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SUMMER  VACATION  HOMEWORK 2014

Class-1 ‘B’

Subject: Garden of life pg no- 12,13 and 14.

Subject Computer: pg no- 12.

Subject G.K.: pg no- 10, 16, 17, 18, 20 and 21.

Cursive Handwriting – 10 Pages.

Subject: Science pg no- 16, 17, 23 and 24.

Subject: English

Q.No.1. Write these words in alphabetical order.

a)     lamp                    table                    chair                    sofa

          _________           _________           ________            _________

b)      car                        van                       bus                       train

          _________           _________           ________           _________

c)      pear                     mango                 apple                   grapes

          _________           _________           ________             _________

d)      hand                    leg                        eyes                     nose

          _________           _________           ________             _________

Q.No.2. Answer these questions. Write Yes, I can or No, I cannot.

a)      Can you fly a kite?

          ________________________________________________

b)      Can you chase mice?

          ________________________________________________

c)      Can you sing?

          ________________________________________________

d)      Can you climb a tree?

          ________________________________________________

Q.No.3. Write the name of any two animal who can

a)      swim          _____________            _________________

b)      fly               _______________________________

c)      hop             _______________________________

d)      swing         _______________________________

 

Q.No.4. What do you do everyday? Look at the picture and complete these sentences.

I brush my ______________

and take a _______________  everyday.

I eat _______________                         

and go to ______________.

In the evening I play in the _________________ .

Q.No.5. Look at these pictures and write their names.

                                                  

___________                _____________          ____________

                                                

_____________         ______________________       _____________

 

                                                   

_____________                             ____________________                        

                                          ______________                                     ______________

Footprints

  1. Write 10 sentences about yourself.
  2. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________

 

  1. ___________________________________________________
  2. Fill in the blanks.
  3. I am a ____________________.
  4. I was born on ________________.
  5. The colour of my eyes is ______________.
  6. I live with my ______________.
  7. I wear _______________.
  8. I have ______________ eyes.
  9. I have ______________ hands.
  10. I have ______________ head.
  11. I have ______________ fingers.
  12. I have ______________ hair.
  13. Match the following.

Grandfather                                              aunt

Father                                                        sister

Brother                                                      grandmother

Uncle                                                         mother

Maths

  1. Write numbers from 1 to 50.                                                   
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

  1. Write down the numbers name.                                       

57 = _____________________                 95 = ______________________

19 = _____________________                 73 = ______________________

82 = _____________________                 17 = _____________________

15 = _____________________                 66 = ______________________

38 = _____________________                 24 = ______________________

49 = _____________________                 100 = _____________________

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SUBJECT: ENGLISH

Class – I SLC

Name: ____________________   Date: ________________

 

  1. Match the following.

Name of the animals/ birds                                         Type of tails

a)     Horse                                                 striped.

b)    Rabbit                                                 big.

c)     Raccoon                                                       long.

d)    Monkey                                                        tiny.

e)     Bird                                                             small.

 

 

 

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 2014/2015

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

Class – 1 SLC

Name:_______________________   Date: ______________

1)    Write numbers from 1 to 100.

                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   

2) Write the correct number names.

a)     25: _______________________________.

b)    34: _______________________________.

c)     46: _______________________________.

d)    59: _______________________________.

e)     84: _______________________________.

f)      67: _______________________________.

g)     93: _______________________________.

h)    76: _______________________________.

 

2)    Write the missing numbers.

a)     1     ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 7 ___ ___ 10.

b)    11 ___ ___ 14 ___ ___ 17 ___ ___ 20.

c)     21 ___ ___ ___ 25 ___ ___ ___ ___ 30.

d)    31 ___ ___ ___ ___ 36 ___ ___ ___ 40.

 

3)    Count the numbers and write them.

a)      = _______.

 

b)    = _______.

 

 

c)     = _______.

 

d)    = ____.

 

 

e)     = ____.

4)    Match the following numbers with the number names,

a)     19                                                                Sixteen.

b)    22                                                                Twenty- eight.

c)     16                                                                Nineteen.

d)    28                                                                Twenty-two.

e)     41                                                                Forty-seven.

f)      39                                                                Thirty-nine.

g)     47                                                                Forty-one.

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 2014/2015

Class – I SLC

SUBJECT: SCIENCE

Name: _____________________   Date: ____________

A)              Fill in the blanks.

a)     ___________________________ are living things. (Animals/Stones).

b)    Living things eat _________________________. (Stones/Food).

c)     Plants ___________________ move on their own. (Cannot/Can).

d)    A ______________________ is a natural non – living things. (Star/Car).

e)     A __________________ is a man – made thing. (Mountain/ Bus).

 

B)   Write (√) or (x) for the following sentences.

a)     A plant is a living thing. ______.

 

b)    A lion is a living thing. _______.

 

c)     A fish does not need food. _____.

 

d)    A stone can breathe. __________.

 

e)     A river is made by man. _______.

 

C)   Tick the correct picture.

a)     Which one is living thing?

 

 

  1. Which one can grow on its own?

 

D)  Which one can feel?

 

E)     Which one can have babies?

 

F)     Which one is a natural non-living thing?

G)  Put a (√ ) in the box for the things which you get from trees.

a)     Mango. ______.

b)    Doll.     ______.

c)     Coconut.______.

d)    Pumpkin.______.

e)     Watermelon._____.

f)      Corn. ______.

g)     Carrot. _____.

h)    Cucumber.______.

 

i)       Raddish. _______.

 

j)       Beetroot. _______.

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 2014/2015

SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES                                                   Class- I SLC

Name: _____________________     Date: _________________

1)    Fill in the blanks about yourself.

a)     I am a _________________. (Boy/girl).

 

b)    My name is ______________________.

 

c)     I’m in class _______________________.

 

d)    The name of my school is _____________________________________________________.

 

e)     I wear my ___________________________ to school.

 

f)      I ______________________ after school.

 

g)     I play ____________________________.

 

h)    My friend’s name is ____________________________.

 

2)    Answer the following questions.

a)     What is your name?

Ans _________________________________________________________.

 

b)    How many people are there in your family?

Ans _________________________________________________________.

 

c)     What is your father’s name?

Ans _________________________________________________________.

 

 

3)    Fill in the blanks.

a)     My father’s mother is my __________________________.

b)    My father’s brother is my __________________________.

c)     My uncle or aunt’s son is my _______________________.

d)    My father’s father is my ____________________________.

e)     My father’s or mother’s daughter is my ________________.

 

4)    Write the name of your family members.

a)     Grandfather   _____________________________.

b)    Grandmother ______________________________.

c)     Father   __________________________________.

d)    Mother ___________________________________.

e)     Uncle     ___________________________________.

f)      Aunt     ___________________________________.

g)     Cousin   ___________________________________.

 

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 2014/2015

SUBJECT: COMPUTER

Class – 1 SLC

A)  Name the parts of the computer.

a)     __________________________________.

 

b)    _________________________________.

c)     _________________________________.

d)    __________________________________.

e)     __________________________________.

B)   Write the missing letters.

a)     C __ m __ __ t __ r.

b)    M __ n __ __ o __.

c)     M __ __ s __.

d)    K __ __ b __ __ __d.

e)     S __ __ __ k __ r.

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 2014/2015

SUBJECT: MORAL SCIENCE

Class- 1 SLC

Name: ____________________   Date: ______________

A) Fill in the blanks.

a) ________________________ means always speaking the truth.

 

b) When you get caught stealing, you feel ___________________.

 

c) ____________________ makes you strong.

 

d) When you lie, you are _________________________________.

B) Match the following.

a) Honesty                                        becomes good with the magic of truth.

 

b) Truth                                            you feel frightened.

 

c) When you lie                                 gives you peace.

 

d) Even the bad can                          is never taking things that belongs to

others.

 

C) Fill in the missing letters.

a) H __ n __ s __ y.                (Honesty)

 

b) A __ r __ i __.                     (Afraid)

 

c) T __ u __ h.                         (Truth)

 

d) M __ g __ c.                        (Magic)

 

e) C __ e __ t.                          (Cheat)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Holiday Homework

Class – II (CBSE)                                                         Subject: English

Vocabulary

Underline the correct answer.

Birds have ( arms , wings , flippers ) to help them fly and their bodies are covered with ( scales , hairs , feathers ).
A tiger has ( stripes , spots , dots ) on its body.
Can you hear the cat ( barking , purring , neighing )?
Pigs are reared in a ( den , coops , sty ).
The kangeroo carries its ( joey , cub , kid ) in its pouch.
At the zoo, we heard the noisy ( clucking , chattering , singing ) of the monkeys.
My dog ( barks , mews , quacks ) when it sees a stranger.
Polar bears have thick ( fur , scales , hair ) to protect them from the cold.
The rooster ( crows , sings , croaks ) to wake the farmer.
Rabbits in the wild live in ( coops , hatches , burrows ).
11. Siti loaded the ( film , cassette , picture ) into the camera.
My mother put the flowers in a ( can , vase , bottle ).
Ivory is made from elephant’s ( tusks , trunk , skin ).
Birds of the same ( hair , feather , colour ) flock together.
The campers are trying to start a ( fire , smoke , light ) to keep themselveswarm for the night.
We see ( light , lighting , lightning ) before we hear the thunder.
Sulin brushes her hair every morning with a ( brush , stick , comb ).
The nurse took my temperature with a ( stethoscope , clinical thermometer, tube ).
To stop a moving car, step on the ( brakes , stops , breaks ).
My mother is using the ( sewing , mending , reparing ) machine to altermy clothes.

Sentence Construction

Rearrange the words to form sentences.

the cat dog The chasing is______________________________________________________
will be you tonight doing What______________________________________________________
to Kim school everday walks______________________________________________________
all homework have our We done______________________________________________________
when Take you a rest tired are______________________________________________________
must help parents with their the housework Children______________________________________________________
We protect need to environment the______________________________________________________
was hockey match exciting very The______________________________________________________
is evening My this performing school choir______________________________________________________
school are Our soon holidays coming______________________________________________________

11. family Sunday day is our

______________________________________________________

12. Nigel watching television enjoys

______________________________________________________

  1. Our heavy are school bags too

______________________________________________________

14. dog will well our be When

______________________________________________________

15. work and Jack makes a dull boy All no play

______________________________________________________

16. to be school the best strives we can Our

______________________________________________________

17. cats dogs was and It raining

______________________________________________________

18. studying is her for examinations Siti

______________________________________________________

19. ship The approaching the harbour is

______________________________________________________

20. we game can of have a tennis When

______________________________________________________

 

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Holiday Homework

Class – II B

Maths

 

  1.  Write the numbers in words.
  2.  6 =_______________________________________________
  3.  27 =______________________________________________
  4.  37 =______________________________________________
  5.  149 =_____________________________________________________________
  6.  382 = _____________________________________________________________
  7.  Write the numbers.
  8.  Five hundred and twenty-three = ________
  9.  Three hundreds nine tens six ones = _________
  10.  Two hundred and thirty-four = _________
  11.  Eight hundreds one ten seven ones = ________
  12.  One hundred and three =  _________
  13.  Fill in the numbers.
  14.  What number is 100 more than 33 ? ________
  15.  What number is 10 less than 89 ? _______
  16.  What number is 100 less than 639 ? _______
  17.  What number is 10 more than 299 ? _______
  18.  What number is 100 more than 68 ? ________
  19.  Fill in the correct sign, > or <.
  20.  837 ______ 847
  21.  284 + 28 ______ 184 + 104
  22.  473 – 18 ______ 346 + 93
  23.  337 ______ 437
  24.  273 + 218 ______ 481
  25.  Arrange the numbers.
  26.  3 , 17 , 7 , 10 starting from smallest. _________________________________
  27.  86 , 33 , 85 , 71 starting from biggest. ________________________________
  28.  941 , 932 , 970 , 906 starting from biggest. ______________________________
  29.  139 , 176 , 164 , 150 starting from smallest. ______________________________
  30.  92 , 29 , 78 , 69 starting from biggest. __________________________________
  31.  Find the values.
  32.  23 + 6 = _______
  33.  38 + 73 = ______
  34.  8 + 39 = ________
  35.  149 – 47 = ________
  36.  372 – 184 = ________
  37.  612 + 300 = ________
  38.  27 – 15 = ________
  39.  37 + 721 = ________
  40.  82 + 49 = _________

10.   431 – 320 =  _______

 

 

 

  1.  Solve the problems below.
Devi has 36 apples and 23 oranges. How many more apples than oranges are there?
A pair of shoes costs $26. Jack has $17. How much more does Jack need?
Ali made 725 sticks of satay. He sold 674 sticks of satay. How many sticks of satay had he left?
962 people attended a concert. There were 423 men and 392 women. How many were children?
Jasmine is 13 years old. Her father is 27 years older than her. How old is her father?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Park the Pods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Place the Penguin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Summer Vacation Homework (2014)

Subject: Science

Class: II (CBSE)

  1. Stick different kinds of leaves from your garden and name the plant the leaf belongs to.

         This needs to be done on a chart paper.

  1. Draw or stick a picture of a plant and label all its parts.

 

Summer Vacation Homework (2014)

Subject: S.ST

Class: II (CBSE)

Make a scrapbook on yourself and name it’ My Growing Up Years’. Paste pictures of yourself as a baby, as a toddler (baby) and what you look like now. As your mother for some interesting stories about your babyhood, which you can draw in the scrapbook.

Also write as to what you like and dislike.

 

Summer Vacation Homework (2014)

Subject: Computer

Class: II (CBSE)

1. Draw or paste a computer with all its parts.

 

 

 

 

DPS Biratnagar

Summer vacation homework- 2014-15

Sub:- English

Class :- II (SLC)

Name ……………………………………………………………..………..Roll………….……………

 

 

1. Choose the correct answers:

a. Janaki sells _________________ in her cart.

i) Toys                                     ii) Fruits

b. Rabin’s albums are full of ____________

i) Photographs of people and places.

ii) White pages

c. The houses and the people look tiny from _____________

i) The window              ii) The sky

d. Rahul works _______________________________

i) At a desk in an old house

ii) At a computer in a large and cool office.

e.       The word few rhymes with the word_____________.

i) Van                             ii) view

f. The boy wants to be a _______________

i) Doctor                       ii) Baker

 

2. Fill in the blanks:                                                                                            a. Rabin works in a _________________

b. Sunita _______________ aeroplanes.

c. Kamal weaves ____________

3. Put a fullstop ( . ) or question mark ( ? ) at the end of these sentences:

a. I love to eat sweet biscuits_______________

b. Have you ever seen a snowfall ___________

c. What do you do __________

d. Eskimos live in Igloo ___________

e. I like to travel by bus___________

f. What does your father do__________

g. Are you feeling hungry _____________

 

4. Choose proper words from the box to complete these sentences:

washing lives beautiful vase story sun

 

 

  1. My grandmother told me a _____________ yesterday
  2. Dog ______________ in a kennel.
  3. There is a pretty flower in the ______________
  4. The _____________ rises in the east and set in the west.

 

  1. Pokhara is a ______________ city.
  2. She is _________________ her hands with soap.

5. Put a tick ( ) against those groups of words which are sentences. Put a cross(x)

Against those which are not:

  1. Is dancing bear the.   ()

 

  1. Ram was walking to school (         )

 

  1. Ram was walking to school. (        )

 

  1. Can I pluck these flowers? (           )

 

  1. I had a mini cat called (         )
  2. The girl is swinging.   ()
  3. They eating mangoes. (        )

6. Arrange these words to form sentences.

1. Angry lion the was

______________________________________________________

2. Bicycle his Gaurav riding is

3. Preety a girl is Seema

______________________________________________________

4. on the there two are oranges table
______________________________________________________

5. love I eat sweet to biscuits.

______________________________________________________

6. play I to like myself.

______________________________________________________

7. live where you do ?

______________________________________________________

 

 

7. Answer the following questions:

a. What does the child in the poem want to be when he grows up?

Ans: ________________________________________________________

b. What do you want to be when you leave school?

ans: ___________________________________________________

b. Why does Kamal get tired?

Ans: ________________________________________________________

  1. Where does Rahul work?

Ans: ________________________________________________________

8. Draw a picture of cake and colour it.

 

 

 

 

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DPS Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Homework- 2014-15

Class :- II

                         Subject: S.S.T(SLC)                                                                                      

 

Name ……………………………………………………………..………..Roll………….……………

 

 

 

  1. Write the correct answer:
  2. A_____________ is used for taking photo. (knife/camera)
  3. A painter uses __________________. (a brush/ a knife)
  4. Sarmila Thapa is a _____________ girl. (lazy/active)
  5. Rajan gets up _____________. (early/late)
  6. To spread cement a_______________ is used. (trowel/ gun)
  7. Write True and false:
  8. Rajan likes to play with his friends. ___________
  9. Rajan never shares his toys. _____________
  10. Narayan does not help his family members in his work. ______
  11. Narayan’s grandfather is a stationer. ___________
  12. We should be like Sharmila. _____________
  13. Sharmila is unhappy when people tell her to do some work._____________

 

 

  1. Make a similar list of your own day just like Rajan Sharma does every day.

a.___________________________________________

 

b.___________________________________________

 

c.___________________________________________

 

d.___________________________________________

 

e.___________________________________________

 

  1. Write down what is there job:
  2. One who types letters and reports: ______________
  3. One who sells paper,pens, etc. _________________
  4. One who cultivate lands: _______________
  5. One who cultivates lands: _______________
  6. One who mends our shoes: ______________
  7. One who catches thives: ________________
  8. One who teaches us: ___________________
  9. One who guards our house: _______________
  10. One who sells fruits: __________________
  11. One who runs a shop: ________________

 

  1. Make a table of your family members and write their works:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Answers the following questions:
  2. What time does Rajan gets up in the morning ?

Ans   ___________________________________________

_____________________________________________

  1. Why is Narayan’s Family happy ?

Ans ___________________________________________

_____________________________________________

  1. What does Sharmila’s father do ?

Ans___________________________________________

_____________________________________________

 

 

  1. Draw the picture of toys which you have and colour it.

 

 

Summer Vacation Homework (2014)

Subject: Computer

Class: II (SLC)

1. Draw or paste a computer with all its parts.

 

Holiday Homework

Class – II (SLC)

Maths

 

  1.  Write the numbers in words.
  2.  6 =_______________________________________________
  3.  27 =______________________________________________
  4.  37 =______________________________________________
  5.  149 =_____________________________________________________________
  6.  382 = _____________________________________________________________
  7.  Write the numbers.
  8.  Five hundred and twenty-three = ________
  9.  Three hundreds nine tens six ones = _________
  10.  Two hundred and thirty-four = _________
  11.  Eight hundreds one ten seven ones = ________
  12.  One hundred and three =  _________
  13.  Fill in the numbers.
  14.  What number is 100 more than 33 ? ________
  15.  What number is 10 less than 89 ? _______
  16.  What number is 100 less than 639 ? _______
  17.  What number is 10 more than 299 ? _______
  18.  What number is 100 more than 68 ? ________
  19.  Fill in the correct sign, > or <.
  20.  837 ______ 847
  21.  284 + 28 ______ 184 + 104
  22.  473 – 18 ______ 346 + 93
  23.  337 ______ 437
  24.  273 + 218 ______ 481
  25.  Arrange the numbers.
  26.  3 , 17 , 7 , 10 starting from smallest. _________________________________
  27.  86 , 33 , 85 , 71 starting from biggest. ________________________________
  28.  941 , 932 , 970 , 906 starting from biggest. ______________________________
  29.  139 , 176 , 164 , 150 starting from smallest. ______________________________
  30.  92 , 29 , 78 , 69 starting from biggest. __________________________________
  31.  Find the values.
  32.  23 + 6 = _______
  33.  38 + 73 = ______
  34.  8 + 39 = ________
  35.  149 – 47 = ________
  36.  372 – 184 = ________
  37.  612 + 300 = ________
  38.  27 – 15 = ________
  39.  37 + 721 = ________
  40.  82 + 49 = _________

10.   431 – 320 =  _______

 

 

 

  1.  Solve the problems below.
Devi has 36 apples and 23 oranges. How many more apples than oranges are there?
A pair of shoes costs $26. Jack has $17. How much more does Jack need?
Ali made 725 sticks of satay. He sold 674 sticks of satay. How many sticks of satay had he left?
962 people attended a concert. There were 423 men and 392 women. How many were children?
Jasmine is 13 years old. Her father is 27 years older than her. How old is her father?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More or Less

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Park the Pods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Place the Penguin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Park the Pods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Park the Pods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Odd or Even

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DPS Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Homework- 2014-15

Class :- II SLC

                         Subject: Science                                                                                        

 

Name ……………………………………………………………..…

Roll………….……………

 

1. Fill in the blanks:

  1. Large numbers of wild animals live in______________

 

  1. Coconut trees are found in _______________

 

  1. High lands are called______________

 

  1. Eskimos live in _______________ region.

 

  1. All around the earth there is __________
  2. Write true and false:

 

  1. Deserts are hot and dry land.

 

  1. High lands are called plains.

 

  1. Polar regions are not suitable for most plants and animals.

 

d. The earth is made up of land only.

 

3. Match the following:

Ice house                                     mountains

 

Flat land                                       Eskimos

 

Hot and dry                                   Plains

 

 

Coast                                        Desert

 

 

Very high land                          Land near the sea

 

  1. Answer the following questions:

 

  1. Why do many people live in plains?

Ans: ________________________________________

________________________________________

  1. Where do you find most of the water in the Earth?

Ans: ________________________________________

________________________________________

  1. What kind of climate do you find in deserts?

Ans: ________________________________________

________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Homework

Class: III (CBSE)

Sub: English

 

                            

  1. Comprehension – “WE THREE “(page no.65). Q Nos. – A,B,C,D (write in grammar copy).

 

  1. WorK BooKchapter-2 “Animal’s Houses “. Q Nos. A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K (write in work book)

 

  1. Handwriting10 pages.

 

  1. Project Draw or paste 3 pictures of city life and 3 pictures of village life in an A4 size paper.    Write your name, class on the top of the paper. Submit after summer vacation.

 2 nepali

 

 2 hindi

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            Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Summer vacation Home work

Class: III CBSE                Sub: science

1.Collect the pictures of the animals that you see in your neighbourhood            and write their eating habits.

2. Describe any three rules of safety to be followed at home.

3. Describe any three rules of safety to be followed at school.

 

Delhi Public school , Biratnagar

Summer vacation home work (2014-2015)

Class: 3/C.B.S.E                                                                                          Subject: SST

 

  1. How many moons does Jupiter have?

 

  1. What is a Planeterium ?

 

  1. What is Satellite?

 

  1. Write ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ For false.

i)                   Life can exist on earth because the Sun provides us with heat and light.                                                                                                    (       )

ii)                 The Sun is a Comet.                                                                          (       )

iii)               After the BIG BANG, the Universe began to expand slowly.     (       )

iv)               The Milky way Galaxy is the largest Galaxy.                                 (       )

v)                 In a Planetarium, we can see the replica of the sky.                 (       )

  1. Give some examples some CAUSE and EFFECT.
  2. Define the terms

VALLEY

PEAK
DESERT
PLAINS

  1. Write a short notes on DESERT.
  2. Write a short note on PLAINS.
  3. How many continents are there on the Earth write their names.
  4. How many Oceans are there on the Earth? Write the names.
  5. What do you know about the globe?

 

PROJECT WORK:  Using an A4-sized paper and colours  write the names of  EIGHT PLANETS

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar
Summer Vacation Assignment 2014-15
Class III (CBSE)Subject: Maths
Instruction: Make a separate copy for this assignment(square line copy).
                         Attach this question paper in the assignment copy.
1 Draw a place value chart till ten thousands place and colour it.
2 Name 2 things that are found or happen in ascending order in nature or around you.
3 Name 2 things that are found or happen in descending order in nature or around you.
4 Add:
a. 5    9    4 b. 4    8    4 c. 8    0    7 d. 9    8    7
    +2    8    3 +2    2    9    +6   7     0
   +8    7     6
5 Mixed type:
a. 3    1    3 b. 6    3    3 c. 6    0    0
   +8    7    6    +1    8    7    +2    5    6
  3    5    6 2    2    2 9    9   9
6 Arrange and add:
a. 326 + 938 b. 648 + 875
7 Write the number name:
a. 1111 b. 1226 c. 1335 d. 1440
8 Write in expanded form:
a. 1136 b. 954 c. 3048
9 Wrtie in short form:
a. 2000 + 20 + 1 b. 3000 + 200 + 50 + 6
10 Story sums:
a. In an area 105 people were affected with Jaundice and in anoyher area 27. Find the total
number of people affected by Jaundice?
b. Garden A produced 560 Kg of mangoes and garden B produced 730 kg in this summer
season. Find the total amount of mangoes been produced by both the gardens.

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

Vacation  Homework

Class -3 (CBSE) Sub:-Computer

  1. Write 5 page handwriting .
  2. Learn tricky terms of chapter-1.
  3. Draw Keyboard, Scroll mouse, Optical mouse, Cpu cabinet, Monitor ,Printer in A4 size paper from chapter -1.

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

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Holiday Homework

Class: III (SLC)

Subject: English

(I) Choose the Correct answers.

  1. The answer that the emperor found was that
  2. Dry onion biscuits are very tasty.
  3. Food tastes best when one is hungry.

 

  1. Yen took the emperor to a place far away from the palace because:-

a. The emperor was tried and hungry.

b. Yen couldn’t cook hunger in the palace.

 

(II)  Give five examples of countable noun and uncountable noun.

 

(III) Fill in the Blanks:-

1. Flim was produced by:-

2. Number of the countries in which it was released:-

3. Famous actors of the Play:-

4. Length of the Film:-

5. Part played by artists:-

 

(IV)  Arrange the Following in alphabetical order:-

Monkey, Dog, Rat, Cat, Elephant

 

(V)  Frame Sentences from the following:-

1. Gave friends my pen a me.

2. With Should Play we others.

3. The twinkles sky in Stars.

4. School am going the I to.

5. Like I sweet Mangoes.

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar
Summer Vacation Assignment 2014-15
Class III (SLC)
                         Attach this question paper in the assignment copy.
1 Draw a place value chart till ten thousands place and colour it.
2 Name 2 things that are found or happen in ascending order in nature or around you.
3 Name 2 things that are found or happen in descending order in nature or around you.
4 Add:
a. 5    9    4 b. 4    8    4 c. 8    0    7 d. 9    8    7
    +2    8    3 +2    2    9    +6   7     0
   +8    7     6
5 Mixed type:
a. 3    1    3 b. 6    3    3 c. 6    0    0
   +8    7    6    +1    8    7    +2    5    6
  3    5    6 2    2    2 9    9   9
6 Arrange and add:
a. 326 + 938 b. 648 + 875
7 Write the number name:
a. 1111 b. 1226 c. 1335 d. 1440
8 Write in expanded form:
a. 1136 b. 954 c. 3048
9 Wrtie in short form:
a. 2000 + 20 + 1 b. 3000 + 200 + 50 + 6
10 Story sums:
a. In an area 3105 people were affected with Jaundice and in another area 227. Find the total
number of people affected by Jaundice?
b. Garden A produced 560 Kg of mangoes and garden B produced 730 kg in this summer
season. Find the total amount of mangoes been produced by both the gardens.

 

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Summer vacation-Home work (2014/2015)

Class: 3 SLC                                                                                               Subject: SST

  1. Madhav, Askok,Lalita, and Suresh are Umesh’s friends. They help their family members to do work. Fill in the blanks with what they do.

a)     Madhav                       work:____________________________________________________

b)    Ashok work:____________________________________________________

c)     Lalita

Work:____________________________________________________

d)     Suresh    Work:____________________________________________________

 

  1. Make a list of the work done in your house.

 

  1. Choose and copy in your exercise book the work you do or help with.

Sweeping the house cleaning kitchen ware, making tea, cooking food,

Welcoming guest, keeping things safely, answering the phone, bringing water, buying things, washing clothes.

  1. What do you use to keep your teeth clean? how do you  keep your nails short?
  2. Draw any five domestic articles that are used in your house.
  3. How do you help when someone is sick?
  4. Write about yourself in ten sentences.
  5. Write about your family members.
  6. Write about your good neighbours and bad neighbours.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Project work: Write a list of works that you do or help your parents in an A4-sized paper.

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Summer vacation Home work

Class: III SLC                                                                         Sub: science

 

1.Write three differences between animal and plant.

2 Draw and label parts of a plant.

3. Draw well labeled diagram of parts of a leaf.

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

                Vacation  Homework

Class -3 (SLC)  Sub:-Computer

 

  1. Write 5 page handwriting .
  2. Learn tricky terms  of Chapter -1.

3.Chapter -1 (page -9) practice time do in book.

 3 - nepali

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

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Holiday Home Work

Class: IV (CBSE)

Subject: English

 

Tick the Correct Sentences

 

(1) The Mountain felt sad and cried because no one needed it.

(2) The Mountain felt lonely in summer.

(3) Only the clouds reached the mountain peak.

(4) The water from the mountain made the plain feel better.

(5) It rained on the earth below when the cloud laughed till they cried.

 

Grammer Book: – Page No: – 77-79, 80-83

 

 4- hindi

 

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Delhi Public School, Biratnagar
Summer Vacation Assignment 2014-15
Class IV (CBSE)Subject: Maths
Instruction: Make a separate copy for this assignment(square line copy).    
                         Attach this question paper in the assignment copy.      
                   
1 Draw a place value chart till ten thousands place and colour it.    
2 Name 2 things that are found or happen in ascending order in nature or around you.
3 Name 2 things that are found or happen in descending order in nature or around you.
4 Add:                
  a. 5    9    4    5 b. 4    8    4    5    6 c. 8    0    7    2    9 d. 9    8    7    4    9    
 
  +2    8    3    0    +2    2    9    3    2   +6   7     0    4    5    +8    7     6   6    0    
           
5 Subtraction:                
  a. 9    1    3    5    8 b. 6    3    3    2    2 c. 6    0    0          
 
   -8    7    6    4    3    -1    8    7    0    3    -2    5    6          
               
6 Arrange and add:              
  a. 33326 + 90038 b. 64348 + 8753          
                   
7 Write the number name:            
  a. 11,11,111 b. 3,47,001          
                   
8 Arrange and subtract:            
  a. 134576 – 89267 b. 1074871 – 867231          
                   
9 Wrtie in short form:              
  a. 2000 + 20 + 1   b. 3000 + 200 + 50 + 6      
                   
10 Story sums:              
  a. At Kumb mela 56,217  pilgrims visited on 1st day and on the second day 90,122 pilgrims.
  Find the total number of pilgrims visited the mela in two days?    
                   
  b. A truck is carrying 25,000 kgs of fruits. If there is 12,566 kgs of red apples then find the
  amount of green apples?            

 

    SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub: Social Studies

Class: IV (CBSE)

 

  1. Draw a map of Indian in an A4 size paper showing different states with their capitals.
  2. Write the activities of the  given pages and learn it: (pg no. 20 no, III & IV)

Pg 50 (no. III & IV)

 

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

                Vacation  Homework

Class-4(CBSE)                    Sub:-Computer

  Chapter -1

1.Write 5 page handwriting.

2.Learn tricky terms and questions and answer.

3.Make a list of applications of computers in different fields (in A4 Size paper).

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

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DPS Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub:- Science

   Class:-  IV  (CBSE)              

 

 

 

  1. Make a colourful chart on healthy eating habits.

                                 OR

          Draw a diagram of digestive system.

    

   ( use chart paper or A4 size paper )

 

 

  1. Write and learn the key words of le – 1,2 and 3 ( in copy )

 

  1. Learn the question and answer of le- 1, 2 and 3

 

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Homework

Class –IV (SLC)

Sub: English

 

 

  1. ComprehensionNos. 3 and 4 (page nos. 100, 101).

No. 3- Q Nos. (A,B,C);  No. 4-Q Nos.(A,B,C). Write in grammar copy.

 

  1. ProjectDraw or paste 5 types of pictures of imaginary characters in an A4 size paper.                    Write your name, class, section, roll no. on the top of the paper. Submit after summer vacation.

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar
Summer Vacation Assignment 2014-15
Class IV (SLC)
Instruction: Make a separate copy for this assignment(square line copy).
                         Attach this question paper in the assignment copy.
1 Draw a place value chart till ten thousands place and colour it.
2 Name 2 things that are found or happen in ascending order in nature or around you.
3 Name 2 things that are found or happen in descending order in nature or around you.
4 Add:
a. 5    9    4    5 b. 4    8    4    5    6 c. 8    0    7    2    9 d. 9    8    7    4    9  
    +2    8    3    0    +2    2    9    3    2   +6   7     0    4    5    +8    7     6   6    0  
 
5 Subtraction:  
a. 9    1    3    5    8 b. 6    3    3    2    2 c. 6    0    0  
     -8    7    6    4    3    -1    8    7    0    3    -2    5    6  
   
6 Arrange and add:
a. 33326 + 90038 b. 64348 + 8753
7 Write the number name:
a. 11,11,111 b. 3,47,001
8 Arrange and subtract:
a. 134576 – 89267 b. 1074871 – 867231
9 Wrtie in short form:
a. 2000 + 20 + 1 b. 3000 + 200 + 50 + 6
10 Story sums:
a. At Kumbmela56,217  pilgrims visited on 1st day and on the second day 90,122 pilgrims.
Find the total number of pilgrims visited the mela in two days?
b. A truck is carrying 25,000 kgs of fruits. If there is 12,566 kgs of red apples then find the
amount of green apples?

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

Summer vacation home work (2014/ 2015)

Class:4/SLC                                                                                                               Subject: SST

  1. Give the name of tools:

i)                   to carry stone:                                ——————-

ii)                 to make doors and windows:       ——————

iii)               to plough land:                                ——————

iv)                to shave:                                          ——————

v)                 to measure liquid:                           ——————

vi)               to chop wood:                                  ——————

vii)             to spread:                                          ——————

  1. What occupations are the following tools related to?

i)                   A pair of scissors

ii)                 A hoe

iii)               An iron

iv)               A balance

v)                 A sewing machine

vi)               A sickle

vii)             A tape

viii)           A tape

  1. Make alist of tools that are in your house.
  2. How would you help your neighbour who is poor and has no books?
  3. have you ever received help from your classmate or neighbour? Write how.
  4. How would you help your your neighbour who is not good at reading?
  5. Draw a balance and an axe.
  6. Make a list of sharp weapons which can hurt.
  7. Make a list of occupational tools.

 

 

10. PROJEC WORK: Draw the following tools.

Khukuri

Saw

Sickle

Basket

Needle

hammer

 

 

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

                Vacation  Homework

Class -4 (SLC) Sub:-Computer

 

  Chapter -1

  1. Write 5 page handwriting.
  2. Learn tricky terms .
  3. Draw different parts of a hardware in A4 size paper.

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

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DPS Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub:- Science

   Class:-  IV  (SLC)  

 

 

  1. Paste at least two pictures of the following categories and label it.

 

  1. Terrestrial animals
  2. Arboreal animals.
  3. Aerial animals.
  4. Aquatic animals
  5. Amphibians
  6. Herbivores

( use chart paper or A4 size paper )

 

  1. Write and learn the key  words of le- 1 ,2 and 3. ( in copy)

 

  1. Learn the question and  answer of le- 1 , 2 and 3.

 

 

 

 

SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub:- English Class:-  V(CBSE)              

 

  1. 5 pages of handwriting
  2. Comprehension: Grammar book Pg no. 105 & 106 (ex A & B) Topic: Silent Butterflies in the book.
  3. Unseen Poem (Grammar Book) Pg 109 & 110 Topic : The wind Ex A ,B & C in the book.
  4. Raindrops Work Book: Link lesson Chapter 3: Mother tell me  a story Ex A to I in the book.

 

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

SUMMER BREAK HOME WORKS(2014/15)

SUBJECT:- HINDI

 

 

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Delhi Public School Biratnagar

 SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK– 2014-15

Class :V (CBSE)

                                                                                                           

Sub: Mathematics                                                              

  

 

A. Given below are the population of  the ten states of  India in 2011. Study the list

 

and answer the question below :-

 

States                                                                                Population 

 

1.  Uttar pradesh                                                                    199,581,477

 

2.  Maharashtra                                                                      112,372,972

 

3.  Bihar                                                                                 103,804,637

 

4. West Bengal                                                                       91,347,736

 

5. Andhra Pradesh                                                                   84,665,533

 

6. Madhya Pradesh                                                                72,597,567

 

7. Tamilnadu                                                                           72,138,958

 

8. Rajasthan                                                                              68,621,012

 

9. Karnataka                                                                              61,130,704

 

10. Gujrat                                                                                  60,383,628

 

a)    Which states has highest population?

 

b)   Which states has least population?

 

c)    Write the population of Uttar Pradesh in words?

 

d)   Rewrite the list in order of highest to lowest population of the states?

 

e)    What is the value of ‘7’ in the number giving the population of Tamilnadu?

 

B.   Solve using Roman numerals:

 

a. LXXX – LXII                                                b. XC – XL

 

C. Write the predessor of the following.

  1. 15,09,999

 

D. Write the successor of the following.

 

a. 13, 80,970

 

E. Write the expanded notation

 

a.      5, 67, 03,670

 

F.   Compare using >, <, or =

  1.   5, 67, 98,345 ……………….. 5,76,98,435

 

b.     LVIII……………… C

 

G.  Solve using   compensation

 

  1.   21 –  37

 

H. Story sum.

 

a.   Sunil’s car did 25,384 km and Vijay’s car did 30,001 km in the same year.                     How many kilometer less did Sunil’s car run?

 

b.   What must be added to 18345 to make it 19624?

 

c.   The sum of two numbers is 40132, if one number is 29184. Find the other

 

number?

 

 

DPS Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub:- Science

   Class:-  V  (CBSE)     

 

 

  1. Define the following terms:- ( in science copy )

 

  1. Disease          
  2. Antibiotics
  3. Symtom
  4. Hygiene
  5. Crops
  6. Agriculture
  7. Cotyledons
  8. Infected
  9. Seed coat
  10. Bud      

 

 

  1. Describe the different components of food , functions and their important sources in a chart paper.

 

  1. Learn the question and answers of le – 1 , 2 and 3.                  

 

 

 

SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub: Social Studies

Class: V (CBSE)

 

  1. Make  a project on latitudes and longitudes including the given points
  2. absolute and relative location
  3. latitudes( important parallel of latitudes with its figure
  4. longitudes with its figure
  5. international date line
  6. grid with figure

 

 

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

            Vacation  Homework

 

Class –5 (CBSE) Sub:-Computer

 

    Chapter -1

1.Learn tricky terms .

2. Write five generations of computers in (A4 Size paper )from page no -13.

3. Draw Abacus, Napier’s bones and Pascaline in (A4 Size Paper).

 

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 5                                                                   Subject: Art

 

  1. Page no 2,3,4,5 Drawing

 

 

Holiday Home Work

Class: V(SLC)

Subject: English

 

 

 

Do Comprehension Page no:- 174-178

 

 

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

 SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK– 2014-15

Class :V (SLC)

                                                                                                           

Sub: Mathematics                                                               

  

 

A. Write the numbers in words:­­-                                                                                               1. 7,81,912

2. 9,43,752

3.73,69,432

4.47,64,123

5.65,44,123

B.   Write in expanded form:-

1.49,73,371

2. 82,46,681

3.44,63,543

4. 28,20, 523                                                                                                                     5.74,78, 553

C. Write the predessor  of the following.

  1. 15,09,999

 

D. Write  the  successor  of the following.

 

a. 13,80,970

 

E. Find the sum:

 

1. 45,678 +75,478

2. 78,60,953+49,05,286

3. 657,394+475,823

4. 25,678+35,678

5. 80,46,743+86,46,834

 

F.   Compare using  >,<,or =

 

  1.   5,67,98,345 ……………….. 5,76,98,435

 

b.     612,009……………… 612,109

 

G.  Find the difference between:

 

  1.  51 21 – 4377     b. 5972-2354      c.4321-1001

 

H. Story sum.

a.   Aditi’s  car did 25,384 km and  Ajay’s car did  30,001 km  in  the same year.                     How  many  kilometer less  did Aditi’s car run?

 

b.   What  must be added  to  18345 to make it  19624?

 

c.   The  sum of  two numbers  is  40132.if  one  number  is  29184.Find  the other

 

number?

d.What is the sum of the largest five digit number and the smallest six digit number?

 

e.What is the difference between the largest six digit number and the smallest five digit number?

 

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Summer vacation Home work

Class: V SLC                    Sub: science

1.Describe the stages of germination along with diagram.

2.Write the organs of breathing of different animals.

3.What are the agents of dispersal of seeds.

 

Delhi Public School,Biratnagar

Summer vacation home work  (2014/2015)

Class – 5 (SLC)                                                                                                          Subject: SST

  1. Match the following people and the work they do.

Baker                                     looks after sick people

 

Butcher                                makes cakes,biscuits and bread

 

Nurse                                    Provides meat

 

Teacher                                flies a phone

 

Pilot                                     educates children or even adults

 

  1. Name any ten occupations.

 

  1. Write 5 sentences about one of your neighbours who does not behave politely.

 

  1. write a letter to your friend describing any three occupations and which one you would like to take up when you grow up. mention why you have selected it?

 

  1. Make a list of the commuty work you have participated in?

 

  1. Collect pictures and make a poster to show the community.
  2. Write ten sentences about your good neighbours.

 

  1. Write  a some sentences on commynity work.

 

  1. Is it good to be friendly and helpful to your neighbours? explain with reasons.

 

  1. PROJECT WORK: Write a letter in a letter pad to a friend describing any three occupations and which one you would like to take up when one grow up. Mention why you have selected particular occupation.

 

 

Delhi Public School ,Biratnagar

          Vacation  Homework

Class -5 (SLC) Sub:-Computer

 

 Chapter -1

  1. Learn tricky terms and all the question answers.
  2. Make a list of all the tasks for which the computer is being used in your school  (in A4 size paper).
  3. Write the features of computer in points  (A4 size paper).

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 5                                                                                 Subject: Art

  1. Page no 2,3,4,5 Drawing

 

 

Summer Vacation Homework

Class -VI B &C

Sub: English

 

 

  1. Chapter 2: “Life at Hawthorn School “. Q Nos. – A, D, E, G, H.

 

  1. Writing –     Article. Exercise Nos. (From 1 to 8). Page Nos. (From 89 to 96).

 

  1. Project   –   Draw or paste 5 pictures of swift things and 5 pictures of slow things in an               A4 size paper. Write your name, class, section; roll no. on the top of the paper. Submit after summer vacation.

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

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Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 6                                                                        Subject: Art

 

  1. Object Drawing & Colors

 

 

 

 

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Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: VI (CBSE)                                                                  Subject: Mathematics

 

 

 

1. Complete the following table:

Number Round nearest to
Hundred Thousand Ten Thousand Lakhs
473847        
534573        
573548        
853644        
378259        

 

  1. Correct the  following Roman Numbers:

i)       539 = CDXXXIX

ii)     179 = CLXIX

iii)   354 = CCLIV

 

3       Write the number names according to International system numeration.

i)       7452283

ii)     699985102

 

4       Estimate the following products using the general rule:

i)       578 × 161

ii)     1291 × 592

 

 

5       Find the sum of the following by suitable arrangement :

i)       837+208+363

ii)     1962+453+ 1538+ 647

6       Find using distributive property

i)       728× 101

ii)     5437× 1001

 

7       Story sum:

i)       A vessel has 4 Liters and 500 ml of curd. In how many glasses, each of 25 ml capacity can it be filled?

ii)     Population of sundernagar was 2, 35,471 in the year 1991. In the year it was found to be increased by 72,958. What was the population of the city in 2001?

iii)   Each copy has 12 pages. Hence 11,980 copies will have 12× 11,980 pages. What would this number be more than 1, 00,000 or lesser? Try to estimate.

 

 

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Delhi Public School

Holiday Homework

Class : VI ( CBSE)

Subject: Science

 

                                                         

 

 

1)   Name the following:

a)      The nutrients which mainly give energy to our body.

b)      The nutrients that are needed for growth and maintenance of our body.

c)       A vitamin required for maintaining good eyesight.

d)      A mineral that is required for keeping our bones healthy.

2)      Name two foods each rich in:

a) Fats  (b) Starch   (c) Dietary fibre   (d) Protein

 

3)  Name seven diseases caused by deficiency of vitamins and minerals. List them in chart paper

with their symptoms.

 

4)      What do you mean by balanced diet?

 

5)   What do you mean by deficiency diseases?

 

6)    Name the major nutrients in our food.

 

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Holiday Home work

Class : VI (CBSE)

Sub : SST

 

 

 

  1. What is a galaxy ?\
  2. Describe about solar system ?
  3. What do you mean by diversity in India ?
  4. Draw the figure of solar system on  chart paper ?
  5. How  do we know about our past ?
  6. What is the difference between manuscript  and  Inscription ?
  7. What were the difference between ordinary people and king ?
  8. Describe about kerela and write some special things about kerela  ?

 

 

SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT – 2014

Sub: – English                                                               Class: – VI (SLC)

    

1. Write a paragraph on ‘A pleasant dream”   using the hints given below:

(A dream -causes- I had a pleasant dream- won a Mercedes car in competition-Happy driving -members of the family happy-woke up- only a dream – not a reality)

2. Letter Writing

Write an n application to the Principal of your school requesting him to allow the classes to go on an educational tour.

3. Write five pages of handwriting from Buzzword in the English grammar copy.

4. Project Work: Stick pictures of diiferent adventures in an A4 size paper and present in a stick file

 

 

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

  Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: VI (S.L.C.)      Subject: Mathematics

 

 

 

  1. Use Grouping chat to write the following numbers in words:

i)                   333,113,283,754

ii)                478,912,252,935

  1.  Use Grouping chat to write the following numbers in words:

i)                   12,79,19,19,51,999

ii)                33,31,13,28,83,754

3          Add/ Subtract  the following and write the result in local system:

i)                   78,13,84,34,514 + 75,71,03,68,020 + 14,92,27,578

ii)                485,855,613,212- 111,746,319,232

4  Complete the following table:

Number Round nearest to
Hundred Thousand Ten Thousand Lakhs
473847        
534573        
573548        
853644        
378259        

 

5       Simply the following :

i)                   3×[{24÷(4+4)} × {-3÷ (3-2)}]

ii)                4+[3× {(7-3)-15}+{(8÷2)+6}× 2]

6                                                             Correct the  following Roman Numbers:

i)       539 = CDXXXIX

ii)    179 = CLXIX

7       Write each of t he following numbers using the grouping chat:

i)                   Five billion thirty seven million nine hundred forty seven thousand two hundred eighty nine.

ii)                Oone kharab one crore one hundred and one.

8       write the correct number in each blank.

i)                   1,92,46,000=  ………Crore………lakh ……….thousand

ii)                8,72,22,000=…………Crore ……..lakh………..thousand

9                                                             write the correct number in each blank.

i)  19, 346,000=………million……..thousand= ………thousand

ii) 21,930,000=……….million…….thousand= ………thousand

10   Write the Greatest and least numbers using the se digits. Also give their names in National and International system:

i)                   2,2,1,7,3,6,4,9,7,4,5

ii)                2,3,8,3,5,8,9,4,4,

 

 

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DPS, Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK, 2014-15

                    Subject- Science

                   Class- VI SLC

 

  1. What is a biome? Name the different types of biomes.
  2. What kind of trees grow in deciduous forest?
  3. Name the following:
  1. the natural environment of an animal or plant
  2. all the living things and all their interactions with each other and their environment
  3. a region of the earth’s surface and the particular combination of climate, plants and animals that are found in it
  4. plants that live on other plants and absorb water through hair on their leaves
  5. a permanently frozen underlying layer of soil
  6. the trees whose leaves change color in autumn, fall off in winter and grow back again in spring
  1. What are prairies? Name two animals found in such a biome.
  2. In what ways do tundra plants adapt to the weather conditions of the region?
  3. What is hibernation? Name some animals which go for hibernation.
  4. Why do aquatic plants have broad, waxy leaves?
  5. Write some adaptational features of coniferous trees.
  6. Name some animals which are found in taiga forest.
  7. Why are tundra plants dark in color?

 

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

VACATION HOMEWORK

CLASS: VI (SLC)

Sub:Social Studies

Project Work (To do on A4 Size paper)

1. Cut all the National Emblems and paste them on A4 size paper and write their names below.

Assignment (To do on vacation copy)

A. Answer the following questions:

1. What is your municipality/ VDC doing to keep its area clean?

2. List the type of non-formal education in Nepal and briefly describe each of them.

3. What is health?

C. Fill in the gaps. (To do on vacation copy)

1. The Local Self-government Act was enforced in ………..

2. There are …………people (elected plus nominated) in a VDC.

3. The number of VDC’s in a district depends on ………….

4. A Village Council consists of ………..members.

5. One must be …………..years old to cast a vote.

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

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Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 6                                                                        Subject: Art

 

  1. Object Drawing & Colors

 

 

Delhi public school Biratnagar

Summer holiday homework

Class-VII CBSE

Subjcet: English

  1. Write a composition of about  200 words on tutu . write about who she was how she came to live in grandfather’s house, her like and dislike, her experience with different people , etc. use these tips .
  • Tutus background
  • Appearance
  • Likes and Dislike
  • Experience

 

  1. Imagine you are participating in an inter-school composition-writing competition. The topic given is – I wish I had acted more cleverly.

Think of an incident after which that you had wished that you had acted more cleverly. Write a composition of 2-3 paragraphs mentioning

  • What the incident was
  • What happened during the incident.
  • Why you wished that you could have acted differently.

 

 

 

 

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DPS Biratnagar

Holiday Assignment– 2014-15

Sub: – Maths

Class: – VII (CBSE)

Time  1 Hrs                                                                                                                                                                                         F.M=20

 

 

  1. Verify: a – ( -b ) = ( a + b ) , if  a = 12   ,  b = 24 .
  2. Use the sign of  > , < , or  =  in the blank:                                              i. ( -8 ) – ( -30 ) _____  ( – 7 ) + (  30 )                                                    ii.  -18 + ( -20 ) -(- 50)   _____    90 +  ( -82 ) – ( – 9 )
  3. Fill in the blanks:                                                                                     i. ( -100 ) ÷ ( 25 )  =  ______                                                                  ii.( -42) + ( ____ ) =   2                                                                         iii. ( -9 ) x ___  =  -9                                                                                    iv. ( -10 ) x ( 4 + 5 ) =  ( ___ x 4 ) +(  _____x 5)
  4. Write down a pair of integers whose                                                      i. sum is -22                                                                                             ii. difference is -35
  5. Add : ( -115 ) + ( -225 ) + ( 120 ) + ( -101 ) + 130.
  6. Find the product of  ( -2 ) x ( -5 ) x ( -8 ) x (-125 ) x ( -1 ).
  7. Verify : 12 x { ( -3 ) + ( -5 ) } = 12 x ( -3 ) + 12 x ( -5 ).
  8. Write two pair of integers
 

(a,b)  such that a ÷ b = -3 .

  1. Solve:   +   +
  2. Which is greater   of   or   of     .
  3. Multiply and express as mixed fraction                                                  i. 8x 4                    ii.     5 x 6
  4. Solve:   7  – 3

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK, 2014-15

                        Subject- Science

                        Class- VII B (CBSE)

 

  1. Draw diagrams of any five animals from which fibre is extracted.
  2. Define the following terms:
  1. Rearing            ii. Shearing                      iii. Sericulture
  1. Make a chart of some Indian breeds of sheep in India with the quality of wool that it produces and the state where they are reared.
  2. Write one similarity and one difference between the nutrition in amoeba and human beings.
  3. Draw a well labeled diagram of the human digestive system.

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK, 2014-15

                        Subject- Science

                        Class-  VII CBSE (C)

 

  1. Distinguish between acids & bases. (at least three)
  2. What is salt? Write its two properties & two uses.
  3. What is neutralization? Explain with examples.
  4. What is indicator? Explain with examples.
  5. Enlist different types of acids & bases with their resources.

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 7                                                                                  Subject: Art

 

  1. Composition, Sketch

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Assignments

 

Sub: English

Class: VIIA

 

I. Read as many of the books listed below as possible. Prepare a book review of any one. Remember to:

a) Design a book jacket.

b) Make a bookmark.

c) Compile a crossword puzzle that includes new words or characters from the book.

d) Central idea in 150 words.

e) Character you found interesting and why?

f) Imagine yourself as one of the characters write a diary in 100 to 150 words.

g) Write about the author in about 100 words.

 

(Length of book review – four to five A4 sheets)

Books Authors

1. The Big Friendly Giant – Roald Dahl

2. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – Mark Twain

3. Treasure Island – R.L. Stevenson

4. Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens

5. Little Women – Louisa. M. Alcott

 

II. Prepare a PowerPoint Presentation of up to 10 slides about any one region/place of Nepal. Describe its culture, famous places, food, clothing, climate, etc. Include information about any two famous celebrities from the region.

 

III. Select a poem with a nature theme from the Junior Anthology and be ready to recite it in class.

 

IV. Prepare ‘My Dictionary’.

Find two new words everyday and look for their meanings. At the end of the month, arrange the words alphabetically, along with their meanings. Design an attractive cover for your dictionary.

 

Please include the following activities in your holiday routine to enhance communication skills in English:

1. Read an English newspaper aloud, every day, for at least 10 minutes.

2. Do a page of cursive writing every day.

3. Learn a new English word every day and prepare a word web with all these words. Please consult a Thesaurus.

4. Listen to the English news or watch one of the following channels for half an hour every day:

 

Discovery, National Geographic, National Geographic Wild, Discovery Science, Discovery Kids, Animal Planet, History TV18

 

 

Submission date: 3rd of July

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK, 2014-15

                    Subject- Science

                   Class-  VII (slc)

 

  1. Explain human respiratory system with a well-labeled diagram.
  2. How is breathing different from respiration?
  3. Explain the mechanism of breathing in bacteria.
  4. How do plants respire?
  5. Differentiate between respiration & combustion.
  6. Define pneumatophores. How do stomata help in respiration?

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 7                                                                   Subject: Art

 

  1. Composition, Sketch

 

 

 

Summer holiday homework
Class-VIII                                               Subject: English

 

 

  1. Read these lines from the poem

 

‘A well is born’

“Armed with maps, reports ,a truck and a drill

If we drill here , of this I am sure”

 

A word drill has the same spelling and pronunciation but different meanings. What are such words called ? Make a list of  at least ten more such words  from the poem and explain their meanings with examples.

 

  1. The story of “The other side of the story is an interpretation of the classic fairy tale “CINDERELLA”. Read the story again.

Is it different from the story you know as a young child? List all the things in this story that you found were different from your version.

 

 

 

 

 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

SUMMER BREAK HOME WORKS(2014/15)

SUBJECT:- HINDI (3Rd Lang)

 

 

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!=kfFr k[i7 lx+bL n]vg s/]+ .

@=lgDglnlvt lga+w b; ;] k+b|x k+lStof]+ d]+ lnv]+M

s=xdf/f ljb\ofno

v=;do sf dxTj

#=;+Vof cf}/ cIf/ d]+ ! ;] %) ts lnv]+ .

$= hLjg d]+ cfk Sof s/gf rfxt] x}+ < b; ;] af/x k+lStof]+ d]+ lnv]+ .

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

SUMMER BREAK HOME WORKS(2014/15)

SUBJECT:- HINDI

 

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s=kof{ojfrL zAb-k[i7 #&_ !;]!% ts

v=ljnf]d zAb-k[i7#*_ !;]@%ts

u=jfSof+z s] lnP Ps zAb !;]@) ts

3=Jofs/0f k[i7 !&! s] cg’R5]b sf] k':ts d]+ xL k”/f s/]+

ª=k[i7 !&^ cf}/ !&& sL sxfgL sf] ;+s]tf]+ s] cfwf/ k/ k”/f s/]+.

 

Delhi public school Biratnagar

Summer holiday homework

Class-VIII CBSE

Subject: History and Civics

1 . Do the project on Indian constitution

2. write in brief why date is impotent  in history.

 

 

DPS Biratnagar

Holiday Assignment– 2014-15

Sub:- Maths

Class:-  VIII (CBSE)

Time

  1. What number should be added to –  to get -12 ?
  2.  Write the multiplicative inverse  of:                                                                                                 i.  -23                                                ii.
  3.  The perimeter of a rectangular swimming pool is 154m. Its length is 2m more than twice its breadth. What are the length and the breadth of the pool?
  4. Simplify : +-
  5. The sum of three consecutive integers  is 51.Find the integers .
  6. The sum of three consecutive multiples of  11 is 363.Find these multiples .
  7. Find ten rational numbers between and     .
  8. Multiply  additive inverse of    by the reciprocal  of     .
 

Represent    on the number line .

  1. Solve:     –    =    – t    .
  2. Simplify and solve: 15(y – 4) – 2(y – 9) + 5(y + 6) = 0
  3. Solve:   =

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL

                                  SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME-WORK

 

 

                                   CLASS Vlll (CBSE)

                                      Sub. Science (Bio)

 

  1. Collect different new agricultural machine pictures and paste in a file with their names and uses .
  2. Project Work

Visit a farm or garden nearby . Gather information about

1)      importance of seed selection .

2)      method of irrigation

3)      fertilizer\manure used .

3  Describe . an activity to show that thermoplastic is a poor conductor of electricity.

4. Learn notes of lesson 1 and 3 .

DPS, Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK, 2014-15

                    Subject- Science

                   Class-  VIII CBSE

Physics

  1. Project Work: Prepare a list of famous Indian musicians & instruments they play. (in A4 size paper)
  2. Draw a label diagram of human ear on a colourful chart.
  3. Sketch larynx & explain its function in your own words.
  4. Name any four ways in which sound can be produced.
  5. Describe an experiment to show that sound cannot travel through vacuum.
  6. How can you prove that sound travel better through solid than air? Explain.

 

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 8                                                                   Subject: Art

 

  1. Portrait Study, Landscape

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Assignments

 

Sub: English

Class: VIIIA

 

1. Write the following essays in about 250-300 words (any two):

a. The beautiful place you have visited

b. A Nepali Wedding

c. If I were the Class teacher of my class

 

2. Read any two of the books listed below during your Summer Vacation and prepare a book review of any one. You must:

a) Design a book jacket.

b) Make 2 bookmarks.

c) Devise some Puzzles or a crossword with new words or characters from the book.

d) Explain the central idea in about 150 words.

e) Identify a character you found interesting along with reasons for your choice.

f) Imagine yourself as one of the characters and write a diary entry in 100 words.

 

Books Authors

1. David Copperfield – Charles Dicken

2. Matilda – Roald Dahl

3. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – J.K. Rowling

4. Swami & His Friends – R.K Narayan

5. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle

 

(Any two stories)

3. Prepare a Brochure about any one famous tourist spot of India.

4. Read an English newspaper regularly, select any five topics related to Education or Environment, paste them on A4 size paper sheets and write your view point in about 80-100 words.

Please include the activities given below in your daily schedule to enhance basic communication skills in English:

1. Read aloud newspaper daily for at least 20 minutes.

2. Do a page of cursive writing every day.

3. Find out one new word every day and prepare a Wordweb.

4. Listen to the English news for half an hour every day.

 

Submission date: 3rd of July

 

 

 

 

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

  Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: VIII (S.L.C.)      Subject: Compulsory Mathematics

 

 

 

United’s SPEEDY MATHS: Hukum Pd. Dahal

Chapter Exercise Page No. Question No.
     SET 1.1 04 Section:A-3,4Section:B-3,4 
1.2 11 Section:A-2,3
1.2 12 Section:B-4,5 
1.3 16 Section:A-1,2
1.3 17 Section:B-3(a,b,c,d)
 Number system in Different Bases 2.1 21 Section:A-3,4Section:B-2(e), 3(e),4(e) 
2.2 23 Section: A- 2,3
2.2 24 Section:B-1(c),2(d),3(d),4(d), 5(c) 

 

 

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

  Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: VIII (S.L.C.)      Subject: optional  Mathematics

 

 

 

United’s SPEEDY MATHS: Hukum Pd. Dahal

Chapter Exercise Page No. Question No.
     trigonometry 1 06-07 Section:A-8,10,11Section: C-  1,2,3 
2.1 11 Section:A-2,3
2.2 15 Section:A,5 
2..3 18 Section:A-1,2, 3
2.4 26 Section:B-1
. . ..  
     
     

 

 

 

 

Summer Vacation homework

DPS Biratnagar

Class  VIII (SLC)

Subject: Science

1.Describe an activity to measure the volume of a stone.

2.What is SI system? Write the difference between SI system and CGS system.

3.Draw the atomic structure of the following element:-

a. Carbon          b.Oxygen

c.Argon             d.Calcium

4.Write the features of the modern periodic table . What are the uses of the periodic table ?

5. Learn the notes of lesson -1 and lesson-11

 

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

VACATION HOMEWORK

CLASS: VIII (SLC)

Sub:Social Studies

Project Work (To do on A4 Size paper)

1. Draw a full page outline map of Nepal and locate the regional headquarters exactly.

2. Visit a nearby hospital/health post/ health centre in your locality and collect the following informations:

Name of the hospital/health post/health centre:

Date of establishment:

Number of doctors abd staff:

Opening Time:

Closing Time:

Services available/offered:

Problems:

Solution/ Measures:

Assignment (To do on vacation copy)

Answer the following questions:

1. With help of Atlas, answer these questions:

a. Name of the zones which have border with China only.

b. Name of the zones which have border with India only.

c. Name of the zones which have border with both China and India.

2. What are the various purposes of dividing Nepal into development regions?

3. ‘Among the modes of transport, road transport is the most suitable mode of trasnport in Nepal’ Justify the statement.

4. ‘Communication and Transport have made the world smaller.’ Justify the statement.

 

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 8                                                                   Subject: Art

 

  1. Portrait Study, Landscape

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Homework

Class-IX (CBSE)

Subject: English

 

Q.1.Write a short biography of William

Q.2.Read and summarise Voyage one and

two of Gulliver’s Travels.

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

SUMMER BREAK HOME WORKS(2014/15)

SUBJECT:- HINDI

 

 

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s=kof{ojfrL zAb-k[i7 (!_ k"/f s/]+

v=ljnf]d zAb-k[i7((_

u=jfSof+z s] lnP Ps zAb –k[i7 !!$ ;] !!^_k”/f s/]+

3=cg]sfyL{ zAb k[i7 !)$ ;] !)% k':ts d]+ xL k”/f s/]+

ª=ckl7t ub\of+z ^;] !) ts

r=ckl7t kb\of+z ^ ;] !) ts

h=k|f]h]S6 sfo{M j0f{ ljR5]b.

 

lbNnL klAns :s”n lj/f6gu/

lj=;= @)&! ;fnsf] udL{ ljbfsf] u[xsfo{

ljifo M g]kfnL

 

sIff M  ( -C.B.S.E._

 

 

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-s_ d]/f] hLjgsf] nIo

-v_ jftfj/0f k|b”if0f

-Uf_ g]kfndf k|hftGq

-3_ dnfO{ dg kg]{ ;flxTosf/

-ª_ ufpFsf] ljsf;df oftfoftsf] dxTj

-r_ kf7\ok':ts – Test Book _ sf] dxTj

@=   æ nfx’/L e}F;L Æ syfsf] ;f/f+z n]Vg’xf];\ .

#=    z}lIfs e|d0f nlukfpmF egL tkfO{Fsf] ljBfnosf k|wfgfWofksnfO{ Pp6f lgj]bg n]Vg’xf];\ .

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DPS, Biratnagar

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK, 2014-15

                        Subject- Science

                        Class-  IX CBSE

Physics

  1. Can velocity and acceleration point in opposite direction? Explain.
  2. A brick and an elephant are in free fall. What is common in their motion?
  3. Differentiate between scalars & vectors.
  4. A driver in a car moving at the rate of 72 km/h suddenly applies brakes after seeing a child 50 m away in front of it. If the brakes provide a retardation of 5 m/s,

(i) Will the car hits the child? Explain with proof.

(ii) How much time does the car take to stop?

5.  An athlete completes one round of a circular track of diameter 200 m in 40 s. What will be the distance covered & the displacement after 2 minutes 20 s?

6. Derive all three equations of motion for uniform acceleration using graphical method.

Chemistry

1)      Convert the following temperature to Celsius scale.

a) 300 K        b) 573 K       c) 293 K

2)      Convert the following temperature to the Kelvin scale.

a) 25˚ C         b) 373˚ C        c) 273˚ C

3)      How does the water kept in an earthen pot (matka) become cool during summer?

4)      Why does our palm feel cold when we put some acetone or petrol or perfume on it?

5)      Give reasons:

a) Naphthalene balls disappear with time without leaving any solid.

b) We can get the smell of perfume sitting several metres away.

6)  Take an iron nail, a piece of chalk and a rubber band. Try breaking them by hammering, cutting or stretching. In which of the above three substances do you think the particles are held together with greater force.

 

 

 

        BIOLOGY

  1. Draw well labeled diagrams of plant cell and animal cell.
  2. What are the characteristics demonstrated by viruses? Which disease recently occurred as an epidemic in Biratnagar? Name the type of germ that caused the disease.
  3. Write the functions of endoplasmic reticulum.
  4. Which organelle is known as the powerhouse of the cell and why?
  5. Is the cell wall living or dead? Why?

 

 

 

DPS Biratnagar

Vacation Homework – June/2014

Sub:- S.St

Class:-  IX(CBSE)

 

 

 

History and Civics

A. Draw the symbols of French revolution in a A4 size paper and write down a short note on Napoleon   Bonaparte

B. Answer the following question;

  1. Why did the French revolution break out?
  2. Who the members of the axis group
  3. What were the points of treaty of Versailles?
  4. What was the legacy of French revolution?
  5. What were the reasons for the great economic depression?
  6. What was the Nazi ideology?

 

Project work: –                                                                                          Economics

A)    Analyze your village/town with respect to following facilities:-

Educational, Medical, Market, Electricity Supply, Communication, Transportation, Population

 

B)    Identify the type of production activity carried out in your village/town.

C)    Talk to some farmers and find out the following information:

Name of crops, Month sown, Month harvested, Source of irrigation, farming methods, Quality of land, Source of capital for the farmers

 

 

Geography

  1. Explain plate boundaries with diagram.
  2. How was Himalaya formed?
  3. Explain – Himadri, Himachal, Shiwalik & Purvanchal.
  4. Draw the diagrams of “Drainage patterns” and write short notes on each.(P-18)
  5. Draw the diagram of “features made by rivers”. (P-18/3.3)
  6. Name all major rivers flowing in India.

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: IX (CBSE)                           Subject: Computer

 

 

 

 

 

 Complete the assignment I and II from the book for term I in       notebook.

 

Prepare a powerpoint presentation on different generations of computer.

 

Prepare a project report on different mobile internet technology.

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 9                                                                                  Subject: Art

 

  1. Pencil Sketch, Landscape

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Assignments

 

Sub: English

Class: IXA

 

1. Write a very short essay on the exploitation of the children kept for domestic help.

b. Write a review of the book you have read recently and liked most in about 300 words.

c. Write a letter to your friend describing your preparation for SAI in about 200 words.

d. Write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper complaining about the irregular water supply in your locality.

e. Write a formal Condolence message with the help of following clues.

Ram Bahadur: hard working technician at Nepal Airways, humorous——together for 12 years——-miss him very much.

f. Construct a readable story with the help of outlines given below:

A woman………………… two servants…………….worked hard…………..The woman had a cock……..the cock used to crow very early…….the woman used to wake up………….they killed the cock……………..the situation was still worse……………. The woman woke up whenever she liked and made them………………………… moral.

 

Submission date: 3rd of July

 

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: IX (S.L.C)                           Subject: Computer

 

 

 

 

 

Do all the exercises of chapter 1 and 2.

 

Prepare a chart paper report on “ types of computer memory” or “ types of computer”.

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

VACATION HOMEWORK

CLASS: IX (SLC)

Sub:EPH

Project Work (To do on A4 Size paper)

1. Draw the picture of nuclear family and write a paragraph on ‘nuclear family is happy family’.

2.  Draw a neat diagram that shows the causes of Global warming.

Assignment (To do on vacation copy)

1.  ‘People who get health education are aware of the problems of population growth and environmental degradation.’ Justify the statement.

2. ‘Health Education helps to protect from fatal diseases.’ Justify this statement with your argument.

 

 

Date: 18.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

  Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: IX (S.L.C.)      Subject: compulsary Mathematics

 

 

 

United’s SPEEDY MATHS:

 Hukum Pd. Dahal,Akhil Kr. Koirala,Nil Pd Ghimire

Chapter Exercise Page No. Question No.
     AppendixPage(275)   275 5,6,7,8,9,10
  276-77 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15
  282 1,2 
  283 1,2,3,4  
.      
     
     

 

 

Date: 18.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

  Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: IX (S.L.C.)      Subject: Optional Mathematics

 

 

 

United’s SPEEDY MATHS:

 Hukum Pd. Dahal,Akhil Kr. Koirala,Nil Pd Ghimire

Chapter Exercise Page No. Question No.
     Matrices 5.1 55 3,4,7,10,12
5.1 56 13,15
5.2 63 5,6,7,10,11,13 
5.2 64 14,16,18  
Surds 2.1 26 2,4,8,9 
2.2 29 3,4
2.2 30 5(e,f),6(e,f),7(e,f)

 

 

 

Summer Vacation homework

DPS Biratnagar

Class  IX (SLC)

Subject: Science

  1. The diameter of the volleyball is 80 cm. Find the volume of the ball .
  2. The distance between Janakpur and Kathmandu is 400 Km. A bus takes 8 hours to cover this distance . Find the average speed .
  3. A force acting on a body of mass 200g displaces it through 200 in 5 sec. Find the magnitude of the force if the initial velocity of the body is zero .
  4.  Enlist the characteristics of the following :-
  5. Electrovalent Compound
  6. Covalent Compound
  7. Learn notes of lesson 1 and lesson 8

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 9                                                                   Subject: Art

 

  1. Pencil Sketch, Landscape

 

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Homework

Class-X (CBSE)

Subject: English

 

Q.1.Read the chapter ‘The Letter’ and complete

the question and answer of it.

Q.2.Write the summary of chapter 4 to 10 of the

Prescribed novel ‘The story of my life’.

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BIRATNAGAR

SUMMER BREAK HOME WORKS(2014/15)

SUBJECT:- HINDI

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!= k|f]h]S6MzAb kb kba+w

@= ckl7t ub\of+z ^ ;] !) ts

#= ckl7t kb\of+z ^ ;] !) ts

$=kqM5fqj[lQ s] lnP ckg] ljb\ofno s] k|wfgfrfo{ sf] cfj]bg kq lnv]+.

%=nfp8:kLs/ s] cg’lrt k|of]u sf] /f]sg] s] lnP yfgfWoIf sf] cfj]bg kq lnv]+.

 

z’esfdgfcf]+ s] ;fy

gldtf l;+x

lx+bL ljefu

 

lbNnL klAns :s”n lj/f6gu/

lj=;= @)&! ;fnsf] udL{ ljbfsf] u[xsfo{

ljifo M g]kfnL

 

sIff M  !) -C.B.S.E._

 

 

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-s_ g]kfnL ;+:s[lt

-v_ :jfjnDag

-Uf_ d]/f] b]z d]/f] st{Jo

-3_ ljBfyL{ hLjgdf ;dosf] dxTj

-ª_ ljb]z e|d0f

-r_ :jf:Yo g} ;j{>]i7 wg xf]

-5_ lj1fgsf] rdTsf/

-h_ gf/L lzIffsf] dxTj

-em_ ;dfrf/kq

-`_ ljBfyL{ hLjg / k':tsfno

 

@=   æ;f]emf Æ uB /rgfsf] ;f/f+z n]Vg’xf];\ .

#=    5fqj[lQ kfpFm  egL tkfO{sf] ljBfnosf k|wfgfWofksnfO{ Pp6f lgj]bg n]Vg’xf];\ / Pp6f ;’Gb/ vfdsf] gd’gf klg agfpg’xf];\ .

 

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL

SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME-WORK

CLASS X (CBSE)

 

Sub. Science

 

1  )   Draw a well labeled diagram of following;

1)      Human alimentary canal

2)      Excretory system in human beings

3)      Human heart

 

2) Write short notes on

1)Nutrition

2)Respiration

3)Excretion

4) Function of heart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vacation Homework

X CBSE (Social Studies)

 

CIVICS

  1. Prepare 10 question from chapter 1,2,3,4, of democratic politics.
  2. In your lab manual solve the chapters from democratics politics

 

      Economics

  1. Define the term:

a)      Total Income

b)      Average Income

c)      Infant mortality rate

d)     Literacy rate

e)      Net attendance ratio

f)       Gross enrolment ratio

g)      Body Mass Index

h)      Human Development Index

 

  1. Find out the per capita income of SAARC countries as per world development report for last 2 yrs and comment on it.
  2. Write a paragraph on what should India do to become a developed country?
  3. Mention any four sustainability issues concerning the world. Explain each point in detail.

 

      Geography

  1. Draw the flow chart of classification of resources. (P-1/1.2)
  2. Solve chapter 1 of the lab manual.
  3. Make a project showing consumption and conservation of resources in your locality.
  4. Make a project on Vanishing forest.
  5. Make a list of major rivers and dams of India and inter state water disputes.

 

 

 

Holiday Home Work For Class X

Subject: Physics

Question1: a.) The current in a wire ______________.
1. depends only on the potential difference applied
2. depends only on the resistance of the wire
3. depends on both resistance and potential difference
4. does not depend on resistance and potential difference
b.) A positive charge released from rest __________.
1. moves towards the regions of lower potential
2. moves towards the regions of higher potential
3. moves towards the regions of equal potential
4. does not move
Question2: Two electric bulbs have resistances in the ratio 1:2. If they are joined in series, the energy consumed in them are in the ratio _________.
1. 1:2
2. 2:1
3. 4:1
4. 1:1
Question3:
The voltmeter on the left reads 10 V and that on the right reads 8 V. Find a.) The current through the resistor R.  b.) The value of K and c.) The potential difference across the battery.
Question4:When two resistors are joined in series , then the equivalent resistance is 90 ohm. When the same resistors are joined in parallel , the equivalent resistance is 20 ohm. Calculate the resistance of two resistors.

Question 5:                                              

      Find the equivalent resistance at AB.

 

Delhi Public School

                                                                      Holiday Homework

Subject: Chemistry

Class: (X B and C)

 

 

1)      A solution of a substance ‘X’ is used for white washing.

a)      Name the substance ‘X’ and write its formula.

b)      Write the reaction of substance ‘X’ named in (a) above with water.

2)      Write the balanced chemical equation for the following reactions:

a)      Calcium hydroxide + Carbondioxide → Calcium carbonate + water

b)      Zinc + Silver nitrate → Zinc nitrate + Silver

c)       Aluminium + Copper chloride → Aluminium chloride + copper

d)      Barium chloride + Potassium sulphate → Barium sulphate + Potassium chloride.

3)   Write one equation each for decomposition reactions where energy is supplied in the form of

heat, light or electricity.

4)    A shiny brown coloured element ‘X’ on heating in air becomes black in colour. Name the

element ‘X’ and the black coloured compound formed.

5)  Why do we apply paint on iron articles?

6)   Differentiate between the following two terms with the help of equations:

a) Combination and decomposition reactions

b)  Oxidation and reduction reaction reaction.

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: X (CBSE)                           Subject: Computer

 

 

 

 

 

 Complete the assignment I and II from the book for term I in       notebook.

 

Prepare a powerpoint presentation on “Android operating system, details, reviews and its types”.

 

Prepare a project report on “mobile internet technology: history, developments and future”.

 

 

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 10                                                                                Subject: Art

 

  1. Composition, Pencil Shading

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work 2014-15

Class: X (CBSE)                                                                        Subject: Maths

 

  1. Solve the following exercise from the given chapters

Ex:- 1.1 (Q.N. 2,4,5), Ex:- 1.2 (Q.N. 5,6,7), Ex:- 1.3 (Q.N. 1,2,3), Ex:- 1.4 (Any three).

Ex:- 2.2 (Q.N. 1:- IV, V, VI, Q.N. 2:- All), Ex:- 2.3 (Q.N. 3,4,5).

  1. Find the zeros of the quadratic polynomial p(x) = acx2 + (ab-c)x – bc
  2. If α and β are the zeros of the polynomial p(x) = x2 – lx +m, then find the value of                    a. α2 + β2             b.  +
  3. If the polynomial 6x4 + 8x3 + 17x2 + 21x + 7 is divided by another polynomial 3x2 + 4x + 1, then remainder comes out to be (ax + b), find a and b.
  4. Write the polynomial whose zeros are   a. -5 and 4           b. 2+  and 2-.
  5. If 1 is a zero of the polynomial, p(x) = ax2 – 3(a-1)x – 1, then find the value of  a.

 

 

 

Summer Vacation Assignments

 

Sub: English

Class: XA

 1. Write essay on the topics ——‘ Road Transport in Nepal’, ‘Forests of Nepal’, and ‘Growing Use of Computer in Students’  life’  in about 200 words.

b. Write a review of the book you have read recently and liked most in about 300 words.

c. Write a letter to your friend describing your preparation for SLC                                                                                                                                                                           in about 200 words.

d. Write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper complaining about the irregular water supply in your locality.

e. Write a formal Condolence message with the help of following clues.

Ram Bahadur: hard working technician at Nepal Airways, humorous——together for 12 years——-miss him very much.

f. Construct a readable story with the help of outlines given below:

A woman………………… two servants…………….worked hard…………..The woman had a cock……..the cock used to crow very early…….the woman used to wake up………….they killed the cock……………..the situation was still worse……………. The woman woke up whenever she liked and made them………………………… moral.

 

Submission date: 3rd of July

 

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: X (S.L.C)       Subject: Compulsory Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

Do questions related to

Polynomials, function, matrix , trigonometry and statistics

From S.L.C. question paper of the year 2065 to 2069

Practice for F.A-I

 

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-r_ g]kfndf ko{6g Joj;fosf ;Defjgf / r’gf}tLx?

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-h_ ljBfyL{ hLjgdf ;dosf] dxTj

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-`_ gf/L lzIffsf] dxTj

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-s_ ljsf;df dlxnf ;xeflutf

-v_ nfu”kbfy{sf] b’Jo{;g

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Summer Vacation homework

DPS Biratnagar

Class  X (SLC)

Subject: Science

  1. What will be the gravitational force between two bodies if the mass of each is doubled and the distance between them is halved ?
  2. What is free fall ? What happens to the weight of a body when it is falling freely under the action of gravity ?
  3. Prove that P=dgh
  4. Give reason :-
  5. A bucket of water is filled faster in the downstairs tap than in the upstairs tap .
  6. The blood pressure in human body is greater at the feet than at the brain .
  7. What is Hydrometer ? Write about constant immersion hydrometer and constant weight hydrometer ?

 

 

DPS, Biratnagar

VACATION HOMEWORK

CLASS: X (SLC)

Sub:Social Studies

Project Work (To do on A4 Size paper)

1. Draw a full page outline map of Nepal and locate the following items in it:

Ilam, Halesi Temple, Tilicho Lake, Mahakali River, Mt. Api, Makalu Barun National Park

2. Based on your study visit, prepare a report on any historical, religious or geogra[hical site of Nepal using the following subtitles.

Title and Location

Objectives

Methods

Findings

Conclusions and Recommendations

3. Collect the information and result of recent election of CA and write a report.

Assignment (To do on vacation copy)

Give very short answers:

  1. What is meant by infrastructure of development?
  2. What are the two main types of manpower regarding efficiency?
  3. Which two sectors should be given top priority for developing skilled manpower?
  4. What is sustainable manpower provision?
  5. Which of the four categories of jobs has employed more people in poor countries like ours?
  6. What is the full form of CTEVT?
  7. Which two factors helped to reduce Nepal’s absolute poverty from 31% to 25%?
  8. What is foreign employment?
  9. When was the Comprehensive Peace Accord signed?
  10. Who signed CPA? Who mediated it?

 

Date: 15.05.2014

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar.

Summer Vacation Assignment (2014-15)

Class: X (S.L.C)                           Subject: Computer

 

 

 

 

 

Do all the questions except data files

From S.L.C. question paper of the year 2065 to 2069

Practice for F.A-I

 

 

Delhi Public School, Biratnagar

Summer Vacation Home work

Class: 10                                                                 Subject: Art

 

  1. Composition, Pencil Shading

 

 

 

Summer vacation Session 2014-15

Holiday Home Work

Class: XI (CBSE)

Sub : Chemistry

NCERT Exercise of

Ch– Some Basic Concept of Chemistry,

Ch- Atomic Structure

 

 

Holiday Home Work For Class XI

Subject: Physics

NCERT Questions and Answers of Unit – Physical World and Measurement, Unit – Kinematics

 

 

 

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK FOR SUMMER VACATION 2014

SUB : Computer Science (Code : 083)

CLASS : XI

 

Solve the questions given below from the Exercise/Assignment of :

 

Chapter 2 :Working with Operating System

Type A : Very Short Answer Questions

Question No. 15 – 23

 

Type B : Short Answer Questions

Question No. 11 – 16

 

Chapter 3 : Data Representation

Solve the whole exercise

 

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL

SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME-WORK

CLASS X1

SUB;BIOLOGY

1)           Answer these question

1)      Write characteristics of tho Five Kingdoms

2)      Write short notes on

1)      Chlorophyceae

2)      Phaeophyceae

3)      Rhodophyceae

4)      Bryophytes

5)      Pteridophytes

6)      Gymnosperm

7)      Angiosperm

2.)    Write short notes on Taxonomic Categories

 

 

 

 

 

Class- XI Comm & Sc

Subject: Economics

Chapter-1

  1. Which parts of British India became parts of Pakistan after Partition? Why were these parts so important to India from economic point of view?
  2. What was the two fold motive behind the systematic de-industrialization effected by the British in pre-independent India?
  3. The traditional handicraft industries were ruined under the British rule. Do you agree with this view?
  4. When was the Suez Canal opened? How did it affect the economy?
  5. Indicate the volume and direction of trade at the time of Independence.
  6. What was the infant mortality rate during the colonial rule? Why was it so high?
  7. Highlight the salient features of India’s pre independence occupational structure.
  8. How did the construction of railways affect the structure of Indian economy?

Chapter-2

  1. Why was it not possible for India after Independence to adopt Socialism as adopted by Soviet Union?
  2. What is Sectoral composition of an Economy?
  3. What has been the impact of Self reliance on Indian Economy?
  4. Does Modernisation as a planning objective create contradiction in the light of employment generation? Explain
  5. What was the state of agriculture in India on the eve of Independence?
  6. Why, despite the implementation of Green Revolution, 65% of our population continued to be engaged in agriculture sector till 1990?
  7. What planning was done in order to promote Industrial Development?
  8. What structural changes do occupational sectors undergo as an economy develops?
  9. Write short notes on Green Revolution.

 

 

 

Holiday Home Work For Class XII

Subject: Physics

NCERT Questions Answers of Ch – Electric Charges and Fields, Ch – Electrostatic potential and Capacitance, Ch – Current Electricity

 

 

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, BIRATNAGAR

SUMMER VACATION HOMEWORK (2014-15)

CLASS: XII (Sci/Com)                                                                                 SUBJECT: Mathematics

 

Q.1) Discuss the types of relations .Give counter examples.

Q.2) Define equivalence relation.Show that the relation R in the set Z of integers give by

R = {(a,b):2 divides  a-b}

is an equivalence relation.Write distinct equivalence classes.

Q.3) Check whether the relation R in R defined by R = {(a,b):a≤b2} is reflexive , symmetric , or                                                                                        transitive.

Q.4)   Let f:N →N be defined by

for all nєN

State whether the function f is bijective. Justify your answer.

Q.5) Let f: N→R be a function defined as f(x) = 4x2 +12x +15. Show that f: N→S, where S is the range of f.           Find the inverse of f.

Q.6) If * defined on the set {1, 2, 3, 4, 5} by a*b =L.C.M of a and b a binary operation? Justify your                 answer

Q.7) Consider a function f: [o,π/2]→R given by f(x)=Sinx and g:[0,π/2]→R given by g(x)=Cosx, show that f and g are one-one, but f+ g is not one-one.

Q.8) Given a non – empty set X ,consider  the binary operation*:P(X) x P(X)→P(X) given by A*B =A3B for all  A, B in P(X),where P(X) is the power set of X. Show that  X is the identity element for this operation and X is the only  invertible element in P(X) with respect to the operation        .

Q 9) Define binary operation * on a set {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5} as

a*b =

Show that 0 is the identity element for this operation and each element a≠0 if the set is invertible with 6-a being the inverse of a.

Q.10) If Sin (Sin (1/5) +Cosx) =1, then find the value of x.

Q.11) Prove that Cot-1 =  , xє

Q.12) Solve

2Tan-1( Cosx)=Tan-1(2Cosecx)

Q.13) Construct a 3×4  matrix,whose elements are given by aij=(-3i+j)

Q.14) F(x) = , Show that F(x).F(y)=F(x+y).

Q.15) Express the matrix B = as the sum of a symmetric and a skew symmetric matrix

Q.16) Obtain the inverse of the following matrix using elementary operation

A=

Q.17) Find x, if   [x -5 -1]   = 0

Q.18) If x,y,z are different and ∆ = then, show that 1+xyz=0.

Q.19) using property of determinant, show that

Q,20) if A= Verify that A3 -6A2 +9A – 4I=0 and hence find A-1

Q.21) solve system of linear equation using matrix method

2x +3y +3z=5

x-2y +z =-4

3x –y -2z =3

 

 

Summer vacation Session 2014-15

Holiday Home Work

Class: XII (CBSE)

Sub : Chemistry

 NCERT Exercise of

Ch –Solid State,

Ch- Solutions,

Ch – Electro Chemistry

 

 

 

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL

SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME-WORK

CLASS X11

 

SUB   BIOLOGY

 

1)      Draw a well labeled diagramof

1)      Male reproductive system

2)      Female reproductive system

 

2  Write short notes on

a)      Pre-fertilization and Post-fertilization

b)      Asexual and sexual reproduction

c)      Embryogenesis

d)     Structure of microsporangium

e)      Pollination

 

 

 

 

 

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK FOR SUMMER VACATION 2014

SUB : Computer Science (Code : 083)

CLASS : XII

 

Solve the whole Exercise/Assignment of :

 

Chapter 11 : Database Concepts

 

Chapter 13 : Boolean Algebra

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assignment – (May 13, 2014)

CBSE

1

2

3 both

345

DPS Biratnagar

1st WEEKLY TEST – Assignment

Subject : Mathematics

Class : IV(CBSE)

A. Multiple choice question:                       

i. A 5 digit number begins with the ________ place.

a. Hundreds       b. thousands      c. Ten thousand                               d. both (a)&(b)

ii. The place value gives the digit depending on its place in the ______.

a. number           b. place                                c. value                 d. none of these

iii. The face only gives the value of the _______.

a. number           b. digit                  c. none of these                               d. both (a)&(b)

iv. The place value chart begins with _______ period.

a. thousands      b. ones                 c. tens                   d. none of these

B. Find the sum of the place value of 9 in each:                                                                

i. 59,589          ii. 6,09,924

C. Find the difference of the place value of 4 in each:

i. 40,224          ii. 4,64,000

D. Rearrange the followings in Ascending order:                                                              

i. 37,581; 23,041; 15,209; 40,290       ii. 25,695; 55,476; 1,24,101; 60,189

E. Use the following digits to build the greatest and the smallest numbers:

i. 8,7,0,9,2                   ii. 1,4,3,8,5,2

F. Write the place value of the underlined digit:

a. 7285- _____________________________

b. 3542- _____________________________

G. Ring the greatest number:                                                                                                                   

i. 40,196; 14,691; 14961; 40961                     ii. 1,84,346; 84,936; 89,346; 89,436

H. Ring the smallest number:                                                                                                     

i. 29,187; 28,197; 29,187; 28,097                   ii. 19,672; 90,438; 90,251; 19,190

I. Application in real life:                                                                                                     

a. 68 people were expected to have high fever. How many beds should be made ready, rounded to the nearest 100 by the hospital?

b. In your school function 254 visitors were expected to come. How many chairs should you arrange to the nearest 10?

c. There were 2348 fish in a pool. How many will be there if you round it to the closest 100?

 

Class-5 (CBSE)                                                                                                                                                   Sub.S.ST

 

#Define the following terms:-

Transport , Trenches , Communication , Ridge

#Write the meaning of the following :-

Coral Reef , Dormant , Convenient

#Write about the importance of newspaper .

# Write briefly about the Southern Ocean .

# Name them :-

a)The largest coral reef in the world ______________________ .

b) The Ocean near the South Pole __________________________ .

c) The Pioneer of the television ________________________ .

d) Means of mass communication _____________________ .

Class- VII, CBSE

Sub- G.K

 

Fill in the blanks:-         

1. A ______________ eyes has many light sensitive cells, which enable it to see upto 350 times better than us. It can see colours in the dark.

2. Name of animals whose eyes glow in the dark. ____________ & ____________

3. The eyes of ________________ are so huge that they cover its entire head.

4. The mother of ______________ carries her babies in her mouth to protect them from predators.

5. The female _____________________ lays her eggs on the back of the male parent.

6. A few weeks after giving birth to her young, the mother ______________ joins the herd which acts as a crèche.

7. The red and white varieties of these flowers are used in hair care products._________________

8. This cup shaped flower blooms in spring.______________

9. This night blooming flower is also known as rajnigandha in India. ____________________

10. This animal does not have scales on its body. ______________

11. It bloats its body with water and then expels it forcefully to move forward with great speed. ______________

12. It has an umbrella like body. ___________________

13. ___________________ lives in Antarica where the only building material available to them is stones. They pile up the stones to form a nest.

14. ______________________ make their nest out of mud on the ground which are conical in shape.

15. The __________________ weaves the pendulous, bottle shaped nest of straws.

 

Sub:- Maths

Class:- VIII (CBSE)

Time

  1. What number should be added to ⅝ to get -2 ?
  2. If the perimeter of a rectangle is m and its breadth is m ,find its length.
  3. Simplify : +-
  4. The sum of three consecutive numbers is 336.Find the numbers .
  5. The sum of three consecutive multiples of 13 is 390.Find the multiples .
  6. Find ten rational numbers between and            .
  7. Multiply additive inverse of     by the reciprocal of   .
 

Represent       on the number line .

                                                       Class IX

                                                   Subject: Chemistry

  

 

 

Answer these question

 

 

1)      What do you mean by diffusion?

2)      Name three states of matter and differentiate between these three states.

3)      What is diffusion?

4)      Give reasons:

a)      The smell hot sizzling food reaches you several meters away, but to get the smell from cold food you have to go close.

b)      Sponge is known as solid.Why?

 

ASSIGNMENT FOR 25/05/2014

CLASS : XI                                                                                                               Subject: Maths

Q.1 Write the following set in the set builder form .

a) {M,A,T,H,E,I,C,S} b) {A,E,I,O,U} c){1,4,9,…,100} d) {0,3,6,9,…}

Q.2 Write the following sets in the roster form.

a) {x:x is a prime number less than 20} b) {x:x is a two digit natural number such that the sum of its digit is8} c) The set of all the letters in the word ‘TRIGONOMETRY’ d) {x:x is an odd positive integer and x^2<30}

Q.3. Write down all the subsets of the following sets

a) {a,b} b) {2,4,6}

Q.4 If u ={1,2,3,4,…10} ,A={x:x is a natural number and 1<x<6} and B = {x :x is a natural number satisfying 6<x<10},Find a) (AUB)’ b) (AΩB)’ c)A-B d) (A-B)’. draw appropriate venn diagram for each of the above sets

Q.5 In a group of 60 persons ,each takes at least one of coffee or tea . if 20 of them take tea but not coffee and 35 takes tea , find the number of persons who take

a) both tea and coffee b) coffee but not tea

Q.6 If (3x,x+y) =(6,3), Find x,y

Q.7 If A={1,2}, B={3,4}, C={5} Verify that AX(BUC) = (AXB)U(AXC)

Q.8 find the domain and range of the following relation R={(x,y): x€ N , y€N and x+y = 10}

Q.9 which of the following relations defined on A={1,2,3} are functions ? give reasons

o   a.){(1,2),(3,2)} b) {(1,2), (1,3) , (2,3), (3,2) } c){ (1,3),(2,1), (3,2)

Q.10 find the domain of the function f(x) = (X2 +3X+5)/(X2-5X +4)

Q.11 Find the range of the function f(x)=x2+5

Q.12 find the domain and range of the function f(x) =(16-x2)1/2

 

CLASS :XII                                                                      Subject: Biology

 

  1. Describe the post and pre fertilization changes in a flower .
  2. Differentiate between cross pollination and self pollination with examples.
  3. What is Apomixis and what is its importance?
  4. Explain why meiosis and gametogenesis are always interlinked?
  5. Differentiate between the following:-
    1. Hypocotyl and Epicotyl
    2. Integument and Testa
    3. Microsporogenesis and Megasporogenesis

     Subject:- Economics                                                                                                 Class:- XII

 

  1. What happens to the budget line if both prices as well as income of consumer double?
  2. Define utility in economic sense.
  3. State two conditions for consumer’s equilibrium in indifference curve approach.
  4. What is production?
  5. What are the assumptions of ordinal utility analysis? List them
  6. How does price line shifts if prices of both goods changes?
  7. What is an indifference curve?
  8. What is demand function?
  9. .How does consumer attains equilibrium in indifference curve analysis? Illustrate
  10. Complete the following table, draw figure and answer the questions given below
Bundles X-goods Y-goods MRSxy
A 1 23  
B - -  
C 3 -  
D - 8  
E - -  
F 6 3  
G - 2  

 

a)      What does different bundles A,B,C,D,E,F,G indicates?

b)      Is there any change in consumption of goods on different bundles? List the change of both goods

c)       What does MRSxy shows?

11. Give two examples of microeconomic studies.

12. State the ‘law of demand’. State any two conditions where the law does not operate.

13. Distinguish between normal goods and inferior goods with examples.

14. Distinguish between substitute goods and complementary goods with examples.

15 Explain the term ‘shift in demand’ and represent the same in suitable diagram. Also state the three

factors responsible for ‘shift in demand’.

16. What is macroeconomics?

17. Give two examples of macroeconomic studies.

18. Explain the demand by an individual and market demand with the help of a schedule.

19.A consumer wants to consume two goods. The prices of the goods are 4 and

5. The consumer’s income is 20.

(a) Write down equation of budget line.

(b) What is the slope of budget line?

(c) How much Good 1 can the consumer consume if he spends the entire income   on that good?

(d) How does the budget line change if the consumer income increases to 40,

But prices remain unchanged?

20. How is total utility derived from marginal utility?

 

 

21. Complete the following table and draw the diagram

Units 1 2 3 4 5 6
TU 10 - - 25 - 26
MU - 8 5 - 1 -

 

22. Price of a good rises from Rs. 10 per unit to Rs. 11 per unit. As a result quantity

demanded of that good falls by 10 percent. Calculate its price elasticity of demand.

 

 

SLC Section (May 13, 2014)

CLASS: 1(SLC)                                                                   SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

NAME: _______________________                                         DATE: __________       

A) Write numbers from 1 to 40.

 

B) Write the number names.

1) 45: ____________________.

2) 56: _______________________.

3) 44: _______________________.

4) 65: _______________________.

5) 37: _______________________.

C) Write the largest number.

1)  12   14     11   9: _______.

2)  23     19     15   25: _______.

3)  35     27     24   14: _______.

 

D) Match the following numbers.

1)  35                                            12

2)  44                                            25

3)  12                                            35

4)  25                                            56

5)  56                                            44

 

E) Write the missing numbers.

1)  1 ____ ____ ____ 5 ____ ____ 8 ____ 10.

2)  11 ____ ____ ____ 15 ____ ____ 18 ____ 20.

Subject : Mathematics

Class : IV(SLC)

A. Match the following:       

a) ix                                        21                                                                                                                                                           b) x                                        11                                                                                                                                                           c) vi                                     10                                                                                                                                                                d) xi                                     9                                                                                                                                                                e) xxi                                     6

B. Find the sum of the place value of 9 in each:                                                                

i. 59,589          ii. 6,09,924

C. Find the difference of the place value of 4 in each:

i. 40,224          ii. 4,64,000

D. Rearrange the followings in Ascending order:                                                              

i. 37,581; 23,041; 15,209; 40,290       ii. 25,695; 55,476; 1,24,101; 60,189

E. Use the following digits to build the greatest and the smallest numbers:

i. 8,7,0,9,2                   ii. 1,4,3,8,5,2

F. Write the place value of the underlined digit:

a. 7285- _____________________________

b. 3542- _____________________________

G. Ring the greatest number:                                                                                                                   

i. 40,196; 14,691; 14961; 40961                     ii. 1,84,346; 84,936; 89,346; 89,436

H. Ring the smallest number:                                                                                                     

i. 29,187; 28,197; 29,187; 28,097                   ii. 19,672; 90,438; 90,251; 19,190

I. Application in real life:                                                                                                     

a. 68 people were expected to have high fever. How many beds should be made ready, rounded to the nearest 100 by the hospital?

b. In your school function 254 visitors were expected to come. How many chairs should you arrange to the nearest 10?

c. There were 2348 fish in a pool. How many will be there if you round it to the closest 100?

 

 

Class :- V(SLC)                                                                                     Subject :- SST

  1. Tick the best Answers.

i.            The seller of writing materials is called a _________________

a) Writer                   b) Farmer              c) Stationer

ii.            The shop where flour, sugar, etc, are sold is a ___________________

a) Bakery         b) Butchery          c) Grocery

iii.            A general physicians function is to _________________ sick people.

a) treat             b) lure                   c) train

iv.            __________________ is a blacksmith.

a) Saleem                  b) Ramnarayan              c) Asharfi

v.            In this letter Jyoti writes about the _________________ of her neighbours.

a) Occupations                    b) Likes and dislikes      c) Interests

 

  1. Name ten occupations.

 

  1. Write a letter to a friend describing any three occupations and which one you would like to take up when you grow up. Mention why you have selected that particular occupation.

 

  1. Match the following people and the work they do:

a)     Baker :                i) Looks after sick people

b)    Butcher:              ii) makes cakes, biscuits and bread

c)     nurse:                  iii) provides meats

d)    teacher:               iv) flies a plane

e)     Pilot:                             v) educates children or even adults.

 

  1. Write down any five occupations you know and also mention a one line description of each.

 

 

Assignments   2014-15

CBSE Section

Assignment for 1st weekly test

Class-1(CBSE)

Subject-English

Q.No.1. Write these words in alphabetical order.

a)     lamp                     table                     chair                     sofa

_________          _________          _________          ___________

b)      car                        van                       bus                       train

_________          _________          _________          ___________

 

Q.No.2. Answer these questions. Write Yes, I can or No, I cannot.

a)      Can you fly a kite?

________________________________________________

b)      Can you chase mice?

________________________________________________

Q.No.3. Write the name of any one animal who can

a)      swim_____________   b)      fly     ______________

Q.No.4. What do you do everyday? Look at the picture and complete these sentences.

I brush my ______________

and take a _______________  everyday.

I eat _______________                         

and go to ______________.

In the evening I play in the _________________ .

 

Q.No.5. Look at these pictures and write their names.

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Subject : Mathematics

Class : III(CBSE)

Name: _____________________________________________ Date: __________ Section: __________

A. Multiple choice question:                       

i. The greatest 3 digit number is _______

a. 990                    b. 999                    c. 9999                  d. both (a)&(b)

ii. One thousand fifteen is________

a.1050                   b. 1115                  c. 1015                  d. none of these

iii. 1000+100+10+1 is equal to

a. 1122                  b. 1140                  c. 1101                  d. 1111

iv. The smallest 4 digit number is_______

a. 1000                  b. 10000               c. 100                     d. none of these

B. Write in words:

a. 1000- _______________________________________________________________________

b. 3896- _______________________________________________________________________

c. 6112- _______________________________________________________________________

C. Write in numerals:

a. Seven thousand nine hundred thirteen- __________________

b. Nine thousand nine- ____________

c. Nine hundred ninety nine – ______________

D. Write in expanded form:

a. 2341-

b. 3076-

E. Write in short form:

a. 4000+200+30+5= __________                   b. 5000+800+20+7= __________

F. Write the place value of the underlined digit:

a. 7285- _____________________________

b. 3542- _____________________________

G. Put <,> or =:

a. 976 _____ 977        b. 1119 _____1856     c. 96 – 6 ______ 90    d. 1000+400 ______ 1400

H. Write in ascending order:

a. 567, 589, 543, 599-

b. 2397, 2355, 3687,3618-

I. Write in descending order:

a. 9327, 9489, 9111, 9046-

b. 7000, 5000, 8000, 6000-

 

 

Class-II (SLC/CBSE)                                                Subject: Maths    

  1. Write the number names of the following:                                                                                               

 

  1. 545 -
  2. 659 -
  3. 369 – _________________________________________________

 

  1. Read the numbers and write it as a number:                                                                             

 

  1. Eight hundred and Thirty five               –          _____________
  2. Two hundred and Fifty one                    –          _____________
  3. One hundred and Nine               –           _____________
  4. Four hundred and Twenty                     –           _____________
  5. Write in ascending order:                                                                                                                

 

  1. 405, 404, 906, 205, 809
  2. 100, 474, 571, 169, 420

 

  1. Write in descending order:                                                                                                 
  2. 298, 232, 224, 260, 226

 

  1. 311, 511, 611, 411, 911

 

  1. Give the signs: (<,>, =)                                                                                                                     

 

  1. 718     __________    718
  2. 388     __________    653
  3. 404      __________    404
  4. 756      __________    566

 

  1. Give the place value of the underlined numbers:-                                                                              

 

  1. 5 7 4   ___________________
  2. 3 4  3 ___________________
  3. 2 5 7 ____________________
  4. 8 7 4 _________________

 

  1. Write in the expanded form:-         
    1. 467 – ________________________________________
    2. 787 – ________________________________________
    3. 298 – ________________________________________
    4. 562 – _________________________________________

Class-4 (CBSE)

Sub-S.ST

1.Write the meaning of :- i)Ancestor   ii)Services iii)Shelter

2.Write ‘T’ for true & ‘F’ for false statements:-

a.The Indo-Aryans came from Central Asia.

b.Cows were very important   to the Indo-Aryans.

c.Magadh was the most powerful of all kingdom.

3.Write the capitals of the following states:-

Maharastra, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan,West Bengal, Assam, Goa, Andra Pradesh

4.What do you know about the Indus Valley Civilisation?

5.Name the neighbouring countries of India.

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Class :- VI(CBSE)                                                                                         Subject :- Science

 

Answer these question.

  1. Define the following

(a)     Carnivores           (b)     Omnivores  (c)      Herbivores.

 

  1. What are the food material and write their sources.
  2. Table 1 Ingredients used to prepare food items and their sources.
Food Item Ingredients Sources
Idli    
   
   
   
Chicken curry    
   
   
   
Kheer    
   
   

Table 2: Plant parts as food

Food Item with plant as the major source Ingredients/Source Plant part which gives us the ingredient
1. Brinjal curry    
   
   
     
3    

.

Table 3: Animals and their food

Name of the animal Food the animal eats
Buffalo Grass, oilcake, hay, grains
Cat Small animals, birds, milk
Rat  
Lion  
Tiger  
Spider  
House lizard  
Cow  
Human beings  
Butterfly  
Crow  
Others  

 

 

Sub:- Maths

Class:- VII (CBSE)

Time 1 Hrs                                                                                                                                       F.M=20

 

  1. Verify: a – ( -b ) = ( a + b )

i. a = 22   , b = 18                                                                              ii. a = 50   , b = 75

  1. Use the sign of > , < , or = in the blank:                                             i. ( -7 ) + ( -3 ) _____ ( – 7 ) – ( – 3 )                                                      ii. 3 + ( -44 ) – 50   _____   75 + ( -82 ) – ( – 9 )
  2. Fill in the blanks:                                                                                     i. ( -7 ) + ( – 5 ) = ______ + ( -7 )                                                                 ii. 12 + ( ____ ) = 0                                                                               iii. ( -9 ) + ___ =     0                                                                              iv. ( -10 ) + ( 4 + 5 ) = ( ___ + 4 ) + 5
  3. Write down a pair of integers whose                                                      i. sum is -5                                                                                              ii. difference is -10
  4. Add : ( -15 ) + ( -25 ) + ( 20 ) + ( -10 ) + 30.
  5. Find the product of ( -2 ) x ( -4 ) x ( -9 ) x (-3 ) x ( -1 ).
  6. Verify : 15 x { ( -5 ) + ( -8 ) } = 15 x ( -5 ) + 15 x ( -8 ).
 

A boy has Rs1000 in his bank account . He deposits Rs400 everyday for 10 days and then withdraws Rs300 for 10 days .What amount will be left in his bank account ? Use distributive property to solve it.

 

Class: VIII (CBSE)

Subject: English

Date: 18 – 05 – 014

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Answer the following questions

  1. What do you think old Mathew is trying to do?
  2. Write any two proverbs mentioned in the chapter.
  3. What experience did Jack had from the experiment “You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drink”.
  4. Jack found a shining ring in the mud. He thought it was to be gold, but it turned out to be brass. What do you mean by this?
  5. Why did the court jester hand over the money to Mathew?
  6. What did Jack mean by climb every unclimbable ladder?
  7. What does the poet observes when she watches the doves daily?
  8. Describe in your own words how the poet convinced the doves to eat from her window ledge.

Subject : English

Class : IX(CBSE)

 Sketch the character of the Grandmother.

  1. What made Triveni a popular writer?
  2. Sketch the character of the king of the island of Lilliput.
  3. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper telling him about the hazardous effects of fast food. You are Madhav/ Madhavi of House No. 16, Model Town, New Delhi.

 

Maths- X CBSE

Date: 2014/05/07

 

  1. Show that one and only one out of n, n+2, n+4 is divisible by 3, where n is any positive integer.
  2. Using Euclid’s Division Lemma, show that the cube of any positive integer is of the form 9q or (9q+8) for some integer q.
  3. Show that any number of the form 4n, nєN can never end with the digit 0.
  4. Find the largest number that divides 248 and 1032 leaving remainder 8 in each case.
  5. Two tanks contain 504 and 735 liter of milk respectively. Find the maximum capacity of a container that can measure the milk of either tank in exact number of times.
  6. Show that √7 is an irrational number.
  7. The decimal expansion of rational number , will terminate after how many places of decimals.
  8. Show that (5+3√2) is irrational.
  9. Explain why 7 x11x13+13 and 7x6x5x4x3x2x1+5 are composite numbers.

10. Without actual performing the long division state whether the

following is terminating or non-termination repeating.

a.     b.

Subject : English

Class : XI(CBSE)

 

  1. You have recently witnessed a road accident caused mainly by the encroachment of streets by vendors. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper expressing your view about the situation and its remedies.
  2. Write a brief note on Mourad.
  3. Write a brief note on Uncle Khosrove.
  4. Write a brief note on the Garoghlanian family.

ASSIGNMENT OF CLASS XII     DATE : 18/05/14

SUBJECT : PHYSICS

_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Q.1. The electrostatic force of repulsion between two positively charged ions carrying equal charges is 3.7 × 10 -9 N, when they are separated by a distance of 5 Å . How many electrons are missing from each ion ?

Q.2. An electron moves a distance 6 cm, when accelerated from rest by an electric field of strength 2 × 10 -4 N/C. Calculate the time of travel. The mass and charge of electron are 9× 10 -31 Kg and 1.6 × 10 -19 C respectively.

Q.3. What do you mean by electric dipole ? Derive its equation .

Q.4. Derive the equation of torque in an uniform electric field .

Q.5. An electric dipole , when held at 30⁰ with respect to an uniform electric field of 10 4 N/C experiences a torque of 9 × 10 -26 Nm. Calculate the dipole moment of the dipole.

Q.6. What is electric flux ? State and prove Gauss’s theorem .

Q.7. What is equipotential surface ? Find the potential difference in an equipotential surface .

Q.8. What do you mean by capasitor ? What is the relation of capacitance with charge ?

An isolated surface has a capacitance of 50 μF . How much charge should be placed on it to raise its potential to 10 4 Volt.

 

                                                              SLC Section 2014-15

 

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Class : III(SLC)

Name: _____________________________________________ Date: __________ Section: __________

A. Multiple choice question:                       

i. The greatest 3 digit number is _______

a. 990                    b. 999                    c. 9999                  d. both (a)&(b)

ii. One thousand fifteen is________

a.1050                   b. 1115                  c. 1015                  d. none of these

iii. 1000+100+10+1 is equal to

a. 1122                  b. 1140                  c. 1101                  d. 1111

iv. The smallest 4 digit number is_______

a. 1000                  b. 10000               c. 100                     d. none of these

B. Write in words:

a. 1000- _______________________________________________________________________

b. 3896- _______________________________________________________________________

c. 6112- _______________________________________________________________________

C. Write in numerals:

a. Seven thousand nine hundred thirteen- __________________

b. Nine thousand nine- ____________

c. Nine hundred ninety nine – ______________

D. Write in expanded form:

a. 2341- _______________________________________________________________________

b. 3076- _______________________________________________________________________

E. Write in short form:

a. 4000+200+30+5= __________                   b. 5000+800+20+7= __________

F. Write the place value of the underlined digit:

a. 7285- _____________________________

b. 3542- _____________________________

G. Put <,> or =:

a. 976 _____ 977        b. 1119 _____1856     c. 96 – 6 ______ 90    d. 1000+400 ______ 1400

H. Write in ascending order:

a. 567, 589, 543, 599- __________________________________________________________

b. 2397, 2355, 3687,3618- _______________________________________________________

I. Write in descending order:

a. 9327, 9489, 9111, 9046- _______________________________________________________

b. 7000, 5000, 8000, 6000- ________________________________________________________

 

Class :- IV(SLC)                                                                                 Subject :- SST

  1. Tick the best answer and copy into your exercise book:

a)     Judshital is celebrated in ____________

i) the Himalayan Region                   ii) the Kathmandu Valley

iii) Mithilanchal

b)    Judshital takes place in the month of ____________

i) Bhadau            ii) Fagun              iii) Baisakh

c)     The wells were to be ____________

i) dug                   ii) repaired           iii) filled with sand

d)    The creative work was done by the ____________

i) people of the tole       ii) hired labourers          iii) government

e)     There was no ____________ participation in the creative work.

i) child                 ii) woman             iii) man

  1. Write the names of the public property in your village or ward of the municipality.
  1. How do you address the old men and old women of your neighbourhood? Give some examples in writing.
  1. Have you had a problem like a quarrel or argument with any of your neighbour? If so, state the reason.
  1. Are there any children from your neighbourhood in the class? Name them.

CLASS VI SLC

 

  1. Draw a diagram showing the life cycle of a butterfly.
  2. List the characteristics of living things and describe any two of them.
  3. What are unicellular and multicellular organisms? Give examples.

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Assignments   

CBSE Section

Assignment for 9th Feb 2014

Sub:- Computer

Class:-  VI(CBSE)

Time : 1                                                                                                                                              F.M:-30

1)      Answer the following questions.

  1. What BASIC statement clears the output screen?
  2. Write the statement used to write comments in a BASAIC program?
  3. What BASIC statement is used to display output data?
  4. What are conditional statements? Explain with examples.
  5. Give the hierarchy of arithmetic operators.
  6. Write the difference between LET and INPUT statement in QBASIC.

2)      Write the codes for following programs.

i)        WAP to convert 150Km into meter and display the length in meter.

ii)      WAP to ask two numbers from user and print its sum.

iii)    WAP to calculate area of a rectangle.

ASSIGNMENT FOR 9th Feb 2014

Subject: ENGLISH                                                                                                                           CLASS: VIII CBSE

1. What does the cloud bring for the flowers and from where?

2. When does  the cloud bring the leaves shade?

3. Make a list of all that a cloud does.

4. Hubert’s work was in a town ________________ .

5. Why was Hubert travelling through the vale of Blackmore at night?

6. What danger befell  him?

7. Where did the thieves choose to hide in the mansion and why?

8. What did sir Simon offer to Hubert after the thieves were caught . What did he really do and why?

Subject-Biology                                                           Class-IX CBSE

 

  1. What are the different levels of causes of the diseases?
  2. How would a person develop those diseases that do not spread by contact with a sick person?
  3. What do you know about the peptic ulcer?
  4. Draw the figures of various infectious agents?
  5. Mention various ways to prevent infectious diseases.

SUBJECT : Chemistry

CLASS-I X (CBSE)

1.        Calculate the No. of e,p and n in the following.

(a)       (b)       (c)     (d)

2.        Write the electronic configuration of the following.

(a) Na    (b) Mg    (c) N   (d) Ca

3.        Define the following term with example.

(a)  Isotopes    (b) Isobar

4.        An element have 11  proton and 12  neutron , calculate their Atomic mass

and also write their symbol.

5.        Define  the  following term

(a) Atom    (b) Valency.

Sub:-  Mathematics

Class:-  XI

Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M=40

 

 

1.         A line is perpendicular to the line segment joining the points (1, 0) and (2, 3) dividing it in the ratio 1: n. Find the equation of the line.

2.         Find the distance between the parallel lines

l(x + y) + p = 0 and l(x + y) – r = 0

3.         The perpendicular from the origin to the line y = mx + c meets it at the point (-1, 2). Find the value of m and c.

4.         Find the distance of the line 4x – y = 0 from the point P (4, 1) measured along the line making an angle of 135° with the positive    x-axis.

5.         A line is such that its segment between the lines 5x – y + 4 = 0 and    3x + 4y – 4 = 0 is bisected at the point (1, 5). Obtain its equation.

6.         Find the equation of the circle which passes through the point (2,-2) and (3, 4) and whose center lies on the line x + y = 2.

7.         Find the coordinates of the foci, the vertices, the length of major and minor axes, the latus rectum and the eccentricity of the ellipse         4x2 + 9y2 = 36.

8.         Find the equation of the ellipse satisfying the conditions, the length of major axis 26, foci.

9.         Find the coordinates of the foci, vertices, eccentricity, length of latus rectum, length of transverse and conjugate axes of the hyperbola.

4x2 – 9y2 = 36

10.       Find the equation of the hyperbola satisfying the conditions, foci and the latus rectum of length 12.

SLC Section

Sub:-  Computer

Class:-  VI (SLC)

Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M=40

 

 

 

 

 

1)      Answer the following questions.

  1. What is HTML?
  2. Write the statement used to write comments in a BASAIC program?
  3. What is Hyperlink?
  4. Write the difference between LET and INPUT statement in QBASIC.
  5. What is HTML tag? List its type.

 

2)      Write the codes for following programs.

i)        WAP to convert 150Km into meter and display the length in meter.

ii)      WAP to ask two numbers from user and print its sum.

iii)    WAP to calculate area of a rectangle.

 

3)      Write the functions & attribute of following HTML tags.

i)        <a>……</a>                ii) <img>         iii) <font> ……</font>            iv) <body> ……</body>

 

Class: IX (SLC)

 

  1. If, write down the ratio of cos and tan.
    1. Find the trigonometric ratio of SinX, CosY and TanZ from the adjoining figure
  1. If TanA – Cot A = 1, prove that TanA= ± 1
  2. Prove that:
    1. In the given figure, ABCD is a rectangle and ADE is a right angled triangle. If <ACB=450 and <EAD=300, find the length of EC.
  1. The table given below shows the monthly earnings of a family from different sources. Represent the data in a pie chart.
Sources House Rent Business Agriculture Salary Others
Income(Rs.)

1500

1700

1200

2500

300

7        If the mean of the data given below be 17, find the value of m and n.

x

5

10

15

20

25

30

Total

F

2

m

10

n

4

2

30

  1. Compute the third quartile from the following data.
Wages in Rs.

50

60

70

80

90

100

No of workers

6

10

15

13

8

3

  1. Three unbiased coins are tossed simultaneously. Write down the sample space and find the probability of getting

i) all heads        (ii) at most two heads         (iii) no head        (iv) at most one tail.

10.    When a card is drawn from a well shuffled pack of 52 cards, find the probability of getting the card a club or a jack.

February 02,  2014

Sub:-  English

Class:-  II (CBSE)

 

  1. 1.      Answer the following:-
    1. What did Poppy and Tinku give to the ducks?
    2. Why do the elephants love this tree?
  1. Name four animals which live in the banyan tree.
  2. 2.        Who said these words?3.      Complete the poem:-
    1. Don’t stand too close to the swings, Poppy. ___________________
    2. The see-saw will not work. _____________________
    3. Let’s play with the ball now. ____________________

I wrote a book _________________________________

I wrote it in a minute.

You don’t need a second

To read ____________________________________

It doesn’t have a single word.

It has no illustrations.

My teacher _________________________________

Which caused numerous frustrations.

The kids sure like the book I wrote.

They say ________________________________

The title of my blank-paged book

Is _______________________________________________.

  1. 4.      Choose the correct preposition from the box below:-
  1. The boat went ________________ the bridge.
  2. The boy jumped ____________ the bench.
  3. The ant went __________________ the pipe.
  4. The ball is ________________ the bed.
  5. Birds are flying ___________ in the sky.
  6. Ma’am kept the book ___________ the cupboard.
  7. Ram is standing ______________ Ben.
  8. The lamp is kept _____________ the table.
  9. The pigeon flew ___________ the house.
  10. Meg fell _______________ from the chair.

Sub – computer                                                                                 Class: 4(CBSE)

 

1. Answer the following question :-

a. How can you selecta paragraph by using amouse ?

b. Write the steps to delete a word ?

c. Why is highlighting of text preferred ?

d. What do you mean by character formatting ?

e. Differentiate between copying and moving text ?

2. Write one word for the following :-

a. Making changes in a text without deleting it .                       __________

b. Command used ti reverse the undo command .                    ___________

c. Keyboard shortcut to reverse the undo action.                      ___________

d. It means slanted text .                                                            ___________

e. It is the way of placing  text between the margins of a page.___________

Sub:- Social Studies

Class:- V CBSE

                                                                                                                                                           

 

  1. I.                 Answer the following :-
  2. What led to the battle of Plassey?
  3. What is the advantage of water ways ?
  4. Explain the Doctrine of Lapse?
  5. Name two prominent leaders of the Revolt of 1857.
  6. What are tramps ?
  1. II.                                   Write the meaning of following words:-

1.Sepoy

2. Mutiny

3. Expressways

4.Peril

5.Cartridge

Subject : English

Class : VI (CBSE)

1.   Choose and write the correct option.   

                                i)            “Glory, glory the day of our deliverance!” It was a day of deliverance for the human as :-

a)      The An-vils were finally flying back to where that had come from.

b)     They had captured the An-vils.

c)      They had destroyed all the An-vils.

                              ii)            “Didn’t the frightened Earthlings fight back, Papa?”- The word earthlings refers to the :-

a)      Beings that looked like humans.

b)     People who lived on planet Earth.

c)      Aliens that landed on planet Earth.

                            iii)            The poet wants to be like the gardener because the gardener :-

a)      Walks through park and garden.

b)     Soils his clothes and yet no one punishes or questions him.

c)      Both the above.

                            iv)            The ‘leaping wealth of the tide’ refers to the :-

a)      High waves of the sea.

b)     Boats and ships.

c)      Fish in the sea.

2.    Answer the following questions.

i)                    What kind of a life do you think the poet leads? Is he happy?

ii)                  Why does the poet want to be a hawker?

iii)                Why do you think the An-vils flew back even though they had made humans their slaves?

iv)                Briefly describe the place to which the fishermen in the poem belong.

3.   Fill in the blanks using the simple present tense and present continuous tense.

                                i)            They are __________ mangoes.

                              ii)            He ________ to market.

                            iii)            She is ____________ a song.

                            iv)            You __________a pen.

                              v)            How __________ you?

Sub:- Maths

Class:- VII CBSE


  1. Examine the following sets of numbers for Pythagorean triplets .
    1. 8, 15, 16      b. 7, 8, 9
  1. The acute angle of a right angled triangle are in the ratio of 2:3 . Find the angle of the triangle.
  1. Calculate the  value of  x.

a.                                                         b.

 

 

  1. The three angles of a triangle are in the ratio 1:2:3. Find all the angles of the triangle.
  1. A girl goes 3 Km North and then 4 Km East. Find how far away is she from her starting point.
  1. One of the exterior angles of a triangle is 1000. The interior opposite angles are equal to each other . Find the measure of these equal interior opposite angles.
  1. Find the measure of the angles of a triangle if one is three times the smaller and another is three times the smallest.
  1. Which of the following letters have rotational symmetry,       B , F , H, O ,P , S , W, X, Z.
  1. Write 3 letters of English alphabet each having , a. One line symmetry. b. Two line symmetry.

10. Draw an angle 750 and bisect it.

Sub:- Social Studies

Class:- IX (CBSE)

                                                                                                                                                           

                                                       

(History)

a)     Who is the formal head of the country?

b)     Who are the cabinet members and the council ministers?

c)     Who elects the judge of Supreme Court?

d)     When was the commission set up?

e)     What was another name given to the commission?

(Geography)

a)     Define ecosystem.

b)     What are the major vegetation?

c)     Define flora and fauna?

d)     Describe the vegetation of high altitude?

e)     Why India has rich heritage in flora and fauna

(Economics)

What are the dimensions of food security?

a)     How is food security affected during a calamity?

b)     Name 3 most affected groups due to food insecurity.

c)      Name the states were largest number of food insecure are found.

d)     Expalin two types of hunger in points.

e)     What is Buffer stock? Why does government create buffer stock?

Assignment for 2nd Feb 2014

Class X(CBSE)                                                                                                Subject: English

 

 

  1. Answer the following questions in about 30-40 words.
    1. What does Calpurnia try to convince Caesar of?
    2. What are the arguments put forward by Decius Brutus to convince Caesar to go to the Capitol?
    3. How does Brutus justify the assassination of Caesar?
    4. Comment on Caesar’s friendship with Antony.
    5. What is the dramatic importance of supernatural elements in the play?
  1. Answer the following questions in about 70-80 words.
    1. How did Helen’s story ‘The Frost King’ come as a dark cloud in her bright sky?
    2. What was Helen’s view about Dr. Alexander Graham Bell.

Sub:-Statistics & Indian Economic Development

               Class:-XI

  1. What do you mean by textual and tabular presentation of data?
  2. Discuss the various types of statistical series.
  3. What are the parts of table? Present the parts of table from your book “Indian Economic Development”.
  4. What do you mean by measures of central tendency?
  5. Define Arithmetic mean, median, mode.
  6. What are the merits and demerits of arithmetic mean?
  7. Discuss relationship among mean, median, mode.
  8. Which average is the best average among mean, median and mode?
  9. What do you understand about absolute and relative measures of dispersion?
  10. Discuss application of Lorenz Curve.
  11. Discuss Linear and non linear, positive and negative correlation.
  12. What do you mean by scattered diagram? What are the merits and demerits of it?
  13. What do you understand by index number? What are the difficulties in construction of index number?
  1. Construct ogive curve from the following data
Marks 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80
No of students 2 8 5 9 7 6 3 4
  1. Calculate mean deviation about mode from the following data.
Class 0-20 0-40 0-60 0-80 0-100
Frequency 5 15 40 60 70
  1. Calculate standard deviation from the following data.
Income in (‘000) 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35 35-40 40-45
Frequency 6 8 12 18 13 15 17 19

Indian Economic Development

Rural Development

  1. What are the initiatives taken by government for development in Rural India?
  2. Critically evaluate the role of rural banking system in the process of rural development in India.
  3. Bring out the importance animal husbandry, fisheries and horticulture as a source of diversification.

Employment: Growth, Informalisation and other Issues

  1. Why is it necessary to generate employment in formal sector rather than in informal sector?
  2. Analyze the recent trends in sectoral distribution of workforce in India?
  3. What is the role played by government in employment generation?

                                                          SLC  SECTION

February 02, 2014

Sub:- Computer

Class :- IV (SLC)

  1. Answer the following question :-
  1. What kind of program is word pad ?
  2. How do you select a single word ?
  3. What do you mean by editing of adocument ?
  4. What is windows accessories ?
  5. What is window media player ?
  1. Fill in the blanks :-
  1. Micrsoft windows xp has many __________ that helps us in performing various tasks .
  2. Using ____________ program you can record and play your sound .
  3. To clear a calculation completely you have to press __________ key on the keyboard .
  4. __________ window is the working area of wordpad .
  5. To bold the selected text you will click on___________ button .

Class: V (SLC)                                                                        Subject: Social Studies           

 1. Answer these questions:

  1. What do paintings and cookware tell us?
  2. What are the sources of history? List them.
  3. How was the settlement made in the Kathmandu valley?
  4. Describe the Kirant rule in the valley.
  5. Why was Siddhartha Gautam called Gautam Buddha?

2. Match the following:

Sources of history

Way to preserve

  1. Stone inscription
  2. Old document
  3. Cookware
  4. Old coins
  5. Paintings and pictures
  6. Not to spend
  7. Keep in museum
  8. Keep in a safe place
  9. Not to make any erasures
  10. Keep in a file
 

Sub:-English

Class:-VI (SLC)

Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M:-20

1. Answer the following;

  1. i.                    What is the dragon made of during the lantern festival?
  2. ii.                  Why are the lanterns red?
  3. iii.                When do the Chinese months begin?
  4. iv.                Why are children given money in red envelops on New Year’s Day in China?
  5. v.                  On which day do the Chinese eat with their friends and relatives?
  6. vi.                Why are the lanterns red?
  7. vii.              What is the dragon made of during the lantern festival?

 

2. Write a letter to your father asking him to send you some money to buy some books.

3. Write a letter to your friend describing him about your hostel life.

4. Write a letter to the principal of your school requesting him for one week leave.

5. Give the past and the past participle form of the following verbs:

give, take, learn, go, sing, run, come, do, begin, swim, spend, build, arrive, forget,

 put, cut, catch, fall, feel, laugh

 

 

Subject: Maths                                                                                  Class: VII (SLC)

 

1. Check the following ratios if they are equal

i. 16m:81m  and 4m:9m

ii. 15:27 and 32:40

2. Find the ratio of the followings:-

i. 10m to 158cm

ii. 63days to 3 months

iii. 3kg to 1200grams

3. The ratio of the length and breadth of a photo frame is 5:3. Find the length of the photo frame if the breadth is 15cm.

4. A number of men and women attented a concert in the ratio of 2:3. If there were a total of 565 people, how many women and men were there?

5. Convert the following into percentage:-

 i. 16/25     ii. 16.25    iii. 0.003

6. Express the following as mentioned:-

 i. 45% as fraction

ii. 19.85% as ratio.

iii. 25/4 % as decimal

7. Evaluate

i. 25% of 300

ii. 33.5% of 1200kg

iii. 5% of 2km

8. Find the value of x:-

1. 20% of x=50

ii. 3.4% of x=65

iii. x% of 95=19

9. An alloy consists of 35% zinc, 45% nickel and the remaining 20% copper. Find the mass of zinc, nickel and copper in 1 kg of alloy.

 

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January 26, 2014

Class- II (CBSE)                                                                                                        Sub- Science

Name:- _____________________

Answer the following:-

  1. Name three sources of light.
  2. At what time of the day is your shadow formed by the sun the longest?
  3. Who is our nearest neighbour?
  4. What is the shape of the earth?
  5. Name the following:-
    1. A star- ____________________
    2. The smallest planet – ___________________
    3. The blue planet – ___________________
    4. Bouncing off of light – _________________________________
    5. It was used to tell the time in the past – _______________________
    6. It does not have light of its own – _____________________
    7. Draw the sun, moon and stars;-

Sub:- Social Studied

Class:-  III (CBSE)

Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M=20

 

 

A. Describe the distribution of cereals in all parts of India.

B. What are seasonal fruits and vegetables? Give examples of them.

 

C. Write a short note on BEVARAGES.

 

D. Why are spices so useful to us?

 

E. Name the Following.

a) Assam is famous for:

b) Name the states of India which is famous for apples:

c) The stable food of southern states :

d) Name two things made of milk:

e) The two most popular cereals eaten in India:

F. Write T for true statements and F for false statements:

a) Nagpur is famous for apples.                                          (   )

b) Gujrat is famous for Chikus.                                           (   )

c) Jammu and Kashmir is famous for Cherrirs.                   (   )

d) Himachal Pradesh is famous for Guavas.                        (   )

e) Assam is famous for Pineapples.                                     (   )

Sub:-MATHS

Class:- IV (CBSE)

1. Multiple  choice  question.                                                          

1.A cuboid is a solid bounded by……..plane faces.

i   4 square  ii  3 triangular  iii 6 rectangular iv  none of these.

2. A map is a  ……….representation of a large place.

i.tabular  ii pictorial  iii graphical  iv none of  these

3.To add mixed numbers, first we convert them into ……….fraction, then to like fraction

i proper  ii like   iii unlike iv improper

4.A  solid object has………………

i length  ii breadth  iii height  iv all of these

2. Fill in the blanks:-

1………parts of whole cannot be called as a fraction.

2. A fraction can  be expressed as a ………sum and vice-versa.

3. Two faces of an object meet at an…………

4.In fraction one fifth is written as…………

5. A fraction  whose numerator is less than its denominator is called a —–

3.  Add the following fraction:

i  1  and 2

4. Subtract the following fraction:

     i 2 from 8

5. Story sum:-

i. Priyanshu spends of his pocket money on toys, of it on books and of it on travelling. what fraction  of his pocket money dose he spend?

ii. Himani  bought  3metre of  cloth for his trousers and 2metre  of cloth for his shirt. How much cloth did he purchase in all?.

Subject: Mathematics

Class: VI (CBSE)

                                                                                   

  1. What do you mean by collinear points? How many lines can you draw passing through three collinear points?
  2. Lines p, q and r are concurrent. Also lines p, r and s are concurrent. Draw a figure and state where lines p, q, r and s are concurrent or not?
  3. What are the important facts about an angle?
  4. Draw a quadrilateral PQRS. Name all the angles and sides of the quadrilateral.
  5. Define the following

a) Parallel lines

b)  Intersecting lines

6.   Give any three examples of angles from your environment.

7.   Draw a triangle and its medians. What do you call the points of intersection of the medians?

8.   Draw a quadrilateral ABCD. From the figure, identify

a) Angle opposite to <C

b) Side opposite to BA

c) Side adjacent to AD

d) Angle adjacent to <D

e) Diagonals

9     What are the basic elements of a circle. Define them.

10.  Draw a circle with diameter 6.6 cm. and shade the interior of the circle.

Sub:- S.St

Class:-  VII(CBSE)

                                                                                                                                                           

History and Civics

  1. Why did Masulipatnam emerge as an important city?
  2. ‘Advertising builds a brand’, explain this in the light of brand building.
  3. On what basis were the towns classified?
  4. What is Advertising?
  5. What do you understand by Media

 

Geography

  1. Discuss the formation of waves and their structure.
  2. How do ocean currents influence the climate in coastal regions.
  3. Discuss the hydrological cycle with diagram.
  4. Why are oceans important for us?
  5. Discuss Weather and Climate.

    ASSIGNMENT for 26th Jan 2014

    Subject :  Maths.

    Class :VIII ( CBSE )

    1. Two parallel sides of trapezium are of lengths 27 cm and 19cm respectively,and the distance between them is 14 cm.Find the area of trapezium.
    2. The area of the trapezium is 352 cmand the distance between its parallel sides is 16 cm . If one of the parallel sides is of length 25 cm , find the length of the other side.
    3. ABCD is a trapezium in which AB ll DC, AB = 78 cm, CD = 52 cm, AD = 28 cm and              BC = 30cm. find the area of the trapezium.

    OR

    Construct a square, each of whose diagonals measures 6 cm.

    1. The area of the trapezium is 1080 cm2 . If the lengths of its parallel sides are 55.6 cm and 34.4 cm , find the distance between them.
    2. The area of the trapezium is 384 cm2 . Its parallel sides are in the ratio 3: 5 and the perpendicular distance between them is 12 cm. Find the length of each of the parallel sides.
    3. The area of the trapezium is 180 cm2 and its height is 9 cm if one of the parallel sides is longer than the other by 6 cm , find the two parallel sides.
    4. Construct a quadrilateral ABCD in which AB = 4 cm, BC = 3 cm, CD = 3.5 cm, AD = 4.5 cm and diagonal AC is 6 cm.
    5. Construct a square of side 5 cm .
    6. Find the area of the following figure :(AB = 4m,diameters = 2.8m)

    A             4m                   B

    10.Find the area of a trapezium whose height is 15cm and parallel sides are 20cm and 30cm.

                                     Assignment  Class – X (Science- Physics)

                                                       Date :26/01/14  

     

    Q.1 What do you mean by ‘ Refraction of Light’ ?

     

    Q.2  What do you mean by ‘F’ and ‘2F’ of a concave or convex lens ? Draw the diagram .

     

    Q.3  Draw the ray diagram of an image formed by a convex lens  , when it is used as a magnifying glass .

     

    Q. 4 Draw the ray diagram of an image formed  by a concave lens , when the object is placed  at infinity.                               

    SUBJECT : Chemistry

    CLASS- X (CBSE)

    1.        Write the following Reactions.

    (a) Esterification     (b) Decarboxylation.

    2.        Write any four uses of Alcohol.

    3.        Complete the following reactions.

    (i)   CH2=CH2 +H2  

    (ii)   CH3COOH+NaHCO

    4.        Define the following term :

    (a) Catenation   (b) Fermentation

    5.        Draw the structure of the following.

    C3H8    (b) C2H2     (c) C2H4

    Class: IX (CBSE)                                                                                                                   Subject: English

    Q.1 Answer the following questions;

    1. Why does the rain call itself the dotted silver threads?
    2. What is the tone of the poem?
    3. Why is the rain divine?
    4. The poet, Kahlil Gibran, sings the beauty and austerity of rain in the poem Song of the Rain. Elucidate.
    5. How does the rain lead its earthly life?
    6. Why does Persome call her brother a child?
    7. How did the Bishop save the convict?
    8. What made the convict beast and why?
    9. Why did the convict change his mind at last?
    10. Why is Persome angry with Mere Gringoire?

    Q2. You are Aamir/Archana of Park Road, Hydrabad. You are not happy with the sanitary condition of your locality. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper expressing your concern and anguish at the insanitary condition in your locality.

    Q3. You are Satish/Anjali, the secretary of the Students Association of your school. The association proposes to celebrate the silver jubilee of years of the school. Draft a notice announcing the date of the program and asking the students to participate in it. (max 60 words)

Subject: Biology                                                                                Class: X (CBSE)

  1. What was the genotypic ratio obtained in the F1 generation as a result of monohybrid cross between tall and dwarf pea plant?
  2. According to Mendel what is the cross involving two characters (each with two factors called)?
  3. What do you mean by Heredity?
  4. Write and explain all the laws of the Law of heredity with suitable diagrams.
  5. Write a short note on sex determination.

                                 Assignment  Class – X (Science- Physics)

                                             Exam Date : 26/01/14  

_________________________________________________________

Q.1 What do you mean by ‘ Refraction of Light’ ?

 

Q.2  What do you mean by ‘F’ and ‘2F’ of a concave or convex lens ? Draw the diagram .

 

Q.3  Draw the ray diagram of an image formed by a convex lens  , when it is used as a magnifying glass .

 

Q. 4 Draw the ray diagram of an image formed  by a concave lens , when the object is placed  at infinity.                               

                                    Assignment  Class – XI (Science)

                                            Exam Date : 26/01/14   

__________________________________________________________                                

Q.1 What do you mean by ‘angle of contact’?

Q.2 Prove that, h= 2TcosӨ

                                  ______

                                     r ρ g

Q.3 What do you mean by Torricelli’s theorem. Give the mathematical expression of it.

Q.4 What do you mean by Surface Tension ?

Q.5 Prove Vrms√(3p/ρ) , for an ideal gas.

Q.6 Prove, ½MVrms2 = 3/2 RT

Q.7 What do you mean by “Law of Equipartition of Energy”.

Q.8 Find the mathematical expression of “Mean Free Path”.

Find the mean free path of non linear imaginary hexa atomic gas , if this gas converts into linear atomic gas.

Subject: Accountancy                                                                                                            class: XI (CBSE)                 

A. Very short answer questions.

1. What do you mean by two sided errors?

2. What is suspense account?

3. What do you mean by financial statements?

4.  Mention any five items that are recorded in Trading Account.

5. Mention the only fixed assets where depreciation is not charged.

B. Short answer questions.

1. Give any two difference between straight line and written down value method of depreciation.

2. What do you mean by trading account?

3. What is the purpose of detecting an errors?

4. What is the advantage of preparing Bank Reconciliation Statement?

C. Practical Questions

  1. On 1st Jaunary 2002, Manish Ltd. purchased a machine costing Rs. 61700. The machine was sold on 1st April, 2005 at Rs. 24680. Prepare machinery account if depreciation is charged @ 10% p.a. on original cost method. The books are closed on December 31 every year.
  2. Trial Balance of Mr. Satish shows a difference of Rs. 18408. The difference was placed to the credit of suspense account and after which the following errors were discovered.
    1. Sundry creditors account was overcast by Rs. 1560.
    2. Goods amounted to Rs. 12480 were sold to Aditya was recorded through purchase account. However Aditya’s account was correctly debited.
    3. A sum of Rs. 8268 was received from Mr. Khanna was wrongly credited to Mr. Khan’s account as Rs. 5460.
    4. Rs. 5460 paid to Verma was wrongly credited to his account.
    5. Receipt side of cash book was overcast by Rs. 3120.

Required:

a)      Rectifying Journal Entries.

b)      Suspense Account.

SLC Section

Sub:- SST

Class:-  III(SLC)

Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M=20

 

 

      1. Write short notes on:

 

a) Our Natural Resources: Forest

b) Our Natural Resources: Water

 2. The natural resources in Dhanusha district are land, water and forest. What natural resources are there in your district?

 

3. How is the forest useful?

4. Fill in the blanks:

Wild animals                                                    Wild birds

 

a _____________-                                            a.___________

 

b _____________                                             b ____________

 

c  _____________-                                           c ____________-

 

d. _____________                                            d ____________

5. What advantages do the people in your district get from water resources?

 

6 Suggest some means to preserve the water resources.

Sub – Math

Class – IV (SLC)

  1. 1.       Convert into litre and millilitre.
    1. 7215 ml b.     3133 ml                        c.     8338 ml                        d.     7462 ml
  1. 2.       Convert into kilolitre and litre.
    1. 7213 ltr                 b.     4500 ltr                        c.     4652 ltr                         d.     3029 ltr
  1. 3.       Add the following:
    1. 1 ltr 614 ml and 2 ltr 210 ml           b.     4 ltr 152 ml and 2 ltr 596 ml
  1. 4.       Subtract following:
    1. 6 ltr 162 ml from 7 ltr 282 ml         b.     3 ltr 360 ml from 13 ltr 790 ml
  1. 5.       Priya and her friends bought five 1 litre bottles of water on a hot day. If 650 ml of was left after they drank, how much had been used up?
  2. 6.       What is Right angle?
  3. 7.       What is Obtuse angle?
  4. 8.       What is Reflex angle?
  5. 9.       Identify the following (Type of angle):
    1. 770          b.     850                 c.     950                 d.     1200              e.     2400
  1. 10.   Draw the angles of the following degree: (with the help of protractor)
    1. 400          b.     1200
    2. Class: V (SLC)                                                                                                       Sub:SCIENCE
      1. 1.   Define the term:
        1. Crater
        2. Drought
        3. Seismogram
        4. Deforestation
        5. Reforestation
        6. Soil Conservation

       

      1. 2.   Answer the questions :-
        1. What are the causes of soil erosion ?
        2. What are the advantages of building embankments along

      river banks ?

      1. What type of material is ejected by the volcano ? How does it affect

      Normal life ?

      1. What are the causes and effects of a drought?

      Subject: Mathematics

      Class: VI (SLC)

       

      1. Draw a circle with diameter 6.8 cm. and also draw its multiple lines of symmetry.
      2. Draw any two figures with a vertical line of symmetry.
      3. Draw the following figure and show all the possible lines of symmetry.

      i) triangle     ii) kite    iii) square    iv) regular pentagon.

      1. Construct an angle of 750 with compass and bisect it.
      2. Draw an angle of 1350 using protector and copy it.
      3. Draw a line segment AB measures 8cm. and also draw the perpendicular bisector of AB.
      4. A point Z lies above the line AB. Drop a perpendicular on AB from the point Z and measures its length.
      5. Divide a line segment of length 10 cm. into four equal parts.
      6. Draw a perpendicular on a line segment of 5 cm. at a distance of 2cm. from the end point.
      7. Define the following;

      i) Translation    ii) Rotation iii) Reflection

    3. Sub:- SST                                                                                 Class:- VII [SLC]A. Answer the following questions. 1. Write any two principle of panchsheela on which we have made relationship with other                      nations?2. What is the full form of NAM?3.Why is Nepal called a landlocked country?4. List out the drawbacks of a landlocked country.5. Draw the logo of SAARC?6. Name the landlocked countries of European Continent.7. Name the neighboring countries of Nepal.8. What do you mean by Dashgaja?

    CLASS VIII (SLC)

    Subject- Science

    PHYSICS

    1. What is shadow?
    2. What is reflection of light?
    3. What is refraction of light?
    4. What are the laws of reflection of light?
    5. What are the laws of refraction of light?
    6. What is total internal reflection?
    7. Explain dispersion of light through prism.
    8. How can you prove that white light is made up of seven colours?

     

    CHEMISTRY

    1. Define molecule. Write the molecular formula of the following compounds:

    a. potassium chloride                         b. magnesium hydroxide

    c. sulphuric acid                                  d. calcium bicarbonate

    2. Differentiate   between physical change and chemical change.

    3. Draw the electronic configuration of aluminium and fluorine.

    4. How do you separate alcohol from water?  Explain with a neat and labeled diagram.

    5. What is crystallization? Draw the crystals of copper sulphate and sodium chloride.

    6. Differentiate   between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixture.

    BIOLOGY

    1. Define metabolism. Differentiate between anabolism and catabolism.

    2. What is blood? Write its composition.

    3. What are the types of blood vessels? Write their functions.

    4. What are enzymes? Make a list of different enzymes secreted by various organs, their glands , food acted on and end product?

    5.  How is photosynthesis the reverse process of respiration?

    6. Write an experiment to show that oxygen is evolved during photosynthesis.

    GEOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY

    1. What is air pollution? Write its causes and measures of prevention in five points.

    2. Why are ventilators usually kept at the height of room?

    3.  Define land breeze and sea breeze with with diagram.

    4. Write the importance of nitrogen in air.

    CLASS IX (SLC)

    Subject- Science

    PHYSICS

    1. What is meant by refraction of light? State the two laws of refraction?
    2. Draw a labeled diagram to verify the laws of refraction of light through the glass slab?
    3. What are real & apparent depths? How is refractive index expressed in term of real & apparent depth?
    4. What is a light pipe? What are its functions?
    5. A pen appears to be bent away when partly immersed in water. Why?
    6. Why does a diamond sparkle?

    CHEMISTRY

    1. Distinguish between metals and non metals in ten points.

    2. What do you understand by alloys & amalgams? Give examples.

    3. What are metalloids? Write their properties.

    4. What is metallurgy? List the various methods of extraction of metals from their ores.

    5. What is calcination? What changes take place in calcination?

     

    BIOLOGY

    1.  What is cranium? Name the bones found in the skull.

    2.  How many pairs of ribs are there in human body? Name them and define each.

    3.  What is a joint? What are gliding joints? Give examples.

    4.  Draw a well-labeled diagram of the forelimb of human body.

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January 23, 2014

Subject: S.St                                                                                  Class – IA (SLC)

 

  1. Match the things and what they are used for:
  2. Spoon                                                  frying food
  1. Television                                           sitting
  1. Fridge                                                  watching programmes
  1. Sofa                                                       keeping food
  1. Frying pan                                               serving or eating food
  1. Answer the following questions:
  2. What is the name of your school?
  3. What do you do before going to school?
  4. Where do you put the rubbish and waste paper?
  5. What do you do at school? Name three activities.
  6. What games do you play at school?
  1. Fill in the blanks:
  2. Plates are kept in the ______________ (kitchen/bed room)
  3. A comb is for ______________ hair ( cutting/tidying)
  4. The class room is for ________________ (playing/reading)
  5. A  school library has _________________( balls/books)Subject : S.St                                                                                   Class II1. Fill in the blanks:a. Our national ____________________.b. Lophophorus is found in ____________________ region.c. Your car is your ____________________ property.d. Park is a ____________________ property.2. Choose the correct words from the bracket:a. The national animal of our country is ____________________. (elephant/cow).b. ____________________ is a public property.(school/school uniform)c. The National colour of our nation is ____________________. (Navy Blue/Crimson)d. My television set is my ____________________ property. (public/private)3. Answer the following questions:                                                                                                                        a. What is the importance of our national emblem?b. What colour is crimson?

Class: VI (SLC)                                                                     Subject: EPH

Environment and Population

  1. 1.      Answer these questions:
  2. What advantages do people get from their increased income?
  3. How can population be controlled with low child death rate?
  4. How can the forest be protected?
  5. What are the two types of methods of family planning?
  6. What do you mean by soil conservation?

Health

  1. Answer these questions:
    1. What are the constituents of food?
    2. What are the sources of protein?
    3. Why do we need food
    4. Which food is called body building foood?
    5. What are the sources of Vitamin ‘A’?

    Sub:- EPH                                                                                                   Class:- VII (SLC)

          A. Answer the following questions.

           1. What do you man by diseases?

    2. What do you understand by non-communicable disease?

    3. What are the ways of preventing tuberculosis?

    4. What is ARI? How can it be prevented?

    5. Explain the position of the body during the flight in long jump?

    6. How will you stand up while throwing the soft ball?

    7. How will you hold the shot?

    8. Explain the action of reverse during the shot-put.

Sub:-English

Class:-VIIIA

Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M:-30

  1. Write a letter to your friend telling him about your preparation for annual sports day.
  2. Write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper complaining about frequent power breakdown in your locality.
  3. Write an essay.
    1. Education.
    2. Importance of Discipline

4. Rewrite the passive voice sentences as active voice sentences.

i. The dog was hit by the car.

ii. The house will be built by the construction crew in five months.

5. Rewrite the active voice sentences as passive voice sentences.

i. Julie answered the question.

ii. The dolphins have learned many tricks.

6. Write one sentence using the active voice, and one using the passive voice.

Class :IX (SLC)                                                                                           Sub: Comp                                                               

1. What is program development cycle? Explain in detail.

2. Differentiate algorithm and flowchart.

3. Write an algorithm to check whether a number is even or odd.

4. Why is Q-BASIC called an interpreted language?

5.What is logical operator? Explain its types in detail.

6. Explain the two methods of variable declaration with example.

7.What is keyword? Explain with example.

8. What is a character set in Q-BASIC?

9. How many types of data are used in Q-BASIC?

10. WAP to add two numbers and display the result.

11. Explain logical operators in detail.

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Assignment for 19th Jan 2014

 

Class:- 1 (CBSE)                                        Sub:- Science

1.Fill in the blanks with the correct options.

  1. We like to sit near a fireplace during the …………………….  season.
  2. It rains a lot during ………………. Season.
  3. We wear light cotton clothes in ………………….. .
  4. ……………….. is a big ball of fire.
  5. Trees shed their leaves ……………………….. (Autumn/ Summer) .
  6. In winter we wear  …………………. (woolen / silk) clothes.
  7. ………………… does not have a light of its own.
  8. …………………… (stars / moon ) twinkle at night.

2.  Tick the correct answer.

a. When we look up in the sky, we see (sun/house/road).

b.  It is neither too hot, neither too cold. (spring/winter/summer).

c.  At night we also see (stars/sun/monkey).

3. Answer in one word.

    a. Who gives us light and heat?

b. Where does sun set?

c. It is also called the Monsoon season.

d. They twinkle at night.

    e. Christmas is celebrated in this season.

 4.Name the five seasons.

 5. Draw  and color a Sun and  a Moon.

CLASS: III CBSE                                                                                                   Subject: ENGLISH                    

 

A)   Fill in the blanks with the most suitable preposition from the brackets at the end of each sentence :

1)     Do not write ………….. ink .( in, at,with)

2)     Go and stand …………. The door. ( by, with, from)

3)     The hall was full …………. People. ( with, from, of)

4)     We can’t breathe …………….. air. ( with, without ,in)

5)     Children are fond ………… toffees. ( of, with,about)

6)     She is suffering …………. malaria. (from, of, with)

7)      My mother cut the cake………….. a knife. (with ,by ,from )

8)     Mother is cooking pudding …………….. us. ( of, for ,to)

9)     He is good …………………. Mathematics . ( at ,on , for )

10)              I was talking …………………. a friend. ( to ,with ,for )

B)    Answer the questions :

1)     Where did Jenny want to plant her tree?

2)     Why was Jenny disappointed when Aunt Rachel gave her the tree?

3)     What did the king give the courtiers?

4)     What did Tenali buy with the gold coins?

C)   Find words from the lesson which mean the same as the following :

1)     A place in the house where food is cooked.

2)     A flat cake of thin batter fried on both sides in a pan.

3)     The area at the back of a house

4)     A person liked by everyone

5)     Keen to do something.

Class:- IV (CBSE)                                    Sub:-English

      Section A : Literature

                                                     

Q1. Complete the following sentences:

a. The boys played with their old ball because ……………………………………

b. Tanmay found the ball when…………………………………………..

Q2.Tick the correct answer :

a.When the snake saw the author it

i. coiled itself up.

ii. waited for the author to catch it

iii. moved away quickly and hid in a coconut shell.

b.”Tanmay was hurt “ here means

i. he was injured

ii. he was upset

iii. Alok hit him.

Q3. Learn and write the poem “ My Elephant is missing”. Name the poet.

Q4. Answer the following questions:

i. What was Shalini’s advice?

ii. What did the author do when he saw the snake?

iii. Where did grandfather take the author?

iv. Who was Shalini?

                                                   Section B: Grammar

Q5. Circle the correct adverbs within the brackets:

i. It is a terrible storm. Please come.(there/ inside)

ii. All the guests have gone. (here/away)

Q6.Complete these sentences by using the correct words from within the brackets.

i. Rita is a  …………….. girl. She sings  ……………………….. too. (beautiful/ beautifully)

ii. The teacher wanted a ……………………. Reply. The child replied …………………….(quick/ quickly).

CLASS: VI (CBSE)

Subject- Science

  1. What is stimulus? What is living being?
  2. Why does reproduction occur in living things? Explain the reproduction.
  3. What are the differences between non-living & dead thing.
  4. Explain the method to measure length using a measuring tape.
  5. What are the common features of living things and non living things? Write any four points.
  6. Explain the following: a. circular motion                         b. oscillatory motion                                       c. translatory motion                        d. vibratory motion

What is motion? Name different types of motion with example

CLASS: VII(CBSE)                                                                          Subject: Science

1 Fill in the  blanks  :   

  :(Do Q.No 1-5of Pg no 158)

2 Short answer type questions :

1 Name three proteins of plasma of blood .

2 What are stomata and give two function of it .

3 Why it is  necessary   to excrete waste product ?

4What do you mean by uniform motion of a body ?

 

3 Long answer type questions :

1  What is digital clock? In what way it differ from the tradition clock ?

2Does transpiration serve any useful function in plants ?Explain .

3   A metro train takes 15 minutes to cover a distance of 50 Km .What is its speed in Km\h and in miles\h  ?

 

Subject: Social Studies                                                    Class: VIII CBSE

(Geography)

  1. What is Green Revolution and how it changed the form of agriculture in India?
  2. What are the problems faced by Indian farmers?
  3. Give two examples of each :-

Food crops, Cash crops, Fibre crops, Beverage crops.

  1. What determines the quality of raw cotton and what are the conditions required for cotton to grow?
  2. How would you classify industry on the basis of ownership?

(History)

 

  1. Who was Ishwarchandra Vidya Sagar?
  2. Name some of the social reformers?
  3. Why were the females not given education?
  4. Who established Arya Samaj?
  5. Write some reforms made by Swami Vivekanand

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Sub : Foundation of Information Technology (Code :165)
Class : X (CBSE)

  1.  

    1. 1.       Answer the following questions.

                                 i)               What do you understand by XML element? Write the naming rules of XML elements.

                               ii)               How can we write comments in XML? Give example.

                             iii)               What are the requirements to be a well-formed XML document?

                             iv)               What is DTD? Explain its types.

                               v)               Explain the different types of XML parser.

                             vi)               What is virus? Explain it’s any two types.

                           vii)               Explain Worm.

                         viii)               What is Spam? What are the disadvantages of it?

                             ix)               What is backup? What are the different types of backup methods are available?

                               x)               What is Incremental Backup? Write it’s advantages and disadvantages.

                             xi)               Define Encryption and Decryption.

    SLC Section

    Class I A (SLC)

    Sub: Science

    NAME_________________________________________________ Date__________________________

    1. Odd one out:
      1. Tea ,ice-cream,hot milk
      2. Sunny day,rainy day , wind
      3. T-shirt , jacket , Sweater
      4. Hot, fier ball, sun , water
      5. Different shape , night, square, moon
    2. Write the missing words to complete the story:

    From my window , I could see clouds in the sky . “ please may I go outside?”  I said.

    It’s c_ _ _ _ _ , my father told me.” May be later the sun will come out.”he said.

    “Later the sun did come out. Then it began to r_ _ _ . it was a light shower.

    “May I go out now?” I asked again.

    Dad looked out of the window . you will get w_ _ , he said.

    You mean you want to play in the w_ _ _ _ .Dad said with a smile.

    How did dad know that?

    1. Fill in the blanks:
      1. The sun set in the __________________-. (east/west)
      2. Cloudy day are mostly ___________________ ( cold/hot)
      3. On a cold day we like to drink hot___________________ (soup/ice-cream).
      4. The ______________ twinkles at night. ( moon/stars)
      5. People enjoy going to the beach on a ______________ day ( rainy/hot)
      6. The ________________ gives us heat and light. (moon/sun).
      7. In winter we wear ________________ clothes. (cotton/woolen)
      8. Strong wind blow on a _____________ day. (windy/hot)
    1. Answer the following questions:
      1. What is a space craft?
      2. What do you like to eat in summer?
      3. What are the three main seasons?
      4. What would happen if there was no sun?
      5. What does a person wear while going to space?

      CLASS: III SLC                                                                  Subject: ENGLISH                    

       

      A)   Fill in the blanks with the most suitable preposition from the brackets at the end of each sentence :

      1)     Do not write ………….. ink .( in, at,with)

      2)     Go and stand …………. The door. ( by, with, from)

      3)     The hall was full …………. People. ( with, from, of)

      4)     We can’t breathe …………….. air. ( with, without ,in)

      5)     Children are fond ………… toffees. ( of, with,about)

      6)     She is suffering …………. malaria. (from, of, with)

      7)      My mother cut the cake………….. a knife. (with ,by ,from )

      8)     Mother is cooking pudding …………….. us. ( of, for ,to)

      9)     He is good …………………. Mathematics . ( at ,on , for )

      10)              I was talking …………………. a friend. ( to ,with ,for )

      B) Answer the questions

      1)How did the narrator listen to the songs of the whale?

      2)How do the whales breathe?

      3)What did he do at the age of twenty two?

      4)In 1882 ,what did Thomas Edison do for New York?

      C)   Write the word meanings :

      a)     Automatic

      b)     Gramophone

      c)     Panic

      d)     Life belt

      e)     Surface

       

      Subject: ENGLISH

      CLASS: IV SLC

      A)   Fill in the blanks with the most suitable preposition from the brackets at the end of each sentence :

      1)     A beautiful painting was …………….. the wall . ( near ,on ,at)

      2)     Sona met Bolu …………………. The garden. ( on ,above ,in )

      3)     Jenny laughed …………………. The joke. (above, beside, at)

      4)     The gardener planted seeds………………….. the garden. (in ,on ,between)

      5)     Rohit likes bread …………………… jam. ( with ,on ,between )

      B)    Write  a paragraph using the words given below:

      Wonderful , time , place , enjoy

      C)   Learn and write any 10 word meanings from ch 8 and 9.

    CLASS VI (SLC)

    Subject- Science

    1. What is SI unit? Write the SI units of different physical quantities in a table.
    2. What is the need to know the distance of objects/places? Give three reasons.
    3. Distinguish between rectilinear and curvilinear motion.
    4. Why is the filament of a bulb kept in vacuum?
    5. What is an open circuit? How is it different from a closed circuit?
    6. Electricity makes our work easier . Explain.

    CLASS: VII (SLC)

    Subject- Science

    1. What do you mean by a chemical substance? Name its two types.
    2. What is barrier protection?
    3. Differentiate between combination reaction & decomposition reaction.
    4. Explain the process of crystallization.
    5. What is simple pendulum? Describe a method to make a simple pendulum.
    6. Define speed. How does it help us to categorise motions as slow & fast?
    7. What is speedometer? What does it show?
    8. ‘A repetitive motion is a must to measure time.’ Explain the statement with an example.
    9. Explain the following terms associated with a simple pendulum:

    a. mean position    b. one complete oscillation      c. amplitude    d. time period

    Sub:-Maths

    Class:- VIII (SLC)

    Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M:-20

    1. Explain, why the given expression is polynomial?
    1. Find the degree of :

    p2q2r + q2r2 -2r2p2 +p2q2r2

    1. If  a=2, b=5,c=2, find the value of

    2(lb+lh+bh)

    1. Subtract 2x2-12x+5 from 2-3x2-2x
    1. Simplify:

    A2+b2-2ab-(a2+ b2 +2ab)

    1. Multiply:

    (a+b)(a2 –ab +b2)

    1. If (x+y)=6 and xy=2, find the value of  x3 +y3     
    1. Simplify:
    1. Divide:

    ( 2x4 + 3x3-9x2-6x+10)(2x2-3x+4)

    Sub:-Opt Maths

    Class:- IX (SLC)

    Time : 1  Hrs                                                                                                                                      F.M:-20

    1. Simplify

    (i)                6-3+

    (ii)             3+2+4

    (iii)           126

    1.  What is supplementary angle? What is the supplement of β?
    1. simplify;
      1. (2-) (2+)
      2. Rationalize the denominator
    2. Simplify

    -2  -

    1. Rationalize the denominator
    1. If a=2find the value of  a+
    2. Find the square root of 53-12
    3. Solve

    Class: X SLC                                                                                                       Subject: English

    1. Write a news story or report using the clues given below.

    Mahendra Police Club Beat Marshandi ………… 4 teams …………… inter club competition at Dasharath stadium ………….. 3 goals by Mahendra Police …………. Medal distributed by PM.

    1. Develop a readable story with the outlines given below and give a suitable title.

    A dog ……. Crossing a bridge ……… meat in his mouth ……… shadow in water ……. Takes it for another dog with meat …….. tries to snatch it……… loses own bit.

    1. Write a couple of paragraph on any of the given topic.
      1. Agriculture in Nepal
      2. The rivers of Nepal
      3. Importance of Discipline.

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Class: III CBSE                                                                        Sub: science

 Answer the following questions.

  1. What will you do if someone is injured in an accident?
  2. List five things in your home that can be dangerous.
  3. How sound is produced?
  4. What are luminous objects? Give some examples.
  5. How does light travel?
  6. What is vibration?
  7. From where does your body get energy to do work?
  8. What is force?
  9. What are the types of sound?
  10. How can you avoid accidents on the road?

Class : IV (CBSE)                                                                 Subject : SST

  1. A.      Match the following:    

                                Column-A                                                           Column-B                                                                    i) Gold mine                                                           a)  Raniganj                                                                  ii) Alternative sources of energy   b)  mica                                                                iii) Coal mine                                                           c)  Kolar gold fields                                                                iv) Non-Metallic mineral                                    d)  wind energy

  1. B.      Answer the following questions in one or two lines.                                                                     

                                                        i)            Which was the first metal used by man?                                                       ii)            What is an ore?                                                     iii)            Name some metallic minerals.                                                     iv)            Which is the deepest gold field in the world?  

  1. C.      Answer the following questions.                                                                                            

                                                        i)            How can we conserve the mineral resources?                                                       ii)            Explain the process of refining of petroleum. Class:-5 CBSE                                           Sub:-Computer I)Write shortcut keys:- a) To run power point. b) To end slideshow c) Select entire row d) To select entire column e) To select entire worksheet II) Answer the following questions:- a)     How many rows and columns are there in MS Excel ? b)    What is a worksheet? c)     What is a cell? III)Write steps to start MS Excel and MS powerpoint

Sub:-SST

Class:-VI (CBSE)

  1. 1.     Answer the following.
    1. What is global warming?
    2. What is water cycle?
    3. Describe a earth’s interior?
    4. Write the names of 16th Mahajanapadas.
    5. What were janapadas?
    6. What is an ecosystem?
    7. What is humidity?
  1. 2.     Fill in the blanks.
    1. The earth is divided into ___________ realms.
    2. _______ and ______ effect the air pressure.
    3. _______ is a green house gas.
    4. ______ have their own climate, plant and animal life.

 

Sub:- English

Class:- VII (CBSE)

Time : 1  Hrs  1. List the things the poet thinks of to help himself sleep. 2. Quote the last stanza of the poem ‘To sleep’ and explain. 3. To whom is the poem addressed? What does the poet want? 4. How do you feel after a sleepless night? 5. Why did Maqbool name the pink rose as Subha? 6. What punishment does the commander try to give Maqbool? 7. Why did the princess say that Maqbool did not need gold? 8. What is the reward that Maqbool receives from the princess?

CLASS: VIII (CBSE)                                                             Subject- Science

PHYSICS

  1. 1.      Fill in the blanks with suitable word(s):- (all from book of chapter-15)
  2. 2.      Very short answer type questions:

a)      What do you mean by reflection of light? b)      What do you mean by scattering of light? c)      How many images are formed by a pair of mirror inclined at 60̊ ? 3.  Short answer type questions: a)    State laws of reflection. b)    What is dispersion of light? c)    What causes a leaf to appear green? 4.  Long answer type questions: a)      On which principle does a Kaleidoscope work? Explain its structure & working. b)      Draw a path of sunlight dispersing through a glass prism & show a sequence of colour from the top to bottom.                                               CHEMISTRY  A. Answer these questions: 1   What  is candle ? 2  What is acid rain ? Explain it . 3  Define green house effect and name the important gas responsible for it . 4  Explain the role of fuels in everyday life . 5  Give two characteristics of flame B. Fill in the blanks: 1 Acid rain produces ————- on aquatic life . 2 The remaining part of sugar caneis known as  —————- . 3 Gaseous fuels have ___________  . 4 Structure of candle flame was suggested by —————- . 5 Green house effect was given by —————– in 1827 . Biology

  1. Draw well labeled diagram of Male Reproductive System.
  2. What do you mean by reproduction?
  3. Explain the mode of reproduction in amoeba with suitable diagram.
  4. Give an example of organism reproducing by budding.
  5. 5.     List out the organs associated with male reproductive system and female reproductive system.

Sub : Foundation of Information Technology (Code :165)

Class : IX (CBSE)

 

  1. 1.       Answer the following questions.

                             i)               What is Mail Merge? What are the steps of it?                            ii)               What is the function of Equation Editor?                          iii)               What is the function of Track changer?                          iv)               Write the function of Auto content wizard and Design template?                            v)               What do you understand by Slide and Presentation?                          vi)               Write the rules of naming a presentation while saving it?                        vii)               What are the different views of a PowerPoint presentation? Explain the function of each of them.                      viii)               Define :                       a) Data source, a)   Merge Field b)   Handout c)    Placeholder d)   Transition Class: X (CBSE)                                                                                  Subject: Maths

  1. Find a relation between x and y such that the point (x,y) is equidistant from the points (7,1) and (3,5).
  2. In what ratio does the point (-4,6) divide the line segment joining the points A(-6,10) and B(3,-8)?
  3. There are two concentric circles. The radius of the outer circle is 15cm. A chord of the outer circle touches the inner circle. If the length of the chord is 18cm, find the radius of the inner circle.
  4. ABCD is a quadrilateral such that ∟D = 90°. A circle of radius ‘r’ touches the side AB, BC, CD and DA at P, Q, R and S respectively. If BC = 38cm, CD = 25cm, BP = 27cm, find ‘r’.
  5. If two vertices of an equilateral triangle be (0,0) and (√3,3), determine its third vertex.
  6. The line joining the points (2,-1) and (5,-6) is bisected at P. If P lies on the 2x+4y+k=0, find the value of k.
  7. If the point (x,y) is collinear with the points (a,0) and (0,b), then prove that (x/a) + (y/b) = 1.
  8. Prove that the area of triangle whose vertices are (p+3,p), (p+2,p+2) and (p,p-2) is independent of p.
  9. Computer Science (Code :083)

                                                                             CLASS: XI (CBSE)

    1. 1.      Answer the following questions.                                                                            

    i)        What is a function? What are the types of it? Define each of them? ii)      What is function prototype? Why we need that? iii)    What is default argument? How is it useful? iv)    What do you understand by ‘call-by-value’ and ‘call-by-reference’? v)      What is ‘return’ statement? How is it useful? vi)    What is scope rule? What are the different types of scope rules present in C++? vii)  What do you understand by ‘Lifetime’ of a variable? viii)            What is an Array? Explain the memory representation of a single dimension array. 2.   Answer the questions as directed:                                                                          i)        Write the output of the following program: #include<iostream.h> int func(int  x) { if(x % 10 == 0) return   x + + ; else return   x – – ; } void main( ) { int  p = 20,  q = 23; cout << func (p) << endl ; cout << func (q) ; } ii)      What will be the output of the following code: void  exe( int & x ,  int y = 200) { int temp = x + y; x += temp; if ( y != 200) cout<< temp << x << y <<endl; } void main() { int a = 50 ,  b = 20; exe ( b ); cout << a << “   ” << b << endl; exe ( a , b ); cout << a << “   ” << b << endl; } 3.  Write the following programs in C++.                                                                                                      i) WAP to add two Matrices. ii) WAP to input a string and count the number of word in it. The program will also reverse        each of the word iii)      WAP to count the number of occurrence of a given character in a string. iv)      Write a program to reverse a string  (i) using another array,  (ii) without using another array SLC Section 

Subject : Mathematics

Class : II(SLC)

Name: _________________________________________ Roll No.: _________Date: ____________ 1. Fill in the blanks:                                                                                                                                        a. 5  X  6 = ___________                                                  b. 9  X  8 =___________ c. 8  X  8 = ___________                                                                  d. 3  X  9 = ___________ e. 9  X 9= ___________                                                                    f. 8  X 0 =___________ 2. Multiply                                                                                                                                                          a.            6     2                                                      b.            7    0                                                       c. 3   1   2 x     2                                                                      x    5                                                            x       2                                                                                                                                                                                                Ans:__________                                           Ans:__________                                      Ans:__________ 3. Find the quotient by using repeated subtraction:                                                                                  a. 8 ÷ 4 = _________                                                                  b. 20 ÷ 2= ________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                            _____________________   4. Word attack       a. The price of a park’s entry ticket is Rs. 45. Then what will be the cost of 8 entry tickets? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ b. In a jar 145 candies can be put. If there are 3 jars, then how many candies can be put? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ c. There are 36 lines in a page, if you have 9 such pages then how many lines are there in all? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Class: III SLC                                                                          Sub: science

Answer the following questions.

  1. What are the characteristics of a liquid?
  2. Name the three states of water.
  3. Name three materials which do not have a definite shape.
  4. Why should the house have a proper drainage system?
  5. Write the different types of materials used to make clothes.
  6. Name some materials with which houses are made.
  7. What is capacity?
  8. What do you measure with a thermometer?
  9. Name one instrument used to measure length.
  10. What is the gaseous state of water?

Sub:-Computer

Class:-5 SLC

Answer the following questions:- 1)      What is a programming language ?List any two programming language. 2)      Why do we need programming language? 3)      What does program do? 4)      List the components of multimedia? Explain any one. 5)      List the different areas where multimedia is used? <a�hp�� @o�=”” shape=””>                x     2                                                                      x    5                                                            x       2                                                                                                                                                                                                Ans:__________                                           Ans:__________                                      Ans:__________ 3. Find the quotient by using repeated subtraction:                                                                                  a. 8 ÷ 4 = _________                                                                  b. 20 ÷ 2= ________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                            _____________________   4. Word attack       a. The price of a park’s entry ticket is Rs. 45. Then what will be the cost of 8 entry tickets? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ b. In a jar 145 candies can be put. If there are 3 jars, then how many candies can be put? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ c. There are 36 lines in a page, if you have 9 such pages then how many lines are there in all? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Class: VI (SLC)                                                                     Subject: Social Studies   1. Answer these questions:

  1. How do you consider the earth as a unique planet?
  2. What marks the western boundary of Asia?
  3. What do you mean by ‘No man’s land’?
  4. What is a map?
  5. Name the important valleys and plateaus of Nepal.

2. Complete the following:

  1. The latitude and longitude of Nepal …………………..
  2. The area of Nepal …………………..
  3. East- West extension of Nepal ………………….
  4. North-South extension of Nepal …………………
  5. Nearest sea from Nepal …………………

3. Draw the symbols for:

  1. Mountain Range
  2. MountainPass
  3. Minerals
  4. Lake

������ @O� �                                            _____________________ _____________________                                                             _____________________ _____________________                                                            _____________________   4. Word attack       a. The price of a park’s entry ticket is Rs. 45. Then what will be the cost of 8 entry tickets? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ b. In a jar 145 candies can be put. If there are 3 jars, then how many candies can be put? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ c. There are 36 lines in a page, if you have 9 such pages then how many lines are there in all? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Sub:-English

Class:-VII (SLC)

  1. Write an essay on Natural Disasters.
  2. Write an essay on genetically modified food.
  3. Answers these questions.
  1. How Tilly Smith saved people’s lives by remembering a geography lesson.
  2. What would have happened if she had not learned about Tsunamis?
  3. What event occurred in AD 79 on Pompeii?
  4. Who was Diomedes? What happened to him and his family?
  5. What do Guiseppe Fiorelli’s discoveries tell us about the people who lived there?
  6. Why do thousands of tourists visit Pompeii in Italy every year?
  7. Who was Guiseppe Fiorelli and what did he unearth in Pompeii?
  8. What are the signs of a Tsunami?
  9. Have all the secrets of Pompeii been unearthed? Give an example from the text to prove your point.
  10. Write the correct meaning of the given words.: Archaeologist, Graffiti, erupted, frothy and evacuated.

Class: VIII (SLC)                                                                              Subject: Social Studies

Attempt all the questions.

Group A

Give very short answers:

  1. Why is Prithvi Narayan Shah called the builder of Nepal?
  2. Why was Prithvi Narayan Shah defeated in Nuwakot for the first time?
  3. List the two acts of Prithvi Narayan Shah for which he was criticized severely.
  4. “I am a servant of the nation.” Who said this statement?
  5. Why did Rajendra Laxmi become a regent?

Group B

Give Short answers:

  1. Show the given events on a suitable time line.
Years Events
26 September, 1744 Victory over Nuwakot.
13 February, 1763 Conquest of Makawanpur.
16 September, 1764 Second attack on Kirtipur.
26 September,1768 Conquest of the Valley.
  1. Write an editorial appreciating the prohibition of capital punishment in the constitution of thekingdom ofNepal 2047.
    1. Enumerate the social reforms brought by Chandra Sumsher.
    2. How did economic blockade of Prithvi Narayan Shah weaken the position of valley kingdoms?
      1. Explain how Prithvi Narayan Shan prepared for the second attack on Nuwakot.

Sub:-English

Class:-IXA

  1. Write a letter to your friend telling him about your preparation for final exam.
  2. Write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper complaining about the noise pollution in your area.
  3. Write an essay.
    1. The importance of newspaper.
    2. Youth’s participation in the development of the country.
    3. Biodiversity
  1. Write a letter to the principal of your school requesting him to allow your class to go for an educational trip.

 

��n:0� `� e-height:150%; mso-list:l0 level1 lfo1;tab-stops:list .25in’>4.      “I am a servant of the nation.” Who said this statement?

  1. Why did Rajendra Laxmi become a regent?

Group B

Give Short answers:

  1. Show the given events on a suitable time line.
Years Events
26 September, 1744 Victory over Nuwakot.
13 February, 1763 Conquest of Makawanpur.
16 September, 1764 Second attack on Kirtipur.
26 September,1768 Conquest of the Valley.
  1. Write an editorial appreciating the prohibition of capital punishment in the constitution of thekingdom ofNepal 2047.
    1. Enumerate the social reforms brought by Chandra Sumsher.
    2. How did economic blockade of Prithvi Narayan Shah weaken the position of valley kingdoms?
      1. Explain how Prithvi Narayan Shan prepared for the second attack on Nuwakot.

Class: X (SLC)                           Subject: Optional Mathematics

  1. 1.      Solve the equation graphically: x2-6x+9=0.
  2. 2.      Find the maximum value of the function Z=5x+7y subject to constraints 3x+2y≤12, 2x+3y≤ 13, x≥0, y≥0.
  3. 3.      Solve the following equations by inverse matrix method:

       3x-2y= -1 and 3x+3y= 4

  1. 4.      A(2,0), B(-5,1) and C(6,1) are the vertices of a triangle. Find the image of the triangle ABC which is reflected about the line y=-2, followed by the enlargement E[(2,-1),2]. Also draw the images of the triangle ABC.
  2. 5.      Find the transformation 2×2 matrix which transforms the unit square  to the parallelogram whose vertices are (0,0), (4,0),(6,2) and (2,2).
  3. 6.      If A+B+C= π, prove that cos2A+ cos2B – cos2C =1- 4sinA sinB cosC
  4. 7.      Solve the trigonometric equation  cosϴ + sinϴ =  where 00 ≤ ϴ≤ 3600
  5. 8.      Find the separate equations of the pair of straight lines represented by the equation x2+2xy-3x-3y + y2 + 2 = 0
  6. 9.      Find the mean deviation from following data:

     

X

0-10

10-20

20-30

30-40

40-50

50-60

60-70

f

4

6

10

20

10

6

4

 

10. Find the standard deviation, co-efficient of standard deviation and co-efficient of variance from the following data.

     

Weight(Kg)

10-20

20-30

30-40

40-50

50-60

60-70

No. of boys

2

5

6

3

2

2

 

 

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January 05, 2013

Sub:- Computer   Class:- I (CBSE)

  1. Use the words given below to fill in the blanks:
                                pad ,   click ,  pointer , three , buttons
  1. A mouse has   ……………………… .
  2. A scroll mouse has ……………………. buttons.
  3. A mouse is kept on a ………………….. .
  4. The arrow on the computer monitor is called the mouse …………………… .
  5. …………………… is a sound heard when you press a button on the computer mouse.
  1. Guess who am I ?
    1. I look an arrow on the computer monitor   ……………………… .
    2. I am like a seat for the computer mouse     ………………………. .
    3. I make a sound when you press on the computer mouse ………………….. .

3. Draw a mouse. Class – II CBSE                                                                                                                                                    Subject: Computer 1. Colour the keys on the keyboard:- a. Colour the keys used for typing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 – Yellow b. Colour the key used to erase a letter – Green c. Colour the key used to delete/erase a letter – Orange d. Use Red to colour the keys spelling ELEPHANT 2. Answer the following questions:- a. Name the key used to move the cursor by many spaces. b. What is the use of the ESC key? 3. Fill in the blanks with the correct words.

 
 
CAPS LOCK         cursor           cursor control       numeric keypad            SHIFT            
  1. The ____________________________ shows the position of the next letter or number to be entered.
  2. The group of four keys used to move the cursor up, down, right, and left are known as ____________      ________________ keys.
  3. When the ___________________ _________________ key is ON, all the letters you type appear in capital.
  4. The ______________________   ______________________ is a group of number keys on the right hand side of the keyboard.
  5. The ____________________________ key is used to type the upper symbol on a key.

Class : III(CBSE)   Maths                                                        

A. Multiple choice question:                                                                                                                                      i. The number that is multiplied is called the __________________ a. product             b. Multiplicand                  c. Multiplier                      d. none of these ii. 8 threes are a. 24                       b. 28                      c. 33                       d. 39 iii. 26 X 32 is equal to a. 328                    b. 628                    c.832                      d. 923 iv. The result of multiplication is called the ____________________ a.  Multiplicand b. Multiplier                       c. Product                            d. none of these v. Which of the following is the alternative way of multiplication ___________ a. Addition                          b. Lattice multiplication c. Division                            d. none of these B. Fill in the blanks: a. The product of 4 and 42 is ___________ b. _______ X 5 = 30 c. The product of 0 and a number is always __________. C. Multiply and find the product: a. 358 X 26 D. Find the product using lattice method: a. 23 X 45 E. Story sum: a. Arya has 35 boxes of apples. Each box has 245 apples. What is the total number of apples? b. 25 children attended Akshat’s birthday. If each child ate 5 chocolates in the party. How many chocolates were eaten? c. The price of a show piece is Rs. 560. How much would it cost to buy 14 such show pieces? Class: IV (CBSE)             Sub: SCIENCE  A.                Name these                                     

  1. A young cockroach.
  2. It hatches out of the egg of a frog.
  3. The portion of the egg where water is stored.
  4. An animal whose tail helps it to move around.
  5. A terrestrial animal that does not have legs.
  6. An animal that has hollow bones.

 B.                Define the terms   

  1. Camouflage
  2. Parasites
  3. Hibernation
  4. Migration
  5. Reproduction
  6. Aestivation

 C.                Answer these questions

  1. Name two insects which grow after moulting.
  2. State two ways in which the animals reproduce their own kind.
  3. Describe the life cycle of a butterfly.

Class : V B & C (CBSE)          Sub: ENGLISH                                                                                              Section A: Literature A. Answer the following questions: 1. How can a poem and a picture help you when you are alone? 2.Where did Sant Haridas live? 3.How can a poem and a picture help you when you are alone? 4.What was the condition that Tansen put before Akbar?  Section B ; Grammar B. Write T for Transitive and I for Intransitive Verb 1.They saw the ship. 2. The waves crashed against the shore.  C. Rewrite these sentences by replacing the underlined words with a contraction : 1. It is clear that Bob is enjoying the rain. 2.We are going to see a movie this evening.  Section : Writing D. Make a Diary Entry on how you spent Christmas Day. Class :VIII (CBSE)                         Sub : Computer Q1. Write the steps to change the background and foreground color in Photoshop. Q2. Write the steps for using pattern stamp tool in Photoshop. Q3. Explain cropping and history brush tool. Q4. Write the steps to change height and width of a new Photoshop file. Q5. How to rename any layer in Photoshop? Q6. How do we select multiple layers in Photoshop? Q7. Differentiate between marquee tools and Lasso tools. Q8. What do you mean by retouching tools? Explain few of them. Q9. Differentiate Blur and Dodge tool. Q10. Write the steps for using a clone stamp tool. Q11. What is the use of gradient tool? Q12. Which tool is used to draw other shapes than basic geometrical shapes? Q13. What is the use of Filter Gallery in Photoshop? Q14. What does the color mode specify?

Class: XI                                         Sub-Biology

  1. Describe structure of proteins.
  2. Proteins have primary structure. If you are given a method to know which amino acid is at either of the two ends of a protein, can you connect this information to purity or homogeneity of a protein?
  3. Find and write down structures of 10 interesting small molecular weight biomolecules.
  4. Illustrate glycosidic, peptide and phospho-diester bond.
  5. Describe the important properties of enzymes.
  6. Distinguish Cytokinesis from Karyokinesis.
  7. What is the significance of meiosis?
  8. What is G0 phase?
  9. Describe the following along with a diagram :

a)     Synapsis b)    Bivalents c)     Chiasmata

  1. Describe the events taking place during interphase.

SUBJECT : Chemistry

CLASS- XII

1.       Write IUPAC name of the following. CH3 I (a) CH3C COCH3                               (b) CH3CH2CH2CH3    I                                                                         I CH2                                                                 CH2 I                                   I CH3                                                                                         CH3 (c)   CH3CH2CHCH2CH3                   (d) CH3C CH2CHO I CHO 2.       Why nitrophenol is more acidic than phenol ? 3.       What types of Hydrogen bonding is shown by orthonitrophenol . 4.       Write the  following name Reaction. (a) Esterification    (b) Aldol Condensation Reaction. 5.       Drawn Resonance Structure of Phenoxide ion. 6.       Arrange the following in increasing order of their acid strength. CICH2COOH, CI2CHCOOH, CI3CCOOH. 7.       Write Hoffmann’s bromide Reaction. 8.       Complete the following Reaction. H+ (a) CH3C H2                              (b) CH3O CH3 HI 9.       Draw the resonance structure of Phenol. 10.     Why are Phenols more acidic than alcohols ?                                    SLC Section

 Computer                                                          Class : II(SLC)

1. Make a cross(X) for each wrong answer and tick (√) for each correct answer: a. Keyboard is a input device. (                  ) b. A computer process data into useful information. (                     ) c. If the input is apple in the juicer then you will get mango juice. (                           ) 2. Fill in the blanks: a. Characters, words, numbers and figures given to the computer are __________________. b. The processed result are known as __________________. 3. Match the followings: Apple juice                                                         Central processing unit. Digital camera                                                    Output device. CPU                                                                       Input device. 4. Answer the followings: a. Why does a computer need inputs? b. Which part of the computer does the processing task?

Class -3 (SLC)                                                                                                Subject: Maths

 

  1. 1.       Arrange in ascending order :
    1.  ,  ,

0                                                                            1

  1.  ,  ,

0                                                                              1

  1. 2.                          Shade the following box according to the given fractions:

a)

     

b)

       

c)

           

d)

             
  1. 3.                          Add the following :
    1.  +                         b.  +                                                 c.  +                                 d.   +
  1. 4.                          Subtract :
    1. a.   –                          b.  –                                    c.   –                d.   -

   

  1. 5.                          Write the equivalent fractions of :
 
   

Class  : IV                                     Sub : Science  A.    Fill  in the blanks :-                        

  1. Matter is made of tiny particles called ____________________
  2. State of water changes on __________________ or ____________________
  3. Solute and solvent together combine to form a ________________
  4. There are two types of building materials :________________ and _____________________
  5. Budget is the amount of __________________ that has to be considered for building a house.
  1. B.    Complete the following:-                                                                              
  1. Concrete is used because of ____________________
  2. A house should have overhead tanks to __________________
  3. The types of houses built in an area depend on ______________
  1. The cost of a house depends on
  2. Meatals like steel and iron are used to make
  1. C.    Answer these questions :                                                                             
  2. Name the various people who work to build a house.
  3. Name any five building materials used in making a big , permanent house.
  4. Why is glass used as a building material?
  5. How is a gas able to spread in all directions ?

V A (SLC)                                                                              Sub :   English Section A: Literature A. Answer the following questions: 1.Why was the sculptor overjoyed? 2. What did the courtiers find imperfect about the statue? 3. What did the sculptor do in response to the courtiers complaints about the statue? 4.Does the speaker love nature? Say why you think so ? Section B : Grammar B. Fill in the blanks with Reflexive Pronouns: 1.The deer hurt ___________. 2.They set ___________ a difficult task. C. Fill in the blanks with Possessive Pronouns: 1.This is our pet. This pet is ____________. 2.this is your book. This book is _______________. D. Write these sentences using the correct pronouns: 1.We shall  invite (she, her)to our house. 2.I am going to my house. You should go to (your, yours) Section C: Writing E. Make a Diary Entry on how you spent Christmas Day. Class: 7 (SLC)                                                                                   Subject: Computer  

  1. Answer the following questions:-
    1. What is multi media? List any 4 advantages of multimedia.
    2. List any four sectors where multimedia are used?

2. Write the HTML codes to develop a webpage having a table below:- a.

                       Names of Mountains
S.N Name
1. Mt. Everest
2. Mt K2
3. Mt. Kanchanjunga

b.

                             Rivers of Nepal
1. Koshi 2. Mechi
3. Seti 4. Karnali

Sub:- EPH           Class:- VIII. (SLC) A. Answer the following questions.

  1. What are the factors that have an adverse effect on the quality of life?
  2. Why is it difficult to provide quality education to growing population?
  3. What will happen if the health service and facility lack?
  4. What preventive measures can be adopted from the promoting community health?
  5. State the measure importance of community health.
  6. Why is there a need of health settlement?
  7. What do you mean by athletics?

B. Write short notes on. 1. Malnutrition 2. Hospital C. Fill in the blanks.

  1. We get only ———––– calorie energy from our food everyday.
  2. Population growth hinders ————— education.
  3. In 2058, there were ———— university in Nepal.
  4. There are ———––– universities in Nepal.
  5. In Nepal about ———— percent of people do not have their own houses.

Class:-9 (S.L.C)                                                                                 Sub:- Social studies                                                                                      

                                Time : 1Hrs        F.M:-  30 A. Answer the following questions.   –          1. What were the natural, political and economic causes of Anglo-Nepal war? 2. Enumerate the various causes of the Anglo-Nepal war and describe it in brief. 3. Why is Balbhadra Kunwar called the hero of Khalanga? 4. What did balabhadra Kunwar say when he got the letter sent by Maj. General Gillespie? 5. Why did the English praise the gallantry of Balabhadra Kunwar? 6. Who is the historical personality of Nepal associated with the picture? ‘He was the brave son brave warrior. “Verify this statement. 7. When did the Anglo-Nepal war start and come to an end? 8. What is East India company? What did it want from Nepal? 9. Write down the results of  of the treaty of sugauly?

Class X (SLC)              Subject- Science

PHYSICS

1. What is heating element? Which heating element is used in a heater? Write any two differences between filament lamp & fluorescent lamp. 2. Draw a diagram of a circuit having 3 bulbs connected in parallel with a battery and a switch. Write any 2 advantages of this connection. Filament of tungsten is used in a filament bulb, why? 3. State Faraday’s three laws of electromagnetic induction. In a transformer, primary voltage of 220 V contains 1500 turns in a primary coil. How many turns in secondary coil are required to produce the secondary voltage of 50 V? 4. When electric current is passed through a filament, it glows with bright light due to heating but it does not happen with other wires. Give reason. An electric heater draws a current of 15A from a 220V supply. What is the cost of using the heater for 6 hours everyday for one month of 30 days if 1 unit of electricity costs Rs. 7.40? 5. Answer the following questions from the given diagram. i. What do R, V & I represent in the diagram? ii.What is the value of  V? If R=12Ω, what is the value of   I? iii. Write two uses of such combination of cells.   CHEMISTRY 1. What is NPK fertilizer? Which type of plastic is PVC? Write any four important features of plastic. 2. What type of salt is called acidic salt and basic salt? Give an example of each. Why is boric oxide added while preparing glass? 3. Which   type of fibre are orlan and silk? Which glass is fire proof? Write two materials to make soap. 4.  Why is PVC called a thermoplastic? How does it differ from Bakelite? Write the full form of DDT. 5. What is chemical pollution? Write the full form of BHC. Differentiate between soaps & detergents. BIOLOGY 1. What is monohybrid cross? According to Mendel’s experiment, draw a chart to show the types of offspring produced in F1 & F2 generations after the cross fertilization between tall pea (TT) plant with a dwarf pea (tt) plant. Show phenotype & genotype in the chart also. 2. What is nitrogen fixation? Write the name of an abiotic factor that plays a role in the ecosystem. 3. What is ecosystem? Draw a labeled diagram of pyramid of biomass of pond ecosystem. Write the phylum or division of snake and pea.

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Class: IX CBSE                                                                                    Subject: Biology 1.   Write short note on Biodiversity.

  1. What do you mean by evolution?
  2. Draw a well labeled fig of a paramecium.
  3. Draw fig showing classification of organisms into five kingdoms.
  4. Mention five important characteristics of organisms in group Angiosperms.

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Subject : Moral Science                                                                                          Class : II

1. Choose the correct answer and write in the blank: a. February ____________________ punishment. (accepted/rejected) b. God was ____________________ with all five months for not completing their work properly. (happy/angry) 2. Match the followings: a. September                                                                      12. b. December                                                                       30 days. c. 29th February                                                                   31 days. d. Months                                                                             leap year. 3. Complete the Poem :                                                                                                   Thirty days has _______________________ April, June and _______________________ All the rest have thirty-one Excepting _______________________ alone As that has _______________________ days clear. 4. Answer the following questions : a. Name the months that did not complete their duties. b. Who was angry with those 5 months? c. How many days were there in a year earlier? Class: 3 (CBSE)                                                                            Subject: Computer  1. Answer the following question;-  a.What would happen if you type the command fd 300 ? b.Write a command that turns the color of the pen of the turtle to blue ? c.Write s command thst changes the width of the pen of the turtle to 7 pixels  2. Fill in the blanks with correct words ;-         a. The __________is used to type commands. b. The ___________button clears the output screen and brings the turtle to the center . c.The ______________ is used to record the instructions . 3. Write true for the true statement and f for the false one ;-  a.You can change the shape of the turtle _______. b. The turtle sits on the main screen _______. c. The logo screen is divided into three parts _________. 4. Write the short form of the following logo commands ;-       Command                                              short form of the command FORWARD                                                    _____________. BACKWARD                                                ____________ . RIGHT                                                            _____________. LEFT                                                                ____________. CLEARSCREEN                                           ______________. SETPENCOLOR                                             _____________. 000

Sub:- Computer

Class:- VI (CBSE/SLC)

  1. 1.      Write one word answer.
    1. A worldwide network of millions of computer.
    2. A company that offers internet service.
    3. A computer peripheral that allows the user to connect with computer networks via telephone lines.
    4. The first page of a website.
  1. 2.      Write the full form of following.
    1.  WWW
    2. LAN
    3. WAN
    4. MODEM
    5. ISP
  1. 3.      Write short notes on.
    1. E-mail
    2. MODEM
    3. Network
    4. Internet

 

Sub:- English

Class:- VIII (CBSE)

 I. Answer the following questions. 1) The story of ‘Cycling is her passion’ has been extracted from which book? 2) What did Mohammad persuade her? 3) How was the condition of the bus? 4) How did the Afghans responded to the fare collection? 5) How was the problem of the twelve Afghanis solved? 6) Why did the policeman wept with joy when he saw Dervla? 7) From where the verses of the poem ‘Winter’ has been extracted? 8) Quote the last stanza of the poem ‘Winter’ and explain?

Subject : Chemistry

CLASS- IX (CBSE)

 1.      Calculate the Number of Moles for the following (i) 52 gram of He          (ii) 12.0441023 atoms of He 2.      Calculate the Mass of following (i) 0.5 mole of N2 gas      (ii) 0.5 mole of N-atoms (iii) 3.011  1023 N atoms   (iv)  6.022 1023 N2 molecules. 3.      Calculate the number of particles in each of the following: (i) 46 gram of Na atoms   (ii) 8 gram of O2 molecules (iii) 0.1 mole of carbon  atoms. 4.      Calculate Molecular mass of the following : (i) C2H5OH                     (ii) C12H22O11            (iii)Al2 (So4)          (iv) CH3COOH 5.      Define term ion with example. Q.1 Define work . Q.2 Convert 1 joule to ergs. Q.3 Vivek  has applied a force but work done is zero. Why ? Q.4 Derive the mathematical expression of Kinetic Energy. Q.5 A body of mass ‘M’ is falling freely from a height ‘h’. Prove that its total energy is always constant. Q.6 A person is pulling a roller. If the work done by him is 20 N and he moved the roller straightly at a distance 5 m . What is the amount of force given by the person? Q.7 Differentiate between work and energy . Class –IX (CBSE)                                               Subject : Physics Q.1 Define work . Q.2 Convert 1 joule to ergs. Q.3 Vivek  has applied a force but work done is zero. Why ? Q.4 Derive the mathematical expression of Kinetic Energy. Q.5 A body of mass ‘M’ is falling freely from a height ‘h’. Prove that its total energy is always constant. Q.6 A person is pulling a roller. If the work done by him is 20 N and he moved the roller straightly at a distance 5 m . What is the amount of force given by the person? Q.7 Differentiate between work and energy . Class :XI (Sci & Comm)                                                                                                    Sub: Maths   Find the 19th and 20th terms of the sequence defined by

  1. If (p+1)th term of an A.P is twice the (q+1)th term. Show that (3p+1)th term is twice the (p+q+1)th term.
  2. If the roots of the equation (b-c)x2+(c-a)x+(a-b)=0 are equal, then prove that a, b, c are in A.P
  3. Find the sum of all the three digit numbers which leave the remainder 2 when divided by 5.
  4. The sums of n terms of two arithmetic series are in the ratio (7n+1): (4n+27). Find the ratio of their 11th terms.
  5. If the pth term of an A.P is x and qth term is y, show that the sum of it’s p+q terms is
  1. If A1 and A2 are two A.M.’s between ‘a’ and ‘b’. Prove that (2A1-A2) (2A2-A1)=ab
  2. If a, b, c are the pth , qth and rth terms respectively of an AP and also the pth, qth and rth terms of a G.P. Prove that ab-cbc-aca-b=1
  3. Sum to n terms the series 6+66+666+…….

10. If ax=bx=cz and a, b, c are in GP. Prove that  are in AP

  1. 11.  Sum the series 6+9+16+27+….. upto nth terms
  2.                                                                                         Class: XII (CBSE)

    Computer Science (Code :083)

    1. 1.      Define Data Redundancy and Data consistency.
    2. 2.      What do you understand by Physical and Logical data independency?
    3. 3.      Define : Relation, Domain, Attribute, degree, cardinality.
    4. 4.      What is Primary Key? How it is different from composite key?
    5. 5.      Define Data Dictionary and DDL.
    6. 6.      Write SQL commands for the following operations on the following table

    Table : Student

    Student_No

    Class

    Name

    Game

    Grade

    10

    7

    Sameer

    Cricket

    B

    11

    8

    Sujit

    Tennis

    A

    12

    7

    Kamal

    Swimming

    B

    13

    7

    Veena

    Tennis

    C

    14

    9

    Archana

    Basket Ball

    A

    15

    10

    Arpit

    Cricket

    A

    a)      Display the names of the students who are getting a grade ‘A’. b)      Display the number of students getting grade ‘A’ in Cricket. c)      Display the different games offered in the school. d)      Adda a new column name ‘Marks’ e)      Assign ‘200’ in Marks for all those who are getting ‘B’ or above in games.

    1. 7.      Prove that :  AB++AC (AB + C) = 1
    1. 8.      Reduce the following boolean expression using K-Map and draw its logical circuit.

    F(P,Q,R,S) = ∑(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,11,12,13,15)

    1. 9.      Why NAND and NOR gates are called the Universal gates?
    1. 10.  Represent the boolean expression (X+Y)(Y+Z)(Z+X) using NOR gate only.
    1. 11.  Design a circuit (of 3 input) which gives a high output only when there is even number of low or high inputs.

                                                                                        SLC  SECTION

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Assignment for 29th Dec 2013

Subject : Moral Science                                                                                          Class : II

1. Choose the correct answer and write in the blank: a. February ____________________ punishment. (accepted/rejected) b. God was ____________________ with all five months for not completing their work properly. (happy/angry) 2. Match the followings: a. September                                                                      12. b. December                                                                       30 days. c. 29th February                                                                   31 days. d. Months                                                                             leap year. 3. Complete the Poem :                                                                                                   Thirty days has _______________________ April, June and _______________________ All the rest have thirty-one Excepting _______________________ alone As that has _______________________ days clear. 4. Answer the following questions : a. Name the months that did not complete their duties. b. Who was angry with those 5 months? c. How many days were there in a year earlier? Class: 3 (SLC)                                                                                      Subject: Computer 1.Answer the following question;- a. How do you type capital letters ? b. What is the use of numlock key ? c. What is the use of capslock key ? d. What is a desktop? e.  What does an icon represent ? 2. Fill in the blanks;- a. The ___________is located at the bottom of the desktop . b. At the left end of the taskbar we see _________button. c. There are 26 __________keys on the keyboard  . d. There are ____________ mouse actions . e.We need to turn on the num lock key to use ___________ . 3.  Write t for the true statement and f for the false one;- a. To type we can place any fingers anywhere on the keyboard ____ . b. The spacebar is the longest key on the keyboard _____ . c. At the right of the taskbar ,there is start button _______ .

Sub:- Computer

Class:- VI (CBSE/SLC)

  1. 1.      Write one word answer.
    1. A worldwide network of millions of computer.
    2. A company that offers internet service.
    3. A computer peripheral that allows the user to connect with computer networks via telephone lines.
    4. The first page of a website.

2.      Write the full form of following.

    1.  WWW
    2. LAN
    3. WAN
    4. MODEM
    5. ISP

3.      Write short notes on.

    1. E-mail
    2. MODEM
    3. Network
    4. Internet

 

Class: IX (SLC)

Subject: EPH

Very short questions:                                                   

  1. Which is the social cause of population growth?
  2. Name a social factor that changes the population?
  3. What is the economic cause of population growth?
  4. Why do people get married early?
  5. Name one environmental cause of population growth.
  6. What is the crude death rate according to the census of 2011 A.D.?
  7. What is meant by gender advocacy?

Short questions:                                                   

  1. What are the social factors of population change?
  2. List different economic factors of population change.

10. What are the effects of rapid population growth? 11. Write the housing problems of village and town areas. 12. How does marriage at young age contribute to population increase? Explain. Class: X (SLC)                                                                                                          Subject: EPH Very short answer questions:                                                                               

  1. Which country among SAARC region has ranked top in terms of Human Development Index?
  2. Write any one principle of Sustainable development.
  3. Why should the people of Hilly region be encouraged to grow fodder trees?
  4. Write any one Ex-Situ measures to conserve animals.
  5. Whose role is important for development works?

Short answer questions:                                                                                       

  1. What is Anaemia? Give any four preventive measures of Anaemia.
  2.  Write down any five effects of unplanned urbanization on society and environment.
  3. How does HIV transmit, and mention any three preventive measures.
  4. What is community health? Write any three importance of it.
  5. “Illiteracy and ignorance are considered as the main health problems of Nepal.” Explain.
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  1. English

Hindi 1 B

Class II                       Sub – English 1. Circle the describing words in the sentences:- a)  My family likes to go camping every summer. b) We like to sit under the bright stars shining through the dark sky. c) We like to listen to the chirping crickets and crackling fire. d) Sticky marshmallows on melting chocolate fill our hungry tummies. e)At night, we snuggle in our warm, cozy sleeping bags and tell scary stores until we fall asleep. 2. Directions: Circle the adjective in each sentence. Then write the adjective on the line. a. The boy played with his green kite. b. The wet dog was playing in the water. c. We saw the funny clown play guitar. d. The red apple had a worm inside. e.It was a clean pond for the animals. f. Mary had a little lamb. 3. Use was or were in the blanks: a It ___________ very hot yesterday. b I ____________ sad yesterday? c .I _____________ having fun at the park d. Where _____________ you? e.

  • Why _______________ you crying?
  • f.

f. They _______________ were drinking soda. g.

  • I ______________ winning the race
  • !
  • h.

Who ______________ you at the park with? i. Where ______________ you going? j. I _____________ so happy yesterday! k. When _______________ you at the park? l. A man ______________ walking his dog. m. A lot of students ________________ working. n. The boys _____________ swimming. o. I ____________ jumping on the bed. p.They _________________ jumping on the bed. q. Her baby ______________ crying. r. The babies’ _______________ happy. s. He _____________ working hard. t. They _____________ working hard. u. She ______________ sleeping v. What ____________ you doing? w. I ______________ reading. III - HINDI Class: 4 (cbse)                                                                                  Subject: Computer 1.Answer the following question ;- a How can you select a paragraph by using a mouse ? b. What do you mean by editing ? c. Write the steps to delete a word ? d.  What do you mean by redo? e. What do you mean by undo ? 2.Fill in the blanks with the correct words . a. _____________ means adding text to an already existing document. b.  A duplicate copy of the text is created using the ____________ and _____________ commands . c. The keyboard short cut to copy selected text is ______________ . d. The ______________command is used to reverse the last command . e.  You can hide the turtle using the ______________ command . 3.Write one word for the following ; a.  Exit option is available on clicking this button. _____________ b. To delete a character to the right of the cursor press this key.  ___________ c. Keyboard shortcut to reverse this undo action. __________ d. Making changes in a text without deleting it.  ______________ e. This command is used to erase a drawing.  _____________ 4.choose the correct option ; a.  Once the pen is lifted up.which command is used to put the pen down. i. penup                ii.pendown               iiipenerase iv pennormal b. The pen mode when you start a drawing. i.penup   iipendown  iii penerase iii.fill c. To select aword. i.double click ii triple click  iii click iv none of these d. To delete a block of selected text, press i.delete ii. backspace iii.bothi and ii  iv none of these e. The keyboard shortcut key to cut the selected text is i ctrl +c  ii ctrl+v   iii.ctrl +x  iv none of these Subject: Social Studies                                            Class: V CBSE 1)Fill in the blanks with appropriate words:-        a)Abraham Lincoln become the 16th ____________ of the USA. b)__________________ was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. c)__________________ killed Mahatma Gandhi. d)The exchange of messages and information is called ____________ . 2) Tick the correct options:-                           a)The class of rich people is called i)slaves           ii)capitalist b)Mother Teresa was born in i)Australia                ii)Yugoslavia c)An E-mail is sent through a i)Computer             ii)newspaper 3)Name 2 means of communication for each of  the following:-          a)Mass Communication _______________ , _______________ b)Indi visual Communication ______________ , _______________ c) Written Communication _________________ , _______________ d)Transmission of  messages without wires ________________ , ____________

Sub : English

CLASS VI (CBSE)_

Answer all the following questions

1. Complete the sentences. i)       The rain is welcome because ___________________ ii)     When the rain clatters along the roof, it sounds ___________________ iii)   The author did not want to leave the baby behind because _________________ iv)   Bimal was called Bamby because ___________________ v)     One of the boys suggested giving the baby to Mrs. Fisher because _________________

  1. Answer the following questions.

i)       Describe the four friends in your own words. ii)     Why do you think the four boys looked forward to Sundays? iii)   How did the boys follow the Scout Laws? iv)   What happens to their fleets? Why are they called ‘mimic fleets’? v)     What do the school boys do when it rains?

  1. Write the parts of speech of the following words

i)       I –                                iii)   work –                v)    her – ii)     and –                          iv)   hurrah –              vi)   today – Subject : Maths                                                                                                                    Class: VII (CBSE)  1.

  • Define.

a)     Linear Pair b)     Complementary angles c)     Supplementary angles

  1. Find the supplement and complement angles of
  2. In the given figure, identity

a)     Each linear pair b)     Vertically opposite A c)     Adjacent angles of ∟5                          2 5       1 4      3

  1. Find the two supplementary angles which differ by 28°
  2. Find the value of ‘x’.

2x + 20°   (x + 10)°

  1. In the given figure, l // m and n is transversal. Find the measure of all the angles if ∟1=54°.

n l                         1  2 4       3 m            5    6 8    7

  1. Lines m and n are parallel to each other and two interior angles on the same side of the transversal are (x-8)° and (5×-4)°. Find the measure of each angle.

l m (x – 8)° (5x – 4)°            n

  1. In this figure, find x, y, z if m//n.

x  x+6                  m y                     n z l

  1. Two complementary angles are in the ratio 8:7, find the angles.
  2. In the given figure, if ∟AOC + ∟BOD = 266°, find all the four angles.

C

                                                                                         B A                 O D

8 - HINDI

 

(CIVICS)

 Subject: Social Studies                                                Class: IX CBSE 1.Answer the following questions: a)  How  many seats were reserved for the SC and ST? b)  Define reserved constituencies. c)  Why do we need an election? d)  Define the term election. e)  What is an electoral role? ( Economics) 2.Answer the following: a)  Describe the trends of poverty in India. b)  Analyze poverty based on social division. c)  How is poverty measured? d)  Explain any two causes of poverty. e)  What is poverty?

SUBJECT : Chemistry

CLASS- XI  (CBSE)

1.       Count total No. of  and   bond in the following (a) C2H6   (b) CH2=CH2   (c) H2O    (d) NH2CONH2 2.       Write IUPAC name of the following : (a) CH2 CH2  CH2  CH  CH2  CH2  CH3 I CH3 C  CH3 I CH3 (b) (CH3)3 C  C2H5          (c)            CH3          CH3                                                                                         I           I CH3 CCH2CHCH3 I CH3 (d)              CI                  O                                      (e) I                     II CH3 C CHCH2CH3 I        I CH3  CH3 3.       The specific heat of a gas is 0.313 jg-1 at constant volume. If the molar mass of the gas is 40 calculate the atomicity of the gas. 4.       Write the name of Hybridization in the following: (a) CH4   (b) C2H4   (c) PCI5   (d) IF7 5.       A system absorbs 500 j of Heat and does 200 J of work on surrounding. Calculate the change in internal energy of the system. 6.       In the reaction PCI5(g) PCI3(g) + CI2(g) what is the sign of work done ? 7.       Define the following (a) Enthalpy  (b) Gibbs free energy. 8.       Wxplain the relation between H and E 9.       Entropy change for the transition of liquid water to vapour is 109 JK-1 mol-1 at 373k. Calculate the change in enthalpy for the process. 10.     Explain the following     (a) Entropy of sublimation (b) Entropy of                                                                               SLC SECTION  1 3 ASSIGNMENT for 22nd Dec 2013 CLASS :4     SUBJECT: COMPUTER I. Answer the following questions:- A. What is the use of recycle bin ? B.  Why do we need folders ? C . What is GUI? D. What is a desktop ? E. What is an Icon? II. Fill in the blanks:- A . ____________ is used to organize files on a disk . B . The small picture representing an item on a desktop is called ______________ . C . All the opened drives, programs and folders names appear on the ____________ . III. State True or False :- A . The deleted files or folders can be restored back from my document . B . File is a collection of data stored on a storage device with a unique name . C . We cannot move file from one location to another .  

Class: V (SLC)

Subject: Social Studies

  1. 1.      Answer these questions:                                                                                 

a)      What percent of land is covered by Himalyana, Hilly and Terai region? b)     What are the three physical regions of Nepal? c)     Why is the Terai called “the storehouse of grains of Nepal”? d)     What type of vegetation grows in the region where you live? e)     What are the benefits of looking after the forests? Write in points. f)      Name some industries which get raw materials form the forests.

 

  Class:VI(SLC)                                    Sub: English                                      1. You are Aditi of class VIA. You lost your new geometry box in the class. Draft a notice for the same. 2. Write a letter to your friend describing your school and your friends. 3. Answer the following: i. Computers already have remarkable capacities. What are they? ii. Ray Kursweil has made several predictions. What are they? iii. Some scientists are not at ease with the developments in the field of computers. What are their concerns? 4. Fill in the blanks with suitable reflexive pronouns. i. Aastha completed her work___________. ii. Tara, do you classwork ________________. iii. Boys played __________ . iv. The cat played a ball ___________. v. You should help _________. vi. He tried to climb __________. Subject: Maths                                                                                                                                  Class: VII A DEFINE 1. Isosceles triangle    2. Median of triangle   3. Pythagoras theorem 4. Pythagoras triplets 2. Which of the following are Pythagoras triplets? 7, 24, 25           16, 12,20 3. Find the length of the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle  whose base and perpendicular are 1.5 m and 2m. 4. Find the length of the  diagonal of a rectangle whose length is 12 cm and breadth is 5 cm. Find the perimeter of the following:- a. square with side .06 km. b. A circle with radius 3.5cm c. A window shop in the shape of a rectangle surmounted by an isosceles triangle as shown in the diagram: 5 5 2 4                                     4 5.A wire in the shape of a circle of radius 10cm, its rebent to form a square . Find the side of the square formed. 6.The length of the hour hand of a clock  is 4.9cm. Find thedistance travelled by the tip of the hour hand in a week.sss

 

Class: VIII A                                       Sub: Maths                                                                                                                                      1.. Prove that:- 2. If sinα=that tanα= 3. Define scalar matrix with an example. 4.a. Construct a  2×2 matrix whose elements  is given by =2i-j. b. If A= and B=: Find 3A+4B. 5.a. Find the coordinate of the points on the X-axis which are at a distance of 5 unit from (5,4). 6.a Find the range of the following data:-

Marks 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70
student 12 14 17 15 13

b. Find the 1st quartile of the given data/;- 12,45,20,28,40,15,30  7. Prove that:-  8.If 3sinα+4cosα=5, show that tanα= 9.Prove that:-                        10Find the value of xand y:-     = 11If A=  Class: X (SLC)                                                                                              Subject: Social Studies

  1. Suppose you are the chairperson of a political party. Prepare an election manifesto to be published on a newspaper.
  2. Write a report on any historical, religious or geographical sites under the following sub topics.
    1. Introduction
    2. Methods
    3. Objectives
    4. Findings
    5. Conclusion

 

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Assignment for 15th Dec 2013

Subject: – Accountancy                                                                                                             Class: XI Commerce)  

  1. Briefly describe Bank Reconciliation Statement.
  2. State any three causes of difference between Cash book and Pass Book balances.
  3.  Why is Trial Balance prepared?
  4. Explain in briefly the various types of accounting errors.
  5. From the following information prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement as on 31st December 2008
    1. Debit balance as per Cash book Rs.10000
    2. A cheque issued of Rs. 500 in favour of Karan has not been presented for payment.
    3. A cheque of Rs.800 deposited in the bank has not been credited in the Pass book
    4. Insurance premium of Rs.300 paid as per Standing order by the bank was not recorded in Cash book.
    5. Customer directly deposited Rs.8000 in the bank account of seller.
    6. Intrest on Investment collected by bank Rs.250.

 

  1. Prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement showing adjustment between Cash book and Pass book as on 31st March 2005Prepare Trial balance as on 31st March for the following Ledge account balance
    1. On 31st March  2005 Pass book showed a credit balance of Rs.6000
    2. A cheque issued amounting Rs.1500 and Rs. 900 but the cheque of Rs. 1500 was only presented for payment.
    3. A cheque of Rs.800 paid into the bank but not yet credited in Pass book.
    4. Pass book credited Rs.100 for interest was not recorded in Cash book.
    5. Bank charge recorded twice in cash book Rs.200

Purchase                  104000            Sundry Debtors                     18550 Building                      62000  Sales                           149000 Purchase return       8900    Rates and taxes       780 Cash at bank                        1560    Carriage inward      650 Salaries                       3900    Opening Stock                     25000 Drawings                   7950    Sundry Creditors       8300 Sales return               5360    Furniture                     15600 Cash in hand                        390      Capital                                   85000 Carriage                    260      Rent received                      2990 Insurance                  2100    Bad debts                  260 Factory Wages                     5830  

  1. Pass the necessary Journal entries to rectify the following errors:
    1. A credit sale of Rs. 1700 to Ram was recorded as Rs. 7100
    2. A credit sale of Rs. 5200 to Mohan was recorded as sales to Krishna
    3. Furniture purchase for Rs .30000 was posted to Machinery account.
    4. Purchase Machinery for Rs. 50000 was posted in Purchase Book.
    5. A credit sale of Rs. 5000 to Ram was omitted to be recorded in the book.

Subject: Biology

Class: X

  1. What are the common features that appear both in boys and girls on sexual maturation?
  2. How does reproduction help in providing stability to population of a species?
  3. Draw a diagram of: a) Spore formation in Rhizopus.      B) Regeneration in planaria.
  4. Why are the testes extra-abdominal in location?
  5. Can you think of reasons why more complex organisms cannot give rise to new individuals through regeneration?

Assignment of class XI Science for 15th Dec 2013  Subject :Physics                                                                                                              Session : 2012-13 Q .1. What do you mean by elasticity ? Q .2. Differentiae  between stress and strain. Q .3. Define Hook’s law. Q .4. Define Young’s modulus and derive its expression. Q .5. The length of a wire is 160 cm and radius 1 mm. The mass suspended from the wire 2kg, then the length of the wire increases 10 cm. Find Young’s modulus of the material of the wire. Q .6. An iron wire of breadth  1.5 cm , depth 1 cm and length 80 cm. If 8kg of mass is suspended from thr middle of the wire , find the maximum depression of the wire. Given Y = 20× 1011 dyne/cm2 Q .7. A wire of length  L  and area of cross section  A is in stress  S . If the stress is given to the wire with in the elastic limit of the wire then prove that the increase of potential energy is s2/2Y per unit volume of the wire. Q .8. Define pascal’s law and derive the equation . Q .9. Prove p2 = p1 +hρg   to show the variation of pressure with depth. Q .10.What is the mathematical form of Archimede’s Principle. Q .11. Prove ɳ = -F for a viscous liquid.

Class :  VII A

Sub : S.St

Answer the following questions: 1. What to you understand by ‘Mesopotamia’? 2. What was the contribution made by the Sumerians to the development of human civilization? 3. How long did Solomon rule? 4. Who is the first Hsia king? What was he famous for? 5. When did the recorded history of china begin? 6. List out the achievement shale dynasty rule in china? 7. Who invented Israel and Jeddah and when? 8. How long did the Chou king rule in china?

Class: IV A                                                                                                                                            Subject: Maths

      1.  Find the profit:

 A ) CP= Rs 659 and SP=Rs 734

 B ) CP=Rs 325 and SP=Rs 567

 C ) CP=Rs 450 and SP=Rs 625

      1.  Find the loss:

 A ) CP= RS 56            and SP= Rs 45

 B )  CP= RS 1200 and SP= Rs 1050

 C ) CP= Rs 795 and SP= Rs 695

      1.  Find the lost price:

 A )SP=Rs 762 and Profit=Rs 80

 B ) SP= Rs 679 and Loss = Rs 69

 C ) Sp= Rs 1250 and loss= Rs 70

      1.  Find the selling price:

 A ) CP= Rs 582 and Profit= Rs 83

 b) CP= Rs 148 and Loss = Rs 98

 c) CP= Rss 976 and profit =Rs 106

 5. Convert into Centimeter :

 A ) 2 m 16 cm

 B ) 7 m

 C ) 1 m 19 cm

 6.Convert into meter and centimeter:

 A )623 cm

 B ) 801 cm

 C )888 cm

 7. Convert into millimeter:

 A ) 6 m 24 cm

 B )2 m 21 cm

 C )7 m 218 cm

 Subject: Maths

Class: 1-A(SLC)

1. Colour the clouds that shows repeated addition:

 2. Change to multiplication:

 2+2+2=6            3×2=6

 3+3+3+3+3=15       …………………………

 

4+4+4+4=16 …………………………………….

 5+5+5+5+5=25     …………………………………..

 6+6=  12          ……………………………….

 7+7+7= 21   …………………………………………..

   

.Change to repeated addition:

 5×3=15  ………………………………………..

 

2×6=12   ……………………………………………

 9×2=18   …………………………………………….

 8×4=32   ……………………………………………..

 

5×5=25  ………………………………………………

 

 4.Match  the following:

 1 times 3                           4×6                                            

 3  times 4                           2×5                               

 5 times 2                            3×1                                      

 6 times 4                             4×3

 5. Write a multiplication sentence:

                                       +                                            =_____________

                             +                                         +                                        =______

 6. Word Attack

    One rabbit has 2 ears, how many ears do 4 rabbit has?

  One boy has 2 legs, how many legs do 4 boy has?

 7. How many

 8. Color all the clouds that have zero object.

 

MATHS ASSIGNMENT

Class: I (CBSE)    Date: 15-12-2013 (1)    What comes next in the given patterns :- a   ©¨©¨©¨ b    ”¥–¥– c    DODODO d    ­¯­¯­ e     ABABA (2) Put a    or a X :-
  •  2 x 3 = 6 .
  •  3 x 3 = 10
  •  4 x 4 = 16
  •  5 x 2 = 20
  •  8 x 5 = 40

(3)  Fill in the blanks :- 2 x 5 = 10 x 2 = 4 x 6 = 6 x 3 = 2 x 8 = 4 x 9 = 2 x 7 = 3 x 9 = 1 x 9 = 4 x 0 =

II cBSE

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3rd Weekly Test Assignment for 15th Dec 2013

Class :II (SLC)                                                                                                                     Sub: Science

1

Fill in the blanks:  
     

a.

Bones are joined at the ___________________.  
     

b.

Bones move with the help of ___________________.  
     

c.

All the bones together forms the ___________________  

 

   

d.

Exercise makes the muscles ___________________.  

 

   

e.

___________________ is changing of water into steam or vapour.  

 

   

f.

Water is ___________________  
     

g.

To remove dirt from water we should ___________________ it.  
     

2

State True or False:  
     

a.

Leave the tap open while brushing teeth.___________________  
     

b.

We must not waste even a drop of water.___________________  
     

c.

Water can change into gas or ice.___________________  
     

d.

Drinking water is purified in waterworks.___________________  
     

e.

We have 206 muscles in our body.___________________  
     

3.

Answer the following questions:  
     

a.

How does regular exercise help you to be strong and healthy?  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     

 

________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     

b.

What work does the skeleton do?  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  

c.

What is the main source of water?  

 

   

 

________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     

d.

What is posture?  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  

 

   

 

________________________________________________________________________  

 

   

 

________________________________________________________________________  

 

   

e.

What is the correct posture of standing?  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     
  ________________________________________________________________________  
     

4

Colour and Label(in the boxes) the Water Cycle:  
     
                                                                           
     
     
 
 
 
     
     
     
 
 
 
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
     
     

       

 

                                 

Weekly Assignment for 15th Dec 2013

Subject: Social Study

Class: III (CBSE)

  1. Tick (√) the correct option:
    1. The local bodies in villages are called the:

………Municipal committees ………Gram Panchayat ……….Gram Sewak/Sewika ……….None of these.

  1. What is the minimum age for voting?

….…16 years  ……..18 years   ….….14 years   …..20 years

  1. How many members are there in Panchayat?

…..Five   ………Fifteen   .……..Twenty-five  ………one

  1. Who is the head of the Municipal committee?

……………chairman       ……………..mayor ……………councillor      ……………..none of those

  1. Municipal committees in big metro cities are known as

………Gram Panchayat ………Municipal corporations ………Panchayats ……….None of these

  1. Tick (√) the right answer:
  1. Sarpanch is the head of the (Gram/Panchayat………../Sardar sabha………..)
  2. A member of the Municipal committee is called the (Panch…………./Councillor…………..)
  3. The head of the Municipal corporation is called the (Councillor…………./Mayor…………..)
  4. The (Mayor………./Chairman……….) is the head of a Municipal committee,
  5. The Gram Panchayat works for the welfare of (all villagers…………/Panchs………..)
  1. Who is the head of the Gram Panchayat?
  2. Why do we need local bodies?
  3. Which are the three local bodies in India?
  4. What do you understand by the word ‘grants’ ?
  5. How is Sarpanch elected?
  6. What is the difference between a Municipal Committee and a Municipal corporation?
  7. Write any five functions of the Municipal committee.
  8. Which local body looks after the welfare of the people of towns and small cities?

Class: III (SLC)

Subject: SST

  1. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words.
    1. Krishna needed help because the bas was very…………………..
    2. The cart man was going to…………………..
    3. Krishna…………..the cartman for help.
    4. Krishna addressed the cart man as …………………….
    5. The cart man allowed him to………………….his cart.
  2. Write True or False:Why did Krishna need help?
    1. The bas was light enough for Krishna to carry………..
    2. He carried the bag himself………………
    3. The cart man refused to help Krishna……………….
    4. It is proper to request others for help……………….
    5. It is proper to request others for help……………….
  3. It is right to help strangers?
  4. Why do people praise Aawesh?
  5. How did Krishna say to the cart man after say to the cart man after he reached home?
  6. What did Krishna say to cart man?
  7. Have you ever helped a stranger? Describe the occasion
  8. Give the right meaning to the following word.

Stranger,  Praise,  Chat

  1. Tick the correct alternatives.
    1. People praise Aawesh because
      1.                      i.      he sings sweetly
      2.                    ii.      he goes to school everyday
      3.                   iii.      he helps everyone
    2. The strangers wanted to meet
      1.                      i.      their friend
      2.                    ii.      Aawesh
      3.                   iii.      The bus driver
    3. The strangers were…………as they didn’t know their way in the city.
      1.                      i.      confused.
      2.                    ii.      glad
      3.                   iii.      excited
    4. Aawesh lived in………………..
      1.                      i.      the bus park
      2.                    ii.      Anandnagar
      3.                   iii.      Kathmandu

Class: IV (CBSE)                                                                                                                   Sub: Maths

  1. 1.      Multiple choice questions:                                                                                                          
  2. Every    number  is a multiple  of
  3.  a. one    b. itself c. zero d.  both i and ii
  • Which of the following numbers  is a factor of  every number

a. 10                               b. 7        c. 1                                  d. 0

  • If   the  last  digit of  a number is …………..the number is divisible by 2

a. one                             b. odd                                            c. even                        d. three

  • The  number which is divisible by 3 is

a. 263                             b.831                                            c.2532                        d. 8402 If   we divide a number by its factor we will get ………….. as remainder. a. one         b. an even number              c. an 0dd number              d. zero  

  • 2.      Fill in the blanks

a. …………is a factor of every number. b. The  smallest prime number…………. c. Multiples of  even numbers are……………. .d.The biggest factor 0f  293 is…………… e…………..is a multiple of every number.

  1. 3.      Find the smallest number that may be subtracted from 6547 so that the number may become4.      Prime factorise the given number by the factor tree method                                                                                
    1. divisible by 5

a.64                               5.Prime factorise   the  given  number by the successive division method a.120 6.Find the H.C.F by the division method. a.24 and 36 7.Find the L.C.M. by the division method a.30 and 40 Class: V (CBSE)             Sub: science

  1. Choose the correct answer.

1.In a human, thinking is done by the: a. cerebrum b. cerebellum    c. medulla         d. spinal cord 2. In which sense organ are the nerve endings sensitive to pressure, heat,cold and pain? a.eye b.ear              c.nose                d.skin 3.A liquid fuel whose fire cannot be put out       using water a. kerosene    b.spirit  c.alcohol           d.milk 4. Fire due to electricity should not be put off  by throwing a.water         b. sand c.mud               d.petrol 5. In case of burn we should wash burnt area with a. hot water  b. warm water  c. cold water                d.dirty water 6.Which part of the eye controls the amount of light entering the eye? a. Lens        b. Iris  c. Cornea                     d. Retina 7. Which of these is a part of  the nervous system? a.brain                     b. spinal cord    c. nerves           d. all of these 8.  In which part of the ear is the eardrum located? a. outer       b. middle          c. inner d. spinal cord 9. Which of these should be avoided in the kitchen? a. electrical gadgets b. cotton clothes c. colleen clothes d. keeping a kerosene stove on the floor 10. A tourniquet is used to a. treat a burn b. treat a minor cut c. stop intense bleeding d. prevent a sprained joint from moving B. Fill in the blanks : 1. The cells that make up the nervous system____________            . 2. The screen in the eyes on which images are formed________. 3. The part of the brain which keeps working even when you sleep______. 4. A twisted joint that swells up and is very painful_________. 5. Small bubble like swelling that form on the skin when it gets burn____________. 6.A disease which can be caused by dog bite___________. 7. Care given to the injured person before the arrival of a doctor or nurse__________. 8. The device to put off fire________________. 9. Deep, dirty wounds can cause disease____________                                                                10. The part of the ear that collects sound______________. C. Answer the following questions. 1. We should not wear nylon clothes in the kitchen. Why?                                                                  2. What is a reflex action?                                                                                               3. Why do we lose our sense of smell when the nose is blocked? 4. Name the three types of nerve cells. Which of these carry signals from the sense organs to the brain? 5. Which sensation is the skin sensitive to? 6. What is the importance of the nervous system? 7. Write one function of cerebrum? 8.How will you treat a sprained ankle? 9. What is first aid? 10.What is sprain?

Third Weekly Test Assignment for 15th Dec 2013

Class :VI (SLC)                                                                                                                   Sub: Maths

1. Solve the inequality 4x+6≥34 (x as a natural number) 2. After 6 years, Mihir will be two times as old as he is now. How old he is now? 3. plot the following points in graph: A(2,7), B(-3,-5), C(-5,0) and D(-4,5). Join the points in order . 4. Draw a quadrilateral and write the name of its vertices, sides and diagonals. 5. What are parallel lines. Draw the figure. 6. Draw a line segment AB which measures 6.7cm using a divider. 7. Define the following: a)Reflex Angle               b)Complete Angle 8. Draw an angle of 2350 and name the angle. 9. What are complementary angles? Find the complement of 570   10. What are the properties of lines.

Third Weekly Test Assignment for 15th Dec 2013

Class :VI (CBSE)                                                                                                                Sub: Maths              

  1. Solve the equation and verify: 2×-3= (5×-12)
  2. solve the equation and verify your answer: 4x+8(x-3)+6 = 36
  3. If 11 is subtracted from four times a number,  the result is 89. Find the number.
  4. Find the two consecutive positive integers whose sum is 63.
  5. A table costs Rs. 200 more than a chair. The price of 2 tables and 3 chairs is Rs 1400. find the cost of each.
  6. Show  on a number line.
  7. Arrange the fractions in ascending order:
  8. Simplify:
  9. Which is greater
  10. Divide the sum of the fractions  by their difference.

Class VIII (SLC) Subject: Physics   1. What do you understand by heat and temperature? 2. What are the three states of matter? 3. What is the effect of heat on matter? 4. What do you understand by anomalous property of water? 5. What is thermometer? Explain its structure with a neat sketch. 6. Why do you use mercury as a thermometer liquid? 7. What is clinical thermometer? 8. Distinguish between heat and temperature. 9. What do you understand by specific hear capacity? 10. What are the methods of transmission of heat? Explain. 11. Write shor notes on:- i. conduction   ii. Convection      iii. Radiation 12. What is the function of maximum minimum thermometer? 13. Give reason:- i. while measuring lower fixe point , thermometer bulb must be inside the    ice pieces. ii. It is better to wear white clothes in summer season. 14. Fill in the blanks:[all from exercise] 15. True or false: [all from exercise]

Civics

1. Give any two example:                                                                                                              a)     Tomb ……………………, ………………………….. b)    Temple ……………………., ………………………… c)     Fort       …………………….., ……………………….. d)    Mahal  ………………………,  ……………………… e)     Mosque ………………………, ………………………  2. Answer the following:                                                                                                               a)     Which is the largest mosque in India? b)    Who built Rajarajeswara temples? c)     What is baoli? d)    Why did kings built monuments? e)     Where is Humayuns tomb located?  (Geography)   Name & draw 5 layers of atmosphere with their average thickness and temperature. Subject :  Maths. Class :VIII ( B and C ) 1.         Rajan can do  a piece of work in 24 days while Amit can do it in 30       days. In how many days can they complete it, if they work together ? 2.         A  and B, working together  can finish a piece of work in 6 days. While             a alone can do it in 9 days. How much time will B alone take to finish      it ? 3.         A,B and C can do a piece of work in 8 days, 12 days and 15 days        respectively. How long will they take to finish it if they work together ? 4.         A,B and C working together can finish a piece of work in 8 hours. A      alone can do it in 20  hours and B alone can do it in 24 hours. In how           many hours will C alone do the same work ? 5.         A can do a piece of work in 14 days while B can do it in 21 days. They             began together and worked at it for 7 days. The, A fell ill and B had to         complete the work. In how many days was the work completed ? 6.         A and B can do a piece of work in 18 days, B and C can do it in 24 days          while C and A can finish it in 36 days. In how many days can A,B and C            finish it, if they all work together. 7.         Three taps A, B and C can fill an overhead tank in 6 hours, 8 hours and             12 hours respectively. How long would the three taps take to fill the        empty tank, if all of them are opened together ? 8.         A cistern has two inlets A and B which can fill it in 6 minutes and 9         minutes respectively. An outlet C can empty the full cistern in 5         minutes. If all the three pipes are opened together in the empty tank,      how much time will they take to fill the tank complete.ss 9.         Angles of a quadrilateral are  ,   ,  and find    . 10        In the given figure, find the value of  . Class IX (SLC)   Subject: Physics   1.  Light can’n be considered as a pure and uniform colour. Why? 2.  What is an electromagnetic spectrum? 3.  Define dispersion of light. What does it refer to? 4.  Draw a labeled diagram showing dispersion of white light with the accurate position of colour of light in the screen. 5.  Which colour will have greater volume in vacuum? Which colour will be of greater speed if a vacuum is replaced by glass? 6.  Write short notes on:       1)Gamma rays 2)Ultraviolet rays          3)Infrared rays 4)X-rays          5)Visible rays             6)Radio rays 7.  Write down the four main properties of electromagnetic waves. 1.  Which rays are considered as heat rays? Why? 2.  How are microwaves used for cooking purposes? 3.  Which are rays used for satellite communications? Why? 4.  Why X-rays are used for medical purposes? 5.  Which rays are used by the doctor to sterilize their instrument? Why? 6.  Gamma rays can also be used for treatment of cancer? Why? 7.  On the visible spectrum which colour has the largest wavelength and which has the smallest wavelength? Class-11 Subject-Economics 1.Calculate correlation coefficient by using “Actual mean method”

x 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
y 4 7 8 9 10 14 18

2.Calculate rank correlation

Marks in Hindi 15 10 20 28 12 10 6 18
Marks in English 10 14 10 12 11 15 18 17

3.Calculate index number by using a)Laspeyre’s method b)Paasche’s method c)Fisher’s method

Commodities Price 2004 Quantity 2004 Price  2011 Quantity 2011
A 24 8 30 10
B 9 3 10 4
C 16 5 20 8
D 10 3 9 4
         

4.Construct weighted index by price relative method

Items A B C D E
Weight 24 14 8 4 8
Base year(Price) 2 4 6 10 5
Current year(Price) 3 5 9 12 5

5. Calculate correlation coefficient by using “Step deviation method”

Price 5 10 15 20 25
Demand 40 35 30 25 20

6.Calculate simple index number by using simple aggregative method

Commodity A B C D E
2000 Price(P0) 50 40 10 5 2
2005 Price(P1) 80 60 20 10 6

7.Prepare  multiple bar diagram

Faculty No. of students
2008-9 2009-10 2010-11
Arts 600 550 500
Science 400 500 600
Commerce 200 200 300

8.Present the data by circular diagram

Items of expenditure Food Clothing Housing Fuel and Light Others
Percentage of expenditure 65 15 12 5 3

9.Draw “less than” and “more than” Ogive curve

Marks 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30
No. of students 7 10 20 13 12 19

10.Calculate mean

Expense 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69
Frequency 10 8 6 4 2

11. Calculate mode

Size 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35
Frequency 1 2 10 4 10 9 2

12. Calculate mean deviation about mean

Profit 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50
Frequency 5 10 15 20 25

13. Calculate standard deviation and C.V.

Marks 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60
Frequency 2 4 5 9 10 5

14.Construct Lorenz curve

Profit 6 25 60 84 105 150 170 400
Firm A 6 11 13 14 15 17 10 14
Firm B 2 38 52 28 38 26 12 4

15. Calculate  quartile deviation and coefficient of quartile deviation

Wage 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30
No. of workers 4 6 3 8 12 7

Class – X                       Sub : Science (Physics)        Date: 15th Dec 2013

 Q.1. What do you mean by aperture of spherical mirrors ?  Q.2. Differentiate between regular and irregular reflection.  Q.3. Prove for a concave mirror R = 2f  Q.4. Write two uses of a concave mirror where virtual image forms ?  Q.5. Draw a ray diagram of image formed by a concave mirror, when an object is between P and F.  

maths

Class: XII

Subject: Biology

  1. What is apiculture? How is it important in our lives?
  2. Briefly describe various steps involved in plant breeding.
  3. What is meant by the term “breed”?  What are the objectives of animal breeding?
  4. Give examples to prove that microbes release gases during metabolism.
  5. How do biofertilizers enrich the fertility of the soil?
  6. Do eukaryotic cells have restriction endonuclease?
  7. Explain briefly PCR.

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Class I- EVS

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

Weekly test Assignment – 2013-14

Class :II A (SLC)  Sub: Social Studies       Assignment for weekly test on 12-12-13                                                                                                      NAME:- _______________________________________               Roll No /SEC :- ____________  

1.

Answer the following questions:
   

a.

Where does Kanti live.
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________

b.

What is bensi?
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________

c.

How were they able to save their life?
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________

d.

How do you co-operate with your school friends?
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________

e.

What kind of land is called ‘tar’?
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________
  ______________________________________________________________________________________

f.

Where do you live in the mountain or in the terai?

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

g.

Who were in danger?

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

2

Fill in the blanks:
   

a.

Co-operation makes life _________________. (easy/hard)

b.

We should maintain ________________relationship with our neighbours.(good, bad)

c.

Life is ______________________ in the mountain region. (easy/difficult)

d.

In mountain region population is ______________ (thin, thick)

d.

“Give and take” is ________________________. (co-operation/non co-operation)
   
3 Match the following:

a.

Very high place on the earth surface                           samatala
   

b.

Co-operation                                                                parbat
   

c.

Flat or plain land                                                          help given to someone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

Write true or false :

a.

Life is easy in the Terai. _____________

b.

We should never help a neighbour. ______________

c.

We should never refuse to sit with our sick classmates. ____________

d.

People go easily from place to place in the mountain. ___________

e.

We should encourage children to learn co-operation._________________

f.

There is no mountain in Kanti’s place.______________________

g.

It is very expensive to build roads in the mountain.________________

h.

The letter is written by Kanti.___________________

i.

We should never respect out neighbours.______________________

       

Assignment for Weekly Test (12-12-13)

Class: VII A(SLC)

Subject: EPH

Answer the following questions: 1. What are the major effects of population growth? 2. What are the economic effects of population growth? 3. What are the effects of environmental degradation? 4. What is the relationship between forest and the environment? 5. What is athletics? 6. List the major skills of long jump. 7. What is the air composed of ? 8. What are the main agents of water pollution? 9. Why is water so important for life? Explain.

 

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

 Third Weekly Test Assignment – 2013-14

Class :IX (SLC)                                                                                                                   Sub: Comp   Date: 12-12-13                                                                                                                                 Q1. What are the system files of MS-DOS? Q2. List the rules for naming a file in MS-DOS. Q3.What is a file? What is the importance of an extension of a file? Q4. Differentiate file and directory. Q5. Differentiate root directory and sub-directory. Q6. What is wildcard? What is the use of a wildcard? Q7. Differentiate website and web-page. Q8. Differentiate container tag and element tag. Q9. What is Inter page hyperlink? Can an image be used as a hyperlink? Q10. Mention the importance of tables in html documents. Q11. What is program development cycle? Explain in detail. Q12. Differentiate algorithm and flowchart. Q14. Write an algorithm to check whether a number is even or odd. Q15. Why is Q-BASIC called an interpreted language? Q16. What is logical operator? Explain its types in detail. Q17. Explain the two methods of variable declaration with example. Q18.What is keyword? Explain with example. Q19. What is a character set in Q-BASIC? Q20. How many types of data are used in Q-BASIC?

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

ASSIGNMENT FOR CLASS 10A   (Maths1 )                            DATED-15.12.13 1. Find the volume of ice cream in a cone filled with it whose upper part is a hemisphere given that the slant height of the cone is 25cm and its radius is 7cm. 2.  Find the TSA of the solid object given in the diagram 88cm 80cm 3. The curved surface area and the height of a cylinder are 616 sq cm and 14cm respectively. Find the radius of the cylinder and volume. 4. A combined solid made up of a cylinder of radius 3cm and the length h cm and a radius as the cylinder has volume of 792 cm3. Find the value of h. 5. Construct a quadrilateral ABCD, where AB=3.5cm, BC=4.2cm,AC=6.3 cm,CD=2.5cm and AD=5.2cm. 6. Construct a parallelogram PQRS where PQ=5.6cm, QR=4.5cm and <PQR=600. 7. Construct a quadrilateral ABCD, where AB=3.6cm, BC=4.5cm,AC=6.5cm,  CD=3.2cm and AD=5.5cm. Now construct a triangle equal in area to the quadrilateral. 8. Construct a triangle ABC in which AB=4.2cm, BC=5.4cm and AC=5.8cm Construct a parallelogram with an angle 600 and its area is equal to the triangle. 9. Find the TSA of a solid pyramid with a square base, where length of the side is 10cm and the vertical height of the pyramid is 4cm. 10. Construst a quadrilateral PQRS having PQ=QR=5.9cm, RS=PS=6.1cm and <QPS=750 and then construct a ΔPST which equal in area to the given quadrilateral.

Third Weekly Test Assignment for 12th Dec 2013

Class:X(SLC)                                                                                                                       Sub: Comp   

Q1. What is multimedia? Explain any two fields where it is used. Q2. Explain the importance of MODEM in network. Q3. Write any two ways of computer network. Q4. What is backup? Why is it important? Q5. What is cyber law? List any two points of computer ethics. Q6. What is video conferencing? Q7. What is chatting? Explain. Q8. What is an URL? Q9. What is Apple-Talk? Explain. Q10. What is an ARCnet? Explain. Q11. Convert : i>(457)8=(?)16 ii>(210)16=(?)10 Q12. Perform: a)      1110011+101 b)     1101001*110 c)     110101-10101 d)     11010111/101 Q13. List any five commandments of computer ethics. Q14. Why is backup of data is important in computer? Q15. What is salami saving and plagiarism? Q16. What is hacking and cracking?

(For Weekly Test December 8, 2013 )

Class I- EVS IA - ScienceIA - Science- page 2 IA - Science- page 3IA - Science- page 4 Class: V (SLC)                                                                                                                       Sub: Computer  I.    Choose the correct option   :-                                                                                                              a.      Main memory is also called             1. Internal memory        2. Primary memory       3. Both  (1)and (2)       4. None                        b. It is a permanent memory             1.    RAM                    2. ROM                       3. Both (1) and (2)       4. None c. It controls all the working of all parts of computer    1. ALU                        2. CU                           3. MMU                      4. None      d.The speed of computer depends mainly upon its _____________

  1. Input unit            2. Output Unit              3. Microprocessor        4. SMPS

 II. Write the full form of   :-                                                                                                              

  1. ALU
  2. CPU
  3. SMPS
  4. ROM
  5. RAM
  6. CAD
  7. PC
  8. CU

 III. Fill in the blanks   :-                                                                                                                    

  1. The ___________ is the main circuit board of a computer.
  2. Microprocessor is also called ____________ of the PC.
  3. _____________ is the part of CPU that stores immediate data and instructions
  4. The ________ is permanent memory .
  5. The contents of __________ can be read only .
  6.  The programs is first loaded into the _________ and only then can it be run .

IV . Write ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false statement: -                                                                      

  1. The mother board is the house of all the other circuit boards.
  2. System board is also known as Motherboard.
  3. Mother board is the brain of the computer.
  4. ALU stores data and instructions temporarily.
  5. When a PC is shut down, the contents of ROM is erased.

 V . Answer the following questions  :-                                                                                                           a. What is system unit ?             b. Why is mother board so important in the computer  ?             c. Why is Rom called permanent memory?             d. Why is RAM called temporary memory?  VI . Write the function of   :-                                                                                                

  1. CPU
  2. ALU
  3. CU
  4. Registers

ASSIGNMENT ON SCIENCE                                     CLASS VI CBSE

I. Label the different parts of human skeleton on a printed diagram. II. Answer the following questions: 1.Which is the longest human bone? 2. What is a ball and socket joint? 3. What are floating ribs? 4. Name all the joints found in the human body. 5. Give an example of hinge joint.

CLASS VI (SLC)  Answer the following questions:  1. What is saturated solution?  2. Define solubility.  3. Differentiate between the following:  Physical change and chemical change  Reversible change and irreversible change  4. Give two examples of each of the following:  a. physical change         b. chemical change c. reversible change      d. irreversible change 5.Why does a railway track have expansion joints?      ASSIGNMENT WEEKLY TEST    (2013-2014)        CLASS Vll B,C,D                                SUBJECT – SCIENCE Answer these question  1 Name the substance present in blood which transport oxygen .  2 Name the muscles partition between thoracic cavity and abdominal cavity in humans . 3 Fermentation in yeast converts glucose into which commercial product . 4 Accumulation of which substance cause muscles cramps .  5 Write difference between respiration of plants and animals .  6 Define anaerobic respiration .  7 What is breathing ? 8 What is respiration ? 9 Explain cellular respiration in animals . 10 Write about the role of diaphragm in human breathing . Class: VIII (CBSE)                                                                                                                 Sub: SST                                                                                                                                    

Civics

1. Answer the following question: a)    Mention the criteria to become the judge of High court. b)    Define original jurisdiction. c)    Mention the hierarchy of judicial structure of India. d)    Who appoints the chief justice of High court. e)    Define civil and criminal case. f)     Define subordinate court.                                             (Geography) In the outline map of India identify and write the names of the states with their capital at their respective places. Class-VIIA

Subject-Science

A. Answer the questions in detail:     1) Write a short note on the lifecycle of silkworm.           2) Enumerate a few health problems associated with sericulture.           3) Describe the process of silk production in a stepwise manner.           4) Explain in detail the process of converting wool to yarn. Class – 8 A(S.L.C) Subject: Com. Maths

1. If the perimeter of a square field is 128 cm , find its area.

2. A circumference of a circular park is 66m. find ite radius and diameter.

3. Find the area of the shaded region:-

4.Find the Volume of the given prism:- 5. If the perimeter of circle is 44 cm. Find its diameter. 6. The radius of the circular base of a cylinder is 5.6 cm and its height is 20cm. Find its volume. 7. Find the area of the given figure:-  8. Find the lateral surface area and the total surface area of the given triangular prism. 9. The curved surface area of the cylinder is 1232 cm2 and the radius of its circular base is 9.8 cm.  (i) Find the height of the cylinder. (ii) Find its total surface area 10. The length of a rectangular ground is three times its breadth. If the perimeter of the ground is 96 m. Find the cost of growing grass on it at Rs 12per square meter. 11. 320 m  of wire is required to fence a rectangular field with four rounds. If the breadth of the ground is 15 m, find its area. 12. Find CSA, TSA and volume of the given figure :-

  13. The radius of a  circular base of a cylinder tank is 70 vm and its height is 1m. How many litres of water does it hold? (1 litre=1000cm3).

Subject: Maths Class: IX (B and C) 1.Find the value of K, if x=2 , y=1 is a solution of the equation 2x + 3y = K.Express y in terms of x and find                 the value of y when x = -1.   2.Write three different solutions of 2x + y = 7. 3.Express y in terms of x in the equation x + 2y = 8.Find the points where the line cuts x-axis & y-axis.  4.Solve for x :3x – 12+    = 2 (x – 1).What type of graph will it have ? 5. Find the points where the line ax + by + c = 0 cuts x-axis & y-axis. 6.If x = -2 , y Draw the graph of y=3 as an equation = 6 is a solution of equation 3ax +  2ay = 6 then find     the value of b from   2(a – 1) + 2(3b –4) =4 . 7.Given the point (1,2),find the equation of a line on which it lies .How many such equations are there ? Write the equation in the form of ax+ by=c=0. 8.Draw the graph of y=3 as an equation in one variable and two variables. 9. Draw the graph of x=3y-4. Find the   a.value of y when x=-1                                     b. .value of x when y=5 10. Draw the graph of  equations 2x+3y=-5 &x+y=-1on the axes.Find the co-ordinates of the point of    Intersection of the two lines.    

Class – 9 A(S.L.C)

Subject: OPT Maths

1. If the point (5,6) , (4,5) and (3,k) are collinear , Find the value of  k. 2. Find the equation Of the line when:-     a. m=4    slope=1/2    b. x-intercept (a)=4 , y-intercept (b)=3   c. p=5, angle of perpendicular= 1200 3.For what value of  ‘k’ will the point 92,-1) lie on the curve  kx2 – 2y2 -2x -2y -3 =0 ?                                  4. Find the locus of a point which moves so that its distance from y-axis is equal to its distance from the point (2, 2).                                                                                                                                                                 5. Find the angle of inclination of the line passing through (a,b) and (b,a).                                                      6. Show that the points  (4,0) , (2,3) and (8,-6) are collinear.                                                                          7.Find the equation of a line when slope =3 and y-intercept = -5.                                                                       8. A(1,2) and B(5,3) are two fixed points. Find the locus of a moving point so that PA:PB= 2:3.              9. A(-7,0) and B(7,0) are two fixed points. Find the locus of a moving point P at which AB subtends right angle.                                                                                                                                                               10. In the figure along side AB=BC  <BAC=900. IF BC is parellel to x-axis , Find the slope of BC , AC and AB.

ASSIGNMENT FOR CLASS X (CBSE)

 

 

 

Ch 7 : Creating Lists

 

  1. 1.      Write the functions of the following tags of HTML

i)        <UL>,  ii)  <OL>,        iii)  <LI>  

  1. 2.      What is the function of <TYPE> and <START> attribute?

     

Ch 9 : Inserting Images, Hyperlinks, and Anchors

 

  1. 1.      What are the most widely used image formats in HTML document? Write their full forms.
  2. 2.      What are the attributes of <IMG> tag? Write their functions.
  3. 3.      What are the basic table tags in HTML? Write their functions.
  4. 4.      What is the function of CELLPADDING and CELLSPACING attribute of <TABLE> tag?
  5. 5.      Write the function of ROWSPAN and COLSPAN attribute.
  6. 6.      Write the HTML code to create the following table:

Roll

Class X

Sec-A

Sec-B

1

Aman

Swati

 

  1. 7.      What is Hyperlink? Write the HTML code to create a hyperlink.
  2. 8.      What are the different attributes of an Anchor element? Write their functions.
  3. 9.      What do you understand by Internal and External link?
  4. 10.  Can you convert an image to an hyperlink? If yes, What HTML code would write to create the image ‘SKY.JPEG’  an hyperlink of the document ‘SPACE.HTML’, which is in the ‘D:\MY_WEBSITE’ folder.

English Assignment

Class XI

  A. The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line against which a blank is given. Write the incorrect word and the correction in your answer sheet as given below against the correct blank number. Remember to underline the word that you have supplied. i) Children love picnics and outings of their parents                                            e.g. of with though they are equally happier doing things with                                               (a) __________ them around the house. A parent may make                                                      (b) __________ his child feels special by following some simple                                      (c) __________ rituals, Bed times stories, the game of cards or                                       (d) __________ simply talking and laugh together before going to                                                (e) __________ bed-some give children a wonderful sense                                                         (f) __________ of well being. They hardly ever forgot these moments                             (g) __________ and cherish them throughout these lives.                                                             (h) __________   ii) Medha Patekar had been venturing into the forests since                                (a) _______ a long time, warnings from colleagues not with holding                           (b) _______ But she ensured that her team would abide in her                                               (c) _______ regulations strictly, lest they will land themselves in                                 (d) _______ hazardous situations. Many a times her forest related                             (e) _______ sense, which was superior than that of her                                                         (f) _______ team members, proved its worthy by preventing                                                (g) __________ disasters so saving many lives.                                                               (h) __________   iii) I will never forget one of my childhood                                                          (a) __________ experience, I was trying to, climb a tree                                                             (b) __________ When my foot slipped and I fell and faint.                                                          (c) __________ My friends could not see me breathing and thought I had dead               (d) _____ They all run away and left me. Mean while I regained                             (e) __________ consciousness and found that I could not more nothing                           (f)__________ I could neither get up or cry for help.                                                     (g) __________ I was having a terrible headache and pain in the back.                            (h)__________   iv) Advertisements can be extreme useful if they                                                 (a) __________ are useful. Obviously those can help you to                                                        (b) __________ decide what to buying. For example, if you break                                              (c) __________ your pen and want to buy other, the first thing                                        (d) __________ should be to look at much advertisements.                                                         (e) __________ This may help you to chose the best type. However                                           (f) __________ advertisements can be harm if they try to exploit                                                (g) __________ the public. It has been founded that young people                                              (h) __________ especially teenagers are affected the most.   B. Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet. e.g. : Children / vacations / can’t / for fun / meant / are / compromise/ and Vacations are meant for fun and children can’t compromise.   i) comes from / the / most of / flavour / its / of / aroma / food. ii) grew up / of the / amidst / Siddharth / pleasure / the / at / royal court /Kapilvastu. iii) measured / intensity / in / decibel / Noise / is / units. iv) and / eased up / tourist / study / visas / has / America / for Indians. v) high levels / contains / and sugar / of / junk food / fat / salt. vi) On adequate / and / depends / preparation / indomitable / success /determination. vii) Amendment Bill 2006 / passed / the juvenile / on / Justice / August 8,2006 / The Parliament. viii) West Bengal Bhutan/ The technical / are / at / network / the / currently/ an / railway / advanced stage / studies / for. ix) As soon as / arrested / the / were / terror / suspects / plot / all the / and / was thwarted. x) unaffected / the 2004 / was / Java island / by / tsunami xi) because of / Delhi / earthquakes / its locations / prone to / is. xii) debate / is not / or a / test / group / formal / discussion / discussion / a xiii) to save / the working / the counselors / couples / should / regularly / their marriage / consult. xiv) major / cotton / the textile / shortage of / a / industry / is / good quality / facing. xv) to / all / should be / schools / these students / transferred / English medium / other.

English Assignment

Class XII

A. You are Brinda/ Bharath. You worked as a volunteer in the Literacy campaign organized in your city. Write a report for the school magazine in about 125 words on the effectiveness of the programme highlighting the methods used and the role played by government and non government agencies.   B. Write a letter to the Editor of a national daily inviting the attention of the authorities towards the increasing Environmental pollution in your city.   C. Answer the following questions. 1. What were the indignities that the new girls were subjected to at Carlisle Indian School? 2. On learning that her long hair would be cut the author decided to struggle first. What does this tell us about the author? 3. Why did Bama take half hour to an hour to cover the distance to her home that would normally take only ten minutes? 4. What was the incident that made Bama laugh as well as feel so provoked and angry? 5. Zitkala-Sa’s friend Judewin tells her that it is better to submit to authority. What kind of a person do you think Judewin was? 6. Why did Zitkala-Sa start crying in the dining hall? 7. Why does the author feel ‘Spirit tore itself in struggling for its lost freedom, all was useless’? 8. ‘Now I was only one of many little animals driven by a herder!’ Explain. 9. When and how did Bama come to know of the discrimination faced by the marginalized people? 10. Why didn’t the author want to her hair to be cut short?  

Delhi Public School Biratnagar

English Assignment

Class XII

A. You are Brinda/ Bharath. You worked as a volunteer in the Literacy campaign organized in your city. Write a report for the school magazine in about 125 words on the effectiveness of the programme highlighting the methods used and the role played by government and non government agencies.   B. Write a letter to the Editor of a national daily inviting the attention of the authorities towards the increasing Environmental pollution in iour citi.   C. Answer the following questions. 1. What were the indignities that the new girls were subjected to at Carlisle Indian School? 2. On learning that her long hair would be cut the author decided to struggle first. What does this tell us about the author? 3. Why did Bama take half hour to an hour to cover the distance to her home that would normally take only ten minutes? 4. What was the incident that made Bama laugh as well as feel so provoked and angry? 5. Zitkala-Sa’s friend Judewin tells her that it is better to submit to authority. What kind of a person do you think Judewin was? 6. Why did Zitkala-Sa start crying in the dining hall? 7. Why does the author feel ‘Spirit tore itself in struggling for its lost freedom, all was useless’? 8. ‘Now I was only one of many little animals driven by a herder!’ Explain. 9. When and how did Bama come to know of the discrimination faced by the marginalized people? 10. Why didn’t the author want to her hair to be cut short?  

 Vacation Home work

Class III SLC Practice 10 pages of hand writing in grammar book. Do first three comprehension given in the grammar book. Class III CBSE Complete the following comprehension given in grammar book: 1)      We three 2)      Mullah nassaruddin 3)      Child’s thought From work book do ch 5,6,7 Class IV SLC From grammar book ch-26 Comprehension 1,2,3,4 pg no-90 to93 . write only the anwers after reading the comprehension in grammar note book. Class IV CBSE Complete the following comprehension given in grammar book: 1)      The snow drop 2)      The icecream dragon. 3)      The apple tree. From work book do ch 7 and 8 Class V SLC Class V CBSE Class VI SLC 1. Write a letter to your friend inviting him or her to your house to attend your birthday party. 2. Write a fact file on ‘The importance of newspaper’. Use the text in page 116 as your model. 3. Write the poem “MY ROBOT’S MISBEHAVING” in cursive handwriting. (Note: Do the assignment in your English exercise book) Class VI CBSE 1.   a)  Informal   Letter writing  no.-1,2,3                     (from the exercise of practice paper). b)  Bio-sketch writing  no.-1,2,3,4              (from the exercise of practice paper). 2.  Project work  – Draw or paste 10 pictures related to ‘ Rainy Season ‘ in an A4 size paper and write down          your name, class, section, roll number on the top of the paper. 3.  Assignment -             Write down an essay on the experience of  your Puja vacation in an A4 size paper. Write          down your name, class, section, roll number on the top of your paper. Class VII SLC Select any three from the following: 1. Write a paragraph on the ‘Festivals in Nepal’. 2. Collect 8 Know your English news item from the newspaper and paste it. 3. Read an adventure story and make My Dictionary with about 30 words, phrases and idioms used in it. 4. Write an essay on the importance of being informed about natural disasters. (Refer page 109) (Note: Do the assignment in your English exercise book) Class VII CBSE

  • Pick up newspapers of the week gone by. Identify five major headlines and note them in your note books. Write the headlines first in the active voice and then in the passive. Pictures related to the headlines to be pasted.

Class VIII SLC a. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper complaining about the noise pollution in your town. b. Use the following words and phrases in sensible sentences of your own: Ignore, flap, put off, landed, curious, put on, look into, accept, along, give up. c. Write a letter to your best friend describing the way you spent your puja vacation. d. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation on ‘Phrases and Clauses’. Class VIII CBSE

  • Section C & D Browse through the various animated movies and select one. Write a short report based on your fact sheet. Use the passive voice where necessary. Pictures related to be pasted.
  • Section B Rules with examples of Direct and Indirect speech

Class IX SLC 1. Prepare a speech for the debate on the topic ‘Teenage is the best age in one’s life’ Or 2. Write an essay on any two of the following in about 200 words.

  1. Importance of Newspaper
  2. Role of youths in development of Country
  3. Discipline in student life

3. Write two articles for the school magazine (essays,short stories,poems,interesting facts,book reviews,travelogues etc.) (Note: Do the assignment in your English exercise book) Class IX CBSE Summary of voyage III and IV of Gulliver’s Travels  Class X SLC

  • Solve the SLC Question Paper (English) of 2069 & 2068

 Class X CBSE Biography and works of Samuel Taylor coleridge  Class XI

  • Prepare the character analysis (in about 200 words) of the following:
    1. Mr Otis,
    2. Virginia and
    3. The Canterville Ghost.

Class XII

  • Your school, Adarsh Vidyalaya, Solan, is organising a lecture by the famous writer Vikram Seth on the occasion of ‘Literacy Week’ being celebrated in your school. Write a notice informing students about the lecture. Invent necessary details.
  • You are Anurag/Aparna of 110,Swasthya Vihar , New Delhi .You wish to let out a portion of your newly built house. Draft an advertisement in not more than 50 words for publication in the “To- Let” column of The Hindustan Times, giving all necessary details .
  • Recent rains have caused havoc in some parts of our country. You are Surya, a member of the social service organization, SEVA MANDIR, Bangalore. Draft a poster requesting people to help the rain and flood affected families physically and economically.

English- Class V SLC Section

English Grammar

  1. Page No. 133- Exercise 8  (A,B & C)
  2. Page No. 134 Exercise 9 (A & B)
  3. Page No. 135 Exercise 10 (A)

Work to be done in the Grammar Copy.

Class V CBSE Section

Raindrops Work book

  1. Page No. 66 – Exercise H (Comprehension)
  2. Page No .64 – Exercise E (Comprehension)
  3. Work to be done in the A4 size paper ( to be given in stick file)

PUJA VACATION ASSIGNMENT                                                                                      (MATHS)   CLASS III  (CBSE )  MULTIPLICATION  1.     Pg- 138 :No. 1 , No. 3 ( ato e ) ,No. 6 ( a , d ) , No. 7 , No. 8

  1. 2.     Pg – 142 :No. 6  ( a , e, j ) , No. 7 , No. 8
  1. 3.     Pg – 143 & 144No. 1 , No. 2 ( a to e ) , No. 4 ( a , c ) , No. 5 , No. 6 , No. 7 , No.8

Class-IIIA Sub- Maths Page:40-12(b,e,f),  Page:42(a,b,c),  Page:46-6(c,f,h),Page:51(b,c),Page:61(c,h,m),Page:64(c,f,i,l),Page:65(d,h,j) Page:69(d,f),Page:78(b,g,l,q),Page:81(c,d,e,I,k,l),Page:15-10(b,c,d) Page:16-11(b,d,f),Page:18(f,h,k,n),Page:19(c,g,m,q),Page:30(b,d,f) Class: IV A Sub: Maths Page:22-(h,k),Page:27(b,d),Page:28-1(c,d),Page:32(k,q) Page:36(b,e,h),Page:52(ii,v),Page:57(f,h),Page:68(b,d) Page:69(b,d),Page:75-B(iii,ix),Page:76(f,h,j), Page:78(3,5),Page:82(e,f,i),Page:84(g,h),Page:85(h,i) Page:91-B(iii,viii,x),Page:106(b,i),Page:107(c,f,i) Class:VA Sub: Maths Page: 17 –(a,g),Page: 18-(c,f),Page: 21-(b,i),Page:23-1(b,c,f) Page: 27-(c,h),Page:38-F(ii,iv),G(iv,v),Page-44(e,f),Page:46-(b,d) Page:51-C(iv,v,vi),Page:52-e-(i),F(ii),Page:54-(d,h,l),Page:56-(c,f,i) Page:66-(h,l),Page:67-(iv,ix),Page:69-A(vii,ix),B(vi,ix),Page:73-(e,f) Page:75(c,f,g),Page:84(b,e,h),Page:85-(a,b) Sub: Maths Class: VB & Vc Page:33-6(a),10,13,Page:39-6(g),8(d),13,Page:43-8(a,c,e) Page:57-6(b),9(c),10(a,e),Page:61-4(a,c),7(a,c),Page:83-4(b,d),5(c,e),Page:92-8(b),9(f),10(c),11(a),Page:95-4(c,d),5(c,d) Page:101-6(b,d),7(e,f),Page:130-11(d,f,h,k),Page:133-4(a,c),5(a,c) CLASS: VI (S.L.C.) Page number 64, Question numbers: 4,5,6,7 Page number 74, Question numbers:1(g,h,I,j),2(g,h,I,j),3(a,b,c,d) Page number 78, Question numbers: 9, 10, 11 Page number 85, Question numbers: 3(g, h, I, j) Page number 87, Question numbers: 2(g, h, I, j), 3(g, h, I, j) Page number 88, Question numbers: 6, 7, 8,9,10 Page number 92, Question numbers: 2(all) (Do homework in vacation copy) CLASS: VI (C.B.S.E.) Page number 81 and 82: Revision Exercise Page number 141 and 142: Revision Exercise (Do homework in vacation copy) CLASS: IX (S.L.C.) Exercise 3.1, Question numbers: 6(q, r, s,t), 22,25,29 Exercise 3.2, Question numbers: 2, 3, 4 Exercise  9.1, Question numbers: 4(s,t,x), 5(k,l), 6(k,l), 7(j,k,l,m) Exercise 9.2, Question numbers: 7(I, j, k, l), 9, 10 Exercise 14.5, Question numbers: 4(c, d, h, i) (Do homework in vacation copy) CLASS: X (S.L.C.) Model Question Paper: 3, 4, 5,6and 7 from 10set model questions. Also practice from other reference books) (Do homework in vacation copy or new copy)

Subject : Maths

VII (CBSE) – Assignment – Solve SA1 question paper Project – Write about angles and its types in A4 size paper. VIII (CBSE) – Assignment – Solve SA1 question paper Project – Make 3D shapes (models) of Cube, Cuboids, Cylinder & Triangular Prism. IX (CBSE) – Assignment – Solve 10 questions each from the following chapters:-

  1.                                                     i.            Polynomial (Identity)
  2.                                                   ii.            Triangles

Project – Write about quadrilaterals, its types and meson its property in A4 size paper.

Subject:  Maths

Class: X (SLC) Complete the SLC question papers of last 4 years in a separate copy. Class: IXA(optional maths) Formative Assessment question paper and the chapter of LOCUS  are to be done in a separate copy. Class: VIIIA(Maths1 & maths2) From the question bank of DLE, complete the last 4 years question papers in a separate copy. Class: VIIA (Maths1) Complete the revision exercise of chapter Algebraic expression and Lines and angles in a separate copy.

Class XII

 

Revise first book completely. There will be a revision test from first book on 14 November, 2013.

 

Vacation Home work

Class X ‘ b &c’

 

1.       Make a project on the life history of any two  Indian Mathematician and their works in mathematics.

Class XI (Science+ Commerce)

 

  1. Find the number of different 8 letters arrangement that can be made from the letters of the word DAUGHTER so thatIn how many of the distinct permutations of the letters in MISSISSIPPI do the four I’s not come together.
    1. all vowels occur together.
    2. all vowels do not occur together?
  2. How many words with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if
    1. 4 letters are used at a time
    2. all letters are used at a time
    3. all letters are used but first letter is a vowel ?
  1. What is the number of ways of choosing 4 cards from a pack of 52 playing cards? In how many of these
    1. four cards are of the same suit.

ii. Four cards belong to the four different suits iii. are face cards iv. cards are of same colour ?     ?

  1. In how many ways can a student choose a programme of 5 courses if 9 courses are available and 2 specific courses are compulsory for every student ?
  2. In how ways can one select a cricket team of eleven from 17 players in which only 5 players can bowl if each cricket team of 11 must include exactly 4 bowlers ?
  3. Find the numbers of words with or without meaning which can be made using all the letters of the word AGAIN. If these words are written as in a dictionary what will be the 50th word ?
  4. In an examination, a question paper consists of 12 questions divided into two parts, i.e. part I and part II containing 5 and 7 questions respectively. A student is required to attempt 8 questions in all, selecting at least 3 from each part. In how many ways can a student select the questions ?
  5. How many 6- digit numbers can be formed from the digits 0,1,3,5,7,and 9, which are divisible by 10 and no digit is repeated ?

10. If the different permutations of  all the letters of the word EXAMINATION  are listed as in a dictionary, how many words are there in this list before the first word starting with E ? 11. Find Hence or otherwise, evaluate 12. Prove that 13. Find ‘a’ if the 17th and 18th terms of the expansion are equal. 14. Expand using Binomial theorem 15. If a and b are distinct integers prove that a-b is a factor of an-bn whenever n is positive integers.

CLASS Vlll (CBSE) SCIENCE

1 Read Chapter  5 2 Explain the following :                      A) Greenhouse effect B) Global warming 3 write about the importance of coal

CLASS   Vll (CBSE)    SCIENCE

1        Read lesson  9 2        Draw awell –labellled diagram of chapter 9 Fig No. 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.9 & 9.11

  Class  Vl  (SLC)  SCIENCE

1   Read CHAPTER 10 2   Write the important definition of page no 102 in notes copy                                                                        Class XI   Sc. 1.Name the four fundamental forces. 2.Define parsec & express it in meters. 3.Draw position time graph for motion with zero acceleration. 4.What is the direction of zero vector? 5.Define horse power. 6.On what factors does the center of mass of a body depends? 7.Explain why a body with large reflectivity is a poor emitter. 8.A physical quantity pressure P is related to four observables a, b, c  as follows: P = M-aL-bT-c Find a,b,c 9.A bullet of mass 0.04 kg moving with a speed of 90 m s-1 enters a heavy wooden block and is stopped after a distance of 60 cm. What is the average resistive force exerted by the block on the bullet? 10.A car moving along a straight highway with a speed of 126 km h–1 is brought to a stop within a distance of 200 m. What is the retardation of the car (assumed uniform), and how long does it take for the car to stop? 11. A pump on the ground floor of a building can pump up water to fill a tank of volume 30 m3 in 15 min. If the tank is 40 m above the ground, and the efficiency of the pump is 30%, how much electric power is consumed by the pump? 12.Name the fundamental force having shortest range of operation. 13.In an elastic collision of two billiard balls, is the total kinetic energy conserved during the short time of collision of the balls (i.e. when they are in contact) ? 14. A body constrained to move along the z-axis of a coordinate system is subject to a constant force F given by F = -i + 2j + 3k ,Where i,j,k are unit vectors along the x-, y- and z-axis of the system respectively. What is the work done by this force in moving the body a distance of 4 m along the z-axis?                                                                      Class – XII Sc.

  1. 1.      Define the term of dipole moment.
  2. 2.      Define electric field at a point.
  3. 3.      When is an electric line of force curved ?
  4. 4.      The electric potential V at any point (x,y,z) in space is given by V = 4x2 volt. Calculate electric density at the point ( 1m,0,2m).
  5. 5.      If 20 J of work has to be done to move an electric charge of 4C from a point, where potential is 10 V to another point, where potential V volt , find the value of V.
  6. 6.      Diameter of a spherical conductor is 1 m. What is its capacity?
  7. 7.      A child is observing a thin film such as a layer of oil on water show beautiful colours whenilluminated by while light. He feels happy and surprised to see this. His teacher explains him the reasonbehind it .The child then gives an example of spreading of kerosene oil on water to prevent malaria anddengue.

• What value was displayed by his teacher ? • Name the phenomenon involved ?

  1. 8.      Students of class XII big mirrors in their classroom for science fair. the mirrors are so arranged that one can see six images of himself .all the students of other classes who came to see this were very happy and Geeta of class X th was determined to know the reason behind it . She went to the library, consulted other students and next day came up with the answer.

        • What values were depicted by Geeta ?         • Give the reason for seeing six images?

  1. 9.       Aditya participated in a group discussion in his school on “Human eye and its defects” in the

evening he noticed that his father is reading a book by placing it at a distance of 50 cm or more from his eye. He advised him for his eye check-up. • Suggest the focal length/power of the reading spectacle for him, so that he may easily read the book placed at 25 cm from eye. • Name the value displayed by Aditya.

  1. 10.   Mohit was watching a program on the topic MOON on the Discovery channel. He came to know from the observations recorded from the surface of Moon that the sky appears dark from there. He got surprised and wanted to know the reason behind it. He discussed it with his friends, and they had the reasons as 1. Phenomenon of refraction of light 2.Phenomenon of scattering of light and explained the topic to him in detail.

(i) Name the value that was displayed by Mohit (ii ) what values were displayed by his friends.

  1. 11.  What is the resistance of an ideal ammeter and ideal voltmeter?
  2. 12.  If the distance between two parallel current carrying conductors is F and current in each conductor is doubled, what is the value of force between them ?
  3. 13.  A cyclotron is not suitable to accelerate electrons. Why ?
  4. 14.  A capacitor blocks DC but allows AC , Why ?
  5. 15.   Can absolute refractive index of any material be less than 1 ?

                                                Class IX (CBSE) Q.1.  Give an example of Newton’s 3rd law of motion. Q.2. Derive the equation for conservation of linear momentum, when two car have a collision between them and they are moving together after collision. Q.3. Find the equation of gravitational acceleration from the equation of gravitational force. Q.4. Draw the graphs : a.) A particle is moving with constant speed. b.) A particle is moving with uniform acceleration. c.) A particle is moving with uniform retardation. Q.4. Why ice floats on water? Q.5. Why submarine floats and also sinks in water. Q.6. Define Archimedes’ principle. Q.7. Differentiate between Density and Relative Density.                                             Class X (CBSE) Project Work : i.) Draw all the ray diagrams formed by concave and convex mirrors and lenses. ii.) What is the minimum size of a plane mirror to see the full image of a person? Explain it.                      Dashera Vacation Home Work                                               Teacher : Shyam Mahato                                                                Class-10 (SLC) (Physics) i.)                       Draw the diagram of virtual image formed by a convex lens. ii.)                     What do you mean by hypermetropia ? How this defect can be removed ? iii.)                   Do all question-answers from 2065 to 2070 of central development region of 10 –set (Question Bank).                                                       Class-9 (SLC) (Physics) i.)                       Define work , Energy and Power . ii.)                     Distinguish between KE and PE. iii.)                   Do all exercises of chapter-Work, Energy & Power again.                                                      Class-8 (SLC) (Physics) i.)                       Why does MA of a simple machine is always greater than 1? ii.)                     Is it possible to be a simple machine of 100% efficient ? iii.)                   Do all exercises of chapter- Simple Machine again.                                                       Class-8(CBSE) (Physics) Project work-page-224 (Question no.-2 of Project/Activity) in A-4 size paper. Hints:- i) 1st page- Introduction of conducting & non conducting materials.             ii) 2nd page- Table Subject: Social Studies

 Vacation Home work

Class:3(CBSE) 1.Project work for FA3 a) Make a chart on various physical features of India with the map of  India in A4-size paper……………….5marks b) Word  search……..5marks (pg no: 42) in a chart paper Circle the names of the planets in this universe   Class:3A(SLC)     1.) Chapter 10,page-26 1,2,3,4     2 ) Handwriting of 3pages with neat and clean handwriting.      3) Learn words   (New words) Page no.-25,28,30   Class 4 CBSE      Project work: On a chart paper draw or paste all five kinds of forest found in India and also write  two examples of these forest. Assignment: Write the importance of forests and wildlife in your SST copy.   Class 4 SLC Project work:   On a chart paper draw or paste the picture of Janki temple of   janakpur and write few lines about this temple. Assignment:         Write the importance of natural vegetation in your SST copy.   Class 5 SLC: Lesson 21: Physical features of Nepal                      Page no. 55,56( Ques no. 1,2,3,6). Do in vacation copy.   Class 5 CBSE: Project work: draw or paste the picture of Mahatma Gandhi  and prepare a short profile on him on a chart paper. Assignment:    Write a short note on Mother Teresa in your SST copy.     Class 6  SLC:  Unit -4  Lesson 4 Civil Rights Page number: 78                            Question 1to 7.Do in your school SST copy Lesson -6  Know the traffic rule  page no. 84              Classroom activity Draw the traffic symbols in a A4 size paper with their meaning.   Class 7 SLC: Unit – 2 Chapter – 5 Answer the following question                   Chapter -6  Question no. 1and 2                 Unit -3 Chapter -3 Answer the following question.   Class 8 SLC: From DLE sets 10 (any publication) complete the sets 8,9,10   Class : 8 CBSE : Geography: write down all the key words from chapter 1 to 6  History and civics: Write down about judiciary in your project file.   Class 9 SLC: Unit – 2 chp: 3  Ans the following question                         Unit -3, chp-3   All the exercises.                          Unit -9  chp 1and 2 All the exercise.   Class 9 CBSE: Write down about the election procedure of India in your project copy. History: Chapter -4  make 20 questions and answer them in your sst copy Geo: Write down the meaning of the key words from your book Chapter1to 4   Class: 10 SLC:     From 10 sets any publication complete the sets 5 and7   Class : 10 CBSE; Prepare 30 questions from chapter 3 Nationalism In India and answer them in your SST copy.    

Computer

Class VI (CBSE) QP of SA I and Page no 143 (Assessment 1, 2 and Comprehensive Assessment 1) Class VI (SLC) QP of SA I and Binary Number System Class VII (CBSE) QP of SA I and Page no 154 (Assessment 1, 2 and Comprehensive Assessment 1)

Subject: E.P.H.

Class: VI ‘A’ Environment and Population: Page 61, 62 = Q. No. 6 and 7 Health Education: Page No. 30 and 31 = Q.No. V, VI (1) Class: VII ‘A’ Environment and Population: Chapter 8 Q. No. A, B, and D Health and Physical: Chapter-1(Physical) Q.No. A, B, C and D Class: VIII ‘A’ Physical Education: Chapter 1 to 4 Complete all the exercises. Class: IX ‘A’ Old Book: Page No. 72 = Q. No. A (All), B (2) and C (all) New Book: Page No. 75 = Q. No. A (All), B (2) and C (all) Class: X ‘A’ From practice paper: Set Questions (Year 2066 to 2070 EDR) Subject:-ECONOMICS                                                      Class:-11(CBSE)

  1. Represent the following data by circular diagrams
Items Family A Family B
Food 200 250
Clothing 100 200
House rent 80 100
Fuel and light 30 40
Education 90 210
  1. Below is given the frequency distribution of marks obtained by student
Marks 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99
No. of students 7 11 24 32 9 14 2 1

Prepare less than and more than OGIVE curves 3. Represent the following data by Histogram, frequency polygon and frequency curve

Salary 300-400 400-500 500-600 600-700 700-800 800-900 900-1000 1000-1200
No. of employees 20 30 60 75 115 100 60 40

4. Average marks in economics of 10 students of a class was 68.A new student took admission with 72 marks whereas two students left the college. If marks of these students were  40 and 39 find average marks of remaining students. 5. In frequency distribution of 100 families given below .The median is known to be 50.find missing frequencies

Expenditure 0-20 20-40 40-60 60-80 80-100
No. of families 14 x 27 y 15
  1. Find mode by grouping method
Marks 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90
Frequency 4 2 18 22 21 19 10 3 1

7. Calculate mean deviation from mean, median and mode by following data

Class 0-10 10-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70
Frequency 8 12 10 8 3 2 7

8. Calculate Q1, Q3,  P40 and P70 by following data.

Class 0-15 15-30 30-45 45-60 60-75 75-90 90-105
Frequency 8 26 30 45 20 17 4

9.Compute standard deviation and C.V. from following information.

Marks 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99
No. of students 5 12 15 20 18 10 6 4

10.Draw LORENZ curve on graph paper.

Income Factory A Factory B
10 8 15
30 6 5
35 6 1
45 2 2
80 3 2

11.Collect daily prices of different vegetables from your nearest market and prepare a table  by following way Daily  prices of  vegetables from  10th October to 10th  November

Items 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Potato                                                            
Tomato                                                            
Onion                                                            
Cauliflower                                                            
Peas                                                            
Spinach                                                            
Carrot                                                            
Radish                                                            
Cucumber                                                            
Ginger                                                            
Lady finger                                                            
Cabbage                                                            

Hindi

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