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LEGAL STUDIES SAMPLE PAPER
SUB CODE: 074

MAX MARKS 100

TIME 3 HRS
General Instructions:

(i) There are 30 questions in all.
(ii) All the questions are compulsory.
(iii) Questions number 1 to 8 are multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each.
(iv) Questions number 9 to 14 are short answer questions carrying 2 marks each. Answer to each of these should not exceed 50 words.
(v) Questions number 15 to 20 are short answer questions carrying 4 marks each. Answer to each of these should not exceed 100 words.
(vi) Questions number 21 to 24 are long answer questions carrying 5 marks each. Answer to each of these should not exceed 150 words.
(vii) Questions number 25 to 30 are long answer questions carrying 6 marks each. Answer to each of these should not exceed 200 words.

1. The judiciary has adopted the role of a social activist through-
a. Original Jurisdiction
b. Advisory Jurisdiction
c. Special Leave to Appeal
d. Public Interest Litigation

2. Amit sold his farmhouse to Puja which consisted of apple and plum orchards, meant primarily for selling the produce of the orchards. Identify which law will govern this transaction:
a. Sale of Goods Act
b. Transfer of Property Act
c. Indian contract Act
d. Consumer protection Act

3. Ashish hits Rohan with a stone from his rear. Rohan could not see the stone coming towards him. Does this act amount to tort?
a. Yes, because battery can take place even without assault
b. Yes, because assault can take place even without battery
c. No, battery cannot take place without assault
d. No, assault cannot take place without battery

4.Gopal is a neighbor of Pankaj. Gopal hangs wet clothes on his balcony and the dripping water spoils the clothes of Pankaj. This situation leads to a fight between the two. How can the dispute be best resolved between the two parties;
a. Ombudsman
b. Arbitration
c. Mediation
d. Conciliation

5.Ashok was convicted and awarded death penalty in a rarest of rare case by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the year 2010. The sentence has not execution. Which of the following options can be best applied in this
situation:
a. Ashok cannot be given any relief as it’s a rarest of rare case
b. Ashok has a right to appeal as the wait period is longer than 5 years
c. Ashok does not have a right to appeal as no appeal can be filed against the judgment of a Supreme Court
b. Ashok has a right to appeal on the ground of reformation.
6. Mr. Smith, a foreign national visited India and was arrested on the suspicion of smuggling gold. He did not have the means to engage a lawyer and was thus unable to present his case. Identify the fundamental right of Mr. Smith violated in the above situation:
a. Article 14 – Right to equality
b. Article 19 – Right to freedom
c. Article 21 – Right to life and personal liberty
d. Article 24 – Right against exploitation

7. Vishal, a lawyer appearing in the Supreme Court argues cases in court upon instructions from another advocate. He wears gown that has flaps on the shoulders and cannot file a vakalatnama. Which category of lawyers does
Vishal belong to?
a. Senior Advocate
b. Advocate on Record
c. Solicitor
d. Attorney General

8. Arrange sequentially, the evolution of legal services in India
1. Article 39A inserted via 42nd Amendment Act
2. Committee under Justice Krishna Iyer to develop legal aid scheme for states
3. Parliament enacted the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987
4. Committee on National Implementation of Legal Aid under Justice P N Bhagwati
a. 1,2,3,4
b. 1.3.2.4
c. 4,1,2,3
d. 2,1.4,3

9. How do regulators assist in the functioning of Tribunals? State, giving examples.

10. Apart from early retirement age, give any two factors that deter any senior lawyer from accepting judgeship in India.

11. Rita is charged for stealing jewelry. During the trial, she negotiates with the prosecution whereby the prosecution agrees to press for lesser charges. Identify and explain this arrangement.

12. Saahi, a resident of Candia, fearing persecution on the grounds of nationality, seeks asylum from a neighboring country, and is unwilling to

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Soalan 1

(i) Baca petikan di bawah dengan teliti, kemudian jawab soalan yang berikutnya.(5 Markah)

Gambus merupakan alat muzik tradisional dari negara Timur Tengah yang kini sangat terkenal di Malaysia. Alunannya cukup mengasyikkan apabila mengiringi muzik tradisional yang lain seperti Zapin dan Ghazal serta mampu memukau sesiapa yang mendengarnya.Gambus atau dikenali sebagai Qanbus ini berasal dari Yemen yang mempunyai bentuk tirus,memanjang, serta lebih kecil jika dibandingkan dengan Oud. Oud turut dimainkan dalam
muzik Ghazal mahupun Zapin, mempunyai saiz lebih pendek, mempunyai struktur seakanakan buah pear serta mempunyai lubang padan badan yang besar seperti gitar.

Berbanding Oud, gambus menggunakan kulit binatang seperti kambing pada permukaannya. Bunyinya pula seakan-akan sama tetapi ciri kedua-dua alat muzik ini secara fizikalnya memang berbeza-beza. Keadaan ini menyebabkan alat muzik Oud sering dianggap gambus di sesetengah tempat. Selain Oud dan gambus, terdapat pelbagai lagi alat muzik bertali seperti ini digunakan di negara timur tengah seperti Buzok (Syria) Saz dan Cumbus (Turki), Lavta (Greece dan Turki), Setar (Iran), Barbat (Mesir) dan beberapa lagi alat muzik bertali yang dirujuk sebagai gambus.

Alat-alat muzik ini dipercayai telah dicipta, dimainkan sejak keturunan keempat Nabi Adam a.s. dan menjadi mitos popular yang diketahui secara meluas. Malah, jika kita perhatikan, terdapat ukiran figura orang sedang bermain gambus di dinding piramid semasa kerajaan Mesir kuno menjadi mercu tanda tamadun awal manusia. Mungkin alat muzik oud dan gambus tidaklah sama seperti sekarang tetapi sehingga kini ia menjadi salah satu identiti
muzik dan peradaban masyarakat Arab di rantau timur tengah. 

Jika amati semula tulisan ilmuwan Islam dalam konteks kesenian seperti Al-Kindi, tidak ada satu pun menyatakan perihal asal-usul kewujudan gambus. Asal-usul yang dianggap mitos popular cuma disampaikan melalui cerita lisan antara generasi sehinggalah rupa bentuk gambus dan oud itu kita boleh lihat seperti hari ini. Al-Kindi banyak menjelaskan tentang konteks bermain muzik menggunakan instrumen bertali yang dinamakan gambus. Beliau juga menyentuh tentang cara menulis nota muzik secara formal dan teknik menulis nota muzik ini kekal seperti hari ini.

Rahsia ini dibongkar oleh penulis, Chrysalis Forster yang mengarang buku Musical Mathematic. Chrysalis menyatakan etimologi muzik yang dikenali sebagai 'Musiqi' sebenarnya diperkenalkan oleh Al-Kindi dan bukannya daripada orang Greek. Menurut buku Warisan Seni dari Timur Tengah tulisan Raja Zulkarnain Raja Mohd Yusof, Oud (gambus) telah sampai ke Tanah Melayu sejak beberapa kurun yang lalu. Ia dipercayai telah dibawa
oleh pedagang Arab semasa berdagang di Tanah Melayu sejak kurun ke 9.

Walaupun penerimaan budaya bermain Oud (Gambus) di Malaysia tidaklah begitu hebat seperti Indonesia, tetapi budaya bermain gambus mula mendapat sambutan orang Malaysia selepas pengaruh dan asimilasi antara rumpun masyarakat di Nusantara berlaku sejak 100 tahun lalu. Pengetahuan tentang muzik oud dan gambus di Malaysia pula hanya terhad kepada dua genre muzik sahaja iaitu zapin dari Arab dan ghazal dari India.

Sejak seratus tahun dahulu, alat muzik ini diwariskan secara turun-temurun dan tidak ada pembelajaran formal mengenai instrumen ini. Gambus juga dilihat kurang mendapat perhatian seperti gitar kerana kurangnya pendedahan formal kepada masyarakat kerana gambus tidak dipersembahkan di peringkat majlis rasmi kerajaan. Irama dan instrumen gambus juga dibayangi oleh zapin dan ghazal, justeru ia hanya dianggap sebagai manifestasi  yang diwarisi oleh orang Melayu

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

CBSE PORTAL : (Download) CBSE Class-12 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2017-18 : Human Rights and Gender Studies

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Human Rights and Gender Studies

Human Rights and Gender Studies(075)
Sample Question Paper
Class – XII (2017-18)

Time allowed: 3 hours

Maximum Marks: 70
General Instructions:

(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) Question Nos. 1-6 are of 1 markeach. The answers to these questions should not exceed 20 words each.
(iii) Question Nos. 7-11 are of 2 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 40 words each.
(iv) Question Nos. 12-17 are of 4 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 100 words each.
(v) Question Nos. 18-22 are of 6 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 150 words each.

Q. 1 Define human rights. 1 mark
Q. 2 What is Liberal Feminism? 1 mark
Q. 3 Highlight any two aspects of Gender Budgeting? 1 mark
Q. 4 Define positive discrimination. 1 mark
Q. 5 What is the rationale of having Legal Aid Cells? 1 mark
Q. 6 Give one example of problems related to the implementation of laws? 1 mark
Q. 7 Discuss the inequalities prevalent in India? 2 marks
Q. 8 Explain the need for Affirmative Action. 2 marks
Q. 9 Write any four elements of Gender Mainstreaing? 2 marks
Q. 10 Suggest ways to address dowry related crimes. 2 marks
Q. 11 According to article in 14, constitution of India, “The state shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within territory of India.” Highlight its objective? 2 marks
Q. 12 Highlightingthe composition of HRC, write any four of its functions. 4 marks
Q. 13 Reflectingupon the Gender Studies, describe the link between Women Studies and Gender Studies. 4 marks
Q. 14 Critically examine the legal provision with respect to Equal Wages for Equal Work. Give suggestions for its effective implementation. 4 marks
Q. 15 Discuss equality of Fair opportunity CEF as suggested by John Rowls 4 marks
Q. 16 Identify the areas which are not covered by RTI Act. Reflect upon the reasons behind their exclusion. 4 marks
Q. 17 Analyse the recommendations given by Justice Verma Committee and discuss its relevance in present circumstances. 4 marks
Q. 18 Write short notes on:- 6 marks
(a) Family Courts
(b) Crime against Women Cell
OR
Write short notes on:-
(a) Consumer Protection Act, 1981
(b) RTE Act, 2009
Q. 19 Examine the challenges at international level with respect to achievements and failures of economic development. 6 marks

OR
Compare and contrast the role played by the United Nations with regards to refugees and environmentally displaced people. Suggest ways to address any discrepencies.
Q. 20 Analyse the implementation of laws and principles related to person with disabilities (PWD)in school education. Give two examples to support your answer. 6 marks
OR
Discuss the provisions under the Juvenile Justice Act, if a 16 years old is caught committing a crime.
Q. 21 Discuss the existing legal provisions related to Human Trafficking and Female Feoticide and suggest with the help of examples, how these provisions can be strengthened? 6 marks ORTaking example from present scenario, how gender equality can be addressed with respect to economic growth.
Q. 22 Compare and contrast Women in Development Theory and Gender Development Theory. 6 marks
OR
Critically examine the role played by media in Gender Mainstreaming. Give examples.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

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Informatics Practices

Sample Question Paper
Subject: Informatics Practices
Class: XII
Session 2017-18


Time: 3 Hrs. M.M. 70
1 (a) Mr. Ravi, an IT Help Desk executive needs to remotely login a customer’s PC to provide him technical support. Suggest a remote access software to him. 1
(b) Identify the type of network (out of LAN/PAN/MAN/WAN) formed in the given diagram: 1
(c) Identify the fastest wired media out of the following: Ethernet cable, Optical fiber, Co-axial cable 1


(d) Mention any two main advantages of star topology over bus topology. 1
(e) Discuss the significance of Bluetooth technology. 2
(f) I. Write down any two advantages of Open Source Software over Proprietary software.

II. Ms. Sita trying to log into your Internet Banking account for online transaction activity. However, as strange as it may seem, she is denied of an access to the bank’s website, in spite of having a swift internet connection. What do you think the reason behind this problem is and suggest her few simple precautions in order to overcome any such type of network security threats. 4

2 (a) I. Help Manish in identifying the incorrect variable name with justification from the following:

i. unit@price; ii. fee; iii. userid; iv. avg marks;
II. Write Java code to declare a variable named Price of integer type. Assign a value 10 to this variable. Overwrite the value of price with its double value. Decrease the value of price by 5.4
(b) Rewrite the following code using switch case:
int day=Integer.parseInt(jTextField1.getText()); 2
if(day>=1 && day<=5)
jOptionPane1.showMessageDialog(this, "Working Day"); else if(day>=6 && day<=7)
jOptionPane1.showMessageDialog(this, "Off Day"); else
jOptionPane1.showMessageDialog(this, "Invalid Entry");

(c) i. Ms. Sangeeta wants to add few descriptive lines in the HTML code which should not be displayed on the webpage rather should remain inactive during execution. Suggest her the solution along with example.

ii. How HTML is different from XML? Mention any two point of difference. 4

3 (a) Mention any two example of common Database Management System. 1
(b) Write the full forms of the following:
i. DDL ii. DML 1
(c) Ms. Archana, a class XI student has just started learning MySQL. Help her in understanding the basic difference between Alter and Update command with suitable example.
Also suggest her suitable command for the following purpose:
i. To display the list of the database already existing in MySQL.
ii. To use the database named City.
iii. To remove the pre-existing database named Clients.
iv. To remove all the records of the table named “Club” at one go along with its structure permanently. 4
(d) Observe the given table named “Loan” carefully and predict the output of the following queries:

Loan File_No Cust_Name PhoneNo Loan_Amt Bank Cheque_Dt 619095 Ms. Roshni 9899965430 809876 HBDC  Ltd. 2017-06-15
234252 Mr. Rajesh 8654327890 745738 ICUCI Ltd. 2017-07-22
543613 Mrs. Sapna 8883546354 NULL NBI Ltd.S 2017-07-24
435467 Mr. Navneet 9764747474 647484 ICUCI Ltd. 2017-08-13
263427 Ms. Puja 8746454742 546373 HBDC Ltd. 2017-08-30

i. select count(file_no)-count(loan_amt) from loan;
ii. select Cust_Name,Loan_Amt from loan where month(cheque_dt)=7;
iii. SELECT concat(left(file_no,2),right(cust_name,2)) AS “ID” from loan where Bank='ICUCI Ltd.';
iv. select round(loan_amt-loan_amt*10/100) As "Discounted Payment" from loan where loan_amt>700000; 4
4 (a) Write down the full forms of the following:
i. URL ii. IDE1

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SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER
CLASS XII (2017-18)
HOME SCIENCE (064)
TIME -3Hrs M.M-70

General Instructions:

  • All questions are compulsory. 2.There are in all 25 questions.
  • Question nos.1-6 are for 1 mark, to be answered in one or two lines.
  • Question nos.7-13 are of 2 marks, to be answered in 10-20 words.
  • Question nos.14-15 are of 3 marks ,to be answered in 20-30 words.
  • Question nos.16-21 are of 4 marks, to be answered in 30-50words.
  • Question nos.22-25 are of 5 marks, to be answered in 60-100 words.
  • Support your answer with suitable examples and figures wherever required.

Q1.What are the two factors which effect the expenditure of the family? (1)

Q2.Distinguish between cephalocaudal and proximodistal development. (1)

Q3.Write one similarity and one difference between DWCRA and MGNERGA. (1)

Q4.Mention two reasons why adolescents are vulnerable to depression. (1)

Q5.How can college going Shruti increase her real income? (1)

Q6.Why detergents should be preferred over soap? (1)

Q7.Ramesh has diarrohea and constipation patients at home. What differences he can do in cooking food for both these patients? (2)

Q8. Enlist the importance of milk and its products in one’s diet. (2)

Q9.Your 70 year old grandfather gets angry very soon. Write any two possible reasons of it and any two ways to control it? (2)

Q10. List any four opportunities available for a career in the field of “Resource management and Design Application”. (2)

Q11. Write the impact of culture and media on a 15 year old boy. (2)

Q12.You notices various pests in your kitchen, in what four ways could you have prevented your kitchen from the pests? (2)

Q13. Suggest to an affluent family about any one latest method of water purification they should use in the home, with its one advantage and one limitation. (2) Q14.Illustrate any three designs for the sleeve of a kurta for a girl/boy who has thin arms, using elements of design. (3)

Q15. A family purchases food items from local market. Nowadays their ten year old boy is suffering from skin rashes and edema that the doctor has ascribed to his food intake. What could be the reason of it and write what other two symptoms can be observed in him? Give three steps to prevent it. (3)

Q16.How do new responsibilities are added at middle adulthood and how the people of this age group cope with them? (4)

Q17. Adolescence is a period of changes in one’s life. (4)
(a) Tell any four cognitive changes adolescents go through.
(b) Give any four advantages of peer group in their life.

Q18.Rita is working in a company. She wants to invest some money but confused between bank and post office schemes. Guide her to select between two of these and also tell her any four factors, she should keep in mind while selecting an investment scheme. (4)

Q19. When you will buy a shirt for yourself, how you will decide for it by keeping in mind the quality, workmanship, season and drape? Give two points for each of the above mentioned concerns. (4)

Q20. Your mother has to buy Gold from the market. These days numerous brands are advertising about their product and Government has also put standard mark on the Gold items to make them more reliable. Draw the standard mark your mother should look on the gold item and compare between the consumer aids and standard marks by giving their two benefits and one drawback. (4)

Q21.Mr. Singh earns Rs. 70,000/- from his shop, owns a house in good locality has domestic help for household chores and is satisfied in saving Rs. 20,000/- every month. Identify and define the different types of income of Mr. Singh by observing the above mentioned statement. (4)

Q22.Give five points of comparison with one justification each for the type of clothes you would select for 1 year old, 8 year old, 16 year old, 36 year old and 76 year old persons. (5) Q23. ‘Nutritional needs and food preferences of an individual affect meal planning’. Support this statement with two examples each. Mention two points you will keep in mind while planning meal for a preschooler. (5)

Q24.Describe any five problems faced by the consumers, while purchasing goods, vegetables and grocery items from the market. Also write three rights and two duties of an alert consumer in this context. (5)

Q25.Neha took out her silk sari with golden zari border from the cupboard and found border turned black and holes in it. What could be the possible reasons for both and also tell her six precautions she should take while storing silk? (5)

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