(iii) Including questions that -


(a) are within the scope of syllabus.
(b) are within the comprehension level of points.
(c) can be solved within a reasonable length of time.
(d) are worded in a clear, simple and unambiguous language.
(e) use appropriate directional words.

Hence for setting a good question paper, a great deal of planning prior to
the actual writing of questions is required. The major steps in the planning/
preparation of a good and balanced question paper are :

(i) Preparation of the design : it lays down the chief dimensions of the question
paper. Weightage to learning objectives, weightage to content, weightage
to form of questions, weightage to difficulty level-all are decided under
the head 'design'. Moreover through written examination it is the cognitive
domain, representing the intellectual area of the pupils, that gets evaluated.
This domain involves the development of the abilities of knowledge,
understanding (comprehension), application (expression) and skill. The
paper setter assigns marks to each in view of its importance.

In order to cover maximum course content the paper setter has to prepare a
large number of questions of various types. These types include Very Short

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Answer Questions, Short Answer Questions and Long Answer Questions.

(ii) Preparation of blue print : The design is then followed by the


preparation of a blue print. It reveals the actual picture of the question
paper. The blue print gives the placement of questions in respect of :
(a) the objective to be tested by each.
(b) the content area to be covered by each.
(c) the form of question suitable for testing.
It may be noted that blue print of each question paper is unique and should
be carefully prepared however design of question paper is static.

(iii) Preparation of questions : Preparation of an appropriate questions is


an art and requires knowledge of objectives and their specifications, a
mastery over the subject matter and the skill of framing questions. The
paper setter, while framing a question should keep in mind that -
(a) It is based on a well defined specific objective.
(b) It is related to a specific content area.
(c) It is at the desired level of the difficulty.
(d) It is well worded so as to be within the comprehension of the students
and can be done within a reasonable length of time.
(e) Its language is clear, simple and unambiguous.
(f) It uses appropriate directional words.

(iv) Editing the question paper : The editing and assembling of a question paper
is of crucial importance. The arrangement of question in a question paper
should be from easy to difficult. Similarly Very Short Answer type questions
should appear first to be followed by Short Answer Type and Long Answer
Type questions.

(v) Preparation of marking scheme/hints to solution : This is very essential as it


(a) reduces the subjectivity in scoring. (b) ensures uniformity in scoring when
a number of evaluators are involved and (c) gives the paper setter a clear

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idea of how the pupils will react while answering the questions. However, all
teachers must understand that Marking Scheme is just a guideline to bring
uniformly in evaluation.

(vi) Preparation of question-wise analysis : It helps the paper setter


to know the strength and weakness of his/her question paper. It
also enables the paper setter to reconcile the question paper with
the blue print. The questions are, therefore, analysed in terms of :
(a) objectives tested by the questions.
(b) specification on which the question is based.
(c) topic covered by the questions.
(d) form of the questions.
(e) estimated difficulty level.

Sample question papers

Use of Sample Question Papers by students :

The Sample Question Papers indicate the pattern of the question papers
which the pupils will have to face in the forthcoming examinations. These will also
help the students to know how to answer a question. Understanding a question
and then answering it, is a technique which students need to know.

Use of Sample Question Papers by the teachers :

The material presented herein may provide sufficient help to the teachers in
bringing improvement in the techniques and tools of evaluation. It will help the
teachers in :

• understanding the objective of teaching a particular course.

• teaching various topics keeping in mind the learning objectives.

• framing appropriate questions.

• developing appropriate marking schemes for the question papers.


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The Sample Question Papers along with guidelines for their evaluation printed
herein were designed and developed in the workshops, held at the office of DAV
CMC. Subject resource persons helped and guided the participating teachers in
developing these question papers. This year Eight workshops were held to develop
the Sample Question Papers for Classes-VIII, in all the subjects. It is a matter of
immence pleasure and satisfaction that more than 60 teachers participated in these
workshops. For Punjabi and Dharam Shiksha (English Medium), workshops were
held in Patiala and Hyderabad respectively.

I am highly grateful to Shri Mohan Lal, Vice-President, DAV Centre for


Academic Excellence for sparing his valuable time to address and guide the
participating teachers on different days of workshops and acquaint them with the
methodology used in designing & framing the Sample Question Papers.

I convey my thanks to all the resource persons for their able guidance without
which preparation of a good, balanced Sample Question Paper in a particular
subject would not have been possible. My thanks are also due to the Ms. Kshipra
Verma, E.O, DAVCAE & staff working in the DAV Centre of Academic Excellence
for their devoted and dedicated work.

Dr. Nisha Peshin


Director (Academics)

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Designed
and
Developed
by

Director (Academics)
D.A.V. centre for
academic excellence
in a workshop
held at

workshop schedule's :
(DAV College Managing Committee)
Chitragupta Road, Pahar Ganj,
New Delhi - 110 055

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english - course 'a'
(term - I)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100
I. Weightage of learning objectives :

Objectives Reading Writing Grammar Literature Total

% of Marks 20% 20% 25% 35% 100

Marks 20 20 25 35 100

II. Weightage to form of questions :

Type of Questions LA SA I SA II VSA Total

No. of Questions 03 01 (7 parts) 01 11 16

Marks 21 20 04 55 100

III. Weightage to Content :


S. No. Name of Unit Marks
1 Section - A (Reading) [1-3] 20
2 Section - B (Writing) [4-6] 20
3 Section - C (Grammar) [7-12] 25
4 Section - D (Literature) [13-16] 35
Total 100
IV. Scheme of options : Choice in Q. 4, 5, 13 & 16
V. Scheme of Section s: A, B, C & D
VI. Weightage to difficulty level :
1. Difficult questions : 19% 2. Average questions : 46 %
3. Easy questions : 35%
VII. Expected length of answers to different types of questions & time management :
S. Expected length of Expected time for
Types of Questions
No. Answer each question / type
1 Long Answer (LA) 120-150 words 75 minutes
2 Short Answer (SA-I) (SA-II) 30-40 words, 50 words 50 minutess
3 Very Short Answer (VSA) 10-20 words 55 minutes

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(class - viii)
english
(term - I)
Time : 3 Hours blue print Max. Marks : 100
S. No.
of the LA SA I SA II VSA Total
Questions

1. 10
2. Section - A (Reading) - - - 05 20
3. 05

4. - 04
5. Section - B (Writing) 08 - - - 20
6. 08 -

7. 04
8. 04
9. 04
Section - C (Grammar) - - - 25
10. 04
11. 04
12. 05

13.
05
14. 03×6 - 18
Section - D (Literature) 05 - 05 35
15. 02×1 - 2
-
16.

Total 21 20 04 55 100

Types of Questions
Summary :
Long Answer (LA) = 03
Short Answer (SA I) (30-40) = 01
Short Answer (SA II) (50) = 01
Very Short Answer (VSA) = 11
Total = 16
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ENGLISH - COURSE 'A'
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. This paper consists of four sections : A, B, C & D
2. Attempt all questions.
3. Do not write anything in the question paper.
4. All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and written in
the answer sheet provided to you.
5. Ensure that questions of each section are answered together.
6. Read each question carefully and follow the instructions.
7. Strictly adhere to the word limit given with each question. Marks will be deducted for
exceeding the word limit.

Section - A (Reading) (20 Marks)

1. Read the following passage carefully : 10

Florence Nightingale laid the foundation of modern nursing by organising


it on a scientific basis. She is better known throughout the world as 'The
Lady with the Lamp'. Florence Nightingale was a wonderful personality
who rejecting the comforts and luxuries of homely life, dedicated herself
to the selfless service of the sick and the wounded with a missionary zeal.
During the Crimean war (1854-1856), she came to British army hospital at
Scutari in Turkey from Italy as a member of the 40 member nursing team. She
did a very commendable job at this hospital and improved the condition of
the hospital, spending her own money. She cared more about the wounded
than about her own comforts. Being busy in the service of others she also
had to take much trouble. By her dedication to the service of the patients in
the hospital, she brought a new ray of hope to them. While visiting patients
at night, she used to hold a lamp in her hand and so she came to be known
as "The Lady with the Lamp'. She founded a nursing school at London's St.
Thomas's Hospital and also encouraged British women to join the medical
profession. (1)

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Florence Nightingale was born in Florence (Italy) in 1820. Her parents
wanted her to lead a happy, comfortable domestic life but she made it known
that instead she wanted to serve mankind. Her parents had ultimately to
bow before the indomitable will of their daughter. Florence Nightingale
received training in Nursing in Germany and France. She is known for
her reforms in the British hospitals which lacked in even basic facilities.
Florence Nightingale died in London in 1910, at the ripe age of 90. (2)

Florence Nightingale was an embodiment of sacrifice and compassion


and her noble life will always inspire the people of the world of selfless
service. (3)

1.1. Answer the following questions briefly.


(a) Highlight florence Nightingale's contribution to modern nursing. 1
(b) With the help of an example prove florence Nightingale 'missionary
zeal'. 2
(c) She was known as 'The Lady with the lamp' because _________. 1
(d) Florence Nightingale went against the wishes of her parents.
Explain. 2
(e) Why did she need to reform British hospitals? 1
(f) How does the life of florence Nightingale inspire us? 1

1.2. Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following. 1×2
(a) Worthy of praise (para 1)
(b) a feeling of sympathy (para 3)

2. Read the following poem carefully : 5

The Paper Boats

Day by day I float my paper boats one by


one down the running stream.
In big black letters I write my name on them and
name of the village where I live
I hope that someone in some village or land
will find them and know who I am.
I load my little boats with shiuli flowers from
our garden.
And hope that these blooms of the dawn will

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be carried safely to land in the night.
I launch my paper boats and look up into
the sky.
And all the little clouds sitting there
white bulging sails.
I know not what playmate of mine in the
sky sends them down the air to race
with my boats!
When night comes I bury my face in my arms
and dream that my paper boats float on
and on under midnight stars.

– Rabindranath Tagore

Fill in the blanks with one word or a phrase from the poem only to
complete the passage given below.
The poet everyday (a) ____________ his paper boats down the running
stream. He writes his and his village name on the boats hoping that
someone in some village or land will find them and (b) ____________ who
he is. He even loads (c) ____________ in his boats hoping that they will
be carried safely to (d) ____________. He compares the little clouds with
(e) ____________. At night he buries his face in his arms and dreams that his
paper boats are floating safely under midnight stars.
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3. Read the following passage carefully :

Dance - A Divine Art



Dance is an expression of emotions natural to man. It is a medium to give
vent to feelings of joy, sorrow, anger, bliss and many more. Indian dance
interprets philosophical ideals, myths and legends that grow out of the
nature worship. Bharata Natyam - the most common classical art of India
comes from Tamil Nadu in South India. Its principles and techniques had
been codified in Bharat "Natyashastra" about 1800 years ago. The word
Bharata as used in this form of classical dance is believed to be composed of
the first syllables of each of its three main elements - Bhava or mood, Raga
or melody and Tala or rhythm. 'Natyam' is the continuation of both dancing
and acting.

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Bharata Natyam is a sophisticated dance art of Tamil Nadu. Visually it is
dynamic and a very precise style of dance. A variety of movements with
an emphasis on mudras are typical of this style. The basic postures are
balanced positions with stretches that give it a linear quality. The style
projects an amazingly equal measure of beauty and strength, of slow and
fast, or pure dance and mime. It is a style that lends itself to both solo and
group performances.

The dance is not only an art and a source of enjoyment, but also a therapy.
This form of exercise is interesting, symmetrical and increases suppleness
and strength. This Indian classical dance is performed barefoot. The process
of dancing is like having regular acupressure treatment. It has been found
that dance helps to contribute to the conservation of nutrients. The eye
movement improves Myopia and the whole process improves Neuro motor
co-ordination. Psychologists say that those children who have neuro motor
abilities are well watchers and achievers in today's society.

Earlier Bharata Natyam was closely associated with rituals and was a form
of worship in the temples. But today, it is practised all over the world as a
form of art of unparalleled beauty.

On the basis of your reading of the passage, attempt the following 1
(a) Bharata Natyam originated in _____________ (fill in the blank) 1
(b) What does Natyashastra contain?
(c) The style of Bharat Natyam projects an amazingly equal measure
not only of beauty and strength but also of
(i) ____________ ½+½=1
(ii) ____________
(d) The dance is not only an art and a source of enjoyment best also 1
taken as a form of ____________ (fill in with one word) 1
(e) Today it is worldwide recognised as ____________. (fill in the blank)

Section - B (Writing) (20 Marks)



4. The Inter school Debate competition which was to be held in your school
on Monday, August 07, 2017 has been postponed by a fortnight due to certain
unavoidable reasons. Write a notice for the school notice board informing
participants about the change and any other necessary information in not 4
more than 50 words. You are the head boy / head girl of your school.
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OR

Ridhima loves watching the discovery channel on T.V. She especially enjoys
the programme 'Discovery India' where she gets to know about the heritage
and culture of India. write an e-mail to the producer of the show to express
her appreciation. Do not exceed 50 words.

5. You are Arun / Savita, a student of class IX. You have to prepare a speech
to be delivered in the morning assembly of your school on the topic 'Good
deeds reflect a good character' highlighting the qualities of being a noble and
a considerate soul which would ultimately help in building an ideal society.
Write the speech in about 120-150 words. Refer to the unit 'Compassionate
souls' of My English Reader along with your views. 8

OR

You are Raman / Seetha of class-VIII. You have received an i phone as a


birthday present from your uncle. You spend a lot of time exploring its
features. Your parents disapprove of it thinking that you are wasting time on
the social media but you disagree with it. Prepare a speech in 120-150 words
to be delivered in the morning assembly on the topic 'Generation Gap - The
Need to Bridge It'. Refer to the unit 'Changing Times' of My English Reader
along with your own views.

6. You are Neha / Kartik. While coming to school you notice a lot of filth and
garbage around. You are upset and decide to write a letter to your friend
expressing your views on what children can do to keep the surrounding clean. 8

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Section - C (Grammar) (25 Marks)

7. Use the information in the notes to complete the paragraph that follows
NOTES 1×4=4
• Effective study difficult without notes
• noting down essential points in your own words is important
• Translation of author's ideas into one's own words aids
understanding.
• Sort out and group together notes is a great help in remembering and
recalling ideas.

Experts say that without the help of notes it is difficult (a) __________
effectively. So as you read a lesson, it is important that you (b) __________
the essential points in it. Write them down in (c) __________ because when
you translate the ideas in your own words, it aids your understanding of
the lesson. Organising notes is as important as making them. The process
of (d) __________ grouping notes together helps you to organise your notes
and remember and recall thoughts easily.

8. The following passage has not been edited. There is an error in each of
these lines. Write the incorrect word and the correction in your answer
sheet aginst the correct blank numbers. ½×8=4

incorrect word correct word


Artists drew cartoons to point drew draw
(a) how people feel for things (a)
(b) A cartoon May depict the (b)
(c) amusing situation and a story. (c)
(d) Each cartoonist drew his cartoon (d)
(e) characters with his own style. (e)
(f) In most cases you would be able (f)
(g) to guess what is happens and (g)
(h) how the cartoon character feel (h)
just by looking at the pictures

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9. Look at the words and phrases given below. Rearrange them into
meaningful sentences as given in the example. 1×4=4

for / him / two / leave / days / requested / clerk / the officer / grant
/ the / to

The clerk requested the officer to grant him leave for two days.
(a) to / walk / us / have / a / they / to / proposed
(b) the / said / clerk / that / they / could / by / cheque / pay
(c) her / Sanya / unwell / asked / was / brother / if / Sanchita
(d) in / the / come / doctor / to / politely / the patient / allowed

10. Punctuate the following sentences and rewrite them in your answer sheet. 1×4=4
(a) Ram said to Sita I want to play cricket.
(b) what a pleasant surprise
(c) do you recognise his handwriting
(d) do not litter the park

11. Read the following conversation and then report what was said by
completing the following passage. Write the answers in your answer
sheet. 1×4=4
Manager : Where is your father?
Boy : I have no father. He died two years ago.
Manager : Who was the man you came with?

The manager asked the boy (a) ____________. Puzzled, the boy told the
manager that he had no father and added (b) ____________ two years ago.
At this the manager asked the boy who the man (c) ____________. The boy
replied that he was a stranger who (d) ____________ treat.

12. (i) Choose the correct word from the options given to complete the
following passage. 1×3=3
Most parents express (a) ____________ (its / their) anxiety over the
lack of communication (b) ____________ (among / between) them
and their children. Some of them are (c) ____________ (so / much) busy
in their profession that they don't have enough time for their children.
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(ii) Do as directed 1×2=2
(a) He ____________ swim very well in his youth. (fill in the modal)
(b) Simple living and high thinking ____________ Gandhi's
philosophy. (Fill in the verb that agrees with the subject)

Section - D (Literature) (35 Marks)

13. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. (5)
"Well, I'll grow old disgracefuly.
I can do it better.' And we had to agree."

(a) Name the poem and the poet. 1


(b) Who is 'I' and why does she want to 'grow old disgracefully'? 2
(c) Who 'had to agree' and why? 2

OR

"So Granny moved up, and now everyday


I climb to her room with glasses and a tray.
She sits there in state and drinks sherry with me,
upholding her right to reside in a tree."

(a) What is Granny's state of mind? 1


(b) Where did Granny move to? How does she spend her time there? 2
(c) Who is 'I' in the above lines? What does he carry for his Granny? 2

14. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. (5)
"I remember the war days when life was challenge and toil -
Miles to walk, hours before sunrise,
Walking to take lessons from the saintly teacher near the temple.

(a) Which war is the poet talking about? 1


(b) Life was a challenge and toil for the poet. Explain why. 2
(c) The poet had to walk miles, hours before sunrise. Give reasons for the
same. 2

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15. Answer the following questions in about 30-40 words. (20)
(a) How did the king save the bearded man? 3
(b) What happened to granny when her family was in town? 3
(c) What went wrong with Tommy's mechanical teacher? How long did
it take to set it right? Who was called for it? 3
(d) 'For a moment he was angry with his father'. Why was Swami angry
with his father? 3
(e) Mention the daily chores of the poet, APJ Abdul Kalam during his
childhood days. 3
(f) The narrator was a struggling writer. Justify the statement. (The
Luncheon) 3
(g) The chapter 'Father's Help' depicts that fathers like mothers are
equally concerned about the welfare of their children. What are your
views on the same? 2

16. After learning about the fun that the children of the 20th century had,
Margie was unhappy about her own teacher and school. As Margie, write a
diary page expressing her feelings (80-90 words) 5

or

Imagine yourself to be the bearded man. Write a letter to your friend telling
him / her why and how you had planned to kill the king but could not.
(The Three Questions ) (80-90 words)

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english - course 'a'
term - I
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
Section : A (Reading)

1. 1.1. (a) laid the foundation of modern nursing by


organising it on a scientific basis. 1
(b) She rejected the comforts and luxuries of homely
life and dedicated herself to the selfless service of
the sick and the wounded. 2
(c) she used to hold a lamp in her hand while visiting
patients at night. 1
(d) They wanted her to lead a happy domestic life
but she wanted to serve mankind. 2
(e) The hospitals lacked basic facilities. 1
(f) Her life of sacrifice, compassion, selfless service
inspires us. 1

1.2. (a) commendable 1


(b) compassion 1 10

2. (a) floats 1
(b) know 1
(c) shiuli flowers 1
(d) land in the night 1
(e) white bulging sails. 1 5

3. (a) Tamil Nadu, in South India / South India. 1


(b) Principles and techniques of Bharat Natyam 1

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
(c) (i) slow and fast ½
(ii) pure dance and mime ½
(d) therapy 1
(e) a form of art of unparalleled beauty 1 5

Section : B (Writing)

4. NOTICE
Format includes
Name of the School, Address
The word NOTICE
Date
Format - 2
Suitable Heading
Content - 2
Content
Event orgainsed
Date, time of the event venue and the necessary details
– Name and designation of the writer (at the end)
• No mark will be awarded if the content is missing or
wrong. 4

OR

Format includes
Date :
From :
To :
Format - 2
Subject
Content - 2
Dear ABC
Content
Ending with Regards
Name 4

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

5. Speech
Format
Topic - Heading, by line
Formal Introduction
Content Value points
– Good deeds of truthfulness, kindness, compassion
reflect character (Give examples)
– A man with a strong character never gives in to evil
Format +
temptation.
Content - 4
– cannot be lured by greed for money
Accuracy - 2
– Focus on purpose of life i.e. to do good to others Fluency - 2

– help those on the path of dishonesty to return to the path
of truth
– God (supreme power) head us from darkness to light
from falsehood to truth 8
(Accept any other relevant point to)

OR

Speech
Format
Topic - Heading, by line
Formal Introduction
Content value points
– Gadgets help to keep pace with the modern world
– parents should trust children
– It is a source of educational information and not only
used for cheap entertainment.
– better understanding - broadens outlook
– make you tech savvy which is the need of the hour.

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
– children can be patiently guided about its value and
misuse. 8
(Accept any other relevant point to)

6. Informal letter
Format includes
Sender's address
Date
Salutation
Format +
Content
Content - 4
– garbage piles, unique problem of polybags Accuracy - 2

Fluency - 2
– irregular pick up of garbage
– choking drains, stink during rainy season
– people falling prey to various disease like dengue,
malaria.
– segregation of waste on the basis of bio degradable and
non-biodegradable.
– residents to be more alert / responsible. 8

Section : C (Grammar)

7. (a) to study 1
(b) make notes on / note down 1
(c) your own words 1
(d) sorting out and 1 4

8. Incorrect word Correct word


(a) for about ½
(b) the an ½
(c) and or ½
(d) drew draws ½
(e) with in ½

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
(f) would will ½
(g) happen happening ½
(h) feel feels ½ 4

9. (a) They proposed to us to have a walk. 1


(b) The clerk said that they could pay by cheque. 1
(c) Sany asked Sachita if her brother was unwell. 1
(d) The doctor polietly allowed the patient to come in. 1 4

10. (a) Ram said to Sita, "I want to play." 1


(b) What a pleasant surprise! 1
(c) Do you recognise his handwriting? 1
(d) Don't litter the park. 1 4

11. (a) where his father was 1


(b) that he had died 1
(c) he had come with was 1
(d) had brought him for a 1 4

12. (i) (a) their 1


(b) between 1
(c) so 1
(ii) (a) could 1
(b) was 1 5

13. (a) Granny's Tree Climbing : Ruskin Bond


(b) • 'I' is granny
• because she wants to continue climbing trees
(c) • The poet and his family members / father
• even if they had disagreed she would have
done the same (climbed trees) 3

Or

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
(a) She is happy and upholds her right to reside in a tree
(b) • Tree top house
• sits in grand style (state) and drinks sherry
(c) • poet - Ruskin Bond / narrator / grandson
• glasses and tray

14. (a) Second world war 1


(b) Second world war, poverty, had to walk for miles 2
(any two)
(c) To take lessons from the saintly teacher near the temple. 2 5

15. (a) • brought fresh water and gave it to him 1


• bandaged with his handkerchief and with a towel
the hermit had 1
• washed his wounds and rebandaged 1 3
(b) • climbed a tree and couldn't come down 1
• was rescued 1
• running temperature 1 3
(c) • History sector was blanked out 1
• took about a month 1
• county inspector 1 3
(d) • forced to go to school 1
• written a complaint letter 1
• told to bring back an acknowledgement 1 3
(e) • taking lessons from saintly teacher near the temple
• walked miles to take Arabic lessons
• collected and distributed newspapers
• went to school
• evening - business time
• study time at night (any 3) 3

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
(f) • lived in a small Latin apartment 1
• barely had enough money to keep his body and
soul together 1
• could not afford to go to Foyt's 1 3
(g) Yes, fathers are concerned. They have the welfare of the
child in their hearts
Swami's father
• insisted to send him to school
• wrote a complaint letter aginst the teacher
• concerned about the well - being of his son 2

16. DAY
DATE
TIME
I thought about the fun they had
– all the children went to special building for kids
– how once it was to have a human teacher
– all the children of the same age sat in the same class and
discussed
– ate together, studied together, laughed and shouted in
the schoolyard
– went home back together
– learnt the same things 5

or

Sender's Address
Date
Salutation
– his brother was executed and his property was seized
– revenge

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

– hid in an ambush
– planned to kill him (the king) on his way back
– caught by the bodyguards
– realised that the king was good at heart
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question-wise analysis (term - i)
Estimated
S.No. of Learning Specific Form of Marks
Content unit difficulty
questions objectives objectives question allotted
level*

Section - A (Reading)
1. Reading Reading Unseen Passage VSA 10 C
2. " & under- " VSA 05 B&C
3. " standing " VSA 05 C
Section - B (Writing)
4. Writing Writing Notice / E mail SA II 04 B
5. " & Expre- Speech LA 08 B&A
6. " ssion Letter LA 08 B&A
Section - C (Grammar)
7. Grammar Grammar Guided Compositing VSA 04 B
8. " & Editing VSA 04 B
9. " Appli- Jumbled Words VSA 04 B
10. " cation Punctuation VSA 04 B
11. " Reported Speech VSA 04 B
12. " Integrated Exercise VSA 05 B
Section - D (Literature)
13. Literature Know- Poem (RTC) VSA 05 C
14. " ledge Poem (RTC) VSA 05 C
15. " & Expre- Fiction / Poerty, Value Based VSA 20 B
16. " ssion Fiction LA 05 A

VSA (Very Short Answer Type) : 11 Difficult - A


SA - I (Short Answer Type) : 01 (7 Parts) Average - B
SA - II (Short Answer Type) : 01 Easy - C
LA - (Long Answer) : 03
Total Number of Questions : 16

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english - course 'a'
(term - II)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100
I. Weightage of learning objectives :

Objectives Reading Writing Grammar Literature Total

% of Marks 20% 20% 25% 35% 100

Marks 20 20 25 35 100

II. Weightage to form of questions :

Type of Questions LA SA I SA II VSA Total

No. of Questions 03 01 (7 parts) 01 11 16

Marks 21 20 04 55 100

III. Weightage to Content :


S. No. Name of Unit Marks
1 Section - A (Reading) [1-3] 20
2 Section - B (Writing) [4-6] 20
3 Section - C (Grammar) [7-12] 25
4 Section - D (Literature) [13-16] 35
Total 100
IV. Scheme of options : Choice in Q. 4, 5, 13 & 16
V. Scheme of Section s: A, B, C & D
VI. Weightage to difficulty level :
1. Difficult questions : 19% 2. Average questions : 46 %
3. Easy questions : 35%
VII. Expected length of answers to different types of questions & time management :
Expected length Expected time for each
S. No. Type of Questions
of Answer Questions / type
1 Long Answer (LA) 120-150 words 75 minutes
2 Short Answer (SA-I) (SA-II) 30-40 words 50 minutess
3 Very Short Answer (VSA) 10-20 words 55 minutes

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english - course 'a'
(term - II)
Time : 3 Hours blue print Max. Marks : 100

S. No.
of the LA SA I SA II VSA Total
Questions

1. 10
2. Section - A (Reading) - - - 05 20
3. 05

4. - 04
5. Section - B (Writing) 08 - - - 20
6. 08 -

7. 04
8. 04
9. 04
Section - C (Grammar) - - - 25
10. 04
11. 04
12. 05

13.
05
14. 03×6 - 18
Section - D (Literature) 05 - 05 35
15. 02×1 - 2
-
16.

Total 21 20 04 55 100

Types of Questions
Summary :
Long Answer (LA) = 03
Short Answer (SA I) (30-40) = 01
Short Answer (SA II) = 01
Very Short Answer (VSA) = 11
Total = 16
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ENGLISH - COURSE 'A'
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. This paper consists of four sections : A, B, C & D
2. Attempt all questions.
3. Do not write anything in the question paper.
4. All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and written in
the answer sheet provided to you.
5. Ensure that questions of each section are answered together.
6. Read each question carefully and follow the instructions.
7. Strictly adhere to the word limit given with each question. Marks will be deducted for
exceeding the word limit.

Section - A (Reading) (20 Marks)

1. Read the following passage carefully : 10

High above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of the Happy Prince.
He was gilded all over with thin leaves of fine gold, for eyes he had two
bright sapphires and a large red ruby glowed on his sword hilt.

One night there flew over the city a little swallow. His friends had gone
away to Egypt six weeks before, but he had stayed behind : then he decided
to go to Egypt too.

All day long he flew, and at night time he arrived at the city.

'Where shall I put up?' he said. 'I hope the town has made preparations.'

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Then he saw the statue on the tall column.

'I will put up there,' he cried. 'It is a fine position with plenty of fresh air.' So
he alighted just between the feet of the Happy Prince.

'I have a golden bedroom,' he said softly to himself as he looked round,


and he prepared to go to sleep; but just as he was putting his head under
his wing a large drop of water fell on him. 'What a curious thing!' he cried.
There is not a single cloud in the sky, the stars are quite clear and bright, and
yet it is raining.'

Then another drop fell.

'What is the use of a statue if it cannot keep the rain off?' he said, 'I must
look for a good chimney pot,' and he determined to fly away.

But before he had opened his wings, a third drop fell, and he looked up, and
saw - Ah! what did he see?

The eyes of the Happy Prince were filled with tears, and tears were running
down his golden cheeks. His face was so beautiful in the moonlight that the
little swallow was filled with pity.

"Who are you?" he said.

"I am the Happy Prince."

"Why are you weeping then?" asked the swallow. "You have quite drenched
me."

"When I was alive and had a human heart," answered the statue, "I did
not know what tears were, for I lived in the Palace, where sorrow is not
allowed to enter. My courtiers called me Happy for I lived in the Palace,
where sorrow is not allowed to enter. My countries called me the Happy
Prince, and happy indeed I was. So I lived, and so I died. And now that I am
dead they have set me up here so high that I can see the ugliness and all the
misery of my city, and though my heart is made of lead yet I can not choose
but weep."

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1.1. Answer the following questions briefly.
(a) Where did the statue of the Happy Prince stand? 1
(b) Pick out words to prove that the little swallow thought highly
of himself. 1
(c) What did the swallow call 'a curious thing!' Why? 2
(d) "I must look for a good chimney pot." What made the swallow
speak these words? 1
(e) Why was the little swallow filled with pity? 1
(f) Why was the Prince so happy in life? 1
(g) What made him weep at the end of the passage? 1

1.2. Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following. ½×2=1
(a) shone (para 1)
(b) landed (para 2)

1.3. Find words from the passage that mean the opposite of - ½×2=1
(a) dried (para 3)
(b) joy (para 3)

2. Read the poem given below carefully. Then fill in the blanks that follow
with one word each. 5

close the arms factories

Who are you deceiving?


You ask me to speak to children.
But I shall also address you,
the grown ups
I am still a child
A don't know how to lie like you
All the children of the world
Can't rebuild what you destroy today.
Let's not talk of friendship, peace
and fellowship
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Enough promises
Enough waiting - now
it's time for us to stop making arms.
to stop wars.
Before it's too late.

– Leila Ibrahim

The poet here is addressing the (a) ____________. He feels that he himself
is still a (b) ____________ as he, like a child, does not know how to
(c) ____________. He wants that we should stop making (d) ____________
because children of this world can't rebuild what grownups (e) __________
today. He believes that inspite of enough promises and enough wating, we
should come together to stop wars. 1×5=5

3. Read the following passage carefully : 5

The Great Issac Newton

Issac Newton is considered to be among the greatest scientists of England.


His theory of light and colour, the three laws of motion and the law of
gravitation are among his most amazing achievements. He was fully
devoted to his work. Probably that is why he never married. He avoided
company. Newton did his work with great concentration. When he was
absorbed in his work he became absent-minded to all surroundings. Once
he invited a few friends to dinner. While talking to them, he went out to look
for something he needed. Just then, he came up with an idea and forgetting
everything he headed straight to his study room. There he opened his files
and got busy in his calculation. When he failed to be seen for long his friends
were worried and started searching for him all over the place. They even
organised a search party to locate him. Then someone located him in his
study, totally submerged in his work. When Newton realised he had caused
inconvenience to his friends, he felt quite embarrassed. But his friends were
aware of his love for his work, so they forgave him.

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Answer the following questions briefly.
(a) Mention any two important achievements of Newton in the field of
science. 2
(b) He decided to be a bachelor because ____________ 1
(c) What did his friends do when he failed to be seen for long? 1
(d) Mention an instance of Newton's absent - mindedness. 1

Section - B (Writing) (20


Marks)

4. On the basis of the given telephonic conversation, Write a message in not


more than 50 words. Put the message in a box. 4

Arpit : Hello Rachel! Is Daniel at home?


Rachel : No Arpit.
Arpit : Where has he gone?
Rachel : I don't know.
Arpit : Please tell him that the Computer Science exam will
be held as soon as the school re-opens and the I
term Sanskrit syllabus will be the first five chapters
instead of four. Tell him that the map work in History
covers only the Scadinavian countries.
Rachel : Thanks 4

OR

Write a bio-sketch of the following famous personality in not more than


50 words.
Full Name : Kalpana Chawla
Born : March 17, 1962, Karnal, Haryana, India
Nationality : American
Demise : February 1, 2003 (killed in the space shuttle
Columbia's disaster over Texas, in USA)
Occupation : Research Scientist and a NASA astronaut
Time in space : 31 days / 14 hrs / 54 mins
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Selection : 1994 in National Aeronautics and space
Administration
Missions : STS - 87, STS - 107

5. Human beings are often hostile and aggressive, while nature soothes and
nurtures. It is the best artistic creation of God. Can we, human beings be
consistent, organised and disciplined? Taking ideas from the Unit "Nature'
and using your own ideas write an article on the topic Nature Influences
our mind, body and soul. (120-150 words) 8

OR

According to E.M. Forster, Tolerance is the only virtue which can save
mankind. Today qualities like sensitivity, mercy and patience have been
replaced by arrogance and rash behaviour. Taking ideas from the unit
'Tolerance' and using your own ideas write an article on the topic - Tolerance
Promotes Universal Peace. (120 - 150 words)

6. Pollution has become a grave problem. It is a source of many fatal diseases.


Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper highlighting the harmful effects
of pollution and suggesting measures to improve the situation. 8

(Pollution on the rise –––––– factories pollute air and water


bodies –––––– global warming –––––– glaciers melting,
diseases, afforestation –––––– public transport)

Section - C (Grammar) (25 Marks)

7. Use the information in the notes to complete the paragraph that follows
NOTES 1×4=4
• regard for time - mark of efficiency.
• time precious thing - life itself.
• respect time - otherwise not worth much
• leisure and rest needed like mental and physical exercise.

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• we shorten our lives by killing time
• time wisely utilised enriches life

Due regard for time is a mark of efficiency. We must realise and remember
that time is a precious thing like life itself. Unless (a) __________ time, it is
not worth much to us. We need leisure, relaxation and rest (b) __________
mental and physical exercise. But when we merely (c) __________ we are
(d) __________ lives. Time wisely used in work and leisure enriches
life considerably.

8. In the following passage one word has been omitted in each line. Write the
missing word and the word that come before and after it. ½×8=4

Before Missing After


It was hot summer day. (e.g.) was a hot
A fox was prowling about food. (a) _______ _______ _______
He wanted to quench thirst and (b) _______ _______ _______
satisfy his hunger. He searched
every nook cranny but did not (c) _______ _______ _______
find even a single drop water. He (d) _______ _______ _______
did get anything to eat. Eventually (e) _______ _______ _______
he came to vineyard. He (f) _______ _______ _______
saw ripe bunches grapes dangling (g) _______ _______ _______
on vine. The grapes fascinated him (h) _______ _______ _______

9. Look at the words and phrases given below. Re-arrange them into
meaningful sentences. 1×4=4

(1) the stories / the / children / of / among / been / have / popular / the
Panchtantra / most.
(2) is / stories / The Panchtantra / to / be / considered / the / best /
collection / of

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(3) education / story / moral / telling / imparting / of / is / way / a /
good
(4) ago / these / years / stories / of / originated / thousands / India /
in

10. Fill in the blanks with linkers. 1×4=4


(1) Children rushed to their classes ____________ the bell rang.
(2) He started crying ____________ being scolded by the teacher.
(3) ____________ we read the history of Egypt, we cannot understand
why the Pyramids were built.
(4) He is eighty, ____________ he is strong.

11. Read the set of instructions below and complete the paragraph that
follows. 1×4=4
how to make a cup of coffee
(a) Place a pan on the gas stove with one cup of milk.
(b) Add coffee powder and sugar.
(c) Stir
(d) Remove it from the burner once the milk boils.
(e) Pour it in a coffee mug
(f) Serve hot.

A pan (1) ____________ on the gas stove with one cup of milk. Coffee powder
and Sugar (2) ____________. It is stirred. After the mixture starts boiling. it
(3) ____________ in a mug and it (4) ____________ hot.

12. (i) Choose the correct word from the options given to complete the
following passage. 1×2=2
Seagulls (a) __________ (live / lives) on the beach. They (b) ___________
(run / ran) quickly on the sand.

(ii) Do as directed 1×3=3


(a) Why do you need two dustbins (Punctuate the sentence)

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(b) Kashmir is famous ________ its Pashmina (Insert a Preposition)
(c) The Sun __________ (rise) in the east. (Fill in the correct form of
the verb.)

Section - D (Literature) (35 Marks)

13. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. 5
"Father in Heaven who lovest all,
oh help they children when they call,
That they may build from age to age
An undefiled heritage.

(a) Mention the rhyme scheme of the extract? 1


(b) Whom does the children want to call for help and why? 2
(c) Name the poem and the poet. 2

OR

'For modes of faith let graceless zealots fight;


His can't be wrong whose life is in the right?

(a) Explain - modes of faith. 1


(b) Define 'zealots'? 1
(c) According to the poet 'whose life is in the right'? 1
(d) Pick out the rhyming words from the couplet. 1
(e) Name the poet. 1

14. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. 5
"Oh, I know they don't like me. They have to work
hard, and they don't like that.

(a) Who is 'I' and 'They' in the above lines? 1


(b) Why don't 'They' like him? 2
(c) Why did he make this statement? 2

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15. Answer the following questions in about 30-40 words. 18+2=20
(a) The poem delivers message for the people of every country and
every age. Explain (The children's Song)
(b) What do you know about the Hermit?
(c) What did the doctor advise Granny ? How did she feel about it?
(d) Who was held responsible for Margie's poor performance? Why?
Who was called to rectify the problem?
(e) Inspite of being a Jeweller Mr. Regnier did not wish to sell certain
jewels. Why? What did he do to retain them?
(f) Where are the bangle sellers going? Why? Who will buy the bangles
from them?
(g) What would you do with the rewards you receive but do not
deserve? (The Undeserved Reward)

16. Imagine yourself to be Mr. Regnier . Write a letter to your friend
appreciating William Morris' extra ordinary sense of observation. (80-90
words) [The case of the Sharp - eyed Jeweller] 5

or

Imagine you are the narrator. Write a diary entry expressing your feelings
after Baldev visits you with a request of getting his son acquitted. (80-90
words) [The undeserved Reward]

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english - course 'a'
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
Section : A (Reading)

1. 1.1. (a) high above the city, on a tall column. 1


(b) I hope the town has made preparation 1
(c) a large drop of water that fell on him. Not a cloud
in the sky, it was raining. 2
(d) The statue could not keep the rain off 1
(e) He saw tears running down the golden cheeks of
the Prince. 1
(f) he had never experienced sorrow or tears 1
(g) The ugliness and all the misery of his city. 1

1.2. (a) glowed ½


(b) alighted ½

1.3 (a) drenched ½


(b) sorrow ½ 10

2. (a) adults / grown ups 1


(b) child 1
(c) lie 1
(d) arms / weapons 1
(e) destroy 1 5

3. (a) (i) Theory of light and colour


(ii) The three laws of motion

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
(iii) The law of gravitation (Any two) 2
(b) he was fully devoted to his work / avoided company. 1
(c) worried, started searching / organised a search party. 1
(d) invited friends, suddenly came up with an idea
forgetting everything headed to study room. 1 5

Section : B (Writing)

4. message
Format includes
(i) Date
(ii) Time
(iii) Salutation Format - 2

Content - 2
(iv) Content
(v) Signature
Message in a box. 4

OR

Bio-Sketch
(i) Heading
Format - 1
(ii) Bio sketch of Kalpana Chawla should be written in
Content -3
simple, correct sentences from the given hints.

5. Article
(a) Title / Heading
(b) By line
(c) Introduction
Body
Value points
• beauty / nature is an artistic creation of God.
• inspiration for artists, painters, engineers, sculptors

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

• music, colour, flowers / rainbow enhances aesthetic


Format - 1
sense.
+
• essential both for the basic and finer things of life. Content - 4

Accuracy - 1
• can imbibe values like - teamwork and perseverance.
Fluency - 2
• influence of sun, water, wind, ants and so on. 8

OR

• not weakness
• need for peace
• co-exist peacefully
• Tolerance carries on when love gives out.
• can't move away from home, family and friends.
• Desirable and spiritual exercise
• love people as they are.
• accept diversities

6. Formal Letter
Format
Sender's address
Date
Designation
Receivers Address Format - 1

+
Subject
Content - 4
Salutation Accuracy - 1

Fluency - 2
Introduction
• Material prosperity and scientific advancement have
been responsible for sound air and water pollution.
• Factories in residential areas pollute air and water.
• Industries on outskirts of cities makes agricultural

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

land infertile.
• Ozone layer is depleting
• Global warming / deforestation
• Solutions - Afforestation
• Use of public transport, car pools. 8

Section : C (Grammar)

7. (a) we respect 1
(b) just as we need 1
(c) kill time 1
(d) shortening our own. 1 4

8. Before Missing After


(a) about for food ½
(b) quench his thirst ½
(c) nook and cranny ½
(d) drop of water ½
(e) did not get ½
(f) to a vineyard ½
(g) bunches of grapes ½
(h) on the vine ½ 4

9. (1) The stories of the Panchtantra have been the most


popular among children. 1
(2) The Panchtantra is considered to be the best collection
of stories. 1
(3) Story telling is a good way of imparting moral education 1
(4) These stories orginated in India thousands of years ago. 1 4

10. (1) as soon as / before / after / when 1

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

(2) after / before 1


(3) Unless / Till 1
(4) still / yet 1 4

11. (1) is placed 1


(2) are added 1
(3) is poured 1
(4) is served 1 4

12. (i) (a) live 1


(b) run 1
(ii) (a) why do you need two dustbins? ½+½
(b) for 1
(c) makes 1

13. (a) aa bb 1
(b) • Father in Heaven (God)
• to build an undefiled heritage 2
(c) • The children's Song
• Joseph Rudyard Kipling 2 5

Or

(a) Modes of faith means different religious faiths / paths. 1


(b) Zealots are religious fanatics and fundamentalists 1
(c) who lives his life in the right manner 1
(d) fight - right 1
(e) Alexander Pope 1

14. (a) 'I' is Mr. Hill ½


'They' are bank employees ½

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

(b) • they had to work hard ½


• he did not treat his employees well ½
(c) • Winter and Briggs came to tell him that they
wanted him to resign from his post. ½
• he was not a good Bank Manager ½ 3

15. (a) • patriotic in nature 1


• conveys message of true love for the country 1
• country is sure to be great if the youth pledge 3
themselves to the service of the country with their
head, heart and soul. 1 3
(b) • he was a wise man
1
• he lived in the woods
1
• he only met common folks
1 3
(c) • a quiet week in bed
1
• a brief season in hell
1
• she was desperate to climb up trees
1 3
(d) • mechanical teacher was held responsible
1
• the geography sector was geared a little too quick
1
• county Inspector
1 3
(e) • very dear to him and loved them as his own

children
1
• did not want to part with them
1
• he had set a very high price on it
1 3
(f) • temple fair
1
• to sell bangles
1
• to happy daughters and happy wives
1 3

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

(g) • gather courage and return 1


• does not disclose and retains them 1 2

16. Sender's Address


Date
Salutation
William Morris helped saving the precious ruby and
diamond ring.
– had extra ordinary observation
– saw woman standing infront of undertaker's shop for a
long time.
– she walked in when the ring disappeared
– she was not a left hander
– American stopped chewing gum
– connected all the incidents in a sequence
– solved the case
– thanks to William Morris for his keenness for saving
from the loss.
Subscription. 5

or

Day
Date
Time
Today Baldev a childhood friend visited me
– requested for help
– Daroga Sahib had implicated him in a false case of
dacoity.

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

– to talk to the district officer regarding his son's rescue


– Baldev spoke about the miserable conditions of his
wife and daughter-in-law
– could not think of a valid reason
– mentioned that the district officer did not interfere in
the work of his subordinates
– could not gather the courage to tell him the truth
– felt helpless, miserable and burdened.

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question-wise analysis (term - II)
Estimated
S.No. of Learning Specific Form of Marks
Content unit difficulty
questions objectives objectives question allotted
level*

Section - A (Reading)
1. Reading Reading Unseen Passage VSA 10 C
2. " & under- " VSA 05 B&C
3. " standing " VSA 05 C
Section - B (Writing)
4. Writing Writing Biosketch / Message SA II 04 B
5. " & Expre- Article LA 08 B&A
6. " ssion Letter LA 08 B&A
Section - C (Grammar)
7. Grammar Grammar Guided Composition VSA 04 B
8. " & Omission VSA 04 B
9. " Appli- Jumbled Words VSA 04 B
10. " cation Linkers VSA 04 B
11. " Passive Voice VSA 04 B
12. " Integrated Exercise VSA 05 B
Section - D (Literature)
13. Literature Know- Poem (RTC) VSA 05 C
14. " ledge Play (RTC) VSA 05 C
15. " & Expre- Fiction / Poerty, Value Based SA - I 20 B
16. " ssion Fiction LA 05 A

VSA (Very Short Answer Type) : 11 Difficult - A


SA - I (Short Answer Type) : 01 (7 Parts) Average - B
SA - II (Short Answer Type) : 01 Easy - C
LA - (Long Answer) : 03
Total Number of Questions : 16

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fganh
çFke l=k
le; % 3 ?kaVs çk:i dqy vad % 100

I- ç'uksa dk oxhZÑr egÙo %


ç'uksa osQ izdkj nh?kZmÙkjkRed y?kwÙkjkRed I y?kwÙkjkRed II vfry?kwÙkjkRed dqy
ç'uksa dh la[;k 04 02 01 12 19
vad 20 20 18 42 100

II- bdkbZ dk egÙo %


Øe la- [kaM dk uke vad
[kaM (d)
1- vifBr xn~;ka'k 10
2- vifBr in~;ka'k 05
[kaM ([k)
3- O;kogkfjd O;kdj.k 25
[kaM (x)
4- ifBr xn~;ka'k ij vkèkkfjr ç'u 05
5- ifBr in~;ka'k ij vkèkkfjr ç'u 05
6- y?kwÙkjkRed ç'u&I (25&30 'kCn) 12
7- y?kwÙkjkRed ç'u&II (50&60 'kCn) 18
8- fucaèkkRed ç'u (oSdfYid) 05
[kaM (?k)
9- jpukRed ys[ku 15
(vuqPNsn] i=k] lwpuk)
dqy 100

III- oSdfYid uhfr


IV- [kaM uhfr %
V- dkfBU; Lrj oxhZdj.k%
1 dfBu ç'u % 29 » 2- vkSlr iz'u % 50»
3- ljy ç'u % 21»
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VI- fofHkUu çdkj osQ iz'uksa osQ mRrj gsrq vuqekfur foLrkj rFkk le; lhek fuèkkZj.k %

vuqekfur le; lhek


ç'uksa osQ çdkj vuqekfur mÙkj foLrkj
fu/kZj.k
1- nh?kZ mÙkjkRed 80&100 'kCn 30 feuV
2- y?kwÙkjkRed mÙkj 25&60 'kCn 02 ?kaVk
3- vfry?kwÙkjkRed mÙkj ,d okD; ls ,d 'kCn 30 feuV

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fganh
çFke l=k
fuèkkZfjr le; % 3 ?kaVs   vfèkdre vad % 100

lkekU; funsZ'k %&


1- bl ç'ui=k esa pkj [kaM gSa & ^d*] ^[k*] ^x* vkSj ^?k* A
2- lHkh [kaM vfuok;Z gSaA
3- iz'uksa osQ lHkh miHkkxksa osQ mÙkj Øe'k% ,d lkFk fyf[k,A
4- mÙkj&iqfLrdk esa mÙkj osQ lkFk ogh Øe la[;k fyf[k, tks iz'ui=k esa nh xbZ gSA

[kaM & d

1- fuEufyf[kr xn~;ka'k dks i<+dj uhps fn, x, ç'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &

Lokèkhurk euq"; dk tUefl¼ vfèkdkj gSA euq"; dks rks D;k] l`f"V osQ NksVs&cM+s lHkh
izkf.k;ksa dks ;g vfèkdkj leku :i ls izkIr gSA ftl fdlh Hkh izR;{k&vizR;{k dkj.k
ls bldh vizkfIr gh ijkèkhurk dgykrh gSA ijkèkhurk esa izk.kh dh izo`fÙk;k¡ dqafBr gksdj
jg tkrh gSA dbZ ckj rks ijkèkhurk dk Hkko O;fDr dh] vU; izkf.k;ksa dh lkspus&le>us
rd dh 'kfDr;ksa dk vigj.k dj ysrk gSA blh dkj.k lc izdkj osQ LoxZ&lq[k feyus
ij Hkh dksbZ izk.kh ijkèkhu cudj jguk ugha pkgrkA lksus osQ fiatjs esa can rksrk Hkh dHkh
lq[kh ugha jgrk gSA blh Hkkouk ls vuqizkf.kr gksdj og vius ia[k vkSj flj ckj&ckj
fiatjs dh lyk[kksa ls Vdjkrk gS] rkfd mUgsa rksM+dj nwj xxu esa] [kqys vkleku esa mM+
tk, ;k l?ku Mkfy;ksa ij cSBdj mueqDr eèkqj Lojksa esa xhr xk,A tc ,d vKkuh
i{kh esa Lokèkhurk dh bruh rM+i fn[kkbZ nsrh gS] rks fiQj cqn~fèkeku] ltho vkSj l'kDr
euq"; dk rks dguk gh D;k! ijkèkhu O;fDr dk viuk fdlh izdkj dk O;fDrRo ugha
gksrkA
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(d) ^Lokèkhurk* dks euq"; dk tUefln~èk vfèkdkj D;ksa dgk gS\ 2
([k) lksus osQ fiatjs esa Hkh rksrk lq[kh D;ksa ugha jgrk\ 2
(x) xqykeh gekjs thou dks fdl izdkj izHkkfor djrh gS\ 2
(?k) xn~;ka'k dk ewy lans'k vius 'kCnksa esa fyf[k,A 2
(Ä) ^ijkèkhurk* 'kCn esa ls milxZ ,oa izR;; Nk¡Vdj fyf[k,A 1
(p) mi;qZDr xn~;ka'k dk 'kh"kZd fyf[k,A 1

2- fuEufyf[kr dkO;ka'k dks i<+dj fn, x, ç'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &
tks thfor tks'k txk u ldk]
ml thou esa dqN lkj ughaA
tks py u ldk lalkj lax]
mldk gksrk lalkj ughaAA
ftlus lkgl dks NksM+ fn;k]
og igq¡p losQxk ikj ughaA
ftlls u tkfr mn~èkkj gqvk
gksxk mldk mn~èkkj ughaAA
tks Hkjk ugha gS Hkkoksa ls]
cgrh ftlesa jlèkkj ughaA
og ân; ugha gS iRFkj gS]
ftlesa Lons'k dk I;kj ughaAA
(d) thou esa lkgl D;ksa vko';d gS\ 1
([k) lalkj dSls O;fDr;ksa dk lkFk nsrk gS\ 1
(x) ân; iRFkj dc cu tkrk gS\ 1
(?k) dkO;ka'k dk osaQæh; Hkko D;k gS\ 1
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(Ä) dSlk O;fDr thou esa liQy gksrk gS\ 1

[kaM & [k

3- (d) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa esa ls vuqLokj rFkk vuqukfld dk fpg~u mfpr LFkku ij yxkb, & 1
(i) vkxu (ii) dèkk
([k) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa esa mfpr LFkku ij uqDrk yxkb, & 1
(i) iQdZ (ii) tqYe
(x) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa esa ^j* osQ mfpr :i dk ç;ksx dhft, & 1
(i) vk'khokn (ii) de

4- (d) ^nqHkkZX;* 'kCn eas ls milxZ ,oa ewy 'kCn vyx djosQ fyf[k,A 1
([k) ^Ro* izR;; yxkdj ,d 'kCn cukb,A 1

5- (d) fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks 'kCnksa dk lafèk foPNsn dhft, & 2
(i) nsos'k (ii) vUukHkko (iii) egksRlo
([k) fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha ,d dh lafèk dhft, & 1
(i) vuq$,"k.kk (ii) ije$vkstLoh

6- (d) ^fon~oku* rFkk ^uez* 'kCn ls Hkkookpd laKk cukb,A 2


([k) ^bfrgkl* vFkok ^ued* 'kCn dk fo'ks"k.k cukb,A 1

7- (d) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa esa ls fdlh ,d 'kCn osQ nks i;kZ;okph fyf[k, & 1
(i) migkj (ii) T+kehu
([k) ^vk;kr* 'kCn dk foykse 'kCn fyf[k,A 1
(x) fuEufyf[kr okD;ka'k osQ fy, ,d 'kCn fyf[k, & 1
vuqdj.k djus ;ksX;&

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8- (d) ^ftg~ok* vFkok ^{ks=k* dk rn~Hko :i fyf[k,A 1
([k) ^vk¡lw* vFkok ^dk¡Vk* 'kCn dk rRle :i fyf[k,A 1

9- (d) fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa dks 'kqn~èk djosQ fyf[k, & 2


(i) ,d xhrksa dh iqLrd yk nhft,A
(ii) vusdksa L=kh iq#"k ogk¡ vk, FksA
([k) fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa esa mfpr fojke fpg~u yxkb, & 2
(i) vkt eSaus izsepan dh cM+s HkkbZ lkgc dgkuh i<+h
(ii) cPpksa D;k dj jgs gks

10- fuEufyf[kr eqgkojksa esa ls fdlh ,d eqgkojs dk vFkZ fy[kdj okD; cukb, & 2
(i) T+kehu ij ik¡o u iM+uk
(ii) dku Hkjuk

11- fuEufyf[kr dkO; iafDr;ksa esa iz;qDr vyadkj dks Nk¡Vdj Li"V dhft, & 1$2¾3
nsf[k lqnkek dh nhu nlk]
d#.kk dfj dS d#.kkfufèk jks,A

[kaM & x

12- fuEufyf[kr xn~;ka'k dks i<+dj fn, x, iz'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &
ckrphr esa vèkjksa ij NkbZ fu'Ny LokHkkfod eèkqj eqldku fdl dks vkÑ"V ugha
djrh\ ckrphr esa eqldjkgV ;fn ,d vksj izlUurk] ln~Hkkouk vkSj eS=kh c<+krh gS rks
nwljh vksj ijs'kku] mn~foXu vkSj mnkl yksxksa osQ fy, jkgr vkSj HkXuk'k tuksa osQ fy,
çsj.kkL=kksr fln~èk gksrh gSA iq"i dh xaèk dh rjg eqldjkgV lcdks lqokflr dj nsrh
gSA ljy ân; ls gh LokHkkfod eqldjkgV izLiQqfVr gksrh gS tks euq"; osQ ân; dh

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fueZyrk vkSj izse dk izrhd gksrh gSA diV] LokFkZ] xq:rk vkSj ghurk dh Hkkouk ls
xzLr dqfVyrkiw.kZ eqldjkgV cukoVh gksrh gS tks ckrphr dh jkspdrk dks lekIr dj
nsrh gSA eqldjkgV dk v{k; dks"k yqVkus okys xjhc ugha gksrsA muosQ rks nksuksa gkFkksa esa
yM~Mw gksrs gSa & tkrk dqN ugha] feyrk cgqr dqN gSA
(d) eqldjkgV cukoVh dc cu tkrh gS\ 1
([k) iq"i dh D;k fo'ks"krk gS\ 1
(x) ckrphr dks jkspd dSls cuk ldrs gSa\ 1
(?k) ^tkrk dqN ugha feyrk cgqr dqN gSA* iafDr fdu yksxksa osQ fy, dgh xbZ gS\ 1
(Ä) ^HkXuk'k* 'kCn ls ys[kd dk D;k rkRi;Z gS\ 1

13- fuEufyf[kr in~;ka'k dks i<+ dj uhps fn, x, iz'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &
gksrh lhekghu f{kfrt ls
bu ia[kksa dh gksM+k&gksM+h]
;k rks f{kfrt feyu cu tkrk
;k rurh lk¡lksa dh MksjhA
uhM+ u nks] pkgs Vguh dk
vkJ; fNUu&fHkUu dj Mkyks]
ysfdu ia[k fn, gSa] rks
vkdqy mM+ku esa fo?u u MkyksA
(d) dkO;ka'k esa f{kfrt dks lhekghu D;ksa dgk x;k gS\ 1
([k) i{kh dh D;k bPNk gS\ 1
(x) uhM+ ls D;k rkRi;Z gS\ 1
(?k) ^;k rurh lk¡lksa dh Mksjh* & iafDr ls dfo dk D;k vk'k; gS\ 1
(Ä) dkO;ka'k dk ewy lans'k vius 'kCnksa esa fyf[k,A 1
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14- fuEufyf[kr ç'uksa esa ls fdUgha N% ç'uksa osQ laf{kIr mÙkj (25&30 'kCnksa esa) fyf[k, & 2×6¾12
(d) ^vly èku* dgkuh esa nkjk us vius iqjkus dksV dks vly èku D;ksa dgk gS\
([k) ^vPNs iM+kslh osQ xq.k* ikB osQ vkèkkj ij crkb, fd ys[kd vkSj muosQ iM+kslh
osQ lacaèk dSls Fks\ dksbZ ,d mnkgj.k nsdj Li"V dhft,A
(x) xzh"e ½rq xzkeh.kksa dh dfBukbZ dks vkSj c<+k nsrh gS iafDr dks ^nksigjh* dfork
osQ vkèkkj ij Li"V dhft,A
(?k) dkxt osQ viO;; dks jksdus osQ fy, xk¡èkh th D;k djrs Fks\
(Ä) Hkksykjke osQ iai dk ets ls pyuk D;k n'kkZrk gS\
(p) nkjk osQ fdu xq.kksa us mls ckn'kkg dk fç; cuk fn;k\
(N) ^ge iaNh mUeqDr xxu osQ* dfork osQ vkèkkj ij crkb, fd caèku esa jgdj i{kh
D;k Hkwyrs tk jgs gSa\

15- fuEufyf[kr ç'uksa esa ls fdUgha N% ç'uksa osQ foLr`r mÙkj (50&60 'kCnksa esa) fyf[k, & 3×6¾18
(d) Hkksykjke dks iai yxkus osQ fy, vusd foHkkxksa osQ pDdj D;ksa yxkus iM+s\
([k) Lokfr u{k=k dh cw¡n fdu vyx&vyx LFkkuksa ij fxjdj D;k&D;k :i èkkj.k
djrh gS vkSj D;ksa\
(x) ^xk¡èkh th osQoy mins'kd gh ugha] deZ;ksxh Fks* dSls\
(?k) Jhjke jktw us vaxzstksa osQ lkeus vkReleiZ.k D;ksa fd;k\
(Ä) lq[kn laokn osQ 'k=kq fdUgsa dgk x;k gS vkSj mUgsa fdl izdkj ijkftr fd;k tk
ldrk gS\
(p) ^nksigjh* dfork esa fdl oxZ ij O;aX; gS vkSj D;ksa\
(N) ^vPNs iM+kslh osQ xq.k* ikB osQ vkèkkj ij crkb, fd iM+ksfl;ksa esa vDlj fdu
ckrksa dks ysdj cgl gksrh Fkh\

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16- Jhjke jktw esa vn~Hkqr usr`Ro {kerk Fkh & ^vU;k; osQ f[kykiQ yM+kbZ* ikB osQ vkèkkj
ij Li"V dhft,A 5

vFkok

thou ewY; gh thou dks Js"B cukrs gSa & dchj ,oa jghe osQ nksgksa osQ vkèkkj ij
Li"V dhft,A

[kaM & ?k

17- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh ,d fo"k; ij (80&100 'kCnksa esa) vuqPNsn fyf[k, & 5
(i) ijkèkhu liusgq¡ lq[k ukgha
(ii) esjs thou dk y{;
(iii) fe=krk

18- vki 'khrkodk'k esa fdlh igkM+h LFky ij ?kweus x,] ogk¡ gqbZ Hkkjh ciZQckjh dk vkius
vkuan mBk;kA mu vkuafnr {k.kksa osQ fo"k; esa crkrs gq, vius fe=k dks i=k fyf[k,A 5

19- vki fon~;ky; osQ fon~;kFkhZ ifj"kn~ osQ lkaLÑfrd lfpo gSaA vaÙkj lnuh; jaxksyh
izfr;ksfxrk osQ vk;kstu osQ fo"k; esa crkrs gq, lwpuk fyf[k,A 5

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fganh
izFke l=k
  vad foHkktu rFkk mÙkj laosQr vfèkdre vad % 100
funsZ'k % ;fn ,slk dksbZ lgh mÙkj tks ijh{kkFkhZ us fy[kk gks] ijUrq fuEufyf[kr mÙkj laosQr esa lfEefyr
u gks rks mlosQ Hkh ;FkklaHko vad fn, tk,¡A
Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
[kaM & d

1- (d) • tUe ls mUeqDr orkoj.k esa thus dh pkgrA


• LosPNkuqlkj dk;Z djus dh pkgrA 1$1¾2
([k) • vkleku esa mM+us dh bPNk osQ dkj.kA
• vius laxh&lkfFk;ksa osQ lkFk thus dh yyd osQ dkj.kA 1$1¾2
(x) • lkspus&le>us dh 'kfDr ckfèkrA
• ghu Hkkouk ls xzflrA 1$1¾2
(?k) thou osQ lok±xh.k fodkl gsrq Lora=krk vko';dA 2
• vU; dksbZ mi;qZDr lans'k Hkh Lohdk;Z ½
(Ä) • milxZ & ij
izR;; & rk ½$½¾1
(p) • Lora=krk dk egRo
• ijkèkhu liusgq¡ lq[k ukgha 1 10
(dksbZ vU; mi;qDr 'kh"kZd Hkh Lohdk;Z)

2- (d) foijhr ifjfLFkfr;ksa dks vuqdwy cukus osQ fy,A 1


([k) tks mldh ijEijkvksa osQ vuqlkj pysA 1
(x) tc eu Hkkoukvksa ls fjDr gksA 1
(?k) Lons'k&izse (dksbZ vU; mi;qDr mÙkj Hkh Lohdk;Z gS) 1
(Ä) tks ekuo tkfr osQ mn~èkkj gsrq lksps vkSj dk;Z djsA 1 5

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
[kaM & [k

3- (d) (i) vk¡xu


(ii) oaQèkk ½$½¾1
([k) (i) I+kQoZQ
(ii) T+kqYe 1$1¾1
(x) (i) vk'khokZn
(ii) deZ @ Øe 1$1¾1 3

4- (d) milxZ & nqj~


ewy 'kCn & HkkX; ½$½¾1
([k) xq#Ro] egÙo vkfn (dksbZ ,d mi;qDr 'kCn Lohdk;Z) 1 2

5- (d) (i) nso$bZ'k


(ii) vUu$vHkko
(iii) egk$mRlo 1$1¾2
([k) (i) vUos"k.kk
(ii) ijekStLoh 1 3

6- (d) fon~ork rFkk uezrk 1$1¾2


([k) ,sfrgkfld vFkok uedhu 1 3

7- (d) (i) HksaV] rksgI+kQk


(ii) èkjrh] èkjk 1
([k) fu;kZr 1
(x) vuqdj.kh; 1 3

8- (d) thHk vFkok [ksr 1

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
([k) vJq vFkok oaQVd 1 2

9- (d) (i) xhrksa dh ,d iqLrd yk nhft,A


(ii) vusd L=kh iq#"k ogk¡ vk, FksA 1$1¾2
([k) (i) vkt eSaus izsepan dh ^cM+s HkkbZ lkgc* dgkuh i<+hA ½$½¾1
(ii) cPpksa! D;k dj jgs gks\ ½$½¾1 4

10- (i) cgqr izlUu gksuk


(ii) pqxyh djuk 1$1¾2
(fon~;kfFkZ;ksa n~okjk mi;qDr okD; iz;ksx Lohdk;Z) 2

11- vuqizkl vyadkj 1$2¾3


(^d* o.kZ dh vko`fÙk osQ dkj.k vuqçkl vyadkj gSA) 3

12- (d) diV] LokFkZ] xq#rk vkSj ghurk dh Hkkouk ls xzLr gksus ijA 1
([k) vius lqxaèk ls okrkoj.k dks lqxafèkr djukA 1
(x) LokHkkfod eèkqj eqLdku lsA 1
(?k) tks izR;sd ifjfLFkfr esa eqldjkrs jgrs gSaA 1
(Ä) ftldh vk'kk VwV xbZ gksA 1 5

13- (d) f{kfrt dkYifud js[kk gS] mldh lhek dk var ughaA 1
([k) lq[k&lqfoèkkvksa dh vis{kk Lora=k mM+ku Hkjus dh bPNkA 1
(x) ?kksalyk 1
(?k) Lora=krk dks izkIr djus osQ fy, e`R;q dk oj.k djus osQ fy, rS;kj
jgukA 1
(Ä) Lora=krk dh pkgA 1 5

14- (d) • og viuh okLrfodrk dks u Hkwy tk,A

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
• mlesa dHkh ?keaM iSnk u gksA 1$1¾2
([k) • cukoVh lkSgknZ iw.kZ lacaèk
• tSls dks rSlk 1$1¾2
(bl lacaèk esa dksbZ ,d mnkgj.k nsdj Li"Vhdj.k)
(x) • lhfer lkèku
• vkfFkZd etcwjh 1$1¾2
(?k) • fpV~fB;ksa osQ fyiQkiQs] fpV~fB;ksa osQ ,d rjiQ osQ [kkyh dkxT+k
dkVuk] rkj osQ dkxT+k dkV dj j[kukA 2
(Ä) • O;oLFkk esa O;kIr Hkz"VkpkjA
• vke vkneh dk O;oLFKk ls Hkjkslk mBukA 1$1¾2
(p) • lR;] fu"Bk] izse] leiZ.k] laosnu'khyrk] drZO;cksèk vkfnA 2
(Ä) • viuh LokHkkfod xfr
• LoPNan mM+ku 1$1¾2 12

15- (d) • Hkksykjke dk ljdkjh fu;eksa ij Hkjkslk gksus osQ dkj.kA


• fu;ekuqlkj dk;Z djus osQ fy, ÑrladYi gksus osQ dkj.k
• ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa n~okjk fj'or fn, fcuk dk;Z u djus dh
uh;r osQ dkj.kA 3
([k) • lhi esa eksrh
• osQys osQ iRrs ij diwj
• lk¡i osQ eq¡g esa fxjdj fo"k dk :i
• D;ksafd laxfr osQ izHkko osQ dkj.k 3
(x) • dFkuh vkSj djuh esa varj ugha
• vkn'kZ dk O;ogkj esa iz;ksx
(ikB esa ls dksbZ ,d mnkgj.k nsdj Li"Vhdj.k) 3

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
(?k) • vaxzstksa osQ vU;k; vkSj vR;kpkj ls dks;k vkfnokfl;ksa dks cpkus
osQ fy,A
• yacs la?k"kZ dks lekIr djus osQ fy,
• uSfrd ftEesnkjh dk fuoZgu 3
(Ä) • Luk;fod Fkdku] {kksHk] eyky] rqud fetkth] fpM+fpM+kiuA
• fouksnfç;rk dk ejge yxkdjA 3
(p) • iwathifr oxZ ij O;aX;A
• èkuh&fuèkZu dh rqyukA
• nksuksa oxks± ij xzh"e ½rq dk vyx&vyx izHkkoA 3
(dksbZ ,d ,d mnkgj.k nsdj Li"Vhdj.k)
(N) • cf<+;k oLrq ysdj ?kfV;k oLrq ykSVkus ijA
• lkM+h] 'kkWy osQ vknku&iznku ijA
• osQcy dk rkj dkVus ijA 3
(ikB esa ls fdUgha rhu mi;qDr ckrksa dk mYys[k) 18

16- • vaxzsth 'kklu osQ fo#n~èk vkokt mBkus osQ fy, vkfnokfl;ksa dks
izsfjr djukA
• xk¡èkh th osQ fopkjksa ls yksxksa esa jk"Vªh; Hkkouk dks mRiUu djukA
• vius yksxksa osQ fgr dks loksZifj j[kdj vaxzstksa osQ vkxs vkReleiZ.k
djukA
• lkgl
• fgEer
• ekxZn'kZu
• loZLo U;ksNkoj dh Hkkouk 5

vFkok

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
• tkfr ls vfèkd Kku egRRoiw.kZ
• fdlh dks NksVk le>dj mldh fuank ;k vieku u djukA
• ehBs opu cksyukA
• lr~laxfr esa jgukA
• lTtu O;fDr;ksa osQ egRRo dks le>ukA
(vU; dksbZ mi;qDr mRrj Lohdk;Z gS)

[kaM & ?k

17- vuqPNsn ys[ku


• fo"k; oLrq 2
• vfHkO;fDr 2
• Hkk"kk;h 'kqn~èkrk 1 5

18- i=k ys[ku


• çk:i lacaèkh vkSipkfjdrk,¡ 2
• fo"k; oLrq 2
• Hkk"kk;h 'kqn~èkrk 1 5

19- lwpuk ys[ku


• fo"k; oLrq 2
• vfHkO;fDr 2
• Hkk"kk;h 'kqn~èkrk 1 5

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fganh
f}rh; l=k
le; % 3 ?kaVs çk:i dqy vad % 100

I- ç'uksa dk oxhZÑr egÙo %


ç'uksa osQ izdkj nh?kZmÙkjkRed y?kwÙkjkRed I y?kwÙkjkRed II vfry?kwÙkjkRed dqy
ç'uksa dh la[;k 04 03 01 10 18
vad 20 21 18 41 100

II- bdkbZ dk egÙo %


Øe la- [kaM dk uke vad
[kaM (d)
1- vifBr xn~;ka'k 10
2- vifBr in~;ka'k 05
[kaM ([k)
3- O;kogkfjd O;kdj.k 25
[kaM (x)
4- ifBr xn~;ka'k ij vkèkkfjr ç'u 05
5- ifBr in~;ka'k ij vkèkkfjr ç'u 05
6- y?kwÙkjkRed ç'u&I (25&30 'kCn) 12
7- y?kwÙkjkRed ç'u&II (50&60 'kCn) 18
8- fucaèkkRed ç'u (oSdfYid) 05
[kaM (?k)
9- jpukRed ys[ku 15
(vuqPNsn] i=k] Mk;jh)
dqy 100

III- oSdfYid uhfr


IV- [kaM uhfr %
V- dkfBU; Lrj oxhZdj.k%
1 dfBu ç'u % 29 » 2- vkSlr iz'u % 50»
3- ljy ç'u % 21»
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VI- fofHkUu çdkj osQ iz'uksa osQ mRrj gsrq vuqekfur foLrkj rFkk le; lhek fuèkkZj.k %

vuqekfur le; lhek


ç'uksa osQ çdkj vuqekfur mÙkj foLrkj
fu/kZj.k
1- nh?kZ mÙkjkRed 80&100 'kCn 30 feuV
2- y?kwÙkjkRed mÙkj 25&60 'kCn 02 ?kaVk
3- vfry?kwÙkjkRed mÙkj ,d okD; ls ,d 'kCn 30 feuV

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fganh
f}rh; l=k
fuèkkZfjr le; % 3 ?kaVs   vfèkdre vad % 100

lkekU; funsZ'k %&


1- bl ç'ui=k esa pkj [kaM gSa & ^d*] ^[k*] ^x* vkSj ^?k* A
2- lHkh [kaM vfuok;Z gSaA
3- iz'uksa osQ lHkh miHkkxksa osQ mÙkj Øe'k% ,d lkFk fyf[k,A
4- mÙkj&iqfLrdk esa mÙkj osQ lkFk ogh Øe la[;k fyf[k, tks iz'ui=k esa nh xbZ gSA

[kaM & d

1- fuEufyf[kr xn~;ka'k dks i<+dj fn, x, ç'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &

ukSdk fot;&xoZ ls unh dh ygjksa ij nkSM+rh pyh tkrh gS vkSj ikuh mldk
^t;dkj* djrk gqvk mls vius gkFkksa ij mBk, jgrk gS] fdarq tc og Mwcrh gS rks
vius gh NksVs ls Nsn osQ dkj.k tks èkhjs&èkhjs dc gks x;k] og Hkh viuh ykijokgh
ls ugha tku ikrh vkSj rRi'pkr Nsn gks tkus ij ogh ikuh mls Hkhrj [khapdj Mqck
nsrk gSA O;fDr Hkh tc Mwcrk gS rks ukSdk dh rjg ghA ml Nsn osQ dkj.k] ftls mlus
ekewyh&lh ckr le>dj Vky fn;k FkkA gj foifÙk ge ij rHkh gkoh gksrh gS] tc ge
FkksM+s ls <hys iM+ tkrs gSa] deT+kksj iM+ tkrs gSaA ;fn ge izfrfnu ltx gksdj bl ckr
ij n`f"V nkSM+krs jgsa fd gekjs iz;Ruksa vkSj mn~;ksxksa esa dgha dksbZ deh rks ugha jg xbZ]
dgha dksbZ Nsn rks ugha jg x;k] rks gesa dksbZ ijkftr ugha dj ldrkA vius vrhr dks
dk;j vkSj vliQy yksx gh ;kn djosQ iNrkrs jgrs gSaA tgk¡ ge dy [kM+s Fks] ogha
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[kM+s jguk vijkèk gSA vliQyrk dk 'kksd eukuk iki gSA tks dqN vkSj ftl :i esa
geus dksbZ dke vrhr esa fd;k Fkk] mlls dgha csgrj djus dk ladYi gksuk pkfg,
vkSj bl csgrj dk;Z osQ fy, iz;Ru djuk gekjk èkeZ gksuk pkfg,A
(d) ukSdk dk mnkgj.k nsdj D;k lans'k fn;k x;k gS\ 2
([k) dksbZ Hkh foifÙk ge ij gkoh D;ksa gksrh gS\ 2
(x) viuh dfe;ksa dks nwj djus dk D;k mik; gS\ 2
(?k) ^Nsn* fdldk çrhd gS\ 1
(Ä) ^iz;Ru* 'kCn ls milxZ ,oa ewy 'kCn vyx djosQ fyf[k,A 1
(p) ^Hkwrdky* 'kCn dk i;kZ;okph xn~;ka'k esa ls Nk¡Vdj fyf[k,A 1
(N) mi;qZDr xn~;ka'k dk mfpr 'kh"kZd fyf[k,A 1

2- fuEufyf[kr in~;ka'k dks i<+dj fn, x, ç'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &
esjk ek>h eq>ls dgrk Fkk]
fcuk ckr rqe ugha fdlh ls VdjkukA
ij tks ckj&ckj ckèkk cu dj vk,
muosQ flj dks ogha dqpy dj c<+ tkukA
tkucw> dj esjs iFk esa vkrh gSa]
Hkolkxj dh pyrh&fiQjrh pV~VkusaA
eSa buls ftruk gh cpdj pyrk gw¡]
mruk gh feyrh gSa ;s xzhok rkusA
j[k viuh irokj] dqnkyh ysdj eSa]
rc eSa budk mUur Hkky >qdkrk gw¡A
jkg cukdj uko c<+k, tkrk gw¡AA
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thou dh uS;k dk prqj f[koS;k eSa]
Hkolkxj esa uko c<+k, tkrk gw¡A
(d) pV~Vkusa fdldh izrhd gSa\ 1
([k) jfo jkg esa vkus okyh ckèkkvksa dk lkeuk fdl izdkj djrk gS\ 1
(x) dfo us ek>h fdls dgk gS\ 1
(?k) dfo us Lo;a dks D;k ekuk gS\ 1
(Ä) dfo fdldk mUur Hkky >qdkuk pkgrk gS\ 1

[kaM & [k

3- (d) fuEufyf[kr leLr inksa dk foxzg djrs gq, lekl dk Hksn crkb, & 2
(i) ;Fkkle; (ii) f=kos.kh
([k) fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa esa js[kkafdr foxzg dk leLrin cukdj lekl dk Hksn
crkb, & 2
(i) yacs bykt osQ ckn og jksx ls eqDr gks x;kA
(ii) xaxk vkSj ;equk ufn;ksa dks LoPN cukus osQ fy, lHkh dks feydj dke djuk
gksxkA

4- fuEufyf[kr okD; esa ls fo'ks"k.k 'kCn Nk¡Vdj mldk Hksn fyf[k, & 1
eSa ehBs larjs ysdj vk;kA

5- fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa dks funsZ'kkuqlkj dhft, & 4


(i) esjh og lkbfdy [kks xbZ tks vki yk, FksA
(ljy okd; esa cnfy,A)
(ii) geus thou esa dbZ iM+ksl cnys gSaA
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(fu"ksèkkRed okD; esa cnfy,A)
(iii) gks ldrk gS dksbZ u vk,A
(vFkZ osQ vkèkkj ij okD;&Hksn crkb,A)
(iv) jksg.k us dgk fd vkt fganh dh ijh{kk gSA
(jpuk osQ vkèkkj ij okD;&Hksn crkb,A)

6- ^miek* vFkok ^mRizs{kk* vyadkj dh ifjHkk"kk mnkgj.k lfgr Li"V dhft,A 3

7- (d) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa dk lafèk&foPNsn dhft, & 2


(i) lathou (ii) fnXn'kZu
([k) lafèk dhft, & 1
fir` $ vkxeu

8- (d) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa osQ nks&nks i;kZ;okph fyf[k, & 2


(i) migkj (ii) lalkj
([k) fuEufyf[kr 'kCnksa dk foykse 'kCn fyf[k, & 2
(i) 'kk'or (ii) vxzt
(x) fuEufyf[kr okD;ka'kksa osQ fy, ,d 'kCn fyf[k, & 2
(i) tks lcosQ lkFk leku O;ogkj djs
(ii) de [kkus okyk

9- (d) fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa esa mfpr fojke&fpg~u yxkb, & 1


og ;ksX; lq'khy vkSj feyulkj gS
([k) fuEufyf[kr okD; esa ç;qDr fojke&fpg~uksa osQ uke fyf[k, & 1
rqylhÑr ^jkepfjrekul* voèkh Hkk"kk esa fy[kh xbZ gSA
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10- fuEufyf[kr eqgkojksa dk vFkZ fy[kdj okD; cukb, & 2
T+kehu ij ik¡o u iM+uk
vFkok
vius ik¡o ij dqYgkM+h ekjuk

[kaM & x

11- fuEufyf[kr xn~;ka'k dks i<+dj fn, x, iz'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &
gekjh ftKklk dks ns[krs gq, vè;kfidk us fnO;kax yksxksa osQ thou ls ,sls cgqr&ls
mnkgj.k fn, tks ns[k ugha ldrs] cksy ugha ldrs] lqu ugha ldrs] fiQj Hkh thou osQ
izfr muosQ mRlkg esa dksbZ deh ugha gSA os thou esa cgqr dqN djuk pkgrs gSaA mudk
n`<+ fo'okl gh og ije 'kfDr gS ftlls os vius Hkhrj izdk'k Hkj ysrs gSa vkSj vius
thou y{; esa liQyrk izkIr djus osQ fy, vkxs dne c<+krs gSaA yqbZ czsy] tks Lo;a
ns[k ugha ldrs Fks] mUgksaus lc fnO;p{kq yksxksa osQ fy, czsy fyfi dk fuekZ.k fd;kA
laxhrK chFkksou] tks Lo;a lqu ugha ldrs Fks] os lcls eèkqj laxhr jpuk djus osQ fy,
çfl¼ gSaA
(d) fon~;kfFkZ;ksa dh ftKklk dk D;k dkj.k Fkk\ 1
([k) ^fnO;kax* O;fDr ls D;k rkRi;Z gS\ 1
(x) thou esa liQyrk ikus osQ fy, gekjs Hkhrj dkSu&dkSu ls xq.k gksus pkfg,\ 1
(?k) yqbZ czsy vkSj chFkksou dk mnkgj.k D;ksa fn;k x;k gS\ 1
(Ä) xn~;ka'k dk ewy lans'k fyf[k,A 1

12- fuEufyf[kr in~;ka'k dks i<+ dj uhps fn, x, iz'uksa osQ mÙkj fyf[k, &
vapy jt vax >kfj] fofoèk Hkk¡fr lks nqykfjA

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ru eu èku okfj&okfj] dgr e`nq cpfu;k¡AA
foæqe ls v#.k vèkj] cksyr eq[k eèkqj eèkqjA
lqHkx ukfldk esa pk#] yVdr yVdfu;k¡AA
rqylhnkl vfr vkuan] ns[k osQ eq[kkjfoanA
j?kqoj Nfo osQ leku] j?kqoj Nfo cfu;k¡AA
(d) ^vapy jt vax >kfj] fofoèk Hkk¡fr lsk nqykfj* & iafDr dk Hkko Li"V dhft,A 1
([k) ek¡ cPps osQ fdl :i ij eksfgr gks tkrh gS\ 1
(x) gksBksa dh rqyuk fdlls dh xbZ gS\ 1
(?k) ^eq[kkjfoan* esa iz;qDr vyadkj dk uke fyf[k,A 1
(Ä) rqylhnkl vkuafnr D;ksa gks jgs gSa\ 1

13- fuEufyf[kr ç'uksa esa ls fdUgha N% ç'uksa osQ laf{kIr mÙkj (25&30 'kCnksa esa) fyf[k, & 2×6¾12
(d) ^ikSèks osQ ia[k* ikB esa ys[kd Jhèkj ls feyus osQ ckn [kq'k D;ksa ugha gqvk\
([k) bZ";kZ euq"; osQ O;fDrRo ij D;k izHkko Mkyrh gS\ ikB osQ vkèkkj ij fyf[k,A
(x) ^vkJe osQ vfrfFk vkSj laLej.k* ikB esa xk¡èkh th us vius vkJe dks ^lR;kxzg
vkJe* D;ksa dgk\
(?k) ^nq[k esa gkj u ekuks* dfork esa dfo vèkhj eu esa oQSlk izHkko Hkjus dh ckr
djrk gS\
(Ä) lksuk osQ dkSu&dkSu ls uke mldk ifjp; cu x,\
(p) ^lwj vkSj rqylh osQ in* ikB esa JhÑ".k viuh pksVh D;ksa c<+kuk pkgrs gSa\
(N) ^ckrphr dh dyk* ikB osQ vkèkkj ij crkb, fd ckrphr esa fouksnfç;rk D;ksa
vko';d gS\

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14- fuEufyf[kr ç'uksa esa ls fdUgha N% ç'uksa osQ foLr`r mÙkj (50&60 'kCnksa esa) fyf[k, & 3×6¾18
(d) xzh"ekodk'k mijkar ysf[kdk tc Nk=kkokl igq¡ph rc mudh n`f"V fdls [kkst jgh
Fkh vkSj D;ksa\
([k) ^nksigjh* dfork esa lM+d dh rqyuk fdlls dh xbZ gS vkSj D;ksa\
(x) dYiuk pkoyk us vius liuksa dks dSls lkdkj fd;k\
(?k) ^dkepksj* ikB esa cPpksa n~okjk dk;Z djus ls ?kj dh D;k gkyr gks xbZ\
(Ä) bZ";kZ dk dkSu&lk i{k ykHknk;d gS vkSj D;ksa\
(p) ckj&ckj dh jksd&Vksd ls cPps dk fodkl Bhd rjg ls ugha gks ikrkA ^ikSèks osQ
ia[k* ikB osQ vkèkkj ij Li"V dhft,A
(N) ^vPNs iM+kslh osQ xq.k* ikB osQ vkèkkj ij crkb, fd O;fDr vkSj ns'k osQ iM+ksfl;ksa
osQ O;ogkj esa [kkl varj D;ksa ugha gS\

15- ^cgq dh fonk* ikB esa fdl leL;k dks mtkxj fd;k x;k gS\ orZeku lekt esa vki
,slh vU; fdu lkekftd dqjhfr;ksa dks ns[krs gSa\ vkiosQ fopkj ls bUgsa dSls nwj fd;k
tk ldrk gS\ 5

vFkok

^nq[k esa gkj u ekuks* dfork thou ewY;ksa ls vksr&izksr gS & bl dFku dks mnkgj.k
lfgr Li"V dhft,A

[kaM & ?k

16- fuEufyf[kr fo"k;ksa esa ls fdlh ,d fo"k; ij (80&100 'kCnksa esa) vuqPNsn fyf[k, & 5
(i) 'kgjksa esa c<+rk ,dkdhiu (ii) çkÑfrd vkink,¡ % ,d pqukSrh
(iii) ;fn jkLrs esa eq>s ,d ghjk fey tk,
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17- d{kk esa c<+rh vuq'kklughurk osQ ckjs esa crkrs gq, vius fon~;ky; osQ izèkkukpk;kZ @
izèkkukpk;Z dks i=k fyf[k,A 5

vFkok

uksVcanh osQ iQSlys osQ ckn vkiosQ 'kgj esa gqbZ gypy ls ifjfpr djkrs gq, vius fons'k
esa jgus okys fe=k dks i=k fyf[k,A

18- f'k{kk ij gks jgs fur u, ç;ksxksa ij vius fopkj Mk;jh 'kSyh esa O;Dr dhft,A 5

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fganh
n~forh; l=k
  vad foHkktu rFkk mÙkj laosQr vfèkdre vad % 100
funsZ'k % ;fn ,slk dksbZ lgh mÙkj tks ijh{kkFkhZ us fy[kk gks] ijUrq fuEufyf[kr mÙkj laosQr esa lfEefyr
u gks rks mlosQ Hkh ;FkklaHko vad fn, tk,¡A
Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
[kaM & d

1- (d) • viuh dfe;ksa dks igpkuukA


• vius Hkfo"; dks csgrj cukus gsrq iz;Ru'khy jgukA 1$1¾2
([k) • viuh detksfj;ksa dks u Hkk¡i ikus osQ dkj.k
• foifÙk ls yM+us dk lkgl u gksus osQ dkj.k 1$1¾2
(x) • viuh dfe;ksa osQ izfr ltx jgdj iz;Ru'khy gksukA
• y{; osQ izfr n`<+ ladYiA 1$1¾2
(?k) • detksfj;ksa dk 1
(Ä) • ç & milxZ] ;Ru & ewy 'kCn ½$½¾1
(p) • vrhr 1
(N) • vliQyrk % ,d pqukSrh 1
(vU; mi;qDr 'kh"kZd Hkh Lohdk;Z) 10

2- (d) pqukSfr;ksa@leL;kvksa@dfBukb;ksa dk izrhdA 1


([k) ckèkkvksa ls yM+rs gq, vkxs c<+djA 1
(x) ekxZn'kZd (ekrk] firk] xq# vkfnA) 1
(?k) la?k"kZ djus okyk O;fDr@thou :ih uS;k dk prqj f[koS;kA 1
(Ä) ckèkkvksa dkA 1 5

[kaM & [k

3- (d) (i) le; osQ vuqlkj] vO;;hHkko lekl ½$½¾1


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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
(ii) rhu osf.k;ksa dk lekgkj] n~foxq lekl ½$½¾1
([k) (i) jksxeqDr] rRiq#"k lekl ½$½¾1
(ii) xaxk&;equk] n~oan~o lekl ½$½¾1 4

4- ehBs] xq.kokpd fo'ks"k.k ½$½ 1

5- (i) vkiosQ n~okjk ykbZ xbZ esjh lkbfdy [kks xbZA 1


(ii) geus thou esa dksbZ iM+ksl ugha cnyk gSA 1
(iii) lansgcksèkd okD; 1
(iv) fefJr okD; 1 4

6- miek vyadkj % tgk¡ fdlh O;fDr] oLrq dh rqyuk fdlh vU;


O;fDr ;k oLrq ls fdlh lekurk osQ vkèkkj ij dh tk,] ogk¡ ^miek*
vyadkj gksrk gSA
mnkgj.k % ¶le; f'kyk&lk te tk,xkA¸ ;gk¡ le; dh rqyuk ^f'kyk*
ls dh xbZ gSA 2$1

vFkok

mRizs{kk vyadkj % tgk¡ :i] xq.k vkfn dh lekurk osQ dkj.k mies; esa
mieku dh laHkkouk ;k dYiuk dh tk,] ogk¡ ^mRizs{kk vyadkj* gksrk
gSA
mnkgj.k % ¶ikgqu T;ksa vk, gks xk¡o esa 'kgj osQA
es?k vk, cM+s cu&Bu osQ l¡oj osQAA¸
ckny bl çdkj Nk, gSa tSls esgeku cu&Bu dj xk¡o esa vk, gksaA 3

7- (d) (i) le~$thou 1


(ii) fnd~$n'kZu 1
([k) fi=kkxeu 1 3
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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
8- (d) (i) HksaV] rksgiQk ½$½¾1
(ii) Hko] txr ½$½¾1
([k) (i) {k.k&Hkaxqj@u'oj 1
(ii) vuqt 1
(x) (i) fu"i{k 1
(ii) vYikgkjh 1 6

9- (d) og ;ksX;] lq'khy vkSj feyulkj gSA 1


([k) ^ * & bdgjk mn~èkj.k fpg~u @ ,dy mn~èkj.k fpg~u
A & iw.kZ fojke ½$½¾1 2

10- cgqr izlUu gksuk


vFkok
viuk uqdlku Lo;a djuk
(fon~;kfFkZ;ksa n~okjk mi;qDr okD; iz;ksx Lohdk;Z) 1$1¾2 2

11- (d) jksgu osQ cM+s HkkbZ] tks fnO;p{kq gS_ osQ fo"k; esa tkudjA 1
([k) 'kkjhfjd vkSj ekufld :i ls fo'ks"k y{k.kksa ls ;qDrA 1
(x) n`<+ fo'okl] mRlkg] lkgl] èkS;Z vkfnA 1
(?k) çsfjr djus osQ fy,] gkj u ekuus osQ fy,A 1
(Ä) detksjh ls u gkjrs gq, iwjs mRlkg osQ lkFk vkxs c<+ukA 1 5

12- (d) ek¡ dk okRlY; çse >yd jgk gS] og cPps osQ vaxksa ij yxh
èkwy dks vius vk¡py ls >kM+rh gS] mls nqykj djrh gSA 1
([k) èkwy esa fyIr gksuk] ehBk cksyuk] vusd vkHkw"k.kksa ls lqlfTtr
ns[kdjA 1
(x) dksaiy lsA 1

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
(?k) :id vyadkjA 1
(Ä) ek¡ vkSj iq=k osQ okRlY; dks ns[kdjA 1 5

13- (d) • Lo;a dks Jhèkj ls de le>us osQ dkj.kA


• Jhèkj ls bZ";kZ osQ dkj.k 2
([k) • dqafBr cukrh gSA
• Lo;a osQ lq[k ls larq"V u gksdj nwljksa osQ lq[k dks ns[kdj nq[kh
gksukA 2
(x) • vkJe esa lR; cksyuk vko';dA
• lHkh lnL;ksa ls lR; dh vis{kkA 2
(?k) • lq[k esa bZ'oj dh LrqfrA
• nq[k ls tw>us dh 'kfDrA 2
(Ä) • lqo.kkZ] lqo.kZys[kk 2
(p) • vius HkkbZ cyjke dh rjg yach] eksVh pksVh dh pkgrA
• yacs ckyksa osQ lkSan;Z ls izHkkfor gksdjA 2
(N) • Luk;fod Fkdku] {kksHk] eyky] rquqd&fetkth fpM+fpM+kiu
vkfn lq[kn laon osQ 'k=kqvksa dks ijkftr djus osQ fy,A 2 12

14- (d) • lksuk dksA


• xksèkwfy] gsear&clar ysf[kdk osQ ikl igq¡ps ijarq lksuk ughaA 3
([k) • vaxkjs vkSj v¡xhBh lsA
• Hkh"k.k xehZ osQ dkj.k 3
(x) • yxu vkSj tq>k: izo`fÙk osQ dkj.kA
• lrr ifjJe vkSj n`<+ ladYi osQ dkj.kA
• vkRefo'okl vkSj y{; osQ izfr ltx jgus osQ dkj.kA 3
(?k) • lkjk ?kj vLr&O;Lr gks x;kA

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad

• lkjs ?kj esa eqfxZ;k¡] HksMs+] VwVs gq, rlys] ckyfV;k¡] ykgs] dVksjs
vkSj cPps FksA 3
(Ä) • çfrn~oan~fork dk i{kA
• gj vkneh] gj tkfr vkSj gj ny vius dks vius izfrn~oan~oh
dk led{k cukuk pkgrk gSA
• LoLFk izfrLièkkZA 3
(p) • ys[kd dks mlosQ çR;sd dk;Z ij jksduk] Vksduk
• jksd Vksd osQ dkj.k ghu Hkkouk dk fodkl
• 'kkjhfjd :i ls fodkl ckfèkrA 3
(N) • ns'k dh bdkbZ O;fDr;ksa osQ lewg lsA
• tSls iM+kslh osQ izfr izse ln~Hkkouk] oSls gh ns'k osQ izfrA
• 'kkafr] vfgalk vkSj vkarfjd ekeyksa esa gLr{ksi u djukA 3 18

15- (d) • ngst çFkk dks


• fon~;kfFkZ;ksa dh Lora=k vfHkO;fDr 5 5

vFkok

• tSls ckg~;&vkMacjksa dk fojksèk] lR;] fu"Bk] èkS;Z vkfn ewY;ksa


dks vkRelkr djukA
• fon~;kfFkZ;ksa dh le> ,oa Lora=k vfHkO;fDr

16- vuqPNsn ys[ku


• fo"k; oLrq 2
• vfHkO;fDr 2
• Hkk"kk;h 'kqn~èkrk 1 5

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj laosQr
la- gsrq vad vad
17- i=k ys[ku
• çk:i lacaèkh vkSipkfjdrk,¡ 2
• fo"k; oLrq 2
• Hkk"kk;h 'kqn~èkrk 1 5

18- Mk;jh ys[ku


• fo"k; oLrq 2
• vfHkO;fDr 2
• Hkk"kk;h 'kqn~èkrk 1 5

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laLÑre~
çFkea l=ke~
vofèk% & gksjk=k;e~ ç'ui=k&çk:ie~ iw.kkZÄ~dk % 100
I- fo"k;k.kka oxhZdj.ke~
jpukRed&dk;Ze~ vuqç;qDr &
mís';kfu vifBr&vocksèkue~ ifBr&vocksèkue~ ;ksx%
(i=k&fp=ko.kZue~) O;kdj.ke~
v¡kuka
10» 10» 40» 40» 100»
çfr'kre~
v¡k% 10 10 40 40 100
II- iz'ukuka oxhZdj.ke~
ç'uçdkjk% nh?kksZÙkjkf.k y?kwÙkjkf.k I y?kwÙkjkf.k II ;ksx%
ç'ulÄ~[;k 7 17 23 47
v¡k% 24 22 54 100
III- fo"k;kfèkHkkj%
Øe lÄ~[;k fo"k;k%
1- [k.M% ^d* vifBr&vocksèkue~ 10
2- [k.M% ^[k* jpukRed&dk;Ze~ 10
3- [k.M% ^x* vuqç;qDr&O;kdj.ke~ 40
4- [k.M% ^?k* ifBr&vocksèkue~ 40
;ksx% 100

IV- [k.M&;kstuk % d] [k] x] ?k


V- dkfBU;fuèkkZj.ke~ %
1 dfBu&ç'uk% % 10 » 2- lkekU;&ç'uk% % 60»
3- ljy ç'uk% % 30»
VI- mÙkjk.kke~ vuqekfurk 'kCnlhek le;la;kstua pA
ç'uçdkjk% vuqekfurk 'kCnlhek vuqekfurk vofèk%
1- nh?kksZÙkjkf.k i=ke~] fp=ko.kZue~] HkkokFkZ%] vUo;%] dFkkØe% ,d% gksjk
2- y?kwÙkjkf.k ,dokD;kRedkfu] ,dinkRedkfu gksjk};e~

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ç'ui=k&çk:ie~
fo"k;% & laLÑre~ d{kk & v"Veh
vofèk% & gksjk=k;e~ iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100
Øe& [k.Mk% nh?kkZf.k y?kwÙkjkf.k y?kwÙkjkf.k
;ksx%
lÄ~[;k% ç'ukuka dkfBU;Lrj% mÙkjkf.k I II

1 vifBrx|ka'k% & 6(8) 4(3) 10(11)


2 fp=kkèkkfjro.kZue~ 5(1) & & 5(1)
3 i=ke~ 5(1) & & 5(1)
4 lfUèk% & & 4(1) 4(1)
5 'kCn:ikf.k & & 5(1) 5(1)
6 lÄ~[;k% & & 4(1) 4(1)
7 vO;;inkfu & & 5(1) 5(1)
8 milxkZ% & 4(1) & 4(1)
9 dkjd&miinfoHkDr;'p & & 5(1) 5(1)
10 leklk% & 3(1) & 3(1)
11 èkkrq:ikf.k & & 5(1) 5(1)
12 çR;;k% & & 5(1) 5(1)
13 x|ka'k% & 1(2) 4(4) 5(6)
14 i|ka'k% & 1(2) 4(4) 5(6)
15 ukV~;ka'k% & 1(2) 4(4) 5(6)
16 HkkokFkZ% 5(2) & & 5(2)
17 vUo;% 5(2) & & 5(2)
18 dFkkØe% 4(1) & & 4(1)
19 ç'ufuekZ.ke~ & & 5(1) 5(1)
20 'kCnkFkkZ% & 6(1) & 6(1)
24(7) 22(17) 54(23) 100(47)

ç'ukuka çdkjk% (lkjka'k%)


ç'uk% vÄ~dk%
nh?kkZf.k mÙkjkf.k 7 24
y?kwÙkjkf.k I 17 22
y?kwÙkjkf.k II 23 54

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laLÑre~
çFkea l=ke~
fuèkkZfjrkofèk% & gksjk=k;e~ iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100

funsZ'kk%
1- vfLeu~ iz'ui=ks pRokj% [k.Mk% lfUrA
2- izfr[k.Me~ mÙkjkf.k i`Fkd~ iznÙkk;ke~ mÙkjiqfLrdk;ka ys[kuh;kfuA
3- izR;sda [k.Me~ vfèkÑR; mÙkjkf.k Øes.k ys[kuh;kfuA
4- iz'ui=ks mÙkjkf.k u ys[kuh;kfuA
5- iz'ulÄ~[;k iz'ui=kkuqlkja ys[kuh;kA
6- [k.MlÄ~[;k vfi ys[kuh;kA

[k.M% & ^d* (ifBr&vocksèkue~) 10 vÄ~dk%

1- vèkksfyf[kre~ vuqPNsna ifBRok iz'uku~ mÙkjr & 10

ekuoL; losZ"kq xq.ks"kq O;ogkj% lokZsÙke% xq.k% vfLrA O;ogkjs.k ekuo% vU;sH;%
fHkUu% HkofrA ,rsu ,o l% losZ"kka fç;% HkofrA vfLeu~ bZn`'kh 'kfDr% vfLr ;su u
dsoya ekuok% vfirq i'ko% if{k.k% vfi o'khHkofUrA O;ogkjs.k rq 'k=ko% vfi fe=kkf.k
HkofUrA vr% losZ ,o ijLija ln~O;ogkja dqoZUrqA ;su lokZf.k fe=kkf.k Hkos;q%A vr,o
dF;rs ;r~ ¶O;ogkjs.k tk;Urs fe=kkf.k fjioLrFkk¸A

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×4¾2


(d) d% loksZÙke xq.k%\
([k) dsu ekuo% vU;sH;% fHkUu% Hkofr\
(x) losZ ijLija fda oqQoZUrq\
(?k) ds O;ogkjs.k fe=kkf.k HkofUr\

II- iw.kZokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) o;a dhn`'ka O;ogkja dq;kZe\
([k) O;ogkjs.k ds ds o'khHkofUr\
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III- x|ka'kL; mfpra 'kh"kZda fy[krA 2×1¾2

IV- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×4¾4


(d) 'kfDr% bfr inL; fo'ks"k.kine~ x|ka'ks fda ç;qDre~\
([k) ^O;ogkj% loksZÙke% xq.k% vfLr* vfLeu~ okD;s ^vfLr* bfr fØ;kinL; fda
dr`Zine~\
(x) ^vfç;%* bfr inL; fda foykseina x|ka'ks ç;qDre~\
(?k) ^;su* bfr loZukeina dLeS ç;qDre~\

[k.M% & ^[k* (jpukRed&dk;Ze~) 10 vÄ~dk%

2- fe=ka çfr fyf[krs i=ks fjDrLFkkukfu e×tw"kk;k% mfprinkfu fpRok iwj;r] i=ka p
mÙkjiqfLrdk;ka fy[krA ½×10¾5
ijh{kkHkoue~
Mh-,-oh- fo|ky;%
fnYyhr%
fç; fe=k (1) ----------------------A
lçse ueLrsA
v=k dq'kya r=k (2) ----------------------A fe=kA vkxkfeo"ksZ v"Ved{kk;k%
(3) ---------------------- lEiw.kZikB~;Øe% vkxfe";fr bfr rq HkoUr% (4) ----------------------
,oA ee fopkjs rq ,rr~ mfpre~ ,o (5) ----------------------A ,rsu Nk=kk% iBuL; fo"k;s
(6) ---------------------- Hkfo";fUrA Nk=kk.kka Lej.k'kDrs% dkS'kykuka p (7) ----------------------
Hkfo";frA rs vè;;ua çfr (8) ---------------------- vfi Hkfo";fUrA 'ks"ka lo± dq'kye~A
vfLeu~ fo"k;s Hkorka d% (9) ---------------------- bfr i=ks fy[krqA
Hkor% fe=ke~]
(10)----------------------

vfer%] fopkj%] iz.ko] lkoèkkuk%] ijh{kk;ke~]


e×tw"kk %&
tkx:dk%] tkufUr] fodkl%] vfLr] vLrq

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3- vèk% çnÙka fp=ka n`"V~ok e×tw"kk;ka çnÙkinkuka lgk;r;k laLÑrsu i×p okD;kfu fy[krA 1×5¾5


e×tw"kk %& o"kkZdky%] fo|ky;%] vfLr] o`{kk%] es?kk%] xPNr%]
xtZfUr] }kS] Nk=kkS] efgyk] N=ke~] [kxkS] Lr%

[k.M% & ^x* (vuqç;qDr O;kdj.ke~) 40 vÄ~dk%

4- vèkksfyf[krokD;s"kq js[kkf¡rins"kq lfUèka lfUèkPNsna ok ÑRok iw.kZokD;a fy[kr & 1×4¾4


(d) dkd% 'kj.k$vFk± pVdk;k% lehie~ vxPNr~A
([k) egkRek çrh{kka ÑRok LodqVhje~ vkxPNr~A
(x) ij$midkj% lnSo dÙkZO;%A
(?k) nsosUæ% ee fç;a fe=ke~ vfLrA

5- dks"Bds"kq çnÙk'kCnkuke~ mfpr:is.k okD;s"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) ekrk ---------------------- iqLrdkfu vku;r~A (jke)
([k) ---------------------- tya nwf"kra u dÙkZO;e~A (unh)
(x) ee x`gs ---------------------- Lokxre~ vfLrA (Hkor~)
(?k) Roe~ ---------------------- fo|ky;s iBfl\ (fde~)
(Ä) ---------------------- Lons'ka LoPNa dfj";ke%A (vLen~)

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6- vÄ~dkuka LFkkus mfpra lÄ~[;kokpda laLÑrina ç;qT; iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×4¾4
(d) vkezo`{ks ---------------------- 'kqdkS fr"Br%A (2)
([k) ee ik'osZ ---------------------- iqLrdkfu lfUrA (14)
(x) lHkkxkjs ---------------------- tuk% fr"BfUrA (36)
(?k) d{kk;ka ---------------------- Nk=kk% lfUrA (48)

7- e×tw"kkr% mfpre~ vO;;ina fpRok okD;s"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwj;r iw.k± p okD;a fy[kr& ½×10¾5
(d) dnkfi vlR;a ---------------------- onA
([k) o"kkZdkys ---------------------- gjhfrek HkofrA
(x) Roa ---------------------- fo|ky;a xPNfl\
(?k) Ük`xky% HkkstukFkZe~ ---------------------- HkzefrA
(Ä) ---------------------- vfro"kkZ vHkor~A
(p) ---------------------- deZpkSje~A
(N) ;nk Roa ØhMfl ---------------------- vga iBkfeA
(t) ---------------------- dygsuA
(>) fo|ky;kr~ ---------------------- o`{kk% lfUrA
(×k) vge~ ---------------------- Hkze.kkFkZe~ xfe";kfeA

brLrr%] dnk] ,dnk] ek] vfi]


e×tw"kk %&
cfg%] loZ=k] fèkd~] rnk] vye~

8- js[kkf¡rins"kq milx± i`Fkd~ ÑRok la;ksT; ok fy[kr & ½×8¾4


(d) olUrdkys tuk% lq[ke~ vuqHkofUrA
([k) vga fo"k;e~ vo$xPNkfeA
(x) fo|ka çkI; vfHkekua ek dq#A
(?k) f'k{kd% d{kke~ vk$xPNfrA
(Ä) f'k{kda n`"V~ok Nk=k% vklukr~ mfÙk"BfrA
(p) o`{kk% vLeku~ mi$dqoZfUrA
(N) ekrk iq=ka fufnZ'kfrA
(t) dnkfi o;a nqoZpukfu u onseA

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9- js[kkf¡rins"kq ç;qDrka foHkfDra rRdkj.ka p fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) Ñ"kd% {ks=ke~ çfr èkkofrA
([k) ckyk% fe=kS% lg ØhMfUrA
(x) f'kf{kdk Nk=ksH;% iqLrdkfu ;PNfrA
(?k) xk;d% us=ks.k dk.k% vfLrA
(Ä) nsoky;a ifjr% HkDrk% lfUrA

10- vèkksfyf[krkuka leLrinkuka leklL; ukekfu fy[kr & ½×6¾3


(d) dk;Z'kkyk (?k) js[kkfÄ~dre~
([k) lhekjkekS (Ä) dUnewyiQykfu
(x) jk"Vªifr% (p) gLrfyf[kre~

11- dks"Bds"kq çnÙkèkkrwuke~ mfpr:is.k okD;s"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) Nk=kk% fo}n~fHk% lg ----------------------A (LFkk] fofèkfyM~)
([k) iq=k% ekrja firja p ----------------------A (lso~] yV~)
(x) ;w;a ikBa è;kusu ----------------------A (iB~] yksV~)
(?k) o;a 'o% Hkze.kk; ----------------------A (xe~] y`V~)
(Ä) Jhjke% n'kjFkL; iq=k% ----------------------A (vl~] yÄ~)

12- vèkksfyf[krs"kq okD;s"kq çÑfr&çR;;kS la;ksT; foHkT; ok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) pVdk fpUrf;Rok dkdL; x`ga xPNfrA
([k) x`ge~ vk$xe~$Y;i~ vga Hkkstua djksfeA
(x) u`R;a i';Urh ckyk çlhnfrA
(?k) ikBa lEiB~; Nk=kk% fo|ky;e~ vkxPNfUrA
(Ä) f'k'kq% ØhM~$DRok nqXèka ficfrA

[k.M% & ^?k* (ifBr&vocksèkue~) 40 vÄ~dk%

13- vèkksfyf[kra x|ka'ke~ ifBRok ç'ukuke~ mÙkjkf.k fy[kr & 5


vga ekrk bo lEiw.k± fo'oa iky;kfeA ioZrkuke~ mPpsH;% LFkysH;% fu%l`R;
vga lkxja çfo'kkfeA vga loZnk xfr'khyk vfLeA xfr% ,o ee LoHkko% ee lUns'k%
pA ee rVs"kq ,o egkuxjk.kka fodkl% HkofrA ¶,rs"kka egkuxjk.kka le`¼s% vge~ ,o
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dkj.ke~¸ bfr tuk% onfUrA dL;kfi jk"VªL; fodkls ee egrh Hkwfedk HkofrA tuk%
dFk;fUr&vge~ ,o jk"VªL; thoue~ bfrA

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2¾1


(d) ds"kke~ mPpsH;% LFkysH;% fu%l`R; unh lkxja çfo'kfr\
([k) xfr% ,o dL;k% LoHkko% lUns'k% p\

II- ,dokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) tuk% fde~ onfUr\
([k) unh ekrk bo fde~ iky;fr\

III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) ^vge~ loZnk xfr'khyk vfLe*A vfLeu~ okD;s ^vfLe* bfr fØ;kninL;
dr`Zina fde~\
([k) ^egrh Hkwfedk* v=k fo'ks";ina fde~ vfLr\

14- fuEufyf[kra 'yksda ifBRok ç'ukuke~ mÙkjkf.k fy[kr & 5


vèkek èkufePNfUr èkua ekua p eè;ek%A
mÙkek ekufePNfUr ekuks fg egrka èkue~AA

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2¾1


(d) dhn`'kk% tuk% èkue~ bPNfUr\
([k) eku% fg ds"kke~ èkue~\

II- ,dokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) eè;ek% tuk% fde~ bPNfUr\
([k) vèkek% fde~ bPNfUr\

III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) ^mÙkek%* bfr inL; foykseina 'yksds fde~ ç;qDre~\
([k) 'yksdkr~ ,de~ vO;;ina fpRok fy[krA

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15- vèkksfyf[kra ukV~;ka'ka ifBRok ç'ukuke~ mÙkjkf.k fy[kr & 5
ç.ko% & ykSddlaLÑrL; vU;s çeq[kk% xzUFkk% ds\ ds p rs"kka ç.ksrkj%
çKk & egkHkkjra O;klsu fojfpre~A
jes'k% & j?kqoa'ka dqekjlEHkoa p dkfynklsu jfprs egkdkO;sA
'kqHkzk & dkfynklsu ,o jfprkfu vfHkKku'kkdqUrye~ ekyfodkfXufe=ka
foØeksoZ'kh;a p ,rkfu =khf.k ukVdkfuA
o#.k% & f'k'kqikyoèke~ ek?ksu jfpra dkO;e~A
xkSjo% & uhfr'krde~ Hkr`Zgfj.kk fyf[kre~A

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2¾1


(d) egkHkkjra dsu fojfpre~\
([k) Hkr`Zgfj.kk fde~ fyf[kre~\

II- ,dokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) 'kqHkzk fde~ vdFk;r~\
([k) ^f'k'kqikyoèke~* bfr dkO;L; d% ç.ksrk\

III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) ^ukVdkfu* bfr inL; loZukefo'ks"k.kina fde~ ç;qDre~\
([k) ^jpf;rkj%* bfr inL; i;kZ;ina x|ka'ks fde~ ç;qDre~A

16- e×tw"kk;ke~ çnÙkS% inS% fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.k± HkkokFk± fy[kr & ½×10¾5
(d) tuuh tUeHkwfe'p LoxkZnfi xjh;lhA
HkkokFkZ% & ekrk lokZf.k (1) ------------------- lks<~ok vLeku~ iky;frA vL;k%
LFkkua (2) ------------------- vfi mPprje~ vfLrA tUeHkwfe%
(3) --------------- bo vfLrA lk ekrk bo (4) ---------------- iky;frA
vr% o;a (5) ------------------- ekrq% tUeHkwes% p lEekua dq;kZeA

e×tw"kk % loZnk] LoxkZr~] ekrk] d"Vkfu] tuku~

([k) vkyL;a fg euq";k.kka 'kjhjLFkks egku~ fjiq%A


HkkokFkZ% & vLekda 'k=kq% (1) ------------------- 'kjhjs ,o vfLrA ,"k% 'k=kq%

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(2) ------------------- vfLrA vkyL;e~ (3) ------------------- oLrqr%
vLekda 'k=kq% (4) -------------------A vr% vkyL;a ek
(5) -------------------A

e×tw"kk % vfLr] ,o] vkyL;e~] dq#r] vLekde~

17- vèkksfyf[krkS 'yksdkS ifBRok mfprinS% fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.kZe~ vUo;a fy[kr & ½×10¾5
(d) tkM~;a fèk;ks gjfr fl×pfr okfp lR;a
ekuksUufra fn'kfr ikie~ vikdjksfrA
psr% çlkn;fr fn{kq ruksfr dhfrZe~
lRlÄ~xfr% dFk; fda u djksfr iqalke~AA
vUo;% & lRlÄ~xfr% (1) ------------------- tkM~;a gjfr (2) ------------------- lR;a
fl×pfr ekuksUufra (3) -------------------] ikie~ vikdjksfr
(4) ------------------- çlkn;fr] fn{kq dhfr± ruksfr] dFk;
(lRlÄ~xfr%) (5) ------------------- fda u djksfrA

([k) losZ HkoUrq lqf[ku%


losZ lUrq fujke;k%A
losZ Hkækf.k i';Urq
ek df'pn~ nq[kHkkx~ Hkosr~AA
vUo;% & losZ (1) ------------------- HkoUrq] losZ fujke;k% (2) -------------------]
losZ (3) ------------------- i';Urq] df'pn~ (4) ------------------- ek
(5) -------------------A

18- vèkksfyf[krkfu okD;kfu dFkkØekuqlkja la;ksT; iw.kkZfu okD;kfu fy[kr dsoya


ØelÄ~[;k u ys[kuh;k & ½×8¾4
(d) pVdk dkda Lox`gs 'kj.ke~ v;PNr~A
([k) o"kkZdkys dkdL; x`ga u"Ve~ vHkor~A
(x) dkd% e`fÙkdk;k% x`gs volr~A
(?k) dkd% pVdk }s fe=ks vkLrke~A
(Ä) pVdk r`.kS% fufeZrs x`gs volr~A
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(p) dkd% pVdk;S Lox`gs 'kj.ke~ u v;PNr~A
(N) xzh"edkys pVdk;k% x`ga u"Ve~ vHkor~A
(t) f[kUu% dkd% 'kj.kkFk± pVdk;k% x`ge~ vxPNr~A

19- vèkksfyf[krs"kq okD;s"kq js[kkf¡rinkfu vkèk`R; ç'ufuekZ.ka ÑRok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr dsoya
ç'uokpda ina u ys[kuh;e~ & 1×5¾5
(d) uhfrfuiq.kk% LrqoUrq fuUnUrq okA
([k) xzh"edkys loZ=k 'kq"de~ vHkor~A
(x) ee rVs"kq ½"k;% riL;ka dqoZfUrA
(?k) egf"kZ% n;kuUn% dk'khuxjs vfr"Br~A
(Ä) Nk=kS% ,dk ç'uksÙkjh vk;ksftrkA

20- vèkksfyf[krkuka inkuke~ mfprkFkSZ% lg esyua ÑRok fy[kr & 1×6¾6


(i) vkfne% (d) fo[;krk
(ii) jfpre~ ([k) vlR;e~
(iii) leh{;rs (x) jksxjfgrk%
(iv) fujke;k% (?k) çFke%
(v) çfl¼k (Ä) x.;rs
(vi) vu`re~ (p) fyf[kre~

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laLÑre~
izFkea l=ke~
  v¡foHkktue~ mÙkjlÄ~dsrk'p iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100
funsZ'k% & vfLeu~ mÙkjlÄ~dsrs fyf[krsH;% mÙksjH;% vU;r~ vfi fdf×pr~ mfpre~ mÙkja Hkforqa
'kDuksfrA
ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%

[k.M% ^d* (vifBr&vocksèkue~) 10 vÄ~dk%

1- I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×4 2


(d) O;ogkj%
([k) O;ogkjs.k
(x) ln~O;ogkje~
(?k) 'k=ko%
II- iw.kZokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) o;a ln~O;ogkja dq;kZeA
([k) O;ogkjs.k u dsoya ekuok% vfirq i'ko% if{k.k% vfi
o'khHkofUrA
III- O;ogkjs.k tk;Urs fe=kkf.k fjioLrFkk vFkok vU;r~ vfi fdf×pr~

mfpra 'kh"kZda Nk=kk% ysf[krqa 'kDuqofUrA 2×1 2


IV- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×4 4
(d) bZn`'kh
([k) O;ogkj%
(x) fç;%
(?k) ln~O;ogkjk;

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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
[k.M% ^[k* (jpukRed&dk;Ze~) 10 vÄ~dk%

2- i=kys[kue~ ½×10 5
(1) ç.ko (6) tkx:dk%@lkoèkkuk%
(2) vLrq (7) fodkl%
(3) ijh{kk;ke~ (8) lkoèkkuk%@tkx:dk%
(4) tkufUr (9) fopkj%
(5) vfLr (10) vfer%

3- fp=ko.kZue~ 1×5 5
Nk=kk% fp=kkuq:ia LosPN;k i×p okD;kfu ysf[k";fUrA

[k.M% ^x* (vuqç;qDr&O;kdj.ke~) 40 vÄ~dk%

4- (d) dkd% 'kj.kkFk± pVdk;k% lehie~ vxPNr~A


([k) egkRek çfr$bZ{kka ÑRok LodqVhje~ vkxPNr~A
(x) ijksidkj% lnSo dÙkZO;%A
(?k) nso$bUæ% ee fç;a fe=ke~ vfLrA 1×4 4

5- (d) ekrk jkek; iqLrdkfu vku;r~A


([k) u|k%@unhuke~ tya nwf"kra u dÙkZO;e~A
(x) ee x`gs Hkor%@Hkorke~ Lokxre~ vfLrA
(?k) Roe~ dfLeu~ fo|ky;s iBfl\
(Ä) o;a Lons'ka LoPNa dfj";ke%A 1×5 5

6- (d) vkezo`{ks }kS 'kqdkS fr"Br%A


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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
([k) ee ik'osZ prqnZ'k iqLrdkfu lfUrA
(x) lHkkxkjs "kV~f=ka'kr~ tuk% fr"BfUrA
(?k) d{kk;ke~ v"VpRokfja'kr~ Nk=kk% lfUrA 1×4 4

7- (d) dnkfi vlR;a ek onA


([k) o"kkZdkys loZ=k gjhfrek HkofrA
(x) Roa dnk fo|ky;a xPNfl\
(?k) Ük`xky% HkkstukFkZe~ brLrr% HkzefrA
(Ä) ,dnk vfro"kkZ vHkor~A
(p) fèkd~ deZpkSje~A
(N) ;nk Roa ØhMfl rnk vga iBkfeA
(t) vya dygsuA
(>) fo|ky;kr~ cfg% o`{kk% lfUrA
(×k) vge~ vfi Hkze.kkFkZe~ xfe";kfeA ½×10 5

8- (d) vuq

([k) voxPNkfe

(x) vfHk

(?k) vkxPNfr

(Ä) mr~

(p) midqoZfUr

(N) fuj~

(t) nqj~ ½×8 4

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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
9- (d) f}rh;k foHkfDr% ^çfr* ;ksxs
([k) r`rh;k foHkfDr% ^lg* ;ksxs
(x) prqFkhZ foHkfDr% ^nk* (;PN) èkkrq&;ksxs
(?k) r`rh;k foHkfDr% ^dk.k%* ;ksxs
(Ä) f}rh;k foHkfDr% ^ifjr%* ;ksxs 1×5 5

10- (d) rRiq#"k% lekl%


([k) }U}% lekl%
(x) rRiq#"k% lekl%
(?k) rRiq#"k% lekl%
(Ä) }U}% lekl%
(p) rRiq#"k% lekl% ½×6 3

11- (d) Nk=kk% fo}n~fHk% lg fr"Bs;q%A


([k) iq=k% ekrja firja p lsorsA
(x) ;w;a ikBa è;kusu iBrA
(?k) o;a 'o% Hkze.kk; xfe";ke%A
(Ä) Jhjke% n'kjFkL; iq=k% vklhr~A 1×5 5

12- (d) pVdk fpUr~$DRok dkdL; x`ga xPNfrA


([k) x`ge~ vkxE;@vkxR; vga Hkkstua djksfeA
(x) u`R;a n`'k~$'kr` ckyk izlhnfrA
(?k) ikBa le~$iB~$Y;i~ Nk=kk% fo|ky;e~ vkxPNfUrA
(Ä) f'k'kq% ØhfMRok nqXèka ficfrA 1×5 5

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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%

[k.M% ^?k* (ifBr&vocksèkue~) 40 vÄ~dk%

13- I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2 1


(d) ioZrkuke~
([k) u|k%
II- ,dokD;su & 1×2 2
(d) ,rs"kka egkuxjk.kka le`¼s% vge~ ,o dkj.ke~ bfr
tuk% onfUrA
([k) unh ekrk bo lEiw.k± fo'oa iky;frA
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) vge~
([k) Hkwfedk

14- I- ,dinsu & ½×2 1


(d) vèkek%
([k) egrke~
II- ,dokD;su & 1×2 2
(d) eè;ek% tuk% èkua ekua p bPNfUrA
([k) vèkek% èkue~ bPNfUrA
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) vèkek%
([k) p@fg

15- I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2 1


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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
(d) O;klsu
([k) uhfr'krde~
II- ,dokD;su & 1×2 2
(d) dkfynklsu ,o jfprkfu vfHkKku'kkdqUrye~ ekyfodkfXufe=ke~
foØeksoZ'kh;a p ,rkfu =khf.k ukVdkfuA
([k) ^f'k'kqikyoèke~* bfr dkO;L; ek?k% ç.ksrkA
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) ,rkfu
([k) ç.ksrkj%

16- (d)ekrk lokZf.k (1) d"Vkfu lks<~ok vLeku~ iky;frA vL;k%


LFkkua (2) LoxkZr~ vfi mPprje~ vfLrA tUeHkwfe% (3) ekrk
bo vfLrA lk ekrk bo (4) tuku~ iky;frA vr% o;a (5) loZnk ekrq%
tUeHkwes% p lEekua dq;kZe
([k)vLekda 'k=kq% (1) vLekda 'kjhjs ,o vfLrA ,"k% 'k=kq%
(2) vkyL;e~ vfLrA vkyL;e~ (3) ,o oLrqr% vLekda 'k=kq%
(4) vfLrA vr% vkyL;e~ ek (5) dq#r ½×10 5

17- (d)lRlÄ~xfr% (1) fèk;% tkM~;a gjfr (2) okfp lR;a fl×pfr]
ekuksUufra (3) fn'kfr ikie~ vikdjksfr (4) psr% izlkn;fr] fn{kq
dhfr± ruksfr] dFk; (lRlÄ~xfr%) (5) iqlke~ fda u djksfrA
([k)losZ (1) lqf[ku% HkoUrq] losZ fujke;k% (2) lUrq] losZ (3) Hkækf.k
i';Urq] df'pn~ (4) nq[kHkkx~ ek (5) Hkosr~A ½×10 5

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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
18- (d) dkd% pVdk p }s fe=ks vkLrke~A
([k) pVdk r`.kS% fufeZrs x`gs volr~A
(x) dkd% e`fÙkdk;k% x`gs volr~A
(?k) xzh"edkys pVdk;k% x`ga u"Ve~ vHkor~A
(Ä) dkd% pVdk;S Lox`gs 'kj.ka u v;PNr~A
(p) o"kkZdkys dkdL; x`ga u"Ve~ vHkor~A
(N) f[kUu% dkd% 'kj.kkFk± pVdk;k% x`ge~ vxPNr~A
(t) pVdk dkda Lox`gs 'kj.ke~ vxPNr~A ½×8 4

19- (d) ds LrqoUrq fuUnUrq ok\


([k) dnk loZ=k 'kq"de~ vHkor~\
(x) ee rVs"kq ½"k;% fde~@dke~ dqoZfUr\
(?k) egf"kZ% n;kuUn% dq=k vfr"Br~\
(Ä) dS% ,dk iz'uksÙkjh vk;ksftrk\ 1×5 5

20- (i) vkfne% & çFke%


(ii) jfpre~ & fyf[kre~
(iii) leh{;rs & x.;rs
(iv) fujke;k% & jksxjfgrk%
(v) çfl¼k & fo[;krk
(vi) vu`re~ & vlR;e~ 1×6 6

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ç'ukuqlkfj fo'ys"k.ke~
çFkea l=ke~
fuèkkZfjre~
Øe& vuqekfura dkfBU;&
'kS{kf.kd& mís';e~ fo"k;oLrq iz'uizdkj% vÄ~d&
lÄ~[;k Lrje~
foHkktue~
1- Kkue~@vocksèkue~ vifBr vocksèkue~ y?kwÙkjkRed% I 6 lkekU;e~@ljye~
y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4
2- vfHkO;fDr% fp=ko.kZue~ fucUèkkRed% 5 dfBue~
3- vfHkO;fDr%@vocksèkue~ i=ke~ fucUèkkRed% 5 lkekU;e~
4- Le`R;kRede~ lfUèk% y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4 lkekU;e~
5- Le`R;kRede~ 'kCn:ikf.k y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~
6- Le`R;kRede~ lÄ~[;k y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4 ljye~
7- Le`R;kRede~ vO;;inkfu y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 ljye~
8- Le`R;kRede~ milxkZ% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 4 ljye~
9- Le`R;kRede~ dkjd&foHkfDr% y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~@ljye~
10- Le`R;kRede~ lekl% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 3 ljye~
11- Le`R;kRede~ èkkrq:ikf.k y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~
12- Le`R;kRede~ izR;;k% y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 dfBue~@lkekU;e~
13- Kkue~@cksèkue~ ifBr&x|ka'k% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 1 lkekU;e~@dfBue~
y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4
14- Kkue~@cksèkue~ ifBr&i|ka'k% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 1 lkekU;e~@dfBue~
y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4
15- Kkue~@cksèkue~ ifBr&laokn% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 1 lkekU;e~@dfBue~
y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4
16- Kkue~@cksèkue~ Hkkocksèkue~ fucUèkkRed% 5 lkekU;e~
17- Kkue~@cksèkue~ vUo;% fucUèkkRed% 5 lkekU;e~@ljye~
18- Kkue~ ?kVukØe% fucUèkkRed% 4 lkekU;e~
19- Kkue~ iz'ufuekZ.ke~ y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~
20- Kkue~@cksèkue~ 'kCnesyue~ y?kwÙkjkRed% I 6 ljye~

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laLÑre~
okf"kZd&ijh{kk
vofèk% & gksjk=k;e~ ç'ui=k&çk:ie~ iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100
I- fo"k;k.kka oxhZdj.ke~
jpukRed&dk;Ze~ vuqç;qDr &
mís';kfu vifBr&vocksèkue~ ifBr&vocksèkue~ ;ksx%
(i=k&fp=ko.kZue~) O;kdj.ke~
v¡kuka
10» 10» 40» 40» 100»
çfr'kre~
v¡k% 10 10 40 40 100
II- iz'ukuka oxhZdj.ke~
ç'uçdkjk% nh?kksZÙkjkf.k y?kwÙkjkf.k I y?kwÙkjkf.k II ;ksx%
ç'ulÄ~[;k 7 17 23 47
v¡k% 24 22 54 100
III- fo"k;kfèkHkkj%
Øe lM~[;k fo"k;k%
1- [k.M% ^d* vifBr&vocksèkue~ 10
2- [k.M% ^[k* jpukRed&dk;Ze~ 10
3- [k.M% ^x* vuqç;qDr&O;kdj.ke~ 40
4- [k.M% ^?k* ifBr&vocksèkue~ 40
;ksx% 100

IV- [k.M&;kstuk % d] [k] x] ?k


V- dkfBU;fuèkkZj.ke~ %
1 dfBu&ç'uk% % 10 » 2- lkekU;&ç'uk% % 60»
3- ljy&ç'uk% % 30»
VI- mÙkjk.kke~ vuqekfurk 'kCnlhek le;la;kstua pA
ç'uçdkjk% vuqekfurk 'kCnlhek vuqekfurk vofèk%
1- nh?kksZÙkjkf.k i=ke~] fp=ko.kZue~] HkkokFkZ%] vUo;%] dFkkØe% ,d% gksjk
2- y?kwÙkjkf.k ,dokD;kRedkfu] ,dinkRedkfu gksjk};e~

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ç'ui=k&çk:ie~
fo"k;% & laLÑre~ d{kk & v"Veh
vofèk% & gksjk=k;e~ iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100
Øe& [k.Mk% nh?kkZf.k y?kwÙkjkf.k y?kwÙkjkf.k
;ksx%
lÄ~[;k% ç'ukuka dkfBU;Lrj% mÙkjkf.k I II

1 vifBrx|ka'k% & 6(8) 4(3) 10(11)


2 fp=kkèkkfjro.kZue~ 5(1) & & 5(1)
3 i=ke~ 5(1) & & 5(1)
4 lfUèk% & & 4(1) 4(1)
5 'kCn:ikf.k & & 5(1) 5(1)
6 lÄ~[;k% & & 4(1) 4(1)
7 vO;;inkfu & & 5(1) 5(1)
8 milxkZ% & 4(1) & 4(1)
9 dkjd&miinfoHkDr;'p & & 5(1) 5(1)
10 leklk% & 3(1) & 3(1)
11 èkkrq:ikf.k & & 5(1) 5(1)
12 çR;;k% & & 5(1) 5(1)
13 x|ka'k% & 1(2) 4(4) 5(6)
14 i|ka'k% & 1(2) 4(4) 5(6)
15 ukV~;ka'k% & 1(2) 4(4) 5(6)
16 HkkokFkZ% 5(2) & & 5(2)
17 vUo;% 5(2) & & 5(2)
18 dFkkØe% 4(1) & & 4(1)
19 ç'ufuekZ.ke~ & & 5(1) 5(1)
20 'kCnkFkkZ% & 6(1) & 6(1)
24(7) 22(17) 54(23) 100(47)

ç'ukuka çdkjk% (lkjka'k%)


ç'uk% vÄ~dk%
nh?kkZf.k mÙkjkf.k 7 24
y?kwÙkjkf.k I 17 22
y?kwÙkjkf.k II 23 54

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laLÑre~
okf"kZd&ijh{kk
fuèkkZfjrkofèk% & gksjk=k;e~ iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100

funsZ'kk%
1- vfLeu~ iz'ui=ks pRokj% [k.Mk% lfUrA
2- izfr[k.Me~ mÙkjkf.k i`Fkd~ iznÙkk;ke~ mÙkjiqfLrdk;ka ys[kuh;kfuA
3- izR;sda [k.Me~ vfèkÑR; mÙkjkf.k Øes.k ys[kuh;kfuA
4- iz'ui=ks mÙkjkf.k u ys[kuh;kfuA
5- iz'ulÄ~[;k iz'ui=kkuqlkja ys[kuh;kA
6- [k.MlÄ~[;k vfi ys[kuh;kA

[k.M% & ^d* (vifBr&vocksèkue~) 10 vÄ~dk%

1- vèkksfyf[kre~ vuqPNsna ifBRok iz'uku~ mÙkjr &

ee x`gkr~ cfg% ,d% vfrfo'kky% o`{k% vfLrA ;=k fofoèkk% [kxk% Lusgsu olfUrA
vL; o`{kL; ewys ,d% liZ% vfi olfr] ;% lnSo izsE.kk if{k'kkodku~ j{kfrA izkr%
;nk [kxk% vkgkjk; xPNfUr rnk ,"k% liZ% izgjh bo rs"kka 'kkodku~ j{kfrA losZ [kxk%
fo'oLrk% lfUr ;r~ rs"kka 'kkodk% lqjf{krk% lfUrA ,oa Lusgsu rs dkya u;fUrA vn~Hkqrk
,"kk eS=kh ;=k Hk{kd% vfi j{kd% HkofrA

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×4¾2


(d) x`gkr~ cfg% d% vfLr\
([k) ds Lusgsu olfUr\
(x) dL; ewys liZ% olfr\
(?k) çkr% [kxk% fdeFk± xPNfUr\

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II- iw.kZokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2
(d) d% izgjh bo 'kkodku~ j{kfr\
([k) ds fo'oLrk% lfUr\

III- x|ka'kL; mfpra 'kh"kZda fy[krA 2×1¾2

IV- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×4¾4


(d) ^[kxk%* bfr fo'ks";inL; fo'ks"k.kina fde~\
([k) ^olfr* bfr fØ;kninL; dr`Zina fde~\
(x) ^vUr%* bfr inL; fda foykseina x|ka'ks iz;qDre~\
(?k) ^;% lnSo if{k'kkodku~ j{kfrA* vfLeu~ okD;s fde~ vO;;ine~\

[k.M% & ^[k* (jpukRed&dk;Ze~) 10 vÄ~dk%

2- fe=ka çfr fyf[krs i=ks e×tw"kk;k% mfprinkfu fpRok fjDrLFkkukfu iwj;r] i=ka p
mÙkjiqfLrdk;ka fy[krA ½×10¾5
ijh{kkHkoukr~]
frfFk% ----------------
fç; fe=k vfer
(1) ---------------------- ueLrsA
v=k lo± dq'kya orZrsA r=kkfi (2) ---------------------- Hkosr~A fe=k! xrlIrkgs
ee fo|ky;s (3) ---------------------- vk;ksftr% vHkor~A vge~ vfi vk;kstulfers%
lnL;k (4) ----------------------A lIrkgi;ZUra fo|ky;s laLÑre;a (5) ----------------------
vklhr~A "k"Vd{kkr% n'ked{kki;ZUra losZ Nk=kk% (6) ---------------------- ,o okrkZykiL;
lÄ~dYie~ vdqoZu~A
vfLeu~ voljs o;a fofoèkkuka çfr;ksfxrkuke~ (7) ---------------------- vfi
vdqeZA Nk=kk% vrho mRlkgsu (8) ---------------------- Hkkxa x`ghroUr%A vè;kidkuka

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(9) ---------------------- ,rr~ vk;kstua liQyr;k lEiUue~ vHkor~A
ekrk&fir`H;ka ee iz.kkeku~ fuosn;rqA
Hkor% fe=ke~
(10) ----------------------

lqesèkk] ekxZn'kZusu] çfr;ksfxrklq] lçse] dq'kya]


e×tw"kk %&
laLÑrlIrkg%] vkle~] laLÑrsu] okrkoj.ke~] vk;kstue~

3- vèk% çnÙka fp=ka n`"V~ok e×tw"kk;ka çnÙkinkuka lgk;r;k laLÑrsu i×p okD;kfu fy[krA 1×5¾5

xzke%] efgyk] tye~] dwikr~] nsoky;%] vfLr]


e×tw"kk %&
èot%] [kxk%] o`{kk%] iq"ikf.k] ;U=k'kkyk] x`ge~

[k.M% & ^x* (vuqç;qDr O;kdj.ke~) 40 vÄ~dk%

4- vèkksfyf[krokD;s"kq js[kkf¡rins"kq lfUèka lfUèkPNsna ok ÑRok iw.kZokD;a fy[kr & 1×4¾4


(d) egkRek ;Fkkle;a ukxfjdL; x`ga xroku~A
([k) 'kq¼a i;kZoj.ka losZ"kka thoue~A
(x) vge~ v|$,o bna dk;± iw.k± dfj";kfeA
(?k) lfUe=ka ekrso j{kfrA
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5- dks"Bds"kq çnÙk'kCnkuke~ mfpr:is.k okD;s"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) ---------------------- lsoua LokLF;k; fgrdje~A (iQy)
([k) rhFkZLFkys"kq vusds ---------------------- olfUrA (eqfu)
(x) ---------------------- okfVdk;ke~ vusds vkezo`{kk% lfUrA (rr~)
(?k) iq=k% ekr`fnols ---------------------- migkje~ vku;frA (ekr`)
(Ä) ---------------------- ukxfjd% ns'klsok;ka layXu% vfLrA (bne~)

6- vÄ~dkuka LFkkus mfpra lÄ~[;kokpda laLÑrina ç;qT; iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×4¾4
(d) ---------------------- f'k";k% fefyRok iBfUrA (3)
([k) e×ps ---------------------- xk;dk% xhra xk;fUrA (62)
(x) laln~Hkous ---------------------- lnL;k% mifLFkrk% lfUrA (98)
(?k) ee uxjs ---------------------- fpfdRlky;k% (55)

7- e×tw"kkr% mfpre~ vO;;ina fpRok okD;s"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwj;r iw.k± p okD;a fy[kr& ½×10¾5
(d) ---------------------- ee Hkzkrq% fookg% vHkor~A
([k) ifjJee~ ---------------------- liQyrk u çkI;rsA
(x) ijksidkfj.ks ---------------------- A
(?k) ---------------------- xq#dqyijEijk çpfyrk vklhr~A
(Ä) Jfed% o`{kL; ---------------------- foJkea djksfrA
(p) ---------------------- vLekda ØhMkfnol% Hkfo";frA
(N) ---------------------- vfronusuA
(t) ---------------------- tya Hkofr r=k if{k.k% vfi HkofUrA
(>) tUrq'kkyk;ka flag% ---------------------- vklhr~A
(×k) ---------------------- cky% ØhfMrqe~ bPNfrA

'o%] iqjk] vèkquk] ;=k] ue%]


e×tw"kk %&
fouk] g~;%] uhpS%] vye~] vfi

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8- js[kkf¡rins"kq milx± i`Fkd~ ÑRok la;ksT; ok fy[kr & ½×8¾4
(d) egkHkkjra O;klsu fo$jfpre~A
([k) tuk% çfrfnua O;k;kea dq;qZ%A
(x) Nk=k% ifjHkzE; d{kke~ vkxPNfrA
(?k) lq$Ñfr% ee l[kh vfLrA
(Ä) v'kksd% ijk$Øeh ;ks¼k vklhr~A
(p) thous nq"deZ u dÙkZO;e~A
(N) foKkuL; vUos"k.kkuka lnqi;ksxa dÙkZO;e~A
(t) firk iq=ke~ vk$fn'kfrA

9- js[kkf¡rins"kq ç;qDrka foHkfDra rRdkj.ka p fy[kr & 1×5¾5


(d) eqXèkk fp=kdyk;ka fuiq.kk vfLrA
([k) vè;kfidk iqLrdky;kr~ d{kka xPNfrA
(x) Nk=k% KkuktZua izfr tkx:d% Hkosr~A
(?k) m|kuL; iqjr% fo|ky;% vfLrA
(Ä) 'kksHku% cky% d{kk;k% cfg% dnkfi u HkzefrA

10- vèkksfyf[krkuka leLrinkuka leklL; ukekfu fy[kr & ½×6¾3


(d) çfro"kZe~ (?k) nsonkuokS
([k) yEcksnj% (Ä) ;Fkkfu;ee~
(x) Kkuiw.kZe~ (p) nqXèkèkoyk

11- dks"Bds"kq çnÙkèkkrwuke~ mfpr:is.k okD;s"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) lTtuk% nqxqZ.kku~ ----------------------A (R;t~] yV~ ydkjs)
([k) ;w;e~ ç'uksÙkjkf.k è;kusu ----------------------A (Le`] fofèkfyM~ydkjs)
(x) Jo.kdqekj% LofirjkS iw.kZfu"B;k ----------------------A (lso~] yÄ~ydkjs)
(?k) vkpk;Z% dFk;fr&Roa loZnk lR;e~ ----------------------A (on~] yksV~ydkjs)
(Ä) losZ fefyRok jk"VªL; mRFkkuk; iz;kle~ ----------------------A (Ñ] y`V~ ydkjs)
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12- vèkksfyf[krs"kq okD;s"kq çÑfr&çR;;kS la;ksT; foHkT; ok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr & 1×5¾5
(d) f'k";% xq:a lso~$rqequ~ rRij% vfLrA
([k) vèkquk ckydS% iqLrdkfu u iB~$DrA
(x) fnO;k loZnk iqjLdkja çkIrorhA
(?k) ØhMu~ f'k'kq% çlUu% HkofrA
(Ä) 'kSf{kdHkze.kk; xUrqe~ Nk=kk% m|rk% HkofUrA

[k.M% & ^?k* (ifBr&vocksèkue~) 40 vÄ~dk%

13- vèkksfyf[kra x|ka'ke~ ifBRok ç'ukuke~ mÙkjkf.k fy[kr & 5


eklkuUrje~ ,dokja iqu% l% ,o iq#"k% egkRekua x`ge~ vkxUrqe~ vdFk;r~A
egkRek lgt:is.k rL; fueU=k.ka LohÑroku~A ,rr~ n`"V~ok l% iq#"k% egkReu% pj.k;ks%
virr~ vJwf.k izokgek.k% p U;osn;r~ & ¶egkReu~! e;k f}okja Hkor% vieku% Ñr%
ija Hkoku~ fdefi u vdFk;r~A iqu% ee fuosnua LohÑroku~A e;k vijkèk% Ñr%A Ñi;k
eka n.M;rq¸A egkRek foBksok 'kkUrHkkosu vonr~ & Øksèksu dk;± u flè;frA

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2¾1


(d) d% vonr~ & Øksèksu dk;± u flè;fr\
([k) egkRek lgt:is.k rL; fde~ LohÑroku~\

II- iw.kZokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) l% iq#"k% egkReu% pj.k;ks% ifrRok fda U;osn;r~\
([k) eklkuUrje~ iq#"k% fde~ vdFk;r~\

III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) ^egkRek foBksok 'kkUrHkkosu vonr~*A vfLeu~ okD;s ^egkRek foBksok* bfr
dr`ZinL; fØ;kina fde~\
([k) ^l% iq#"k%* vu;ks% in;ks% fo'ks";ina fde~\
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14- vèkksfyf[kra 'yksda ifBRok ç'ukuke~ mÙkjkf.k fy[kr & 5
ficfUr u|% Lo;eso ukEHk%
Lo;a u [kknfUr iQykfu o`{kk%A
uknfUr 'kL;a [kyq okfjokgk%
ijksidkjk; lrka foHkwr;%AA

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2¾1


(d) ds Lo;a iQykfu u [kknfUr\
([k) okfjokgk% fde~ uknfUr\

II- iw.kZokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) lrka foHkwr;% fdeFk± HkofUr\
([k) u|% Lo;eso fde~ u ficfUr\

III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2¾2


(d) ^okfjokgk% 'kL;a [kyq u vnfUrA* vfLeu~ okD;s vO;;ina fde~\
([k) 'yksds ^lTtukuka* bfr inL; lekukFkZdina fda iz;qDre~\

15- vèkksfyf[kra ukV~;ka'ka ifBRok ç'ukuke~ mÙkjkf.k fy[kr & 5


vU;% Nk=k% & fde~ ,rs egksn;k% vLekda jk"VªL; ^oSKkfud ijke'kZnkrkj%* vfi
vHkou~\
vkpk;Z% & vke~A v"Vuofr&vfèkd ,dksufoa'kfr'krres o"ksZ (1998) ,rs"kka
egksn;kuka fu;qfDr% vfLeu~ ins vHkor~A
vU;k Nk=kk & vLekda jk"VªL; loksZPpa ukxfjda lEekue~ ^HkkjrjRue~* vfi ,rs
egksn;k% izkIroUr%A
vkpk;Z% & vke~A lIruofr vfèkd ,dksufoa'kfr'krres o"ksZ (1997) egksn;%
bna lEekua izkIroku~A v;a egkuqHkko% Loxq.kkuq:ie~ vLekda jk"VªL;
jk"Vªirs% ine~ vyÄ~Ñroku~A vrho izsj.kknk;de~ vklhr~ vL;
egksn;L; thoue~A
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losZ & vke~ ekU;oj! MkW- dyke egksn;L; thouL; lUns'k% vfLr &
^thous dnkfi vkRekua y?kqe~ vlgk;a p ek fpUr;UrqA l¡Yis
n`<+fo'okls vk'kk;ka p lkiQY;a fufgre~ vfLrA*

I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2¾1


(d) vCnqydyke&egksn;L; thoue~ dhn`'ke~ vklhr~\
([k) jk"VªL; loksZPpa ukxfjda lEekue~ fde~ vfLr\
II- iw.kZokD;su mÙkjr & 1×2¾2
(d) dyke&egksn;L; thouL; lUns'k% d% vfLr\
([k) dnk egksn;kuka fu;qfDr% ^oSKkfud&ijke'kZnkrkj%* bfr ins vHkor~\
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2¾2
(d) vfLeu~ ukV;ka'ks ^lgk;e~* bfr inL; fde~ foykseina iz;qDre~\
([k) ^bna lEekue~* vu;ks% in;ks% fo'ks"k.kina fde~A

16- e×tw"kk;ke~ çnÙkS% inS% fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.k± HkkokFk± fy[kr & ½×10¾5
(d) fo|k nnkfr fou;e~A
HkkokFkZ% & fo|k vFkkZr~ (1) ------------------- euq";k; (2) ------------------- ;PNfrA tuk%
(3) ------------------- uezrka izkIuqofUr vr% fo|ka izkI; (4) ------------------- ek
dq#rA fo|ka fouk ekuokuka (5) ------------------- dfBue~ vfLrA

e×tw"kk % fouezrka] thoue~] Kkue~] vfHkekua fo|;k

([k) Ñ.oUrks fo'oek;Ze~A


HkkokFkZ% & o;a losZ fefyRok lEiw.k± (1) ------------------- vk;± djokeA vL; v;e~
vk'k;% vfLr ;r~ dsoye~ ,da (2) -------------------] ,da xzkee~ vFkok ,da
(3) ------------------- ,o vk;Ze~ vFkkZr~ Js"Ba u dq;kZe vfirq fo'oL; losZ"kka
(4) ------------------- nks"kku~ nwjhÑR; o;a lEiw.k± fo'oe~ ,o (5) -------------------
dfj";ke%A
e×tw"kk % tukuka] jk"Vªe~] fo'oe~] tue~] vk;Ze~
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17- vèkksfyf[krkS 'yksdkS ifBRok mfprinS% fjDrLFkkukfu iwjf;Rok iw.kZe~ vUo;a fy[kr & ½×10¾5
(d) fuUnUrq uhfrfuiq.kk% ;fn ok LrqoUrq
y{eh% lekfo'krq xPNrq ok ;Fks"Ve~A
v|So ok ej.keLrq ;qxkUrjs ok
U;k;kRiFk% izfopyfUr ina u èkhjk%AA
vUo;% & uhfrfuiq.kk% ;fn (1) ------------------- LrqoUrq ok] (2) -------------------
lekfo'krq] ;Fks"Va ok (3) -------------------] ej.ke~ vFkSo vLrq
(4)-------------- ok èkhjk% (5)-------------- iFk% ina u çfopyfUrA

([k) ;s"kka u fo|k u riks u nkue~
Kkua u 'khya u xq.kks u èkeZ%A
rs eR;Zyksds Hkqfo HkkjHkwrk%
euq";:is.k e`xk% pjfUrAA
vUo;% & ;s"kka u (1) ------------------- u ri% u nkua] u (2) -------------------
u 'khya u xq.k% u èkeZ% p (Hkofr)A rs (tuk%) (3) -------------------
Hkqfo (4) ----------------- euq";:is.k e`xk% (bo) (5) ---------------

18- vèkksfyf[krkfu okD;kfu dFkkØekuqlkja la;ksT; iw.kkZfu okD;kfu fy[kr dsoya


ØelÄ~[;k u ys[kuh;k & ½×8¾4
(d) losZ ew"kdk% pfdrk% vHkou~A
([k) Ük`xkya â"Va iq"Va n`"V~ok ew"kdk% fpfUrroUr%A
(x) ,dnk ,d% Ük`xky% Hkkstua izkIrqe~ brLrr% Hkzefr LeA
(?k) Ük`xky% lw;± çfr eq[ka ÑRok fr"BfrA
(Ä) Ük`xky% ew"kdo`Una n`"Voku~A
(p) ew"kdk% Lorh{.knUrS% Ük`xkyL; uk'ke~ vdqoZu~A
(N) volja izkI; Ük`xky% izfrfnue~ ,da ew"kda [kknfrA
(t) ew"kdk% izfrfnue~ Ük`xkya lsforqe~ r=k vkxPNfUrA

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19- vèkksfyf[krs"kq okD;s"kq js[kkf¡rinkfu vkèk`R; ç'ufuekZ.ka ÑRok iw.k± okD;a fy[kr dsoya
ç'uokpda ina u ys[kuh;e~ & 1×5¾5
(d) pVdk;k% x`ge~ vfi u"Ve~ vHkor~A
([k) Nk=kk% xq#.kke~ nsorkor~ lsoka dqoZUrqA
(x) tysu iwfjr% ?kV% 'kCna u djksfrA
(?k) lalkjs lR;L; t;% HkofrA
(Ä) egf"kZ% Hkkjrs loZ=k vHkzer~A

20- vèkksfyf[krkuka inkuke~ mfprkFkSZ% lg esyua ÑRok fy[kr & 1×6¾6


(i) çfl¼k (d) èkjk
(ii) okfp ([k) le;%
(iii) vuo|kfu (x) us=ke~
(iv) i`Foh (?k) fo[;krk
(v) dky% (Ä) vfuUnuh;kfu
(vi) ykspue~ (p) ok.;ke~

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laLÑre~
okf"kZd&ijh{kk
  v¡foHkktue~ mÙkjlÄ~dsrk'p iw.kkZÄ~dk% & 100
funsZ'k% & vfLeu~ mÙkjlÄ~dsrs fyf[krsH;% mÙksjH;% vU;r~ vfi fdf×pr~ mfpre~ mÙkja Hkforqa
'kDuksfrA
ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%

[k.M% ^d* (vifBr&vocksèkue~) 10 vÄ~dk%

1- I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×4 2


(d) o`{k%
([k) [kxk%
(x) o`{kL;
(?k) vkgkjk;
II- (d) liZ% çgjh bo 'kkodku~ j{kfrA 1×2 2
([k) [kxk% fo'oLrk% lfUrA
III- ^vn~Hkqrk eS=kh* vFkok vU;n~ vfi fdf×pn~ mfpra 'kh"kZoaQ Nk=kk%
ysf[krqa 'kDuqofUrA 2×1 2
IV- (d) fofoèkk%@losZ 1×4 4
([k) liZ%
(x) cfg%
(?k) lnSo

[k.M% ^[k* (jpukRed&dk;Ze~) 10 vÄ~dk%

2- i=kys[kue~ ½×10
5
(1) lçse (6) laLÑrsu
(2) dq'kye~ (7) vk;kstue~
(3) laLÑrlIrkg% (8) izfr;ksfxrklq
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ç'u& vÄ~d&
mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
(4) vkle~ (9) ekxZn'kZusu
(5) okrkoj.ke~ (10) lqesèkk

3- fp=ko.kZue~ 1×5 5
Nk=kk% fp=kkuq:ia LosPN;k i×p okD;kfu ysf[k";fUrA

[k.M% ^x* (vuqç;qDr O;kdj.ke~) 40 vÄ~dk%



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([k) 'kq¼a ifj$vkoj.ka losZ"kka thoue~A
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(?k) lfUe=ka ekrk$bo j{kfrA 1×4 4

5- (d) iQykuke~@iQyL; lsoua LokLF;k; fgrdje~A


([k) rhFkZLFkys"kq vusds equ;% olfUrA
(x) rL;ke~ okfVdk;ke~ vusds vkezo`{kk% lfUrA
(?k) iq=k% ekr`fnols ek=ks migkje~ vku;frA
(Ä) v;e~ ukxfjd% ns'klsok;ka layXu% vfLrA 1×5 5

6- (d) =k;%@frlz% f'k";k% fefyRok iBfUrA


([k) e×ps f}"kf"V% xk;dk% xhra xk;fUrA
(x) laln~ Hkous v"Vuofr% lnL;k% mifLFkrk% lfUrA
(?k) ee uxjs i×pi×pk'kr~ fpfdRlky;k% lfUrA 1×4 4

7- (d) g~;% ee Hkzkrq% fookg% vHkor~A


([k) ifjJea fouk liQyrk u izkI;rsA
(x) ijksidkfj.ks ue%A
(?k) iqjk xq#dqyijEijk izpfyrk vklhr~A
(Ä) Jfed% o`{kL; uhpS% foJkea djksfrA
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mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
(p) 'o% vLekda ØhMkfnol% Hkfo";frA
(N) vye~ vfronusuA
(t) ;=k tya Hkofr r=k if{k.k% vfi HkofUrA
(>) tUrq'kkyk;ka flag% vfi vklhr~A
(×k) vèkquk cky% ØhfMrqe~ bPNfrA ½×10 5

8- (d) fojfpre~
([k) izfr
(x) ifj
(?k) lqÑfr%
(Ä) ijkØeh
(p) nql~
(N) vuq
(t) vkfn'kfr ½×8 4

9- (d) lIreh foHkfDr% ^fuiq.kk* ;ksxsA


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(x) f}rh;k foHkfDr% ^izfr* ;ksxsA
(?k) "k"Bh foHkfDr% ^iqjr%* ;ksxsA
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(x) rRiq#"k% lekl%
(?k) }U}% lekl%
(Ä) vO;;hHkko% lekl%
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mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
11- (d) lTtuk% nqxqZ.kku~ R;tfUrA
([k) ;w;e~ ç'uksÙkjkf.k è;kusu LejsrA
(x) Jo.kdqekj% LofirjkS iw.kZfu"B;k vlsorA
(?k) vkpk;Z% dFk;fr&Roa loZnk lR;a onA
(Ä) losZ fefyRok jk"VªL; mRFkkuk; iz;kla dfj";fUrA 1×5 5

12- (d) f'k";% xq:a lsforqa rRij% vfLrA


([k) vèkquk ckydS% iqLrdkfu u ifBrkfuA
(x) fnO;k loZnk iqjLdkja ç$vki~$DrorqA
(?k) ØhM~$'kr` f'k'kq% izlUu% HkofrA
(Ä) 'kSf{kdHkze.kk; xe~$rqequ~ Nk=kk% m|rk% HkofUrA 1×5 5

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13- I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2 1


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([k) fueU=k.ke~
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e;k f}okja Hkor% vieku% Ñr% ija Hkoku~ fdefi u vdFk;r~A
iqu% ee fuosnua LohÑroku~A e;k vijkèk% Ñr%A Ñi;k eka
n.M;rq¸A
([k) eklkuUrja iq#"k% egkRekua x`ge~ vkxUrqe~ vdFk;r~A
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) vonr~
([k) iq:"k%

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mÙkjlÄ~dsrk%
lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%

14- I- ,dinsu & ½×2 1


(d) o`{kk%
([k) 'kL;e~
II- iw.kZokD;su & 1×2 2
(d) lrka foHkwr;% ijksidkjk; HkofUrA
([k) u|% Lo;eso tye~@vEHk% u ficfUrA
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) [kyq@u
([k) lrke~

15- I- ,dinsu mÙkjr & ½×2 1


(d) çsj.kknk;de~
([k) HkkjrjRue~
II- iw.kZokD;su & 1×2 2
(d) dyke egksn;L; thouL; lUns'k% vfLr & ^thous dnkfi
vkRekua y?kqe~ vlgk;a p ek fpUr;UrqA l¡Yis n`<+fo'okls
vk'kk;ka p lkiQY;a fufgre~ vfLrA
([k) v"Vuofr&vfèkd&,dksufoa'kfr'krres o"ksZ (1998) egksn;kuka
fu;qfDr% ^oSKkfud&ijke'kZnkrkj%* bfr ins vHkor~A
III- funsZ'kkuqlkje~ mÙkjr & 1×2 2
(d) vlgk;e~
([k) bne~

16- (d)fo|k vFkkZr~ (1) Kkue~ euq";k; (2) fouezrka ;PNfrA tuk%
(3) fo|;k uezrka izkIuqofUr vr% fo|ka izkI; (4) vfHkekue~ ek
dq#rA fo|ka fouk ekuokuka (5) thoue~ dfBue~ vfLrA

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lÄ~[;k foHkktue~ ;ksx%
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vk'k;% vfLr ;r~ dsoye~ ,da (2) tue~] ,da xzkee~ vFkok ,da
(3) jk"Vªe~ ,o vk;Ze~ vFkkZr~ Js"Ba u dq;kZe~ vfirq fo'oL;
losZ"kka (4) tukuka nks"kku~ nwjhÑR; o;a lEiw.k± fo'oe~ ,o
(5) vk;Ze~ dfj";ke%A ½×10 5

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(5) U;k;kr~ iFk% ina u çfopyfUrA
([k);s"kka u (1) fo|k u ri% u nkua] u (2) Kkue~ u 'khya u xq.k%
u èkeZ% p (Hkofr)A rs (tuk%) (3) eR;Zyksds Hkqfo (4) HkkjHkwrk%
euq";:is.k e`xk% (bo) (5) pjfUrA ½×10 5

18- (d) ,dnk ,d% Ük`xky% Hkkstua izkIrqe~ brLrr% Hkzefr LeA
([k) Ük`xky% ew"kdo`Una n`"Voku~A
(x) Ük`xky% lw;± izfr eq[ka ÑRok fr"BfrA
(?k) losZ ew"kdk% pfdrk% vHkou~A
(Ä) ew"kdk% izfrfnue~ Ük`xkya lsforqa r=k vkxPNfUrA
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(t) ew"kdk% Lorh{.knUrS% Ük`xkyL; uk'ke~ vdqoZu~A ½×8 4

19- (d) dL;k% x`ge~ vfi u"Ve~ vHkor~\


([k) Nk=kk% ds"kke~ nsorkor~ lsoka dqoZUrq\
(x) dsu iwfjr% ?kV% 'kCna u djksfr\
(?k) lalkjs dL; t;% Hkofr\
(Ä) d% Hkkjrs loZ=k vHkzer~\ 1×5 5

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(iii) vuo|kfu & vfuUnuh;kfu
(iv) i`Foh & èkjk
(v) dky% & le;%
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okf"kZd&ijh{kk
fuèkkZfjre~
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'kS{kf.kd& mís';e~ fo"k;oLrq iz'uizdkj% vÄ~d&
lÄ~[;k Lrje~
foHkktue~
1- Kkue~@vocksèkue~ vifBr vocksèkue~ y?kwÙkjkRed% I 6 lkekU;e~@ljye~
y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4
2- vfHkO;fDr% fp=ko.kZue~ fucUèkkRed% 5 dfBue~
3- vfHkO;fDr%@vocksèkue~ i=ke~ fucUèkkRed% 5 lkekU;e~
4- Le`R;kRede~ lfUèk% y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4 lkekU;e~
5- Le`R;kRede~ 'kCn:ikf.k y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~
6- Le`R;kRede~ lÄ~[;k y?kwÙkjkRed% II 4 ljye~
7- Le`R;kRede~ vO;;inkfu y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 ljye~
8- Le`R;kRede~ milxkZ% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 4 ljye~
9- Le`R;kRede~ dkjd&foHkfDr% y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~@ljye~
10- Le`R;kRede~ lekl% y?kwÙkjkRed% I 3 ljye~
11- Le`R;kRede~ èkkrq:ikf.k y?kwÙkjkRed% II 5 lkekU;e~
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20- Kkue~@cksèkue~ 'kCnesyue~ y?kwÙkjkRed% I 6 ljye~

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SCIENCE and technology
(term - I)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100
A. Weightage to content / subject units
PHYSICS (36 Marks)
S. No. Name of Unit Marks

1. Force and Pressure 10
2. Friction 8
3. Electric Current and its Chemical Effects 10
4. Earthquakes 8
CHEMISTRY (32 Marks)
1. Sources of Energy 10
2. Combustion 12
3. Pollution of Air 10
BIOLOGY (32 Marks)
1. Crop Production and Its Management 11
2. Micro-organisms : Friends or Foes 11
3. Conservation of Plants and Animals 10
B. Weightage to form of questions :
S. No. From of Question Marks for No. of Total
each question Questions Marks
1. One word Answer 1 4 (Parts) 4
2. Fill up the Blanks 1 4 (Parts) 4
3 Choose the Correct Option 1 4 (Parts) 4
4. Very Short Answer-Type 1 (VSA I) 1 4 (Parts) 4
5. Very Short Answer-Type 2 (VSA II) 2 12 24
6. Short Answer (SA) 3 10 30
7. Long Answer 5 6 30
32 100

C. Weightage to difficulty level of questions :


S. No. Objective Percentage of Total
Marks Marks
1. Easy 15% 15
2. Average 70% 70
3. Difficult 15% 15
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D. Question Wise Analysis :
Knowledge Based Question : 20%
(Recall, Remember, Recognise, Identify)
Under Standing Based Questions : 40%
(Interpret, classify, campare, explain, infer)
Application Based Questions : 40%
(Apply, analyse, execute, implement, evaluate, diagrams, graphs)

E. Scheme of options :
There will be no choice overall. However, there would be an internal choice in
3 questions of the 5 marks category and in 3 questions either of 2 marks /
3 marks category.

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SCIENCE and technology
blue print
(term - I)
Subject : Physics (Theory) Maximum Marks : 36

1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

Force i) types of forces 2(1)


and ii) Liquid pressure 3(1)
1.
Pressure iii) Pressure and its 5(1)
(Chapter - 4) application 10(3)
i) types of friction 1(1)
ii) methods of
reducing friction 1(1)
iii) Lubricant,
Friction
2. friction is a
(Chapter - 5)
necessary evil 3(1)
iv) friction and
factors affecting
friction. 3(1) 8(4)
i) Cause of
conductivity of
Electric
liquids. 1(1)
Current
ii) Conduction
and its
through liquids 1(1)
3. Chemical
iii) Electro magnetic
Effects
Induction 3(1)
(Lesson
iv) Practical
-16
applications of
electrolysis 5(1) 10(4)
i) The focus 1(1)
ii) Earthquake 1(1)
iii) Effects of an
Earthqu-
earthquake 2(1)
akes
4. iv) Precautions
(Lesson
during
- 18)
earthquake 2(1)
v) Measuring an
earthquake 2(1) 8(5)
1(1) 1(1) 1(1) 1(3) 2(4) 3(4) 5(2) 36(16)

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SCIENCE and technology
blue print
(term - I)
Subject : Chemistry Maximum Marks : 32

1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

Petroleum 1(1)
Natural Gas 1(1)
Coal and its types 3(1)
Sources
OR or
1. of
Alternate Sources of 3(1)
Energy
energy
Refining and
Petroleum products 5(1) 10(4)

Conditions of 2(1)
Combustion Fire 2(1)
Control
Types of cambuste.
3(1)
Combus- Flame and its zones 5(1)
2.
tion OR or
Characteristics 5(1)
of good fuel and
Harmful effects of
fuels. 12(4)

Green house effect 1(1)


Air pollutants 1(1) 2(1)
Acid Rain 1(1)
Pollution
3. Causes of air
of Air
pollution 2(1)
Measures to check
global warming. 3(1) 10(6)

1(2) 1(1) 1(1) 1(1) 2(4) 3(3) 5(2) 32(14)

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SCIENCE and technology
blue print
(term - I)
Subject : Biology Maximum Marks : 32

1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

(1) Viruses are


unique 1(1)
Micro (2) Microorganisms
2(1)
organism as our friends
1.
Friends (3) Importance in
or Foes Human Health 3(1)
(4) Food
preservation 5(1) 11(4)

Crop
(1) Agricultural
Product- 1(1)
Practices
2. ion and its V.B.
(2) Crop Protection 2(1)
Manage- 3(1)
(3) Manuring 5(1)
ment 11(4)

(1) Conservation
of Forests and
wildlife 1(1) 1(1) 2(1)
(2) Endemic Species 1(1)
Conserva- (3) Mirgration 2(1)
tion of (4) Domestic
3.
plants & consequences of
Animals Deforestation
3(1)
OR
or
(4) Global
3(1)
consequences of
Deforestation 10(6)

1(1) 1(2) 1(2) 2(4) 3(3) 5(2) 32(14)

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science and technology
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. There is no overall choice. However, internal choices have been provided in three
questions of 3 marks category and 3 questions of 5 marks category.
3. Every part from Q1 to Q4 carry 1 mark each.
4. Q5 to Q 16 are very short answer type - II and carry 2 marks each.
5. Q17 to Q26 are short answer type questions and carry 3 marks each.
6. Q27 to Q32 are long answer type questions and carry 5 marks each.
lkekU; funsZ'k %
1- lHkh ç'u vfuok;Z gSaA
2- lkefxzd fodYi ugha fn;k x;k gSA rFkkfi 3 vad dh Js.kh eas ls fdUgha rhu ç'uksa rFkk 5 vad
dh Js.kh ds 3 ç'uksa esa vkarfjd fodYi çnku fd, x, gSaA
3- ç- la- 1 ls 4 rd çR;sd dk 1 vad gSA
4- ç- la- 5 ls 16 y?kqÙkjkRed ç'u gS ,oa buesa ls çR;sd ç'u nks vadksa dk gSA
5- ç- la- 17 ls 26 Hkh y?kqÙkjkRed ç'u gS ,oa buesa ls çR;sd ç'u 3 vadks dk gSA
6- ç- la- 27 ls 32 nh?kZ mÙkjkRed ç'u gS ,oa buesa ls çR;sd ç'u 5 vadks dk gSA

1. Write one word for the following statements :


fuEu vfHkdFkuksa ds fy, ,d 'kCn fyf[k, %

(a) The type of friction which comes into existence when one surface
slides over the other surface. 1
tc ,d i`"B nwljs i`"B ij fiQlyrk gS rks mRiUu gksus okys ?k"kZ.k dk çdkjA

(b) The origin of the earthquake, the point at which tension is released. 1
HkwdEi ds mn~xe esa og fcanq ftl ij ruko dk ekspu gksrk gSA

(c) A fossil fuel, which is a dark coloured, viscous liquid. 1


,d thok'eh b±èku tks xgjs jax dk xk<+k æo gSA
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(d) Name the first National Park in India which was established in 1935. 1
Hkkjr esa çFke jk"Vªh; m|ku dk uke ftldh LFkkiuk 1935 esa gqbZ FkhA

2. Fill up the blanks :

fjDr LFkku Hkfj, %&


(a) Smaller earthquakes that happen at the same place before the larger
earthquake follows are called ___________. 1
cM+s HkwdEi ls iwoZ mlh LFkku ij ?kfVr gksus okys NksVs HkwdEiksa dks ___________

dgk tkrk gSA


(b) Flow of electricity in liquids is due to the movement of ___________

present in them. 1
æoksa esa fo|qr dk çokg muesa fo|eku ___________ dh xfr ds dkj.k
gksrk gSA
(c) Examples of two gases which cause green house effect are

___________ and ___________ . 1

ikSèkk&?kj çHkko mRiUu djus okyh nks xSlksa ds mnkgj.k gSa ___________ vkSj
___________ A

(d) ___________ is a project concerning nature started by Indian

Government? 1
_______ ,d Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk vkjaHk dh xbZ çÑfr ls lacafèkr ifj;kstuk gSA

3. Choose the correct option :

lgh fodYi dk p;u dhft, %


(a) Which of the following substances, when dissolved in water, will
make the bulb of the continuity tester glow? (Sugar, Copper sulphate) 1
ty esa ?kksys tkus ij fn, x, fodYi esa ls dkSu lk inkFkZ fujarj ijh{kd ds cYo
dks míhIr j[kus esa lgk;d gksxk\ ('kdZjk] dkWij lYisQV)

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(b) Premature leaf drop occurs due to high concentration of this air

pollutant : ___________ [Carbon monoxide/CFC/smog] 1


bl ok;q&çnw"kd dh vR;kfèkd ek=kk ds dkj.k vifjiDo ir>M+ gksrk gS %
___________ [dkcZu eksuksDlkbM @ DykjksÝyksjksdkcZu (CFC) @ èkwe&dksgjk]
(c) Viruses exhibit the characteristics of which of the following? (Living

only / living and non-living both) 1


okbjl uhps fn, x, esa ls fdlds vfHky{k.k çnf'kZr djrs gSa\ (dsoy ltho]
nksuksa ltho rFkk futhZo)
(d) Lion tailed macaque is an example of which of the following species

(extinct or endemic) 1
yk;u VsYM edkm uhps nh xbZ fdl Lih'kht dk mnkgj.k gS\
(yqIr vFkok LFkkfud)

4. Answer the following questions in short.


fuEu ç'uksa dk la{ksi esa mÙkj fyf[k, %
(a) Ball beaings are used in Machines. Why? 1
e'khuksa esa ckWy fc;fjax dk mi;ksx D;ksa fd;k tkrk gS\
(b) What is marble cancer? 1
^ekcZy dSalj* D;k gksrk gS\
(c) Natural gas is called a cleaner fuel. Give reason. 1
çkÑfrd xSl dks LoPN b±èku dgk tkrk gSA dkj.k fyf[k,A
(d) Mention the basis on which Kharif and Rabi crops are categorised? 1
[kjhiQ rFkk jch iQlyksa dks ftl vkèkkj ij lqfuf'pr fd;k tkrk gS mldk
mYys[k dhft,A

5. Name the type of force which results when two Interacting bodies are in
direct physical contact with each other. Give two examples of it. 2
tc nks ijLij çHkko Mkyus okys fi.M ,d nwljs ds lhèks laidZ esa gksrs gSa rks
ifj.kkeh cy dk çdkj fyf[k,A blds nks mnkgj.k nhft,A
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6. Write two safety precautions that one can take after an earthquake. 2
HkwdEi ds i'pkr~ fdlh O;fDr }kjk yh tk ldus okyh nks lqj{kk lkoèkkfu;ka
fyf[k,A

7. Write any two harmful effects of an earthquake. 2


HkwdEi ds dksbZ nks gkfudkjd çHkko fyf[k,A

8. Write two features of a Richter Scale. 2


fjDVj iSekus ds nks y{k.k fyf[k,A

9. State any two causes of air pollution. 2


ok;q çnw"k.k ds dksbZ nks dkjd fyf[k,A

10. How is high concentration of Nitrogen dioxide in air is harmful to plants


and human beings? 2
ok;q esa ukbVªkstu MkbvkWDlkbM dh mPp lkaærk ikSèkksa rFkk euq";ksa ds fy, fdl izdkj
gkfudkjd gS\

11. Flame of a burning candle goes off, when we blow over it strongly.
Give two reastons. 2
tc ge tyrh gqbZ eksecÙkh dh ykS dks çcyrk ls iwaQd ekjrs gSa rks og cq> tkrh gSA
nks dkj.k nhft,A

12. Explain two ways of extingushing fire produced by Kerosene. 2


fdjkslhu }kjk mRiUu vkx dks cq>kus dh fdUgha nks fofèk;ksa dks foLrkj ls fyf[k,A

13. Name the bacteria that turn -


(a) Milk into curd.
(b) Atmospheric Nitrogen into Nitrates. 2
ml thok.kq dk uke fyf[k, tks ifjofrZr djrk gS %
(a) nwèk dks ngh esa
(b) ok;qeaMyh; ukbVªkstu dks ukbVªsV esa

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14. "Some plants compete for water and light and affect production of crop."

What are they called? How can they be removed? 2


¶dqN ikSèks ty rFkk çdk'k ds fy, çfrLièkkZ djrs gSa rFkk iQly dh mRikndrk ij
çHkko Mkyrs gSaA¸ bUgsa D;k dgk tkrk gS\ bUgas fdl çdkj fudkyk tk ldrk gS\

15. Every year some of the bird Species migrate from one place to another.
Give any two reasons? 2
çfr o"kZ if{k;ksa dh dqN Lih'kht ,d LFkku ls nwljs LFkku ij LFkkukUrj.k djrh gSaA
dksbZ nks dkj.k fyf[k,A

16. Explain, with the help of an example, that every organism has an

important role to play in a food chain in an ecosystem. 2


,d mnkgj.k dh lgk;rk ls Li"V dhft, fd fdlh ikfjrU=k esa çR;sd tho dh vkgkj
J`a[kyk esa ,d çeq[k Hkwfedk gksrh gSA

17. Ram while drinking cold drink with a straw started playing with it and

kept his thumb on the top of the straw with cold drink in it. He was

surprised to see that the cold drink was not flowing out of it. What is

the reason behind the above observation. Also give one application

of the scientific principle involved in the above situation. 3


jke LVªk ls 'khry is; ihus ds nkSjku mlls [ksyus yx x;k rFkk mlus 'khry is; ls
Hkjs gq, LVªk ds Åijh fljs ij viuk vaxwBk j[k fn;kA og ;g ns[k dj vk'p;Zpfdr
gks x;k fd 'khry is; LVªk ls ckgj dh vksj ugha fxj jgk gSA bl çs{k.k ds ihNs D;k
dkj.k gSA vkfyIr oSKkfud fl¼kar dk ,d vuqç;ksx Hkh fyf[k,A

18. You are provided with a coil of insulated copper wire, a magnet and a

torch bulb.

(i) using these objects, explain the experiemental set up used to make the

bulb glow.
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(ii) How will you reverse the direction of current in the coil?

(iii) Draw the diagram of the experimental setup. 3


vkidks ,d fo|qr jksèkh dkWij dh rkj dh dq.Myh] ,d pqEcd rFkk ,d VkWpZ cYo
miyCèk djk, x, gSa %
(i) bu oLrqvksa dk mi;ksx djrs gq, cYc dks míhIr djus ds fy, çk;ksfxd O;oLFkk
dk Li"Vhdj.k dhft,A
(ii) dq.Myh esa fo|qr èkkjk dh fn'kk dks vki fdl çdkj mYVk djsaxs\
(iii) çk;ksfxd O;oLFkk dk vkjs[k [khafp,A

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 18 (iii)

ç-la- 18 (iii) ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

(iii) How can you increase the current that flows through the coil.

(iii) dq.Myh ls izokfgr fo|qr èkkjk dks vki fdl izdkj c<+k ldrs gSa\

19. What is meant by a lubricant? Why should we lubricate the moving

parts of our vehicles? (any 2 points)

Lusgd ls D;k rkRi;Z gS\ gesa vius okguksa ds xfr'khy Hkkxksa dks fpduk D;ksa j[kuk
pkfg,\ (dksbZ nks fcanq) 3

OR (vFkok)

(a) Why is Streamlined shape given to objects moving through fluids?

(b) 'Friction is essential'. Give any two examples to prove the statement.

(a) æoksa ij xfr djus okyh oLrqvksa dks èkkjk js[kh; vkdkj D;ksa fn;k tkrk gS\
(b) ?k"kZ.k vko';d gSA bl dFku dks lR;kfir djus ds fy, dksbZ nks mnkgj.k
nhft,A

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20. (a) Rohan has to push a smaller and lighter cabinet and Ruchit has to
push a bigger and heavier cabinet. Who will experience more
frictional force.
(b) Observe the given diagram and answer the question that follows :-
Case A Case B

Towel Marble
Floor

In which case will the toy car move with a higher speed and why? 3
(a) jksgu dks ,d NksVh rFkk gYdh vyekjh èkdsyuh gS rFkk jfpr dks ,d cM+h rFkk
Hkkjh vyekjh èkdsyuh gSA fdldks vfèkd ?k"kZ.k cy dk vuqHko gksxk\
(b) fn, x, vkjs[k dks çsf{kr dhft, rFkk ml ij vkèkkfjr ç'u dk mÙkj
fyf[k, %&
çdj.k A çdj.k B

rkSfy;k laxejej
dk iQ'kZ
fdl çdj.k esa f[kykSuk dkj vfèkd pky ls xfr djsxh rFkk D;ksa\

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 20 (b)


ç-la- 20 (b) ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

(b) A toy car is made to move on a towel and a marble floor. In which
case the toy car moves with a higher speed and why?
,d f[kykSuk dkj dks igys ,d rkSfy;s ij rFkk mlds i'pkr~ laxejej ds iQ'kZ
ij xfr esa yk;k tkrk gS fdl izdj.k esa f[kykSuk dkj vfèkd pky ls xfr
djsxh rFkk D;ksa\
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21. State one similarity and one dissimilarity between rapid and explosive
combustion. Give one example of each. 3
rhoz rFkk foLiQksVd ngu ds eè; ,d lekurk rFkk ,d vlekurk fyf[k,A izR;sd
dk ,d mnkgj.k nhft,A

22. Suggest any three measures to check global warming. 3


oSf'od Å"ehdj.k dks jksdus ds fy, fdUgha rhu mik;ksa dk lq>ko nhft,A

23. Name the different varieties of coal. Mention any two points on which
they differ from each other.
dks;ys dh fofHkUu fdLeksa ds uke fyf[k,A fdUgha nks fcanqvksa dk mYys[k dhft, ftu
ij os ,d nwljs ls fHkUu gSaA 3

OR (vFkok)

Why is there a need of alternate sources of energy? [State any three points]
ÅtkZ ds oSdfYid L=kksrksa dh vko';drk D;ksa gS\ (dksbZ rhu fcanq fyf[k,A)

24. India has been declared polio free by WHO. Name the method used to
prevent polio. Write the effectiveness of this method. 3
Hkkjr dks WHO }kjk iksfy;ks eqDr ?kksf"kr fd;k x;k gSA iksfy;ks ls fuokj.k ds fy,
mi;ksx dh tkus okyh fofèk dk uke fyf[k,A bl fofèk dh izHkkoiw.kZrk fyf[k,A

25. Ramu was in the habit of using a lot of fertilizers and pesticides in
his fields in order to increase the yield of his crop and to save it from pests.
When his son Rohit came back from city after completing his studies he was
shocked to see the practices adopted by his father. He advised his father to
prefer organic farming.
(a) How you will describe Rohit's character.
(b) Name any two pests.

(c) Why are pesticide considered harmful? 3

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jkew dks vius [ksrksa esa iQly mRiknu esa o`f¼ ds fy, rFkk iQly dks ihM+dksa ls cpkus
ds fy, vfèkd ek=kk esa moZjd rFkk ihM+duk'kdksa dk mi;ksx djus dh vknr gSA
tc mldk iq=k jksfgr 'kgj ls i<+kbZ lekIr djds okfil vk;k] rks og vius firk
}kjk viuk;h x;h fofèk;ksa dks ns[kdj gSjku jg x;kA mlus vius firk dks dkcZfud
[ksrh djus dk lq>ko fn;kA
(a) vki jksfgr ds pfj=k dk fdu 'kCnksa esa mYys[k djsaxsA
(b) fdUgha nks ihM+dksa ds uke fyf[k,A
(c) ihM+d uk'dksa dks gkfudkjd D;ksa le>k tkrk gS\

26. By conserving forests, we conserve wildlife and soil. Explain how?


ouksa dk laj{k.k djds ge oU; thou rFkk e`nk dk laj{k.k djrs gSaA Li"V dhft,
fdl izdkj\ 3

OR (vFkok)

Explain any three Global consequences of deforestation?


ouksUewyu ds fdUgha rhu oSf'od çHkkoksa dks Li"V dhft,A

27. (a) Define electroplating why are bath taps coated with chromium.
(b) Explain the process of electroplating of copper on a zinc rod. (Diagram
not required) 5
(a) fo|qr ysiu dh ifjHkk"kk fyf[k,A Luku?kj ds uyksa ij Øksfe;e dk ysiu D;ksa
fd;k tkrk gS\
(b) ftad dh NM+ ij dkWij ds fo|qr ysiu dh izfØ;k le>kb,A (vkjs[k dh
vko';drk ugha gSA)

28. Gopal a villager, daily carries a pot full of water on his head for long

hours and finds it painful to carry it. Then his mother gave him a piece

of round cloth to keep in between his head and pot. After using that

Gopal found it much easier to carry it.

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On the basis of above observation answer the following question.

(a) Why does Gopal finds it easier to carry the pot after using the

cloth?

(b) Write the expression for the relationship between Thrust and Pressure.

(c) Give two applications where we reduce the pressure by increasing

the surface area over which the force is exerted.

xksiky ,d xzkeh.k çfrfnu ikuh ls Hkjk gqvk ?kM+k yacs le; rd vius flj ij ysdj
pyrk gS] ftls mBkus esa mls d"V gksrk gSA fiQj mldh ekrk us mls ?kM+s vkSj flj ds
chp esa j[kus ds fy, xksy vkdkj esa yisVk gqvk diM+k fn;kA mls mi;ksx djus ij
xksiky dks ?kM+k mBkus esa vklkuh gqbZA
Åij fn, gq;s çs{k.kksa ds vkèkkj ij fuEu ç'uksa ds mÙkj fyf[k, 5
(a) diM+k mi;ksx djus ds i'pkr~ xksiky dks ?kM+k mBkus esa vklkuh D;ksa gqbZ\
(b) ç.kksn vkSj nkc ds eè; lEcaèk ds fy, O;atd fyf[k,A
(c) dksbZ nks vuqç;ksx fyf[k, tgk¡ i`"Bh; {ks=kiQy] ftl ij cy yxk;k tk jgk gS]
dks c<+krs gq, ge nkc ?kVkrs gSaA

OR (vFkok)

Write any three effects of force. Write two parameters associated with

the magnitude of the force needed. State two factors which completely

specify force.

cy ds dksbZ rhu izHkko fyf[k,A vko';d cy ds ifjek.k ls lEc¼ nks izkpy fyf[k,A
cy dh iw.kZ :i ls fof'k"Vrk crkus okys nks dkjd fyf[k,A

29. State the meaning of 'Refining of Petroleum'. Name any four petroleum

products and write one use of each. 5


isVªksfy;e ds ifj"dj.k ls D;k rkRi;Z gS\ fdUgha pkj isVªksfy;e mRiknksa ds uke vkSj
izR;sd dk ,d&,d mik;ksx fyf[k,A
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30. (a) Which zone of candle flame contains unburnt wax vapours? Write

an activity to verify it.

(b) Why the outermost zone of the candle flame is non-luminous?

Compare its-temperature with the innermost zone?

(a) eksecrh dh Tokyk ds dkSu&ls Hkkx esa fcuk tys gq, ekse ds ok"i gksrs gSa\ blds
lR;kiu ds fy, ,d fØ;kdyki fyf[k,A
(b) eksecrh dh Tokyk dk lcls ckgjh Hkkx vizdk'kh; D;ksa gksrk gS\ bl Hkkx ds
rkieku dh rqyuk lcls vanj okys Hkkx ds rkieku ls dhft,A 5

OR (vFkok)

(a) State three characteristics of a good fuel.

(b) Enlist any two harmful effects of burning of fuel on the environment.

(a) vPNs b±èku ds rhu fof'k"V y{k.k fyf[k,A


(b) i;kZoj.k ij b±èku tykus ls gksus okys nks gkfudkjd izHkkoksa dh lwph cukb,A

32. What will happen if a farmer continues to grow the same crop year

after year in the same field. Explain How he can ensure to replenish

the fertility of the soil? 5

D;k gksxk] ;fn dksbZ fdlku ,d gh [ksr esa çfro"kZ ,d gh iQly yxkrkj mxk,\ e`nk
dh moZjdrk dks lqfuf'pr djus ds fy, og D;k dj ldrk gS\ Li"V dhft,A

32. Microorganisms are very useful in manufacturing different food items.

Explain. 5
fofHkUu HkksT; inkFkks± ds fuekZ.k esa lw{etho cgqr mi;ksxh gSa &foLrkj ls O;k[;k
dhft,A

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OR (vFkok)

State the name given to the disease causing micro organisms? How do

these organisms leave undesirable effects on our body? Mention any

four such effects?

jksx mRiUu djus okys lw{ethoksa dks D;k uke fn;k x;k gS\ ;s tho gekjs 'kjhj ij
fdl izdkj vokaNuh; izHkko NksM+rs gSa\ bl izdkj ds fdUgha pkj izHkkoksa dk mYys[k
dhft,A

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science and technology
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1. (a) Sliding friction 1 1
(b) Focus 1 1
(c) Petroleum 1 1
(d) Jim Corbett National Park 1 1

2. (a) Foreshocks 1 1
(b) Ions 1 1
(c) Methane and Carbondioxide (or any other) ½+½ 1
(d) Project Tiger, Nature camps (any one) 1 1

3. (a) Copper sulphate 1 1


(b) Carbon monoxide 1 1
(c) Living and Non living both 1 1
(d) Endemic species 1 1

4. (a) Ball bearings are used in machines to reduce


the friction. 1 1
(b) The phenomenon by which acid rain corrodes the
marble of the monument is called Marble cancer. 1 1
(c) Natural gas is a cleaner fuel as it provides relatively low
amount of pollutants. 1 1
(d) Based on season or water requirement (any 1) 1 1

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

5. The force is contact force. 1


Two examples of contact force are :
(i) Muscular force ½
(ii) Frictional force ½ 2

6. (i) Stay calm for a while. Expect after shocks which can
cause additional damage. 1
(ii) Beware of possible tsunami, if you live in coastal area.
(or any other) 1 2

7. Effects of an earthquake-
(i) Earthquakes cause damage to the buildings, bridges and
dams. 1
(ii) Earthquakes in many cases can cause great loss of life. 1 2

8. Two features of Richter Scale are :


(i) This scale is not a simple linear scale. 1
(ii) On this scale, an increase of two in the magnitude
means 100 times more destructive energy. 1 2

9. (i) Smoke from factors and vehicles 1


(ii) Excessive burning of fossil fuels. 1
(or any other 2 causes) 2

10. (i) High concentration of nitrogendioxide in air results in


retradation of photosynthetic activity in plants 1
(ii) It results in respiratory problems in human beings. 1 2

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

11. (i) Air current lowers the temperature of burning wax


vapours below their ignition temperature 1
(ii) CO2 in our breath acts as the fire extinguisher. 1 2

12. (i) Sand can be used to cut off the supply of air. 1
(ii) Water can also be poured over fire to lower the ignition
temperature. 1 2

13. (a) Lactobacillus 1


(b) Rhizobium 1 2

14. They are called weeds. 1


They can be removed by following methods
(a) manual removal ½
(b) weedicides (or any other) ½ 2

15. (a) To find abundant food. 1


(b) In search of favourable place to breed. 1 2

16. If deers in a forest are killed, the population of lions will also 1
decrease as the lions will not get sufficient food. The population
of scavengers will also be affected. 1 2

17. The cold drink does not flow out of the straw because the air
pressure has been blocked by the thumb. Since there is no air
pressure acting on the cold drink it doesn't flow out. 2
Application :- Syringes work on the same principle. Rubber
suckers for installing hooks in a room. 1 3

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
18. (i) Clean the two ends of the copper wire and attach a torch
bulb to it. Now take the magnet and move it rapidly
towards the centre of the coil, the bulb will glow. 1
(ii) By moving the magnet in the opposite direction. 1
(iii) 1

S N

For visually challenged

(iii) The faster is the relative motion b/w the magnet and
the coil, the more is the current that flows through the
coil.

19. Oil like substance that helps to reduce frictionwhen they are
applied on a surface are called lubricants . 1
We should lubricate moving parts of our vehicle so as to :-
(i) Increase the efficiency of vehicle.
(ii) Reduce the friction
(iii) Reduce the wear and tear of moving parts. (any 2) 2 3

OR

(a) Streamlined shape is given to objects moving through


fluids to reduce fuild friction. 1
(b) (i) Friction enables us to walk on ground 1
(ii) We can write with a pen on a paper due to friction. 1 3

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
20. (a) Rachit will experience a greater frictional force 1
(b) The toy car moves with a higher speed in case B. Because
the friction increase with the roughness of surface. 1
As the surface of marble is smoother than a towel so
friction will be lesser. 1 3

For visually challenged

(b) The toy car moves with a higher speed in case B. Because
the friction increase with the roughness of surface.
As the surface of marble is smoother than a towel so
friction will be lesser.

21. Both rapid and explosive combustion occur very fast


producing a lot of heat and light but explosive combustion is 1
a sudden reaction in which evolution of heat, light & sound is
there. 1
e.g. off rapid = Burning of gaseous fuel. ½
Explosive = bursting of cracker. ½ 3

22. (i) Deforestation must be stopped. 1


(ii) Minimise the use of fossil fuel 1
(iii) Plant more trees. (any 3 points given on pg. 271 of text
book) 1 3

23. Different varieties of coal are peat, lignite, bituminons and


Anthracite. ½×4
They differ from each other in the content of volatile material

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
and percentage of carbon, moisture and other elements. ½+½ 3

OR

(i) This will protect the environment. 1


(ii) reduce the risk of global warming. 1
(iii) fossil fuels will be available to future generations. 1 3

24. Vaccination : 1
Vaccines are suspension of killed or weakened microorganisms,
or products or derivatives of micro- organisms. They produce
immunity to a disease by stimulating the production of
antibodies. 2 3

25. (a) Awareness, scientific aptitute/temper (any other 2


relevant) ½+½
(b) Locust, weevil, rats, termites, insects (any two) ½+½
(c) These chemicals stick to fruits and vegetables and are
absorbed by plants. 1 3

26. Forests provide habitats to plants and animals. 1


It prevents extinction of rare plants and animals. 1
Trees bind the soil and absorb water. It reduces flooding and
deforestation. 1 3

OR

(a) Climate change ½+½


(b) Desertification (Explanation on page 107-108) ½+½
(c) Ozone depletion ½+½ 3

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
27. (a) The process of depositing a thin layer of any desired
metal on another material by the passage of electric
current is known as electroplating. 1
To provide a shiny appearance to avoid corrosion and
effects of 'wear and tear' and scratches. (any one) 1
(b) Take Cu plate as anode, Zn plate as cathode and ½+½
electrolyte of CuSO4 dissolved in water. Allow steady ½
current to pass through the electrolyte for 20-30 min. 1
A reddish copper coating is deposited on Zn plate. ½ 5

28. (a) After using the round piece of cloth the surface area
of the pot with the head increases due to which the 1
pressure decreases and Gopal finds it easier to carry the pot. 1
Thrust
(b) Pressure = 1
Surface area over which it nets (contact area)
(c) Two applications are
(i) Rear wheels of buses and trucks are usually
double. 1
(ii) High rise buildings and dams have a wide base
(or any other point given on page 55 of the text book). 1 5

OR

(a) Three effects of force are :


(i) May make an object move from rest. 1
(ii) May change the speed of a moving object. 1
(iii) May change the direction of a moving object. 1

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
(or any other given on page no. 47 of the text book)
Two factors associated with the magnitude of force are :
The mass of an object and the speed acquired by it. ½+½
Magnitude of force and the direction in which it
acts completely specifies the force. ½+½

29. The process of separating various components of petroleum


into their useful form in called 'refining'. 1
Any four petroleum products and their uses are as follows :
(i) Diesel oil - used to run generators, heavy vehicles. 1
(ii) Kerosene - used as a domestic fuel. 1
(iii) Lubricating oil - for lubricating machines. 1
(iv) Fuel oil - used as a fuel in boilers 1 5
(Pg 89 of text book)

30. (a) The Innermost zone of flame contains unburnt wax 1


vapours. Activity given on Pg 100 of text book. 1+1
(b) The air from the sides of the flame mixes with unburnt
wax vapours and carbon particles from the luminous 1
zone and completely burns them to form CO2 gas &
water vapour so it is non-luminous. ½
The temperature of outer most zone is higher than
inner most zone. ½ 5

OR

(a) Any 3 characteritics Pg 102 of the text book 3


(b) Any 2 harmful effects (Pg 102/103) of the text book 2

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
31. The yield field gradually decreases. 1
The methods to replenish soil fertility are :
(1) Field fallow - 1 Line explanation 1
(2) Manure - 1 Line explanation 1
(3) Fertilizers - 1 Line explanation 1
(4) crop rolalism - 1 Line explanation 1 5

32. Any five relevant methods on pg. 23, 24 on food preservation. 1×5 5

OR

Pathogens 1
Undesirable effects :
(a) Invade body and multiply 1
(b) Release toxins which effects body adversely 1
(c) Cause diseases : Spread from one person to another. 1
(d) Acids produced by bacteria corrode teeth. 1

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question-wise analysis (term - i)

Estimated
S.No. of Learning Form of Marks
Content unit difficulty
questions objectives question allotted
level*

1. a U Friction one word 1 B


b K Earthquake " 1 C
c K Sources of energy " 1 C
d K Conservation of plants & animals " 1 B
2. a U Earthquakes Fillup 1 B
b A Electric current & its chemical effects " 1 A
c K Pollution of air " 1 B
d K Conservation of plants and animals " 1 B
3. a U Electric current & its chemical effects Choose 1 B
the correct
option
b K Pollution of air " 1 C
c U Micro organisms Friends or Foes " 1 B
d U Conservation of plants & animals " 1 B
4. a A Friction VSA I 1 A
b U Pollution of air " 1 B
c U Sources of energy " 1 B
d U Crop production and its management " 1 B
5. U Force and pressure VSA II 2 B
6. K Earthquakes VSA II 2 B
7. U Earthquakes VSA II 2 B
8. K,A Earthquakes VSA II 2 B
9. U Pollution of air VSA II 2 C
10. A Pollution of air VSA II 2 A
11. A Combustion VSA II 2 A
12. U Combustion VSA II 2 B
13. K Micro organism : Friends or Foes VSA II 2 B
14. A Crop production and its management VSA II 2 A
15. U Conservation of plants and animals VSA II 2 B

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question-wise analysis (term - i)

Estimated
S.No. of Learning Form of Marks
Content unit difficulty
questions objectives question allotted
level*

16. U Conservation of plants and animals VSA II 2 B


17. A Force and pressure SA 3 A
18. A Electric current and its chemical effects SA 3 A
19. K,U Friction SA 3 B
20. U,A Friction SA 3 A
21. U Combustion SA 3 B
22. U Pollution of air SA 3 C
23. K,U Sources of energy SA 3 B
OR
U Sources of energy SA 3 B
24. K,U Micro organisms Friends or Foes SA 3 B
25. A,U Crop production and its management SA 3 A
26. U,A Conservation of plants and animals SA 3 B
27. K,U Electric current and its chemical effects LA 5 B
28. A/ Force and pressure LA/ 5/ B/
OR
U Force and pressure LA 5 B
29. K Sources of energy LA 5 C
30. K,U,A Combustion LA 5 B
OR
K,U Combustion LA 5 B
31 A Crop production and its management LA 5 B
32. U Micro organisms Friends or Foes LA 5 B

marks allotted :
MCQ (Multiple Type Questions) : 1 * Difficult - A
VSA (Very Short Answer Type) : 1 Average - B
SA - II (Short Answer Type) : 2 Easy - C
SA - I (Short Answer Type) : 3
LA - (Long Answer) : 5
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SCIENCE and technology
(term - II)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100
A. Weightage to content / subject units
PHYSICS (36 Marks)
S. No. Name of Unit Marks
1. Force and Pressure 3
2. Friction 2
3. Electric Current and its Chemical Effects 3
4. Earthquakes 2
5. Refraction and Dispersion of Light 8
6. The Human Eye 6
7. Sound 6
8. Stars and Solar System 6
CHEMISTRY (32 Marks)
1. Sources of Energy 3
2. Combustion 2
3. Pollution of Air 2
4. Metals and Non-metals 10
5. Synthetic Fibres and Plastics 9
6. Pollution of water 6
BIOLOGY (32 Marks)
1. Crop Production and its Management 3
2. Micro-organisms : Friends and Foes 3
3. Conservation of Plants and Animals 2
4. Cell-its Structure and Function 7
5. Reproduction in animals 9
6. Reaching the age of Adolesence 8

B. Weightage to form of questions :


S. No. Form of Question Marks for No. of Total
each question Questions Marks
1. One word Answer 1 4 (Parts) 4
2. Fill up the Blanks 1 4 (Parts) 4
3 Choose the Correct Option 1 4 (Parts) 4
4. Very Short Answer-Type 1 (VSA I) 1 4 (Parts) 4
5. Very Short Answer-Type 2 (VSA II) 2 12 24
6. Short Answer (SA) 3 10 30
7. Long Answer 5 6 30
32 100
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C. Weightage to difficulty level of questions :
S. No. Objective Percentage of Total
Marks Marks
1. Easy 15% 15
2. Average 70% 70
3. Difficult 15% 15
100% 100

D. Question Wise Analysis :


Knowledge Based Question : 20%
(Recall, Remember, Recognise, Identify)
Under Standing Based Questions : 40%
(Interpret, classify, campare, explain, infer)
Application Based Questions : 40%
(Apply, analyse, execute, implement, evaluate, diagrams, graphs)

E. Scheme of options :
There will be no overall choice. However, there would be an internal choice in
3 questions of the 5 marks category and in 3 questions either of 2 marks /
3 marks category.

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SCIENCE and technology
blue print
(term - II)
Subject : Physics (Theory) Maximum Marks : 36

1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

i) Dispersion of light 3(1)


ii) Refraction of
Refraction light its cause
and repractive
Dispersion index rules for
1. 5(1)
of Light refraction
(Chapter OR
- 10) Image formation
by convex lens
lenses. 8(2)

i) Persistence of 1(1)
The
vision
Human
ii) Defects of vision
2. Eye 2(1)
iii) The Human eye
(Chapter
OR
11)
Care of the eyes 3(1) 6(3)

i) Amplitude, Time 1(1)


Sound period and
3. (Chapter frequency
- 12) ii) Echo, speed of
Sound 5(1) 6(2)

Stars and
Solar i) The stars 1(1)
4. System ii) The Moon 2(1)
(Chapter iii) Planets 3(1)
- 17) 6(3)

Force
and i) Balanced and
5. Pressure unbalanced 3(1) 3(1)
(Chapter Forces
- 4)

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1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

Friction Types of friction


6 (Chapter methods of 2(1)
- 5) increasing friction 2(1)

Electric
i) Conversion of
Current
chemical energy
and its
into electrical
7. chemical 1(1)
energy
effects
ii) Applications of
(Lesson
chemical effect 2(1)
-16 3(2)

Earthqu- i) Effects of an
akes earthquake 1(1)
8. 2(2)
(Lesson ii) Predicting an 1(1)
- 18) earthquake

1(1) 1(2) 1(1) 1(2) 2(4) 3(4) 5(2) 36(16)

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SCIENCE and technology
blue print
(term - I)
Subject : Chemistry Maximum Marks : 32

1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

Sources
Processing of coal
1. of 1(1) 2(1) 3(2)
Petroleum products
Energy

Combus- Conditions of
2. 2(1) 2(1)
tion conbustion

Pollution Air pollutant - CO


3. 1(1) 1(1) 2(2)
of Air Air pollution

Alloys
2(1)
Physical properties
3(1)
Metals & of metals
4. Non- Chemical properties 10(3)
Metals of metals 5(1)
OR or
Reactivity series 5(1)

Types of plastics
Damage caused by 1(1)
Synthetic plastic wastes 3(1)
5. Fibre and OR or 9(3)
Plastics Synthetic fibre 3(1)
Advantages of
5(1)
synthetic fibres

Purification of water 1(1)


Causes of water 2(1)
Pollution pollution
6. 6(3)
of Water Control of water
pollution (Value
based) 3(1)

1(2) 1(1) 1(1) 1(1) 2(4) 3(3) 5(2) 32(14)

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SCIENCE and technology
blue print
(term - II)
Subject : Biology Maximum Marks : 32

1 1 2
1 1 Mark 3 5
S. Mark Mark Marks
Unit Sub-unit / Topic Mark Choose Marks Marks Total
No. (Fill One (SA
(VSA) Correct (SA I) (LA)
up) Word II)

(1) Discovery of
2(1)
The the cell & cell
Cell - Its number
2(1)
1. Structure (2) Parts of a cell 7(3)
and (3) Comparison
function between plant
and Animal cell 3(1)
(1) Reproductive
1(1)
patterns
Reprodu- (2) Journey of young
2. ction in to adults 3(1) 9(3)
Animals (3) How does
Fertilization takes
place 5(1)
Reaching (1) Changes at
the Age of Puberty
3. 3(1) 8(2)
Adolesc- (2) Sex
ence Determination 5(1)
Crop
Product-
(1) Manuring 1(1)
4. ion and its 2(1) 3(2)
(2) Irrigation
Manage-
ment
Micro
(1) Microorganisms
Organism
5. as foes 1(1) 3(2)
Friends
(2) Food Poisoning 2(1)
or Foes
Conserva-
tion of
6. (1) National Parks 1(1) 1(1) 2(2)
Plants &
Animals
1(1) 1(1) 1(2) 1(1) 2(4) 3(3) 5(2) 32(14)

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science and technology
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. There is no overall choice. However, internal choices have been provided in three
questions of 3 marks category and 3 questions of 5 marks category.
3. Every part of Q1 to Q4 carry 1 mark each.
4. Q5 to Q 16 are very short answer type - II and carry 2 marks each.
5. Q17 to Q26 are short answer type questions and carry 3 marks each.
6. Q27 to Q32 are long answer type questions and carry 5 marks each.
lkekU; funsZ'k %
1- lHkh ç'u vfuok;Z gSaA
2- lkefxzd fodYi ugha fn;k x;k gSA rFkkfi 3 vad dh Js.kh eas ls fdUgha rhu ç'uksa rFkk 5 vad
dh Js.kh ds 3 ç'uksa esa vkarfjd fodYi çnku fd, x, gSaA
3- ç- la- 1 ls 4 rd çR;sd dk 1 vad gSA
4- ç- la- 5 ls 16 y?kqÙkjkRed ç'u gS ,oa buesa ls çR;sd ç'u nks vadksa dk gSA
5- ç- la- 17 ls 26 Hkh y?kqÙkjkRed ç'u gS ,oa buesa ls çR;sd ç'u 3 vadks dk gSA
6- ç- la- 27 ls 32 nh?kZ mÙkjkRed ç'u gS ,oa buesa ls çR;sd ç'u 5 vadks dk gSA

1. Write one word for the following statements :

fuEu vfHkdFkuksa ds fy, ,d 'kCn fyf[k, %

(a) The earthquakes that happen beneath the occean floor. 1


HkwdEi tks egklkxj ry ds uhps vkrs gSaA

(b) An Instrument used to find out the source of Seismic waves. 1


HkwdEih rjaxksa dk L=kksr irk yxkus okyk midj.kA
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(c) Complex compound formed in the blood by the combination of

carbon monoxide with haemoglobin. 1


:fèkj esa dkcZu eksuksDlkbM vkSj fgeksXyksfcu ds la;kstu ls cuus okyk ;kSfxdA

(d) The National Park which is famous for the conservation of one

horned Rhinoceros. 1

jk"Vªh; m|ku tks ,d lhax okys xSaMs ds laj{k.k ds fy, çfl¼ gSA

2. Fill up the blanks :

fjDr LFkku Hkfj, %&


(a) The frequency of a given vibrating body is 1.5 KHz. It completes

___________ vibrations in one second. 1


,d dafir oLrq dh vko`fr 1-5KHz gS ;g ,d lsd.M esa ___________

nksyu iw.kZ djsxhA


(b) ___________ cell converts chemical energy directly into

electrical energy. 1
___________ lSy jlk;fud ÅtkZ dks lhèkk fo|qr ÅtkZ esa ifjofrZr djrk gSA
(c) The substances which contaminate air are called ___________. 1

ok;q dks nwf"kr djus okys inkFkksZ dks ___________ dgrs gSaA
(d) The wide variety of life on earth is called ___________. 1
i`Foh ij ik;h tkus okys thou dh fofoèkrk dks ___________ dgrs gSaA

3. Choose the correct option :

lgh fodYi dk p;u dhft, %


(a) A star is ten light years away from the earth. Suppose it brightens up

suddenly today. After how much time shall we see this change?

(i) After 10 years


(ii) After 4.3 years 1
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,d rkjk i`Foh ls 10 lkSj o"kZ dh nwjh ij gSA ;fn ;g rkjk vpkud vkt vfr
çdk'ke; gks tkrk gS] rks gesa ;g cnyko fdrus le; ckn fn[kkbZ nsxk\
(i) 10 o"kZ ckn
(ii) 4-3 o"kZ ckn
(b) Plastics which have a cross linked arrangement of molecules are

called thermoplastics / thermosetting plastics. 1


bdkb;ksa dh ØkWlc¼ O;oLFkk okys IykfLVd dgykrs gSa %
FkeksZIykfLVd @ FkeksZlsfVax IykfLVd
(c) Name the caustive agent of Anthrax in animals. (Bacteria / Virus /

Fungi) 1
tarqvksa esa ik;h tkus okyh ,UFkszDl uked chekjh ds jksxk.kq dk uke crkb,A
(thok.kq @ ok;jl @ dod)
(d) Ram wants to grow Rajma in his field. To enrich the fertility of soil with

Nitrogen what would he preferably add to the soil? Manure /

Fertilizers. 1
jke vius [ksr esa jkT+kek dh iQly mxkuk pkgrk gSA feV~Vh dh ukbVªkstu moZjrk
c<+kus ds fy, mls feV~Vh esa D;k Mkyuk pkfg,\
[kkn @ moZjd

4. Answer the following questions in short.

fuEu ç'uksa dk la{ksi esa mÙkj fyf[k, %


(a) When does the eye perceive the object as moving? 1

us=k dks dksbZ oLrq pyrh&fiQjrh (xfr'khy) dc vuqHko gksrh gS


(b) Name the components present in water gas? 1
okWVj&xSl ds fofHkUu la?kVdksa ds uke crkb,A
(c) Name two chemical substances that can be used to purify water. 1
ty&'kqf¼dj.k esa mi;ksx gksus okys nks jlk;fud inkFkks± ds uke crkb,A
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(d) Name the type of fertilization that occurs in humans. 1
ekuo esa gksus okys fu"kspu ds izdkj dk uke crkb,A

5. If the moon emits light of its own. Would it still have phases? Justify

your answer. 2
;fn paæek dk viuk çdk'k gksrk] rks D;k rc Hkh mldh fofHkUu dyk,¡ fn[krh\ vius
mÙkj dk Li"Vhdj.k nhft,A

6. Geeta's mother is not able to read the book clearly. Identify the defect of

vision with which she is suffering. How can it be corrected? 2


xhrk dh ek¡ dks fdrkc i<+us esa dfBukbZ vkrh gSA og fdl us=k&nks"k ls xzflr gS\
mudk bykt fdl izdkj fd;k tk ldrk gS\

7. Give reasons for the following :

(i) Players wear sport shoes with spikes.

(ii) It is easier to move the object when it is already in motion than to

start it from rest. 2


fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa ds dkj.k Li"V dhft, %
(i) f[kykM+h ryksa ij rh[kh uksd yxs gq, twrs igurs gSaA
(ii) fojke voLFkk ls fdlh oLrq dks xfr'khy djkus dh vis{kk ,d xfr'khy oLrq
dh xfr cuk, j[kuk vfèkd ljy gksrk gSA

8. Define electrorefining of metals. Name the cathode and anode used in

electro refining of copper. 2


fo|qr ifj"dj.k dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A rk¡cs ds fo|qr ifj"dj.k esa mi;ksx gksus okys
,uksM vkSj dSFkksM ds uke fyf[k,A

9. How is release of domestic sewage in rivers harmful for aquatic life? 2


?kjsyw lhost dk ufn;ksa esa fuxZeu tyh; thou ds fy, fdl izdkj gkfudkjd gS\
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10. Write the chemical composition of stainless steel. Why is it considered

better than pure iron. (Write any two points) 2

LVsuySl LVhy dh jlk;fud lajpuk fyf[k,A ;g 'kq¼ yksgs ls D;ksa csgrj ekuk tkrk
gS\ (dksbZ nks fcanq fyf[k,)

11. Give reason for the following :

(i) We can boil water in a paper cup.

(ii) During summers, white phosphorus catches fire even at room

temperature. 2
fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa ds dkj.k Li"V dhft, %
(i) ge ,d dkxT+k ds di esa ikuh mcky ldrs gSaA
(ii) xfeZ;ksa esa lisQn iQkLiQksjl dejs ds rkieku ij Hkh vkx idM+ ysrk gSA

12. Name the kind of fuel used

(i) as aviation fuel

(ii) as source of energy for the generation of electiricity worldwide

(iii) in boilers

(iv) as doemstic fuel. 2

fuEufyf[kr ds fy, mi;ksx gksus okys b±èku dk uke fyf[k, %


(i) foekuu b±èku
(ii) fo'oHkj esa fo|qr mRiknu dk ÅtkZ L=kksr
(iii) ckW;yj

(iv) ?kjsyw b±èku

13. Different crops require specific amount of water at various stages of

development. Elaborate with the help of an example? 2

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fofHkUu iQlyksa ds fodlu ds vyx&vyx pj.kksa esa ty dh fof'k"V ek=kk dh
vko';drk gksrh gSA mnkgj.k dh lgk;rk ls bls Li"V dhft,A

14. Shreya went for a party. After consuming food, she complained of

abdominal pain, diarrhoea and vomitting. What is the name of the

disease Shreya may be suffering from?

Name one bacteria / fungi causing this disease? 2


Js;k ,d ikVhZ esa xbZA ogk¡ [kkuk [kkus ds ckn mls isV nnZ] nLr vkSj mYVh gksus yxsA
Js;k ftl chekjh ls xzLr gks ldrh gS] mldk uke fyf[k,A
,d thok.kq @ dod dk uke fyf[k, tks bl chekjh dk dkj.k gSA

15. (a) Why cells, which are basic units of all living beings remained

undiscovered for a long time?

(b) Why an Amoeba and an earthworm differ in their size? 2


(a) dksf'kdk,¡] tks fd lHkh lthoksa dh ewyHkwr bdkbZ gSa] yEcs le; rd v[kksftr
D;ksa jgha\
(b) vehck vkSj dsapq, dk lkbt fHkUu D;ksa gksrk gS\

16. Name the cell organelle that contains materials which helps in

inheritance of characters from one generation to another. Explain the

structure of this organelle. 2

ml dksf'kdk vaxd dk uke crkb, ftlesa ,d ,slk inkFkZ gS tks vkuqoaf'kd xq.kksa dks
tud ls vxyh ih<+h esa LFkkukarfjr djus esa lgk;d gSA ml dksf'kdk vaxd dh lajpuk
dh O;k[;k dhft,A

17. Name the Jovian planets. Write two characterstics of these planets. 3

tksfo;u xzgksa ds uke fyf[k,A mudh dksbZ nks fof'k"Vrk,¡ fyf[k,A

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18. Label the part in the diagram of Human Eye given below.

Write their functions.

uhps fn, x, ekuo us=k ds fp=k esa n'kkZ;s x, Hkkxksa ds uke fyf[k,A
bu Hkkxksa ds dk;Z fyf[k,A

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 18 3

ç-la- 18 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

Name any two parts of human eye and write their function.

ekuo us=k ds fdUgha nks Hkkxksa ds uke fy[kdj muds dk;Z fyf[k,A

OR (vFkok)

Write any three ways by which you can take care of your eyes.

vius us=kksa dh ns[kHkky djus ds dksbZ rhu rjhds fyf[k,A

19. Write two points of difference between balanced and unbalanced

forces with one example of each. 3

larqfyr ,oa vlarqfyr cyksa esa nks varj fyf[k, vkSj nksuksa dk ,d&,d mnkgj.k Hkh
nhft,A

20. Rahul was blowing soap bubbles. He observed a beautiful pattern of

colour when the sunlight fell on the bubbles.

On the basis of the above observation answer the following questions.

(a) Name the Scientific phenomenon responsible for the above

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observation. State the cause of this phenomenon.

(b) Name a natural phenomenon based on the above scientific principle. 3


jkgqy lkcqu ds cqycqys cuk jgk FkkA cqycqyksa ij lw;Z dk çdk'k iM+us ls mls jaxksa dk çfrek
vkdkj fn[kkbZ nsrk gSA bl voyksdu ds vkèkkj ij fuEufyf[kr ç'uksa ds mÙkj nhft,A
(a) Åij fn, x, voyksdu ds fy, ftEesnkj oSKkfud ?kVuk dk uke fyf[k,A bl
?kVuk dk dkj.k Hkh fyf[k,A
(b) Åij fn, oSKkfud fl¼kar ij vkèkkfjr ,d çkÑfrd ?kVuk dk uke fyf[k,A

21. (i) What will you observe when a small piece of Zinc metal is

hammered? Which property of metal is responsible for this

characteristic?

(ii) State two properties of Copper which make it suitable for making

electrical wire. 3
(i) tc tLrk èkkrq ds NksVs&ls VqdM+s ij gFkkSM+h ls çgkj fd;k tk,] rks vki D;k
çsf{kr djsaxs\ bl vfHky{k.k ds fy, èkkrq dk dkSu&lk xq.k mÙkjnk;h gS\
(ii) rk¡cs ds ,sls nks xq.k fyf[k, tks mls fo|qr rkj cukus ds fy, mi;qDr cukrs gSaA

22. Why is a plastic bucket considered to be non-biodegradable? State any two

harmul effects caused by plastic waste. 3


,d IykfLVd dh ckYVh vtSofuEuhdj.kh; D;ksa dgykrh gS\ IykfLV vif'k"V ds dksbZ
nks gkfudkjd izHkko crkb,A

OR (vFkok)

State any two characteristics of Acrylic fibres: To which natural fibre

does Acrylon resemble?

vfØfyd js'kksa dh dksbZ nks fo'ks"krk,¡ crkb,A vfØykWu fdl çkÑfrd js'ks ls lkE;rk
j[krk gS\

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23. Ishaan had gone to his native village to visit his grandparents. There

he observed people were washing clothes at the river bank.

He shared this with his grandfather. His grandfather assured that

he would counsel the villagers and stop them from continuing this

practice.

(i) State any other two ways by which water gets poluted.

(ii) What words you will use to describe Ishaan's character? 3

bZ'kku vius nknk&nknh ls feyus vius xk¡o x;k FkkA ogk¡ mlus ns[kk fd dqN yksx unh
ds rV ij diM+s èkks jgs gSaA mlus bl fo"k; esa vius nknkth ls ppkZ dhA mUgksaus bZ'kku
dks fo'okl fnyk;k fd og xk¡ookfl;ksa dks le>k;saxs vkSj mUgsa ,slk djus ls jksdsaxsA
(i) ty çnw"k.k ds dksbZ vkSj nks dkj.k fyf[k,A
(ii) fdu 'kCnksa ls vki bZ'ku ds pfj=k dk o.kZu djsaxsA

24. Enlist three changes that take place in a tadpole during its

metamorphosis?

VSMiksy esa :ikarj.k ds nkSjku gksus okys rhu ifjorZuksa dh lwph cukb,A

OR (vFkok)

Explain the structure of a human sperm with the help of a labelled 3

diagram?

ekuo 'kqØk.kq dh lajpuk dh ukekafdr vkjs[k }kjk O;k[;k dhft,A

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 24

ç-la- 24 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

Explain the structure of a human sperm and its function?

ekuo 'kqØk.kq dh lajpuk rFkk blds izdk;Z dh O;k[;k dhft,A


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25. Nisha and Raj are students of Class VIII. Nisha gradually develops

pimples on her face and Raj develops slight throat protusion.

Name the initial phase of Adolescence Nisha and Raj are going

through.

Explain the reason behind these changes. 3


fu'kk rFkk jkt d{kk VIII ds Nk=k gSaA ,slk ik;k x;k fd èkhjs&èkhjs fu'kk ds psgjs ij
dhy eqgk¡ls fn[kus yxs vkSj jkt ds xys dh daBh mHkjh gqbZ fn[kus yxhA fu'kk vkSj
jkt O;Ldrk ds dkSu ls çkjafHkd dky ls xqtj jgs gSa\
muesa gksus okys bu ifjorZuksa dk dkj.k crkb,A

26. Identify and label the parts of an animal cell in the diagram shown

below : 3
tarq dksf'kdk ds fn, x, fp=k esa n'kkZ, x, Hkkxksa dks igpkfu, rFkk ukekafdr
dhft,A

(1)

(2)
(6)
(3)
(5)
(4)

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 26

ç-la- 26 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

Name three cell organelles of an animal cell. Write their functions.

tarq dksf'kdk ds fdUgha dksf'kdk vaxdksa ds uke fy[kdj] muds çdk;Z crkb,A

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27.

Medium 1

Medium 2

Observe the above diagram and answer the following questions :

(a) Name the scientific phenomenon occuring in the above diagram.

State the cause for this phenomenon.

(b) Which one of the two mediums in the above diagram is optically

rarer and which one is optically denser.

(c) State the relationship between optical density and speed of light in

a given medium.

(d) Write the expression for the refractive Index of medium 2 with

respect to medium 1 in the above diagram. 5


fn, x, fp=k ds vkèkkj ij fuEufyf[kr ç'uksa ds mÙkj nhft, %
(a) bl fp=k esa n'kkZ;h xbZ oSKkfud ifj?kVuk dk uke crkb,A mldk dkj.k Hkh
fyf[k,A
(b) ,d fn, x, ekè;e esa çdk'kh; ?kuRo vkSj izdk'k dh xfr esa lEcaèk crkb,A
(c) fn, x;s fp=k ds ekè;e 1 ds lanHkZ esa ekè;e 2 ds viorZukad ds fy, O;atd
fyf[k,A
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Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 27 (a) and (b)

ç-la- 27 (a) vkSj (b) ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

(a) Name the scientific phenomenon that occurs when a ray of light enters

from air into a glass slab. State the cause of this phenomenon.

(b) Which one of the two mediums in the above case is optically rarer

and which one is optically denser?

(a) tc ,d çdk'k dh fdj.k ok;q ls dk¡p ifêðdk esa ços'k djrh gS] rks ?kVus okyh
oSKkfud ifj?kVuk dk uke fyf[k,A bl ifj?kVuk dk dkj.k Hkh fyf[k,A
(b) Åij fn, x, çdkj.k esa] nks ekè;eksa esa ls dkSu&lk ekè;e çdk'kh; fojy gS
vkSj dkSu&lk izdk'kh; l?ku gS\

OR (vFkok)

(a) With the help of a ray diagram, show the Image formed by a convex

lens when the object is kept between pole and focus of the lens. Also,

mention the nature and size of the Image formed.

(b) What is the relationship between the focal length and the radius of

curvature of a spherical lens.

(c) Write any two applications of a convex lens. 3+1+1

(a) tc fcac dks fdlh mÙky ysal ds èkqzo vkSj iQksdl ds eè; j[kk tk,] rks
mlds çfrfcac ds fuekZ.k dks fdj.k vkjs[k }kjk n'kkZb,A cuus okys çfrfcac dh
çÑfr rFkk lkbt dk Hkh mYys[k dhft,A
(b) fdlh xksyh; ysal dh oØrk f=kT;k rFkk iQksdl nwjh ds eè; D;k lEcaèk
gksrk gS\
(c) mÙky ySal ds dksbZ nks vuqç;ksx fyf[k,A

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OR (vFkok)

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 27 (a)

ç-la- 27 (a) ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

(a) Where is the Image formed when the object is kept

(i) between pole and focus of a convex lens.

(ii) beyond centre of curvature (2F) of the convex lens.

Also write the nature and size of the image formed in both the cases.

(a) çfrfcac dk fuekZ.k dgk¡ gksxk] tc fcac dks


(i) mÙky ysal ds èkqzo rFkk iQksdl ds eè; j[kk tk,A
(i) mÙky ysal ds oØrk f=kT;k (2F) ds ijs j[kk tk,A
nksuksa çdj.kksa esa cuus okys çfrfcacksa dh çÑfr rFkk lkbt Hkh fyf[k,A

28. (a) Write a properly of sound which is

(i) Similar to the property of light.

(ii) different from the property of light.

(b) Write two conditions required to produce an echo.

(c) Why do we hear the sound of a horn of an approaching car before

the car reaches us? 5

(a) èofu dk ,d ,slk xq.k fyf[k, tks


(i) çdk'k ds xq.k ds leku gks
(ii) çdk'k ds xq.k ls fHkUu gks
(b) çfrèofu mRiUu djus ds fy, nks vko';d fLFkfr;k¡ fyf[k,A
(c) fudV vkrh gqbZ dkj ds gkWuZ dh èofu dkj ds igq¡pus ls igys gesa D;ksa lqukbZ ns
tkrh gS\

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29. (a) State two observations, when Magnesium ribbon is burnt is air. Write

the chemical equation of the reaction involved.

(b) Write an activity to find the chemical nature of the compound

formed in 'a'. Also, write the chemical equations of the reaction

involved.

(a) tc eSfXuf'k;e fjCcu dks ok;q esa tyk;k tkrk gS] rks gksus okys nks çs{k.k fyf[k,A
bl vfHkfØ;k dk jlk;fud lehdj.k fyf[k,A
(b) ^a* esa cuus okys ;kSfxd dh jlk;fud çÑfr Kkr djus ds fy, ,d fØ;kdyki
fyf[k,A bl vfHkØ;k dk jlk;fud lehdj.k fyf[k,A

OR (vFkok) 5

(a) Define reactivity series of metals. Arrange the metals K, Mg, Cu and

Fe on the basis of reactivity series.

(b) What do you observe when a Magnesuim ribbon is dipped in

copper sulphate solution? [State two observations.

Give reasons for these observations. Write the chemical equation of the

reaction involved.

(a) èkkrqvksa dh vfHkfØ;k'khyrk J`a[kyk dh ifjHkk"kk fyf[k,A èkkrq K] Mg] Cu vkSj

Fe dks vfHkfØ;k'khyrk J`a[kyk ds vkèkkj ij O;ofLFkr dhft,A


(b) tc eSfXuf'k;e fjCcu dks dkWij lYisQV foyu esa Mqcks;k tkrk gS rks gksus okys nks
izs{k.k fyf[k,A gksus okyh vfHkfØ;k ds fy, jlk;fud lehdj.k fyf[k,A

30. What are synthetic fibres? Why are they preferred over natural

fibres? (Give any four points) 5


la'ysf"kr js'ks D;k gksrs gSa\ çkÑfrd js'kksa dh vis{kk bUgsa ojh;rk D;ksa nh tkrh gS\
(dksbZ pkj fcanq fyf[k,)

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31. (a) Describe the various steps that lead to the formation of foetus from

egg in a human female?

(b) Draw the diagram of the process of fertilization? 5


(a) ekuo eknk esa vaMs ls xHkZ cuus dh çfØ;k ds fofHkUu pj.kksa dk o.kZu dhft,A
(b) fu"kspu çfØ;k dk fp=k cukb,A

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 31 (b)

ç-la- 31 (b) ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

(b) Why a child has some characteristics of father and some of mother?

(b) f'k'kq esa dqN vfHky{k.k firk ds rFkk dqN ekrk ds D;ksa gksrs gSa\

32. (a) The mother is responsible for sex of the child. Do you agree

or disagree with this statement. Give reasons to support your

answer.

(b) Name any two endocrine glands and their functions. 5


(a) f'k'kq ds fyax ds fy, ekrk mÙkjnk;h gksrh gS & D;k vki bl dFku ls lger
gS vFkok vlger\ vius mÙkj dh iqf"V ds fy, dkj.k fyf[k,A
(b) fdUgha nks var% lzkoh xzafFk;ksa ds uke rFkk çdk;Z fyf[k,A

OR (vFkok)

How do food habits influence nutritional needs of an adolescent? Write

any five points.

fdlh o;Ld dh iks"k.k vko';drkvksa dks vkgkj vknrsa fdl çdkj çHkkfor djrh
gSa\ dksbZ ik¡p fcanq fyf[k,A

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science and technology
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1. (a) Tsunami 1 1
(b) Seismograph 1 1
(c) Carboxy haemoglobin 1 1
(d) Kaziranga National Park 1 1

2. (a) 1500 1 1
(b) Voltaic 1 1
(c) Air pollutants 1 1
(d) Bio diversity 1 1

3. (a) 10 years 1 1
(b) Thermo setting plastics 1 1
(c) Bacteria 1 1
(d) Fertilizers 1 1

4. (a) The eye perceives this object as moving when still


images of a moving object are flashed on the eye at a rate ½
faster than 16 per second. ½ 1
(b) Carbon monoxide and Hydrogen 1 1
(c) alum, chlorine, bleaching powder. (any two) ½+½ 1
(d) Internal fertilization 1 1

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
5. No ½
The phases are seen because the moon does not emit its own
lights. 1
It reflects the light of sun. ½ 2

6. She is suffering from hypermetropia. It can be corrected by 1


using convex lens of suitable focal length in the spectacles. 1 2

7. (i) Spikes help to increase friction 1


(ii) In case of a moving object, the 'contact points' on one
surface do not get enough time to lock into contact
points of the other surface, so friction is less. 1 2

8. It is the process of obtaining pure metal from the impure 1


one by the process of electrolysis.
Pure copper rod - Cathode
Impure copper - Anode ½+½ 2

9. (i) It promotes growth of algae and bacteria 1


(ii) They use oxygen dissovled in water causing its
depletion resulting in death of aquatic life. 1 2

10. Stainless steel, Fe+Ni+Cr 1


It is harder than iron ½
It is resistant to Corrosion ½ 2

11. (i) The heat energy supplied to the paper cup passes to the
water so iginition temperature of cup is not achieved. 1
(ii) Iginition temperature of phosphorus is low so in

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
summers it catches fire even at room temperature. 1 2

12. (i) Highly refined petrol ½

(ii) Coal ½

(iii) fuel oil ½

(iv) (LPG, CNG, Bio gas, Kerosene, wood, coal, Cowdung)

(any one). ½ 2

13. Paddy is transplanted in standing water and requires constant 1

irrigation on the other hand for wheat irrigation is needed

only before tilling and before flowering. 1 2

14. Shreya is suffering from food poisoning or due to ingestion

of toxins contained in food 1

Bacteria - Staphylococuss / Clostriduim (any one)

Fungi - Asperigillus 1 2

15. 1. They cannot be seen with naked eye. 1

Amoeba is made up of single cell (unicellular) whereas

earthworm is multicellular. 1 2

16. Nucleus ½

The nucleus is a dense structure bound by nuclear membrane

The protoplasm of the nucleus is called nuclecoplasm. It has ½+½

thread like chomatin material. ½ 2

17. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune ½×4

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

(i) They are mainly gases

(ii) Their mass and size are very large

(iii) They have rings around them

(iv) They have large number of moons (Any two) ½+½ 3

18. A-convex eye lens ½


Functions of eye lens - It helps in focussing the light. 1
B - Iris ½
It regulates the amount of light enterning the eye by adjusting

the size of pupil. 1 3

For visually challenged


Cornea ½
It is the protective layer of the eye 1
Iris ½
It regulates the amount of light entering the eye by adjusting

the size of pupil. 1


(or any other part of the eye)

OR

(i) Gently wash eyes frequently wih clean water. 1


(ii) Have a regular eye check up and use the correct

spectacles 1
(iii) Never look at powerful light source directly. 1

(or any other)

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
19. Balanced Forces Unbalanced Force

1. The forces which are equal in 1. The forces which are not
magnitude and act in opposite equal in magnitude and a
direction and the net force net non-zero force acts on the

acting on the object is zero object.

2. They do not change the state 2. They change the state of



at rest or not motion. rest or uniform motion of an
object.

3. Ex. A heavy box is being 3. Ex. Both the teams in tug of


dragged by a child. war pushing each other with
equal force in opp. direction. ½×6 3

20. (a) Dispersion of light. 1


It cause - Light of different colours propagate with
1
different speeds in different media.

(b) Rainbow formation
1 3
21. (i) Zinc piece spreads a little and became thinner. It does not

break.

Property-Malleability.
1+1
(ii) Ductility; good electrical conductivity.
½+½ 3
22. A plastic bucket does not decompose through natural process

and takes a very long time to degrade. Therefore it is considered

to be Non biodegradable.

Any 2 harmful effects of plastic waste -

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

(i) On burning, plastic produces harmful gases which


pollutes air.
(ii) It clogs the city drainage system. 3
(any other point from pg 193 of text book)

OR

Any two characteristics


– Light 1
– Available in variety of colours 1
– Warm 1
Acrylon resembles wool

23. (i) (a) Industrial wastes


(b) Agricultural wastes 1+1
(any 2 points given on page 276 of text book)
(ii) Observative, Ecofriendly (any 2 values) ½+½ 3

24. (1) Development of hind legs followed by front legs. 1


(2) Development of lungs 1
(3) Shortening of intestine to make it a carnivore 1 3

OR

Head
Middle Piece
1½+½

Tail

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

A sperm is smaller in size than the ovum and can be seen


through a microscope. 1 3

For visually challenged

Each sperm has three parts - head, middle piece and tail. A ½+½
structure at the tip of head produces enzymes that help the ½
sperm to penetrate the female ovum. ½
Sperm is a male gamete and helps in fertilization. 1 3

25. (a) Both Nisha and Raj are undergoing changes at puberty. 1
(b) Nisha develops pimples due to increase production of
sebum from the sebaceous glands. 1
(c) Raj's throat protudes because layrnx grows larger during
puberty and it is called Adam's apple. 1 3

26. (1) Cell membrane


(2) Chromatin Network
(3) Nuclear Membrane
(4) Mitochondria
(5) Endoplasmic Reticulum
(6) Cytoplasm ½×6 3

For visually challenged

Mitochondria - Cellular Respiration ½+½


Endoplasmic Reticulu-Transport ½+½
Ribosomes - Protein Synthesis ½+½

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

27. (a) The phemomenon is Refraction of light and its cause


is the change in the speed of light when it goes from
one medium to another.
(b) Medium I is optically rarer and medium 2 in optically
denser.
(c) More is the optical density and less is the speed of light
and vice-versa.
Speed of light in medium 1
(d) 1n2 = 5 5
Speed of light in medium 2
For visually challenged

(a) The scientific phenomeon Involved is refraction 1


Its cause is that the speed of light changes when it goes
from one medium to another. 1
(b) Air is optically rarer and glass slab is opticaly denser
medium. 1
(Choice only part 'a' & 'b' 1
'c' & 'd' remain same for visually challenged students) 1

OR

(a) A'

B' B F 2F
2F F O

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

Size : Enlarged ½

Nature : Virtual and Erect ½

(b) Focal length (f) a spherical lens is half of the radius of

curvature (R) f = R/2 1

(c) Two applications of convex lens are :

(i) it is used as a magnifying glass ½+½

(ii) it is used in the microscope

(or any other application given on pg 147 of the text book)

For visually challenged

(a) On the same side of the lens as the object between F and

2 F.

Nature and size of the image in case(i) will be virtual and

erect and enlarged/larger than the object respectively.

Nature and size of the image in case (ii) will be real and

Inverted and smaller in size than the object

(Choice is only for part 'a'

b & c parts are same )

28. (a) (i) Both are forms of energy or both of them show

reflection.

(ii) Speed of both is different (or any other relevant.)

(b) (i) The reflecting surface must be at least 17m away

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
from the source of sound.

(ii) Time taken for reflection of sound should be at least

0.1 sec.

(c) Speed of sound is much greater than the speed of car. 5

29. (a) (i) dazzling / bright white light is seen

(ii) white coloured powder is formed

2Mg + O2 2MgO ½+½+1

(b) Dissolve white powder in water, dip a strip of red litmus

in the Solution, it turns blue indicating solution is

alkaline.

MgO + H2O Mg(OH)2 1+1+1 5

OR

(a) The series of metals arranged in the order of their

decreasing reactivity 1

K > Mg > Fe > Cu 1

(b) Blue colour of the solution fades and becomes colourless.

Magnesium ribbon gets coated with a brown layer. 1

It is because Mg is more reactive than Cu 1 5

Mg + CuSO4(ag) MgSO4+Cu 1
(Blue) (Colour less)
30. Syntheltic fibres are chains of small units (monomers) joined

together.

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
Any 4 advantages of synthetic fibres to be mentioned (Refer

Pg. 189 of text book)

• Easy to clean

• Wrinkle free

• Do not Shrink

• Long Lasting lustre 5

31. (a) (i) The fertilization takes place is the oviduct / fallopian

tube to produce zygote. 1

(ii) The zygote divides repeatedly to form cluster of

cells called as embryo, it plants itself in the lining

of uterus. 1

(iii) Gradually develops body parts such as head, eyes,

legs etc. The embryo at this stage is identified as

foetus. 1

(b)

Nuclei in sperm
and ovum

Nuclei in Zygote

Single Nucleus in Zygole

The process of fertilization 2 5

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
For visually challenged

(b) Zygote contains nuclear part of the father (sperm nucleus) 1

and of the mother (nucleus of egg) 1 2

32. (a) (i) Gametes have half number of chromosomes 1

(ii) Egg will always have 22+X chromosomes while

sperm will have 22+X or 22+Y chromosomes. 1

(iii) During fertilization if egg fuses with 22+X sperm

it will develop into female child and if it fuses with

22+Y it will develop into a male child. 1

(b) Thyroid - Regulate metabolism

Adrenal - Controls mineral level or stressful situation ½+½

Pituitary - Regulates growth of the body. (Any 2 from the ½+½ 5

book)

OR

Nutritional needs of adolescents explanation (Pg 212 of book)

(Any five points) 1×5

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question-wise analysis (term - Ii)

Estimated
S.No. of Learning Form of Marks
Content unit difficulty
questions objectives question allotted
level*

1. a K Earthquakes one word 1 B


b K Earthquakes one word 1 B
c K Pollution of air one word 1 B
d K Conservation of plants & animals one word 1 C
2. a A Sound Fillup 1 A
b U Electric current & its chemical effects " 1 B
c U Pollution of air " 1 B
d U Conservation of plants and animals " 1 C
3. a A Stars and Solar System Choose 1 A
the correct
option
b U Synthetic Fibres and Plastics " 1 B
c K Micro organisms : Friends or Foes " 1 B
d A Crop production and its management " 1 A
4. a A Human Eye VSA I 1 B
b K Sources of energy " 1 C
c K Pollution of water " 1 B
d U Reproduction in Animals " 1 B
5. A Stars and Solar System VSA II 2 B
6. K, U The Human Eye VSA II 2 B
7. U, A Friction VSA II 2 B
8. K Electric current & its chemical effects VSA II 2 B
9. U Pollution of Water VSA II 2 B
10. K, U Metals and non-metals VSA II 2 B
11. U, A Combustion VSA II 2 A
12. K Sources of energy VSA II 2 C
13. U, K Crop production and its management VSA II 2 B
14. K Micro organisms Friends or Foes VSA II 2 C
15. U, A Cell-Structure and its function VSA II 2 B
16. K, U Cell-Structure and its function VSA II 2 B
17. K Stars and Solar System SA 3 B

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question-wise analysis (term - Ii)

Estimated
S.No. of Learning Form of Marks
Content unit difficulty
questions objectives question allotted
level*

18. K The Human Eye SA 3 B


OR
U The Human Eye SA 3 B
19. K, U Force and pressure SA 3 B
20. A, K, U Refraction and Dispersion of light SA 3 B
21. A, U Metals and Non-metals SA 3 A
22. A, U Synthetic fibres and plastics SA 3 B
OR
U Synthetic fibres and plastics SA 3 B
23. A Pollution of Water (Value based ques.) SA 3 B
24. K Reproduction in Animals SA 3 B
OR
A Reproduction in Animals SA 3 A
25. A Reaching the age of adolescense SA 3 A
26. K Cell-Structure and its function SA 3 B
27. A, K Refraction and Dispersion of light LA 5 A
OR
A Refraction and Dispersion of light LA 5 B
28. K, U Sound LA/ 5 B
29. A, K Metals and Non-metals LA 5 A
OR
A,K Metals and Non-metals LA 5 A
30. K, U Synthetic fibres and Plastic LA 5 B
31 K, A Reproduction in Animals LA 5 B
32. A, U Reaching the age of adolescense LA 5 A
OR
K, U Reaching the age of adolescense LA 5 B
MCQ (Multiple Type Questions) : 1 * Difficult - A
VSA (Very Short Answer Type) : 1 Average - B
SA - II (Short Answer Type) : 2 Easy - C
SA - I (Short Answer Type) : 3
LA - (Long Answer) : 5
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mathematics
(term - I)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100

I. Weightage to learning objectives :

Objective Understanding Knowledge Application HOTS MD Skills Total


Marks 35 16 17 11 11 10 100

II. Weightage to form of questions :

From of Questions LA - II LA - I SA VSA Total


No. of Questions 12 12 06 04 34
Marks 48 36 12 04 100

III. Scheme of options : (Internal choice in 3 questions)


(Q. No. 11, 28 & 34)

IV. Scheme of Sections - 4 Sections (A, B, C & D)

V. Weightage to difficulty level :


(1) Difficult questions : 20%
(2) Average questions : 60%
(3) Easy questions : 20%

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mathematics
term - I
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. The question paper consists of four sections : A, B, C and D.
Section A consists of 4 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B consists of 6 questions of 2 mark each.
Section C consists of 12 questions of 3 mark each.
Section D consists of 12 questions of 4 mark each.
2. Please write the serial number of the question before attempting it.
3. In questions of constructions, the drawing should be neat and clean and exactly as per
the given measurements. Use ruler and compass only.
4. All questions are compulsory. However, internal choices have been given in some
questions.
lkekU; funsZ'k %
1- bl ç'u&i=k ds pkj [kaM gS & v] c] l vkSj nA
[kaM v esa 4 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 1 vad gSA
[kaM c esa 6 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 2 vad gSaA
[kaM l esa 12 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 3 vad gSaA
[kaM n esa 12 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 4 vad gSA
2- mÙkj fy[kuk izkjaHk djus ls igys ÑI;k ç'u dk Øekad vo'; fy[ksaA
3- jpuk ds ç'uksa esa] jpuk LoPN rFkk Bhd gksuh pkfg,] tks fd fn;s x;s ekiksa ds vuq:i gksA dsoy
iqQVs rFkk ijdkj dk ç;ksx djsaA
4- lHkh ç'u vfuok;Z gSa rFkkfi dqN ç'uksa esa vkarfjd fodYi fn;s x;s gSaA

section - A ([k.M & v)


1. How many non perfect square numbers lie between the squares of 40

and 41 ? 1
40 vkSj 41 ds oxks± ds chp esa fdruh l[;k,¡ gSa tks fd iw.kZ oxZ ugha gSa\

2. Express ax – ay + bx – by as the product of two binomials. 1


ax – ay + bx – by dks nks f}inksa ds xq.kuiQy ds :i esa fyf[k,A
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3. What will be the number of faces of a polyhedron having 6 vertices and
9 edges? 1
,d cgqiQyd ds 'kh"kks± dh la[;k 6 vkSj fdukjksa dh la[;k 9 gks] rks mlds iQydksa
dh la[;k D;k gksxh\

4. What type of variation exist for distance (in km) and time (in hours),
speed remaining the same? 1
;fn pky fLFkj jgs] rks nwjh (fdyksehVj esa) vkSj le; (?kaVks esa) esa fdl rjg dk
lekuqikr gksxk\
section - b ([k.M & c)
5. If x3 = 891 and y3 = 1089, then find the value of xy. 2
;fn x = 891 vkSj y = 1089 gS]
3 3
rks xy dk eku Kkr dhft,A
1
6. A person sells an article for I240, gainingof its C.P. Find the C.P. 2
5
,d O;fDr ,d oLrq dks I240 esa cspdj] Ø; ewY; dk 1 ykHk çkIr djrk gSA oLrq
5
dk Ø; ewY; Kkr dhft,A
7. The difference between the two selling prices of a shirt, at profits of 4% and
5%, is I6. Find the cost price of the shirt. 2
,d deht ds nks foØ; ewY;ksa esa] 4% vkSj 5% ykHk ij] 6 :i;s dk varj gSA deht
dk Ø; ewY; Kkr dhft,A
8. Find the value of :
104 ×104 − 96 × 96
104 ×104 + 96 × 96 − 2 ×104 × 96
using suitable identity. 2
fuEufyf[kr O;atd dk mfpr loZlfedk ds ç;ksx }kjk eku Kkr dhft, &
104 ×104 − 96 × 96
104 ×104 + 96 × 96 − 2 ×104 × 96
9. The area of the four walls of a room is 120m2. The length is twice the
breadth. If height of the room is 4m, find the breadth.
2
,d dejs dh pkj nhokjksa dk {ks=kiQy 120 oxZ ehVj gSA dejs dh yEckbZ mldh pkSM+kbZ
ls nksxquh gSA dejs dh pkSM+kbZ Kkr dhft,] ;fn mldh Å¡pkbZ 4 ehVj gSA
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10. Two cubes each of side 6cm are joined end to end to form a cuboid.
Find the surface area of the resulting cuboid. 2
6 lseh Hkqtk okys nks ?kuksa ds dksbZ nks iQydksa dks tksM+dj ,d ?kukHk cuk;k x;k gSA
bl ?kukHk dk i`"Bh; {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,A

section - C ([k.M & l)


11. A welfare association collected I 202500 as donation from the residents.
If each paid as many rupees as there were residents, find the number of
residents. 3
,d dY;k.k lfefr us fuokfl;ksa ls I202500 nku Lo:i ,df=kr fd,A ;fn izR;sd
fuoklh us fuokfl;ksa dh la[;k ds cjkcj jkf'k nku esa nh gS] rks mudh la[;k Kkr
dhft,A
OR (vFkok)
Find the length of the side of a square playground, whose area is equal to
the area of a rectangular field of dimensions 72m × 338m.
ml oxkZdkj [ksy ds eSnku dh Hkqtk dh yEckbZ Kkr dhft,] ftldk {ks=kiQy ,d
72 eh × 338 eh foekvksa okys vk;rkdkj eSnku ds {ks=kiQy ds cjkcj gSA
12. Evaluate 2.8 correct upto two places of decimal. 3
2.8 dk eku] n'keyo ds nks LFkkuksa rd 'kq¼] Kkr dhft,A

13. Evaluate (eku Kkr dhft,) % 3


339 + 3 32 3 8 3

14. Find the smallest number by which 3456 must be multiplied to make it
a perfect cube. 3
og NksVh ls NksVh la[;k Kkr dhft,] ftlls 3456 dks xq.kk djus ij xq.kuiQy ,d
iw.kZ ?ku la[;k cu tk,A
15. A train 150m long is running at 72 km/hr. It crosses a bridge in
13 seconds. Find the length of the bridge. 3
150 ehVj yEch jsyxkM+h] 72 fd-eh- izfr ?k.Vs dh xfr ls py jgh gSA ;g ,d iqy
dks 13 lSds.M esa ikj djrh gSA iqy dh yEckbZ Kkr dhft,A
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16. Mohan cycles to his school at an average speed of 12 km/hr. It takes him

20 minutes to reach the school. If he wants to reach his school in

15 minutes, what should be his average speed? 3


eksgu lkbZfdy }kjk 12 fd-eh- çfr ?kaVk dh vkSlr pky ls Ldwy tkrk gSA mls Ldwy
igq¡pus eas 20 feuV yxrs gSaA ;fn og vius Ldwy 15 feuV esa igq¡puk pkgrk gS] rks
mldh vkSlr pky D;k gksuh pkfg,\

17. A shopkeeper purchased 200 bulbs for I 10 each. However 5 bulbs were

fused and had to be thrown away. The remaining were sold at I 12 each.

Find the gain or loss percent. 3


,d nqdkunkj us I10 ewY; okys 200 cYc [kjhns 1 ijUrq [kjkc gksus ds dkj.k
5 cYc isaQdus iM+sA 'ks"k cYcksa dks I12 çfr cYc dh nj ls cspus ij] ykHk vFkok
gkfu çfr'kr Kkr dhft,A

18. Factorise (xq.ku[kaM dhft,) % x2 – 4y2 – 4x + 4. 3

19. In the given figure, if CD||EF and AB is a transversal, find the value

of x and hence find the measure of ∠GHE. 3


nh xbZ vkÑfr esa] ;fn CD||EF rFkk AB ,d fr;Zd js[kk gS] rks x dk eku Kkr dhft,
vr% ∠GHE dk eki Kkr dhft,A

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20. Draw a line segment AB = 5.5 cm. Find a point P on it which divides it in

the ratio of 2 : 3. 3

,d js[kk[k.M AB = 5.5 ls-eh- [khafp,A AB ij ,d fcUnq P Kkr dhft, tks bls


2 % 3 ds vuqikr esa foHkkftr djsA

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 20

ç-la- 20 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

0.064 0.64
3 ÷ −1
0.125 0.25

21. On the cartesian plane, draw a rectangle ABCD, of whose two vertices

are A(2, 1) & C(6, 6). Hence, write the coordinates of B & D. 3

dkrhZ; ry ij ,d vk;r ABCD cukb, ftlds nks 'kh"kZ A(2, 1) vkSj C(6, 6) gSaA vr%
B vkSj D ds funsZ'kkad fyf[k,A

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 21

ç-la- 21 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

Write the coordinates of the following points :

(i) the point at which the x-axis and y- axis intersect.

(ii) a point on x-axis, which is at a distance of 3 units form y-axis.

(iii) a point on y-axis, which is at a distance of 2 units from x-axis.

fuEufyf[kr fcUnqvksa ds funsZ'kkad fyf[k, &


(a) x v{k vkSj y v{k dk çfrPNsnu fcUnqA
(b) ,d fcUnq tks fd x v{k ij gS vkSj ftldh nwjh y v{k ls 3 bdkbZ gSA
(c) ,d fcUnq y v{k ij gS vkSj ftldh nwjh x v{k ls 2 bdkbZ gSA

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22. The diameter of a road roller 120cm long is 84 cm. If it takes 500 complete

revolutions to level a playground, determine the cost of levelling it at

the rate of 30 paise per sq. metre. 3


,d 120 lseh yEcs jksM jksyj dk O;kl 84 lseh gSA ;fn og ,d [ksy ds eSnku dks
lery djus ds fy, 500 pDdj yxkrk gS] rks 30 iSls çfr oxZ eh- dh nj ls eSnku
dks lery djus dk O;; Kkr dhft,A

section - D ([k.M & n)

23. The product of two numbers is 1575 and their ratio is 9 : 7. Find the
numbers. 4
nks la[;kvksa dk xq.kuiQy 1575 vkSj vuqikr 9 % 7 gSA la[;k,¡ Kkr dhft,A

24. The area of a square field is 50625m2. A man cycles along its boundary
at 18km/hr. In how much time will he return at the starting point? 4
,d oxkZdkj eSnku dk {ks=kiQy 50625 oxZ eh- gSA ,d O;fDr mldh ifjfèk ij
18 fd-eh- çfr ?kaVk dh pky ls lkbZfdy pykrk gSA fdrus le; esa og vius ewy
fcUnq ij ykSVsxk\

25. A person decided to distribute sweets packed in cubical boxes each of


volume 474.552 cubic cm., among children of an orphanage. Find the
side of each box. What value is depicted by the person? 4
,d O;fDr us] vukFkky; ds cPpksa esa ?kukdkj fMCcks esa feBkbZ Hkj dj forfjr djus
dk fu.kZ; fd;kA ;fn çR;sd fMCcs dk vk;ru 474-552 ?ku ls-eh- gS rks mldh Hkqtk
Kkr dhft,A ml O;fDr }kjk fdl ewY; dks n'kkZ;k x;k gS\

26. 120 men had food provision for 200 days. After 5 days, 30 men left the
place. How long will the food last now? 4
120 O;fDr;ksa ds fy, 200 fnuksa dk i;kZIr Hkkstu miyCèk FkkA 5 fnuksa ds ckn] 30
O;fDr LFkku NksM+ dj pys x,A vc Hkkstu fdrus fnu pysxk\
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27. A dealer purchased a washing machine for I 7660. He allows a discount

of 12% on its marked price and still gains 10%. Find the marked price

of the machine. 4
,d foØsrk us ,d diM+s èkksus dh e'khu I7660 esa [kjhnhA og vafdr ewY; ij
12% cV~Vk nsdj Hkh 10% ykHk dekrk gSA e'khu dk vafdr ewY; Kkr dhft,A
2
28. Komal buys a plot of land for I 96000. She sells of it at a loss of 6%.
5
At what gain percent should she sell the remaining part of the plot to

gain 10% on the whole transanction? 4


2
dksey I 96000 esa ,d Hkw[k.M [kjhnrh gSA og mldk Hkkx 6% gkfu ij csprh
5
gSA mls 'ks"k Hkw[k.M dks fdrus ykHk çfr'kr ij cspuk pkfg, rkfd mls iwjs ysu&nsu
ij 10% ykHk gks\

OR (vFkok)

Sanya bought two fans for I 3605. She sold one at a profit of 15% and

other at a loss of 9%. If Sanya obtained the same amount for each fan,

find the cost price of each fan.

lkU;k us nks ia[ks I 3605 esa [kjhnsA mlus ,d ia[kk 15% ykHk vkSj nwljk 9% gkfu
ij cspkA ;fn mls nksuksa ia[kksa ij leku jkf'k izkIr gqbZ gS rks] çR;sd ia[ks dk Ø; ewY;
Kkr dhft,A
1
29. If x + = 11 , find the value of
2

x2
1 1
(i) x − (ii) x + 4
4
4
x x
1
;fn x 2 + 2 = 11 gS] rks fuEufyf[kr dk eku Kkr dhft, %
x
1 1
(i) x − (ii) x + 4
4

x x

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30. Factorise (xq.ku[kaM dhft,) % 25 x 2 + 49 y 2 + 70 xy − 112 y − 80 x + 64 4

31. In the given figure, AB||CD and XY is a transversal. ∠BPQ = 1100, PR and QR

are the bisectors of ∠APQ and ∠CQP respectively. Find the value of x. 4

nh xbZ vkÑfr esa] AB||CD vkSj XY ,d fr;Zd gSA ∠BPQ = 1100 ] PR vkSj QR Øe'k%

∠APQ vkSj ∠CQP ds lef}Hkktd gSaA x dk eku Kkr dhft,A

32. Draw the speed time graph from the following data :

Time 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 noon 2:00 p.m.


Speed (in km/hr) 40 50 60 70

From the graph, find the speed at 3:00 p.m. 4

uhps fn, x;s vk¡dM+ksa ds fy, pky le; vkys[k cukb,A


le; 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 noon 2:00 p.m.
pky (fd-eh-@?kaVk) 40 50 60 70
vkys[k ls 3%00 p.m. ij pky Kkr dhft,A

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Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 32
ç-la- 32 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

Find the product using suitable identity.


mfpr loZlfedk ds ç;ksx }kjk xq.kuiQy Kkr dhft,A
 1  1  2 1  4 1 
 x +  x −  x + 2  x + 4 
 x  x  x  x 
33. The dimensions of a cuboid are in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 4 and its toal surface
area is 208m2. Find its dimensions. 4
,d ?kukHk dh foek,¡ 2 : 3 : 4 ds vuqikr esa gSa vkSj bldk dqy i`"Bh; {ks=kiQy 208
oxZehVj gSA ?kukHk dh foek,¡ Kkr dhft,A

34. The pareallel sides of a trapezium are 25cm and 13 cm and its non-parallel
sides are 10cm each. Find the area of the trapezium. 4
,d leyac prqHkqZt dh lekarj Hkqtk,¡ 25 lseh vkSj 13 lseh gSaA bldh çR;sd vlekarj
Hkqtk 10 lseh yach gSaA leyac prqHkqZt dk {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,A

OR (vFkok)

The inner diameter of a wooden cylindrical pipe is 24cm and its outer
diameter is 28cm. The length of pipe is 35cm. The length of pipe is

35cm. Find the mass of the pipe, if 1cm3 of wood weighs 3g.

,d ydM+h ds csyukdkj ikbZi dk vkarfjd O;kl 24 lseh- vkSj cká O;kl 28 lseh-
gSA ikbZi dh yEckbZ 35 lseh- gSA ;fn ,d ?ku lseh- ydM+h dk Hkkj 3g gS] rks ikbZi
dk Hkkj Kkr dhft,A

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mathematics
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1. 2×40 = 80 1 1
2. a(x – y) + b(x – y) ½
= (a + b)(x – y) ½ 1
3. F + V = E + 2
F + 6 = 9 + 2 ½
F = 11 – 6 = 5 ½ 1
4. Direct Variation 1 1
5. x = 3 891 , y = 3 1089
3 891 3 1089
3 297 3 363 1
3 99 11 121
3 33 11
11
xy = 3 891×1089 ½
= 3×3×11 = 99 ½ 2
6.
Let C.P. = D x
1 1
gain = of x = × x
5 5
x
gain
gain % = ×100 = 5 ×100
C.P. x
x 1
= × ×100 = 20% 1
5 x
S .P. ×100 240 × 100
C.P. = =D = D 200 1 2
(100 + gain% ) 120

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
7. Let C.P. = D x
100 + 4 104
(S.P.)1 =×x = x ½
100 100
100 + 5 105
(S.P.)2 = ×x = x ½
100 100
105 104
x− x = 6 ½
100 100
x
= 6
100
x = 600
\ C.P. = D 600 ½ 2

(104 ) − (96 )
2 2

8. ½
(104 ) − (96 ) − 2 ×104 × 96
2 2

=
(104 + 96 )(104 − 96 )
½
(104 − 96 )
2

=
(104 + 96 )(104 − 96 )
½
(104 − 96 )(104 − 96 )
200
=
8
= 25 ½ 2
9. Let breadth be x m length be 2x m ½
2 (l + b) × h = 120m
2
½
2(2x + x) × 4 = 120 ½
120
x= = 5m
24
breadth = 5 m ½ 2
10. length = 12 cm, breadth = 6 cm, ½
height = 6 cm
Total Surface area of cuboid

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
= 2(lb + bh + hl)
= 2 (12 × 6 + 6 × 6 + 6 × 12) ½
= 2 (72 + 36 + 72) ½
= 2 × 180 = 360 cm2 ½ 2
11. Let the no. of residents = Amount paid by each resident = Dx ½
\, x × x = 202500
x2 = 202500 ½
x = 202500 = 450 ½

450
4 20 25 00 1
+4 –16

85 4 25
– 4 25
0
\, no. of residents = 450 ½ 3
OR
Area of square = Area of rectangle
(Side)2 = 72 × 338 1
Side = 72 × 338 ½
= 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 × 2 ×13 ×13 1
= 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 ×13 ×13

2 72 2 338
2 36 13 169
2 18 13
3 9
3
= 2×2×3×13 = 156 m ½ 3

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
12. 1. 6 73 1
1 2. 80 00 00
+1 –1
26 1 80 ½
+6 –1 56
327 24 00 ½
+7 – 22 89
3343 1 1 1 00 ½
– 1 0 0 29
1 0 7 1
2.8 = 1.673 .................
 1.67 correct upto 2 places of decimal ½ 3

13. 3
339 + 3 32 3 8
= 3 339 + 3 32 × 2 1

= 3 339 + 3 64 ½
= 3 339 + 4 ½
= 3 343 ½
= 7 ½ 3
14. 2 3456
2 1728
2 864
2 432
2 216
2 108
2 54
3 27
3 9
3 3
1

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Point

3456 = 2×2×2 2×2×2 × 2 × 3×3×3 ½


On grouping the factors into triplets 2 is left out
\, 3456 must be multipled by 4, so that the product 1 3
is a perfect cube.
15. Length of the Train = 150 m
Let length of the bridge be x metres
So, distance to be covered to cross the bridge
= (150+x) metres ½
Speed of the Train = 72 km/hr
72 ×1000
= = 20 m/sec. ½
3600
Distance (in metres) 20 150+x
Time (in Seconds) 1 13
This is a case of direct variation ½
20 150 + x
= ½
1 13
20 × 13 = 150 + x
260 – 150 = x ½
110 = x
So, length of the Bridge = 110 metres ½ 3
Note : Use of alternative method is allowed
16. Let average speed if time taken is 15 minutes be x km/hr. 1
Speed (in km/hr) 12 x
20 15
Time (in hour)
60 60
This is a case of inverse variation 1
20 15
12 × = x×
60 60
12 × 20
= x = 16
15
Average speed = 16 km/h 1 3

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
17. C.P. of 200 bulbs = 200 × 10 ½
= D 2000
Remaining bulbs = 195
S.P. of 195 bulbs = 195 × 12
= D 2340 1
gain = S.P. – C.P. = 2340 – 2000
= D 340 ½
gain 340
×100 =
gain % = ×100
C.P. 2000
= 17% 1 3
18. x2 + 4 – 4x – 4y2 ½
x2+ (2)2 – 2 × 2 × x – 4y2 1
(x – 2)2 – (2y)2 1
(x – 2 + 2y) (x – 2 – 2y) or (x + 2y – 2) (x – 2y – 2) ½ 3
19. ∠AGC = ∠GHE = 9x0 – 220 (Corresponding angles) ½
∠GHE + ∠GHF = 1800 (linear pair)
9x – 22 + 3x + 10 = 180 1
12x – 12 = 180
12x = 180 + 12
192
x=
= 16 ½
12
∠GHE = 9 × 160 – 220 = 1440 – 220
= 1220 1 3
20. Drawing line segment AB correctly
Drawing parallel lines AX & BY
Containing acute angles at end points A and B.
(The angles may be drawn with compass or protractor) 1
Making 5 arcs each on both rays at equal distances 1
Joining A to arc 5 on ray BY
Joining B to arc 5 on ray AX
Now joining arc 2 on ray AX to
arc 3 on ray BY interesecting AB at Q.
Q is the requred point on AB 1 3
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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
For visually challenged students
3
64 64
3
÷ − 1
125 25
4 8
= ÷ − 1 1
5 5
4 5
= × − 1 ½
5 8
1
= − 1 ½
2
1− 2 −1
= = 1 3
2 2
21. Correct plotting of each point 2
coordinates are (6, 1) & (2, 6) 1 3
For visually challenged students
(i) (0, 0) 1
(ii) (3, 0) 1
(iii) (0, 2) 1 3
22. h = 120 cm, d = 84 cm
r = 42 cm ½
Area covered in 1 revolution
= 2prh
22
= 2×
× 42 × 120
7
= 31680 cm2 1
Area covered in 500 revolutions
= 31680 × 500
= 15840000 cm2
= 1584 m2 1
30
Cost of levelling = D1584 × = D 475.20 ½ 3
100

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Point/Key
Point
23. Let the 1st number be x
1575
then, 2nd number = ½
x
A.T.Q.
x 9
= 1
1575 7
x
x2 9
= ½
1575 7
9
x2 = ×1575
7
x2 = 2025 ½
x= 2025 ½
= 45
So, 1st number = 45 ½
1575
2nd number = = 35 ½ 4
45
24. Area of square field = 50625m2
Side2 = 50625
Side = 50625 1
225
2 5 06 25
4
42 1 06
84
445 2225
2225 1
0
Side = 225 m

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
\ Distance travelled = Perimeter of square
= 4 × side
= 4 × 225
= 900 m = 0.9 km 1
Distance
Time =
Speed
0.9
=
18
9
=
180
1
= hours
20
1
= × 60
20
= 3 minutes 1 4
25. Let each side of cube = x cm
Volume = x × x × x
474.552 = x3 1
x = 3 474.552
3
474552 474552
= 3 = 3
½
1000 1000
2 474552
2 237276
2 118638
3 59319 1
3 19773
3 6591
13 2197
13 169
13

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

2 × 3 ×13 39
x= = = 7.8 i.e. side of box = 7.8 cm ½
10 5
Sharing or any other valid value 1 4
26. After 5 days
No. of men = 120 – 30
= 90 1
Let the no. of days the food will last for 90 men = x

No. of men 120 90


No. of days 195 x
This is a case of inverse variation ½
120 × 195 = 90 × x 1
120 × 195
=x
90
260 = x
\, no. of days remaining food will last = 260 1 4
27. C.P. = D 7660
gain % = 10%

S .P. =
(100 + gain% ) × C.P.
100
100 + 10
= × 7660 1
100
110
= × 7660 = D 8426 1
100
Discount % = 12%

S .P. =
(100 + Discount % ) × M .P.

100
8426 ×100
M .P. = 1
100 − 12
842600
= = D 9575 1 4
88
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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
28. C.P. of entire land = D 96000
Proposed overall profit = 10% of D 96000
10
× 96000 =
100
= D 9600
Proposed S.P. = D 96000 + D 9600 1
= D 105600
2 2
C.P. of
of land = × D 96000
5 5
= D 38400 1
Loss = 6% of D 38400
6
× 38400
=
100
= D 2304 ½
S.P. = C.P. – Loss
= D 38400 – D 2304
= D 36096 ½
S.P. of remaining part of the land
= D 105600 – D 36096 ½
= D 69504
Profit for remaining land = D 69504 – D 38400
= D 31104 1 4
OR
Let C.P. of 1st fan = Dx
and C.P. of 2nd fan = D(3605 – x) ½

S.P. of first fan =


(100 + Profit% ) × C.P.
100

=
(100 + 15) × x
100
115
= × x 1
100

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

100 − loss %
S.P. of 2nd fan = × C.P.
100
100 − 9
= × (3605 − x)
100
91
=(3605 − x) 1
100
S.P. of 1st fan = S.P. of 2nd fan
115 91
x = (3605 − x) ½
100 100
115x = 328055 – 91x
115x + 91x = 328055
206 x = 328055
328055
x= = 1592.5 ½
206
\, C.P. of 1st fan = D 1592.50
C.P. of 2nd fan = D 2012.50 ½ 4
2
 1 1 1
(1)  x −  = x + 2 − 2 (x ) 
2
29. 1
 x x  x
1
= x2 + −2
x2
= 11– 2
= 9 1
1
\, x − =3
x
1
(2) x2 + = 11
x2
Squaring both sides
2
 2 1 
 x + 2  = 11 1
2

 x 

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1
x4 + + 2 = 121
x4
1
x 4 + 4 = 121 − 2
x
= 119 1 4
30. (5x)2 + (7y)2 + (–8)2 + 2(5x)(7y) + 2(7y)(–8)+2(–8)(5x) 2
= (5x + 7y – 8)2 1
= (5x + 7y – 8)(5x + 7y – 8) 1 4
∠APQ + ∠BPQ = 1800 (Linear Pair)
31.
∠APQ + 1100 = 1800 ½
∠APQ = 1800 – 1100 = 700
1
∠APQ = ∠APQ [PR is the bisection of ∠APQ]
2
1
= × 70 = 350 ½
2
∠BPQ = ∠PQC = 1100 [Alternate interior angles]
1
∠PQR = ∠PQC [QR is the bisect or of ∠CPQ]
2
110
= = 550
2
In DQRP, by angle sum property
∠RPQ + ∠PQR + ∠QRP = 1800 1
350 + 550 + ∠QRP = 1800
900 + ∠QRP = 1800
∠QRP = 1800 – 900
= 900 ½
∠QRP = x [Vertically opposite angles]
\, x = 900 ½ 4
Alternative solution should be awarded suitably.
32. Choosing an appropriate scale for
plotting points along X-axis and Y-axis (labelling of axes) ½
Correct plotting of 4 points 2
Joining 4 points (Making straight line) ½
Speed at 3 p.m. = 75 km/hr. 1 4

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
For visually challenged students
 1  1  2 1  4 1 
 x +  x −  x + 2  x + 4 
 x  x  x  x 
 2 1  2 1  4 1 
=  x − 2   x + 2   x + 4  1½
 x  x  x 
 1  1 
=  x 4 − 4   x 4 + 4  1½
 x  x 
1
= x8 − 8 1 4
x
33. Let the dimensions of cuboid be 2x m, 3x m and 4x m 1
2(lb + bh + he) = 208 m 2

2[(2x)(3x) + (3x)(4x) + (4x)(2x)] = 208 m2 1


2[6x + 12x + 8x ] = 208
2 2 2

52x2 = 208
208
x2 =
50
x = 4 = 2 1
Hence, the dimensions are 4m, 6m and 8m 1 4
34.

Let ABCD be the given trapezium in which


AB = 25 cm, DC = 13 cm, AD = 10 cm, BC = 10 cm
Through C, draw CF || AD
Also, draw CE ^ AB ½
Now, FB = AB – AF = 25 – 13 = 12 cm

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
In DFBC, FC = BC = 10 cm
So, it is an isosceles triangle
Also CE ^ FB, so E is the mid point of FB
1 1
FE = FB = × 12 cm = 6 cm 1
2 2
In right angled traingle DCEF, by pythagoras theorem
CF2 = FE2 + CE2
102 = 62 + CE2
100 = 36 + CE2
100 – 36 = CE2
64 = CE2
CE = 8 cm 1
1
Area of Trapezium ABCD = (AB + DC) × CE
2
1
= (25 + 13) × 8
2
1
= × 38 × 8 = 152 cm2 1 4
2
OR
Outer diameter = 28 cm
Outer radius (R) = 14 cm
Inner diameter = 24 cm ½
Inner radius (r) = 12 cm
Length of the pipe (h) = 35 cm
Volume of wood = pR2h – pr2h
= ph (R2 – r2) 1
22
= × 35 (142 – 122) ½
7
22
= × 35 × 52
7
= 5720 cm3 1
Mass of pipe = 5720 × 3
= 17160 g or 17.16 kg 1 4

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question-wise analysis (term - i)

Learning / Estimated
S.No. of Form of Marks
Specific Content unit difficulty
questions question allotted
objectives level*

1. A Square and Square Roots VSA 1 C


2. K Algebraic Identities VSA 1 B
3. K Mensuration VSA 1 C
4. U Direct & Inverse Variation VSA 1 C
5. A Cube & Cube Roots SA 2 B
6. U Profit, Loss and Discount SA 2 B
7. A Profit, Loss and Discount SA 2 A
8. U Algebraic Identities SA 2 C
9. U Mensuration SA 2 B
10. U Mensuration SA 2 B
11. K Square and Square Roots LA-I 3 C
12. U Square and Square Roots LA-I 3 B
13. HOTS Cube and Cube Roots LA-I 3 A
14. K Cube and Cube Roots LA-I 3 C
15. A Direct and Inverse Variation LA-I 3 B
16. U Direct and Inverse Variation LA-I 3 B
17. A Profit, Loss and Discount LA-I 3 B
18. A Algebraic Identities LA-I 3 A
19. MD Parallel Lines LA-I 3 B
20. S Parallel Lines LA-I 3 B
21. S Introduction to Graphs LA-I 3 C
22. A Mensuration LA-I 3 B
23. HOTS Square and Square Root LA-II 4 A
24. MD Square and Square Root LA-II 4 B
25. K Cube and Cube Root LA-II 4 C

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Learning / Estimated
S.No. of Form of Marks
Specific Content unit difficulty
questions question allotted
objectives level*

26. U Direct and Inverse Variation LA-II 4 A


27. U Profit, Loss and Discount LA-II 4 B
28. HOTS Profit, Loss and Discount LA-II 4 A
29. U Algebraic Identities LA-II 4 B
30. K Algebraic Identities LA-II 4 B
31. U Parallel Lines LA-II 4 B
32. S Introduction to Graphs LA-II 4 C
33. MD Mensuration LA-II 4 B
34. U Mensuration LA-II 4 A

No. of Questions :
VSA - Very Short Answer Type : 4 A - Difficult - 24
SA - Short Answer Type : 6 B - Average - 54
LA - I Long Answer Type I : 12 C - Easy - 22
LA - II Long Answer Type II : 12

U - Understanding : 35
K - Knowledge : 16
A - Application : 17
S - Skill : 10
MD - Multidisciplinary : 11
HOTS - Higher Order Thinking Skills : 11
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mathematics
(term - II)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100

I. Weightage to learning objectives :

Objective Understanding Knowledge Application HOTS MD Skills Total


Marks 35 25 18 8 6 8 100

II. Weightage to form of questions :

From of Questions LA - II LA - I SA VSA Total


No. of Questions 12 12 06 04 34
Marks 48 36 12 04 100

III. Scheme of options : (Internal choice in 3 questions)


(Q. No. 14, 28 & 30)

IV. Scheme of Sections - 4 Sections (A, B, C & D)

V. Weightage to difficulty level :


(1) Difficult questions : 20%
(2) Average questions : 60%
(3) Easy questions : 20%

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mathematics
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. The question paper consists of four sections : A, B, C and D.
Section A consists of 4 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B consists of 6 questions of 2 mark each.
Section C consists of 12 questions of 3 mark each.
Section D consists of 12 questions of 4 mark each.
2. Please write the serial number of the question before attempting it.
3. In questions of constructions, the drawing should be neat and clean and exactly as per
the given measurements. Use ruler and compass only.
4. All questions are compulsory. However, internal choices have been given in some
questions.
lkekU; funsZ'k %
1- bl ç'u&i=k ds pkj [kaM gS & v] c] l vkSj nA
[kaM v esa 4 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 1 vad gSA
[kaM c esa 6 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 2 vad gSaA
[kaM l esa 12 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 3 vad gSaA
[kaM n esa 12 ç'u gSa ftuesa ls çR;sd dk 4 vad gSA
2- mÙkj fy[kuk izkjaHk djus ls igys ÑI;k ç'u dk Øekad vo'; fy[ksaA
3- jpuk ds ç'uksa esa] jpuk LoPN rFkk Bhd gksuh pkfg,] tks fd fn;s x;s ekiksa ds vuq:i gksA dsoy
iqQVs rFkk ijdkj dk ç;ksx djsaA
4- lHkh ç'u vfuok;Z gSa rFkkfi dqN ç'uksa esa vkarfjd fodYi fn;s x;s gSaA

section - A ([k.M & v)


1. ABCD is a rectangle whose diagonals meet at O. Find the value of x if
OA = 2x+4 units and OD = 3x+1 units. 1
ABCD ,d vk;r gS ftlds fod.kZ O ij feyrs gSaA ;fn OA = 2x+4 bdkbZ vkSj
OD = 3x+1 bdkbZ gS rks x dk eku Kkr dhft,A

2. In the given word 'ETHICAL' which alphabets show rotational


symmetry of order 2 ? 1
fn;s x, 'kCn 'ETHICAL' esa dkSu ls v{kj ?kw.kZu lefefr dk ?kw.kZu Øe 2
n'kkZrk gS\
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3. Find the co-ordinates of a point on y-axis at a distance of 3 units from

origin. 1
y-v{k ij fLFkr ,d fcUnq] ftldh ewy fcUnq ls nwjh 3 bdkbZ gS] ds funsZ'kkad Kkr
dhft,A

4. What is the distance between the points P(0, 1) and Q(0, 7) ? 1

fcUnq P(0, 1) vkSj Q(0, 7) ds chp dh nwjh D;k gS\

section - b ([k.M & c)


−1

5. Evaluate (eku Kkr dhft,) % (0.512 ) 3 


−4 2
2
 

6. In how much time will a sum of I 1600 amount to I 1852.20 at 5% p.a.

compounded annually? 2

fdrus le; esa I 1600 dk feJèku 5% okf"kZd pØo`f¼ C;kt dh nj ls I 1852-20


gks tk,xk] tcfd C;kt okf"kZd la;ksftr gksrk gS\

7. A letter is chosen at random from the word 'PROBABILITY'. What is

the probability that it is a vowel? 2

'kCn 'PROBABILITY' ds v{kjksa esa ls ,d v{kj ;kn`PN;k pquk tkrk gSA bl v{kj
ds Loj gksus dh çkf;drk D;k gS\

8. Write the order and angle of rotational symmetry of a rectangle. 2


,d vk;r dk ?kw.kZu lefefr Øe vkSj ?kw.kZu lefefr dks.k fyf[k,A

9. If the weight of 48 sheets of paper is 32g, how many sheets of the same

paper would weigh 2.72 kg? 2

;fn dkxt dh 48 lhVksa dk Hkkj 32 xzke gS rks mlh çdkj ds dkxt dh fdruh 'khVksa
dk Hkkj 2-72 fdyksxzke gksxk\
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10. In the given figure AB || CD,

∠FAE=600 and ∠AFE=400.

Find ∠ECD. 2

nh xbZ vkÑfr esa AB || CD]

∠FAE=600 vkSj ∠AFE=400 gks]

rks ∠ECD Kkr dhft,A

section - C ([k.M & l)

11. Solve the following exponential equation 3


fuEu ?kkrh; lehdj.k dks gy dhft,
42 x −1 = 82 x +1

25 × a −3
12. Evaluate at a = 2. 3
5−3 ×10 × a −5
25 × a −3
dk a = 2 ds fy, eku Kkr dhft,A
5−3 ×10 × a −5
13. The bacteria in a culture grows by 10% in the first hour, decreases by 10%
in the second hour and again increases by 10% in the third hour. If the
original count of the bacteria in a sample is 10,000, find the bacteria count at
the end of 3 hrs. 3
,d laoèkZu esa thok.kq igys ?k.Vs esa 10% dh nj ls c<+rs gSa] nwljs ?k.Vs esa 10%
dh nj ls ?kVrs gS vkSj rhljs ?k.Vs esa nksckjk 10% dh nj ls c<+rs gSaA ;fn ,d uewus
esa thok.kqvksa dh okLrfod la[;k 10000 gS rks rhljs ?k.Vs ds var esa thok.kqvksa dh
la[;k Kkr dhft,A

14. Find the compoud interest on I 125000 for 9 months at 8% p.a., if interest
being compounded quarterly. 3
I 125000dh jkf'k ds fy, 8% okf"kZd nj ls 9 eghus dk pØo`f¼ C;kt Kkr dhft,
tcfd C;kt =kSekfld la;ksftr gksuk gSA

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OR (vFkok)

The population of a town 2 years ago was 62500. Due to migration to cities
it decreases every year at the rate of 4% p.a. Find its present population.
2 o"kZ igys ,d uxj dh tula[;k 62500 FkhA 'kgjksa dh rjiQ LFkkukUrj.k dh otg
ls ;g 4% dh okf"kZd nj ls ?kVrh gSA orZeku tula[;k Kkr dhft,A

15. What must be subtracted from 8x4 + 14x3 – 2x2 + 7x – 8 so that the resulting
polynomial is exactly divisible by 4x2 + 3x – 2. 3
8x4 + 14x3 – 2x2 + 7x – 8 esa ls D;k ?kVk;k tk, fd 'ks"k cgqin (4x2 + 3x – 2) ls
iw.kZr;% foHkkftr gks tk,\

16. Using factor method, divide ax2 + (b + ac)x + bc by (x + c). 3


xq.ku[k.M fofèk }kjk ax2 + (b + ac)x + bc dks (x + c) ls Hkkx nhft,A

17. Solve the following equation : 3


fuEu lehdj.k dks gy dhft,A
6 x + 7 4 x + 13
=
3x + 2 2 x + 5
18. Surbhi has I 112 as one rupee and five rupees coins. If the number of
one rupee coins is thrice the number of five rupees coins, then how
many coins of each denomination does she has? 3
lqjfHk ds ikl I112] ,d :i;s vkSj ik¡p :i;ksa ds flDdksa ds :i esa gSA ;fn ,d
:i;s ds flDdksa dh la[;k ik¡p :i;ksa ds flDdksa dh la[;k dk rhu xquk gS rks mlds
ikl ,d :i;s vkSj ik¡p :i;ks ds fdrus flDds gS\

19. One of the diagonals of a rhombus is equal to one of its sides. Find all
the angles of the rhombus. 3
,d leprqHkqZt dk ,d fod.kZ mldh ,d Hkqtk ds leku gSA leprqHkqZt ds lHkh
dks.kksa dk eku Kkr dhft,A
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20. A family has monthly income of I 10000. The money is spent under

different heads which is represented by the following pie-chart.

(i) Find money spent by the family on food.

(ii) Find the difference in expenditure on rent and clothes. 3


,d ifjokj dh ekfld vk; 10000 :i;s gSA vk; dk fofHkUu Hkkxksa esa fd;k x;k
[kpZ fuEu o`r&fp=k esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA
(i) ifjokj }kjk [kkus ij fd, x;k [kpZ Kkr dhft,A
(ii) fdjk;s vkSj diM+ksa ij fd;s x;s [kpks± dk varj Kkr dhft,A

Misc. (vU;)
21%
Food ([kkuk)
33%

Clothes (diM+s)
Sa 15%
vi
ng
s(
Rent (fdjk;k) cp
25% 6% r)

21. A card is drawn at random from a pack of 52 cards. Find the probability

that the card drawn is :

(i) a red card.

(ii) neither a red card nor a queen

(iii) other than an ace 3


52 iÙkksa dh rk'k dh xîóh esa ls ,d iÙkk ;kn`PN;k fudkyk tkrk gSA çkf;drk Kkr
dhft, fd fudkyk gqvk iÙkk
(i) ,d yky iÙkk gSA
(ii) u rks yky iÙkk gks vkSj u gh jkuh gksA
(iii) bDds ls vyx dksbZ iÙkk gksA
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22. Find the side of a cube whose volume is equal to the volume of a
cuboid of dimensions 350m × 245m × 108 m. 3
ml ?ku dh Hkqtk Kkr dhft, ftldk vk;ru ml ?kukHk ds vk;ru ds cjkcj gS
ftldh foek,¡ 350 eh- × 245 eh- × 180 eh- gSaA
section - d ([k.M & n)
4x
23. If 5 x +1 − 5 x = 500 , then find the value of + 1 . 4
4x 3
;fn 5 x +1
− 5 = 500 gS] rks
x
+ 1 dk eku Kkr dhft,A
3
24. The difference between the compound interest and simple interest on a
certain sum for 2 years at 7.5% per annum is I 360. Find the sum. 4
fdlh jkf'k ij nks o"kZ ds fy, 7-5% okf"kZd nj ls pØo`f¼ C;kt vkSj lkèkkj.k C;kt
esa vUrj 360 :i;s gSA jkf'k Kkr dhft,A

25. By which polynomial we should divide (4x4 – 5x3 – 39x2 – 46x – 2) to get
quotient as x2 – 3x – 5 and remainder as –5x + 8. 4
4x4 – 5x3 – 39x2 – 46x – 2 dks fdl cgqin ls Hkkx fn;k tk, fd HkkxiQy
(x2 – 3x – 5) vkSj 'ks"kiQy –5x + 8 fey tk,A

26. A steamer covers a certain distance upstream in a river in five and a half
hours. It covers the same distance downstream in five hours. Find the
speed of the steamer in still water, when the speed of the stream is
1.5 km/hr. 4
,d LVehj dqN nwjh ikuh ds cgko ds fo:¼ 5½ ?kaVs esa r; djrk gSA ogh nwjh og
ikuh ds cgko ds lkFk 5 ?kaVs esa r; djrk gSA tc ikuh ds cgko dh xfr 1-5 fd-
eh- çfr ?kaVk gS rks Bgjs ikuh esa LVhej dh xfr Kkr dhft,A

27. ABCD is a quadrilateral in which all four sides are equal. Show that both
pairs of opposite sides are parallel. 4
ABCD ,d prqHkqZt gS ftldh pkjksa Hkqtk,¡ leku gSA n'kkZb, fd foijhr Hkqtkvksa ds
nksuksa ;qXe lekarj gSA
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28. The diagonals of a rectangle ABCD intersect at point O. If ∠BOC = 680,
find ∠ODA. 4
,d vk;r ABCD ds fod.kZ O fcUnq ij dkVrs gSaA ;fn ∠BOC = 680 gks rks] ∠ODA
Kkr dhft,A

OR (vFkok)

PQRS is a parallelogram. PL bisects ∠P and RM bisects ∠R. L lies on RS


and M lies on PQ. show that -
(i) PL || RM
(ii) PMRL is a parallelogram.
PQRS ,d lekarj prqHkqZt gSA PL dks.k P vkSj RM dks.k R dks lef}Hkkftr djrk gSA
L Hkqtk RS vkSj M Hkqtk PQ ij fLFkr gSA n'kkZb, fd &
(i) PL || RM
(ii) PMRL ,d lekarj prqHkqZt gSA

29. Construct a quadrilateral ABCD in which AB = 5 cm, BC = 4 cm, CD = 5 cm


and diagonals BD = AC = 6.5 cm. 4
,d prqHkqZt ABCD dh jpuk dhft, ftlesa AB = 5 lseh] BC = 4 lseh] CD = 5 lseh
vkSj fod.kZ BD = AC = 6.5 lseh gSA

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 29


ç-la- 29 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

A sum gives simple interest of I600 for 2 years at the rate of 4% per
annum. Find the compound interest on the same sum at the same rate
of interest and same time period when interest is compounded annually.
fdlh jkf'k ij 2 lky esa 4% çfro"kZ dh nj ls I 600 lkèkkj.k C;kt feyrk gSA mlh
jkf'k ij] mlh nj ij vkSj mlh le; esa fdruk pØo`f¼ C;kt feysxk] tcfd C;kt
çfro"kZ la;ksftr gksrk gSA
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30. Weekly savings (in I) of 30 students of Class-VIII are given below.

Prepare a frequency distribution table with class intervals 30-40, 40-50 etc.

Also prepare a histogram for the date. 4

d{kk vkBoha ds 30 fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh lkIrkfgd cpr (I esa) uhps nh xbZ gSA oxZ vUrjky
30&40] 40&50 bR;kfn ysdj ckjEckjrk lkj.kh cukb,A bu vkadM+ksa ls ,d vk;r fp=k
Hkh cukb,A
38 42 40 35 72 27 57 82 59 80
84 73 65 40 76 40 38 60 58 38
54 39 50 44 71 83 45 38 80 77

OR (vFkok)

Construct a pie chart for the following data about the number of seats

won by different political parties in a local election.

Political Party A B C D Total


No. of Seats 450 1800 600 750 3600

,d LFkkuh; pquko esa fofHkUu jktuhfrd nyksa }kjk thrh xbZ lhVksa ds fuEu vkdM+ksa ds
fy, o`r&fp=k cukb,A
jktuhfrd ny A B C D Total
lhVksa dh la[;k 450 1800 600 750 3600

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 30


ç-la- 30 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

Find the value of :


eku Kkr dhft, &
3 4 5
3
+ 5
− 2
(243) (512 ) (125) 3
− − −
5 9

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31. Find the least number which must be subtracted from 18265 to make it

a perfect square. Also, find the square root of the resulting number. 4

og NksVh ls NksVh la[;k Kkr dhft, ftls 18265 esa ls ?kVkus ij og iw.kZ oxZ la[;k
cu tk,A çkIr la[;k dk oxZewy Hkh Kkr dhft,A

32. Ram bought two cricket bats for I 560 and I240 each respectively. He

sells the first bat at a gain of 15% and the second one at a loss of 5%. Find

his gain or loss percent in the whole transaction. 4

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15% ykHk vkSj nwljs cYys dks 5% gkfu ij cspkA iwjs ysunsu ij mldk ykHk vFkok
gkfu çfr'kr Kkr dhft,A

33. If a2 + b2 = 9 and ab = 4 find the value of 3(a + b)2 – 2(a –b)2. 4


;fn a2 + b2 = 9 vkSj ab = 4 gS] rks 3(a + b)2 – 2(a –b)2 dk eku Kkr dhft,A

34. The length of a hall is 20m and width 12m. The sum of the areas of
the floor and the roof is equal to the areas of the four walls. Find the
height and the volume of the hall. 4
,d gkWy dh yEckbZ 20 eh- vkSj pkSM+kbZ 12 eh- gSA mlds iQ'kZ vkSj Nr ds {ks=kiQyksa
dk ;ksx mldh pkj nhokjksa ds {ks=kiQy ds cjkcj gSA gkWy dh Å¡pkbZ vkSj vk;ru Kkr
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mathematics
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hrs. Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1. Diagonals of a rectangle are equal and bisect each other
⇒ OA = OD
⇒ 2x + 4 = 3x + 1 ½
⇒ x = 3 ½ 1
2. H ½
I ½ 1
3. (0, 3) 1 1
4. 6 units 1 1
−1
(0.512 ) 3 
−4
5. 2
 
(0.512 )
2
3
½

( )
2

(0.8)
3 3
½
(0.8)2 ½
0.64 ½ 2
n
 5 
6. 1852.20 = 1600 1 +  ½
 100 
n
1852.20  5 
= 1 +  ½
1600 ×100  100 
n
9261  21 
=   ½
8000  20 
3 n
 21   21 
  =  
 20   20 
n = 3 years
\, time is 3 years ½ 2

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Point
7. No. of vowels in the word PROBABILITY = 4 1
4
Probability of choosing a letter to be a vowel = 1 2
11
8. Order of Rotation - 2 1
Angle of Rotation - 1800 1 2
9. Let the required no. of sheats = x
2.72 Kg = 2720 g ½
No. of sheets 48 x
2
Weight of sheets (in gram) 32 2720
Direct variation
x 48
= ½
2720 32
48 × 2720
x=
32
\, Required no. of sheets = 4080 ½ 2

10. In DAFE,
∠FAE + ∠AFE + ∠AEF = 1800 (A.S.P.)
600 + 400 + ∠AEF = 1800
∠AEF = 1800 – 1000 = 800 ½
\, ∠BEC = ∠AEF = 800 (V.O.A.) ½
⇒ ∠ECD +∠BEC = 180 (Co-interior pair of
0
½
\, ∠ECD + 800 = 1800 angles b/w two || lines are
\, ∠ECD = 1800 – 800 supplementary)
= 100
0
½ 2
11. 42 x −1 = 82 x +1
(2 )
2 2 x −1
= (23 )
2 x +1
½
4 x−2 6 x +3
2 = 2 1
Equating the powers
4x – 2 = 6x + 3 1
4x – 6x = 3 + 2

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Point

–2x = 5
−5
x= ½ 3
2
25 × a −3
12.
5−3 ×10 × a −5
25 × 53
× a 2 1½
10
54 2
a ½
2
at a = 2
54
× (2 )
2
½
2
625 ×2
= 1250 ½ 3
13. P = 10000 (Original count of the bacteria)
R1 = 10% (increase)
R2 = 10% (decrease)
R3 = 10% (increase) ½
\, Bacteria count at the end of 3 hrs.
 R  R  R 
= P 1 + 1  1 − 2  1 + 3  ½
 100   100   100 
 10   10   10 
= 10000 1 +  1 −  1 +  1
 100   100   100 
11 9 11
10000 × × × ½
10 10 10
= 10890 ½ 3
14. P = D125000
T = 9 months = 3 quarters
R = 8% p.a. = 2% quarterly ½

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Point

 R 
3

C.I . = P  1 +  − 1
 
  100  
 2 
3

= 125000  1 +  − 1 1
 
  100  
  51 3 
= 125000    − 1 1
 
  50  
7651
= 125000 ×
12500
= D7651 ½ 3
OR
Population before two years was (P) = 62500
Rate of depreciation (R) = 4% p.a.
Time (n) = 2 years ½
n
 R 
Present population = P 1 −  ½
 100 
2
= 62500 1 −
4 
 1
 100 
24 24
= 62500 × × ½
25 25
= 57600 ½ 3
15. 2x2 + 2x –1
4x2 + 3x –2
8x4 + 14x3 – 2x2 + 7x – 8
8x4 + 6x3 – 4x2 ½
– – +

8x3 + 2x2 + 7x – 8
8x3 + 6x2 – 4x ½
– – +
– 4x2 + 11x – 8
– 4x2 – 3x + 2 ½
+ + –
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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
\, 14x – 10 should be subtracted to make 8x4 + 14x3 – 2x2 + 7x – 8
exactly divisible by 4x2 + 3x –2. ½ 3
ax 2 + (b + ac ) x + bc
16. ½
(x + c )
ax 2 + bx + acx + bc
= ½
(x + c )
x (ax + b ) + c (ax + b )
= ½
(x + c )
=
(ax + b )(x + c )
½
(x + c )
= (ax + b) 1 3
6 x + 7 4 x + 13
17. =
3x + 2 2 x + 5
(2x + 5)(6x + 7) = (3x + 2) (4x + 13) ½
12x2 + 14x + 30x + 35 = 12x2 + 39x + 8x + 26 ½
12x2 + 44x + 35 = 12x2 + 47x + 26 ½
12x2 – 12x2 + 44x – 47x = 26 – 35 ½
–3x = –9 ½
9
⇒x= = 3 ½ 3
3
18. Let the number of D 5 coins be x
Then, the number of D 1 coins = 3x ½
ATQ
5x + 3x = 112 1
⇒ 8x = 112
112
⇒ x= = 14 ½
8
\, No. of D 5 coins = 14 ½
& No. of D 1 coins = 3×14 = 42 ½ 3

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Point
19.

Since, ABCD is a rhombus


⇒ AB = BC = CD = AD
ATQ,
AB = BC = CD = AD = AC ½
DADC & DABC are equilateral
triangles and each angle of an equilateral D is 600 ½
\, ∠1 = ∠2 = ∠ 3 = 600
& ∠4 = ∠5 = ∠6 = 600 ½
Now, in Quadrilateral ABCD,
∠A = ∠1 + ∠4 = 600 + 600 = 1200
∠B = ∠5 = 600 ½
∠C = ∠3 + ∠6 = 600 + 600 = 1200
∠D = ∠2 = 600 ½ 3
20.
Monthly income of the family = D 10000
33
(i) Money spend on food = ×10000
100
= D3300 1
25
(ii) Money spent on rent = ×10000
100
= D2500 ½
15
Money spent on clothes = ×10000
100
= D1500 ½
Required difference = D 2500 – 1500
= D1000 1 3

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Point

26
21. (i) Probability of getting a red card =
52
1
= 1
2
(ii) Probability of getting neither
24
a red card nor a queen =
52
6
=
1
13
(iii) Probability of getting a card other
48
than an ace =
52
12
= 1 3
13
22. Volume of cuboid = (350 × 245 × 108)m3 ½
= 9261000m
3
½
It is given that -
volume of cube = 9261000m3 ½
⇒ (side)3 = 9261000m3
⇒ side = 3 9261000 m ½
= 3 9261 × 3 1000 m
= 21 × 10 m
= 210m 1 3
\ side of cube is 210 m.
23. 5x.5 – 5x = 500 ½
⇒ 5 (5 – 1) = 500
x
½
⇒ 5x = 125 1
⇒5 =5
x 3

⇒ x = 3 1
4×3
+1 Now,
3
= 5 1 4

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

P× R×t
24. S.I. =
100
P × 7.5 × 2 3P
=D =D –––––––– (1) 1
100 20

 r 
n

C.I. = P 1 +  − 1
 100  
 7.5  2 
= D P  1 +  − 1
 100  
 43  2  249 P
= D P   − 1 =D –––––––– (2) 1½
 40   1600
It is given that -
C.I. – S.I. = 360
249 3
⇒ P − P = 360
1600 20
9
⇒ P = 360
1600
360 ×1600
⇒P= = D 64000 1
9
\ the sum is D 64000 ½ 4
25. Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder ½
⇒ 4x – 5x – 39x – 46x – 2 = Divisor × (x – 3x – 5)
4 3 2 2

+ (–5x + 8)
4 x 4 − 5 x3 − 39 x 2 − 46 x − 2 + 5 x − 8
⇒ = Divisor
x 2 − 3x − 5
4 x 4 − 5 x 3 − 39 x 2 − 41x − 10
⇒ = Divisor 1½
x 2 − 3x − 5

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Point
4x2 + 7x + 2
x2 – 3x – 5
4x4 – 5x3 – 39x2 – 41x – 10

4x4 – 12x3 – 20x2
– + +

7x – 19x2 – 41x – 10
3

7x3 – 21x2 – 35x


– + +
2x – 6x – 10
2

2x2 – 6x – 10
– + +
0 1½
\, Required polynomial is 4x2 + 7x + 2 ½ 4
26. Let the speed of the steamer in still water = x km/hr ½
Speed of stream = 1.5 km/hr
Speed of steamer while going downstream = (x + 1.5) km/hr ½
Speed of steamer while going upstream = (x – 1.5) km/hr ½
Distance covered while going down stream = 5(x + 1.5) ½
11
Distance covered while going up stream = (x – 1.5) ½
ATQ, 2

11
5(x + 1.5) = (x – 1.5) ½
2
10 (x + 1.5) = 11 (x – 1.5)
10x + 15 = 11x – 16.5
10x – 11x = – 16.5 – 15
– x = – 31.5 ½
⇒ x = 31.5
\ Speed of stream in still water = 31.5 km/hr ½ 4
27. Const : Join any diagonal. Join BD
In quadrilateral ABCD,
AB = BC = CD = DA 1 (fig)
In DABD and DCDB, ½
AB = DC
AD = BC (Given)
BD = DB (common)
\, DABD @ DCDB [By SSS rule ] 1

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Point
⇒ ∠1 = ∠2
& ∠3 = ∠4 [CPCT] ½
But these form pairs of alternate interior angles, ½
\, ∠1 = ∠2 ⇒ AB || DC
& ∠3 = ∠4 ⇒ AD || BC ½ 4
28. Let ABCD be the given rectangle
in which ∠BOC = 680 ½ (fig)
∠AOD = ∠BOC =680 [V.O.A.] ½
The diagonals of a rectangle are
equal and bisect each other,
⇒ OA = OD ½
⇒ ∠1 = ∠2 [In a D, angles oppsosite
to equal sides are equal] ½
Now, in DAOD
∠1 + ∠2 + ∠AOD = 1800 [Angle sum property of a D] ½
⇒ 2∠1 = 1800 – ∠AOD ½
= 1800 – 680
⇒ 2∠1 = 1120 ½
1120
⇒ ∠1 = = 560
2
\, ∠ODA = 560 ½ 4
OR

½ (fig)

(i) PL and MR are the bisectors of ∠P & ∠R respectively


⇒ ∠1 = ∠2 & ∠3 = ∠4 ½
Also, PQRS is a parallelogram &
opposite angles ofa ||gm are equal
\ ∠P = \ ∠Q
⇒ 2∠2 = 2∠3 ½
i.e. ∠2 = ∠3 –––––––– (1)
Now, PM || LR & RM is a transversal
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Point

⇒ ∠3 = ∠5 [Alternate interior angles] –––––––– (2) ½


By eq (1) & (2),
∠2 = ∠5 ½
But this is a pair of corresponding angles,
⇒ PL || MR ½
(ii) In quadrilateral, PMRL,
PL || MR [proved above]
PM || LR [ PQ || RS]
\ PMRL is a || gm 1 4
29. Drawing line-segment AC = 6.5 cm ½
Drawing arcs form A & C above AC ½+½
Joining AB & BC ½
Drawing arcs from B & C below AC ½+½
Joining BD, AD & CD ½
Labelling ½ 4
For visually challenged students
P × R ×T
S.I. =
100
P × 4× 2
600 = ½
100
600 × 400
=P
4× 2
D 7500 = P 1
 r 
n

C.I. = P 1 +  − 1 
 100  
 4 
2

= 7500 1 +  − 1 1
 100  
 26  2 
= 7500   − 1
 25  

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Point/Key
Point

 676 
= 7500  − 1 ½
 625 
 676 − 625 
= 7500  ½
 625 
51
= 7500 ×
625
= D 612 ½ 4
30.
Savings (in Rs.) No. of Students (Frequency
20-30 1
30-40 6
40-50 6 2
50-60 5
60-70 2
70-80 5
80-90 5
Total 30
Choosign appropriate scale along X-axis and Y-axis ½
Labellign of x = axis and Y - axis ½
Counstructing rectangles of correct height 1 4
OR
Calculating sector angles
For political party,
450
A → × 3600 = 450 ½
3600
1800
B → × 3600 = 1800 ½
3600
600
C → × 3600 = 600 ½
3600
750
D → × 3600 = 750 ½
3600
Drawing of correct pie-chart 2 4

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
For visually challenged students
3 4 5
+ − ½
(35 ) 5 (29 ) 9 (53 ) 3
−3 −5 −2

3 4 5
5×(−3 5 )
+ 9×(−5 9 )
− 3×(−2 3 )
1
3 2 5
3 4 5
−3
+ −5 − −2 ½
3 2 5
3 × 3 + 4 × 25 – 5 × 52
3
1
81 + 128 – 125 ½
84 ½ 4
31. 135
1 1 82 65
1
23 82
– 69
265 1365
– 1325
40 1½
\ 40 is the required number which should be
subtracted from 18265 to make it a perfect square. 1
18265 − 40 = 18225 ½
= 135 1 4
32. C.P. of first cricket bat = D 560
Gain% = 150%
C.P. × (100 + Gain% )
S.P. of first bat =
100
560 ×115
=D
100
= D 644 1

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
C.P. of second cricket bat = D240
Loss % = 5%
C.P. × (100 − Loss % )
S.P. of second bat =
100
240 × 95
=D
100
= D 228 1
Total C.P. of two bats = D (560 + 240)
= D 800 ½
Total S.P. of two bats = D (644 + 228)
= D 872 ½
since, S.P. > C.P.
\ Profit = S.P. – C.P. = D 72
72
Profit% = ×100%
800
= 9% 1 4
33. (a + b)2 = a2 + b2 + 2ab
= 9 + 2(4) = 17 1½
(a – b) = a + b – 2ab
2 2 2

= 9 – 2(4) = 1 1½
Now, 3(17) – 2(1)
= 51 – 2
= 49 1 4
34. Area of floor + Area of roof = Area of walls
⇒ 2 l b = 2 h (l + b) 1
⇒ 20 × 12 = h (20 + 12)
20 × 12
⇒ = h 1
32
\ height of hall = 7.5 m ½
Now, volume of hall = l × b × h
= (20 × 12 × 7.5)m3
= 1800 m3 1½ 4

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question-wise analysis (term - iI)

Learning / Estimated
S.No. of Form of Marks
Specific Content unit difficulty
questions question allotted
objectives level*

1. K Understanding Quedrilaterals VSA 1 B


2. U Rotational Symmetry VSA 1 C
3. K Introduction to Graphs VSA 1 B
4. U Introduction to Graphs VSA 1 B
5. U Exponents & Radicals SA 2 C
6. K Compound Interest SA 2 C
7. U Statistics & Probability SA 2 C
8. K Rotational Symmetry SA 2 C
9. U Direct & Inverse Variation SA 2 B
10. U Parallel Lines SA 2 B
11. U Exponents & Radicals LA-I 3 A
12. A Exponents & Radicals LA-I 3 B
13. MD Compound Interest LA-I 3 A
14. K Compound Interest LA-I 3 A
15. U Polynomials LA-I 3 A
16. U Polynomials LA-I 3 B
17. U Linear Equations in one variable LA-I 3 C
18. A Linear Equations in one variable LA-I 3 B
19. U Understanding Quedrilaterals LA-I 3 B
20. MD Statistics & Probability LA-I 3 C
21. U Statistics & Probability LA-I 3 A
22. U Mensuration LA-I 3 B
23. K Exponents & Radicals LA-II 4 B
24. A Compound Interest LA-II 4 B
25. HOTS Polynomials LA-II 4 A

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Learning / Estimated
S.No. of Form of Marks
Specific Content unit difficulty
questions question allotted
objectives level*

26. HOTS Linear Equations in one variable LA-II 4 A


27. A Understanding Quedrilaterals LA-II 4 B
28. K Understanding Quedrilaterals LA-II 4 B
29. S Construction of Quadrilaterals LA-II 4 C
30. S Statistics & Probability LA-II 4 B
31. U Squares & Square Roots LA-II 4 B
32. A Profit, Loss & Discount LA-II 4 B
33. K Algebraic Identities LA-II 4 B
34. K Mensuration LA-II 4 B

No. of Questions :
VSA - Very Short Answer Type : 4 A - Difficult - 24
SA - Short Answer Type : 6 B - Average - 54
LA - I Long Answer Type I : 12 C - Easy - 22
LA - II Long Answer Type II : 12

U - Understanding : 35
K - Knowledge : 16
A - Application : 17
S - Skill : 10
MD - Multidisciplinary : 11
HOTS - Higher Order Thinking Skills : 11
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SOCIAL SCIENCE
(term - I)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100

I. Weightage to form of questions :

Marks of each No. of Questions with Total


From of Questions
Question their serial numbers Marks

Very Short Answer (VSA) 1 1 Sr. No. 1 (a to j) 10

Short Answer (SA) 3 13 Sr. No. (2-14) 39

Long Answer (LA) 5 9 Sr. No. (15-23) 45

Map Question 3+3 24 Sr. No. (24-25) 06

Total 25 Sr. No. (1-25) 100

II. Unitwise Division of Questions

VSA 1 SA LA
Mark 3 Marks 5 Marks
Map
Unit No. & Subject Marks Quest- Total
Quest- Quest- Quest-
ion
ion ion ion

I. Resources and
34 4 12 15 03 34
Development (Geography)

II. Our Pase III : People &


Society in Modern Period 33 3 12 15 03 33
(History)

III. Rule of Law and Social


33 3 15 15 - 33
Justice (Pol. Science)

Total 100 100

III. Weightage to difficulty level :


1. Recalling : 20%
2. Understanding : 40%
3. Applying : 40%

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IV. Expected length of answers to different types of questions & time
management :
S.
Type of Questions Expected length of Answer Expected time
No.

1 minutes × 10 Qs
1 VSA Not exceeding 10 words each
= 10 mts.

5 minutes × 13 Qs
2 Short Answer (SA) Qs Not exceeding 80 words each
= 65 mts.

9 minutes × 9 Qs
3 Long Answer (LA) Qs Not exceeding 120 words each
= 81 mts.

4 Map Question (Two) --------- 9 minutes

Reading the question


5 paper & revison of 25 Sr. No. (1-25) 15 minutes
Answers

Total 180 minutes

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blue print
(term - I)

S. Unit No. & Map


Sub-unit / Topic VSA SA LA Quest- Total
No. Subject ion

I Geography I

Resources utilization &


1. Chapter 1 - 3(1) 5(1) 8(2)
Development

Natural Resource (Land *(a) 13(4) +


2. Chapter 2 2(2) 6(2) 5(1)
Soil Water) Map - 2 VSA(2)

Natural Resources : *(a) 9(2) +


3. Chapter 3 2(2) 3(1) 5(1)
Vegetation & Wildlife Map - 1 VSA(2)

30(8) +
Total 4(4) 12(4) 15(3) 3(1)
VSA(4)

II History II

5. Chapter 8 The Modern Period 3(3) - - - VSA (3)

Establishment of
6. Chapter 9 - 3(1) 5(1) - 8(2)
Company Rule in India

Colonialism : Rural and *(b)


7. Chapter 10 - 3(1) 5(1) 9(2)
Tribal Societies Map - 1

The First War of *(b)


8. Chapter 11 - 6(2) 5(1) 13(4)
Independence 1857 Map - 2

30(8)+
Total 3(3) 12(4) 15(3) 3(1)
VSA(3)

III. Pol. Science III

11(3)+
9. Chapter 15 Role of the Constitution 1(1) 6(2) 5(1)
VSA(1)

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S. Unit No. & Map
Sub-unit / Topic MCQ SA LA Quest- Total
No. Subject ion

10. Chapter 16 Indian Secularism - - 5(1) 5(1)

6(2)+
11. Chapter 17 The Union Government 1(1) 6(2) -
VSA(1)

8(2)+
12. Chapter 18 The Union Legislature 1(1) 3(1) 5(1)
VSA(1)

30(8)+
Sub Total 3(3) 15(5) 15(3)
VSA(3)

90(24)+
Total 10(10) 39(13) 45(9) 6(2)
VSA(10)

NOTE :
*(a) Geography map question is one question with three parts so the question number
for this question is added in the total questions of chapter 2 as two parts of this
question are from this chapter.
*(b) History map question is one question with three parts so the question number for
this question is added in the total question of chapter 11 as two parts of this question
are from this chapter.
*(c) All the 10 VSA questions are to be included under question 1 of Term - 1.

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social science
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. There are 25 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.
2. Marks are indicated against each question.
3. Write the question numbers as given in the question paper while answering a question
in your answer book.
4. Question number 1 contains 10 (a to j) very short answer questions of 1 mark each.
5. Questions from serial number 2 to 14 are 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions
should not exceed 80 words each.
6. Questions from serial number 15 to 23 are 5 marks questions. Answer of these questions
should not exceed 120 words each.
7. Question number 24 and 25 are map questions of 3 marks each from Geography and
History both. After completion, attach the maps inside your answer book.
lkekU; funsZ'k %
1- bl ç'u&i=k esa dqy 25 ç'u gSaA lHkh ç'u vfuok;Z gSaA
2- izR;sd ç'u ds vad mlds lkeus fn, x, gSaA
3- viuh mÙkjiqfLrdk esa mÙkj fy[krs le; ç'u&i=k esa fn;k x;k ç'ukad gh fy[ksaA
4- ç'u la[;k 1 esa nl (a ls j) vfr y?kq&mÙkjh; ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u 1 vad dk gSA
5- ç'u la[;k 2 ls 14 rd çR;sd ç'u 3 vad dk gSA buesa ls çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 80 'kCnksa ls
vfèkd dk ugha gksuk pkfg,A
6- ç'u la[;k 15 ls 23 rd çR;sd ç'u 5 vad dk gSA buesa ls çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 120 'kCnksa
ls vfèkd dk ugha gksuk pkfg,A
7- ç'u la[;k 24 vkSj 25 Hkwxksy vkSj bfrgkl ds ekufp=k okys ç'u çR;sd 3 vad ds gSaA bUgsa iwjk
djus ds ckn ekufp=kksa dks mÙkj&iqfLrdk ds vanj ckaèk nhft,A

1. (a) Name the country where 'Hoover Valley Project' is located. 1

ml ns'k dk uke fyf[k, tgk¡ ^gwoj oSyh çkstsDV* fLFkr gS\

(b) State the physical region of India where thick soil cover is found. 1
e`nk ds eksVh ijr okys Hkkjr ds HkkSfrd {ks=k dk uke fyf[k,A
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(c) Roma went to see a forest and found rubber trees there. Identify the

type of forest she went into. 1


jksek ,d taxy dks ns[kus xbZ vkSj mlus ogka jcj ds o`{k ik,A igpkfu;s fd og
fdl çdkj ds taxy esa xbZ Fkh\

(d) 'Wildlife Conservation Project' was launched in which National Park

of India? 1
Hkkjr ds fdl jk"Vªh; m|ku esa ^oU; thou laj{k.k ifj;kstuk* dks çkjaHk fd;k
x;k Fkk\

(e) Name the political party founded in 1885 that participated in the

freedom movement of India. 1


1885 esa xfBr ml jktuhfrd ny dk uke fyf[k, ftlus Hkkjr ds Lora=krk
vkUnksyu esa Hkkx fy;kA

(f) Which Vernacular newspaper was founded by Bal Gangadhar Tilak? 1


cky xaxkèkj fryd }kjk LFkkuh; Hkk"kk esa dkSu lk lekpkj i=k çkjEHk fd;k
x;k Fkk\

(g) Explain the purpose of establishment of East India Company in India. 1


Hkkjr esa bZLV bfUM;k dEiuh dks LFkkfir djus dk mís'; Li"V dhft,A

(h) Rahul resides in Rajasthan state in India. What will be his citizenship? 1
jkgqy Hkkjr ds jkT; jktLFkku esa jgrk gSA mldh ukxfjdrk D;k gksxh\

(i) Name the highest apex court of India. 1

Hkkjr ds 'kh"kZ mPpre U;k;ky; dk uke fyf[k,A

(j) Explain the meaning of 'Universal Adult Franchise'. 1

^lkoZHkkSfed O;Ld erkfèkdkj* dk vFkZ Li"V dhft,A


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2. Explain any three reasons responsible for flourishing of the human

civilization along the river valleys. 3


ekuo lH;rkvksa dk unh ?kkfV;ksa esa fodflr gksus ds fdUgha rhu dkj.kksa dks Li"V
dhft,A

3. Explain with the help of two examples as to how the topography helps in

the formation of soil. 3


nks mnkgj.kksa dh lgk;rk ls Li"V dhft, fd e`nk fuekZ.k esa ^LFkykÑfr* fdl çdkj
lgk;rk djrh gS\

4. Analyse any three reasons for the criticism of dams by environmentalist

even though dams are considered useful for the development. 3

i;kZoj.kfonksa }kjk ckaèkks dh vkykspuk djus ds fdUgha rhu dkj.kksa dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,
;|fi bUgsa fodkl ds fy, mi;ksxh ekuk tkrk gSA

5. State the difference between Mediterranean forest and Coniferrous forest

on the following basis.

(i) important animals.

(ii) areas

(iii) climate 3
Hkweè;lkxjh; ouksa rFkk 'khrks".k dfVcUèkh; ouksa ds chp vUrj dks fuEufyf[kr vkèkkjksa
ij fyf[k, &
(i) egRoiw.kZ tkuojksa
(ii) {ks=kksa
(iii) tyok;q

6. State any three results of battle of Buxar. 3


cDlj dh yM+kbZ ds dksbZ rhu ifj.kke fyf[k,A

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7. Explain how did the Britishers systematically destroy Indian crafts and

industries. 3
Li"V dhft, fd vaxzstksa us fdl izdkj Hkkjrh; f'kYi vkSj m|ksxksa dks ;kstukc¼ <ax
ls u"V fd;kA

8. How did Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 spread to different parts of India? Explain. 3
1857 dk lSfud foæksg fdl izdkj Hkkjr ds fofHkUu Hkkxksa rd igqap x;k\ Li"V
dhft,A

9. Assess the results of Queen Victoria's Proclamation of November 1, 1858 in

Indian context. 3
Hkkjrh; lUnHkZ esa 1 uoEcj 1858 dks dh xbZ egkjkuh foDVksfj;k dh ?kks"k.kk ds
ifj.kkeksa dk vkadyu dhft,A

10. "Preamble is regarded as the key to understand the Constitution of India."

Justify the statement with three arguments. 3


¶Hkkjrh; lafoèkku dh çLrkouk lafoèkku dks le>us dh dqath ekuh tkrh gSA¸ rhu rdks±
dh lgk;rk ls bl dFku dh iqf"V dhft,A

11. Explain any two differences between a rigid and a flexible constitution. 3
dBksj vkSj yphys lafoèkku ds chp dksbZ nks vUrj Li"V dhft,A

12. Explain three organs of the Union Government. 3


la?kh; ljdkj ds rhu vaxksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A

13. Mention any four subjects included in the Unions List. Which part of
the Union Government can make laws on these subjects? 2+1=3
la?kh; lwph esa lfEefyr fdUgha pkj fo"k;ksa dk mYys[k dhft,A bu fo"k;ksa ij la?kh;
ljdkj dk dkSu&lk vax dkuwu cuk ldrk gS\

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14. Assess the importance of the power of "Impeachment' given to the

parliament to remove the President and the Judges of the Supreme Court of

India. 3
Hkkjr ds jk"Vªifr ,oa loksZPp U;k;y;ksa ds U;k;kèkh'kksa dks gVkus ds fy, laln dks fn,
x, ^egkfHk;ksx ds vfèkdkj* ds egRo dk vkadyu dhft,A

15. Explain any three differences between renewable and non-renewable

resources. 2½+2½=5
uohdj.kh; vkSj vuohdj.kh; lalkèkuksa ds chp fdUgha rhu vUrjksa dks Li"V dhft,A

16. As a responsible student how can you help to conserve water? 5


,d fT+kEesnkj fo|kFkhZ gksus ds ukrs vki ikuh ds laj{k.k esa fdl izdkj lgk;rk dj
ldrs gSa\

17. "Forests are the breathing lungs of the civilization". In the light of

above mentioned statement highlight any five measures taken by the

government to protect them in India. 5


¶ou ekuo lH;rk dh 'okl ufydk,a gSaA¸ bl dFku ds izdk'k esa Hkkjr esa ouksa ds
laj{k.k gsrq ljdkj }kjk fd, x, fdUgha ik¡p mik;ksa dks mtkxj dhft,A

18. Explain any five reasons that turned the East India company into an

Imperial power. 5
bZLV bfUM;k dEiuh dks lkezkT; 'kfDr esa ifjofrZr djus okys fdUgha ik¡p dkj.kksa dh
O;k[;k dhft,A

19. Describe any five factors responsible for tribal revolt in India with special

refrence to Birsa Munda. 5


fcjlk eq.Mk ds lanHkZ fo'ks"k esa Hkkjr esa gq, tutkrh; foæksg ds fdUgha ikap dkjdksa
dk o.kZu dhft,A
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20. Examine the social and military causes of the Revolt of 1857. 5
1857 ds foæksg ds lkekftd vkSj lSfud dkj.kksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A

21. Highlight any five fundamental duties that inspire the spirit of

nationalism in the hearts of Indian citizens. 5


Hkkjrh; ukxfjdksa ds fnyksa esa ns'k HkfDr dh Hkkouk txkus okys fdUgha ik¡p ewy dÙkZO;ksa
dks mtkxj dhft,A

22. Define secularism. Analyse any four provisions of secularism given in

the Indian Constitution. 5


èkeZ fujis{krk dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A Hkkjrh; lafoèkku esa èkeZ fujis{krk ds fy, fd,
x, fdUgha pkj izkoèkkuksa dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A

23. What has been the tradition to elect the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Lok

Sabha? Explain any four powers of the speaker. 5


yksd lHkk ds vè;{k vkSj mikè;{k dks pquus dh D;k ijEijk jgh gS\ vè;{k dh fdUgha
pkj 'kfDr;ksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A

24. (i) Two features (A) and (B) are marked on the given physical map of

the world. Identify these features with the help of following

information and write their correct names on the lines marked

in the map :

(A) A region of low rainfall in Southern part of Africa.

(B) A type of forest

(ii) On the same physical map of the world locate and label following

item with appropriate symbol :

(C) One region of Temperate Softwood forest in Asia. 3


(i) lalkj ds çkÑfrd js[kk ekufp=k ij nks y{; (A) rFkk (B) n'kkZ, x, gSaA uhps nh

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xbZ lwpuk ds vkèkkj ij mUgsa igpkfu, rFkk muds lgh uke nh xbZ js[kkvksa ij
fyf[k, &
(A) vçQhdk ds nf{k.kh Hkkx dk de o"kkZ okyk {ks=k
(B) ouksa dk ,d izdkj
(ii) fn, x, mlh lalkj ds çkÑfrd ekufp=k ij fuEufyf[kr dks mi;qDr fpg~uksa
}kjk fn[kkb, rFkk uke fyf[k,
(C) ,f'k;k esa 'khrks".k dfVcaèkh; ('kadqèkkjh) ouksa dk ,d {ks=k

Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 24.

ç-la- 24 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

24.1. Which region in Southern part of Africa gets low rainfall.

24.2. Name the type of forest in South East Asia.

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24.3. Name any one country of Softwood Forest in North America

Continent.

24-1- vçQhdk ds nf{k.k Hkkx dk de o"kkZ okyk {ks=k dkSu lk gS\


24-2- nf{k.k iwoZ ,f'k;k esa ik, tkus okys ou dk uke fyf[k,A
24-3- mÙkjh vesfjdk ds dkSu ls ns'k esa 'kadqèkkjh ou ('khrks"k.k dfVcaèkh;) ou ik,
tkrs gSaA

25. (i) Two features A and B are shown in the given outline political map of

India. Identify these features with the help of information given

below and write their names on the lines marked on the map.

(A) The place from where Begum Hazrat Mahal led the revolt of

1857.

(B) The place from where Nana Saheb led the revolt of 1857.

(ii) On the same political map of India locate and label the following

place :

(C) Odhisa (Orissa) - The present state of India to which the

Khonds belong. 3
(i) Hkkjr ds fn, x, jktuSfrd js[kk ekufp=k ij nks y{k.k A rFkk B n'kkZ, x, gSaA
uhps nh xbZ tkudkjh ds vkèkkj ij mUgsa igpkfu, rFkk muds lgh uke ekufp=k esa
[khapha xbZ js[kkvksa ij fyf[k,A
(A) og LFkku tgk¡ ls csxe gtjr egy us 1857 ds foæksg dk usr`Ro fd;kA
(B) og LFkku tgk¡ ls ukuk lkgc us 1857 ds foæksg dk usr`Ro fd;kA
(ii) fn, x, mlh ekufp=k ij fuEufyf[kr dks vafdr dhft, rFkk mudk uke Hkh
fyf[k,A
(C) mM+hlk&Hkkjr dk orZeku jkT; ftlesa [kksaM leqnk; ds yksx jgrs gSaA

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Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 25.
ç-la- 25 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA
25.1. Which was the starting place of the sepoy mutiny of 1857?
25.2. The Van Gujjars belong to which state of India?
25.3. The Mundas belong to which state of India.
25-1- 1857 dk lSU; foæksg fdl LFkku ls izkjaHk gqvk Fkk\
25-2- ou xqtZj tutkfr dk lacaèk fdl jkT; ls gS\
25-3- eqaMk leqnk; fdl jkT; ds jgus okys Fks\
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social science
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1. (A) USA 1 1

(B) Northern Plains 1 1

(C) Evergreen forest 1 1

(D) Corbett National Park 1 1

(E) Indian National Congress 1 1

(F) Kesari (Marathi) 1 1

(G) For Trading purpose 1 1

(H) Rahul is a citizen of India (Citizenship of India) 1 1

(I) Supreme Court of India 1 1

(J) All citizen who are 18 or more than 18 years of age have
the right to vote. 1 1

2. Used water for


• Irrigation
• generating energy
• Irrigation, navigation and industries. 3 3

3. • In mountain regions, on the steep slopes, the top layer of

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
soil is shallow and thin
• at gentle slopes, the soil cover is thick and deep
• The northern plains of India has thick soil cover than
Himalayas. Even with in mountains, river valleys have
thick soil cover. 3 3

4. • Extensive forests submerged under river


• River water gets diverted.
• population gets displaced
• Aquatic life gets affected
• Flow of under ground water is also checked. 3 3
(any three points)

5. Mediterranean forest
• Golden jackal, mouflon, bezor goat, aard wolf and
mediterranean gecko.
• Located in regions around the Mediterranean Sea
Main areas are shores of Europe, Asia, North Africa and
South Western part of South Africa
• Dry Summer and Moderate rainfall during winter. 1.5
Coniferous forest
• Kashmir Stag spotted deer, tibetean antelope.
• Common in the higher latitudes of the northern
hemisphere and high mountains in Europe, Asia, North
Canada and USA

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
• The winters are long and secure and the summer season
is very short. 1.5+1.5 3

6. • Defeat of Mughal Emperor Shah Alam II, Mir Qasim and


Shuja-ud-Daula (Nawab of Awadh)
• East India Company gained Diwani the right to collect
revenue from Bengal
• Establishment of Dual Government in Bengal 1×3 3

7. • Imposition of very heavy duty on Indian Goods.


• Promotion of British machine made articles at cheaper
rates.
• Decrease in princely patronage.
• Changes in the British trade policy. 1×3 3
(Any three)

8. • On March 29, 1857 at Barackpore near Calcutta, Mangal


Pandey shot down his sergeant.
• In April 1857 Sepoys at Meerut broke into an open
revolt.
• Meerut regiments revolted on May 10, 1857.
• Sepoy march towards Delhi on May 11, declared Bahadur
Sah Zafar II as "Shahenshah-e-Hindustan".
• Revolt than spread to Kanpur, Bithul, Awadh and Jhansi 3×1 3
(Any three)

9. • Marked the end East India Company rule in India.

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

• Queen Victoria assumed the title of the Empress of India


• British crown took over the administration of India
• A Secretary of state was appointed by the British
Parliament to look after the governance of India with the
help of a council.
• Governor General was given the title of viceroy.
• British army was reorganized to prevent future revolts.
• British policy of ruthless annexations was given up.
• Indian princes were granted the right of adoption. 3×1 3
(Any three)

10. Preamble in regarded as the key to understand constitution of


India because :
• It is an introduction to the constitution and is non-
justiciable.
• It contains the political philosophy aims, objectives and
basic purposes of the constitution.
• It is called the soul of the Indian constitution.
(any other relevant point) (Page no. 148) 3×1 3

11. Points of difference between a rigid and a flexible constitution.


• A rigid constitution is one which cannot be ammended
easily. On the contrary, a flexible constitution can be
ammended easily.
• The strength of a rigid constitution is that it is stable

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
against hasty changes. A flexible constitution
is considered progrssive in nature and helpful in
development of the nation. 1.5+1.5 3

12. • The legislature parliament - Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha


• The executive - The President, the Prime Minister and the
Union Council of Ministers.
• The Judiciary - the Supreme Court of India, the chief
justice of India & 25 judges. (Pg 167 & 168) 3×1 3

13. Subjects of Union list :


• defence
• foreign affairs
• war and peace
• railways
• post and telegraph.
• currency
• foreign exchange, etc.
(Any four any other relevant point)
• Only the Parliament has the exclusive power to legislate
on them. (Page no. 168, 169) 2+1 3

14. The Parliament is empowered to remove the President
the judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts. The
procedure adopted for this purpose is called impeachment.
For this a resolution has to be passed by both the houses of the

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

Parliament by absolute majority of total membership and two


third majority of members present and voting in each house
during the same session. (Page no. 177) 3×1 3

15. • Renewable resources are known as inexhaustible


resources.
• Resources which can be renewed either naturally or by
human efforts.
• Solar energy, air and water are renewable resources and
are always available.
Non renewable resources
• They are exhaustible resources as they cannot be
renewed.
• Resources which take longer period of time to be
renewed.
• Energy resources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas
and other minerals. (any two points + examples) 2½+2½ 5

16. • Water harvesting is the method of saving surface


runoff.
• The rainwater can be impounded by making dams
across the rivers.
• The demand of water for industries can be met by the
recycled water.
• Water can be saved by adopting modern methods of

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
irrigation, such as drip or trickle irrigation technique and
sprinkler method of irrigation.
• Water can be conserved by educating and sensitising
people towards the urgent need to conserve water so
that they do not waste fresh water.
• Maintenance of lakes and ponds also help in increasing
the level of underground water. 5×1 5
(or any other points)

17. • Afforestation or large scale plantations of trees.


• Each one plant one policy.
• Efficient utilization of forest products and usage of
subsititutes of wood.
• Enforcement of a number of law / guidelines to protect
and prohibit deforestation.
• discouraging shifting cultivation which causes forest
loss. 5×1 5

18. • To protect its trading interest from other European


traders.
• To gain monopoly of the entire trade in the East.
• The company came into conflict with other foreign
traders.
East India Company signed alliances with native princes
to settle problems.
• East India Company established friendly relation with

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
Indian princes to further profit.
• East India Company enjoyed a privileged position with
the English government.
• East India Company was granted special rights like exemption.
• East India Company built up its own military and
administrative department 5×1 5
(Any five)

19. • Commercialization of agriculture


• Exploitation of forest wealth by Britishers made many
tribals homeless and jobless
• Tribal chiefs lost all power.
• British did not allow tribes to practice shifting
cultivation.
• Most of the forests were declared state property.
• In 1895, Birsa Munda emerged us hero of Mundas.
• Birsa instigated tribals to attack zamindars.
• Birsa told people that British policy was destroying
traditional land system. 5×1 5
(Any 5)

20. • Social reforms by the British were considered an


interference by Hindus.
• Many Indians opposed the introduction of western
education.
• Changes in the Hindu property law.

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

• Spread of railways
• policy of racial discrimination
• Act of 1856, made compulsary for new Indian recruit
to serve overseas.
• Low pay was given to Indian sepoys. (Any five) 5×1 5

21. Fundamental Duties that inspire the spirit of nationalism


in the hearts of the citizens are :
• to abide by the constitution and respect its ideals and
institutions such as the National flag and National Anthem.
• To cherish and follow the nobel ideas which inspired
our national struggle for freedom.
• to uphold and protect the sovereign, unity and integrity
of India.
• to defend the country and render national service when
called upon to do so.
• to promote harmony and the spirit of common
brotherhood amongst all the people of India, to renounce
practice derogatory to the dignity of women.
• to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite
culture (page no. 156) 5×1 5

22. It means that our constitution observes strict impartiality


towards all religions and does not propogate any religion.
Every citizen of India is free to follow & practice any religion.

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S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

Following are the provisions of secularism given in the Indian


constitution :-
• Every person is free to profess, practise and propagate
his/her own religion.
• Every religious group has the right to manage its own
affairs in matters of religion.
• There shall be no state religion. The state will not compel
any person to pay any taxes for the promotion and
maintenance of any particular religion.
• No religions instruction can be imparted in any
educational institution which is wholly run by the state
funds. 1+4 5

23. There is a tradition that the Speaker is elected from majority


party and the Deputy Speaker from the opposition party.
powers of the speaker :
• The speaker presides the functioning of Lok Sabha. In his /
her absence, the House is chaired by the Deputy speaker.
• The speaker maintans discipline and decorum of the
House. If the situation demands, the speaker can
adjourn the house.
• All the petitions and documents addressed to the House
are received by the speaker.
• It is the Lok Sabha speaker who presides the joint
sitting of both the Houses. 1+4 5

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No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

24. A. Kalahari
B. Tropical Evergreen Forest
C. Temperate Softwood forest in Asia 3×1 3

For visually impared / challenged candidates

24.1. Kalahari desert


24.2. Tropical Evergreen forest
24.3. Canada

25. A. Lucknow
B. Kanpur
C. Odisha (Orissa) 3×1 3

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

For visually impared / challenged candidates

25.1. Meerut
25.2. Punjab
25.3. Chattisgarh

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question-wise analysis (term - i)
S.No. of Form of Marks Estimated
Content unit
questions question allotted difficulty level*

1.a. Ch-2 Natural resources : VSA 1 R


Land, Soil and Water
b. Ch-2 Natural Resources : VSA 1 R
Land, Soil and Water
c. Ch-3 Natural Resources : VSA 1 A
Vegetation and Wildlife
d. Ch-3 Natural Resources : VSA 1 R
Vegetation and Wildlife
e. Ch-8 The Modern Period VSA 1 R
f. Ch-8 The Modern Period VSA 1 R
g. Ch-8 The Modern Period VSA 1 U
h. Ch-15 Role of the VSA 1 A
Constitution
i. Ch-17 The Union Govt. VSA 1 R
j. Ch-18 The Union Legislature VSA 1 U
2. Ch-1 Resource : Utilization SA 3 U
and Development
3. Ch-2 Natural Resources : SA 3 U
Land, Soil and Water
4. Ch-2 Natural Resources : SA 3 a
Land, Soil and Water
5. Ch-3 Natural Resources : SA 3 R
Vegetation and Wildlife
6. Ch-9 Establishment of SA 3 R
Company rule in India
7. Ch-10 Colonialism : Rural SA 3 U
and Tribal Societies
8. Ch-11 The First War of SA 3 U
Independence 1857

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S.No. of Form of Marks Estimated
Content unit
questions question allotted difficulty level*

9. Ch-11 The First War of SA 3 A


Independence 1857
10. Ch-15 Role of the SA 3 A
Constitution
11. Ch-15 Role of the SA 3 U
Constitution
12. Ch-17 Union Government SA 3 U
13. Ch-17 Union Government SA 3 U
14. Ch-18 Union Legislature SA 3 R
15. Ch-1 Resource Utilization LA 5 A
and Development
16. Ch-2 Natural Resources : LA 5 U
Land, Soil and Water
17. Ch-3 Natural Resources : LA 5 A
Vegetation and Wildlife
18. Ch-9 Establishment of LA 5 A
Company rule in India
19. Ch-10 Colonialism : Rural LA 5 U
and Tribal Societies
20. Ch-11 The First War of LA 5 R
Independence 1857
21. Ch-15 Role of the LA 5 A
Constitution
22. Ch-16 Indian Secularism LA 5 U
23. Ch-18 Union Legislature LA 5 A
24. Ch-2 MAP 2 A
Ch-3 MAP 1 U
25. Ch-10 MAP 1 A
Ch-11 MAP 2 U

vsa : 10 R - Recalling
SA (Short Answer Type) : 13 A - Applying
LA - (Long Answer) : 9 U - Understanding
MAP : 2
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SOCIAL SCIENCE
(term - II)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 100

I. Weightage to form of questions :

Marks of each No. of Questions with Total


From of Questions
Questions their serial numbers Marks

Very Short Answer (VSA) 1 1 Sr. No. 1 (a to j) 10

Short Answer (SA) 3 13 Sr. No. (2-14) 39

Long Answer (LA) 5 9 Sr. No. (15-23) 45

Map Question 3+3 24 Sr. No. (24-25) 06

Total 25 Sr. No. (1-25) 100

II. Unitwise Division of Questions

VSA 1 SA LA
Mark 3 Marks 5 Marks
Map
Unit No. & Subject Marks Quest- Total
Quest- Quest- Quest-
ion
ion ion ion

I. Resources and
34 4 12 15 03 34
Development (Geography)

II. Our Pase III : People &


Society in Modern Period 33 3 12 15 03 33
(History)

III. Rule of Law and Social


33 3 15 15 - 33
Justice (Pol. Science)

Total 100 100

III. Weightage to difficulty level :


1. Recalling : 20%
2. Understanding : 40%
3. Applying : 40%

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IV. Expected length of answers to different types of questions & time
management :
S.
Type of Questions Expected length of Answer Expected time
No.

1 minutes × 10 Qs
1 MCQs Not exceeding 10 words each
= 10 mts.

5 minutes × 13 Qs
2 Short Answer (SA) Qs Not exceeding 80 words each
= 65 mts.

9 minutes × 9 Qs
3 Long Answer (LA) Qs Not exceeding 120 words each
= 81 mts.

4 Map Question (Two) --------- 9 minutes

Reading the question


5 paper & revison of 25 Sr. No. (1-25) 15 minutes
Answers

Total 180 minutes

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SOCIAL SCIENCE
blue print
(term - II)
Map
S. Unit No. &
Sub-unit / Topic MCQ SA LA Quest- Total
No. Subject
ions
I Geography : Resource and Development
Mineral and Energy *(a) 5(2) +
1. Chapter 4 3(3) 3(1) -
Resources Map VSA(3)
2. Chapter 5 Agriculture - 6(2) - 6(2)
Manufacturing
3. Chapter 6 - - 5(1) Map - 1 6(1)
Industries
4. Chapter 7 Human Resource - - 5(1) 5(1)
22(6)+
Sub Total 3(VSA) 9(3) 10(2) 3(1)
VSA(3)
II History : Our Parts - III (People and Society in Modern Period)
Impact of British Rule of 7(2) +
5. Chapter 12 1(1) 6(2) - Map - 1
India VSA (1)
The Nationalist *(b)
6. Chapter 13 - 3(1) 5(1) 10(3)
Movement (1870 to 1947) Map - 2
5(1)+
7. Chapter 14 India Marches Ahead 2(2) - 5(1)
VSA(2)
22(6)+
Sub Total 3(VSA) 9(3) 10(2) 3(1)
VSA(3)
III. Political Science : Rule of Law and Social Justice
6(2)+
8. Chapter 19 The Union Executive 2(2) 6(2) - -
VSA(2)
5(1)+
9. Chapter 20 The Judiciary 1(1) - 5(1) -
VSA(1)
Safeguarding the
10. Chapter 21 - 6(2) - - 6(2)
Marginalized
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Map
S. Unit No. &
Sub-unit / Topic MCQ SA LA Quest- Total
No. Subject
ions
Social Justice and the
11. Chapter 22 - - 5(1) - 5(1)
Marginalized
22(6)+
Sub Total 3(VSA) 14(4) 10(2) -
VSA(3)
66(18)+
Total 9(VSA) 30(10) 30(6) 6(2)
VSA(9)
Term - 1 to be included in TERM - 2

Map
S. Unit No. &
Sub-unit / Topic MCQ SA LA Quest- Total
No. Subject
ions
Geography : Resource and 8(2)+
I 1(1) 3(1) 5(1) -
Developement VSA(1)
History : Our Parts - III (People and
II - 3(1) 5(1) - 8(2)
society in modern Period)
Political Science : Rule of Law and
III - 3(1) 5(1) - 8(2)
Social Justice
24(6)+
Total 1(VSA) 9(3) 15(3) -
VSA(1)

NOTE :
*(a) Geography map question is one question with three parts so the question number
for this question is added in the total number of questions in chapter - 4 as two parts
of this question are from this chapter.
*(b) History map question is one question with three parts so the question number for
this question is added in the total number of question in chapter - 6 as two parts of
the question are from this chapter.
*(c) All the 10 VSA questions are to be included under question 1 of Term - 2.

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social science
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

General Instructions :
1. There are 25 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.
2. Marks are indicated against each question.
3. Write the question numbers as given in the question paper while answering a question
in your answer book.
4. Question number 1 contains 10 (a to j) very short answer questions of 1 mark each.
5. Questions from serial number 2 to 14 are 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions
should not exceed 80 words each.
6. Questions from serial number 15 to 23 are 5 marks questions. Answer of these questions
should not exceed 120 words each.
7. Question number 24 and 25 are map questions of 3 marks each from Geography and
History both. After completion, attach the maps inside your answer book.
lkekU; funsZ'k %
1- bl ç'u&i=k esa dqy 25 ç'u gSaA lHkh ç'u vfuok;Z gSaA
2- izR;sd ç'u ds vad mlds lkeus fn, x, gSaA
3- viuh mÙkjiqfLrdk esa mÙkj fy[krs le; ç'u&i=k esa fn;k x;k ç'ukad gh fy[ksaA
4- ç'u la[;k 1 esa nl (a ls j) vfr y?kq&mÙkjh; ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u 1 vad dk gSA
5- ç'u la[;k 2 ls 14 rd çR;sd ç'u 3 vad dk gSA buesa ls çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 80 'kCnksa ls
vfèkd dk ugha gksuk pkfg,A
6- ç'u la[;k 15 ls 23 rd çR;sd ç'u 5 vad dk gSA buesa ls çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 120 'kCnksa
ls vfèkd dk ugha gksuk pkfg,A
7- ç'u la[;k 24 vkSj 25 Hkwxksy vkSj bfrgkl ds ekufp=k okys ç'u çR;sd 3 vad ds gSaA bUgsa iwjk
djus ds ckn ekufp=kksa dks mÙkj&iqfLrdk ds vanj ckaèk nhft,A

1. (a) Write any one difference between Thermal and Geothermal energy. 1
rkih; vkSj Hkw&rkih; mtkZ ds chp dksbZ ,d vUrj fyf[k,A
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(b) Which Organic component of soil consists of dead and decomposed

parts of animals and plants? 1


e`nk ds dkSu ls tSfod vo;o esa i'kqvksa vkSj ikSèkksa ds ewy ,oa vi?kfVr Hkkx
'kkfey gksrs gSa\

(c) Name the place in Gujarat which has huge tidal mill farms. 1
xqtjkr ds ml {ks=k dk uke fyf[k, tgk¡ Tokjh; feyksa dh vfèkdrk gS\

(d) Give any two examples of Non-ferrous minerals. 1


vykSg [kfut ds dksbZ nks mnkgj.k nhft,A

(e) State the name of two parts in which Calcutta was divided in 19th

century. 1
mUuhloha 'krkCnh esa dydÙkk dks ftu nks Hkkxksa esa ckaVk x;k] muds uke
fyf[k,A

(f) Which two princely states joined the Indian Union after military

action? 1
Hkkjr dh fdu nks nslh fj;klrksa dk lSfud dk;Zokgh ds ckn Hkkjr esa foy;
gqvk\

(g) Explain any one reason for treating the year 1967 as a turning point

in the Indian politics. 1


o"kZ 1967 dks Hkkjrh; jktuhfr esa ,d u;k eksM+ nsus okyk o"kZ ekuk tkrk gSA
fdlh ,d dkj.k }kjk Li"V dhft,A

(h) Seema was watching the Republic Day Parade on television and

observed that President takes the Salute of the contingents of

Defence Forces. What relation of the President with the Defence Forces

make them to salute? 1

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lhek Vsyhfotu ij x.kra=k fnol ijsM ns[k jgh Fkh vkSj mlus ns[kk fd jk"Vªifr
lsuk cy dh VqdfM+;ksa dh lykeh ysrs gSaA lsuk cyksa ds lkFk jk"Vªifr ds fdl
lEcUèk ds dkj.k lsuk dh VqdfM+;k¡ lykeh nsrh gS\

(i) Identify the main cause for imposing President's rule in any state. 1

fdlh jkT; esa jk"Vªifr 'kklu ykxw djus ds eq[; dkj.k dh igpku dhft,A

(j) Name the highest Revenue court in a district. 1

ftys esa lcls cM+s jktLo U;k;ky; dk uke fyf[k,A

2. Highlight the significance of agriculture in economic development. 3

vkfFkZd fodkl esa Ñf"k ds ;ksxnku dks mtkxj dhft,A

3. Shyam is a farmer who wants to grow millets. Explain the geographical

conditions required for it. 3

';ke ,d fdlku gS tks feysV (eksVk vukt) dk mRiknu djuk pkgrk gSA bl mRiknu
ds fy, vko';d HkkSxksfyd fLFkfr;ksa dk o.kZu dhft,A

4. Why is Iron called the backbone of modern civilization? Explain. 3

^yksgk* dks vkèkqfud lH;rk dh jh<+ dh gM~Mh D;ksa dgk tkrk gS\ Li"V dhft,A

5. How conservation helps in achieving the objective of sustainable

development? 3

^laj{k.k* fdl izdkj lrr~ iks"k.kh; fodkl esa lgk;d gksrk gS\ Li"V dhft,A

6. Explain any three reasons for the introduction of railways by the British

administration in India. 3

fczfV'k iz'kklu }kjk Hkkjr esa jsyos vkjaHk djus ds fdUgha rhu dkj.kksa dks Li"V
dhft,\

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7. Describe the role played by Dr. B.R. Ambedker to improve the conditions

of backward castes in India. 3


Hkkjr esa nfyrksa ds mRFkku ds fy, MkW- Hkhejko vEcsMdj }kjk fuHkkbZ xbZ Hkwfedk dk
o.kZu dhft,A

8. Compare the role of moderates and radicals in the freedom struggle of


India. 3
Hkkjr ds Lora=krk laxzke esa ujeiafFk;ksa vkSj xjeiafFk;ksa dh Hkwfedk dh rqyuk dhft,A

9. Evaluate the impact of Land Revenue Settlement on the Indian peasantry. 3


Hkkjrh; [ksfrgjksa ij Hkwfe jktLo cankscLr ds izHkko dk ewY;kadu dhft,A

10. Explain any three features of election of the President of India. 3


Hkkjr ds jk"Vªifr ds pquko dh dksbZ rhu fo'ks"krk,a Li"V dhft,A

11. Mr. Subramaniyam is appointed as minister in the central government,

but he is not a member of either house of the Parliament. In such a

situation which two constitutional provisions shall apply so that he can

remain a minister? 3
Jh lqczE.;e dks dsUæh; ljdkj esa ea=kh fu;qDr fd;k x;k gS] ijarq og laln ds fdlh
Hkh lnu ds lnL; ugha gS ,slh ifjfLFkfr esa mu ij dkSu ls nks laoSèkkfud çkoèkku
ykxw gksaxs rkfd og ea=kh cus jg ldsa\

12. State any three features of Right to equality. 3


¶lekurk ds vfèkdkj¸ dh dksbZ rhu fo'ks"krk,a fyf[k,A

13. The Directive Principles of state policy are not inforceable by law but are

very important for common good. Justify the statement with the help of

three examples. 3
jkT; ds uhfr funsZ'kd fl¼karksa dks dkuwu }kjk ykxw ugha djok;k tk ldrk ijarq ;g
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lcds dY;k.k ds fy, egRoiw.kZ gSaA rhu mnkgj.kksa }kjk bl dFku dks U;k;laxr
Bgjkb,A

14. Give two examples to show that state can intervene in the religious

and soical practices of a particular religion to eradicate the social evils. 3


fdUgha nks mnkgj.kksa }kjk n'kkZb, fd ljdkj lkekftd dqjhfr;ksa ds mUewyu ds fy,
fdlh Hkh èkeZ ds èkkfeZd vkSj lkekftd jhfr fjoktksa esa gLr{ksi dj ldrh gSA

15. "Starting of software technology park in Bangluru resulted in rapid

growth in IT arena". Support the statement by giving relevant facts. 5


¶caxyq# esa lkÝVos;j VsDukWyksth ikdZ dh 'kq#vkr ds iQyLo:i lwpuk ,oa çkS|ksfxd
{ks=k esa rhoz fodkl gqvkA¸ mi;qDr rF; nsdj dFku dh iqf"V dhft,A

16. Explain the reasons of declining sex ratio in India. 5


Hkkjr esa fyaxkuqikr de gksus ds dkj.kksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A

17. Explain any five methods for soil conservation. 5


e`nk laj{k.k ds fdUgha ik¡p rjhdksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A

18. Explain any five steps of Non-cooperation Movement against the British

Government. 5
fczfV'k ljdkj ds fo#¼ vlg;ksx vkanksyu ds fdUgha ik¡p dneksa dks Li"V dhft,A

19. Examine any five problems faced by India at the time of independence. 5
Lora=krk izkfIr ds le; Hkkjr ds le{k fdUgha ik¡p leL;kvksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A

20. Who is known as the "Tiger of Mysore"? Describe four events that

brought Mysore under the control of the British Government. 5


^eSlwj dk VkbZxj* fdls dgk tkrk gS\ mu pkj ?kVukvksa dk o.kZu dhft, ftuds dkj.k
eSlwj fczfV'k ljdkj ds vkèkhu vk x;kA

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21. "The unique feature of our federal democratic setup is a single unified
and intergrated judicial system for the whole country". Support the
statement with relevant facts. 5
¶gekjs ns'k esa ,dhÑr vkSj ,dy U;kf;d O;oLFkk gekjh la?kh; yksdra=k dh vuwBh
fo'ks"krk gSA¸ bl dFku ds i{k esa mi;qDr rF; nhft,A

22. Explain the living conditions of Musahars. 5


^eq'kkgkjksa* ds thou dh fLFkfr;ksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A

23. Analyse the constitutional provisions and purpose of reserved


constituencies. 5
vkjf{kr pquko {ks=kksa ds mís';ksa vkSj laoSèkkfud çkoèkkuksa dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A

24. (i) Two features (A) and (B) are marked on the given outline political
map of the world. Identify these features with the help of
information given below and write their correct names on the lines
marked in the map.
(A) An important coal producing country of Europe
(B) A far eastern country of the Asian Continent manufacturing
cotton textile.
(ii) On the same outline political map of world locate and label
with appropriate symbol :
(C) Mexico - An important country where petroleum is found 3
(i) lalkj ds jktuSfrd js[kk ekufp=k ij nks y{; (A) rFkk (B) n'kkZ, x, gSaA uhps nh
xbZ lwpuk ds vkèkkj ij mUgsa igpkfu, rFkk muds lgh uke nh xbZ js[kkvksa ij
fyf[k, &
(A) ;wjksi dk ,d egRoiw.kZ dks;yk mRiknd ns'k
(B) lqnwjiwoZ ,f'k;k egk}hi dk ,d lwrh oL=k mRiknd ns'k
(ii) fn, x, mlh lalkj ds jktuSfrd ekufp=k ij fuEufyf[kr dks mi;qDr fpg~uksa
}kjk fn[kkb, rFkk uke fyf[k,
(C) eSfDldks & ,d egRoiw.kZ iSVªksfy;e mRiknd ns'k
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Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 24.
ç-la- 24 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

24.1. Name an important copper producing country of South America.


24.2. Which country of North American Continent produces cotton textile.
24.3. Name an important petroleum producing country of Africa.
24-1- nf{k.k vejhdk dk ,d egRoiw.kZ rk¡ck mRiknd ns'k
24-2- mÙkjh vesfjdk dk ,d egRoiw.kZ diM+k mRiknd ns'k
24-3- vçQhdk egk}hi dk iSVªksfy;e mRiknd ns'k

25. (i) Two features (A) and (B) are marked in the outline political map of
India. Identify these features with the help of information given
below and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
(A) The place from where Gandhiji launched the Quit India
Movement.
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(B) The place where Ms. Annie Besant established the Home Rule
League.
(ii) On the same political map of India, locate and label the
following :
(C) The state to which Veersalingam belonged. 2+1=3
(i) Hkkjr ds jktuSfrd ekufp=k ij nks y{k.kksa (A) rFkk (B) n'kkZ, x, gSaA uhps nh
xbZ lwpuk ds vkèkkj ij mUgsa igpkfu, rFkk muds lgh uke ekufp=k ij [khapha
xbZ js[kkvksa ij fyf[k,A
(A) og LFkku tgk¡ ls xk¡èkhth us Hkkjr NksM+ks vkanksyu 'kq: fd;kA
(B) og LFkku tgk¡ ,uhs cslUV us gkse :y yhx dh LFkkiuk dhA
(ii) fn, x, mlh ekufp=k ij fuEufyf[kr y{k.kksa dks vafdr dhft, rFkk mldk uke
fyf[k, &
(C) og jkT; tgk¡ ls ohjlkfyaxe lacaèk j[krs FksA

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Alternative question for visually challenged students in lieu of Q. No. 25.

ç-la- 25 ds LFkku ij n`f"V ckfèkr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, oSdfYid iz'uA

25.1. Who established Arya Samaj?

25.2. Name the place where Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place.

25.3. Name the freedom fighter who gave the slogan "Swaraj is my birth

right and I shall have it?

25-1- vk;Z lekt dh LFkkiuk fdlus dh\


25-2- og LFkku tgk¡ tkfy;k¡okyk ckx ujlagkj dh ?kVuk ?kVhA
25-3- fdl Lora=krk lsukuh us dgk Fkk ^Lojkt esjk tUefl¼ vfèkdkj gS vkSj eSa bls
ysdj jgw¡xk*A

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social science
term - II
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100
marking scheme / hints to solutions
(Note : Any other relevant answer, not given herein but given by the candidates,
be suitably awarded. )
Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
1. (A) (From the burning of the coal) From the internal heat of 1 1

the earth.
1 1

(B) Humus
1 1

(C) Kachchh
1 1

(D) Gold and Silver


1 1

(E) Black town and white town


1 1

(F) Junagarh and Hyderabad


1 1

(G) State parties came into prominence


1 1

(H) Supreme commando of India's defence forces.


1 1

(I) Breakdown of constitutional machinery in a state.


(J) Board of Revenue. 1 1

2. • It not only supplies food to the people but also creates

huge market for tractors, threshers, harvesters, fertilizers

etc.

• Provide employment, eradicating poverty, enhancing

trade and foreign exchange.

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point
• Strengthening global relations by encouraging

international trade of agricultural product. 3×1 3

3. Soil type : - Can be grown on soil of poor quality.

Temperature : - It grows well in 180C to 320C.

Rainfall : About 30 cm to 75 cm. 3×1 3

4. • It is used for manufacturing machines, automobiles, rail

tracks, electric poles, constructing buildings.

• Bridges, ship building, weapons

• Agriculture implements and articles of general use. 3×1 3

5. • Conservation means sustainable and optimum utilization

of resources.

• Nature and its resources are not merely ours, but also

belongs to the future generation.

• Use the resources more efficiently and reduce wastage.

• Development of technology, human skill and

population control is essential for long term

sustainability of natural resources. (any three points) 3×1 3

6. • Commercial advantage

• Political aspect

• Defence aspect

• Investment of Surplus income 3×1 3

(Explain any three points)

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

7. • Founded a newspaper Mook Nayak to champion for

the rights of the untouchables.

• Founded the Bahiskrit Hitakarini Sabha.

• Setup hostels, schools and free libraries to promote

education. 3×1 3

8. Moderates

• The early phase of congress was influenced by them

i.e. 1885-1905.

• Had complete faith in Britishers.

• Adopted moderate ways to pursue their goals.

• Prominent leaders were Gopal Krishna Gohale.

Surendra Nath Banerjee etc. (Any three)

Radicals

• Later phase of the congress was in fluenced by them

i.e. after 1905-1915.

• Did not believe in appeals

• Believed in actions protests, hartals and slogans.

• Prominent leaders were Lal, Bal, Pal etc. (Any three) 3×1 3


9. • Zamidars had the power to evict any cultivator of the

soil due to non-payment of revenue.

• Zamidars used oppressive method to collect taxes.

• Peasants were exploited by the money lenders.

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Marks
S. value points / key points Allotted to Total
No. each value Marks
Point/Key
Point

• Peasants were forced to work under very low wages.

• Due to exploitation, many peasants revolted. 1×3 3

(Explain any three)

10. • The President of India is elected by an electral college

consisting of only the elected members of Lok Sabha,

Rajya Sabha and legislative assemblies of the states.

• Nominated members of any house do not participate

in the election of the President.

• The election is held in accorlance with the Single

Transferable Vote System of proportional representation. 1×3 3

11. The constitutional pramisvone in case a non member is made

a minister are -

• he/she can continue only for a maximum period of six

months

• he/she has to secure a seat in either house of the Parliament

within this period failing which he/she shall cease to

be a minister. 1.5+1.5 3

12. • There will be social equality and no person shall be

discriminated on the basis of caste, colour, creed, sex,

religion or language.

• Equality of opportunity is matters of Public employment

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and entrusts the state to make provision for the

reservation.

• The practice of untouchability has been abolished under

the Right to Equality. 3×1 3

13. • They direct the states to apply these principles while

making laws to secure social order for the promotion of

the welfare of the people.

• They aim to minimize the inequalities in income and

eliminate inequalities of status.

• The Directive principles ensures that the material

resources of the community are distributed for the

common good. 3×1 3

14. • The practice of untouchability by the so called 'upper

castes' towards the 'low castes' has been banned.

• Personal laws based on religion can also be amended

through the state intervention if they go against the

principles of liberty, equality and justice. For example

right to inheritance in some communities has been

amended. 1½+1½ 3

15. • The software technology park in Bangluru was started

with handful of companies in the year 1991. If grew to

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183 registered units by 1998; and rose to over 200 units

by year 2001

• Motorola, Indian owned companies, such as infosys and

wipro and joint ventures, such as PSI data system are

well known IT companies.

• Bangalure has witnessed rapid growth and has earned

international recognition. 5×1 5

16. • Preference for male child due to social, economic and

religious reasons.

• Infant mortality is higher among girls than boys.

• Lack of medical facilities among girl child.

• General neglect of female child during childhood is

largely responsible for high female mortality rate.

• Pre-natal sex determination tests have led to large scale

practice of female foeticide. 5×1 5

17. • Afforestation, planting more trees and seeds on land.

It reduces the surface runoff and binds the soil.

• Rows of trees of shelter belts are planted in desert

regions to protect the fields from wind erosion.

• movement of animals in the fields should be restricted.

• step should be taken to check reckless cutting of trees.

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• Floods should be avoided by building dams across the

rivers. 5×1 5

(or any other relevant points)

18. • boycott of legislatures.

• boycott of students and teachers from school and

colleges.

• boycott of government offices and courts

• bonfires of foreign goods.

• hartals and strikes all over the country.

• Opening of Jamia Milia at Aligarh and Kashi Vidya Peeth

at Banaras. (Any five points) (Explain) 5×1 5

19. • Extreme Poverty

• Illiteracy

• Poor health

• Corruption

• Terrorism and cross border attacks

• Unemployment (Any five points) [Explain] 5×1 5


20. • Tipu Sultan

• The first Anglo - Mysore war (1767-69)

• Second Anglo - Mysore War (1780-84)

• Third Anglo - Mysore War (1790 - 92)

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• Fourth Anglo Mysore War (1799) 1+4 5

(Explain them)

21. The unique feature of our federal democratic set up is a

single unified and integrated judicial system for the whole

country as -

• The Supreme Court at the apex is the highest judicial

authority followed by the High Courts in the states and

then the subordinate courts in every district.

• The lowest court in the judicial hierarchical order is the

court of magistrate.

• The lower courts are controlled and supervised by the

High Court.

• A judgement given by the lower court can be challenged

in the Higher Court. Similarly an individual can go to

the Supreme Court of India to appeal against the

judgement of a High Court.

• The Constitution of India says that the law declared by

the Supreme Court shall be bimoding an all courts

within the territory of India. 5×1 5

22. Living conditions of Musahars -

• Musahars survive on the margains of villages in isolated

settlements.

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• Their traditional occupation was hunting of rats from

burcours in the fields. In return they were allowed to

keep the grain and chaff recovered from the rat holes.

• In times of droughts and food scarcity the Musahars

would resort to eating rats.

• Many Musahar families worked as bonded labourers at

brick kilns.

• Musahars countinue to be poor and ill literate farm

labourers. Only about one in ten can read.

• Musahars were also oppressed and discriminated

under caste system. They were travated as inferiors. 5×1 5

(Any five point, any other relevant point)

23. Constitutional promiciens of reserved constituencies are :-

• some seats are reserved for scheduled castes / scheduled

tribes.

• Persons belonging to these categories only can contest

the elections from Reserved Constituencies.

• But the electorate is joint which means all the eligible

votes in that constituency have the right to vote with

out any discrimination.

Purpose : - The purpose behind such a reservation is :

• to assist and up lift the weaker sections of the society.

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• to bring them into the national mainstream. 5×1 5

24. A. Germany

B. Japan

C. Mexico 3×1 3

For visually impared / challenged candidates

24.1. Chile

24.2. Canada

24.3. Nigeria

25. (i) A. Bombay

B. Madras

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(ii) C. Andhra Pradesh 3×1 3

For visually impared / challenged candidates

25.1. Swami Dayanand Saraswati

25.2. Amritsar

25.3. Bal Gangadhar Tilak

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Content unit
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1. a. Ch-4 Mineral and Energy VSA 1 R


Resources
b. Ch-2 Natural Resources : VSA 1 R
Land, Soil and Water
c. Ch-4 Mineral and Energy VSA 1 R
Resources
d. Ch-4 Mineral and Energy VSA 1 A
Resources
e. Ch-12 Impact of British Rule VSA 1 R
on India
f. Ch-14 India Marches ahead VSA 1 R
g. Ch-14 India Marches ahead VSA 1 U
h. Ch-19 The Union Executive VSA 1 A
i. Ch-19 The Union Executive VSA 1 U
j. Ch-20 The Judiciary VSA 1 R
2. Ch-5 Agriculture SA 3 R
3. Ch-5 Agriculture SA 3 A
4. Ch-4 Mineral and Energy SA 3 U
Resources
5. Ch-1 Resources : Utilization SA 3 U
and Development
6. Ch-12 Impact of British Rule SA 3 U
on India
7. Ch-12 Impact of British Rule SA 3 R
on India
8. Ch-13 The Nationalist SA 3 U
Movement (1870-1947)
9. Ch-10 Colonialism : Rural SA 3 A
and Tribal Socieites
10. Ch-19 The Union Executive SA 3 U

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11. Ch-19 The Union Executive SA 3 A


12. Ch-21 Safe guarding the SA 3 R
Marginalised
13. Ch-21 Safe guarding the SA 3 A
Marginalised
14. Ch-16 Indian Secularism SA 3 U
15. Ch-6 Manufacturing LA 5 A
Industries
16. Ch-7 Human Resource LA 5 U
17. Ch-2 Natural Resources : LA 5 U
Land, Soil and Water
18. Ch-13 The Nationalist LA 5 A
Movement (1870-1947)
19. Ch-14 India Marches ahead LA 5 A
20. Ch-9 Establishment of LA 5 R
Company Rule in
India
21. Ch-20 The Judiciary LA 5 U
22. Ch-22 Social Justice & the LA 5 U
Marginalized
23. Ch-18 The Union Legislature LA 5 A
24. Ch-4 Minral and Energy Map 2 A
Resources
Ch-5 Agriculture Map 1 A
25. Ch-13 The Nationalist Map 2 A
Movement (1870-1947)
Ch-12 Impact of British Rule Map 1 A
on India

vsa : 10 R - Recalling
SA (Short Answer Type) : 13 A - Applying
LA - (Long Answer) : 9 U - Understanding
MAP : 2
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orZeku le; esa Hkh laLÑr Hkk"kk dk vè;;u djuk vko';d gS D;ksafd
Hkkjr dh leLr Hkk"kkvksa dk lzksr laLÑr gSA leLr izkphu lkfgR;] osn]
czkã.k] mifu"kn~] n'kZu] èkkfeZd xzUFk vkSj bfrgkl vkfn laLÑr Hkk"kk
esa fy[ks x, gSaA Hkkjr ds vU; erksa dk Kku Hkh laLÑr esa lqjf{kr gSA
laLÑr Hkk"kk fu;e esa pyus ds dkj.k lh[kus esa fdlh nwljh Hkk"kk dh
vis{kk vfèkd ljy gSA laLÑr lkfgR; esa vè;kRe fo|k dk vlhe Kku
dk v{k; HkaMkj fo|eku gSA T;ksfr"k] rU=k'kkL=k ,oa deZdkaM ij ekuks
laLÑr dk gh ,d ek=k vfèkdkj gSA vr% lHkh dks laLÑr dk vè;;u
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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
33- ns'k ds vktkn gksus ij ch-ch-lh- yUnu ds vfèkdkjh xk¡èkh th ls ,slk
lUns'k ysus igq¡ps Fks ftls os jsfM;ks ij lquk ldsaA mu fnuksa rd ch-ch-
lh- ls fgUnh esa izlkj.k ugha gksrs FksA ifj.kke ;g gqvk fd xk¡èkh th us
dksbZ lans'k ugha fn;kA mUgsa ;g dgdj ykSVk fn;k & ¶nqfu;k dks Hkwy
tkuk pkfg, fd xk¡èkh (vFkkZr~ Hkkjr) vaxzsth tkurk gSA¸ 6 6
vFkok
vk;Z lekt us fgUnh ds izpkj ds fy, vuFkd dk;Z fd;kA fgUnh esa
lekpkj i=k vkSj if=kdk,¡ fudkyhaA nf{k.k Hkkjr] fiQth vkSj ekWfj'kl]
vçQhdk bR;kfn esa Hkh vk;Z lekt ds izpkjdksa us fgUnh izlkj esa cM+k
dke fd;kA fgUnh&lkfgR; fuekZ.k ds dk;Z esa vk;Z&fo}kuksa dk cgqr gh
iz'kaluh; Hkkx jgk gSA
34- czã;K dk vFkZ gS & lUè;kA izkr% lk;a Bhd izdkj Luku djds vkRek
rFkk ijekRek dk fpUru djuk] è;ku esa cSB tkuk vkSj è;ku&eXu gksdj
bZ'oj ds vksýe~ vFkok fdlh vU; uke dk mlesa yhu gksdj ti djukA
bl ;K esa tgk¡ vkRe&fpUru vkSj bZ'oj fpUru ij cy fn;k x;k gSA
Luku ds i'pkr~ laè;k djds] xk;=kh eU=k dk tki djds bZ'oj rFkk
vkRek dk fpUru djuk pkfg, vkSj ;g lc dqN czãeqgwrZ esa lw;ksZn;
ls iwoZ djuk pkfg, rFkk 'kke dks lw;kZLr ls iwoZA 6 6
vFkok
nso;K i;kZoj.k 'kqf¼ ds fy, fd;k tkrk gSA blls vfXu] ty] ok;q]
vkdk'k] i`Foh] vkS"kfèk] ouLifr] pUæek u{k=k vkSj lw;Z rd lHkh
nsorkvksa dks 'kfDr feyrh gSA lw{e 'kjhj ls fyiVh gqbZ os vkgqfr;k¡
J¼k vkSj fo'okl cudj vkRek dks lqUnj vkSj lq[k nsus okys yksdksa esa
ys tkrh gSaA ekuo efLr"d ij ,d fof'k"V Hks"kth; (vkS"kèkh;) izHkko
iM+rk gSA ^vfXu gks=k ;K* lalkj dks dY;k.k dk ekxZ fn[kk jgk gSA

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mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
35- okLro esa czãp;Z dk ikyu djus okyk O;fDr viuh 'kkjhfjd] ekufld
vkSj vkfRed 'kfDr ls izHkq dks ikus esa leFkZ gksrk gSA ,slk O;fDr turk
dks viuh lksp o O;ogkj ds vuqdwy cuk ysrk gSA lcls cM+k ykHk ;g
gksrk gS fd ,sls O;fDr ls lekt esa la;e] e;kZnk o vuq'kklu cus jgrs
gSaA czãp;Z ls 'kjhj lqUnj vkSj LoLFk curk gS] eu LoPN vkSj lUrqfyr
curk gS] cqf¼ rhoz vkSj iz[kj curh gS vkSj vkRek cyoku curh gSA 6 6
vFkok
;e ik¡p gSaA
1- vfgalk % fdlh izk.kh dks eu] opu] deZ ls nq%[k u nsukA
2- lR; % lnk lPpkbZ ds ekxZ ij pyuk] fç; rFkk fgrdkjd lR;
cksyukA
3- vLrs; % pksjh u djukA tks viuk ugha] tks vius ifjJe ls dek;k
ugha mls nwljksa ls ysus dk iz;Ru u djukA tks nwljksa dk gS mls u
j[kukA
4- czãp;Z % ijekRek esa è;ku j[kukA viuh bfUæ;ksa dks o'k esa j[kukA
'kkjhfjd] ekufld vkSj ckSf¼d 'kfDr dks c<+kukA
5- vifjxzg % vko';drk ls vfèkd tek u djukA

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uSfrd f'k{kk
f}rh; l=k
le; % 3 ?kaVs çk:i dqy vad % 100
I- 'kS{kf.kd egRo ,oa mís';
mís'; foLr`r mÙkjh; nh?kZ mÙkjh; y?kwÙkjh; vfry?kwÙkjkRed II vfry?kwÙkjkRed I ;ksx
vad çfr'kr 30» 25» 18» 16» 11» 100»
vad 30 25 18 16 11 100
II- iz'uksa dk oxhZÑr egRo
ç'uksa ds izdkj foLr`r mÙkjh; nh?kZmÙkjh; y?kwÙkjh; vfr y?kwÙkjh; II vfr y?kwÙkjh; I ;ksx
ç'uksa dh la[;k 5 5 6 8 11 35
vad 30 25 18 16 11 100
III- bdkbZ dk egÙo
ikB~; Øe ikBksa ds uke vad
çFke l=k ds ikB~;Øe ls 25 vad ds ç'u iwNs tk;saxsA
;ksx dh f}rh; lh<+h % fu;e (;ksx dk vFkZ] çdkj fu;e ds vFkZ]
11 25
egÙo)
12 10
o.kZ O;oLFkk dk Lo:i (izdkj] vFkZ] egRo ,oa vko';drk)
13 11
vkJe O;oLFkk (izdkj] vFkZ] egRo ,oa vko';drk)
14 8
fdl nj tkš eSa (vFkZ] HkkokFkZ] d.BLFkhdj.k ,oa lEHkkfor iz'u)
15 3
vk;Z lekt ds fu;e (7&10 fu;e] O;k[;k] egRo ,oa d.BLFkhdj.k
16 11
lR;kFkZ izdk'k (vFkZ] egRo] jpukdky] izFke leqYykl ls
10
pkSngosa leqYykl rd fo"k;&oLrq)
17 11
Mh-,-oh- laLFkk,¡ (Mh-,-oh- dh LFkkiuk fo'ks"krk,¡] mís'; ,oa ;ksxnku)
18 8
MkW- esgjpUn egktu (tUe] f'k{kk ,oa izeq[k dk;Z)
19 3
jk"Vªh; xhr (d.BLFk] vFkZ HkkokFkZ ,oa lEHkkfor ç'u)
dqy 100
IV- foHkktu uhfr
V- dkfBU; Lrj oxhZdj.k%
1 dfBu ç'u % 7 » 2- vkSlr iz'u % 14»
3- ljy ç'u % 14»
VI- vuqekfur 'kCn lhek ,oa le; foHkktu oxhZdj.k
vuqekfur 'kCn lhek ç'ukuqlkj vuqekfur le; foHkktu
foLr`r mÙkjh; 80&100 'kCn 15 feuV
nh?kZmÙkjh; 50&65 'kCn 10 feuV
y?kwÙkjh; 30&40 'kCn 7 feuV
vfr y?kwÙkjh; II 1 'kCn ls 1 okD; 2 feuV
vfr y?kwÙkjh; I 1 'kCn ;k okD; 1 feuV
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uSfrd f'k{kk
f}rh; l=k
fuèkkZfjr le; % 3 ?kaVs   vfèkdre vad % 100

lkekU; funsZ'k %&


1- bl ç'u i=k ds ik¡p [kaM d] [k] x] ?k vkSj Ä gSaA
2- lHkh iz'u vfuok;Z gSaA
3- iz'uksa ds mÙkj nsrs le; mÙkj&iqfLrdk esa iz'uksa dh Øe la[;k vo'; fy[ksaA
4- bl ç'u i=k esa dqy 35 ç'u gSaA

[kaM & d
1- ^O;kse* 'kCn dk vFkZ fyf[k,A 1
2- osn dks izek.k ekuus okys fdldk xku djrs gSa\ 1
3- ^lukru* 'kCn dk D;k vFkZ gS\ 1
4- ^vLrs;* dk vFkZ fyf[k,A 1
5- ;ksxn'kZu esa of.kZr ^fu;e* fdrus gSa\ 1
6- euq"; dh vkSlr vk;q fdruh ekuh xbZ gS\ 1
7- ^nj* 'kCn dk D;k vFkZ gS\ 1
8- esgjpUn egktu dh èkk; ek¡ dk D;k uke Fkk\ 1
9- esgjpUn egktu dk tUe dc gqvk Fkk\ 1
10- esgjpUn egktu fdl egkjktk ds çèkku eU=kh jgs\ 1
11- ^æqe* 'kCn dk vFkZ fyf[k,A 1

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[kaM & [k
12- euq"; dk vfèkdkj fdlesa gS vkSj fdlesa ugha\ 2
13- 'kkL=kksa esa of.kZr pkj izdkj ds deks± ds uke fyf[k,A 2
14- vfHkoknu'khy dks fdu pkj oLrqvksa dh izkfIr gksrh gS\ 2
15- pkjksa vkJeksa ds uke fyf[k,A 2
16- fjDr LFkkuksa esa mfpr 'kCn fyf[k,A
tc ls ----------------- HkqykbZ rsjh ----------------- d"V mBk, gSaA
D;k tkuw¡ bl ----------------- vUnj fdrus ----------------- dek, gSaAA 2
17- lR;kFkZ izdk'k eas dqy fdrus leqYykl gSa\ ^leqYykl* 'kCn dk D;k vFkZ gS\ 2
18- bZ'oj us osnksa dk Kku l`f"V ds vkjaHk esa fdu pkj ½f"k;ksa dks fn;k\ 2
19- Hkkjr&Hkwfe dks ekrk D;ksa dgk x;k gS\ 2
[kaM & x
20- ^vksýe~* uke dh dksbZ rhu efgek fyf[k,A 3
21- egkRek xk¡èkh us xk;=kh ea=k ds fo"k; esa D;k fopkj fn,\ 3
22- laLÑr lkfgR; ds fdUgha rhu xzUFkksa ds uke fyf[k,A 3
23- yksduk;d t;izdk'k ukjk;.k us fgUnh ds fo"k; esa D;k dgk gS\ 3
24- ^czãp;Z* dk vFkZ crkb,A 3
25- ^ri* dk vFkZ fyf[k,A 3
[kaM & ?k
26- o.kZ&O;oLFkk dk vkèkqfud Lo:i Li"V dhft,A 5
27- x`gLFk&vkJe dks lcls Å¡pk vkSj Js"B D;ksa ekuk x;k gS\ 5
28- fo|k&vfo|k ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ vk;Z&lekt us vfo|k ds uk'k ds fy, D;k dk;Z
fd,\ 5
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29- Mh-,-oh- laLFkk dh LFkkiuk ds ihNs D;k Hkkouk Fkh\ ;g Hkkouk D;ksa iSnk gqbZ\ 5
30- Hkkjr&foHkktu ds le; esgjpan egktu us Mh-,-oh- dh fdl izdkj j{kk dh\ 5
[kaM & Ä
31- ^'kkSp* ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ vius 'kCnksa esa Li"V dhft,A 6
vFkok
xhrk esa fdrus izdkj ds ri crk, x, gSa\ uke fy[kdj Li"V dhft,A
32- pkjksa o.kks± esa czkã.k dks lekt :ih 'kjhj dk eq[k D;ksa crk;k x;k gS\ 6
vFkok
lekt dh xfr vkSj fLFkfr ls D;k vfHkizk; gS\ budks cuk, j[kus esa 'kwæ o.kZ fdl
izdkj lgk;d gS\

33- vk;Z&lekt ds lkrosa fu;e ds vuqlkj vU; yksxksa ds lkFk gekjk O;ogkj dSlk gksuk
pkfg,\ 6
vFkok
vk;Z&lekt dk nlok¡ fu;e lkekftd O;oLFkk dks n`<+ djus esa dSls lgk;d gS\
34- bZ'oj ds N% uke fy[kdj mudh O;k[;k dhft,A 6
vFkok
Lokeh n;kuan th us lR;kFkZ izdk'k dh jpuk D;ksa dh\
35- Mh-,-oh- f'k{k.k laLFkk dh LFkkiuk ds le; vk;Z usrkvkas dh n`f"V fdu rhu ckrksa ij
izkjaHk ls jgh\ budh iwfrZ dSls gqbZ\ 6
vFkok
f'k{kk dk thou esa D;k egÙo gS\

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uSfrd f'k{kk
f}rh; l=k
  vad foHkktu rFkk mÙkj ladsr vfèkdre vad % 100
funsZ'k % ;fn ,slk dksbZ lgh mÙkj tks ijh{kkFkhZ us fy[kk gks] ijUrq fuEufyf[kr mÙkj ladsr esa lfEefyr
u gks rks mlds Hkh ;FkklaHko vad fn, tk,¡A
Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad

[kaM & d
1- vkdk'k 1 1
2- vksýe~ 1 1
3- lnk jgus okyk 1 1
4- pksjh u djuk 1 1
5- ik¡p 1 1
6- 100 o"kZ 1 1
7- n~okj 1 1
8- jaxVw 1 1
9- 23 fnlEcj] 1889 1 1
10- egkjktk gjhflag 1 1
11- o`{k 1 1
[kaM & [k
12- euq"; dk vfèkdkj dsoy deZ djus esa gS] iQy izkfIr esa dHkh Hkh ugha
gSA 1$1 2
13- pkj deZ & fuR; deZ] uSfefÙkd deZ] dkE; deZ vkSj fuf"kn~èk deZ ½×4 2

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mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
14- vk;q] fo|k] ;'k vkSj cy ½×4 2
15- czãp;Z vkJe] x`gLFkkJe] okuçLFk vkJe] laU;kl vkJe ½×4 2
16- ;kn] yk[kksa] thou] iki ½×4 2
17- pkSng leqYykl] vFkZ& vPNh izdkj ls izdk'k djus okyk 1$1 2
18- vfXu] ok;q] vkfnR;] vafxjk ½×4 2
19- ftl izdkj ekrk larkuksa dk ikyu&iks"k.k djrh gS mlh izdkj Hkkjrekrk
lHkh izkf.k;ksa dk èkkj.k o ikyu iks"k.k djrh gSA 2 2
[kaM & x
20- (d) vksýe~ ds ti ls çk.kh esa ifo=krk vkrh gSA
([k) vksýe~ ds ti ls jluk jlhyh gks tkrh gSA
(x) vksýe~ txr~ dk vuqie vkèkkj gSA 1×3 3
(vU; Hkh Lohdk;Z)
21- xk¡èkhth ds vuqlkj xk;=kh eU=k dk fLFkjfpÙk vkSj 'kkUr ân; ls fd;k
x;k ti vkifÙkdky ds ladVksa dks nwj djus dk lkeF;Z j[krk gS vkSj
vkReksUufr ds fy, mi;ksxh gSA 3 3
22- jkek;.k] egkHkkjr] vFkZ'kkL=k (rhu) 1×3 3
23- ¶esjk ;g lqfuf'pr er gS fd fons'kh Hkk"kk ds vfuok;Z jgrs gekjs
f'k{kkfFkZ;ksa esa jk"Vªh; LokfHkeku dk fodkl ugha gks ldrkA Lora=k Hkkjr
esa vaxzsth dks vfuok;Z j[kuk jk"Vªh; LokfHkeku ds izfrdwy gSA¸ 3 3
24- vk¡[k] dku] ukd] ftg~ok] Ropk] eu] cqf¼ vkfn bfUæ;ksa ij fu;a=k.k
j[kukA 3 3
25- thou esa vius mís'; dks iwjk djus ds fy, èkS;Z vkSj izlUurk ls
lq[k&nq%[k] Hkw[k&I;kl] lnhZ&xehZ] budks lgu djukA 3 3

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mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
[kaM & ?k
26- vkt ds lekt esa tUexr tkfr dh fLFkfr ns[kdj o.kks± ds okLrfod
Lo:i dk vuqeku yxkuk dfBu gks x;k gS fdUrq ;ksX;rk ds vuqlkj
LFkku vkSj LFkku ds vuqlkj deZ ;g O;oLFkk rks vkt Hkh gS vkSj lnk
jgsxhA vkèkqfud Hkk"kk esa budk ukedj.k bl izdkj fd;k tk ldrk gS
& f'k{kd] j{kd] iks"kd vkSj lsodA deZpkfj;ksa dh çFke] f}rh;] r`rh;
rFkk prqFkZ Js.kh] o.kZ O;oLFkk dk gh vkèkqfud :i gSA 5 5
27- x`gLFkkJe dks lHkh vkJeksa ls Å¡pk vkSj Js"B ekuk x;k gS D;ksafd ckdh
rhu vkJeksa ds euq";ksa ds fy, Hkkstu] oL=k rFkk vU; vko';drkvksa
dh O;oLFkk x`gLFkh gh djrs gSaA x`gLFkh viuh lUrku dk ikyu&iks"k.k
rks djrs gh gSa] os ns'k] èkeZ vkSj lekt dh lsok Hkh djrs gSaA ns'k dh
j{kk] lc oLrqvksa dk mRiknu] forj.k vkfn U;k; vkSj 'kklu&O;oLFkk]
lekt ds lq[k le`f¼ dh O;oLFkk lc x`gLFkh gh rks djrs gSaA 5 5
28- fo|k & fdlh Hkh oLrq dk ;FkkFkZ vFkkZr~ Bhd&Bhd KkuA
vfo|k & okLrfodrk ds foijhr Kku] vaèkfo'okl ;k fdlh Hkh ckr ij
fcuk lksps&le>s fo'okl djukA
vk;Z lekt us lrh&izFkk] foèkok fookg u gksuk] NqvkNwr vkSj cky&fookg
vkfn dqçFkkvksa dks lekIr djus ds fy, cgqr ç;kl fd,A 5 5
29- 30 vDrwcj] 1883 esa Lokeh n;kuan th ds nsgkar ds ckn muds vkn'kks±
dks cuk, j[kus ds fy, fopkj j[kk] ¶Lokeh th us thou&Hkj Lons'k]
ekuo tkfr vkSj oSfnd èkeZ dh lsok dh gS blfy, ge muds ½.kh gSaA
bl ½.k dks pqdkus ds fy, muds uke ls ,d Lekjd LFkkfir fd;k
tk,A¸ blh mís'; dks lkeus j[kdj ykgkSj esa 1885 esa n;kuan ,aXyks
oSfnd (Mh-,-oh-) dkWyst VªLV ,oa eSustesaV lkslk;Vh dh LFkkiuk dh
xbZA orZeku f'k{kk iz.kkyh ds voxq.kksa dks R;kxus o laLÑr vkSj fgUnh
Hkk"kk dks f'k{kk n~okjk f'kf{kr vkSj vf'kf{kr oxZ dks lehi ykus ds
mís'; ls ;g Hkkouk iSnk gqbZA 5 5

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mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
30- Hkkjr foHkktu ls Mh-,-oh- dks cgqr cM+h {kfr igq¡phA turk ds nku ls
cukbZ xbZ f'k{k.k laLFkk,¡ ikfdLrku esa gh jg xbZ FkhaA èku dk furkUr
vHkko gks x;k FkkA Mh-,-oh- ds vla[; deZpkjh cs?kj gks x, FksA
ikfdLrku ls vkus okys vla[; Nk=k&Nk=kkvksa dk Hkfo"; vaèkdkje; gks
x;k FkkA MkW- egktu us viuh nwjn`f"V dk ifjp; nsrs gq, Mh-,-oh- dk
dk;kZy; tkyaèkj ls fnYyh ykus dh izsj.kk rRdkyhu usrkvksa dks nhA bl
çdkj Hkkjr&foHkktu ds le; MkW0 egktu us Mh-,-oh- dk ekxZn'kZu
dj midkj fd;kA 5 5
[kaM & Ä
31- 'kqf¼] LoPNrk] 'kkjhfjd vkSj ekufld ifo=krk dks 'kkSp dgrs gSaA thou
dh lq[kh] LoLFk rFkk vkuane; cukus ds fy, ifo=krk vko';d gSA
ifo=krk vFkkZr~ liQkbZ o bZekunkjhA liQkbZ dk lacaèk 'kjhj dks LoLFk
j[kus ds fy, LoPN j[kuk] ?kj&ckgj cqgkjuk] okrkoj.k dh 'kqf¼ gsrq
iq"iksa ds ikSèks] rqylh] dsys uhe vkfn yxkuk] ;K&gou djukA
bZekunkjh vFkkZr~ èku dh 'kqf¼] dekbZ bZekunkjh o [kwu&ilhus dh gksA
pksjh] Bxh] ywVikV] 'kks"k.k dh u gksA eu dh 'kqf¼ vFkkZr~ gekjk eu
bZ";kZ] }s"k] vgadkj vkfn cqjs Hkkoksa ls eqDr gksdj nwljksa ds izfr eS=kh]
ln~Hkkouk vkSj lg;ksx vkfn ln~Hkkoksa ls Hkjk jgsA 6 6
vFkok
xhrk esa rhu izdkj ds ri crk, x, gSa &
'kjhj dk] ok.kh dk vkSj eu dkA
'kjhj & lkfRod Hkkstu djsa vkSj ?kwesaA
ok.kh & lR;] fç; vkSj ehBk cksysaA
eu & cqjs Hkkoksa vkSj fopkjksa ls eu dks cpkdj j[ksa] mls 'kq¼ vkSj
ifo=k ladYiksa ls Hkjiwj j[ksaA

32- ;fn lkjs lekt dks 'kjhj dh rjg ls eku fy;k tk, rks mlesa czkã.kksa
dk LFkku eq[k dk gSA gekjs 'kjhj dh ik¡pksa KkusfUæ;k¡ eq[k Hkkx esa fLFkr
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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad

gSaA eq[k dk ;g Hkkx tks dqN lqurk gS] Nwrk gS] ns[krk gS] p[krk gS ;k
lw¡?krk gS] mldk ykHk og lkjs 'kjhj dks nsrk gSA blh izdkj lekt ds
Kku&çèkku yksx] tks Kku dk mi;ksx lkjs lekt ds fgr ds fy, djrs
gSa] os czkã.k dgs tkus ;ksX; gSaA Kku ikus ds fy, riL;k vkSj lkèkuk
djuh iM+rh gS] blh izdkj czkã.k yksx riLoh vkSj lkèkd gksrs gSaA gekjs
'kjhj esa Hkh lcls riLoh] lkèkd] fuyksZHkh eq[k gh gSA ;g Hkkx lcls
Åij gS] lcls vfèkd bTtr okyk gSA czkã.k dks Hkh lekt esa lcls
vfèkd lEeku fn;k tkrk gSA 6 6
vFkok
tks yksx vius xq.k] deZ vkSj LoHkko ds vuqlkj f}t ugha gks lds] os
'kwæ jg x,A lekt dh xfr vkSj fLFkfr 'kwæksa ij gh fuHkZj gSA czkã.k]
{kf=k; vkSj oS'; blds fcuk py ugha ldrsA 'kwæ lekt ds iSj gSaA mUur
lekt esa 'kwæksa dh [kq'kgkyh dk è;ku vfèkd j[kk tkrk gSA iSj lkjs
'kjhj dk cks> mBkrs gSa] mls ,d LFkku ls nwljs LFkku ij igq¡pkrs gSaA os
xM~<s esa Hkh fxjk ldrs gSa vkSj ioZr ds f'k[kj ij Hkh ys tk ldrs gSaA
efLr"d ds fu;a=k.k esa jgus okys iSj dHkh iru dk dkj.k ugha cusaxsA
vr% fdlh Hkh lekt dks izfrf"Br fLFkfr esa j[kus rFkk mUufr'khy cukus
esa 'kwæksa dk egRo lokZfèkd gksrk gSA
33- çhfriwoZd] èkekZuqlkj] ;Fkk;ksX;
çhfriwoZd & lekt ds lHkh yksxksa ds lkFk çhfriwoZd O;ogkj gksuk
pkfg,A lcds lkFk I;kj ls cksyuk pkfg,] fdlh ds lkFk dM+ok ;k
dBksj O;ogkj ugha djuk pkfg,A
èkekZuqlkj & gekjk O;ogkj èkeZ ds vuqlkj Hkh gksuk pkfg,A blh izdkj
'k=kq ;k uhp dks jkLrs ij yk ldrs gSaA gesa mUgsa fcuk gkfu igq¡pk,]
muds vkpj.k esa lqèkkj ykus dk iz;kl djuk pkfg,A
;Fkk;ksX; & gekjk O;ogkj ;Fkk;ksX; gksuk pkfg, vFkkZr~ lHkh ls ,d
leku O;ogkj ugha gks ldrkA gekjk O;ogkj dkiQh gn rd bl ckr

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
ij fuHkZj djrk gS fd nwljk O;fDr fdl izdkj dk O;fDr gS vkSj gekjs
lkFk dSlk O;ogkj dj jgk gSA 6 6
vFkok
bl fu;e esa crk;k x;k gS fd fdl voLFkk vkSj {ks=k esa euq"; dks
Lora=krk ls vFkkZr~ viuh bPNk ls dk;Z djuk pkfg, vkSj fdl voLFkk
rFkk {ks=k esa mls dke djrs le; viuh bPNk dks ,d vksj j[kdj
lekt ds fgr dk è;ku j[krs gq, lkekftd ,oa jk"Vªh; fu;eksa ds
vuqlkj vkpj.k djuk pkfg,A O;oLFkk dks è;ku esa j[krs gq, lekt esa
gj LFkku ij vyx&vyx fu;e cus gksrs gSaA tSls f[kykM+h dks [ksy ds
eSnku esa] fo|kFkhZ dks fo|ky; esa rFkk flikgh dks ;q¼ ds eSnku esa dqN
fo'ks"k fu;eksa dk ikyu djuk vfuok;Z gSA vki fdlh loZfgrdkjh dk;Z
ds fy, èku dk nku djuk pkgrs gSa rks vki viuh bPNk ls dj ldrs
gSaA tSls fdlh vkS"kèkky;] fo|ky; ;k vukFkky; tSlh laLFkk dks nku
djus ds fy, gj O;fDr LorU=k gS ijUrq ns'kæksfg;ksa dks lgk;rk nsus ds
fy, vki LorU=k ugha gSaA
34- fojkV % tks cgq izdkj ds txr~ dks izdkf'kr djrk gSA
vfXu % tks KkuLo:i] loZK vkSj iwtk djus ;ksX; gSA
fe=k % tks lcdk fe=k gS] lcls Lusg djrk gSA
c`gLifr % cM+ksa ls cM+k ,oa vkdk'k rFkk czãkaM dk LokehA
fo".kq % pj vkSj vpj txr~ esa O;kidA
f'ko % lcdk dY;k.k djus okykA 6 6
vFkok
lR;kFkZ izdk'k ,d egku xzUFk gS] ftldh jpuk egf"kZ Lokeh n;kuan
ljLorh th us dh FkhA Lokeh th dgrs gSa] ¶esjk bl xzaFk dks cukus
dk eq[; iz;kstu lR;&lR; vFkZ dk izdk'k djuk gSA¸ Lokeh n;kuan
,d ,sls egku O;fDr Fks] ftUgksaus thou&Hkj vlR;] vèkeZ ls le>kSrk

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Øe eq[; fcUnq dqy
mÙkj ladsr
la- gsrq vad vad
ugha fd;kA mUgksaus fo'o ls vKku] vèkeZ ls le>kSrk ugha fd;kA
mUgksaus fo'o ls vKku] vèkeZ vkSj vlR; dks feVkus ds mís'; ls gh
lR;kFkZ&çdk'k dh jpuk dhA Lokeh th fy[krs gSa fd lR; dks ekuuk&

euokuk vkSj vlR; dks NksM+uk&NqM+okuk gh esjk eq[; iz;kstu gSA

35- rhu ckrsa & vkRefuHkZjrk] LokFkZ R;kx] ferO;;rk
vkRefuHkZjrk & orZeku esa Mh-,-oh- dkWyst VªLV ,oe~ eSusftax desVh
ns'k dh lcls cM+h xSj&ljdkjh LokoyEch f'k{k.k laLFkk gSA twu 1886
esa ykgkSj esa igyk Mh-,-oh- Ldwy vkSj 1889 esa igyk dkWyst [kksyk
x;kA dHkh Hkh ljdkj ls dksbZ vkfFkZd lgk;rk ugha yhA vr% ;g laLFkk
iw.kZr;k vkRefuHkZj gSA
LokFkZ R;kx & bl laLFkk ls tqM+s yksxksa esa R;kx Hkkouk dwV&dwVj dj
Hkjh gSA LokFkZ R;kx bl laLFkk dk vkn'kZ jgk gSA vk;Ztuksa us vkthou
lnL; cudj ek=k 75 #i, ekfld ;k voSrfud dk;Z djds bl laLFkk
dh lsok dhA
ferO;;rk & bl n`f"V ls Mh-,-oh- laLFkk,¡ vkn'kZ ekuh tkrh gSaA turk
}kjk J¼kiwoZd fn, x, nku ls vkt Hkh fcuk fdlh iQkyrw [kpZ ds ;s
laLFkk,¡ vius mís';ksa dks iw.kZ djus esa l{ke gSA 6 6
vFkok
f'k{kk lekt dk vkbZuk gSA f'k{kk tu&tkx`fr vkSj lekt lsok dk lUns'k
nsrh gSA gekjs thou ewY;ksa dh j{kk djrh gSA ns'k dh uSfrd] pkfjf=kd]
lkaLÑfrd Mksj dks Hkh 'kfDr ls Fkkes j[krh gSA O;fDr ds lok±xh.k
fodkl esa egÙoiw.kZ ;ksxnku nsrh gSA f'k{kk fdlh Hkh O;fDr dks lH;
vkSj lqlaLÑr rks cukrh gh gSa] ysfdu Mh-,-oh- f'k{kk O;fDr dk lok±xh.k
fodkl djds mls thou ds fy, iw.kZr;k l{ke cukrh gSA

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dharma shiksha (english medium)
(term - I)
Time : 3 Hours DESIGN Max. Marks : 80

I. Weightage to form of questions :

Type of Questions VSA SA I SA II LA Total

No. of Questions 11 11 3 2 27

Total Marks 22 33 12 13 80

II. Weightage age to Content :

S. No. Name of Unit Marks

1 All about God 4

2 The Vedas 8

3 What do Vedas Teach us? 7

4 What is Dharma? 5

5 The Five Yajnas 10

6 A Balanced life. It's Four stage. 8

7 Rishi Dayanand : The founder of Arya Samaj 7

8 The Ten Commandments of Arya Samaj 8

9 Beliefs and Precepts of Swami Dayanand 10

10 The Martyrs of Arya Samaj 5

11 Arya Samaj and Value - Based Education 8

80

III. Weightage to difficulty level :


1. Difficult questions : 15% 2. Average questions : 45%
3. Easy questions : 40%

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IV. Expected length of answers to different types of questions & time management :

Expected length of Expected time for


S. No. Type of Questions
Answer each queston

1 Long Answer (LA) 80-120 words 15 minutes

2 Short Answer (SA-I) (SA-II) 50/35-40 words 9/6 minutes

3 Very Short Answer (VSA) 1 word to one sentence 2 minutes

4 VSA One word answer 1 minute

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DHARMA SHIKSHA (ENGLISH medium)
term - 1
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80

General Instructions :
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Write the same serial number against your answer as is given for the question in
the question paper.
3. Q. No. 1 to 11 carries 2 marks each.
4. Q. No. 12 to 22 carries 3 marks each.
5. Q. No. 23 to 25 carries 4 marks each.
6. Q. No. 26 carries 5 marks.
7. Q. No. 27 carries 8 marks.

1. Write any four aspecs of 'Dharma' which one should follow in life. 2

2. What does the word 'Arya' mean? 2