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CLASS XII CHEMISTRY 1. Plan for investigatory project. 2. Solve the previous five year board questions for the Chapters 1&2 3. Learn the salt analysis procedure 4. Revise the chapters: Basic concepts in Organic chemistry and Hydrocarbons from XI std BIOLOGY 1. Plan for investigatory project. 2. Solve the previous five year board questions for the Chapters 1&2 3. Practice diagrams from first three chapters. 4. Complete the exercise questions from first three chapters. 5. Write the questions and answers of first monthly test in homework notebook COMPUTER SCIENCE 1. Define: class, object, Array, Structure, Inheritance 2. WAP program in C++ to find multiplication of two matrix. 3. Practice solved programs of first three chapters. 4. Explain the OOPs concept. IP 1. Explain about the Communication channels. 2. Implement a Program in netbean to find simple interest. 3. Practice solved programs of first three chapters. 4. Explain about different types of font available for different languages. MATHEMATICS 1. Problems given on Inverse Trig. Function 2. Problems given on Matrices हहहहह हहहहहहहह हहहहह ----- 1) हहहहहहहहहह हहहहहह हह हहहहह हहहहह -------

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CLASS XII

CHEMISTRY

1. Plan for investigatory project.

2. Solve the previous five year board questions for the Chapters 1&2

3. Learn the salt analysis procedure

4. Revise the chapters: Basic concepts in Organic chemistry and Hydrocarbons from XI std

BIOLOGY

1. Plan for investigatory project.

2. Solve the previous five year board questions for the Chapters 1&2

3. Practice diagrams from first three chapters.

4. Complete the exercise questions from first three chapters.

5. Write the questions and answers of first monthly test in homework notebook

COMPUTER SCIENCE

1. Define: class, object, Array, Structure, Inheritance

2. WAP program in C++ to find multiplication of two matrix.

3. Practice solved programs of first three chapters.

4. Explain the OOPs concept.

IP

1. Explain about the Communication channels.

2. Implement a Program in netbean to find simple interest.

3. Practice solved programs of first three chapters.

4. Explain about different types of font available for different languages.

MATHEMATICS

1. Problems given on Inverse Trig. Function

2. Problems given on Matrices

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WORK EDUCATION

STD-XII

Work: Make your own dc power supply for mobile phone charging.

Presentation: Practical work, present write-up in report file in A4 size 2-4 pages. Draw circuit diagram.

Material requirements: Transformer 230/9-0-9v, 500mA. Diodes IN4007, IC LM 7805, LED. Resistance 1K, wires, board, banana sockets red-black.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

Physicsxii

1.Plan for investigatory project.

2.Solve the previous five year board questions for the Chapters 1&2

3.Learn the circuit diagrams for first 4 experiments

4.Revise the chapters: Basic concepts in graphical representation from XI std

ENGLISH

1.Read the novel Silas Marner and write a book review.

2. Read the novel The Invisible Man and write a short summary of the story in your own words.

3. Solve CBSE question paper (Section A & B only) of any one set of the year 2016-17 and 2017-18

4. Write a report on your visit to a historical/tourist place/home town.

HOLIDAY HOME WORK 2018-19

ACCOUNTANCY

CHAPTER 1

ACCOUNTING FOR PARTNERSHIP FIRMS- FUNDAMENTALS

1 MARK QUESTIONS

1. A group of 40 people want to form a partnership firm. They want your advice regarding maximum number of persons that can be there in a partnership firm and the name of the Act under whose provision it is given.

2. P and Q started business in partnership without an agreement. In what ratio will they share the losses of the new firm? P wants interest on loan he has given to the firm. Q does not want interest to be paid to P. How will you resolve their dispute?

3. P,Q and R are partners in a firm sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 2:5:3. Their fixed capital were Rs2, 00,000, Rs3, 00,000 and Rs3,00,000 respectively. For the year 1996 interest on capital was credited to them @12% instead of 10%. Show your working notes clearly and pass the necessary adjustment entry.

4. State the provisions of the Indian Partnership Act 1932 regarding interest on partners capital and interest on partners loan when there is no partnership deed.

5. State any two situations which may result in the reconstitution of a partnership firm.

6. Give any two items which would come on the Debit side of the Capital account when capitals are fixed.

7. What is meant by the phrase two years purchase in the calculation of goodwill?

8. How will be the profit be distributed, if the available profit is less than total interest on capital?

9. Nusrat and Sonu were partners in a firm sharing profits in the ratio 3:2. During the year ended 31.3.2017, Nusrat had withdrawn Rs. 15,000. Interest on drawings amounted to Rs. 300. Pass necessary journal entry for charging interest on drawings assuming that the capitals of partners were fixed.

10. What doies AS 26 states about the recording of goodwill at the time of reconstitution?

QUESTIONS CARRYING 3 / 4 MARKS

1. A, B and C started business on January 1, 2016 with capitals of Rs. 2,00,000, Rs. 3,00,000 and Rs. 5,00,000 respectively. Their drawings during the year were Rs. 2,000 per month each. They are allowed 5% interest on capital. The profits for the year were Rs. 4,80,000. Partners encourage and motivate their employees to come in time and produce more. Calculate interest on capitals. Their capitals are fixed. Identify the business values.

2. X, Y and Z earned a profit of Rs. 2,40,000 during the year ended March 31, 2016. Their drawings during the year were Rs. 5,000, Rs. 6,000 and Rs. 8,000 respectively. After distribution of profit their capitals were Rs. 4,20,000, Rs. 3,80,000 and Rs. 2,30,000 respectively at the end of the year. They were allowed interest on capital at the rate 6% p.a. but they forgot to calculate interest. Calculate interest on capital of each partner.

3. on 1.4.2013 Jay and Vijay entered into partnership for supplying laboratory equipment to government schools situated in remote and backward areas. They contributed capitals of Rs. 80,000 and Rs. 50,000 respectively and agreed to share the profits in the ratio 3:2. The partnership deed provided that interest on capital shall be allowed at 9% per annum. During the year firm earned a profit of Rs. 7,800. Showing your calculations clearly, prepare Profit and Loss Appropriation Account of Jay and Vijay for the year ended 31.3.2014

4. A, B and C were partners with capitals of Rs. 1,00,000, Rs. 80,000 and Rs. 60,000 respectively on March 31, 2015. They shared profits as 5:3:2. The net profit for the year ending March 31, 2016 was Rs. 1,20,000 which was wrongly shared equally. It was also noted later on that

i. C was to be allowed a salary of Rs. 6,000 p.a which was not allowed and

ii. Partners were entitled to interest on capitals @ 6%. This was also not allowed.

Pass necessary adjustment entry to correct the above error.

5. A, B and C are partners in a firm. As per partnership agreement, their profit sharing ratio is 5:4:3. On April 1 2016 they agreed to share profits and losses in 4:5:3 ratio. At the end of accounting period March 31, 2016, the firm had Workmen Compensation Fund of Rs. 30,000, Investments Fluctuation Fund of Rs. 15,000 and no accumulated profits or losses. During accounting period ended March 31, 2016 the firm suffered loss of Rs. 12,000. Pass necessary adjustment entry and show your working.

6. Aziz and Betal share profits as 3:2 with capitals of Rs. 1,80,000 and Rs. 1,20,000 respectively. After distributing the profit of Rs. 1,50,000 for the year ended March 31, 2016, it was found that the following items had been ignored.

i. A salary of Rs. 12,000 payable to the workers and

ii. Rent receivable (accrued) Rs. 16,000.

They always introduced additional qualities in their products to make them more useful for customers. Give one adjustment entry to correct the omission. Identify business values.

7. Arti, Bhawna and Charu were partners. Arti and Bhawna shared profits as 3:2 and Charu was given either 1/4th of the profits or a salary of Rs. 200 p.m plus a commission of 5% on profits after charging salary and commission, whichever is higher. Any excess of the former over the latter will be borne by Arti personally. Profits for the year ended March 31, 2016 were Rs. 15,000 before salary and commission to Charu. Distribute the profits and prepare Profit and Loss Appropriation Account.

8. A business earned average profits of Rs. 1,00,000 during the last few years and the normal rate of return in similar business is 10%. Find out the value of goodwill by

i. Capitalisation of super profit method

ii. Super profit method if the goodwill is valued at 3 years purchase of super profit.

The assets of the business were Rs. 10,00,000and its external liabilities were Rs. 1,80,000.

9. on 1st April 2016, Brij and Nandanentered into partnership to construct toilets in government girls schools in the remote areas of Uttarakhand. They contributed capitals of Rs. 10,00,000 and Rs. 15,00,000 respectively. Their profit sharing ratio was 2:3 and interest allowed on capital as provided in the partnership deed was 12% per annum. During the year ended 31st March, 2017 the firm earned a profit of Rs. 2,00,000. Prepare profit and loss appropriation account of Brij and Nandan for the year ended 31st March 2017.

10. Naveen, Seerat and Hina were partners in a firm manufacturing blankets. They were sharing profits in the ratio 5:3:2. Their capitals on 1st April 2012 were Rs. 2,00,000; Rs. 3,00,000 and Rs. 6,00,000 respectively. After the floods in Uttrakhand, all partners decided to help the flood victims personally.

For this Naveen withdrew Rs. 10,000 from the firm on 1st September 2012. Seerat, instead of withdrawing cash from the firm took blankets amounting to Rs. 12,000 from the firm and distributed to the flood victims. On the other hand, Hina withdrew Rs. 2,00,000 from her capital on 1st January, 2013 and set-up a centre to provide medical facilities in the flood affected area.

The partnership deed provides for charging interest on drawings @ 6% p.a. After the final accounts were prepared, it was discovered that interest on drawings had not been charged. Give the necessary adjusting journal entry and show the working notes clearly. Also state any two values that the partners wanted to communicate to the society.

QUESTIONS CARRYING 6 / 8 MARKS

4). on 31st March 2016, the balances in the capital accounts of Eleen, Monu and Ahmed after making adjustments for profits and drawings were Rs. 1,60,000, Rs. 1,20,000 and Rs. 80,000 respectively. Subsequently, it was discovered that the interest on capital and drawings had been omitted.

i. The profit for the year ended 31st March 2016 was Rs. 40,000

ii. During the year, Eleen and Monu each withdrew a total sum of Rs. 24,000 in equal instalments in the beginning of each month and Ahmad withdrew a total sum of Rs. 48,000 in equal instalments at the end of each month

iii. The interest on drawings was to be charged @ 5% p.a, and interest on capital was to be allowed @ 10% p.a

iv. The profit sharing ratio among the partners was 2:1:1.

Show your working notes clearly, pass the necessary rectifying entry.

6). Singh and Gupta decided to start a partnership firm to manufacture low cost jute bags as plastic bags were creating many environmental problems. They contributed capitals of Rs. 1,00,000 and Rs. 50,000 on 1st April 2014 for this. Singh expressed his willingness to admit Shakti as a partner without capital, who is specially abled but a very creative and intelligent friend of his. Gupta agreed to this. The terms of partnership were as follows:

a. Singh, Gupta and Shakti will share profits in the ratio of 2:2:1.

b. Interest on capital will be provided @ 6% p.a.

Due to shortage of capital, Singh contributed Rs. 25,000 on 30th September 2014 and Gupta contributed Rs. 10,000 on 1st January 2015 as additional capital. The profit of the firm for the year ended 31st March 2015 was Rs. 1,68,900.

i. Prepare Profit and Loss appropriation account for the year ending 31st March 2015.

ii. Identify any two values which the firm wants to communicate to the society.

7). Soumya and Bimal are partners in a firm sharing profits and losses in the ratio 3:2. The balance in their capital and current accounts as on April 1, 2016 were as under:

SoumyaBimal

Capital accountsRs. 3,00,000Rs. 2,00,000

Current accounts (Cr)Rs. 1,00,000Rs. 80,000

The partnership deed provides that Soumya is to be paid salary @ Rs. 500 per month where asBimal is to get a commission of Rs. 40,000 for the year. Interest on capital is to be credited at 6% p.a. The drawings of Soumya and Bimal for the year were Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 10,000 respectively. The net profit of the firm before making these adjustment was Rs. 2,49,000. Interest on Soumyas drawings was Rs. 750 and Bimals drawings Rs. 250. Prepare Profit and Loss Appropriation Account and Partners capital and current accounts.

HOLIDAY HOME WORK 2018-19

ACCOUNTANCY

CHAPTER 2

CHANGE IN PROFIT SHARING RATIO

1 mark questions

1. What is the ultimate effect of change in profit sharing ratio?

2. Can goodwill be sold separately like other tangible assets?

3. What is gaining and sacrificing ratio?

4. Who will compensate whom in case of gain or sacrifice?

5. Name the methods for the calculation of goodwill.

6. What do you mean by goodwill?

7. What do you mean by re- constitution of partnership firm. Give some examples.

8. Name any three adjustments required at the time of re-constitution of partnership firm.

9. What is meant by number of years purchase at the time of valuation of goodwill.

10. Write any two features of goodwill.

3/4 Mark Questions

1. Calculate goodwill on the basis of two years purchase of average profit of last 6 years.

2010-60,000, 2011- 40,000, 2012- 30,000 (Loss), 2013- 1,00,000, 2014- 1,70,000

2015- 2,20,000

2. The average net profits expected to a firm in future by ABC firm are Rs 1,00,000 per year. The average capital employed in the business by the firm is 5,00,000. The rate of interest expected from capital invested in the class of business is 15 %. The remuneration of partners is estimated to be Rs 10,000 per annum. Find out the vale of goodwill on the basis of two years purchase of super profits.

3. The average profit of a firm is 80,000 which include undervaluation of stock of Rs 8,000 on an average basis. The capital invested in the business is Rs 8,00,000 and the normal rate of return is 8 %. Calculate the goodwill of the firm on the basis of 7 times the super profit.

4. Sharma ,Verma and Khan were partners in a firm sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 5:3:2. They decided to share future profits equally. For this purpose goodwill of the firm is valued at Rs 1,20,000. Pass adjustment entry for the treatment of goodwill.

5. Explain any three factors affecting goodwill.

CHAPTER 1

NATURE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF MANAGEMENT

QUESTIONS CARRYING 1 MARKS

1. Success of business is not by chance but a result of deliberate process. Name the process.

2. Name two factors responsible for higher profits and prosperity of an organization.

3. Management constantly reviews its organizational goals to meet the changing needs of the environment. Identify the characteristic of management.

4. Sarika Garments always reserve three positions in their office for physically challenged or lesser abled individuals. State the business objective Sarika Garments achieves through this.

5. A business is running successfully from last five years in Gujarat. Management has decided to focus on other states to sell their products. Identify the objective that the management is trying to achieve.

6. Company X is facing a lot of problems these days. It manufactures durable goods like washing machines, microwave ovens, refrigerators and air conditioners. The companys margins are under pressure and the profits and market share are declining. The production department blames marketing for not meeting sales targets and marketing blames production department for producing goods, which are not of good quality meeting customers expectations. The finance department blames both production and marketing department for declining return on investment and bad marketing.

What quality of management do you think the company is lacking?

7. Why is management considered as a multi-faceted concept?

8. A.R.Rehman is the first Indian to win the Oscar award for his composition Jai Ho. His composition of music is unique and different as he has used the singing notes in a manner that is entirely his own interpretation. Like A.R. Rehman, Nandan , General Manager in Sea Ltd, uses his knowledge of management in a unique and different manner and all the employees working under his guidance are happy and satisfied. He rewards the employees who come to office on time. Identify the nature of management highlighted above.

9. In order to achieve target production of 5000 units per month, a Production Manager has to operate on double shifts. The workers are paid overtime charges. To earn higher wages workers try to go slow during normal working hours and complete their targets during overtime hours. Though the manager could achieve his target and produced 5000 units but a higher production cost. In your point of view, what is lacking in management.

10. Necter Life is a reputed company in the industry of medical equipment. They imported a huge quantity of Blood Glucose testing strips but could not sell due to high price. As a result, they had a huge stock of expired strips. In order to overcome loss they changed all the stickers with new expiry date and sold them at lower prices.

QUESTIONS CARRYING 3 / 4 MARKS

1. Mega Ltd manufactured water heaters. In the first year of its operations, the revenue earned by the company was just sufficient to meet its costs. To increase the revenue, the company analysed the reasons behind the less revenues. After analysis, the company decided:

To reduce the labour costs by shifting the manufacturing unit to a backward area where labour was available at a very low rate

To start manufacturing solar water-heaters and reduce the production of electric water heaters slowly.

This will not only help in covering the risks but also help in meeting other objectives.

a) Identify and explain the objectives of management discussed above.

b) State any two values which the company wanted to communicate to society.

2. Mr. Nithin Singhanias father has a good business of iron and steel. He wants to go to USA for his MBA but his father thinks that he should join the business. On the basis of emerging trends, do you think that Mr. Singhania should send his son to USA? Give any three reasons in support of your answer.

3. In order to achieve target production of 50,000 units per month, the Production Manager of Action Shoes Ltd had to operate on double shifts. The workers are paid overtime charges.To earn higher wages workers try to go slow during normal working hours and complete their targets during overtime hours. Though the manager could achieve his target and produced 5000 units but at a higher production cost.

a. In your point of view, what is lacking in management?

b. Identify the values missing in the production manager and the employees of the organization.

4. XYZ power Ltd . set up a factory for manufacturing solar lanterns in a remote village as there was no reliable supply of electricity in rural areas. The revenue earned by the company was sufficient to cover the costs and the risks .the demand of lanterns was increasing day by day ,so the company decided to increase production to generate higher sales . For this they decided to employ people from the nearby village as very few job opportunities were available in that area. The company also decided to open schools and crches for the children of its employees.

i. Identity and explain the objectives of management discussed above.

ii. State and two values which the company wanted to communicate to the society .

5. Mr. Amol passed his B.Sc (Non-medical) examination in the year 2014. After this he successfully ran the business of his father. Suddenly he thought of seeking employment. He got the job of a finance manager in a company on the basis of his knowledge, experience and proficiency. He is doing his job successfully.

i. Is the appointment of Mr. Amol as a manager valid?

ii. Was not it necessary for him to do M.B.A or some other course for this job?

6. Unique Ltd. is engaged in manufacturing electrical appliances. The company has been facing a lot of problems for the last few months because of chaos between two departments i.e, Production department and Sales department. The sales department blames production department for delayed production. However, the production department blames sales department for poor sales. The force that integrates the two departments is missing.

Identify the missing force in the above case and list its two characteristics.

7. Kayco ltd is manufacturing detergents. They decide to launch a new range of herbal products. As they in a hurry , they have tested products on animals only. The necessary information is missing on the package. The management also plan to launch a new factory in a tribal area where the required products are available for work at low wages in the absence of development opportunities and school

(a) Which value do you disturbing in the above para?

(b) Will the decision to install a new unit in a tribal area help society? Highlight the social values involved in his decision.

QUESTIONS CARRYING 5 / 6 MARKS

1. ABC handlooms Ltd. Set up a factory for manufacturing jute bags in a remote village as there

was no raw materials available. The revenue earned by the company was sufficient to cover the

costs and the risks. The demand of bags was increasing day by day, so the company decided to

increase production to generate higher sales. For this they decided to employ people from the

nearby villages as very few job opportunities were available in that area. The company also

decided to open schools and creches for the children of its employees

1. Identify and explain the objectives of management discussed above.

1. State any two values which the company wanted to communicate to the society.

2. Anju and Manju are good friends. Considering the fact that the activities involved in managing an enterprise are common to all organisations, after completing their masters in business management, both of them take up a job at managerial level in different organisations as per their individual areas of interest. Anju takes up a marketing job in a retail company and strives to increase sales whereas Manju joins an NGO and works diligently to realize its objective related to providing employment to specially abled persons. Both of them have to perform a series of continuous, composite, but separate functions. On some days, Anju spend more time in planning a future display layout and on another day, she may spend time in sorting out an employees problem. Both Anju and Manju make conscious efforts to build a feeling of team spirit and coordination among diverse individuals with different needs to build a feeling of team spirit and coordination among diverse individuals with different needs who work under them. The effect of their management is noticeable in their respective departments as the targets are met according to plans, employees are happy and satisfied, and there is orderliness in its functioning rather than chaos.

In context of the above case:

Identify the various features of management highlighted in the above paragraph by quoting lines from it.3. Kartik joins a garment factory as a plant supervisor in Lucknow. He observes that the output of some workers is very low as compared to the standards set for their performance. On analyzing the reasons for the same, he finds out that a lot of time of the workers is wasted in getting the requisite materials issued from the store. Whereas on asking, the store keeper complaints that there is no harmony in the working of the production department as a whole. Every day the workers approach him at the last minute to procure different kinds of threads, laces, mirrors, buttons etc. If it is not available in the store then he has to place an order with the purchase officer. As a result, a lot of time of the workers is wasted. So, inorder to integrate the various production activities, henceforth, Kartik ensures that the store keeper is informed well three days in advance about the requisite material. Consequently, the store keeper is able to keep the materials ready for the workers every morning in accordance with their requirements.

In context of the above case:

a. Identify and explain the quality of management that Kartik has introduced in the working of the production department as a corrective measure to control the output of the workers.

b. State briefly any two points highlighting the importance of quality of management identified in part (a)

4. Jayant is working as Head Relationship Manager in the wealth management division of a private sector bank. He has created an internal environment which is conductive to an effective and efficient performance of his team of ten relationship management executives. A typical day at work in Jayants life consists of a series of interrelated and continuous functions. He decides the targets for his department which are in line with the objectives of the organization as a whole. The future course of action for his team members is laid out well in advance. The various resources required by the relationship managers like and iPad with GPS system, account opening forms, brochures, details of account holders etc. are made readily available to them. The executives are given sufficient authority to carry out the work assigned to them. Jayant works in close coordination with the Human Resource Manager in order to ensure that he is able to create and maintain a satisfactory and satisfied workforce in his department. Through constant guidance and motivation, Jayant inspires them to realize their full potential. He offers them various types of incentives from time to time keeping in view their diverse individual needs. Moreover, he keeps a close watch on their individual performance in order to ensure that they are in accordance with the standard set and takes corrective actions whenever needed.

In context of the above case:

a. Identify the concept being referred to in the following line, He has created an internal environment which is conductive to an effective and efficient performance of his team of ten relationship management executives.

b. Identify and describe the various functions of the concept as identified in part (a) of the question by quoting lines from the paragraph.

5. Ganesh Ltd. is a highly reputed company. Different functions are performed by different

individuals in this company, who are bound together in a hierarchy of relationships. Every

individual in the hierarchy is responsible for successful completion of a particular task. Mr.

Sagar responsible for the welfare and survival of the organisation. He formulates overall

organization goals and strategies for their achievement. Mr. Bharat ensures that quality of

output is maintained, wastage of materials is minimized and safety standards are maintained.

Mr. Nagar assigns necessary duties and responsibilities to the personnel and motivates them to

achieve desired objects.

At what levels of management are Mr. Sagar, Mr. Bharat and Mr. Nagar working in Ganesh Ltd.? Justify your answer.

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ECONOMICS

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

NEED BASED QUESTIONS

(Minimum Level of Learning)

TOPIC: INTRODUCTION OF MICROECONOMICS

VERY SHORT TYPES QUESTION ANSWER (1 MARK)

1. What is an economy?

2. Define central problem.

3. What do you understand by normative economic analysis?

4. Give one reason which gives rise to economic problems?

5. Why PPC is concave to the origin?

6. Define marginal rate of transformation.

7. What does a rightward shift of PPC indicate?

8. What is meant by economizing of resources?

9. What does the problem for whom to produce indicate?

10. Give two examples each of micro economics & macroeconomics

SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (3 / 4 MARKS)

1. What is production possibility frontier?

2. Explain properties of a production possibilities curve.

3. Explain the problem .How to produce.

4.Explain the central problems of an economy

5. State the Properties of Indifference Curve

6. State the Law of Diminishing marginal utility?

7. "Economics is about making choices in the presence of scarcity." Explain

8. "Massive unemployment shifts the PPC to the left." Defend or refute.

9. If more & more resources are constantly explored & new technology is discovered, will central problems be finally solved?

LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS (6 MARKS)

1. Explain the Properties of PPC.

2. What are Central problems of an economy? Explain each of them. Why does it

arise?

3. The government has raised minimum employment from 100 to 150 man days during a year under the MGNREGA scheme. How would it affect PPC?

4. Define the terms Micro & Macro Economics. Differentiate between both of

Them.

HOTS

1. Does massive unemployment shift the PPC to the left?

2. What does the slope of PPC show?

3. What will be the impact of Education for All campaign on the PPC of the Indian economy and why ?

4. What will likely be the impact of large scale inflow of foreign capital in India on PPC and why .

5. What will be the impact of clean India Mission on the PPC of the economy and why ?

CONSUMER'S EQUILIBRIUM

ONE MARKS QUESTIONS

Q1. What do you mean by utility?

Q2.How is total utility derived from marginal utility?

Q3. State the law of equi-marginal utility

Q4. What will you say about MU when TU is maximum?

Q5. What do you mean by indifference curve?

Q6. What do you mean by indifference map

Q7. Define budget line

Q8. Why the budget line is downward sloping?

Q9. Give the reason behind a convex indifference curve.

Q10. What do you mean by substitute and complementary goods? Give two examples each.

3 / 4 MARKS QUESTIONS

Q1. Explain the law of Diminishing Marginal Utility with the help of a table.

Q.2. Explain any three determinants of demand for a commodity.

Q.3. What happens when MUX/PX is Not Equal to MUY/PY?

Q.4. Explain the three properties of indifference curves

Q.5. Explain Consumers Equilibrium in case of Two Commodities:

6 MARKS QUESTIONS

Q 1 . How is equilibrium achieved with the help of indifference curve analysis?

Q 2. Explain the Consumers Equilibrium in case of Single Commodity with the help of diagram.

Q3. Explain the consumer equilibrium in case of two commodities approach with the help of schedule

TOPIC: THEORY OF DEMAND

VERY SHORT TYPES QUESTION ANSWER (1 MARK)

1.What is Demand?

2. Define the term price elasticity of demand.

2. Define the term price elasticity of demand.

3. Define the term substitute goods.

4. Define the term Complementary goods.

5. Define Inferior goods.

7. Define normal goods.

8. What is meant by quantity demanded?

9. What is the slope of demand curve?

10. What is meant by extension in demand?

11. What is meant by contraction in demand?

12.What is decrease in demand?

13. State the law of demand .

SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (3 / 4 MARKS)

1. Why does the demand curve slopes downward or why does the law of demand operate?

2. Explain how the demand for a good is affected by the price of its related goods. Give examples.

3. Distinguish between normal goods and inferior goods. Give example also.

4. Explain any four factors that affect price elasticity of demand.

5. State any three causes of Increase in demand?

6. Mention any three causes for rightward shift in demand curve?

7. Define demand. State the factors affecting market demand.

8. Write the assumptions of the law of demand

LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS (6 MARKS)

1. Explain the factors affecting the market demand of a commodity.

2. Explain the causes of a leftward shift in demand curve of a commodity.

IP

5. Explain about the Communication channels.

6. Implement a Program in netbean to find simple interest.

7. Practice solved programs of first three chapters.

8. Explain about different types of font available for different languages.

MATHEMATICS

3. Problems given on Inverse Trig. Function

4. Problems given on Matrices

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Infomatics Practices

1.Explain about the Communication channels.

2 Implement a Program in netbean to find simple interest.

3. Practice solved programs of first three chapters.

4. Explain about different types of font available for different languages.

WORK EDUCATION

Work: Study of different types of fire extinguishers.

Presentation: Theory work only. Prepare write-up in report file in A4 size pages paste images of each type.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

ENGLISH

1.Read the novel Silas Marner and write a book review.

2. Read the novel The Invisible Man and write a short summary of the story in your own words.

3. Solve CBSE question paper (Section A & B only) of any one set of the year 2016-17 and 2017-18

4. Write a report on your visit to a historical/tourist place/home town.

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ENGLISH

1. Prepare a book review on any of the following autobiographies:

a. Wings of Fire b. Unbreakable Mary kom

2. Collect articles on Health and Medicine , Education and Science .Write them and affix related pictures.

3. Prepare a short note on chapter 1 to 10 of The story of my life .

4. Write a critical appreciation of the drama The Dear Departed .

MATHEMATICS

1) Project(In a file and a power point)

(i) Write a brief on history of origin of zero

(ii) Investigate the concept of golden rectangle

Q2)In the activity notebook complete the following activity:-

i)To investigate the conditions for consistency and inconsistency for a system of linear equations in two variables

ii) To obtain the solution of quadratic equation by using the method of completing the square

Q3)By using Euclids algorithm find the HCF of 650 and 1170

Q4)Find the HCF and LCM of 15,75 and 160 by using prime factorization

Q5) Prove that is an irrational number

Q6) Without actually dividing state whether the following will have terminating or non terminating recurring decimal expansion:-

(i) (ii)

Q7) Find the zeroes of the following

Q8) Find the zeroes of the polynomial and verify the relationship between coefficients and zeroes of the polynomial

Q9) The HCF of two numbers is 16 and the product is3072 find the LCM

Q10) Show that square of any positive integer of the form 3m or 3m + 1 for some integer m

SCIENCE

To be done in A4 size papers properly stapled / A 100 pages separate notebook.

1) Make a question bank with answers for chapter 1 & 6

a) Roll no. 1to 9 (1 mark questions)

b) Roll no. 10to 18 (3marks questions)

c) Roll no. 19 to 26 (5 marks questions)

2) Practice and draw all the diagrams from chapter 6

3) List down all the reactions with their balanced chemical equations from chapter 1

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STD-X

Work: Connect three equal resistance in parallel or four unequal resistances in series.

Presentation: Practical work, present write-up in report file in A4 size 2-4 pages. Draw circuit diagram.

Material requirements: Resistance ( watt each) 1K or 10K, 12K & 15 k. banana sockets red-black. Board, wires.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

YOGA HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

1. Practice yoga every day ( Suryanamaskar 10 rounds )

1. Discover minimum 4 asanas by your own , name it and also try to draw in your yoga notebook .

SOCIAL SCIENCE

1.Prepare a project on natural and man-made disasters and method of mitigation. The project should include a) Meaning of disaster b) Meaning of disaster managementc) Why is it needed ? d) Explanation of the topice) A case study on the topic.

2. Write a note on

A- Primary Sector

B- Secondary Sector

C- Tertiary Sector

3.Make a list of authors along with their publications and its date from the chapter- Print Culture and the Modern World

ART

Make a standard size postcard (size: 6x 4.25 or 5x 3.5) using thick paper in correct format. Draw and colour any picture at its back.

CLASS IX

SCIENCE

5. Complete two experiments in record note book

6. Solve the in text questions in class work and exercise questions in homework notebook

7. Practice all the diagrams from Biology chapter Fundamental unit of life

8. Plan for the Science exhibition (Working model)

9. Make a model of plant cell/Animal cell.

ENGLISH

1. Prepare a book review on

I am Malala OR Straight from the heart.

2. Poem appre3ciation for :-

a. Rain on the roof

b. Wind

c. The lake isle of Innisfree

3.Write about the following poetic devices with examples.

a. Imagery b. Irony c. Transferred epithet d. Onomatopoeia.

4. Prepare a PPT on famous Indian Musicians.

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MATHEMATICS

Q1) PROJECT WORK

I group- Design a cross word puzzle using mathematical terms

II group:-Write a brief about any two Indian mathematician also prepare a chart about it

III group:-Prepare a power point presentation on history of (pi)

Q2) In your activity book complete the following activity

(i) To construct a square root spiral

(ii) Interpret geometrically the expression using 10x 10 square grids

Q3)Represent on the number line

Q4)Express in form for the following

(i)2.124

(ii)0.237

Q5) Simplify the following by rationalizing the denominator (i) (ii)

Q6)Simplify:-

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STD IX

Work: Join two pieces of electrical wires using soldering technique.

Presentation: Practical work, present write-up in report file in A4 size 2-4 pages. Must write safety precaution observed.

Material requirements: Wire size of 1-1.5 mm-sq- 1ft. Soldering iron, wire stripper, solder etc.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

YOGA HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

1. Practice yoga every day ( Suryanamaskar 10 rounds )

1. Discover minimum 4 asanas by your own , name it and also try to draw in your yoga notebook .

SOCIAL SCIENCE

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

1.Social Science Prepare a project on Disaster Management not exceeding 15 pages which should include the following heads :-meaning, causes, effects, precautions and case study.Any one disaster Earthquake, Volcanoes, Landslides, Fire, Accident, Flood, Drought, Cyclone.

2. write a note on suggesting some measures in the education system to mitigate the problem of the educated unemployment .

3. Function of UNO ,UN Security council,IMF,World Bank.

4. . MAP SKILLS

1. Identify the following with the help of map reading. (i) The Island groups of India lying in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. (ii) The countries constituting Indian Subcontinent. (iii) The states through which the Tropic of Cancer passes. (iv) The northernmost latitude in degrees. (v) The southernmost latitude of the Indian mainland in degrees. (vi) The eastern and the western most longitude in degrees. (vii) The place situated on the three seas. (viii) The strait separating Sri Lanka from India. (ix) The Union Territories of India.

ART

Make a Madhubani Painting on A4 Size cartridge sheet using poster colours.

CLASS VIII

MATHEMATICS

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WORK SHEET RATIONAL NUMBERS

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02. Write four equivalent rational numbers of

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Represent the following points on the number line: , ,

04. Simplify:

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Write the additive inverse of and

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Add: and ; and

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What number should be subtracted from to get?

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The sum of two real numbers is . If one of the numbers is . Find the other.

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Multiply: by ; by

010. Simplify:

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Find the multiplicative inverse of (i) (ii)

013. Use distributive property, simplify

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Divide : by ; by

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Evaluate: ;

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Find 7 rational numbers between and

017.

Insert 50 rational numbers between and

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By what rational numbers should be multiplied to obtain ?

019.

If of a number exceeds its by 1, find the number.

020.

Concert tickets usually cost Rs. per person. For students they are priced at of the normal cost. How much will 6 tickets cost for students?

WORK SHEET LINEAR EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLE

021. Solve: 8x 11 5x + 3 = 2x + 4 3x

022. Solve:

023. Solve:

024. Solve: 7 + 2(a + 1) 3a = 5a

025. Solve:

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031. Kiran is 24 years older than Rakesh. 10 years back Kirans age was five times the age of Rakesh. Find their ages.

032. The width of Sudhas garden is of its length. If its perimeter is 40m, find its dimensions.

033. One number is 7 more than another and its square is 77 more than the square of the smaller number. What are the numbers?

034. The denominator of a fraction is 3 more than the numerator. If 5 is added to both parts, the resulting fraction is equivalent to . Find the fraction.

035. The sum of three consecutive multiples of 7 is 777. Find these multiples.

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ENGLISH

1. Collect information on any one with pictures:

a. Tsunami b. Indian War of Independence

c. Life and works of Stephen Hawkings.

2. Read stories on the topic Hard Work , Kindness , Child Labour . Write stories in your own words.

3. Read the English News Paper daily and learn at least one new word daily with its meaning.

4. Write a report on your visit to a historical place/home town.

COMPUTER

Write information on any one of the topic given below.

a. Input and output devices

b. Parts of computer

c. Storage devices

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To be done in A4 size papers properly stapled.

1) Collect information on the life history and contributions of great scientists Edward Jenner/ Alexander Fleming / Louis Pasteur

2) Draw the diagrams / paste the pictures of any 5 agricultural implements and describe their functions.

3) To List any 5 methods of food preservation and describe them.

4) To think of an idea for science exhibition and submit its rough sketch.

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STD VIII

Work: Study of cells connect 2 cells in series and parallel. Record the terminal voltage.

Presentation: Practical work, present write-up in report file in A4 size 2-4 pages. Draw circuit diagram.

Material requirements: Dry cell 1.5 Volt with holder. Wires, LEDs, Digital Multimeter.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

YOGA HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

1. Practice yoga every day ( Suryanamaskar 10 rounds )

1. Discover minimum 4 asanas by your own , name it and also try to draw in your yoga notebook .

SOCIAL SCIENCE

0. Paste pictures of all Presidents and Prime Ministers of India in a project file and prepare a biographical detail of the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Write about his achievements and vision.

0. Prepare the project on Human resource development (meaning, importance of human resource, difference between human resource and physical resource)

3Prepare a travelogue on any museum you have visited

and discuss how the sources of history displayed there

help us in reconstruction of past.

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Essay writing on 'Problems of Periodization in History'

ART

Make a wall hanging using Origami method. You can also use waste materials to decorate it.

CLASS VII

MATHEMATICS

1. Examples of INTEGERS.

2. To solve all exercise questions of exercise 1.1, exercise 1.2, exercise 1.3, exercise 1.4.

3. Examples FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS.

4. To solve exercise questions of exercise 2.1.

5. To write tables 2- 20 1 time and learn everyday.

6. Charts to be submitted.

ENGLISH

1. Collect information on The Life of ants.

2. Read two stories on the topic Importance Of Hardwork and write the summary of these stories in own words.

3. Write a paragraph on Hard work is the Key to Success .

4. Read the English News Paper daily and learn at least one new word daily with its meaning.

COMPUTER

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1. Grow a plant and perform the activity which shows sun light is necessary for the growth of a plant. (plant in a box with a hole for sun light)

2. Make five questions each from chapter one and two.(two 1 mark questions and three 2 mark questions)

3. Revise chapter 1 and 2.

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STD VII

Work: Study of different types of fire extinguishers.

Presentation: Theory work only. Prepare write-up in report file in A4 size pages paste images of each type.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

YOGA HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

1. Practice yoga every day ( Suryanamaskar 10 rounds )

1. Discover minimum 4 asanas by your own , name it and also try to draw in your yoga notebook .

ART

1. Make a small wall hanging using waste materials like ribbon, broken CDs, etc.

2. Draw and colour a composition using 4-5 human figures.

S.St

1. List of rulers in india from 1800 to 1900.

2. List of presidents of India from 1947 to today.

3.List of all cash crops from each state.

4.Political map of India and its states and union territories with

important cities.

CLASS VI

MATHEMATICS

7. Examples 1 to 7 of Knowing our Numbers.

8. To solve all exercise questions of exercise 1.1, exercise 1.2, exercise 1.3, exercise 1.4.

9. Examples 1 to 7 of Whole numbers.

10. To solve exercise questions of exercise 2.1.

11. To write tables 2- 20 1 time and learn everyday.

ENGLISH

1. Prepare an album on Parts Of Speech .

2. Prepare 3 word puzzles.

3. Read the English News Paper daily and learn at least one new word daily with its meaning.

COMPUTER

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1. Grow a plant in an old plastic bottle/ disposable paper glass.

2. Find out ten famous dishes of different states of India and plot them on Indias map. Also write the major nutrient present in each dish. (Ex West Bengal - fish curry protein )

3. Make a weekly diet plan and write what you had in all three meals of a day during that week.

4. Revise chapter 1 and 2.

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Social science (A)

1. Draw a political map of India on chart paper and write down the name of States and their capitals.

2. Why Earth is a unique planet, write up. Support its with pictures.

3. Collect information and pictures about diversity in India in food,dress,festivals, religion,dance and languages.

Social Science (B)

1) Draw India map and mark the important dynasties that ruled the country from 1500 to 1900.

2) Draw India map and its states along with union territories and important cities (20 nos.)

WORK EDUCATION

STD VI

Work: Write different modes of transport, safety measures you must observe while using your school bus.

Presentation: Theory work only. Prepare write-up in report file in A4 size pages paste images of each type.

(Note: In case of any assistance, students may contact concerned teacher at 9405224332)

YOGA HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

1. Practice yoga every day ( Suryanamaskar 10 rounds )

1. Discover minimum 4 asanas by your own , name it and also try to draw in your yoga notebook .

ART

1. Draw & colour any four animals in your drawing book.

2. Make a collage on A4 size thick paper using waste materials like dry leaves, straw, cloth, cardboard, sticks, etc.

Class V Holiday HW

ENGLISH

1. Paste any 5 pictures of different scenes given below and write a short paragraph on each.

a. A railway station

b. A hospital scene

c. A library scene

d. A police station scene

e. A water park scene

f. A schools playground scene

g. A picnic scene

2. Write one page of handwriting every day.

3. Composition Write an informal letter to your friend telling how youn are spending your holidays.

4. Write an article or poem on your own for school magazine and newspaper.

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1. Learn and write multiplication table up to 15.

2. Cut different geometrical shape and make different types of fishes.

3. Daily practice addition and subtraction. (daily two sums).

4. Using matchstick stick make different geometrical shapes.

EVS

1. Paste the pictures of 5 poisionous and 5 non poisionous snakes and write 3 sentences about each.

2. Name 5 national parks situated in Goa and write 3 sentences about each.

3. Observe the spices used by your mother in the kitchen. Name and paste their pictures and its uses.(any 5 spices)

4. What is healthy/balanced diet? What are the items included in the diet and name the nutritional values you get from them. Name the items which you take mostly in your diet and figure out the nutritional values in them.

ART

Draw and colour any two birds in your drawing book.

Also draw and colour picnic with family in your drawing book.

Class IV Holiday HW

ENGLISH

1. Stick pictures of morning sun ,clock ,moon and 2 birds ,peacock and vulture and write 5 sentences about each picture.

1. Learn spellings of all new words from lesson wake up, Nehas alarm clock and noses.

1. Write five pages cursive handwriting.

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1. Make a model of brick using cardboard.

1. Write tables on A-4 size paper from 12 to 16.

1. Draw any two wall patterns and two floor patterns.

1. Learn tables 8-20.

EVS

1. Read and underline important points from lesson 1 to 5

1. What steps can be taken to preserve forest area.

1. How we can protect the wild animals .

1. Prepare one file by sticking newspaper cutting related to water , animals , Jungle and food.

1. How we can keep our surrounding clean. Write the steps.

ART

Draw and colour the following in your drawing book:

1. Rainy day

2. My favourite hobby

Class III Holiday HW

ENGLISH

1. Picture Composition: Paste the pictures of the following and write 10 sentences about each.

1. A vegetable market

1. A holiday trip

1. A picnic spot

1. A visit to a zoo

1. A visit to railway station

1. Write 10 pages of handwriting.

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1. Multiplication table from 2 to 12 . Learn and write every alternative day.

1. Daily practice two sums of Addition and subtraction.

1. To make a mask of any 5 animals faces (mirror halves ).

1. Write the MRP of any 20 items purchased by your parents.

1. Revise and practice the lessons taught in the class.

EVS

1.Write 10 lines and make poster on each topic.

a. Save water. b. Save trees.

2. Make two charts from given below topics

a. Parts of plantsb. Different types of houses.C. Land pollution.d. Birdse. Family trip.

ART

Make any three things using Origami (paper folding) method and paste them in your drawing book. You can also create a background for the same.

Class II Holiday HW

ENGLISH

1. One page handwriting daily.

2. Learn all the poems taught in the class.

3. Select the rhyming words from the poems taught.

4. Learn all the spellings of the lessons taught.

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Write tables from 2 to 5.

1. Write number names from 1 to 20 .

2. practice the work done in C.W and holidays H.W.

EVS

1. Make any one chart from the following

a. Domestic animals.

b. Wild animals.

c. Pet animals

d. Water animals.

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