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(Download) CBSE Class-10 2016-17 Sample Paper (Lepcha)
Time allowed: 3hours.
Note: Please check that this question paper contains 5 printed papers.
The question paper is divided into four sections:
Section A: Reading comprehensive. 10 marks.
Section B: (i) Writing. 10 marks.
Section C: Applied grammar. 15 marks.
Section D: Literature. 50 marks.
Panu Sikyong Tulku was the son of Panu Thutop Narngval. After the death of his father he was consecrated as the tenth Panu of Sikkim, Mayellyang. Though the succession of Panu Sikyong Tulku was very short he introduced Lepcha language in Tibetan Boarding School at Gangtok in the Year 1913. He appointed Ren.Nurshing Lepcha of Pakyong, East Sikkim, as Lepcha Language teacher. He is remembered as the first Lepcha Language teacher in his mother land.
Once at a time when the living beings were created on earth. All the living beings convened a meeting. They decided to make roads to connect one side of the world to another side of the world. The birds, insects, animals, and also human beings agreed to the plan. Now they started making roads of their own on earth.
But the Tung-Jying [a small species of a mouse] did not turn up. He said instead, "I don't need any road to walk on." I will go through my own path. I also promise you, " If I come across your road I will give up my lifI e " .
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(Download) CBSE Class-12 2016-17 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme (Physical Education)
Time :- 3 Hrs
Max Marks:- 70
Question 1 to 11 carry 1 marks each & may be answered in 10 – 20 words
Q1. What is the main objective of intramural activities?
Q2. Name any two non-nutritive component of diet.
Q3. Name the deformity for which horse riding can be used as corrective measure.
Q4. What do you mean by motor development?
Q5. Name the test used for strength measurement
Q6. List down the safety equipment required for rock climbing
Q7. What is the purpose of Harvard Step - Test?
Q8. Define coordinative ability.
Q9. Mention the various types of soft tissue injuries?
Q10. Name one Linear and one Angular Movement from the field of sports.
Q11. Pace - Run Method of training is used to develop for which motor component?
Q12.Draw knock-out fixture of 24 teams.
Q13. Describe various factors that may be kept in mind to conserve the environment during adventure sports.
Q14. Explain any three myths about dieting.
Q15.Personality and Posture are the two opposite sides of the same coin. Comment.
Q16. Enlist the spinal postural deformities? Explain the causes of Kyphosis & the precautions to avoid it.
Q17. Explain developments characteristics during childhood.
Q18. What are the changes that take place in cardiovascular system by doing regular exercise?
Q19. What is the relationship between load and adaptation during training programme?
Q20. Design a training programme for improvement of components of motor fitness.
Q21. Discuss the role of Psychologist for a team preparing to participate in competition.
Q22.Why the knowledge of biomechanics is essential for a coach to overcome the limitations of physical strength of an athlete?
Q23. Discuss the impact of different types of playing surface on athletes & the steps to Over-come the impact for avoiding injuries.
Q24. Give a brief outline of the factors that help in identifying a suitable sport for a child.
Q25.Ram is going regularly to the park near his home in the morning. He found that many old people have some or the other type of fitness problem in terms of flexibility and strength. He decides to check the fitness level of such people in the park. Explain the steps / test used by Ram for measuring the fitness.
Q26. Comment on the outlook of Indian society towards the participation of women in sports. Give supportive reason against your opinion.
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(Download) CBSE Class-12 2016-17 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme (Physics)
Time allowed: 3 hours
Maximum Marks: 70
(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) There is no overall choice. However, an internal choice has been provided in one question of two marks, one question of three marks and one question of five marks. You have to attempt only one of the choices in such questions. This paper has five distinct sections.
(iii) Section A has Question numbers 1 to 5. They are very short answer type questions, carrying one mark each.
(iv) Section B has Question numbers 6 to 10. They are short answer type questions, carrying two marks each.
(v) Section C has Question numbers 11 to 22. They are also short answer type questions, carrying three marks each.
(vi) Section D has Question number 23. It is a value based question, carrying four marks.
(vii) Question numbers 24 to 26 are long answer type questions, carrying five marks each.
(viii) Use of calculators is not permitted. However, you may use log tables, if necessary.
(ix) You may use the following values of physical constants wherever necessary:
1. Represent graphically the variation of electric field with distance, for a uniformly charged plane sheet. (1)
2. Draw a graph to show a variation of resistance of a metal wire as a function of its diameter keeping its length and material constant. (1)
3. A rod of length L, along East-West direction is dropped from a height H. If B be the magnetic field due to earth at that place and angle of dip is θ, then what is the magnitude of induced emf across two ends of the rod when the rod reaches the earth?
4. Two polaroids are placed with their optic axis perpendicular to each other. One of them is rotated through 45°, what is the intensity of light emerging from the second polaroid if I0 is the intensity of unpolarised light? (1)
5. With the help of a block diagram, show the basic constituents of the communication system. (1)
6. Two wires A and B of the same material and having same length, have their cross sectional areas in the ratio 1:6. What would be the ratio of heat produced in these wires when same voltage is applied across each? (2)
7. The focal length of a convex lens made of glass is 20 cm. What will be its new focal length when placed in a medium of refractive index 1.25?
The following data was recorded for values of object distance and the corresponding values of image distance in the experiment on study of real image formation by a convex lens of power + 5 D. One of these observations is incorrect. Identify this observation and give reason for your choice.
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