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ENGLISH

ENGLISH
HOLIDAYS HOME WORK CLASS VI

1.

Write and learn paragraph on


my self, my friend , my school , homework,
independence day, my aim in life

2.

Notice
-

lost,found,football match

3.

Prepare ppt (CD) on astronaut/birds/mongoose

4.

Put print out of CD in

a file

5.

Learn syllabus of FA
-
1

6.

Read English newspaper daily

ENGLISH HOLIDAYS HOME WORK FOR CLASS VII

1.

Write and learn paragraph on


A.

Importance of trees

B.

Freedom is life

C.

My school

D.

My best friend

2.

Letters

A.

To uncle thanking for birthday gift

B.

Inviting your fri
end to spend holidays with you

C.

Remission of fine

D.

Fee concession

3.

Prepare ppt(CD) on

ants/deserts /elephants

4.

Put the print out in a file

5.

Read English newspaper daily

ENGLISH HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK FOR CLASS VIII

1.

Write and learn a paragraph on

child labour,a

friend in need is a friend indeed

2.

Write an email to your friend telling him about the home work/project

3.

Write an email to your friend telling him about the utility of books

4.

Write a letter to friend inviting him/her to spend holidays with you

5.

Prepare ppt o
n tsunami /floods ,put the print out in a file

6.

Learn the syllabus for FA
-
1

7.

Read English newspaper daily






ENGLISH HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK FOR CLASS IX

1.

Learn and write

A.

Writing skills of unit
-
1 and 2 (MCB)

B.

Comprehension of poem 1and 2

2.

Practis
e work sheet 1 to 5

(WORKBOOK)

3.

Prepare ppt on issues concerning environment

4.

Read the novel and prepare the summaries

5.

Learn the syllabus for FA
-
1

6.

Read English newspaper daily


ENGLISH HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK FOR CLASS X

7.

Learn and write

C.

Writing skills of unit
-
1 and 2 (MCB)

D.

Comprehension of poem 1and 2

8.

Practis
e work sheet 1 to 5 (WORKBOOK)

9.

Prepare ppt on any five medicinal plants

10.

Read the novel and prepare the summaries

11.

Learn the syllabus for FA
-
1

12.

Read English newspaper daily

ENGLISH HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK FOR CLASS XII

Reading Sk
ills

1 Sample paper exercises of Reading comprehension. 2

2. Note Making 2 exercises

Advanced Writing Skills

1.

Short composition

1. Advertisements 4

2. Notices 4

3. Formal & Informal Invitations 4



2. Long composition


Letter Writing Formal

Letter to Editor, job application, Letter to Authorities 4

Literature Section

Chapter wise summary of the novel “The Hound of the Baskerville “

Character sketch of the main characters of the novel.

Brief summaries of
the following lessons

1 The Last Lesson

2 Lost Spring
-

Stories of Lost Spring

3 The Tiger King


Gurmail

PGT English

Economics

1.

Why does economic problem arise?

2.

What is an economy?

3.

Name the central problem of a economy?

4.

What is efficient technique of
production?

5.

What is



Fuller utilization of resources



Growth of resources

6.

Define microeconomics and macroeconomics.

7.

Define opportunity cost.

8.

What is marginal opportunity cost/Marginal rate of transformation?

9.

Massive unemployement will shift the PPC to left
and economic growth shift PPC to
right. Explain.

10.

Explain the relationship between total utility and marginal utility.

11.

What are the eceptions to the law of diminishing marginal utility.

12.

A consumer consumes two goods. Its income is Rs. 50. Price of X commodi
ty = Rs.8 and
Y commodity = Rs. 5 each. Make the consumption bundle.



13.

Can be buy



4 units of X and 3 units of Y



5 units of X and 2 units of Y



Find MRS
xy

at the point of equiliburium.

14.

Distinguish between change in Quantity demanded and change in demand.

15.

Expl
ain the determinant (factor) affecting individual demand.

D= f(P
X

, P
R

, Y , T , E
F
)

16.

Why does the demand curve slope downward.


(Project)

Consumer Behaviour

1.

Study the market price of any 10 vegetables and fruits during one week regularly and
their demand by the buyers.; How the buyers behave while buying these commodities
and What are your findings about consumer behaviour. ( Mango, Grapes, Apple, Pea
nuts, Gr
een gourd(ghiya), Beans, Tomato, Pumkin, Capsicum and Cauliflower)

2.

Why do different comanpaines spend a lot of money on advertisement of their
products? Explain.

(Paste any 5 photographs of any advertisement of your choice)

3.

Do you think celebraties help t
o enhance the sale of a product? Do they effect your
behaviour as a consumer?

Explain any one advertismnet of your choice with photographs/ News cuttings.

Social Science


SOCIAL SCIENCE HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK

Class VII


B



1.

Maps


1. World
-

Continents and oceans


2. India
-

States and its capitals, Union Territories and its capitals



2.

Read lesson 1 to 5 of Geography


Lesson 1 to 5 of history



Lesson 1 to 5 of civic
s


And write atleast 5 objective type questions from each lesson.




Class VIII


A



1. Map of World


1. Continents


2. Oceans


Map of India


1. States


2. Capitals

2.

Extra Questions ( MCQ’S) Atleast 10 Questions from


1. History Chapter 1
-
4


2. Geography Chapter 1
-
4




3. Civics Chapter 1
-
3




Class IX


B


I
-

MAP WORK

1.

Map of world
-

All Continents and oc
eans

2.

Map of India
-

a) States of India


b) Capital Cities of India


c) Union territories


d) Capitals of union territories


e
) Southern most latitude of India, Southern most tip India, Northern


most latitude of India, Eastern and western most Meridian, Indian


standard Meridian, and tropic of cancer. (With t
heir degrees and


indentificaton )

3.

Read and write 10 MCQ’s from the following Chapters


Geography Chapter 1 to 3


Civics Chapter 1 to 3


Economics Chapter 1to 2



History Chapter 1 and 2

4. Prepare a CD (on any disaster) print out also. (Minimum 10 Slides)


Class 8
th

B




1)

10 Mcq each from chapter 3
rd
, 4
th

of history , civics and g
eography.

2)

Explain all exercise of lesson 3
rd

4
th

of history, civics and geoghraphy.

Class 10
th

A & B

Q.1) Fill in the map of India :
-


i. States


ii. capital of India


iii. Union Territory


iv. Capitals of UT


v. Types of soil

Q.2)

Geography
-
> Ch 1
-
4


Civics
-
> Ch 1
-
4


History
-
> Ch 4
-
8


Economics
-
> Ch 1&2


Read Chapter & Make MCQ ( at least 10 from each)

Class VI
-
A,C (Social Science)

1.

Learn and write lesson
geography The earth in the solar system .Civics understanding
Diversity .History What ,where ,how and when and write information given in the
textbook (boxes) and also prepare PPT.

2.

Map work {India and world}

1.states with capitals

2.Major oceans and conti
nents.

Class VIII
-
C (Social Science)

1.

Make Power point Presentation on geography Lesson Resources or
Land,Soil,Water,Wildlife and Natural Vegetation.


2.

Civics


a.The Indian Constitution or

b. Understanding Secularism

History
-
From Trade to Territory



Map wor
k {India and world}

1.states with capitals

2.Major oceans and continents


3.Write the additional information given in text book {boxes}

4. Students prepare them self for FA1 exam July 2013.

Class
-

X ‘C’

1.

Learn Lesson 6 of history & Lesson 2 Civics &
Lesson 1 of Economics & Lesson 1 of
Geography. Write 3 Question Daily

2.

Read Lesson 7, 8 of history & Lesson 3,4 of civics, Lesson 2 of Economics, Lesson 2,3,4 of
Geography. Make 8 MCQ of each lesson

3.

Project work
-

Make a file & CD of Disaster Managemento
f Lesson 2 Tsunami

4.

Map work
-

India states, Capital of states, different type of soil & desert.

Class
-

IX ‘A’ & ‘C’


1.

Learn lesson 1 of History, lesson 1,2 of civics, lesson 1 of Economics & lesson 1 of
Geoghraphy. Write 3 Question Daily (Extra Question &
Back Exercise)

2.

Read lesson 2,3 of History, Lesson 2 of economics, Lesson 2,3 of Geography, Lesson 3
Civics. Prepare 8 MCQ from each Lesson.

3.

Project Work
-

Make a file & CD of Lesson 2 of disaster management.

4.

Map work
-

India States, union territory, Capital
, Standard Meridian. World Map


Prime
meridian, Equator Line, Tropic of Capricon & Tropic of Cancer.

Class
-

VII ‘A’ & ’C’

1.

Project Work
-

Read one book relate to freedom Fighter or social reformer or any good
personality. Write Book Review

2.

Learn Lesson 1 of

History, Lesson 1,2 of geography, Lesson 1,2 of Civics. Write 2
Question Daily.

3.

Read lesson 2,3,4,5 of History, read lesson 3,4,5 of Civics & prepare 5 MCQ of Each
lesson.

4.

Map work
-

India States , capital of States, Union Territories of India. World Map


Continent & Ocean etc.

Class


6
th

C

Write 60 MCQ per Subject



1)

History 3
rd

Chapter (From Gathering to growing food)

2)

Civics 3
rd

Chapter (motion of the earth)

3)

Geography 3
rd

Chapter (what is government)

Map of India = 2

HISTORY

Holiday Home Work

Class


12
th

C

Make a file

1)

10 maps of India from three books (Revolt of 1857, mahajan path, incidence of
independence)

2)

100 question/answer of two mark from first text book.


MATHS

C
lass VI

1. Revise chapter 1 and 2 for FA
-
I.

2. Learn tables 2 to 20.

3. Solve at least 5 questions for addition,


Subtraction, multiplication and division.



Cl
ass VII

1. Revise chapter 1 and 2 for FA
-
I.

2. Learn tables 2 to 20.

3. Solve the solved examples of chapter1and2.

4. Revise class VI for LAT test.

C
lass VII
I

1. Revise chapter 1, 2 and 3 for FA
-
I.

2. Do solved examples of chapter 1, 2 and 3.

3. Learn conversion tables.



C
lass IX



1. Revise chapter

1, 2 and 3 for FA
-
I and with



pr
evious CBSE sample question paper.

2. Do solved examples of chapter 1, 2 and 3.

3. Prepare one PPT on any topic.

Class X

1.

Revise chapter 1, 2 and 3 for FA
-
I with previous CBSE sample question
paper.

2.

Do solved examples of chapter 1, 2 and 3.

3.

Prepare

one PPT on any topic.


Class XII

1). Revision of 1


4 lessons & test after holidays.


2). All examples of first four lessons.


3). Assignments of lessons 1


4 ( for practice given photocopy).



PHYSICS

1.
Q
uestions

from chapter 1 to 4 from last five years CBSE question paper (All
India and Delhi).

2.

NCERT Exercise from chapter 1 to 3.

3.

All derivations from chapter 1 to 3.

4.

Revision of ray optics, image formed by mirror and lenses and numerical
based on mirror a
nd lens formula.

5.

Cyclotron and AC generator.

6.

Human Eye and its defects.

7.

Make a PPT Of your favourite topic related with Physics.

Science

Class VI C

1.

Learn exercise questions.

2.

Write test for identification of protein, fat and starch.



3.

What i
s sorting? Write ten ways by which sorting can be done.

4.

Make five questions from each chapter 1 to 4 other than exercise
questions and answer it.

5.

Make PPT of your own favourite topic like food habits of different part of
our country, importance of wa
ter, balance diet and sorting of materials.


C
LASS
-
VII

1.

Learn chapter 1 and 2 for test on 25/6/13

2.

Prepare a scrap book for different modes of nutrition in animals and plants. 5 picture
for each mode of nutrition.

3.

Draw neat and well labelled

diagram of the following
-

a). a section through a leaf

b). cells in an onion peel

c). diagestive system of human beings.

d). different types of teeth in human beings

e). taste buds on our tongue



4. prepare a cd from showing the following



a). nutrition in any tow insectivorous plants.


b). digestion in a starfish


c).
sweet and tooth decay


5. Write a short note on
diarrhea

C
LASS
-

VIII A

1.

Immunication progrmme of india.

2.

(5) rabi crops [pictures].

3.

(5) kharif crops [pictures].

4.

(10) harmful micro
-
organisms[pictures]

5.

(10) useful
micro
-
organisms[picture].


Class : IX

1.

Class test on 25/6/13 from chapter 1 to 8



2.condussion of all activities in chapter 1 (activities 1.1 to 1.9)

3. (5 example) of 4 and 5 state of matter.

4. Do activity 8.9 and 8.10 on page 106,107.

5.Draw neat
diagram and label them.



a) a compound microscope.



b) cells in an onion peal.



c) a plant cell.



d) an animal cell.



e) a nerve cell.



f) red blood cell (RBC)

CLASS
-

X B

1.Prepare for class test on 25/6/13 from ch1. And ch.2.

2. write the equations
for the activities from 1.1 to 1.11 ( balanced equations).

3. collect 5 electricity bills and find out power consumed every month.

4.Draw a well and neat diagram of
-


1.Digestive system


2. stomata


3.respiratory organs


4.vertical section of heart



5.excretory system in human beings.

WORK EDUCATION

CLASS
-
6

1. Assemble a simple electric circuit by using bulb, wires, cell
\

battery.

2. Make a polythene using paper.



3. Make one simple model
\
design using ice
-
cream
sticks



CLASS
-
7

1. Assemble an electric circuit using single switch, holder and bulb.

2. Make an assignment on alternating circuit and direct circuit and its use.


CLASS
-
8

1. Make first
-
aid box and attach list of items [medicines].

2. Assemble an electric

circuit using single switch, holder and bulb.


CLASS
-
9

1.

Make assignment on fuses, its types and its description.

2.

Assemble electric circuit using two switches, two holders and two bulbs using wires and plug.

CLASS
-
10

1. Make assignment on different el
ectrical fundamentals:


1. Potential


2. Potential difference


3. Electric current


4. Resistance


5. Laws of resistance

2. Assemble electric circuit using two switches, two holders and two bulb using wires and pl
ug.

Computer project work

Class 6

&

7

Research

on five famous personality & make a scrap book on latest mobile and computers

Class 8



Make a ppt on any topic of your syllabus


(minimum 15 slides)

Class 9

th

Make a research on latest virus and
antivirus and prepare P
owerPoint presentation on it atleast
15 slides

(USING ANIMATION AND TRANSITIONS)

Class 10

Make a html website (minimum 5 pages)

using all concepts of HTML done till now.


Holiday Homework(Session
-
2013
-
14)

Class
-
XII



Subject
-
Computer Science

Question1.

Project Work

Search topic for Investigatory project for computer science(Analysis & design ) in batch of 2
students.



Question
-
2


a.Define a class Housing with the following specification:

Private members:

Name



20 Characters






Type



Character





Cost



float





Reg_no


integer(range 10
-
1000)

Public members:


ReadData() function to read an object of Housing type.

DisplayData() function which prints the details of an object.

Function Draw_nos() to c
hose and display the details of two houses selected randomly from an
array of ten objects of type Housing. Use random function to generate the registration numbers
to match with Reg_no from the array.



Qb.Answer

the questions (i) and (ii) after going through the following class:


class Physics

{

char Topic[20];

int Weightage;

public:

Physics ( ) //Function 1

{ strcpy (Topic, “Optics” );



Weightage = 30;

cout<<“Topic Activated”;}

Physics (Physics &P ) //Function
3

{ strcpy (Topic, P.Topic );

Weightage = P.Weightage + 60;

cout<<“Topic Copied”;}

~Physics ( ) //Function 2

{ cout’<<”Topic Deactivated”;

}

(i) Name the specific features of class shown by Function 1 and Function2 & Function 3 in the
above example and t
hey show which feature combined together.

(ii) How would Function 1, Function 2 and Function 3 get executed?


Qc.Define a class Clothing with the following specification:

Private members:

Code



string





Type



string





Size



integer





Material


st
ring





Price



float

Calculate() function which computes the Price as follows:

For the value of Material as “COTTON”



Type




Price (Rs.)



TROUSER



1500



SHIRT



1200

Public members:


Constructor to initialize the values as 0 to Size & Price and NUL
L to Code, type and Material.

ReadData() function which accepts the data values and invoke the function Calculate().

DisplayData() function which prints the data on the screen.


Q d Define a class Applicant in C++ with following description:

Private
Members





ks

obtained by a student. Equivalent Aggregate marks range and the respective Grades

are shown as follows


Aggregate Marks Grade


> = 80 A

Less than 80 and > = 65 B

Less than 65 and > = 50 C

Less than 50 D



Public Members


to enter values for ANo, Name, Agg & call function

GradeMe( ) to find the Grade



Q e Define a class ITEM in C++ with following description:

Private members:


integer (Item Code)





per the following rule:

If Qty <=50 discount is 0%

If 50 < Qty <=100 discount is 5%

If Qty>100 discount is 10%

Public members :

A function Buy( ) to allow user to enter values for Icode, Item,Price, Qty and call function

Finddisc ( ) to calculate the disco
unt.

A function showall ( ) to allow user to view the content of all the data members.


Qf: Declare myfolder with a class the following specification :

Private members of the class



an array of strings of size[10][25]( to represent all the na
mes of files inside

myfolder)



long ( to represent total number of bytes available in myfolder)



long ( to represent total number of bytes used in myfolder)

public members of the class



A function to accept valu
es of Filenames, Availspace and Usedspace

fromuser



A Fucntion that returns the value of total Kilobytes available

( 1 Kilobytes = 1024 bytes)



a function that displays the names of all the files in myfolder




& all the p
rogramming Question of Chapter 1
st


INFORMATICS PRACTICES

CLASS XII



1.

Solve CBSE Sample
P
aper

present on the website
www.cbse.nic.in

2.

Solve five practice papers given in the class.

3.

Complete Practical copy with the given practicals.

4.

Read and learn the chapters of Revision tour of MySQL.



5.

Prepare a project on real life situation having all components of swing programming done
till now. Bring the project in CD and also prepare Synopsis r
eport.

6.

Solve Study Material of class XI ( All questions of
Output and Errors , Java programming
and queries)

7.

Prepare Question bank of 50 theory questions


Business Studies

CHAPTER
-

1

Long Answer Type Questions (5
-
6 Marks each)

Q.1.

Explain briefly the
characteristics or features of management.

Q.2.

“A successful
enterprise has to achieve its goals effectively and efficiently.” Explain

{NCERT}

Q.3.

‘In the absence of
management, the productive resources will remain resources and shall never become
produ
ction.’ Explain the importance of management in the right of the above statement.

{CBSE, Delhi
2006}

Q.4.

What are the
objectives of management? Explain briefly.

{CBSE, Delhi
2007}

Q.5.

“Management is a
science like Physics or Chemistry”. Do you agree wit
h this statement? Give reasons in
support of your answer.

Q.6.

“Management is an
art.” Do you agree with this statement? Explain.

Q.7.

Raman is working
as ‘Plant Superintendent’ in Tifco Ltd. Name the managerial level at which he is
working? State any four

functions he will perform as ‘Plant Superintendent’ in this
company.

{CBSE, Delhi
2008}

Q.8.

“There has been a
growing trend towards professionalisation of management.” Comment.

{NCERT}

OR

“Management is regarded as fully
-
development profession.” Do you a
gree?

Give reasons.

{CBSE, Delhi
2005}

Q.9.

Management is
considered to be both an art and science. Explain.

{NCERT}

Q.10.

Describe, in brief,
any five functions of middle
-
level management in an organization.

{CBSE, Delhi
2003}

Q.11.

Describe, in brief,
a
ny five functions of top
-
level management is an organization.

{CBSE, All India
2003}



Q.12.

Management is a
series of continuous interrelated functions. Comment.

{NCERT}

Q.13.

Explain the term
‘Coordination’ and its importance in management.

{CBSE, Sample
Paper 1st 2008}

Q.14.

“Coordination is the
orderly arrangement of group efforts to provide unity of action in the pursuit of common
purpose.” In the light of this statement, explain the nature of coordination.

{CBSE, Delhi
2009}

OR

Briefly discuss the var
ious features of coordination.

Q.15.

“Coordination is not
a separate function of management. It is the essence of management.” Explain with the
help of suitable example.

{CBSE, Delhi
2009}

Q.16.

Coordination is
needed at all levels of management and it is
the responsibility of all managers.”

Explain how.

{CBSE, Delhi
2009}

Short Answer Type Questions (3
-
4 Marks each)

Q.1.

Explain by giving
any four points why management in important in any organization.

Q.2.

Why management is
considered a multi
-
faceted co
ncept?

{NCERT}

Q.3.

Discuss the social
objectives of management.

Q.4.

“Both efficiency and
effectiveness are needed in management.” Comment.

Q.5.

There are different
objectives of business and economics objectives are one among them. Explain these
economi
c objectives.

{CBSE, Sample
Paper 1st 2010}

Q.6.

What are the three
levels of management? State any three functions of the top level management.

{CBSE, Delhi 2007}

Q.7.

Why management is
considered as a social science?

Q.8.

How does
management help in crea
ting a dynamic organization?

Q.9.

Ritu is the manager
of the northem division of a large corporate house. At what level does she work in the
organization? What are here basic functions?

{NCERT}

[Hint: Ritu is working at Middle Level.]

Q.10.

Management is
a
profession like Accounting, Medicine and Law as it also has a well defined body of
knowledge. Yet management does not quality to be a full fledged profession. Why ?



{CBSE, Sample Paper 1st 2010}

Q.11.

‘Management
cannot be seen, but its presence can be f
elt. Do you agree?

Q.12.

Write a short note
on management in the twenty first century.

Q.13.

Harish is working as
the foreman of Trendz Industries. At what level is he working? State any two functions
performed by him?

[Hint: Harish is working at Lower Lev
el]

Q.14.

How does efficient
management help in development of society?

Q.15.

Gives two examples
each of positions of different levels of management.

Q.16.

What are the
personal objectives of the management?


CHAPTER
-

2

Long Answer type Questions (5
-
6
Marks each)

Q.1

Explain by giving
any five reasons, why a proper understanding of management principles is necessary.







{CBSE, Delhi
2006, 2009}

Q.2

Explain the
following Principles of management given by Fayol with examples :


(a) Unity of
direction;
(b) Equity: (c) Espirit de corps; (d) Order; (e) Centralisation and
decentralisation; and (f) Initiative.






{NCERT}

Q.3

Explain the
following principles of management : (a) Equity, (b) Remuneration of Employees






{CBS, Sample Paper 1st 2010}

Q.4

Explain the
technique of ‘Functional Foremanship’ and the concept of ‘Mental Revolution’ as
enunciated by Taylor.






{NCERT}

Q.5

Explain in brief an
five principles of scientific Management.







{CBS, Delhi, 2006,
2009}

Q.6

Explain ‘Differen
tial
Piece Rate’ and ‘Functional Foremanship’ as techniques of scientific management.





{CBS, Delhi, 2009}



Q.7

Discuss the
following techniques of Scientific Work Study : (a) Time Study; (b) Motion Study; (c0
Fatigue Study; (d) Method Study; (e) Simplifi
cation and standardisation of work.

{NCERT}

Q.8

One study aims to
determine standard time and the other study aims to eliminate unnecessary movements.
Discuss in brief the two studies given by Taylor with the help of an example.

Q.9

Distinguish between
: 9
a) Motion Study and Time Study; (b) Unity of Command and unity of Direction.

Q.10

Name and explain
the principle of Fayol which suggests that communication from top to bottom should
follow the official lines of command.



{CBS,
Sample Paper 2nd, 2008}

Q.11

In your school, you
observe that book are kept in office, chalks in the library and office records in the staff
room. How will that affect the achievement of school objectives ? Which aspect of
management is lacking here and why ? As a manager, what steps

will you take to rectify
the shortcomings ?






{CBS, Sample
Paper 2nd, 20010}





{Hint : Principle of
‘Order’ is lacking}

Q.12

What is the principle
of ‘scalar chain’? Explain briefly the utility of ‘Gang Plank’ with the help of a diagram.

Q.13

Discuss

differences
between the contributions of Taylor and Fayol.

{NCERT}

Q.14

Explain any five
techniques of ‘Scientific Management’.



{CBSE, Delhi
2006}


Short Answer Type Questions (3
-
4 Marks each)

Q.1

State and explain
any three points which highlight th
e nature of principles of management.




{CBSE, Delhi
2004}

Q.2

Explain any four
points regarding significance of principles of management

{NCERT}

Q.3

Explain the meaning
of management principle and state how are they derived at ?

{CBSE, Delhi
2004}

Q.4

Distinguish between
‘Motion Study’ and ‘Time Study’ on the basis of: (a) meaning, and (b) Purpose.

{CBSE, Delhi 2000}



Q.5

Illustrate the
principle of ‘Stability of Tenure’ through a suitable example.

{CBSE, All India
2000}


Q.6

Illustrate the
principle of

‘Scalar Chain’ and gang plank.



{NCERT}

Q.7

Which Principle of
management is violated if an employee is asked to receive orders from two superiors?
Explain the principle with a suitable example.



{CBSE, Delhi
2004}

OR


The production
Manager of ABC Ltd.

instructs a salesman to go slow in selling the product. Whereas the
Marketing Manager is insisting on fast selling to reach the target. Which principle of
management is being violated in this case? State any two consequences of the violation of
this princ
iple.

[Hint : Principle of ‘ Unity of Command’ is violated]

Q.8

Distinguish between
the principles of ‘Unity of Command’ and Unity of Direction’ on the basis of: (a)
meaning, and (b) aim.



{CBSE, Delhi
2004}

Q.9

What contradiction
do you find in the princ
iple of unity of command and the technique of functional
foremanship and why?



{NCERT





[Hint: Principle of
’Order’ is violated]

Q.11

Explain the
principle of ‘Discipline’ and Order’.



{CBSE, Delhi
2001}

Q.12

An organisation
follows the principles of m
anagement. What are the positive effects of each of the
following principles of management on the organisation?


(i) Scalar chain, (ii)
Equity, and (iii) Division of work.




{CBSE, Delhi 2001}

Q.13

Develop an
imaginary plan of differential piece rates to
be introduced for the workers, engaged in
sewing shirts.




{CBSE, Delhi
2002}



Q.14

Which principle of
management envisages that each group of activities having the same objectives must have
one head and one plan? Explain the principle with a suitable exam
ple.

{CBSE, All
India 2004}





[Hint: principle of
‘Unity of Direction’

Q.15

Hina and Harish are
typists in a company having same educational qualifications. Hina is getting Rs. 3,000
per month and Harish Rs. 4000 per month as salary for the same working
hours. Which
principle of management is violated in this case ? Name and explain the principle.



{CBSE Delhi
2006}





[Hint: principle of
‘Unity of violated’]

Q.16

Which principle of
management suggests that employees should not be moved from their posi
tions
frequently? Give one adverse effect if this principle is not followed.



{CBSE
Delhi 2002}




[Hint:
Principle ‘Stability of Tenure’ is violated]

Q.17

How does gang
plank enable two mangers to communicate? Draw a figure to clarify it.

Q.18

Define sci
entific
management. State any three of its principles.

{NCERT}

Q.19

Describe, in brief,
Taylor’s principles of: (i) Science, not the rule of thumb, and (ii) Harmony, not discord.




{CBSE, Delhi
2005}


CHAPTER
-

3


Long Answer Type Questions (5
-
6 Marks
each)

Q.1

How would you
characterise business environment? Explain, with examples, the difference between
general and specific environment.


{NCERT}

Q.2

Discuss the
important characteristics of business environment.

Q.3

Discuss the
significance of understa
nding environment in shaping future of business?

OR


How would you
argue that the success of a business enterprise is significantly influenced by its
environment ?






{NCERT}

Q.4

How do the
economic reforms initiated by the Government influence the working

of Indian business ?

OR

Briefly discuss the impact of Government policy changes on business and industry.

{NCERT}

“The policy of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation (LPG policy) made a
significant impact on working of Indian business.” Do you
agree?

Q.5

Banking sector
reforms have led to easier credit terms and better services. This is an example of a key
component of the ‘Business Environment’. Name this component and explain it in brief.

{Hint: Economic Environment}

Q.6

Explain, with
examples
, the various dimensions of business environment .

{NCERT}

Q.7

What do you
understand by social environment? How does change in the social environment affect a
business?

Q.8

What economic
changes were initiated by the Government under the industrial Polic
y, 1991 ? What
impact have these changes on business and industry ?


{NCERT}

Q.9

Define
Globalisation. List out the various measures taken for Globalisation of Indian economy.

Q.10

What are the
essential features of (a) Liberalisation, (b) Privatisation an
d (c) Globalisation?

{NCERT}

Q.11

What do you mean
by political environment? Mention the aspects of political environment.

Q.12

What is meant by
liberalisation? How it has liberalised the Indian industry?

Short Answer Type Questions (3
-
4 marks each)

Q.1

Ho
w would you
characterise business environment? Explain, with examples, the difference between
general and specific environment.

Q.2

Discuss the
important characteristics of business environment.

Q.3

Discuss the
significance of understanding environment in
shaping future or business?

How would you argue that the success of a business enterprise is significantly influenced
by its environment ?




{NCERT}

Q.4

How do the
economic reforms initiated by the Government influence the working of Indian business ?

OR




Briefly discuss the
impact of Government policy changes on business and industry.

OR

“The policy of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation (LPG policy) made a
significant impact on working of Indian business.” Do you agree?

Q.5

Banking sector
ref
orms have led to easier credit terms and better services. This is an example of a key
component of the ‘Business Environment’. Name this component and explain it in brief.


{Hint: Economic Environment}

Q.6

Explain, with
examples, the various dimensions of
business environment.

{NCERT}

Q.7

What do you
understand by social environment? How does change in the social environment affect a
business?


Q.8

What economic
changes were initiated by the Government under the industrial Policy, 1991? What
impact have the
se changes made on business and industry?


{NCERT}

Q.9

Define
Globalisation. List out the various measures taken for Globalisation of Indian economy.

Q.10

What are the
essential features of (a) Liberalisation, (b) Privatisation and (c) Globalisation?

{NC
ERT}

Q.11

What do you mean
by political environment? Mention the aspects of political environment.

Q.12

What is meant by
liberalisation? How it has liberalised the Indian industry?

Short Answer Type Questions (3
-
4 Marks each)

Q.1

What is meant by
‘economic

environment of business?

Q.2

Mention the various
dimensions of business environment.

Q.3

Explain any three
features of Business Environment.


{CBSE,
Sample Paper 2nd 2010}

Q.4

‘Demand for
reservation in jobs for minorities’ refers to an example of key com
ponent of general
environment of business. Name and explain the component.


{CBSE,
Delhi2006}

{Hint: Social Environment}


Q.5

Enumerate the
benefits of understanding business environment.

Q.6

‘Business
environment is relative concept.’ Explain through an e
xample.



Q.7

What do you
understand by legal environment? Give the names of two legislations passed under the
legal environment.

Q.8

Briefly discuss the
factors of economic environment, which influence the corporate structure.

Q.9

What role does
political e
nvironment play in the business?

Q.10

Explain the meaning
of the term ‘Privatisation’? Mention the measures initiated by the Government for
privatisation.


Q.11

Explain the concept
of technological environment.

Q.12

“Business
environment helps in tapping useful resources.” Comment.


CHAPTER
-

4

Long Answer Type Questions (5
-
6 Marks each)

Q.1

Explain briefly any
six features of planning.


{CBSE, Delhi
2004, 2005, 2009}

OR


What are the main
features to be considered b
y the management while planning?

{NCERT}

Q.2

Defining
‘organisational objectives’ is the first step in the process of planning. Explain, in brief,
the other steps of this process

{CBSE, Delhi
2005}

OR


What are the steps
taken by management in the planning

process?

{NCERT}

Q.3

Explain ‘policies’
and ‘Procedures’ as the of plans. Differentiate between the two on any four basis.



{CBSE, Delhi
2006}

Q.4

‘Though planning is
an important tool of management, yet it is not a remedy for all types of problems.’ Do

you agree with this statement? Give any five reasons in support of your answer.

{CBSE, All India
2003}

OR


In spite of best
efforts of managers, sometimes planning fails to achieve desired results due to its
limitations. Explain any five limitations of p
lanning.

{CBSE, Sample
Paper 1st 2010}



Q.5

Explain how does
planning help reducing uncertainties?

{CBSE, Delhi
2007}

Q.6

“No enterprise can
achieve its objectives without systematic planning.” Do you agree with this statement?
Give any five reasons in sup
port of your answer.

{CBSE, Delhi
2003}

OR


Explain any five
points of importance of planning for a large business enterprise

{CBSE, Delhi
2009}

OR


Is planning actually
worth the huge costs involved? Explain.

{NCERT}



{Hint: Yes,
Discuss ‘importance of p
lanning’}

Q.7

Explain ‘Rules’ and
‘Methods’ as types of plans. Differentiate between the two on any four basis.



{CBSE, Delhi
2006}

Short Answer Type Questions (3
-
4 each)

Q.1

Do you think
planning can work in a changing environment?

{NCERT}

Q.2

Explain h
ow
‘Planning’ provides direction to action?

{CBSE, Delhi
2008}

Q.3

Explain any two
reasons which suggest that planning is important in managerial process.



{CBSE,
Sample paper 2nd 2008}

Q.4

If planning involves
working out details for the future, why
does it not ensure success?

{NCERT}


Q.5

Explain ‘objective’
and ‘policy’ as types of plan using suitable examples.

{CBSE, Delhi
2006}



Q.6

Explain the steps
involved in the process of planning.

{CBSE, Sample
paper 2nd 2010}

Q.7

Explain how
‘planning is a

mental exercise’?

{CBSE, Delhi
2008}


Q.8

“Failing to plan is
planning to fail.” Explain with suitable examples.

{CBSE, Sample
paper 2nd 2010}



Q.9

Explain ‘Procedure’
and ‘programme’ as types of plan.

{CBSE, Sample
Paper 2nd 2010)

Q.10

Explain, in brief,

the
meaning of ‘ Goals’ and ‘Objective’ as types of plans and give any four examples of
each.

{CBSE, Delhi
2004}

Q.11

Explain how
‘planning is futuristic’?

{CBSE, Delhi
200}8}

Q.12

Differentiate
between policies and rule on the basis of : 9a) Flexibility;

(b) Purpose; and (c) Effect of
violation.

Q.13

Why are rules
considered to be plans?

{NCERT}

Q.14

Explain ‘ method’
and ‘rule’ as types of plan.

{CBSE, Delhi
2008}

Q.15

‘Planning promotes
innovative ideas’ Explain.

Q.16

Why is it said that
organisations a
re not always able to accomplish all their objectives ?


CHAPTER
-

5

Long Answer Type Questions (5
-
6 Marks each)

Q.1

Describe the steps
involved in the process of ‘Organising’.




{CBSE, Delhi
2007, Sample Paper 1st 2010}

Q.2

Explain any four
points, which

highlight the importance of organising.

Q.3

What is meant by
‘Functional organisational structure’? State any two advantage and two disadvantages of
such structures.




{CBSE, Delhi
04, 06 08, 09, Sample Paper 1st 2010}

Q.4

What is meant by
‘Divisional St
ructure’ of an organisation? Explain any two of its advantages and two
limitations.

{CBSE Delhi 2006}

Q.5

Explain the term
organisational structure. Distinguish between functional and divisional structure on the
following basis: (i) Formation; (ii) Manager
ial development; (iii) Responsibility; (iv)
Suitability.




{CBSE,
Sample Paper 1st 2010}



Q.6

What is ‘formal
organisation’? Distinguish between ‘formal organisation’ and ‘informal organisation
’ on
the basis of: (i) formation, (ii) stability, (iii) communication, and (iv) flow of authority.



{CBSE Delhi
2004}

Q.7

“Managers should
adopt a positive approach towards informal organisation as it is unavoidable.” Do you
agree

Q.8

Explain the
elements

of delegation of authority.

{CBSE Delhi 2009}

Q.9

‘Delegation of
Authority is necessary in all types of organisations.’ Explain any four reasons in support
of your answer.

{CBSE Delhi 2009}

Q.10

What is meant by
‘decentralisation’? Explain any four point
s which highlight the importance of
decentralisation in an organisation.

{CBSE Delhi 2008}

OR


Decentralisation is
an optional policy. Explain why an organisation would choose to be decentralised.



{CBSE }

Short Answer Type questions (3
-
4 Marks each)

Q.1

Define the term
‘organising’ and enumerate the steps involved in the process of organising.

{NCERT)

Q.2

Define the term
‘Organisation Structure’ and enumerate any three considerations to be kept in mind while
building an organisational structure.

{CBSE De
lhi 2005}

Q.3

The employees of
Manik Ltd. A software company, have formed a Dramatic group for their recreation.
Name the type of organisation so formed a Dramatic group for their recreation. Name the
type of organisation so formed a Dramatic group for the
ir recreation. Name the type of
organisation so formed and state its three features.

{CBSE, Sample
Paper 2nd 2010}

Q.4

Under what
circumstances would functional structure prove to be an appropriate choice?

{NCERT)

Q.5

What is meant by
‘formula organisatio
n’? List any two advantages of formal organisation.




{CBSE Delhi
2008}

Q.6

What is meant by
‘informal organisation’? List any two limitations of informal organisation.



{CBSE Delhi
2008}



Q.7

‘Formal
organisation is considered better than informal orga
nisation.” Do you agree with this
statement? Give reasons.

{CBSE Delhi 2001}

OR


Give any three
reasons to support why you prefer formal organisation over informal organisation.




{CBSE Delhi
2002}



{Hint: Discuss
‘Advantages of Formal Organisation’}

Q.
8

Can an
overburdened manager take help from his subordinates? How? Explain the three
important things which he should keep in mind while tanking such help.




{CBSE Delhi
2006}



{Hint: Discuss
‘Delegation of Authority and its elements’}

Q.9

“Delegation
of
authority is a process involving authority, responsibility and accountability.” Explain the
statement, in brief.




{CBSE Delhi
2004}

OR


Discuss the
elements of delegation




{NCERT}

Q.10

Distinguish between
delegation and decentralisation

of authority on the following basis: (i) Nature; (ii)
Purpose; (iii) Freedom of action; (iv) Level of authority.

{CBSE Sample
Paper 1st 2010}

Q.11

Can a large sized
organisation be totally centralised or decentralised? Give your opinion.




{NCERT}

Q.12

‘The concept of
decentralisation is related to the concept of delegation.” Explain this statement, in brief.




{CBSE Delhi
2004}

OR


Decentralisation is
extending delegation to the lowest level. Comment.

{NCERT}

Q.13

“Authority can be
delegated but respo
nsibility can not.” Explain this statement in brief.




{CBSE Delhi
2004}

Q.14

Distinguish between
centralisation and decentralisation.

{NCERT}



Accounts

Holiday Homework



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3



4



5


6


7


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State two reasons for
preparation of revaluation A/c at the time of admission of a partner.












1

List two items that may appear on the Credit side of a partner’s fixed capital account.(1)

Give two circumstances in which sacrificing ratio may be applied. (1)



Name any t
wo factors affecting goodwill of a partnership firm. (1)


Alka, Barkha and Charu are partners in a firm having no partnership agreement. Alka,

Barkha and Charu contributed Rs. 2,00,000, Rs. 3,00,000 and Rs.1,00,000 respectively.

Alka and Barkha desire that

the profits should be divided in the ratio of capital

contribution. Charu does not agree to this. Is Charu correct? Give reasoning. (1)



Give the formula for calculating ‘gaining share’ of a partner in a partnership firm. (1)


Pawan and Jayshree are part
ners. Bindu is admitted for 1/4th share. What is the ratio in

which Pawan and Jayshree will sacrifice their share in favour of Bindu? (1)




P,R

and S are in partnership sharing profits in the ration of 4:3:1 respectively. It is provided in
the partnership deed that, on the death of any partner, his share of goodwill is to be valued at
half of the profits credited to his account during the previou
s four completed years. R dies on







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1January,1997. The firm’s profits for the last four years 1993: Rs. 120000, 1994: Rs 80000, 1995: Rs
10000, 1996: Rs 80000. Determine the amount that should be credited to R in respect of his share
of goodwill and record j
ournal entry for the same.



4





Anjali and Gayatri are partners in a firm sharing profit and losses equally. On 1st January,

2009 their capitals were Rs.2,50,000 and Rs.1,50,000. On 1st April, 2009 Gayatri introduced

further capital of Rs.50,000 into
the business. During the year ended on 31st December, 2009

they made a profit of Rs.2,60,000. The terms of partnership deed provided . the following:

a. Interest on capitals to be allowed @ 10% p.a.

b. Interest on drawings to be charged @ 5% p.a. Drawing b
eing Anjali


Rs.50,000 and

Gayatri


Rs.40,000.

c. 10% of the distributed profits to be transfer to General Reserve.

d. Both partner entitled to a salary of Rs.4,000 per quarter.

Prepare Profit and Loss Appropriation Account for the year ended 31st Decemb
er, 2009. 4






X. Y and Z shared profits and loss equally. They mutually decided to change their ratio to 5:3:2
respectively. On the date of change in ratio, goodwill of the firm was valued 75,000 and they







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had the following undistributed profits and
losses, which need to be adjusted because of the
change in their ratio.


(a)

General reserve Rs. 34,000;

(b) Profit & loss account Rs. 38,000


(c)

Advertisement suspense account Rs. 12,000.


Give one journal entry for all to make the necessary adjustment
s.



4


A, B and C are partners in a firm. They have omitted interest on capital @ 10% p.a. for

three years ended 31st March, 2007. Their fixed capitals on which interest was to be

calculated throughout were:

A Rs. 1,00,000

B Rs. 80,000

C Rs. 70,000

(4)

Give the necessary adjusting journal entry with working notes.



X, Y and Z were sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 5:3:2. They deci
ded to share

future profits and losses in the ratio of 2:3:5 with effect from 1.4.2007. They decided to

record the effect of the following, without affecting their book values:
-

(i) Profit and Loss Account Rs. 24,000

(ii) Advertisement Suspense Account Rs.

12,000

Pass the necessary adjusting entry. (4)


X, Y and Z are partners sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 3:2:1. After the final

accounts have been prepared, it was discovered that interest on drawings @ 5% p.a. had

not been taken into considerat
ion. The drawings of the Partners were : X Rs. 15,000; Y Rs.

12,600; Z Rs. 12,000.Give the necessary adjusting journal entry. (4)



X, Y, and Z are partners sharing profits in the ratio of 5: 4: 1. Z is given a guarantee that his
share of profit in any giv
en year would be Rs. 10000. Deficiency if any would be borne by X and
Y equally. The profits for the year 1998 amounted to Rs. 80000. Pass necessary entries in the
books of the firm.









4


P, Q and R are partners sharing profits and losses in the rati
o of 5:3:2. From 1st January,

2006, they decide to share profits and losses in equal proportion. The partnership deed

provides that in the event of any change in profit sharing ratio, the goodwill should be

valued

at three years’ purchase of the average of five years’ profits. The profits and losses

of the preceding five years are:

Profits :
2001
-

Rs. 60,000 2002 Rs. 1,50,000 2003
-

Rs. 1,70,000 2004
-

Rs. 1,90,000.

Loss :
2005
-

Rs. 70,000.

Give the necessary jou
rnal entry to record the above change. (4)


A and B Share profits and losses in the ratio of 5:2. They have decided to dissolve the firm.

Assets and external liabilities have been transferred to Realization A/c. Pass the journal

entries to effect the follo
wing :

a) Bank Loan of Rs. 12,000 is paid off.

b) A was to bear all expenses of realisation for which he is given a commission of

Rs. 400/
-

c) Deferred Advertisement Expenditure A/c appeared in the books at Rs. 28,000.







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d) Stock worth Rs. 1,600 was taken ov
er by B at Rs. 1,200.

e) An unrecorded computer realised Rs. 7000.

f) There was an outstanding bill for repairs for Rs. 2000, which was paid off. (6)












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Ram, Mohan and Sohan were partners sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 5:3:2. On

31st
March, 2006 their Balance Sheet was as under :


Sohan died on 1st August, 2006. It was agreed that :

(i) Goodwill of the firm is to be valued at Rs. 1,75,000.

(ii) Machinery be valued at Rs. 1,40,000; Patents at Rs. 40,000; Leasehold at

Rs. 1,50,000

on this date.

(iii) For the purpose of calculating Sohan’s share in the profits of 2006
-
07, the profits

should be taken to have accrued on the same scale as in 2005
-
06, which were

Rs. 75,000.

Prepare Sohan’s Capital Account and Revaluation Account. (6)














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Rajat and Ravi are partners in a firm sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 7:3. Their

Balance Sheet as at 31st March, 2007 is as follows :


On 1st April, 2007, they admit Rohan on the following terms :

(i) Goodwill is valued at Rs. 40,000 and R
ohan is to bring in the necessary amount in

cash as premium for goodwill and Rs. 60,000 as Capital for 1/4 share in profits.

(ii) Stock is to be reduced by 40% and furniture is to be reduced to 40%.

(iii) Capitals of the partners shall be proportionate to
their Profit Sharing Ratio taking

Rohan’s Capital as base. Adjustments of Capitals to be made by cash.

Prepare Revaluation Account, Partners’ Capital Accounts and Cash Account. (8)


The Balance Sheet of X, Y and Z who were sharing profits in the ratio of 5

: 3 : 2 as at

March 31, 2007 :


X retired on March 31, 2007 and Y and Z decided to share profits in future in the ratio

of 2:3 respectively.

The other terms on retirement were as follows :

(i) Goodwill of the firm is to be valued at Rs. 80,000.

(ii) Fixed Assets are to be valued at Rs. 57,500

(iii) Make a provision for doubtful debts at 5% on debtors

(iv) A liability for claim, included in creditors for Rs. 10,000, is settled at Rs. 8000.

The amount to be paid to X by Y and Z in such a way that t
heir Capitals are

proportionate to their profit sharing ratio and leave a balance of Rs. 15,000 in the Bank

Account.

Prepare Profit and Loss Adjustment Account and Partners’ Capital Accounts. (8)







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L and M share profits of a business in the ratio of 5:3. Th
ey admit N into the firm for a

fourth share in the profits to be contributed equally by L&M. On the date of admission,

the Balance Sheet of L&M is as follows :


Terms of N‘s admission were as follows :

(i) N will bring Rs. 25,000 as his capital.

(ii) Good
will of the firm is to be valued at 4 years’ purchase of the average super profits

of the last three years. Average profits of the last three years are Rs. 20,000; while

the normal profits that can be earned on the capital employed are Rs. 12,000.

(iii) Fu
rniture is to be revalued at Rs. 24,000 and the value of stock to be reduced by

20%.

Prepare Revaluation Account, Partners’ Capital Accounts and the Balance Sheet of

the firm after admission of N. (8)



Following is the Balance Sheet of X and Y, who share
profits and losses in the ratio of

4:1, as at 31st March, 2009 :


The firm was dissolved on the above date and the following arrangements

were decided upon :

(i) X agreed to pay off his brother’s Loan

(ii) Debtors of Rs. 5,000 proved bad

(iii) Other asset
s realised
-

Investments 20% less; and goodwill at 60%

(iv) One of the creditors for Rs. 5,000 was paid only Rs. 3,000.

(v) Buildings were auctioned for Rs. 30,000 and the auctioneer’s commission amounted

to Rs. 1,000.

(vi) Y took over part of stock at Rs.

4,000 (being 20% less that the book value). Balance

stock realised 50%.

(vii) Realisation expenses amounted to Rs. 2,000.












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Prepare :

i) Realisation A/c

ii) Partners’ Capital accounts

iii) Bank A/c



E, F and G were partners in a firm sharing profit in the
ratio of 3 : 1 : 1. On 31
-

3
-

2006 their
balance sheet as follows:

Liabilities




Amount


Assets




Amounts







Rs.







Rs.

Creditors




90,000


Bank




51,000.

Bills payable




30,000


Debtors


70,000

General Reserve



20,000


Less Provision


2,000













68,000

Capital AccountE

1,50,000



Stock




80,000



F

1,00,000



Building



2,70,000



G


99,000

3,49,000

Goodwill



20,000






4,89,000






4,89,000

On the above date F retired on the

following terms:

(i)

Building was to be appreciated by 10%.

(ii)

10% provision for doubtful debts was to be made on sundry debtors.

(iii)

Creditors Rs. 10,000 will not be claimed.

(iv)

There was an outstanding bill for repairs Rs. 2,000.

(v)

Goodwill of the firm was valued at Rs
. 75,000.

(vi)

F was to be paid Rs. 20,000 in cash and the balance was to be transferred to his
loan account.

Prepare Revaluation Account, Partner’s Capital Account and the Balance sheet of E and G
after F’s retirement.













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CLASS XIIA

SUBJECT:
CHEMISTRY


1.

To make a comparative account of ideal and non ideal solutions and positive and
negative deviations from ideal behavior

2.

Prepare a list of formulae for solid state and solutions.

3.

To prepare ppts. On the topics allotted.

4.

To frame value

based questions from the solid state and solutions.


CLASS :VIII C

SUBJECT : SCIENCE

1.To prepare a debate : paper or plastic

2.To visit a health centre and record the vaccination details.

3.Collection of labels of jams ,jellies,soft drinks, pickles
etc. note down the ingredients .

4. to write 10 lines on the topic : MY FABRIC IS SUPERIOR



5. To frame 5 catchy slogans for a campaign to eradicate polio .


Subject


science

Clas
-

6th a and 6th b


1.To prepare project work on natural and synthetic
fibres.

2. To perform activity 5 ( page 22).

3. Prepare lesson 1


4 for FA


1.



Class


12th A

Subject


B
iology


1.To do se
t

1 , set 2 and set 3 ( each containing 10 ques) in classwork copies.

2. Prepare lesson 1


3 for unit test.

3. Read unit 10


ECOLOGY.


Drawing


Holiday Homework of
class 6

1.

Nature

2.

Any festival scene

3.

Composition of Fruits or Vegetables

4.

Paper Fun

5.

Underwater Scene


Holiday homework of
class 7

1.

Landscape

2.

Object dry

3.

Pattern Design

4.

Save Energy For Future

5.

Any One Craft Item


Holiday homework of
class 8

1.

Landscape

2.

Still life drawing

3.

Pattern Design

4.

Paper collage

5.

Any Festival Scene


Holiday homework of class
9 and 10


1.

Cartoon Drawing

2.

Landscape

3.

Poster Making



4.

Paper collage

5.

Magazine Cover



नवमी व दसवी



बचपन की

5 घटनाए चचत्र सहित



समाचार संकलन



लेखक व कवव की रचनाए फाईल व सीडी



स्वतनत्रता सेनानी पर लेख



व्याकरण अभ्यास



आठ्वी



FA 1
का

पाठ्यक्रम याद करो



समाचार संकलन
(health, science, beauty)



20 स

ववचार ललखो



20 समानार्थक शब्द ललखो



20 म

िावरे ललखो



20 ववलोम शब्द ललखो



अनेक शब्दो के ललये एक शब्द



सम्श्र

ततलिन्नार्थक

शब्द



सात्वी



शब््कोश

बनाना



पयाथयवाची शब्द
-----
10



ववलोम शब्द
---------
10



अनेकार्थक शब्द
-----
10



पाठ्य

क्रम याद करना



छ्ठी



वरण्माला ललख्नी



मात्राओ

से शब्द बनाने



FA1

का

सारा पाठ्यक्रम याद करना



शब््कोश बनाना







संस्क







कार्य


कक्षा

षष्ठी


पाठ



-



अभ्र्ासं



रुत

|

दश

दश

शब्दातन

ललखत

:
-

अकारान्त



ललन्ग
,

कारान्त

स्त्रीललन्ग
,
अकारान्त

नप

न्सकललङ्ग

शब्दााः

|
शब्द

पररचय

चचत्र

सहितं

ललखत

|
वणथ

ववच्छेदं



त्वा
,
त्रत्रन्शत

शब्दातन

ललखत

|
वचन

अन

सारं

ललखत
,
त्रत्रन्शत

शब्दााः

||
इतत

||



कक्षा

सप्तमी


पाठ



-



अभ्र्ासं



रुत

|
दश

शलोकााः

अर्थ

सहितं

ललखत

|
प्रार्थना

सिाया
:
मन्त्राणां

िावम


ललखत

|
चगनती

पञ्चाशत


पयथन्तं

ललखत

|
एकां

कर्ां

/
कववतां

ललखत

|
वाक्य

रचना



ुत

|
शब्द

ूपाणण
:
ललखत

-

तत
,
कक

,
बालक
,
बाललका
,


ष्प

|
धात


ूपाणण

ललखत

:
-

चर
,
दृश
,
लट्
,


ट्
,
लोट्
,
लन्ग

लकार

||
इतत

||








कक्षा

अष्टमी


पाठ



-



अभ्र्ासं



रुत

|
संस्क



छात्र

प्रततज्ञाम

कण्ठस्र्



ुत

|
केन्रीय

वव्यालयस्य

संगठनस्य

आदशथ

वाक्यं

वाक्यस्य

िावम


ललखत

|
दश

शलोकााः

अर्थ

सहितं

ललखत

|
प्रार्थना

सिाया
:
मन्त्राणां

अर्थ
:
ललखत

|
चगनती

शतं

पयथन्तं

ललखत

|
एकां

कर्ां

/
कववतां

ललखत

|
सवथनाम

शब्द

ूपाणण

ललखत

:
-

तत
,
कक


|
धात


ूपाणण

ललखत

:
-

चर
,
दृश
,
लट्
,


ट्
,
लोट्
,
पञ्च

लकारेष


||
इतत

||