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(Download) CBSE Class-10 2016-17 Sample Paper (Kannada)

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(Download) CBSE Class-12 2016-17 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme (NCC)

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Max marks : 49 marks Common Syllabus

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21 marks Special Subject

Duration: 3 hours

COMMON SYLLABUS

1. What is 'Sajna'(dressing)in drill with arms? 2 1

2. What is radio-active waste? 9 1

3. What is the ill-effect of high sulphur di oxide content in air on our health?

4. Write any 2 Directive Principles of State Policy 1 2

5. What is the need of etiquettes in a society? (Any 2) 4 2

6. After a series of events, including the Jallianwala Bagh, it was realized that there was no prospect of getting fair treatment at the hands of British , so it was planned to withdraw the nation's cooperation from the British government .
a) Identify the movement.
b) Under whose leadership this movement was started?
c) What was the outcome of this movement?
7. What are the 3 fundamentals of side pace? 2 3
8. Weapon training is a very important component of NCC program.

Explain giving 3 relevant points.

9. Explain the role of NCC carcass disposal groups at the time of any natural or manmade calamity.

10. State the laws of aiming. 3 4

11. Apart from boiling & filtration explain any 4 ways of water purification. 7 4

12. From 962 for every 1000 boys in the year 1981 , the sex ratio has decreased to an all time low of only 914 girls for 1000 boys in 2011.
a) Identify & explain the cause of dropping sex- ratio in the given period.
b) Explain any three effects of the given situation

13. What is self- awareness ? Explain any 5 dimensions of self- awareness. 2 6

14. What procedure is followed by the Guard Mounting NCO with regard to the inspection of the Guard?

15. State the objective of 'obstacle training' for an NCC Cadet. Enlist the safety measures to be followed during this course. What are the benefits of obstacle training course for a cadet?

Special Subjects

A. Army

1. What is a contour? 2 1

2. What is a modem? 6 1

3. Write about any two methods used in finding north? 2 2

4. Write about any two uses of service protector? 2 2

5. Mention about any four facilities that videophone provide? 6 2

6. Write about any three characteristics of Infantry. 1 3

7. With regard to 5.56MM INSAS rifle provide the following information:
(i) Length of rifle with bayonet.
(ii) Effective range
(iii) Muzzle velocity
(iv) Principal of operation
(v) Mode of fire
(vi) Normal rate of fire

8. Why is the study of military history is a must for political & military commanders? (Any three points)

9. What are the factors that help in the recognition of an object? (Any four)

B. Navy

1. How do we judge the correctness of the Sailing models? 8 1

2. Why is the knowledge of swimming necessary for a naval cadet? 9 1

3. Mention the parts of sail.

4. Explain the following terms:
(a) Reaching
(b) Sailing free

5. Write about any two types of fire fighting extinguishers used in navy.

6. Explain the system of watches on a naval ship. 1 3

7. What is the role of submarines? 2 3

8. What is a prosing? Mention any 4 prosigns which are used in Semaphore?

9 (a) What is the full form of RADAR? Mention about any two types of radars used in navy.
(b) Mention any 4 fittings we generally find in a ship.

C. Air Force

1. Who were known as Hawai Sepoys? 1 1

2. Name the President who proclaimed a national emergency under Article 353 of the Indian Constitution in 1971?

3. What are the special features of Light Combat Aircraft(LCA) 3 2

4. What is the purpose of Air Traffic Control Services?(Any 2) 5 2

5. How many types of aero engines are in use? Explain any one of them.

6. Define the following:
(a) Chord length
(b) Drag
(c) Angle of incidence

7. What are the three basic elements required in a map? Explain 6 3

8. What safety code will be followed by a cadet with regard to Radio control?

9. (a) What is unique about Ionosphere?
(b) What is a fuselage?
(c) What is a radar? Write about any two basic parts of a radar.

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(Download) CBSE Class-12 2016-17 Sample Paper (Philosophy)

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(Download) CBSE Class-12 2016-17 Sample Paper (Philosophy)

Time: 3 hrs

Max Marks: 100

General instructions:

i. All questions are compulsory.
ii. Question no. 1- 14 are of 2 marks each. The answer to these questions should not exceed 40 words each.
iii. Question no. 15- 28 are of 3 marks each. The answer to these questions should not exceed 60 words each.
iv. Question no. 29- 33 are of 6 marks each. The answer to these questions should not exceed 150 words each.

1. Define Jaina concept of Aparigraha.

2. State the meaning of cogito ergo sum.

3. What does Kant mean by Categorical Imperative?

4. State the Retributive theory of punishment.

5. Explain the meaning of Consequentialism.

6. What is the meaning of varna?

7. What do you understand by the first generation of Human Rights?

8. What is the Method of Doubt according to Descartes?

9. Explain Dharma as a purushartha.

10. What is virtue according to Aristotle?

11. What is Saptabhanginaya according to the Jaina philosophy?

12. Distinguish between pleasure and happiness.

13. Define the notion of Paramatma according to the Nyaya philosophy?

14. State the notion of Sakshi in the Bhagvadgita.

15. State the Problem of Evil.

16. Explain the Cosmological Argument.

17. State Mill's Utilitarianism.

18. Throw light on the four Ashramas.

19. Explain the notion of Aikantika according to the Jaina philosophy.

20. State any two Nyaya proofs for the existence of God.

21. Explain the notion of Brahmavihara.

22. What is Syadvada?

23. State any three arguments against the Divine Command theory.

24. Examine the notion of Rta.

25. Briefly state Ambedkar's critique of caste.

26. Examine the Buddhist notion of Pancasila.

27. Discuss the relevance of Vivekananda's view on religious tolerance.

28. State three arguments against capital punishment.

29. Examine Kant's ethics.

30. Discuss critically the Ontological Proof for the existence of God.

31. What do you understand by environmental degradation? Suggest some measures for the protection of environment.

32. State the notion of gender equality. Examine, in this context, the notion of women empowerment.

33. Examine Descartes' Mind-Body Dualism.

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(Notification) Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) Admission - 2017-18

Posted: 02 Feb 2017 11:55 PM PST

(Notification) Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) Admission - 2017-18

Eligibility for Admission:


Class Strength:

Reservation in Admission:

Conversion of Marks into Grade:

Documents:


FEE STRUCTURE (PER MONTH)

1. Admission Fee Rs. 25.00
2. Re Admission Fee Rs 100.00
3. Tutition Fee  
3(a) Class IX & X (Boys) Rs 200.00
3(b) Class XI & XII Commerce & Humanities (Boys) Rs 300.00
3(c) Class XI & XII Science (Boys) Rs.400.00
4. Computer Fund  
4(a) Class III onwards wherever Computer Education is being imparted Rs 100.00
4(b) Computer Science Fee. (for elective subjects) + 2 stage Rs 150.00
5 Vidyalaya Vikas Nidhi (Classes I - XII) Rs. 500.00

Admission Process:

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