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CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary School Examination (Class-X) Session 2011-2013 ( Results of Class - X ) Roll No Mother's Name Date of Birth 6101875 SANGEETA BANKA 16/01/1998 Name Father's /Guardian Name HARDIK BANKA RAS BIHARI BANKA

Part 1 - Scholastic Areas - Academic Performance : Subject 101 085 041 086 087 ENGLISH COMM. HINDI COURSE-B MATHEMATICS SCIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCE FA A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 SA A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 TOTAL A2 A1 A1** A2 A1** CGPA GP 09 10 10 09 10 9.6

Part 2 Co- Curricular Areas: Part 2A - Life Skills 511 - THINKING SKILLS 512 - SOCIAL SKILLS 513 - EMOTIONAL SKILLS Part 2D - Attitude and Values towards 521- TEACHERS 522- SCHOOL-MATES Grade Part 2B - Work Education A A A Grade A A 523- SCHOOL PROG. & ENV. 525- VALUE SYSTEMS A A 514 - WORK EDUCATION Part 2C - Visual and Performing Arts 515 - VISUAL & PERFORMING ART Grade A Grade A

Part 3 Co- Curricular Activities: Part 3A- Activites 531 - LITERARY & CREATIVE SKILL 532 - SCIENTIFIC SKILLS Grade A A Part 3B-Health & Phy./ Edu. 541 - SPORTS/INDIGENOUS SPORTS 548 - GARDENING/SHRAMDAN Grade B A

Result : QUAL
Note :Abbreviations used against Result :

** - Upgraded Grade by one level

QUAL- Qualified for Admission to Higher Classes, N.E-Not Eligible,EIOP-Eligible for Improvement of Performance ,N.R-Not Registered,NIOP-Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance,R.W-Result Withheld,XXXX-Appeared for Upgradation of Performance/ Additional Subject,UFM-Unfair Means ABST-Absent,SJD-Subjudice,TRNS-Transfer Case

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...(III) Project THREE : MARKETING MANAGEMENT
It is advised that teachers should assign the students to do a simple market research with the objective of finding out a product /service whose marketing may be profitable like
i. Toothpaste
ii. Noodles
iii. Shampoo
iv. Bathing soap
v. Washing detergent
vi. Washing powder
vii. Lipstick
viii. Moisturiser
ix. Shoe polish
x. Pen
xi. Shoes
xii. Hair dye
xiii. Mobile
xiv. Chocolate
xv. Sauces/ketchup
xvi. Ready soups
xvii. Body spray
xviii. Fairness cream
xix. Hair oil
xx. Roasted Snacks
xxi. Jeans
xxii. Pickles
xxiii. Squashes
xxiv. Jams
xxv. Salt
xxvi. Bread
xxvii. Butter
xxviii. Shaving cream
xxix. Razor
xxx. Cheese spreads
xxxi. e -Wash
xxxii. Tiffin wallah
Any more as suggested by the teacher.
The teacher must ensure that the identified product should not be items whose consumption /use is discouraged by the society and government like alcohol products/ pan masala and tobacco products, etc.
Identify one product/service from the above which the students may like to manufacture/provide [pre assumption].
Now the students are required to make a project on the identified product/ service keeping in mind the following.
1. Why have they selected this product/service?
2. Find out ‘5’ competitive brands that exist in the market.
3. What permission and licences would be required to make the...

...additional written test is conducted instead of multiple oral tests. However, at-least one oral test is conducted.
The summative assessment is a three-hour long written test conducted twice an year. The first summative or Summative Assessment 1 (SA-1) will be conducted after the first two formatives are completed. The second (SA-2) will be conducted after the next two formatives. Each summative will carry a 30% weightage and both together will carry a 60% weightage for the aggregate. The summative assessment will be conducted by the schools itself. However, the question papers will be partially prepared by the CBSE and evaluation of the answer sheets is also strictly monitored by the CBSE. Once completed, the syllabus of one summative will not be repeated in the next. A student will have to concentrate on totally new topics for the next summative.
At the end of the year, the CBSE processes the result by adding the formative score to the summative score, i.e. 40% + 60% = 100%. Depending upon the percentage obtained, the board will deduce the CGPA and thereby deduce the grade obtained. In addition to the summative assessment, the board will offer an optional online aptitude test that may also be used as a tool along with the grades obtained in the CCE to help students to decide the choice of subjects in further studies. The board has also instructed the schools to prepare the report card and it will be duly signed by the principal,...

...CBSE TEST PAPER-03 CLASS - IX Science (Motion)
1.
What does the slope of velocity – time graph give? (a) Distance (c) Acceleration (b) displacement (d) Change in velocity.
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2.
The displacement of the body can be(a) Positive (c) Zero (b) negative (d) All of these.
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3.
Which of the following gives both direction and magnitude(a) scalar (c) Both (b) vector (d) None.
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4.
If a moving body comes to rest, then its acceleration is(a) Positive (c) Zero (b) negative (d) All of these depending upon initial velocity.
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5.
A body is moving with a velocity of 12m/s and it comes to rest in 18m, what was the acceleration?
[2]
6.
A body starts from rest and moves with a uniform acceleration of 4m/s2 until it travels a distance of 800m, find the find velocity?
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7.
The driver of a car traveling along a straight road with a speed of 72KM ph observes a signboard which give the speed limit to be 54KM ph. The signboard is 70m ahead when the driver applies the brakes0 calculate the acceleration of the car which will cause the car to pass the signboard at the stated speed limit?
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8. 9.
Differentiate between scalars and vectors? The displacement x of a particle in meters along the x- axis with time ‘t’ in seconds according to the equationX= 20m +(
12m )t s
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(a) draw a graph if x versus t for t = 0 and t =5 sec
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...1. If a line y = x + 1 is a tangent to the curve y2= 4x ,find the point the of contact ?
2. Find the point on the curve y = 2x2– 6x – 4 at which the tangent is parallel to the x – axis
3. Find the slope of tangent for y = tan x + sec x at x = π/4
4. Show that the function f(x) == x3– 6x2 +12x -99 is increasing for all x.
5. Find the maximum and minimum values, if any of
6. For the curve y = 3x² + 4x, find the slope of the tangent to the curve at the point x = -2.
7. Find a point on the curve y = x2– 4x -32 at which tangent is parallel to x-axis.
8. Find a, for which f(x) = a(x+sinx)+a is increasing .
9. The side of a square is increasing at 4 cm/minute. At what rate is the area increasing when the side is 8 cm long?
10. Find the point on the curve y =x2-7x+12, where the tangent is parallel to x-axis.
11. Find the intevals in which the function f(x) = 2log(x-2) - x2 + 4x + 1is increasing or decreasing.
12. Find the intervals in which the function f ( x ) = x3 - 6x2 + 9x + 15 is
(i) increasing
(ii) decreasing.
13. Find the equation of the tangent line to the curve x = θ + sinθ, y = 1+cosθ a=π/4
14. Prove that is increasing in [o, π/2]
15. Prove that curves y² = 4ax and xy = c² cut at right angles If c4 = 32 a4
16. A water tank has the shape of an inverted right circular cone with its axis vertical and vertex lower most. Its semi vertical angle is . Water is poured into it at a constant rate of 5 cubic meter...

...April 13, 2008
Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome - Summary & Book Index
About - Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome
Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog), published in 1889, is a humorous account by Jerome K. Jerome of a boating holiday on the Thames between Kingston and Oxford.
The book was intended initially to be a serious travel guide, with accounts of local history of places along the route, but the humorous elements eventually took over, to the point where the serious and somewhat sentimental passages now seem like an unnecessary distraction to the essentially comic novel. One of the most praised things about Three Men in a Boat is how undated it appears to modern readers. The jokes seem fresh and witty even today.
The three men were based on the narrator (Jerome himself) and two real-life friends, George Wingrave (who went on to become a senior manager in Barclays Bank) and Harris (in reality Carl Hentschel, the founder of a well-known London printing business). The dog, Montmorency, was entirely fictional, but as Jerome had remarked, "had much of me in it." The holiday was a typical boating holiday of the time, carried out in a Thames Camping Skiff. This was just after commercial boat traffic on the Upper Thames had died out, to be replaced by the 1880's craze for boating as a leisure activity.
There was a less successful sequel, about a cycling tour in Germany, entitled Three Men on the Bummel.
A similar book was published seven years...

...Free Question Papers For Class 7th Cbse Maths
CBSE MATH STUDY: CBSE 7th Maths Question Papers |Sample Papers
7th Ratio and Proportion
Complete the following statements using the help box:
1. The comparison of two quantities of the same kind by means of division is termed as __________.
2. The two quantities to be compared are called the ________ of the ratio.
3. The first term of the ratio is called the _________ and the second term is called the _______.
4. In a ratio, only two quantities of the __________ unit can be compared.
5. If the terms of the ratio have common factors, we can reduce it to its lowest terms by cancelling the _____.
6. When both the terms of a ratio are multiplied or divided by the same number (other than zero) the ratio remains _________ .The obtained ratios are called__________.
7. In a ratio the order of the terms is very important. (Say True or False)
8. Ratios are mere numbers. Hence units are not needed. (Say True or False)
9. Equality of two ratios is called a __________. If a,b;c,d are in proportion, thena:b::c:d .
10. In a proportion, the product of extremes =___________
Help Box:
1) Ratio 2) terms 3) antecedent, consequent 4) same 5) common terms 6) unchanged, equivalent ratios 7) True 8) True 9) proportion 10) product of means
1. Find 5 equivalent ratios of 2:7
2. Reduce 270 : 378 to its lowest term.
3. Find the ratio of 9 months to 1 year
4. If a class has 60 students and the...

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The tiger king
Q.1 How would you describe the behavior of the maharaja’s minions towards him? Do you find them truly sincere towards him or are they driven by fear when they obey him? Do we find a similarity in today’s political order?
Ans: as it happens everywhere the behavior of the maharaja’s minions towards him is driven by fear. They only aim is to keep the maharaja in good humor first comes the chief astrologer he is scared to speak the truth. He bits his lips and swallows hard .he must be very careful with the 100 tiger. He declares to tear up all his books on astrology and set fire to them. If proved wrong. The behavior of the dewan offers an interesting study. The king has decided to get married and summons the dewan for deliberations. The dewan follows his orders and finds the right girl. The dewan some times acts wisely he arranges a tiger for the maharaja’s shooting. The behavior of the shop keeper is a strange blending of flattery and winnings. The wooden tiger costs only two annas. He charges there 100 rupees for a price of just two annas. There is surely a similarity in today‘s political order. We see the politicians lie flat before their seniors to flatter them.
Que.2 The story is a satire on the conceit of those in power?
Ans. The story the tiger king is based only on the theme of power and its victims where the tiger king is a powerful ruler and innocent animals like tigers are...

...The grading system for the CBSE Board has a few advantages, with the main one being making the structure easy to understand by anyone who may have an interest in the achievements of particular students: Rather than seeing a mark, they will have access to a grade which encompasses particular marks.
It has also been designed to take away some of the competiveness amongst students so that instead of being given a numerical mark, a particular band of marks will fall under the same grade. This also takes away any judgemental elements that could arise if a student gets marginally more or less marks than another student, though this has been criticised as being detrimental to the student who may have a few marks more than another, yet is allocated the same grade overall.
Using this system means that all schools, primary and secondary, who participate in this method of assessment will have conformity and fluidity within education, with a recognisable term of reference.
Those who are in favour of this method of assessment also argue that it will enable the focus to be placed on the actual learning environment, and make it better, thus facilitating better understanding for pupils. They also claim that any societal pressures will be reduced and so the learner will benefit and will enjoy greater flexibility within the classroom.
In certain circumstances, an individual student’s marks will be given as well as the grade. These circumstances include moving...