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(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper (Mathematics) 2014-2015

Posted: 04 Jan 2016 03:49 AM PST

(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper (Mathematics) 2014-2015

 
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(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper (English Language & Literature) 2014-2015

Posted: 04 Jan 2016 03:20 AM PST

(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper (English Language & Literature) 2014-2015

Section A
Reading - 20 Marks

Time: 3hrs.

M.M.70

VSAQ - 1 MARK

Q.1. Read the passage given below:

 8 Marks

Big, bold and beautiful, the Rafflesia arnoldii boasts the title of the largest flower in the world and can grow to massive proportions, with a flower diameter of up to one meter (three feet) and a hefty weight of up to 11 kilograms (24 lbs). It might seem like a great gift for that special someone except that it's nicknamed the corpse flower and smells like rotting meat, so may not be quite as endearing as expected.

Resembling the coiled tentacles of an octopus up close, the stinky flower leaves such a lasting impression that it was once described by Swedish zoologist Eric Mjöberg in 1928 as having "a penetrating smell more repulsive than any buffalo carcass in an advanced stage of decomposition." Nice. Technically a plant, although it has no leaves, stems or roots that the eye can see, the corpse flower relies on its strong perfume to attract insects that help with pollination. The other not so pleasant qualities of the flower are its parasitic tendencies; by living off the water and nutrients from the hapless Tetrastigma vine, the corpse flower is able to grow as large as it does. And whether it's considered a beauty, beast, or both, the lure of this bewitching flower is hard to resist. However, to be successful in a quest to find it, a few stars need to align. Found only in the dwindling rainforests of Sumatra and Borneo, pollination is rare and the bud death rate is high at 80-90%. The few buds that actually bloom take many months to do so, and when they do they last no more than a few days before dying. The good news is that there are great conservation efforts in place to protect the habitat of the Rafflesia species so future generations can experience the sight and smell of the largest flower on Earth. (314 words)

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(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper (English Communicative) 2016

Posted: 04 Jan 2016 12:25 AM PST

(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper (English Communicative) 2016

Section A
Reading

Q1. VSA (1 mark each)

Read the following passage carefully

First introduced in 1927, The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories are a series of books about the adventures of brothers Frank and Joe Hardy, teenaged detectives who solve one baffling mystery after another. The Hardy Boys were so popular among young boys that in 1930 a similar series was created for girls featuring a sixteen-year-old detective named Nancy Drew. The cover of each volume of The Hardy Boys states that the author of the series is Franklin W. Dixon; the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories are supposedly written by Carolyn Keene. Over the years, though, many fans of both series have been surprised to find out that Franklin W. Dixon and Carolyn Keene are not real people. If Franklin W. Dixon and Carolyn Keene never existed, then who wrote The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew mysteries?

The Hardy Boys and the Nancy Drew books were written through a process called ghostwriting. A ghostwriter writes a book according to a specific formula. While ghostwriters are paid for writing the books, their authorship is not acknowledged, and their names do not appear on the published books .Ghostwriters can write books for children or adults, the content of which is unspecific. Sometimes they work on book series with a lot of individual titles, such as The Hardy Boys and the Nancy Drew series.

The initial idea for both the Hardy Boys and the Nancy Drew series was developed by a man named Edward Stratemeyer, who owned a publishing company that specialized in children's books. Stratemeyer noticed the increasing popularity of mysteries among adults, and surmised that children would enjoy reading mysteries about younger detectives with whom they could identify. Stratemeyer first developed each book with an outline describing the plot and setting. Once he completed the outline, Stratemeyer then hired a ghostwriter to convert it into a book of slightly over 200 pages. After the ghostwriter had written a draft of a book, he or she would send it back to Stratemeyer, who would make a list of corrections and mail it back to the ghostwriter. The ghostwriter would revise the book according to Stratemeyer's instructions and then return it to him. Once Stratemeyer approved the book, it was ready for publication. Because each series ran for so many years, Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys both had a number of different ghostwriters producing books; however, the first ghostwriter for each series proved to be the most influential. The initial ghostwriter for The Hardy Boys was a Canadian journalist named Leslie McFarlane. A few years later, Mildred A. Wirt, a young writer from Iowa, began writing the Nancy Drew books. Although they were using prepared outlines as guides, both McFarlane and Wirt developed the characters themselves. The personalities of Frank and Joe Hardy and Nancy Drew arose directly from McFarlane's and Wirt's imaginations. For example, Mildred Wirt had been a star college athlete and gave Nancy similar athletic abilities. The ghostwriters were also responsible for numerous plot and  setting details. Leslie McFarlane used elements of his small Canadian town to create Bayport, the Hardy Boys fictional hometown.

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(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class 10th Board Examination - 2016

Posted: 03 Jan 2016 11:57 PM PST

(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class 10th Board Examination - 2016

DAY - DATE - TIME SUB-CODE SUBJECT NAME

Tuesday, 01 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 401 DYNAMICS RETAIL(O)
  • 402 INFO TECH (O)
  • 403 SECURITY (O)
  • 404 AUTO TECH (O)
  • 406 INT. TOURISM(O)
  • 461 DYNAMICS RETAIL(C)
  • 462 INFO TECH (C)
  • 463 SECURITY (C)
  • 464 AUTO TECH (C)
  • 466 INT. TOURISM(C)

Wednesday, 02 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 086 SCIENCE
  • 090 SCIENCE W/O PRAC

Thursday, 03 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 007 TELUGU
  • 018 FRENCH
  • 076 NATIONAL CADET CORPS
  • 166 INFORMATION & COMM TECH

Saturday, 05 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 049 PAINTING
  • 096 SPANISH

Tuesday, 08 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 002 HINDI COURSE A
  • 006 TAMIL
  • 085 HINDI COURSE B

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(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class 12th Board Examination - 2016

Posted: 03 Jan 2016 11:51 PM PST

(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class 12th Board Examination - 2016

DAY - DATE - TIME SUB-CODE SUBJECT NAME

Tuesday, 01 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 001 ENGLISH ELECTIVE
  • 101 ENGLISH ELECTIVE-C
  • 301 ENGLISH CORE

Thursday, 03 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 054 BUSINESS STUDIES
  • 199 BAHASA MELAYU
  • 624 ELECT APPLIANCES
  • 654 B THERAPY&HAIR DES
  • 745 BEAUTY & HAIR
  • 762 BASIC HORTICULTURE
  • 778 PRINTED TEXTILE
  • 789 OP & MAINT. OF COMM DEV

Saturday, 05 March, 2016 10.30 A.M.

  • 042 PHYSICS
  • 070 HERITAGE CRAFTS
  • 123 PERSIAN
  • 197 KASHMIRI
  • 605 SECT PRAC & ACCNTG
  • 619 CASH MGMT & H-KEEP
  • 623 ELECTRICAL MACHINE
  • 630 FABRICATN.TECH-II
  • 632 AC & REFRGTN-III
  • 642 VEGETABLE CULTURE
  • 655 COSMETIC CHEMISTRY
  • 658 OPTICS
  • 661 CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
  • 663 FUND OF NURSING II
  • 667 RADIOGRAPHY-GENL
  • 684 TEXTILE SCIENCE
  • 699 I T SYSTEM
  • 731 CHILD HEALTH NURSG
  • 751 BAKERY
  • 776 GARMENT CONSTRUCTION
  • 777 TRADITIONAL IND.TXT
  • 787 ELECTRICAL MACHINE
  • 800 SECURITY

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