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CBSE PORTAL : CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016 : Geography

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CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016 : Geography

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 04:12 AM PDT

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CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016

 

Exam Name :  CBSE Borad Exam Class - 12 Model Answers 2016

Subject : Geography (Model Answer)

Year : 2016

 

CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016 : Hindi Elective

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 04:07 AM PDT

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CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016

 

Exam Name :  CBSE Borad Exam Class - 12 Model Answers 2016

Subject : Hindi Elective (Model Answer)

Year : 2016

 

(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class X Improvement of Performance Examination, 2017

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 03:39 AM PDT

(Date Sheet) CBSE : Class X Improvement of Performance Examination, 2017

DATE SHEET

DAY, DATE AND TIME SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
Monday, 17th , July, 2017 10.30 A.M. TO 1.30 P.M. 087 SOCIAL SCIENCE
Tuesday, 18 th, July, 2017 10.30 A,M. TO 1.30 P.M. 005

006

007

009

010

011

012

013

014

015

016

018

024

025

026

064

089

095

098

BENGALI

TAMIL

TELUGU

MARATHI

GUJARATI

MANIPURI

MALAYALAM

ODIA

ASSAMESE

KANNADA

ARABIC

FRENCH

NEPALI

LIMBOO

LEPCHA

HOME SCIENCE

TELUGU-TELANGANA

BHUTIA

MIZO

Wednesday, 19 th , July, 2017
10.30
A.M. TO 1.30 P.M
101

184

ENGLISH COMMUNICATIVE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Thursday, 20th,July, 2017
10.30 A.M.
TO 1.30 P.M.
086

090

SCIENCE-THEORY

SCIENCE W/0 PRACTICAL

Friday, 21 st,July, 2017
10.30 A.M.
TO 1.30 P.M.
002

085

HINDI COURSE-A .

HINDI COURSE-B

Saturday, 22nd , July, 2017
10.30
A.M. To 1.30 P.M.

10.30 A.M. To 12.30 P.M.

041

031

034

MATHEMATICS

CARNATIC MUSIC (VOCAL)

MUSIC HINDUSTANI (VOCAL)

Monday, 24th , July, 2017

10.30 A.M. TO 1.30 P.M.

10.30 A.M. TO 11.30 A.M.
003

004

122

303

406

462

466

URDU COURSE - A

PUNJABI

SANSKRIT

URDU

COURSE - B

INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM (O)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (C)

INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM (C)

NOTES :-

1. The Answer Books would be distributed to the candidates between 10.00 – 10.15 A.M during which the candidates would write their particulars on the Answer Book and the same shall be checked and signed by the Asstt. Supdt.(S) . The Question paper will be distributed
at 10.15 – 10.30 A.M. (15 Minutes Extra ) the students would read the Question paper and plan proper strategy to write the answers. At 10.30 A.M. the students will start writing the answer.

2. The duration of time of each paper bas been indicated in the date – sheet. However, the duration of time for each subject/paper as given on the question paper be followed meticulously.

3. Centre for Practical examination in respect of Subjects offered by Private candidates shall be at the centre of their Theory examination, unless otherwise, notified. For date and time of practical examination Privates candidates should contact the Principal of the school, where they appear for the theory examination on or before the day of theory examination.

4 .The practical examination will be conducted by the teacher of the school concerned. No external examiner will be appointed by the Board. The date and time so fixed, be intimated to the candidates concerned well in advance in writing.

5. Practical examination in respect of candidates failing in Practical is to be completed within a week after the theory examination is over.

6. In Commerce, the candidates have the option to offer either Elements of Bussiness OR Elements of Book-keeping and Accountancy OR E-Type Writing-English OR E-Type WritingHindi.

7. The result of the examination is likely to be declared by 3rd week of August 2017. No enquires about the actual date of declaration of the result will be attended to.

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CBSE : Date Sheet for Class XII Compartment-2017

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 03:31 AM PDT

CBSE : Date Sheet for Class XII Compartment - 2017

DATE – SHEET

Day, Date & Time                 Subject             Duration of Examination
Monday, 17th july,2017           All Subjects         As given on the Question Paper(s)
at 10.30 a.m.

NOTES :-

1. The Answer Books would be distributed to the candidates between 10.00- 10.15 A.M. during which the candidates would write their particulars on the Answer book and the same shall be checked and signed by the Asstt. Supdt. (s); the Question paper will be distributed at 10.15 A.M. from 10.15-10.30 A.M. (15 Minutes Extra ) the students would read the question paper and plan proper strategy to write the answer. At 10.30 A.M. the students will start writing the answers.

2. In addition to theory Examination given above, there will also be practical examination in respect of those candidates who have failed in practical in a subject involving practical.

3. Candidates appearing for the compartmental examination in a subject involving practical work are required to appear in theory only in case they have passed in practical.

4. The practical examination will be held, unless otherwise notified, at the centre of theory examination within three days after the theory examination is over.

5. The duration of practical examination in Physical Education and Music will be at the discretion of the examiner.

6. The result of the examination is likely to be declared in the second week of August, 2017.This is only a Probable date for declaration of result. No enquiries about the actual date of declaration of result will be attended to.

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme Question Paper, English Elective

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 01:50 AM PDT

 
Class 12 papers

CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme Question Paper, English Elective 

CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  English Elective (N)

ENGLISH (Elective)  (N)
Time allowed : 3 hours
Maximum Marks : 100
 
General Instructions :
(i) Question Nos. 1 – 4 are compulsory.
(ii) Attempt either question 5 or 6.
(iii) Your answers should be to the point. Stick to the given word limit.
  • Please check that this question paper contains 11 printed pages.
  • Code number given on the right hand side of the question paper should be written on the title page of the answer-book by the candidate.
  • Please check that this question paper contains 6 questions.
  • Please write down the Serial Number of the question before attempting it.
  • 15 minute time has been allotted to read this question paper. The question paper will be distributed at 10.15 a.m. From 10.15 a.m. to 10.30 a.m., the students will read the question paper only and will not write any answer on the answer-book during this period.
SET-4
SECTION A — (Reading) 20
 
1. (A) Read the passage given below and complete the statements that  follow : 10
 
1 Elephants are prone to many diseases. In the Ramayana there are references to elephants gripped by fever. They are susceptible to enteric fever, pox and foot-and-mouth disease. They also may get rabies when bitten by rabid dogs. The intense heat of north India does not suit elephants. In
February 1962, a party of sadhus camped with their elephant outside a city. They could not provide either covering or shelter for the night and the animal just froze to death.
 
2 If an elephant catches a chill, he may get pneumonia or pleuropneumonia. When the body of an elephant is heated up through exertion in kheda, it is not wise to let him drink cold water or to bathe him. He may catch pneumonia or get colic pain. However, the practice in South India is just the opposite
of this. There they give a newly-captured elephant plenty of water to drink so that he may cool down.
 
3 When wild elephants invade human habitations, they eat up anything they come across flour, jaggery, even tobacco.
 
Sometimes from overeating or from eating things that do not agree with them, they become ill with digestive disorders. Elephants have been known to have become so sick as to remain sprawled on the ground for days, being unable to move. In the Khara forest in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, once a
 

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : English Elective (C)

SECTION A
(Reading) 20
1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 10
1 Respect of others is a critical measure of the significance of your own life. Have you noticed that as people grow older, how important
being respected becomes to them ? As life plays itself out and the end seems near, the only things that seem important are love and a
healthy regard by those who matter to us. Respect is a measure of a  life well spent, a life that was useful to others.
 
2 Men had it easy in earlier times. Regardless of his position outside, a man was the king in his own house, with wife and children
pandering to every wish, tiptoeing around him and creating a respectable aura for him. Remember how Grandma treated
Grandpa ? Or, how our parents barely spoke with their own ads out of a respectful fear and a distant regard ? Grandma made sure to
create a respectful aura around the man of the house, and he revelled in that feeling of regard.
3 Such respectful pandering creates an aura around a person, which forces others to look at him in a new light, a rub-off from the regard
of others; those men earned that respect merely by being the providers and protectors. As roles diffused, the man‖s aura
diminished and he came to be treated less God-like. Now he had to earn that respect by other means. Some accepted this more easily
than others.
 
4 Respect does have a ripple effect. You tend to respect those who are respected by others. And so, it becomes important to be respected by
those immediately around you. Certainly there is a regard you gain by sheer dint of your position or your relationship with someone. But
far more precious is the regard you earn through who you are, how you conduct yourself, and how you interact with others.
 

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme Question Paper, English Core

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 01:33 AM PDT

 
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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme Question Paper, English Core

CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  English Core (Set-1)

SECTION A — (Reading) 30
1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : 12
 
We sit in the last row, bumped about but free of stares. The bus rolls out of the dull crossroads of the city, and we are soon in open
countryside, with fields of sunflowers as far as the eye can see, their heads all facing us. Where there is no water, the land reverts to desert.
While still on level ground, we see in the distance the tall range of the Mount Bogda, abrupt like a shining prism laid horizontally on the
desert surface. It is over 5,000 metres high, and the peaks are under permanent snow, in powerful contrast to the flat desert all around.
Heaven Lake lies part of the way up this range, about 2,000 metres above sea-level, at the foot of one of the higher snow-peaks.
 
2 As the bus climbs, the sky, brilliant before, grows overcast. I have brought nothing warm to wear: it is all down at the hotel in Urumqi.
Rain begins to fall. The man behind me is eating overpoweringly smelly goats‖ cheese. The bus window leaks inhospitably but reveals a
beautiful view. We have passed quickly from desert through arable land to pasture, and the ground is now green with grass, the slopes
dark with pine. A few cattle drink at a clear stream flowing past moss-covered stones; it is a Constable landscape. The stream changes
into a white torrent, and as we climb higher I wish more and more that I had brought with me something warmer than the pair of shorts that
have served me so well in the desert. The stream (which, we are told,
 

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : English Core (Set-2)

ENGLISH (Core)
 
Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100
General Instructions :
(i) This paper is divided into three sections : A, B and C. All the sections are compulsory.
(ii) Separate instructions are given with each section and question, wherever necessary. Read these instructions very carefully and follow
them faithfully.
(iii) Do not exceed the prescribed word limit while answering the questions.

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  EnglishCore (Set-3)

On the basis of your understanding of the above passage complete the
statements given below with the help of the options that follow : 14=4
 
(a) One benefit of sitting in the last row of the bus was that
(i) the narrator enjoyed the bumps.
(ii) no one stared at him.
(iii) he could see the sunflowers.
(iv) he avoided the dullness of the city.
 
(b) The narrator was travelling to
(i) Mount Bogda.
(ii) Heaven Lake.
(iii) a 2,000-metre high snow-peak.
(iv) Urumqi.
 
(c) On reaching the destination the narrator felt relieved because
(i) he had got away from the desert.
(ii) a difficult journey had come to an end.
(iii) he could watch the snow-peak.
(iv) there were thick quilts on the beds.
 
(d) Mount Bogda is compared to
(i) a horizontal desert surface.
(ii) a shining prism.
(iii) a Constable landscape.
(iv) the overcast sky.
 
Answer the questions given below briefly : 16=6
(e) Which two things in the bus made the narrator feel uncomfortable ?
(f) What made the scene look like a Constable landscape ?
(g) What did he regret as the bus climbed higher ?
(h) Why did the narrator like to buy food from outside ?
(i) What is ironic about the pair of trousers lent by Mr. Cao ?
(j) Why did Mr. Cao not like the narrator to swim in the lake ?
(k) Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following : 12=2
(i) sellers (Para 4)
(ii) increased (Para 7)

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme Question Paper, English Language & Literature

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 01:13 AM PDT

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme

Question Paper English Language & Literature

 

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 :  English Language & Literature (Set -1)

ENGLISH (Language and Literature)
Time allowed : 3 hours
Maximum Marks : 70
General Instructions :
(i) The Question paper is divided into three sections :
Section A — Reading 20 marks
Section B — Writing and Grammar 25 marks
Section C — Literature : Textbooks and
Long Reading Text 25 marks
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) Marks are indicated against each question.
  • Please check that this question paper contains 8 printed pages.
  • Code number given on the right hand side of the question paper should be written on the title page of the answer-book by the candidate.
  • Please check that this question paper contains 11 questions.
  • Please write down the Serial Number of the question before attempting it.
  • 15 minute time has been allotted to read this question paper. The question paper will be distributed at 10.15 a.m. From 10.15 a.m. to 10.30 a.m., the students will read the question paper only and will not write any answer on the answer-book during this period.
 
SECTION A – (Reading) 20 marks
1. Read the passage given below : 8
Then all the windows of the grey wooden house (Miss Hilton used to live here. She expired last week), were thrown open, a thing I had never
seen before. At the end of the day a sign was nailed on the mango tree : FOR SALE. Nobody in the street knew Miss Hilton. While she lived, her front
gate was always locked and no one ever saw her leave or saw anybody go in. So, even if you wanted to, you couldn’t feel sorry and say that you
missed Miss Hilton. When I think of her house I see just two colours. Grey and green. The green of the mango tree, the grey of the house and the grey of the high iron fence that prevented you from getting at the mangoes. If your cricket ball fell in Miss Hilton’s courtyard you never got it back. It wasn’t the mango season when Miss Hilton died. But we got back about ten or twelve of our cricket balls. The house was sold and we were prepared to dislike the new owners even before they came. I think we were a little worried. Already we  playing cricket, he complained that we were making too much noise
anyway.
One afternoon when I came back from school Pal said, ‘‘Is a man and a woman. She pretty pretty, but he ugly like hell.’’ I didn’t see much. The
front gate was open, but the windows were shut again. I heard a dog barking in an angry way. One thing was settled pretty quickly. Whoever these people were they would never be the sort of people to complain that we were making noise and disturbing their sleep. A lot of noise came from the house that night. The radio was going at full volume until midnight when the radio station closed down. The dog was barking and the man was shouting. I didn’t hear the woman.

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Read the passage given below : 8
Then all the windows of the grey wooden house (Miss Hilton used to live here. She expired last week), were thrown open, a thing I had never seen before. At the end of the day a sign was nailed on the mango tree : FOR SALE.
Nobody in the street knew Miss Hilton. While she lived, her front gate was always locked and no one ever saw her leave or saw anybody go in. So, even if you wanted to, you couldn’t feel sorry and say that you missed Miss Hilton.
 
When I think of her house I see just two colours. Grey and green. The green of the mango tree, the grey of the house and the grey of the high iron fence that prevented you from getting at the mangoes. If your cricket ball fell in Miss Hilton’s courtyard you never got it back. It wasn’t the mango season when Miss Hilton died. But we got back about ten or twelve of our cricket balls. The house was sold and we were prepared to dislike the new owners even before they came. I think we were a little worried. Already we had one resident of the street who kept on complaining about us to our parents. He complained that we played cricket on the pavement; and if we were not playing cricket, he complained that we were making too much noise anyway.
One afternoon when I came back from school Pal said, ‘‘Is a man and a woman. She pretty pretty, but he ugly like hell.’’ I didn’t see much. The front gate was open, but the windows were shut again. I heard a dog barking in an angry way.

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 :  English Language & Literature (Set -3)

Read the passage given below : 12
1 During our growing up years we as children were taught
  • both at home and school  to worship the photos and idols of the Gods of our respective religions. When we grew a little older, we were to read holy books like the Bhagwad Gita, Bible and Quran; we were told that there are a lot of life lessons to be learnt from these holy books. We were then introduced to stories from our mythologies which taught us about ethics and morality
  • what is good and what is bad. I also learnt to be respectful towards my parents who made my life comfortable with their hard work and love and care, and my teachers who guided me to become a good student and a responsible citizen.
 
2 Much later in life, I realised that though we learn much from our respective holy books, there is a lot to learn from our surroundings. This realisation dawned upon me when I learnt to enquire and explore. Everything around us
1. the sun, the moon, the stars, rain, rivers, stones, rocks, birds, plants and a

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme Question Paper, English Communicative

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 12:41 AM PDT

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 : All India Scheme

Question Paper English Communicative

 

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 :  English Communicative (Set -1)

ENGLISH (Communicative)
Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 70
General Instructions :
(i) The Question paper is divided into three sections :
Section A — Reading 20 marks
Section B — Writing and Grammar 25 marks
Section C — Literature 25 marks
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) You may attempt any section at a time.
(iv) All questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.
  • Please check that this question paper contains 8 printed pages.
  • Code number given on the right hand side of the question paper should be written on the title page of the answer-book by the candidate.
  • Please check that this question paper contains 11 questions.
  • Please write down the Serial Number of the question before attempting it.
  • 15 minute time has been allotted to read this question paper. The question paper will be distributed at 10.15 a.m. From 10.15 a.m. to 10.30 a.m., the students will read the question paper only and will not write any answer on the answer-book during this period.
 
SECTION A – (Reading) 20 marks
1. Read the passage carefully : 8
I was born in the small but beautiful mountain village of Nakuri near Uttarkashi in Garhwal, with the gurgling, playful Bhagirathi river
flowing nearby. My parents were a hard-working and extremely self-contained couple. Even though our family was poor, barely managing
the essentials, my father taught us how to live and maintain dignity and self-respect — the most treasured family value till today. At the same time
my parents also practised the creed, ‘‘Kindness is the essence of all religion.’’ They were large-hearted, inviting village folk passing by to have
tea at our home, and gave grain to the sadhus and pandits who came to the house. This characteristic has been ingrained in me so deeply that I
am able to reach out to others and make a difference in their lives — whether it is in my home, in society or at the workplace. I was the third child in the family — girl, boy, girl, girl and boy in that order — and quite a rebel. I developed a tendency to ask questions and was not satisfied with the customary way of life for a girl-child. When I found my elder brother, Bachchan, encouraging our youngest brother, Raju, to take up mountaineering I thought, why not me ? I found that my brothers were always getting preferential treatment and all opportunities and options were open to them. This made me even more determined to not only do what the boys were doing, but to do it better. The general thinking of mountain people was that mountaineering
as a sport was not for them. They considered themselves to be born mountaineers as they had to go up and down mountain slopes for their daily livelihood and even for routine work. On the other hand, as a student, I would look curiously at foreign backpackers passing by my village and wonder where they were going. I would even invite them to my house and talk to them to learn more about their travels. The full significance of this came to me later when I started working. The foreigners took the trouble to come all the way to the Himalayas in order to educate themselves on social, cultural and scientific aspects of mountaineering, as well as to seek peace in nature’s gigantic scheme of things.

 

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I was born in the small but beautiful mountain village of Nakuri near Uttarkashi in Garhwal, with the gurgling, playful Bhagirathi river flowing nearby. My parents were a hard-working and extremely self-contained couple. Even though our family was poor, barely managing the essentials, my father taught us how to live and maintain dignity and self-respect — the most treasured family value till today. At the same time my parents also practised the creed, ‘‘Kindness is the essence of all religion.’’ They were large-hearted, inviting village folk passing by to have tea at our home, and gave grain to the sadhus and pandits who came to the house. This characteristic has been ingrained in me so deeply that I am able to reach out to others and make a difference in their lives — whether it is in my home, in society or at the workplace. I was the third child in the family — girl, boy, girl, girl and boy in that order — and quite a rebel. I developed a tendency to ask questions and was not satisfied with the customary way of life for a girl-child. When I found my elder brother, Bachchan, encouraging our youngest brother, Raju, to take up mountaineering I thought, why not me ? I found that my brothers were always getting preferential treatment and all opportunities and options were open to them. This made me even more determined to not only do what the boys were doing, but to do it better.

 

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CBSE Class-10 Exam 2017 :  English Communicative (Set -3)

Read the passage carefully : 8
I was born in the small but beautiful mountain village of Nakuri near Uttarkashi in Garhwal, with the gurgling, playful Bhagirathi river flowing nearby. My parents were a hard-working and extremely self-contained couple. Even though our family was poor, barely managing the essentials, my father taught us how to live and maintain dignity and self-respect — the most treasured family value till today. At the same time my parents also practised the creed, ‘‘Kindness is the essence of all religion.’’ They were large-hearted, inviting village folk passing by to have tea at our home, and gave grain to the sadhus and pandits who came to the house. This characteristic has been ingrained in me so deeply that I am able to reach out to others and make a difference in their lives — whether it is in my home, in society or at the workplace. I was the third child in the family — girl, boy, girl, girl and boy in that order — and quite a rebel. I developed a tendency to ask questions and was not satisfied with the customary way of life for a girl-child. When I found my elder brother, Bachchan, encouraging our youngest brother, Raju, to take up mountaineering I thought, why not me ? I found that my brothers were always getting preferential treatment and all opportunities and options were open to them. This made me even more determined to not only do what the boys were doing, but to do it better.
 
The general thinking of mountain people was that mountaineering as a sport was not for them. They considered themselves to be born mountaineers as they had to go up and down mountain slopes for their daily livelihood and even for routine work. On the other hand, as a student, I would look curiously at foreign backpackers passing by my village and wonder where they were going. I would even invite them to my house and talk to them to learn more about their travels. The full significance of this came to me later when I started working. The foreigners took the trouble to come all the way to the Himalayas in order to educate themselves on social, cultural and scientific aspects of mountaineering, as well as to seek peace in nature’s gigantic scheme of things.

 

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​CBSE 2017-18 Syllabus Class-10 : Information And Communication Technology (Ict)

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 12:24 AM PDT

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CBSE Class-10 Syllabus 2017-18

 

Subject:  Information And Communication Technology (Ict)

Learning Outcomes:

1. Ability to develop a basic know how of one’s computer system.
2. Ability to use Internet and its services.
3. Ability to efficiently work on Image editing tools.
4. Ability to design a website using HTML.
5. Ability to design Online forms using HTML.
6. Ability to apply style sheets using CSS.
7. Ability to recognize security threats and take preventive measures.
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CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016 : Hindi Core

Posted: 27 Jun 2017 07:16 AM PDT

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CBSE Board Exam Class-12 Model Answers 2016

 

Exam Name :  CBSE Borad Exam Class - 12 Model Answers 2016

Subject : Hindi Core (Model Answer)

Year : 2016

 

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