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THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
PREAMBLE
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a
1SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its
citizens :
JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
LIBERT Y of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all
FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the 2 unity and integrity of the Nation;
IN OUR CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY this twenty-sixth day of November, 1949, do HEREBY
ADOPT, ENACT AND GIVE TO OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION.
1. Subs, by the Constitution (Forty-Second Amendment) Act. 1976, sec. 2, for "Sovereign Democratic Republic (w.e.f.
3.1.1977)
2. Subs, by the Constitution (Forty-Second Amendment) Act. 1976, sec. 2, for "unity of the Nation (w.e.f. 3.1.1977)
THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
Chapter IV A
Fundamental Duties
ARTICLE 51A
Fundamental Duties - It shall be the duty of every citizen of India-
(a) to abide the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National
Anthem;
(b) to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom;
(c) to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India;
(d) to defend the country and render national service when called upon to do so;
(e) To promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India transcending
religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities; to renounce practices derogatory to the
dignity of women;
(f) to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture;
(g) to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers, wild life and to have
compassion for living creatures;
(h) to develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform;
(i) to safeguard public property and to abjure violence;
(j) to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation
constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement.
Code Page No.
1. Assamese 114 1
2. Bengali 105 4
3. Gujarati 110 6
4. Kannada 115 10
5. Marathi 109 13
6. Malayalam 112 17
7. Manipur 111 19
8. Oriya 113 22
9. Punjabi 104 26
10. Sindhi 108 29
11. Tamil 106 34
12. Telugu 107 39
13. Urdu (Core) 303 44
14. Urdu (Elective) 003 47
15. Limboo 125 49
16. Lepcha 126 52
17. Bhutia 195 55
18. Sanskrit (Core) 322 58
19. Sanskrit (Elective) 022 65
20. Arabic 116 71
21. Persian 123 75
22. Nepali 124 79
23. Tibetan 117 82
24. French 118 84
25. German 120 87
26. Russian 121 89
27. Spanish 196 91
28. Kashimiri 197 93
29. Mizo 198 97
30. Portuguese 119 100
CONTENTS
1
1. ASSAMESE
Code No. 114
Class-XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Periods
Suggested
SectionA: Grammar 40 75
Section B : EssayWriting 10 30
SectionC: Literature 50 90
Section A
1. Applied Grammar 40 55
(i) Major parts of speech 5
(ii) Use of words in different Meaning 3
(iii) Replacement of words 3
(iv) Use of phrases&Idioms 4
(v) Correction 3
(vi) Transformation of sentences 4
(vii) Proverbs 4
(viii) Oppositewords 2
(ix) Inflexion of suffixes 4
2. Translation 4 10
3. Vocabulary building 4 10
Section B
4. Essay writing 10 30
(a) Utsab Bisayak
(b) Jibani Mulak
(c) Bhraman Mulak
(d) Abhiruchi Bisayak
(e) Adarsa Mulak
Section C
1 (A) Prose 20 40
General questions 15
Explanation 5
Prescribed book : Sahitya Sourav—Published by Assam Higher Secondary Edu. Council,
Guwahati-21
2
Topics to be studied :
(i) Jibanor Sartiparba—Satyanath Bora
(ii) Asomor Lokasahitya : a Baichitraye majat aihye—Nirmal Prave Bordoloi
(iii) Asomiye Sanskrity —Jyoti PrasadAgarwal
(iv) Badh Kabya—Dr. Birinchi Kumar Baruah
2 (B) Poetry 20 40
General questions 15
Explanation 5
Prescribed book : Sahitya Sourav—Published byAssam Higher Secondary Education
Council, Guwahati-21.
Topics to be studied :
(i) Borgeet (Mai Hera Gokulachand)—Madhavdev
(ii) Prakriti—Chandra K.Agarwala
(iii) Giri Mallika—Raghunath Choudhary
(iv) Lachit Phukar—Debakanta Baruah
3 (C) Drama 10 10
‘Siraj’written by Phani Sarma Published by—Publication Board,Assam.
Class XII
Time : 3 Hours Marks : 100 Periods
Suggested
SectionA: Grammar 40 75
Section B : EssayWriting 10 25
SectionC: Literature 50 95
Section A
1. Applied Grammar 25 45
(a) Major parts of speech 5
(b) DerivationalAffixes 3
(c) Sandhi 3
(d) Correction 4
(e) Transformation of sentences 4
(f) Oppositewords 2
(g) Vocabulary building 4
2. Figures of Speech 08 15
Anuprasa, Yamaka, Rupaka, Upama, Utpreksha,Virodha.
3
3. Prosody 07 15
Parva (foot), Matra (Mora), Yati, Charana (verse), Pada, Dulari, Chabi.
Section B
4. Essay writing 10 25
(i) Utsab Bisayak
(ii) Jibani Mulak
(iii) Abhiruchi Bisayak
(iv) Bhraman Mulak
(v) Adarsa Mulak
Section C
1. Prose 20 40
General questions 15
Explanation 5
Prescribed book : Sahitya Sourav—Published byAssam Higher Secondary Edu. Council,
Guwahati-21.
Topics to be studied :
1. Barnabodh—by Bhakendra Nath Saibia
2. Samudramanthan—byJralukya Nath Goswami
3. SanskrtikAihyesadhanat Sahity : Ali Nidarshan—by S.N. Sarma
4. NewtonAru Saptadas Satikar Bouddhik Biplav—by Dr. Kulendu Pathak
2. Poetry 20 40
General questions 15
Explanation 5
Prescribed book : Sahitya Saurav—Published by—Assam Higher Secondary Edu. Council,
Guwahati-21.
Topics to be studied :
(i) Ureshe Barnai—by Shankardev
(ii) Bishoe Khanikar—by Mafi JuddinAhmedHazarika
(iii) Atitak Nejaba Pahari—by Jatindra Nath Duara
(iv) Ritu (Bahag)—by Dr. Nirmal Prava Bordoloi
3. Travelogue 10 15
Books presecribed : Ranga Karavir Phool—by Hem Barua.
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2. BENGALI
Code 105
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Grammar 25 50
1. Simple, complex and compound -Transformation of Sentences 5
2. Correction of words 5
3. Karak 5
4. Sadhu O. Chalit Bhasa 5
5. Proverbs and Idioms 5
Section B : Comprehension 10 25
Section C : Composition and Writing 15 25
(i) Expansion of Ideas 7
(ii) ParagraphWriting 8
Section D : Literature 50 40
Text Book : Uccha Madhyamik Path Sanchayan
(Prose) Edition-2005
Lessons to be studied :
1. Prose 20 40
1. IshpaterMeye
2. Amra O. Tomra
3. Pandit Moshai
4. Raju Panre
2. Uccha Madhyamik Path Sanchayan (Poetry & Drama) 15
Edition-2005
(i) PremVaichitra
(ii) AmarKaifiyat
(iii) Rasta KaroAkarnoi
3. Drama 15 10
Karana Kunti Sambad—by Ravindra Nath Tagore
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Class XII
One Paper Marks : 3 hours Marks : 100
Marks Suggested
Section A : Periods
Grammar 30 50
1. Phonology (Definition with five examples) 10
(i) Samibhaban
(ii) Apinihiti
(iii) Sarasangati
(iv) Swarabhakti
(v) Abhisruti
2. Rhetoric (Definition and Identification) 10
(i) Anuprash
(ii) Slesh
(iii) Yamaka
(iv) Upama
(v) Shamashakti
3. Proverbs and Idioms 10
Section B : Summary Writing 10
Section C : Composition 10
Personal Letters (Friends and Parents)
Section D : Literature 50 40
Text Book : Uccha Madhyamik Path Sanchayan (Prose)
Edition-2005
Lessons to be studied :
1. Prose 20 30
1. Biral
2. Tota Kahini—by Rabindra Nath Tagore
3. Shubh Utsav
2. Uccha Madhyamik Path Sanchayan (Poetry & Drama) 15 25
Edition-2005
Poems to be studied :
(i) Attya Bilap
(ii) Ora Kaj Kare
(iii) Atharo Bacchar Bayesh
3. Novel : Srikanta (Part I)—by Sarat Chandra Chatterjee 15 45
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3. GUJARATI
Code No. 110
Class-XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A.Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C.AppliedGrammar 20 45
D. Literature 50 85
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by questions.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20
In this section various questions on given input will be asked as under :
(i) Report-Writing for Newspapers 05 11
(ii) Precis writing (approximately in 1/3rd of the given length) 05 11
(iii) An Essay on current topics in 200/250 words. 10 23
Section C : Applied Grammar 20
1. Transformation of Sentences
(Interrogative; Negative; Exclamatory) 4 23
2. Formation ofWords : 4 06
(Samanarthi; Viruddharthi from the prescribed lessons only)
3. Correction of Sentences 4 06
4. Idioms (from the prescribed lessons) 3 06
5. Proverbs (from the prescribed lessons) 3 02
6. Punctuation marking in a small paragraph 2 02
Section D : LITERATURE
A. Prose : (Essay, Travelogues, Novel, Short story, Drama etc.) 25 45
1. Critical appreciation, Comprehension (4 short questions) 6
2. Explanation with reference to context (who said to whom,
When&why, name of the lesson) 9
3. Two essay type question (out of 4) 10
7
Lessons to be Studied :
S.No. LessonNo Title Author
as given in
textbook
1. 2 Saraswatichandrano Gruhtyag GovardhanramTripathi
2. 6 Kavyamay Jan Kaka Kalelkar
6. 8 Kankudi ne Kaniyo Ramnarayan Pathak
7. 10 Tran Prasongo Mahadevbhai Desai
10. 12 AviramYuddha Dhumketu
11. 22 Pagarkhan Gothavnar Ramanlal C Shah
12. 24 Manushya Thavun Kundankia Kapadia
14. 26 NavaVarsha Sankalpo Bakul Tripathi
17. 28 Uniform Ishwar Parmar
18. 33 Moolsotun Naren Barad
B. Poetry : 25 40
1. Explanation with reference to the context from 6
the prescribed poems (4 questions)
2. CriticalAppreciation (Given lines, Bhavarth 8
Explanation) any two out of four)
3. Ras darshan of a complete poem 5
4. Short questions out of the prescribed poems 6
(Three out of five question)
Poems to be studied :
S.No. LessonNo Title Author
as given in
textbook
1. 1 Sukh-dukh Manmau naAnia Narsinh Mehta
2. 5 Shyam rang Daya Ram
3. 7 Sambharya HariAmane Re Lokgeet
4. 11 Sadbhavna Patil
5. 13 Nirdosh ne nirmal aankk Tari Harishchandra bhatt
6. 15 Bhomiya Vina Umashanker Joshi
7. 19 Mehuliyo Rajendra Shah
8. 21 Joiye Amrit 'Ghayal'
9. 23 Joonun Ghar Khali Karavtan Balmukund Dave
10. 25 Valavi BaAvi Ushnas
11. 27 Reva Hasit Buch
12. 31 Rasta vasantna Manoj Khanderia
Prescribed Textbook : Gujrati (Dwitiya Bhasha) Std XI Gujarat rajya shala Pathya Pustak
Mandal "Vidhyayan" Sector 10A, Gandhi Nagar (Edition 2004) Gujarat.
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Class-XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 26 45
C. AppliedGrammar 14 45
D. Literature 50 85
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 5 questions.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 26
(i) Anessay of 200-250 words on current topics. 10 23
(ii) Story building from given points 08 11
(iii) Letter-Writing (Personal, Professional, Occupational) 08 11
Section C : Applied Grammar 14 45
1. IdentifyingAlankar : (From prescribed poems only) 03
2. Identifying Idioms (From prescribed poems only) 03
2. Transformation of Sentences in respect of tenses 04
3. Identifying Cases from given sentences 04
Section D: LITERATURE : 50 35
(a) Prose :
1. Four reference to the context questions based on all 8
prescribed lessons (In four or five lines)
2. Two essay type questions out of four questions 12
(General critical appreciation, central idea, characterization,
title based on all prescribed lessons and to answer in
10-15 sentences)
Lessons to be Studied :
S.No. LessonNo Title Author
as given in
textbook
1. 2 Mata Pita niAgna Gandhiji
2. 6 KanchanAne Geru RamanlalVDesai
3. 8 Napass ChandravandanCMehtra
4. 14 Maji No Pyalo Gulabdas Broker
5. 16 Diwaliman Noker Gayo Chinubhai Patwa
6. 18 Navun Darshan Chhottubhai Suthar
9
7. 22 Din Khoon ke Hamare Dhirubhai Thakkar
8. 24 ShrutiAne Smruti Chandrakant Baxi
9. 26 Indreshwar thiAshram Narottam Pallan
10. 28 Putra Shishyat Icchet Parajayam Girish Ganatra
B. Poetry : 20 35
1. Two Rasdarshan - Bhavarth from the 7
given lines from the prescribed poems only
2. Two long questions out of four questions 8
based on the prescribed poems only
3. Critical appreciation of any one poem out of 5
threepoems
Poems to be studied :
S.No. LessonNo Title Author
as given in
textbook
1. 1 Mehulo Gaje Ne Madhav Nache Narsinh Mehta
2. 5 Janani Botadhar
3. 7 Phool vin Sakhe! Kalapi
4. 11 ManeAej Samajatu Nathi Karsandas Manek
5. 13 Biju Hun Kai na Magun Badrayan
6. 15 Koun? Sundaram
7. 17 Te Shun Karyun? Umashanker Joshi
8. 21 Banavati Phoolone Prehlad Parekh
9. 23 Adhalak Dhaliyo Re Samaliyo Dinesh Kothari
10. 25 Tham Nalin Raval
11. 27 Tadko Sudhir Desai
12. 30 Haiku Loksahitya, Hemenshah
&Sneh Rashmi
PrescribedTextbook - Gjrati (DwitiyaABhasha) Std. XII Gujarat Rajya ShalaPathya Pustak Mandal
'Vidhyayan' Sector 10AGandhinagar, (Ed. 2004) Gujarat
C. History of Modern Literature (Broad Outlines) 10 15
'Gujarati Sahitya ni Vikas rekha by Dhirubhai Thaker
Writers to be studied :
1. Dalapatram
2. Narmad
3. GoverdharamTripathi
4. K.M. Munshi
5. Gandhi
6. Umashanker Joshi
7. Sundaram
8. Dhumketu
9. Kalapi
10. Pannalal Petel
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4. KANNADA
Code No. 115
CLASS XI
One Paper 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
SECTION A Marks Periods
Grammar 25 60
(a) Transformation of sentences, (changing of tense, adjectives
gender, number etc. ) 5
(b) Translation of the given passage in Kannada into English /Hindi 5
(c) Prosody - GanaVivakshe/GanaVibhaga : Akshara Gana,
Amsha Gana, Matra Gana, Mudi 5
(d) Writing a story or paragraph based on the skeleton cues given 5
(e) Questions based on Bhashabhyasa given in the text at the
end of the lessons 5
SECTION B
Comprehension of an unseen passage with questions 10 20
(a) Writing the summary of a passage. 5
(b) Comprehension questions on a given passage. 5
SECTION C
Composition and writing 15 30
(a) Essay writing 5
(b) Business letter writing 5
(c) Vocabulary building of terms used in social,economic,
administrative and scientific discourses and writing 5
SECTION D
Literature 50
1. Detailed Prescribed Text:
(a). SAHITYA NANDANA
(b). PRAYOGA NANDANA
Published by the Department of PUE, Bangalore
(Prose & Poetrry-All lessons need to be studied)
1. Prose : All lessons need to be studied 15 30
II. Poetry : All lessons/Poems need to be studied 15 35
III. Drama :
1. KAALAJNANI KANAKA 10 18
By - K.R. Nagaraja
(Ref. : Sahitya Nandana)
2. Non- detailed text : SANGEETAVADYAGALU 10 17
By - B.C. Deva, Tr. L.G.. Sumitra.
Pub. By : NBT, Green Park, New Delhi
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100
Section A
Marks Periods
Suggested
Grammar 25 50
(a) Transformation of Sentences 05
(i) Question
(ii) Negation
(iii) ConvertingCompoundto Simple Sentences and vice-versa
(iv) ChangingTenses
(v) Roopa Nishpatti
(b) Translation of a given passage from English or Hindi to Kannada 05
(c) Prosody 05
Metre :
(i) Champakamala
(ii) Kanada Padya
(iii) Bhamini Shatpadi
(iv) Tirpadi
(v) Sangatya
(vi) Ragale
(d) Explaining Proverbs (2½× 2 marks) 05
(e) Questions based on Bhashabhyasa given at the end of the lessons 05
Section B
Comprehension of an unseen passage 10
(i) Comprehension questions on an unseen passage 6
(ii) Writing a brief summary of a passage with salient points 4
Section C
Composition and Writing 15 30
(i) Reporting simple andcommonevents 5
(ii) Writing letters to the Newspaper Editors 5
(iii) Summerising news paper, magazine and periodical writings 5
Section D 50
A. Readings for detailed study
(a) Prose: All lessons need to be studied 15 35
(b) Poetry: All lessons/poems need to be studied 15 35
(c) Drama :EKALAVYA-By. DR.SIDDALINGAIAH 12 24
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(Ref: Sahitya Chandana)
Prescribed books:
1. SAHITYACHANDANA
2. PRAYOGACHANDANA
Note: (All lessons need to be studied)
(d) ABrief outline History of Kannada Literature consisting of
Major poets and the poets included in the prescribed text. 8 16
1. Shivakotyacharya
Pampa 1
2. Ranna
3. Harihara
4. Raghavanka
5. Kumaravyasa
6. Ratnakaravarni
7. Nagachandra
8. Vachanakaras : Basavanna,Allamaprabhu,Akkamahadevi
9. Haridasas : Purandaradasa, Kanakadasa
10. Lakshmeesha
11. Nanjunda
12. Puligere Somanatha
13. Kuvempu
14. DRBendre
15. GopalakrishnaAdiga
16. Chennaveera Kanavi
17. G.S. Shivarudrappa
18. B.G.L. Swamy
19. Vaidehi
20. Girish Karnad
Reference Books :
1. Kannada Sahitya Charitre—by R.S. Mugali
2. Kannada Sahityada Itishasa by R.S. Mugali
Pub : Sahitya Akademi,NewDelhi.
}Published by Deptt.
of PUE Bangalore
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5. MARATHI
Code No. 109
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100
Section A
Grammar Marks
25
(i) Transformation of Sentences in respect of moods, voice and
tenses 15
(ii) Transformation ofwords 05
(iii) Filling in the blanks with appropriate forms of words 05
Section B
Unseen reading comprehension (Comprehension of
Unseen literary prose passage-not more than 400 words) 10
Section C
Composition andWriting 15
Essay : (Descriptive or ReflectiveType)
Section D :
Literature 50
(a) Prose from prescribed text 20
(i) Short answer textual questions 10
(ii) Explanation with reference to context 10
Prescribed book : “Yuvak Bharti” for Class XI (Edition 2006)
Published by Maharashtra Rajya Madhyamik va Uccha
Madhyamik Shikshan Mandal, Pune
Lessons :
2. Dhanya TyaVirashreeVaibhavachi! - Raghunath Yadav Chitre
3. Arsa -Dr. BabasahebAmbedhar
4. SamajikAbhyuday - P.G. Sahasrabuddhe
6. Athavani Svaralatechya -Vasant Bhalekar
7. Agnipankh -Dr.APJAbdul Kalam
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8. Arni - Maruti Chittampalli
9. Hippargyachi Shala - Narendra Chapalgaokar
11. Chalal TarVachal! -Abhay Bang
12. Ayadan - Urmila Pawar
13. Kahi Khara Nahi - Ranganath Pathare
(b) Poetry and Figures of Speech from prescribed text 15
(i) Explanation with reference to context 10
(ii) Recognition of figures of Speech 05
Periods
Prescribed book : “Yuvak Bharti” for Class XI Edition 2006 84
Poems :
1. HaripathacheAbhang - Sant Jnaneshwar
3. Prithvipasoon Jali Zade - Samarth Ramdas
5. Akhand - Mahatma Jotirao Phule
6. Bhayachakit Namave Tuja Ramani - B RTambe
7. Pisat Man -N.G. Deshpande
8. Swatantryadevichi Vinavani - Kusumagraj
10. Patang - Indira Sant
12. Ganyat MiAsa - Raja Mahajan
13. Bal -Asavari Kakde
14. Magna - Jayaram Khedekar
(c) Sthulavachan - Lalit Gadya 15
Questions on characterisation, plot construction, dramatic
technique etc.
Essay type questions 10
Short Note 05
Text : Kounteya—V.V. Shirvadkar
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100 Periods
Section A
Grammar Marks Periods
25 84
(i) Transformation of Sentences in respect of moods, voice
and tenses 15
(ii) Transformation ofWords 05
(iii) Filling in the blanks with appropriate forms of words 05
(Difficulty level should be higher than that of Class XI)
Section B
Unseen reading comprehension 10
Section C 15 42
Composition andWriting
Essay on topical subject relating to Economic, Social and Cultural Life
in Contemporary society and day-to-day experiences.
Section D
Literature 50
(a) Prose from prescribed text 20
(i) Explanation with reference to context 10
(ii) Short answer texual questions
Prescribed book : Yuvak Bharati published by Maharashtra Rajya Mandhyamik Va Uccha
Madhyamik Shikshan Mandal, Pune-411005, Edition 2007
Following lesson and poems are prescribed:
Prose 20
1. Phulanche Kavya by Durga Bhagat
2. YuvakanpudhilAvhance by Yashawantrao Chavan
3. Chhalang by KeshavMeshram
4. Troyacha Ghoda by Dr. Jayant Narlikar
5. Tukobanchi Mall by Father Francis Dibhrito
6. Abhalaevadha Chhatrapati by Lakshman Mane
7. Devmanus by Ravindra Thakur
Poetry 15
(i) Explanation with reference to context 10
(ii) Recognition of figures of speech 05
16
1. Bhala Janma Ha by RamJoshi
2. Chalalo by Anil
3. Shrirang by Vasant Sawant
4. Bhunda Tekad by Dilip Chitre
5. ZadAni Manus by Nilkanth Mahajan
6. Pori by AnuradhaPatil
7. Bhiti MendutArpar by DasuVaidya
Sthula Vachan 15
i) Essay type questions 10
ii) Short questions 05
1. Tyag by Vibhavari Shirukar
2. Mansachi Goshta by Kamal Desai
3. Konikadun ....Konikade by Vijaya Rajadhyaksha
4. Sonyacha Tukada by Gouri Deshpande
5. Sparsha by Neelam Mangave
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6. MALAYALAM
Code No. 112
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100
Marks Periods
Grammar, Composition & Comprehension
1. Applied Grammar (based on the recommended books) 25 60
(i) Parts of Speech 5
(ii) Idioms&Proverbs 5
(iii) Correction&Transformation of Sentences 5
(iv) Vocabulary building, equivalentwords of simple 10
terms used in economic, administrative, scientific
discourses and writing
2. Composition 25 50
(a) Letter writing 10
(i) Business letters
(ii) Informal (can be many topics)
(iii) Application e.g. requesting the authorities for
civil amenities; letters to the editor for grievances,
asking for pen friends, application for a job etc.
(b) Comprehension of an unseen passage followed
by short answer question 10
(c) Paragraph writing on general topics related to Day
to daycommonexperiences 05
3. Prose, Poetry
1. From ‘MALAYALAM’text book Prescribed by Govt. of Kerala, SCERT 2005 Edition
Published by Govt. of Kerala.
2. VyakthiVivekam byAkavoor Narayanan Published by Poorna Publications Calicut
Kerala.
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100
Marks Periods
1. Grammar 25 60
Elementary metres and alankaras
1. Upama
2. Utpreksha
3. Atishyokthi
4. Rupakam
2. Writing Skills 25 50
Ageneral study of newspapers/magazines and periodicals
in the language with the object of writing
(i) Reports of simple events 05
(ii) Letter to Editor 10
(iii) Comprehension of an unseen passage followed
by short answer question 10
3. Prose, Poetry 50 80
1. Text book : ‘SAHITYA DARPANAM’—Collection of Essays, Stories and Poems
Prescribed by SCERT., Govt. of Kerala Pub. by All Saints International CMS College
Road, Kottayam,Kerala (2005 Edition.)
2. Moulana Abul Kalam Azad (Biography) by Dr. M. Leelavathy Pub. by Lipi
Publications, Kozhikode Prescribed by SCERT, Govt. of Kerala (2003 Edition.)
3. Vidura Bhiksha by Ulloor (Poem) Prescribed by SCERT Govt. of Kerala (Complete
text) Pub. by Ulloor Publications, Thiravanthapuram, Kerala.
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7. MANIPURI
Code No. 111
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 Hours Marks : 100 Periods
1. Prose 30 63
(i) Explanations of the passages from the text 10
(ii) Short notes from the text 10
(iii) Questions on the text. 10
Prescribed Book :
‘Apunba Manipuri Wareng Sheireng’ Published by Council of Higher Sec. Edu.
(Class XI), Manipur
Lessons to be studied : (05)
(i) Tougabada Thabkta Mai Onsillu,NommuTanganu— by Kh. Chooba Singh
(ii) Ima Khullakpigi Nonggangheido—by Kh. Pramodini
(iii)Sannabada Manipurising—by Ajit Singh
(iv) Narasingh—by L. Ibungohal Singh
(v) Thaksi-Khasi—by B. Jayantakumar Sharma
2. Poetry 30
(i) Explanations of the passages form the text 15
(ii) Questions on the text 15
Prescribed book :
‘Apunba Manipuri Wareng Sheireng’ Published by Council of Higher Sec. Edu.
(Class XI), Manipur
Poems to be studied :
(i) Meitei Chanu — by Dr. L. Kamal Singh
(ii) Laman — byH. Anganhal Singh
(iii) Naitom Taba Jatri — by R. K. Jhaljit Singh
(iv) Nahakpu Thibada Houkhare Punshi — byH. Nabadwipchandra Singh
(v) Manipur — by E. Nilaknta Singh
(vi) Ireipak — byArambam Darendrajit Singh
(vii) CharugiMee — by Rajkumar Madhubir
(viii) Khongjom Tirtha — by S. Nilbir Sharma Shastri
3. Grammar 15
(i) Root
(ii) Affix
(iii) Syllable
(iv) CompoundWords
20
Suggested reference books for Grammar & Composition
Meetei Lonmit (Part-II) Dr. M.S. Ningomba Published by Saraswati Book House,
Singjamei, Imphal.
Manipuri GrammarW. TomChou Published by the Board of Secondary Education,
Manipur
4. Composition and Comprehension 25 31
(i) Essay writing, writing applications 10
(ii) Precis writing 8 22
(iii) Comprehension of an unseen passage 7
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Periods
1. a) Grammar 10 15
(i) Pharase and clause
(ii) Sentences and its Transformations
(iii) Shandhi and Samas (Compound words)
Manipuri Grammar Published by Council of Higher
Education, Manipur.
b) Composition 10
(i) Comprehension
(ii) Amplification (Idioms and Proverbs)
2. Prose and Poetry 40 75
A. Prose
(i) Expanation of the passages from the text. (1x8) 8
(ii) Short messages / answers (2x4) 8
(iii) Questions on the text long (2x8) 16
(iv) Very Short answers (2x4) 8
Lessons to be studied : (05)
(i) Potsangbam Khongnang — byAsangbam Minaketan Singh
(ii) Lei Langba — by Sinam Krishna Mohan Singh
(iii) Akoibagi Phibham Ngak Senba — by Dr. B. Manihar Sharma
(iv) Eigi Thahoudraba Heitup Lalu — by M.K. Binodini Devi
(v) Hijam Irabot — S. Nilbir Sharma Shastri
Prescribed book : Apunba ManipuriWareng Sheireng, Published by Council of Higher
Sec. Edu. , Manipur
B. Poetry 40 75
(i) Explanations of passages (from the text) (1x8) 8
(ii) Questions on the text.
(a) Long messages/answers (2x8) 16
(b) Short messages/answers (2x4) 8
(c) Very short answer (4x2) 8
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C. The following Poems are recommended as : 10 25
a) Meitei Kabi — by Khwairakpam Chaoba Singh
b) Lei Longba — by Laishram Samarendra Songh
c) Anouba — by R.K. Srendrajit Singh
d) Komrei — by Khumanthem Ibohal Singh
e) DikhougiTorbanda — by Hijam Irabot
f) Anouba Thunglaba Jiba — by Thangjam Ibopishak
Prescribed book :
Apunba ManipuriWareng Sheireng, Published by Council of Higher Sec. Edu.,
Manipur
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8. ORIYA
Code No. 113
Class-XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unitwise Allocation
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20
C. AppliedGrammar 20
D. Literature 50
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
Unseen Passage for Reading/Comprehension followed by 4 to 5
short answer type questions out of which 2 marks may be
allocated for testing vocabulary.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
1. Report-Writing for Newspapers 10
2. Writing of a longer composition like Essay, Article and Speech 10
Section C : Applied Grammar 20 45
1. Transformation of Sentences (Simple/Complex/Compound) 04
2. Antonyms and Synonyms 04
3. Idioms and Proverbs 04
4. Punctuation 04
5. Correction of Errors (in words and sentences) 04
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Section D : Literature 50
Novel : ChamanaAthagunta - Fakir Mohan Senapati, Cuttack : Friends'
Pubhlishers, Rpt. 2006
Poetry : Chilika - Radhanath Ray, Cuttack : Friends' Publishers, Rpt, 2006
Play : Mantri Asibe (One act Play) - Ramchandra Mishra, Cuttak :Arya
Prakashan
Novel 20
1. Long answer type question on the text (one out of two) 10
2. Two short answer type questions on theme, character, and settings
based on the moral (two out of four) 2×5=10
Poetry 15
1. Long answer type question to test factual comprehension and 07
interpretation of a poem (one out of two)
2. Short answer type questions based on one out of two extracts taken
from the poems (two out of four) 2×4=8
Drama (Play) 15
1. Long answer type question to test the knowledge of plot,
characters and technique (one out of two) 07
2. Short answer type questions based on an extract taken from drama
(two out of four) 2×4=8
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Class-XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unitwise Allocation
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks
1. Reading Skills 10
2. Writing Skills 25
3. AppliedGrammar, Prosody and Rhetorics 15
4. Literature 50
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Reading Skills 10 35
Unseen Passage for Reading/Comprehension followed by 4 to 10
5 questions. 1 mark may be allocated for suitable heading.
Section B : Writing Skills 25 45
1. Essay on Current topics (Social and Cultural issues) 10
(250 to 300 words)
2. Letter to the Editor of Newspaper 08
3. Factual description of place or object 07
Section C : Applied Grammar, Prosody and Rhetorics 15 45
(i) Applied Grammar 09
1. Transformation of sentences (Simple, Complex, Compound) 03
2. Idioms and Proverbs 03
3. Correction of errors in words 03
(ii) Prosody and Rhetorics 06
1. Prosody (Sama, Bisama, Matra bruta)
2. Rhetorics (Anuprasa, Rupak)
Section D : Literature 50 35
Prose : Prescribed Text : Gadya Dhara, Orissa State Bureau of 20
Text Book preparation and Production, Bhubaneswar, 2006
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1. Swadhina Chinta Biswanath Kar
2. Odia Jati Kie Gopabandhu Das
3. Kshyama Mayadhar Mansingh
4. Manisa (2) Bhubaneswar Behera
5. Jatira JibanaOSamskruti Golak Bihari Dhal
6. Madhu Sandhan Chandra Sekhar Rath
Questions :
1. Long answer type question (one out of two) 08
2. Short answer type questions (two out of four) 05
3. Explanation (one out of two) 07
Poetry : Prescribed text : Padya Dhara, Orissa State Bureau of Text Book 20 20
Preparation and Production, Bhubaneswar, 2006
Enu Kapota Guru Moro - Jagannath Das
Jagate Kebala - Baladev Rath
MoJibana Pachhe Narke Padithau - Bhima Bhoi
MuHata Bahuda - Fakir Mohan Senapati
Barsa - Radhanath Roy
Utkala Kamala - Godabarisha Mohapatra
Chhota Mora Ganti - Sachidananda Routroy
Grama Patha - Binod Chandra Nayak
Sarata Rutura Janma - Guru Prasad Mohanty
Questions :
1. Long answer type question to test the factual comprehension and 08
interpretation (one out of two)
2. Short answer type questions (two out of four) 05
3. Explanation (one out of two) 07
Drama :
Buxi Jagabandhu by Manoranjan Das, Dasarathi Pustakalya, Cuttack-2
Questions : 10
1. Short answer type questions to test knowledge on the theme, plot, character, settings
and technique. (two out of four) 2×5=10
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9. PUNJABI
Code No. 104
Class-XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
I Language
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. Prosody&Rhetoric 20 45
II Literature 50 85
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 3-4 short questions to test
comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated for testing vocabulary.
1 mark may be allocated for providing a suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
In this section various questions on given input will be asked as under :
1. ReportWriting for Newspapers (100-125words) 08 20
2. Writing a long composition such as an essay, article or speech 12 25
(150-200 words)
Section C : Prosody & Rhetoric 20 45
Variety of questions as listed below will be included involving the application of grammar
items :
(i) Formation of words (Shadad Rachna) : pair 06 20
of words, Samanarthak Shabad, Vipritarthak Shabad, one
word substitution (Bahute Shabada di than ik Shabad)
(ii) Transformation of sentences (Interrogative, Negative 05 10
and Exclamatory)
(iii) Prosody 05 08
i) Varn
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ii) Matra
l Laghu
l Guru
iii) Yati
iv) Gati
v) Tukang
vi) Tukant
vii) Chhand (Chaupai, Dohra, Korra, Sirkhandi, Baint,Kabbit, Saviya)
(iv) Rhetorics 04 07
ShabadAlankar : Anupras
ArthAlankar : Roopak, Upma, Drishtant, Attkathni
LITERATURE 50
Section : D: Prose 20 35
1. Five out of six questions based on the text to test comprehension. 10
2. 4-5 short type questions based on one out of two extracts taken 10
from the prescribed essay
Novel 15 20
1. 2-3 short type questions based on one out of two extracts taken 05
from the novel.
2. One out of two long questions to test the theme,plot, character 10
and setting based on the novel (125-150 words)
Poetry 15 20
1. 4 short type questions based on one out of two extracts taken 08
from the poems.
2. One out of two long questions to test factual comprehension and 07
interpretation of a poem.
Prescribed Books :
1. Katha Aapo Apni, published byA.J. Publishers, Central Mills, Jallandhar.
2. Adh Khiria Phul, by S. Nanak Singh, Published by Lok Sahit Prakashan, Amritsar.
3. Kav Kamai, published by Central Board of Secondary Education, Preet Vihar, Delhi-92
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Class-XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100 Periods : 200
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Reading Skills (Comprehension of an 10 30
unseen passage)
B. Writing Skills 25 55
C. AppliedGrammar 15 40
D. Literature 50 75
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Reading Skills 10 30
One unseen passage of about 150 words followed by 4-5 questions to test
comprehension and inferring meanings.Asuggestive headingmaybe asked
and vocabulary may be tested.
Section B : Writing Skills 25 55
1. Anessay of 200-225 words on a current topic related to social or 10
cultural issue
2. Story building, composing messages and factual description of 07
people, places or objects in 100-125 words
3. Letter to the editor (100-125 words) 08
Section C : Applied Grammar 15 40
1. Idioms 03
2. Proverbs 02
3. Marking punctuation marks in a small paragraph 03
4. Analysis of Sentences 04
5. Correction of Sentences 03
Section D : Literature 50
Poetry 15 30
1. Four short type questions based on one out of two extracts taken from the poem (4x2)=08
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2. One out of two long questions to test factual comprehension and interpretation 07
Drama 15 30
1. Four short type questions based on one out of two extracts taken from drama(4x2)=08
2. A long question to test the theme, plot, character and setting based on the drama 07
Short Story 10 15
1. 2-3 short type questions based on one out of two extracts taken from the story 05
2. A question to test the theme/character based on the short story. 05
History of Punjabi Literature 10
The origin, growth, development and characteristics of Punjabi Literature with special reference
to the following literature movements and forms : Adikal, Gurmat Kav, Sufi Kav, Modern Poetry,
Novel, Drama, Prose and Short Story.
Texts and Courses in Literature :
Poetry :
Kav Kirti published by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
The following poets are to be studied :
1. Bhai Veer Singh 2. Dhani Ram Chatrik
3. Puran Singh 4. Prof. Mohan Singh
5. Amrita Pritam 6. Pritam Singh Safir
7. Bawa Balwant 8. Harbhajan Singh
9. Shiv Kumar 10. Tara Singh
Drama :
Shobha Shakti by Dr. Harcharan Singh, Published by Arsee Publishers, Pleasure Garden
Chandni Chowk, Delhi.
Short Story
Katha Kahani, published by Punjabi Academy, New Delhi-55
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10. SINDHI
Code No. 108
Class-XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammar 20 45
D. Literature 50 85
LANGUAGE Marks Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 30
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 3-4 short questions to
test comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated for testing vocabulary.
1 mark may be allocated for providing a suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 40
1. Essay writing on topical subjects and Personalities (200words) 12
2. Letter writing (Personal) 08
Section C : Applied Grammar 20 40
Variety of questions as listed below will be included involving the application of grammar items
in syllabus :
(i) Correction and transformation of words and sentences 10
(all grammatical forms)
(ii) Idioms and Proverbs 10
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Choonda Sindhi Istalaha ain Pahaka by Mrs. Usha Saraswat
LITERATURE 50
Section D
Prose : 30 50
1. Hathiyun Jo Jagat
2. Pankh
3. Gariban Ji Mani
4. Sindhi Ragu
5. Raja Ranjeet Singh Jun Ba Vaartaaun
A. Five out of six questions based on the text to test comprehension 10
B. 4-5 short type questions based on one out of two extracts 10
taken from the prescribed lesson.
C. One out of two long answer type questions. 10
Poetry : (Five Poems) 20 50
1. Savanji Ritu by Gul
2. TunbyBewas
3. Gazal by Narayan Shyam
4. Nadia Kinaray by Jhamandas
5. Sipahia Suhangan by Nanak Ram Khadim
A. Reference to context followed by short questions (Two) 08
B. Long question to test factual comprehension and interpretation 08
C. Two short answer questions based on the text 04
Prescribed Book :
1. Sindhi Ratanmala Part-III (1994 Edition) Devanagari Script (Edited by
Deepchandra Trilok Chand and Goverdhan Mahaboobani) Bharati Sunder Sahitya
Publishing House,Nawab ka Bera,Ajmer.
2. Choonda Sindhi Istalaha ain Pahaka by Mrs. Usha Saraswat.
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Class-XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. Prosody, Rhetorics and forms of 20 45
Literature
D. Literature 50 85
LANGUAGE
Marks Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 30
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by3-4 short questions to
test comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated for testing vocabulary.
2 mark may be allocated for providing a suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
(i) Report writing (150 words)
(ii) Essay writing (200 words)
Section C : Prosody, Rhetorics and forms of Literature 20 45
(i) Prosody 05
Doha, Soratha, Rola, Chaupai, and Kundali
(ii) Figures of speech 05
Anuprasa, Slesha, Yamaka, Upama, Rupaka,
Atishayokti, Sandeha, Utpreksha, Upalaksha
Virodhabhasa,Vyajastuti
(iii) Forms of Literature 10
Novel, Short story, Essay, Drama, Poetry
Suggested references :
(i) Alankar aur Chanda by Dr. Motilal Jotwani
(ii) Sahita Ji Parakha by Jagdish Lachhani
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LITERATURE : 50
Section D
(a) Novel 10 25
Ahe-na-Ahe by Prof. Ram Panjwani published by
Lok Sewa Mandal,Apollo Street, Bombay, available from
Kamla High School, Khar, Bombay-52
(b) Short Stories 20 35
Visaryan naVisiran by Loknath, published by
Sindhi Book Trust, Delhi
(c) Yuvak Bharti for Class XII (1995 Edition) published by 20 30
Maharashtra State,
Text Book Bureau Pune.
The following prose and poetry lessons are prescribed for study (list enclosed).
Prose lessons to be studied.
1. Dinu Ya Dharmu—Lal Chand Jagtayani
2. Kudarat-ain-Kadir—Bhojaraj Nagrani
3. Pahinja Pahinja Dap—Jaswant Kumar
4. Sindhi Sahita ja Char Thambha—Mangaram Malkani
5. Amatu naVanu—Popti Hiranandani
6. Pathar Jo Dushmanu—Mohan Kalpana
Poetry lessons to be studied.
1. Marui—Shah Latif
2. Samia Ja Salok—Sami
3. Baharu—Kishinchand Bewas
4. Dahakau—Parasram Ziya
5. Khayaban TuAahi—Indar Bhojwani
6. AmanJaAasar—PrabhuVafa
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11. TAMIL
Code No. 106
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100
Marks Periods
Section A 50
Grammar 15 30
1. Correction of Errors 5
2. Vallinam Migum Idangal 5
3. Doas directed 5
Thanvinai, Piravinai, Seyvinai, Seyapattuvinai, udan Paattuvinai,
Edhirmaraivinai, Nerkuttru,Ayar Kuttru, Thani
Vakkiyam, Thodar Vakkiyam, Kalavai Vakkiyam
Section B 15 30
(i) Pathi vina vidai 10
(ii) Neer kaanal (Karpanai) (or) Pathi or Seyul Paguthi,
KoduthuVinaAmaithal 5
Section C
General Essay 10 20
Literature, Science, General Knowledge
Section D
Letter 10
[Paarthuk Kaditham,Aaarudhal Kaditham, Sirappu
NigazhchigallukkuAzhaippu,Vinnappak Kaditham,
Muraiyettu Kaditham]
differences
differences
differences
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Section E 50
(i) Prose from prescribed text 20 40
Prose : 2 questions (answers not more than 10 lines)
(following lessons only)
Lesson No. :
2. Veerachuvai by Na-Mu-Venkataswamy Sastri
3. Kaalatthil Vedanum GangaiVedanum by R.P. Sethu Pillai
4. Kudimakkal Kappiyam by T.P. Meenakshi Sundaranr.
5. Oyvu byAnna
8. Tamilaga Magalir byAKamakshi Kumarasamy.
(ii) Poetry Section 15 35
(i) Annotation 5
(ii) Questions 10
1. Vaazhthu
(i) Irai vazhthu
(ii) Mozhi vazhthu
(iii) Naattu vazhthu
2. Thogai Nuulgal
(i) Puranaanuuru
(ii) Aganaanuuru
(iii) AinguruNuuru
3. Arra Illakkiyam-Thirukkural
(i) Adakkamudaimai
(ii) Oppuravaridal
(iii) Kaalamaridal
(iv) Valiaridal
5. Chitrilakiangal
(i) Azhagar Killaividu Thuudhu (Stanzas 1-5)
(ii) Kalingattu Parani (Poems 1-5)
6. Marrumalarchipadalgal
(i) Ennaalo by Baratidasan
(ii) Puukkattum Pudhumai by Mudiarasan
(iii) Viduthalai Vilaitha urimai by Kannadasan
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(iii) Short Story (only 2 questions) 15 35
(i) Essay type questions 10
(ii) Character 5
Story No. :
1. Orunaal Kazhindadu—by Pudumai Pittan
2. Thengai Thundugal—by Dr. Mu-va
4. Sengamalamum Soppum—by Sundara Ramasamy
5. Oru Pramughar—by Jayakanthan
9. Anantasayanam Colony—by ThoppilMohamadMeeran
Text Books :
1. Podhu Tamizh (2004 edition) for Class XI Part I, published by Tamilnadu Text Book
Society.
2. Sirukathai Selvam(Non detailed Text Book) for Class XI, Part I (2004 edition),
published by Tamilnadu Text Book Society.
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100
LANGUAGE
Marks Periods
Section A : Grammar : 30
Letter writing :
Grammar : 15
1. Correction of Errors 5
2. Vallinam Migum Idangal 5
3. Doas directed 5
differences
differences
differences
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Thanvinai, peravinai, Seivinai, Seyapattuvinai, Udan Paattuvinai.
Edhirmaraivinai, Nerkuttrru,Ayar Kurtru, ThaniVakkiyam.
ThodarVakkiyam, KalavaiVakkiyam.
Letter Writing 10 20
Paraattuk Kaditham,Aarudhal Kaditham Sirappu Nigazhchigallukku
Azhaippu Kaditham, Vinnappak Kaditham, Muraieettu Kaditham
Section B
Unseen reading and comprehension 10 30
Patthi vina vidai
Neerkaanal (Karpanai)
(or) Patthi or Seyyul Pagudi Koduthu vinaAmaithal
Section C
Composition and EssayWriting 15 20
(Literature, Science, CurrentAffairs)
LITERATURE
SECTION A
Prose from prescribed text (Answer only two questions. Following lessons) : 20 40
lesson no:
1.Vuyar thanich Chemmozhi-by Paridhimaar Kalainjar
2. Samarasam by Thiru-vi-ka
3. Kavidhai-Prof.S.Vaiapurippillai
4.Vaazhkai-by Illavazhaganaar
5. Neethe noolgalil Ilakkia Nayam by Dr.A. Chidambaranathan.
SECTION B 15 35
Poetry and figures of speech from prescribed text
Poetry Section
Questions 10
Annotation 05
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1. Vazhthu
(i) Irai vazhthu
(ii) MozhiVazhthu
(iii) NaattuVazhthu
2. Thokai Nuulkal
(i) Purunaanuru
(ii) Aganaannuru
(iii) Kurunthogai
3. Thirukural: Sainanriarithal, Porraiudaimai, Arrivudaimai,Vinaithitpam.
4. Thodarnelai seijul
(i) Silappadhikaaram
(ii) Kamba Ramayanam
(iv) Pandian Parisu
SECTION C 15 35
Kathai Kovai (Non-detailed text book) class-XII part-I Tamil
Short Story 1-5 stories
Only two questions
(i) Essay type question 10
(ii) Character 05
Story no:
1. Paalvannam Pillai-by Pudumai Pithan
2. Aayaa-T. Janakiraman
3. MookkappillaiveettuVirundhu-byVallikannan
4. Chattai-Jeyakanthan
5. Veli-Rajam Krishnan
Text Books:
1. Podhu Thamizh Text Book Class XII Edition 2005 (Published by
Tamilnadu Text Book Society)
2. Kathai Kovai-non-detailed Text book Class XII-Edition 2005 (published by
Tamilnadu Text Book Society)
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12. TELUGU
Code No. 107
CLASS XI
One Paper 3 Hours Max.Marks: 100
SECTION-A(Grammar) Marks Periods
25 70
1. Elements of the language (in outline only)
Prakriti Pratyaya
(i) The two kinds of Prakriti
(ii) Dhatu and Pratipadika
(iii) The verb, its various forms in different moods and tenses
(iv) Active andPassive forms
(v) Case endings
(vi) Number, Gender andAvyayas. 6x1=6
2. The sentence
(i) Uddesya (subject) and Vidheya (predicate)
(ii) Subjective, Attributive and Predicative use ofViseshya,
Viseshana andAvyaya
(iii) Agreement of the subject and the predicate andof the
qualified and qualifier 3x2=6
3. Prosody and Rhetorics 13
(i) Prosody 5
(ii) Alankaras 8
Metre: Utpalamala, Champakamala, Shardula Vikriditamu,
Mattebhavikriditamu, Kandamu, Seesamu
Alankaras: Upama, Rupaka, Utpreksha, Arthantaranyasa
40
SECTION B
Unseen Reading Comprehension 10 20
SECTION C
10 40
Composition / Essay 10
SECTION D (Literature) 55 80
1. Prose from prescribed text & Non-detailed Text 22
Prescribed Text Book: For both prose and poetry Intermediate First Year,
Sahitee Sowrabham (2003 Edition) published by TeluguAkademi
Hydrabad and the Board of Intermediate Education, Hyderabad,A.P
(i) Explanation with reference to the context 6
(ii) Questions andAnswer (2x4) 8
Lessons tobe studied
1. Mitra labhamu
2. Desha bhakti-swardhaparityagamu
3. Janapada Kalaarupaalu
Non-detailed Text :
Velugubaata-veereshalingam (Kandu KuriVeereshalingam panthulu 1848-1919)
Published byV.G.S Publishers-Vijayawada. Prescribed by Board of Intermediate
Education HyderabadA.P (2003 Edition)
(iii) Essay type question 8
II a) Poetry & Figures of Speech From prescribed text 18
(i) Meaning ofVerse 8
(ii) Reference to the context 6
(iii) QuestionsandAnswers 4
Lessons to be studied
1. Vidya samuparjana
2. Madhura sneham
3. Tapala Bantrotu
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b) History of Literature 15
From the begining to age of Srinatha only the following poets to be studied:
Nannayya, Tikkana, Errana, Palkuriki somanatha, Srinatha, Potana,
Anantamatya and Molla
One long answer type question 9
Two short answer type question: 2x3=6
Recommended Books
(i) AndhraVangmaya Charitra-Dr. D.V.Avadhani,
Andhra saraswata parishad, Tilak Road, Hyderabad
(ii) History of Telugu Literature by
(a) Dr.G. Nagaiah-VoI I
(b) Dr.Dva-Na-Sastry
CLASS XII
One Paper 3Hours Max. Marks : 100
Marks
Periods
SECTION A (Grammar) 22 70
1. Prosody and Rhetorics 15
(i) Prosody 5
(ii) Alankaras 10
Metre: Champakamala, Utpalamala, Mattebha, Shardula, Ataveladi,
Tetagiti, Kandamu and Seesamu
Alankaras: Upama, Rupaka, Arthantaranyasa, Slesha and Kramalankara
2. Translation of given passage not exceeding 10 sentences in
English into Telugu (Abstract passage should be avoided) 7
SECTION B
Unseen Reading Comprehension 10 20
SECTION C
Composition andWriting
Descriptive and Narrative essays 10 40
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SECTION D
Literature 58 80
Prescribed Book: For both prose and poetry Intermediate
Telugu II year Sahitee Manjusha-part II Printed and Published
by TeluguAkadami and Board of Intermediate Education,
Andhra Pradesh (2004 Edition)
1. Prose: From prescribed text and non-detailed text. 22
Lessons to be studied:
1.Ammamma
2. Abhyudaya Kavita
3. Anuvaada Sahityamu
(i) Explanation with reference to the context 1x4 =4
(ii) Two Questions&Answers 2x5=10
Non-detailed Text:
Alluri Sitaramaraju Natakam (Telugu upavachakam Printed and published by
TeluguAkademi and Board of Intermediate Education Hyderabad.A.P. (2004 Edition)
II Essay Type Questions 8
III Poetry & figures of speech from prescribed text 20
Lessons to be studied:
1. Girika Balyam
2. Subhashitalu
3. Mutyala saralu
(i) Meaning ofVerse 8
(ii) One reference to the context 4
43
(iii) One long answer question 8
IV. History of Literature 16
From PrabandhaAge to ModernAge
(i) Only the following poets to be studied: Peddana,
Dhurjati, Chemakura, Kandukuri, Rayaprolu, Sri Sri,
TirupatiVenkata Kavulu andViswanatha Satyanarayana
(ii) Salient features of Satakas (Neeti and Bhakti) Novel and Drama
One long answer type question 8
Two short answer type question 2x4=8
Recommended Books:
(i) AndhraVangmaya Charitra-Dr. D.V.Avadhani,
Andhra Saraswata Parishad, Tilak Road, Hyderabad
(ii) History of Telugu Literature by
(a) Dr.G. Nagaiah-Vol.I
(b) Dr.Dvana Sastry
44
13. URDU (Core)
Code No. 303
Class XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Section A Marks : 60 Suggested
Periods : 210
1. Reading Skills : 10 25
(i) Comprehension of an unseen passage (factual) of
about 150 words followed by five questions.
2. Writing Skills : 30 76
(a) ParagraphWriting 10
(b) General study of news papers, magazines and
periodicals in the language with the object of writing :
(i) Letter to the Editor 10
(ii) Writing and elaborating small news 5
(iii) Advertisements 5
3. Applied Grammar : 20 25
(a) Knowledge of Parts of Speech : 10
(i) Ism Ki Qismein
Marafa
Nakra
(ii) Zameer Ki Qismein
Mutakallim
Hazir
Ghaeb
(iii) Sifat Ki Qismein
Zati
Nisbati
Adadi
Miqdari
45
(b) Correction and transformation of words and sentences
(all grammatical forms) 05
(c) Sentence making with the help of idiomatic phrases 05
Section B Marks : 40 Suggested
Periods
1. Prose : Prescribed Text-books
A. Book I 20 42
Abbu Khan Ki Bakri By Dr. Zakir Hussain
published by the National Book Trust of India,NewDelhi.
(i) One out of two extracts from the prescribed book followed 7
by short answer type questions for comprehension.
(ii) One essay type question (100 words) on Content/theme of 5
the prescribed book.
(iii) Four short answer type questions on the lesson of the 8
prescribed book
B. Book II 20 42
Dehli Ka Yadgar Mushaira By Farhatullah Beg
published byAnjuman Taraqqi UrduNewDelhi.
(i) One out of two extracts from the prescribed book followed
by short answer type questions for comprehension. 7
(ii) An essay type question (100 words) on theme/content. 5
(iii) Four short answer type questions on characters/event/ 8
evaluative in nature
Recommended Book :
1. Urdu Qawaid, published by the NCERT,NewDelhi.
46
Class XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Suggested
Section A Marks 60 Periods : 210
1. Reading Skills : 10 25
(i) Comprehension of an unseen passage (factual)
of about 150 words followed by five questions.
2. Writing Skills : 50 101
(i) Essay 15
(ii) Letter writing (Personal, business and official 10
connected with daily life and application writing)
(iii) PrecisWriting 10
(iv) Sentence making with the help of idiomatic phrases 10
(v) Advertisements 5
Section B : Marks : 40
A. Book I 20 42
Jangal Ki Ek Rat
(i) One out of two extracts from the prescribed
book followed by short answer type questions
for comprehension. 7
(ii) One essay type question (100 words) 5
on content/theme of the prescribed book.
(iii) Four short answer type questions on the 8
prescribed book
B. Book II 20 42
Heroine Ki Talash
(i) One Essay type question (100 words) 10
on theme/content
(ii) Four short answer type questions on 10
characters/events/evaluative nature
Prescribed Text Book :
1. Jangal Ki Ek Rat by RehanAhmedAbbasi
published by Maktaba Payam-e-Ta’leem, N. Delhi.
2. Heroine Ki Talash by Prof. M. Mujeeb
published by Maktaba Jamia,NewDelhi.
Recommended Book :
1. Urdu Qawaid, published by the NCERT,NewDelhi.
47
14. URDU (Elective)
Code No. 003
Class XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Section A Marks : 40 Suggested
Periods : 240
1. Reading Skills : 10 30
(i) Comprehension with literary appreciation of
an unseen passage followed by five questions.
2. Writing Skills : 30 60
(i) Essay on imaginative and reflective topics 15
(ii) LetterWriting : (Personal, Formal and Professional) 10
(iii) PrecisWriting 05
Section B Marks : 60
Prescribed Text-books :
Gulistan-E-Adab (Gyarahvin Jama’at Ke Liye)
published by theNCERT,NewDelhi
Supplementary Reader. Khayaban-E-Urdu published by
theNCERT,NewDelhi
1. Prose : 20 50
All the lessons from the above book, Gulistan-E-Adab
are to be studied : 08
(i) One out of two short extracts from the prescribed
lesson followed by short answer type questions from
comprehension.
(ii) One essay type question in about 100 words 06
on content/theme
(iii) Two out of four short answer type questions 06
on the content
2. Poetry : 20 60
All the poets and their works from the above book
Gulistan-E-Adab are to be studied :
(i) One out of two extracts for reference to the
context and poetic comprehension. 8
(ii) One essay type question in about 100 words on the
content of the poems. 6
(iii) Two out of four short answer type questions on the
content of the poems. 6
3. Supplementary Reader Khayaban-E-Urdu 10 20
(i) One out of two essay type question 4
(ii) Two out of four short answer type questions 6
4. Knowledge about the life and literary contribution 10 20
of the writers and poets of the prescribed text.
48
Class XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Section A Marks : 60 Suggested
Prescribed Text-books : Periods : 240
(i) Gulistan-E-Adab (Barahvin Jama’at Ke Liye)
published by the NCERT,NewDelhi
(ii) Supplementary Reader, Khayaban-E-Urdu published by the NCERT,
1. Prose : 25 60
All the lessons from the above book Gulistan-E-Adab
are to be studied :
(i) One out of two short extracts from the prescribed 10
lesson followed by short answer type questions
for comprehension.
(ii) One essay type question in about 100 words 7
on content/theme
(iii) Two out of four short answer type questions 8
on the content of the poem
2. Poetry :
All the poets and their works from the above book 25 70
(Gulistan-E-Adab) are to be studied :
(i) One out of two short extracts from prescribed 10
lessons followed by short answer type questions
for comprehension.
(ii) One essay type question in about 100 words 7
on content/theme
(iii) Two out of four short answer type questions 8
on the content of the poem
3. Supplementary Reader Khayaban-E-Urdu 10 20
(i) One out of two essay type questions 4
(ii) Two out of four short answer type questions 6
Section B Marks : 40
History of Urdu Literature :
1. Two essay type questions on the areas enumerated below : 20 50
(i) Elementary knowledge of the origin and development
of Urdu Language.
(ii) Fort William College and Delhi College and their Contributions.
(iii) Main characteristics of Delhi School of Urdu Poetry
with special reference to Meer and Ghalib.
(iv) Main characteristics of Lucknow School of Urdu
Poetry with special reference to Aatish,Anees and Naseem.
(v) Life and contributions of the authors and poets covered in
the prescribed Text Book published by theNCERT.
(vi) Adabi Tehrikat (Sir Syyed Tehreek Roomanvi
Tehreek and Taraqqi PasandAdabi Tehreek)
2. Four short answer type questions on content. 20 40
Suggested references :
1. Urdu Adab Ki Tareekh, published by the NCERT, New Delhi.
2. Urdu Qawaid, published by NCERT,NewDelhi.
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15. LIMBOO
Code No. 125
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
Grammar : 25
Prescribed book :
‘Thangsing Yakthung HuppanNuItchap, published by the
Department of H.R.D., Text Book Unit, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
1. Palla 2. Miuglekre Nara Lekma 3. Pammeyre Nara Lekma
4. Eklengle Kuyg 5. Thikpe Yak Sutla 6. Mukpan.
Section B
Reading (Unseen) 10
Section C
Composition and Writing : 15
(i) Essay writing 5
Nichamsarey Hingmon, Hendhim, Sapchayem (Sumajeeba,
Sapsokipa, Skthims ba and Tenchha Eba).
(ii) Letter writing 5
(Related to public, professional, Social interest)
(iii) Paragraph writing 5
Section D
Literature
Prose 25
Prescribed book :
Patila Sung : Published by the Department of Education, Text Book Unit,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
Tokyan Phemma, Hukpanggirey Huptuba min, 1. Pare Sok Inkhoug, Meemaa.
Prescribed Text Book : Kheda-e-kheda, Published by the department of Education,
Text Book Unit, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok. 10
50
Lessons to be studied :
Gnare Kumelluug, Ningwa-Phemna....., Singsa Lepma-Yambok...., TummaTokyan. 10
Poetry : 15
Prescribed book :
Sammila Sung, Published by the Department of Education, Text Book Unit, Government
of Sikkim, Gangtok
Poems to be studied :
Ahni Lakhumo, Thrchang Chungna Men..., Kereknuley Eagang Pokhang,Abugen Sanu,
Chungigen Yetcha.
Drama 10
Thothama, by Shri P.S. Subba, Published by the Department of Education,
Text Book Unit, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
(Page No. 01 to 27)
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
Grammar 25
Prescribed book :
‘Thangsing Yakthung HuppanNuItchap, published by the Department of Education, Text
Book Unit, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
Akhelyemrey, Papmana Cam, Losok Chokma Theem, Mellengwaba Sutla Pammeyporey,
Pothak, Yakppeba sutla, Eklengley Ikugo., Iklenrey kguo, Thokmabho.
Section B
Reading (Unseen) 10
Section C
Composition & Writing : 15
(i) Essay writing 5
(Related to personal experience, scientific development and social themes)
(ii) Letter writing 5
(Related to public, professional, social interest)
51
(iii) Paragraph writing 5
Section D
Literature
Prose 25
Prescribed Text Book :
Patila Sung : Published by The Department of Education,
Text Book Unit, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied : 10
Sarumba Kapoben, Rinclrenbuugba Thong, Hatta E-Kurekwao, Yemnu Mengammarcy
Thoborey Kuham.
Prescribed Tex Book : Kheda-e-kheda, Published by the
Department of Education, Text Book Unit,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
Adangba, Khuney Pangbhe Menukhen, Phungley Kumelluug, 10
Hillirey Itchi
Poetry 15
Prescribed book :
Sammila Sung, Published by the Department of Education, Text Book Unit,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Poems to be Studied :
Him chogum, Sappon, Khench-Yakthuug Bekkey Lahre, Khuneyh, Tehthongleemmo....
Mik Tagiba Niyarah.
Drama 10
Prescribed book :
Thothama, Published by Shri P.S. Subba, Published by the Department
of Education, Text Book Unit, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
52
16. LEPCHA
Code No. 126
Class-XI
One Paper Time : 3 hoursMarks : 100
Section A
Grammar 25
Prescribed text book :
Mootunchee Reengthyum un Reengchhuktaom :ALepcha Grammar and Composition,
Published by the Text Book Unit, Department of Education,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
(i) Syntax
(ii) Figurative Language
(iii) Explatives
(iv) Punctuation
(v) Precis writing
Section B
Reading 10
(Comprehension from unseen passage)
Section C
Composition & Writing 15
(i) Essay writing
(ii) Letter writing
(iii) Paragraph writing
Section D :
Literature 50
1. Prose 20
Prescribed text book :
Kaong Chhen punaol, Published by the Text Book Unit, Department
of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
53
Lessons to be studied :
(I) PROLYANGSARAUNGKYONGAAKORSASHIMTAONGKAAT.
(ii) GENTHEENGSASUNG
(iii) LUTMOKHUNBOOBANTHAO
(iv) NAAMBUN
(v) NAAMTHAONLYANG
(II) Poetry 15
Prescribed Text Book :
REENGMAOMCHHYOGYOO: Chhukyaong, Published by the Text Book Unit,
Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be Studied :
i) BIM PAYOOL
ii) AAMBAOKYONG
iii) SARAONGGAONGTOKSAAK
iv) JUPTAORAONKUPSALMAGAONHUNGNYI
v) KASUMIGITDEPKA
Drama : 15
Prescribed Text Book :
Thhongaom Kaat Nahaan; Published by the Text Book Unit,
Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lesson to be Studied :
Page No. 1 to Page No. 39 (Scene 1 to Scene 7)
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
Grammar 25
Prescribed text book :
Mootunchee Reengthyum un Reeng Chhuktaom :ALepcha Grammar and Composition,
Published by the Text Book Unit, Department of Education,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
(i) Parts of speech (in detail)
(ii) PrecisWriting
(iii) Phrases and Idioms
54
Section B
Reading
(Comprehension from unseen passage) 10
Section 'C'
Composition & Writing 15
(i) EssayWriting
(ii) ParagraphWriting
(iii) LetterWriting
Section D
Literature : 50
(I). Prose : 20
Prescribed text book :
Kaongchhen Punaul, Published by the Text Book Unit,
Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
(i) VAARTAOSAGYAUTAONG
(ii) KAONKIBOORNAONTHHO
(iii) VALENTINEPUNAUL
(iv) HUDOSAAAKAKAKASUDOONGITCHHUTBA
(v) AYAKASUAJYOTHHOOKSASUNGKAAT
(v) NAMKO.
(II) Poetry : 15
Prescribed text book :
Chhyogyoo : Chhukdaong ; Published by the Text Book Unit,
Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied :
(i) THHYAKPEYMUNYINBOOCHHUKDAONGJONGKASUSAMURAO
(ii) SAAKSAOMAALSOSAONGAAREKA
(iii) KASUMIKSHIMKAHAO
(iv) TADODOMATAOMBA
(v) KHAY-BOOMSAUNTOONG-DORJEE
(III) Drama 15
Prescribed text book :
Thhongaom Kaat Nahaan : Published by the Text Book Unit, Department of Education,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lesson to be Studied :
Page No. 40 to Page No. 96 (Scene 8 to Scene 14)
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17. BHUTIA
Code No. 195
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
1. Applied Grammar 25
(i) Different kinds of sentences (Simple, Compound, Complex, (Tshigdrubki Khepar)
Interogative, Affirmative and Negative.)
(ii) Use of Cases in various kinds of Sentences. (Namye Gyed Minglo Jartang)
(iii) Proverbs and Idioms. (Khatam. Tampay.)
Section B
2. Reading (Unseen) 10
Comprehension of an unseen passage in Bhutia.
Section C
3. Composition and Writing 15
(a) Essay
(b) LetterWriting
Suggested Reference :
Lho-Yeg-Sumtag-dang Dritsom : Published by Text Book Unit, Department
of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Section D
1. Prose 30
Lessons to be studied :
(i) Gyallengi Tenchoe.
(ii) O-lak dang Byunak-gi Kor.
(iii) Shayee Nyemeek gi Kor.
(iv) Phue dang Chusing gi Legueth
(v) Saylep Gyalpoi Logueth.
Prescribed book :
Denzong Sungam : Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
56
Poerty 20
Prescribed book :
Kha-chi Phalue Lapza : Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
1. Applied Grammar 25
Use of Parts of Speech in sentences, Case ending and
conjunction of verbs with their forms used in various
kinds of sentences.
Section B
2. Reading (Unseen) 10
Comprehension of an unseen passage in Bhutia.
Section C
3. Composition and Writing 15
(a) Essay
(b) LetterWriting
Suggested Reference :
Lho-Yeg Sumtag dang Dritsom : Published by Text Book Unit,
Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Section D
1. Prose 20
Lessons to be studied :
(i) Dra Gyur Lochen Bero Chana
(ii) Dhatoi Zamling Dhi Ghen Khig
(iii) Sampa Chenpoi Takmo-lo Lue Zeenho
(iv) Yegi
(v) Sherab lay Tshondue Ghal-Chhi
(vi) CHO BYA-GO PAI KOR
57
(vii) GAGKOILABJYA
(viii)DRUBPOI LABJYA
(ix) DHENPOZIHIKOR
Prescribed book :
Lho-Yeg-Tsiglhug : Published by Text Book Unit, Department
of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
2. POETRY 15
Prescribed book :
Lho-Yeg-Tsichath : Published by Text Book Unit, Department
of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
3. DRAMA 15
Prescribed book :
Khandui Phumu Dawa Zangmui Namthar : Published by
Text Book Unit, Department of Education,
Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
58
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,de~ iz'ui=ke~ vofèk% gksjk=k;e~ iw.kkZøk%100
vfLeu~ iz'ui=ks pRokj% [k.Mk% Hkfo";fUr
[k.M% ßdÞ vifBrka'k&vocksèkue~ 10
[k.M% ß[kÞ jpukReddk;Ze~ 15
[k.M% ßxÞ vuqiz;qäO;kdj.ke~ 30
[k.M% ß?kÞ 45
¼v½ ifBrka'k&vocksèkue~ 35
¼c½ laLÑrlkfgR;sfrgklL; ifjp;% 10
ifzr[k.Ma foLr`rfooj.ke~
[k.M% ^d*
¼vifBrka'kkocksèkue~½
80&100 'kCnifjfer% ,dljy% vifBr% x|ka'k%A 10
iz'uoSfo/;e~
(i) ,dinsu mÙkje~ 2
(ii) iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ 2
(iii) loZukeLFkkus laKkiz;ksx% 1
(iv) dr`ZfØ;k&inp;ue~ 1
(v) fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks";@i;kZ;@foyksekfnp;ue~ 2
(vi) leqfpr'kh"kZdiznkue~ 2
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[k.M% ^[k*
¼lLaÑru sjpukReda fyf[krdk;eZ½ ~15
(i) vukSipkfjda i=ke~@izkFkZuki=ke~ 5
(ii) y?kqdFkk ¼'kCnlwphlkgk¸;su] fjäLFkkuiwfrZ&ek/;esu½ 5
(iii) ladsrk/kkfjre~ vuqPNsnys[kue~ 5
¼fp=kef/kÑR;@fufnZ"V'kCnlwph&lkgk¸;su½
[k.M% ^x*
¼vuiq;zäqO;kdj.ke½ ~30
(i) ikBk/kkfjrk% lfU/kPNsnk% ¼2+2+2½ 6
LojlfU/k%] O;atulfU/k%] folxZlfU/k%
(ii) ikBk/kkfjrleLrinkuka foxzgk% 6
vO;;hHkko%] f}xq%] }U}%] rRiq#"k%] deZ/kkj;%] cgqozhfg%
(iii) izR;;k%
v/kksfyf[krizR;;;ksxsu okD;la;kstue~@ l³~dsrk/kkfjrfjäLFkkuiwfrZ%
¼v½ Ñrµ~ Dr] äorq] DRok] rqequ~] Y;i~] rO;r~] vuh;j~] 5
fDru~] 'kr`] 'kkup~
¼vk½ rf)rµ erqi~] bu~] Bd~] B×k~] Ro] ry~] 3
(iv) vfUofr%
dÙkkZ µ fØ;k&vfUofr%@fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks";&vfUofr% 5
(v) miinfoHkfäiz;ksx% ¼ikB~;iqLrde~ vkèk`R;½ 5
[k.M% ^?k* 50
Hkkx% (I)
¼ifBrka'k&vocks/kue~½ 35
¼v½ va'k=k;e~ 15
(i) ,d% x|ka'k% 5
(ii) ,d% ukV~;ka'k% 5
(iii) ,d% i|ka'k% 5
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iz'uoSfo/;e~µ
(i) ,dinsu mÙkje~ 1
(ii) iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ 1
(iii) fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks";&vfUofr%@i;kZ;@foyksekfnp;ue~ 1
(iv) loZukeLFkkus laKkiz;ksx% 1
(v) dr`Z&fØ;k&inp;ue~ 1
vk (i) m)`rka'kkuke~ izl³~xlUnHkZys[kue~ d% de~ dFk;fr@lUnHkZxzUFkL;
ys[kdL; p ukeksYys[kue~ 4
(ii) iznÙks HkkokFkZ=k;s 'kq)HkkokFkZp;ue~ @ iznÙks HkkokFksZ fjäLFkkuiwfrZ% 4
(iii) mn~/k`r'yksdkuke~ vUo;s"kq fjäLFkkuiwfrZ% 4
(iv) iznÙkokD;kuka Øek;kstue~ 4
(v) iznÙkiafä"kq izl³~xkuqlkja f'y"Vinkuke~@inkuke~ vFkZys[kue~ 4
[k.M% ?k
Hkkx% (II)
¼lkekU;% laLÑrlkfgR;ifjp;%½
10
1- ¼v½ ikB~;iqLrds ladfyrikB~;ka'kkuka dohuka Ñrhuka laLÑrsu ifjp;% (1x5)
¼vk½ laLÑrs x|&i|&ukVdkfnfo/kkuka eq[;fo'ks"krkuka ifjp;% 5
iqLrdkfu
• _frdk ¼f}rh;% Hkkx%½ ¼ikB~;iqLrde~½ ¼ds-ek-f'k-la- }kjk izdkf'kre~½
• O;kdj.klkSjHke~ ¼lUnHkZiqLrde~½ ¼jk- 'kS- vuq- iz- ifj"knk izdkf'kre~½ ¼la'kksf/krlaLdj.ke~½
• jpukuqokndkSeqnh ¼lUnHkZiqLrde~½ dfiynsof}osnhfyf[kre~ fo'ofo|ky;izdk'kue~] okjk.klh
• laLÑrlkfgR;ifjp;% ¼lUnHkZiqLrde~½ ¼jk- 'kS- vuq- iz- ifj- }kjk izdkf'kre~ ¼la'kksfèkrlaLdj.ke~½
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19- laLÑre~ ¼,sfPNde~½
dksM la- 022
d{kk&11
ikB~;Øe% ijh{kkfunsZ'kk'p
,de~ iz'ui=ke~ vofèk% gksjk=k;e~ iw.kkZøk%100
vfLeu~ iz'ui=ks pRokj% [k.Mk% Hkfo";fUr
[k.M% ßdÞ vifBrka'k&vocks/kue~ 10
ß[kÞ jpukReddk;Ze~ 10
ßxÞ vuqiz;qäO;kdj.ke~ 30
ß?kÞ ¼v½ ifBr&vocks/kue~ 40
¼vk½ laLÑrlkfgR;sfrgklL; ifjp;% 10
izfr[k.Ma foLr`rfooj.ke~A
[k.M% ^d*
¼vifBrka'kkocks/kue~½
80&100 'kCnifjfer% ,d% ljy% vifBrx|ka'k% A laLÑrlkfgR;ifjpk;da fo"k;oLrq L;kr~A
v³~dk% 10
iz'uoSfo/;e~
(i) ,dinsu mÙkje~ 2
(ii) iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ 2
(iii) loZukeLFkkus laKkiz;ksx% 1
(iv) drkZ&fØ;k&vfUofr% 1
(v) fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks";@i;kZ;@foyksekfnp;ue~ 2
(vi) leqfpr'kh"kZdiznkue~ 1
(vii) dr`Z&fØ;k&inp;ue~ 1
[k.M% ^[k*
¼jpukReddk;eZ½ ~v³~dk% 10
laLÑrsu jpukReda fyf[krdk;Ze~
(i) dL;fpn~ xzUFkL; oSf'k"V~;ef/kÑR; ¼iznÙkladsrk/kkfjre~½
vukSipkfjda i=ke~@vkSipkfjda i=ke~ 5
(ii) ladsrk/kkfjre~ vuqPNsnys[kue~ 5
iznÙkrF;lkgk¸;su defi dfoe~@dkO;e~ vfèkÑR;½
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[k.M% ^x*
¼vuqiz;qäO;kdj.ke~½ vøk% 30
I. o.kkZuke~ mPpkj.kLFkkukfu 2
II. lfU/k% 3
lfU/kdj.ke~ lfU/kPNsn% p
okD;s"kq ,oa v/kksfyf[krlfU/kfu;eku~ vk/kkjhÑR;
LojlfU/k% nh?kZ%] xq.k%] o`f)%] ;.k~] v;kfn%] iwoZ:ie~
O;×tlfU/k% 'pqRoe~ "VqRoe~] .kRofo/kkue~] "kRofo/kkue~] pRoZe~] vkxe% eks•uqLokj%] ijlo.kZ%
folxZlfU/k% lRoe~] mRoe~] jdkj%] yksi%
III. okD;s"kq 'kCniz;ksx% ¼v/kksfyf[kr'kCn:ikf.k vf/kÑR;½ 5
vtUrk % loZ] iwoZ] izFke] f}rh;] lf[k] ifr] nkr`] u`] xks] Lol`] vf{k
gyUr % ifFku~] e#r~] rkn`'k~] vnl~] fn'k~] okp~] fxj~] /kfuu~] i;l~] i×pu~]
"kV~] lIru~] v"Vu~] uou~] n'ku~
IV. okD;s"kq fØ;kiz;ksx% ¼vèkksfyf[kr/kkrwu~ vfèkÑR;½ 5
/kkro% Hkw ¼Hko~½] iB~] gl~] ue~] xe~] ¼xPN~½] vl~] gu~] Øq/k~] u'k~] u`r~ vki~]
'kd~] b"k~] izPN~] Ñ] Kk] Hk{k~] fpUr~] rs"kke~ lekukFkZdk'p
vkReusifnu% lso~] yHk~] #p~ eqn~] ;kp~]
mHk;ifnu% uh] g`] Hkt~] ip~]
V. ikB~;ka'ks"kq v/kksfyf[krizR;;;qäkfu inkfu vfèkÑR; iz'uk% 4
v- ÑnUrkfu & ä] äorq] 'kr`] 'kkup~] DRok] Y;i~] rqequ~] ;r~] rO;r~]
vuh;j~] r`p~ .oqy~] fäu~] f.kfu] vp~
vk- rf)rkUrkfu & bu~] Bd~] v.k~] Ro] e;V~] bZ;lqu~] b"Bu~
b- L=khizR;;k% & Vki~ ³h;~
VI. vO;;iz;ksxk%
ifBrikB~;ka'ks"kq v/kksfyf[kr&vO;;inS% fjäLFkkuiwfrZ% 3
iqu%] mPpS%] uhpS%] 'kuS%] v/k%] _rs] ;qxir~] nz|] 'o%] g~;%] lk;e~ fpje~] bZ"kr~
rw".khe~] lglk] feF;k] iqjk] izk;%] uwue~] Hkw;%] [kyq] fdy]
ifBrka'ks"kq iz;qäkfu vU;kfu vO;;inkfu pA
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VII. foHkfäiz;ksxk% 4
ifBrikB~;ka'ks"kq iz;qä&miindkjdfoHkäh% vfèkÑR; iz'uk% 4
VIII. ifBrikB~;ka'ks"kq ljyleLrinkuka foxzgk%
[k.M% ^?k*
Hkkx% ^v*
¼ifBrka'k&vocks/kue~½
vøk% 40
1- =k;% va'kk% 18
(i) x|ka'k% 6
(ii) i|ka'k% 6
(iii) ukV~;ka'k% 6
iz'uoSfo/;e~
,dinsu mÙkje~ 2
iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ 2
fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks"; vfUofr%@i;kZ;%@foyksep;ue~ dr`Z&fØ;k&inp;ue~ loZukeLFkkus laKkiz;ksx%@
d% de~ dFk;fr
2- dFkukfu vkfJR; iz'ufuekZ.ke~ 5
3- vUo;ys[kue~@fjäLFkkuiwfrZek/;esu vUo;% 5
4- iznÙkiafä"kq pkfjf=kdoSf'k"V~;e~@HkkokFkZys[kue~ 6
5- iznÙkiaähuka izlaxlUnHkkZfnys[kue~ 6
[k.M% ^?k*
Hkkx% ^vk*
¼laLÑrlkfgR;L; bfrgkl%½
vøk% 10
vfry?kwÙkj@y?kwÙkjiz'uek/;esu laLÑrlkfgR;L; ifjp;ijh{k.ke~
(i) ikB~;iqLrds ladfyr&va'kkuka izeq[kys[kdkuka laf{kIrifjp;% 4
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(ii) laLÑrlkfgR;L; izeq[kdkO;kuka ifjp;% laLÑr@fgUnh@vkaXyHkk"kk ek?;esu 3
oSfnd lkfgR;de~] ykSfde~lkfgR;de~
(iii) ukV~;fo"k;d'kCnkoyhifjp;% 3
ukUnh] usiF;e~] izLrkouk] vkRexre~] izdk'ke~] tukfUrde~]
HkjrokD;e~¼iznÙkifjHkk"kklq fjäLFkkuiwfrZek/;esu@iznÙkukV~;ka'ka
ifBRok vfHkKkuek/;esu½
iqLrdkfu
• 'kk'orh ¼izFkeks Hkkx%½ ¼ikB~;iqLrde~½ ¼jk- 'kS- vuq- ,oa iz- ifj"knk izdkf'kre~½
• O;kdj.klkSjHke~ ¼lgk;diqLrde~½ ¼jk- 'kS- vuq- ,oa iz- ifj"knk izdkf'kre~½
¼la'kksfèkrlaLdj.ke~½
• gk;j laLÑrxzkej ¼,e~ vkj~ dkysfyf[kre~½
• jpukuqokndkSeqnh ¼dfiynsof}osnhfyf[kre~½
• laLÑrlkfgR;ifjp;% ¼lanHkZiqLrde~½ ¼jk- 'kS- vuq- iz- ifj"knk izdkf'kre~½
¼la'kksfèkrlaLdj.ke~½
d{kk&12
ikB~;Øe% ijh{kkfunsZ'kk'p
vof/k% gksjk=k;e~ ,de~ iz'ui=ke~ iw.kkZøk% 100
vfLeu~ iz'ui=ks pRokj% [k.Mk% Hkfo";fUr
[k.M% ßdÞ vifBrka'k&vocks/kue~ 15
[k.M% ß[kÞ jpukReddk;Ze~ 15
[k.M% ßxÞ ifBrka'k&vocks/kue~ ,oa laLd`rlkfgR;L; ifjp;% 40+10
[k.M% ß?kÞ NUn&vy³~dkjk% 20
izfr[k.Ma foLr`rfooj.ke~
[k.M% ^d*
¼vifBrka'kkocks/kue~½
vøk% 15
(i) 40&60 'kCnifjfer% ,d% ljy% vifBr% x|ka'k% 5
iz'uoSfo/;e~
(i) ,dinsu mÙkje~ 1
(ii) iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ 2
(iii) Hkkf"kddk;Ze~ 2
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drZ`& fØ;kinp;ue~
loZuke& laKkinp;ue~
fo'ks"k.k& fo'ks";p;ue~
lekukFkZd& foykseinp;ue~
(ii) 80&100 'kCnifjfer% ,d% ljy% vifBr% x|ka'k%A ¼lEikfnr% ljy% lkfgfR;d% va'k%½ 10
iz'uoSfo/;e~&
,dinsu mÙkje~ ¼iz'u};e~½ 2
iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ ¼,diz'u%½ 2
Hkk"kk& lEc)dk;Ze~ 4
drkZ&fØ;kinp;ue~ 1
fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks";&iz;ksx% 1
loZukeiz;ksx%@laKkiz;ksx% 1
'kCnkFkZp;ue~@foyksep;ue~ 1
leqfpr'kh"kZdiznkue~A 2
[k.M% ^[k*
¼jpukReda dk;eZ½ ~vøk% 15
1- iznÙk:ijs[k;k dFkkla;kstue~@Øek;kstue~ 10
2- løsrk/kkfjre~ o.kZue~ 5
[k.M% ^Xk*
¼ifBr&vocks/kue~½[k.M% ^x*
¼ifBr&vocks/kue~½ vøk% 40
1- =k;% va'kk%
(i) x|ka'k% 5
(ii) i|ka'k% 5
(iii) ukV~;ka'k% 5
iz'uoSfo/;e~
,dinsu mÙkje~ 1
iw.kZokD;su mÙkje~ 2
fo'ks"k.k&fo'ks";iz;ksx%@vfUofr% 1
foyksep;ue~@i;kZ;p;ue~] drZ`infØ;kinp;ue~ 1
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2- 'kCnkFkkZ% 2
3- dFkukfu vkfJR; iz'ufuekZ.ke~ 4
4- HkkokFkZys[kue~ 3+3
5- vUo;ys[kue~ 3
6- ikB~;iqLrde~ vkèkkfjra Hkkf"kddk;Ze~ 10
• drZ`fØ;kinp;ue~ 2
• fo'ks"k.kfo'ks";p;ue~ 2
• loZukelaKkiz;ksx% 2
• lekufoykseinp;ue~ 2
• d% da dFk;fr 2
7- laLd`rlkfgR;sfrgkl% 10
[k.M% ^?k*
¼NUnks•yadkjifjp;%)
vøk% 20
1- v/kksfyf[krNUnlke~ lksnkgj.ky{k.ke~ lkekU;Kkue~ 6
NUnkafl&
vuq"Vqi~] mitkfr] oa'kLFk] olUrfrydk] ekfyuh] f'k[kfj.kh] 'kknwZyfoØhfMre~]
eUnkØkUrk ¼iznÙk'yksds"kq NUnl% vfHkKkuek/;esu] iznÙkifjHkk"kklq
fjäLFkkuiwfrZekè;esu p ijh{k.ke~½
2- 'yksds"kq NUnlaKkue~ 4
3- v/kksfyf[kr& vy³~dkjk.kke~ mnkgj.klfgry{k.ke~ 10
'kCnky³~dkjk%&
vuqizkl%] ;ede~] 'ys"k%
vFkkZy³~dkjk%&
miek] :ide~] mRizs{kk] vFkkZUrjU;kl%]
iznÙk'yksds"kq vyadkjL; vfHkKkuek/;esu] 3
iznÙkifjHkk"kklq fjäLFkkuiwfrZek/;esu p ijh{k.ke~ 2+2
fu/kkZfjriqLrdkfu
• 'kk'orh ¼Hkkx%2½ ¼jk"Vªh;&'kSf{kd&vuq- ,oa izf'k{k.kifj"knk izdkf'kre~½
• O;kdj.klkSjHke~ ¼la'kksf/krlaLdj.ke~½ ¼jk"Vªh;&'kSf{kd&vuq- ,oa izf'k{k.kifj"knk izdkf'kre~½
• gk;jlaLÑrxzkej ¼,e~ vkjdkysfyf[kre~½
• jpukuqokndkSeqnh ¼dfiynsof}osnhfyf[kre~½
• laLÑrlkfgR;ifjp;% ¼lanHkZiqLrde~½ ¼jk- 'kS- vuq- iz- ifj"knk izdkf'kre~&la'kksf/krlaLdj.ke~½
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20. ARABIC
Code No. 116
Class XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammar 20 45
D. Literature 50 85
LANGUAGE Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
1. Anunseen passage of 100 words followed by 3-4 short
questions to test comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated
for testing vocabulary. 1 mark may be allocated for providing
a suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
In this section various questions on given input will be asked
as under :
(i) LetterWriting (General) 05 11
(ii) Summary of lesson from Text-book (80-100words) 05 11
(iii) Writing a longer composition such as an essay, article 10 23
or speech of 100-150 words
Section C : Applied Grammar 20 45
Variety of questions as listed below will be included involving the
application of grammar items in syllabus :
(i) (Thulaathi Mujarrad sixAbwaab only)
(ii) Jumla Khabariyya and Inshaiyyah.
(iii) Tawaabe: Taakeed and Badal.
(iv) Mustathna, Mustathna Minhu and Huroof-ul-istithnaa.
(v) Some Mansoobaat: Haal-Zul-Hall, Tamyiz and La Li-Nafyil-Jins.
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(vi) Abwaab Thulaathi Mazid Fih (8Abwaab only)
(1) If’aal.
(2) Taf eel.
(3) Mufaa’alah.
(4) Iftiaal.
(5) Infiaal.
(6) Tafa’’ul.
(7) Tafaa’ul.
(8) Istifaal.
(Teach all abwaab however the student should be examined only 1, 2, 3,5,&8.
(vii) Af’aal Madh and Zamm.
(viii) Fi I Ta’ajjub.
(ix) Kinds of Mabni and Mu’rab.
LITERATURE
Section D : 50 60
Prose : 35
Duroos-ul-Lughat-il-Arabiah Lighairin-Natiqueena
Biha, Part III,
By Dr.V. Abdul Rahim (available at Islamic Book Foundation, Bazar, Chitli Qabar,
Delhi-110006, Maktaba-I-Islami, Urdu Bazar, Jama Masjid, Delhi-110006)
Text 30
Diacritical marking of any text passages 05
Lessons to be studied
only lesson 1 to 17 are to be studied (pages 5-149)
Poetry : 15 25
Al-Qiraa' at-ur-Rasheedah-Part I,II,& III by Abdul Fattah Sabri and Ali Omar
(Egyptain Edition) 1949, (available at M. Rashid Sons, Urdu Bazar, Jama Masjid,
Delhi-110006.
Poems to be studied:
1. MisrAl-'Azizah I/22
2. At-Taa'wus II/70
3. Mishyat-ul-Ghuraab II/90
4. Sikkat-ul-Hadid III/7
5. Ar-Riyaah III/37
6. Annatu-Tiflin Dareer III/66
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Class XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100 Suggested
Periods : 210
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammar 20 45
D. Literature 50 85
Language Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 3-4 short
questions to test comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated for
testing vocabulary. 1 mark may be allocated for providing a
suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
In this section various questions on given input will be asked as under :
(i) Letter writing on a given topic 10
(ii) An essay on a given topic (150-200 words) 10
Section C : Applied Grammar 20 45
Variety of questions as listed below will be included involving the
application of grammar items in syllabus :
(i) I’laal (In Mithaal,Ajwaf and Naaqis)
(ii) Ibdal-Mahmoozul Faa,A’in and Laam
(iii) Idgham-Muda" af
(iv) Use ofAsmaa-Mausoolah
(v) Khasiyat-AbwaabAl ThulaathiAl Mujarrad
(vi) Khasiyat-Abwaab Mazid Fih (If'aal, Taf'eel, Mufaa'alah, Tafa"ul, Istif'aal)
(vii) Murakkab ‘Adadi (Adad andMa'dood)
(viii) Jumla Shartiyyah
(ix) Jumla Nidaaiyah
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Literature
Section D : 50
Prose : 35 60
Duroos ul Lughatilil-Arabia Lighairin-Natiqueen Biha, Part III
by Dr.V.Abdul Rahim
Text 30
Diacritical marking of any text passages 05
Lesson to be studied :
Lesson 18 to 34 (Page 150-302)
Poetry : 15 25
Prescribed book :
Al-Qiraa’at-ur Rasheedah Part II and III Abdul Fattah and Ali Omar
(Egyptian Edition 1949) available at M. Rashid&Sons. Urdu Bazar,
Jama Masjid, Delhi-110006
Poems to be studied :
1. Al-Babghaa’ ..................... II/49
2. Ajwaad-ul-’e -Arab ................... III/89 (Poetry only)
3. Al-‘AnkabootWaz-Zubabah ............... III/90
4. Al-lkhwaan ................. III/120
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21. PERSIAN
Code No. 123
Class XI
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100 Suggested
Periods : 210
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammar 20 45
D. Literature 50 85
Language Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
1. Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 3-4 short questions
to test comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated for testing
vocabulary. 1 mark may be allocated for providing a suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
In this section various questions on given input will be asked as under :
(i) Letter writing (Personal) 05 11
(ii) Paragraph writing (100-125words) in persian 05 11
(iii) Summarizing story of lesson in Urdu/Eng./Hindi/Persian 10 23
Section C : Applied Grammar 20 45
Variety of questions as listed below will be included involving the
application of grammar items in syllabus :
(i) Parts of speech 05
(ii) Infinitives 05
(iii) Aoristis 05
(iv) Correction of simple sentences 05
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Section D : Literature 50
A. Prose and Poetry
1. Farsi-wa-Dastoor Part I, Kitab-e-Awwal (1977) by Dr. Zahrae-Khanlari (Kia).
published by Idarah-e-Adabyate-Dilli, 2009 Qasimjan Street, Delhi-110006
Lessons to be studied :
1. Eddison—Part I
2. Eddison—Part II
3. Afsane Parie Daryai
4. Do Hikayat az Gulistane Saadi
5. Jashne Sadeh
6. Qissai Sindbad Behri—Part I
7. Qissai Sindbad Behri—Part II
8. Dasture Zabane Farsi
Isme Mufrad/Isme Jama
(Noun-Singular/Plural)
9. Dasture-e-Zabane Farsi
Zamir (Pronoun)
10. Dastur-e-Zabane Farsi
Fele Lazim/Fele Mutaaddi
(verb :Transitive/Intransitive)
B. Poetry :
11. Doorbeeni
12. Sadeh
Book Recommended :
2. Amoozih-e-Zaban-e-Farsi, Part IV by Dr. Yadullah Samarch, published by Intesharate,
Beanul Milai Al Hoda, available at Iran Culture Home, 18 Tilak Marg ,NewDelhi.
A. Prose :
1. KoochakwaKhwandani
2. Jawanan-Gami be pesh
3. Bohran-e-Energy
B. Poetry :
4. GulAiyeeneh, Quran
5. Misle-e-yak Joebar
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Class XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks : 100 Periods : 240
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammar 20 45
D. Literature 50 115
Language Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 3-4 short questions
to test comprehension. 2 marks may be allocated for testing vocabulary.
1 mark may be allocated for providing a suitable heading.
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
In this section various questions on given input will be asked as under :
(i) Letter writing/Essay writing 05
(ii) Objective type questions will be asked 05
(iii) Summarizing of prescribed lesson into English, Urdu or
Hindi/Persian 10
Section C : Applied Grammar 20 45
1. Definition of the following with examples : 10
(i) Nouns
(ii) Pronouns
(iii) Prepositions
(iv) Verb
2. Formation of the following from the infinitives 05
Imperatives
Aorists (Muzare)
3. Ismi Fail, Ismi Mafood,Adjectives 05
Singular/Plurals
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Section D : Literature 50
Prose and Poetry
I. Prescribed book :
1. Farsi-wa-Dustoor Part I, Kitab-e-Awwal (1977) by Dr. Zahara-e-Khanlari (kia),
Published by Idara-Adabiyate-I-Dilli, Jayyed Press, Delhi-110006
A. Prose :
Lessons to be studied :
1. Tarrar-e-Amanatdar
2. Qissa I Kodak-ie-Moosa (Part I)
3. Qissa I Kodak-ie-Moosa (Part II)
4. Shobban wa Gusfand
5. Qissa I Gule Khandanwa Durre Giryan—Parts I, II, III
6. Guwahie Darrakht
7. Dasture Zabane Farsi
Wabastae Ajzai Jumla Muzafi' Ilaih
8. Dasture Zabane Farsi
Wabastai Fel (Qaid)
B. Poetry :
Poems to be studied :
1. Mazandaran
2. NageeneAngushtri
3. Kitab
II. Book recommended for reading :
Amoozish-e-Zaban-e-Farsi Book IV by Dr. Yedullah Samarch.
Published by Intesharate Benul MillaliAl Hoda, available at
Iran Culture House, 18, Tilak Marg,NewDelhi.
A. Prose :
1. Rawabete MisrwaLibi
2. Nohmeen Ijlasee Saran
3. KhanawadawaKudake Nabina
B. Poetry :
1. Waqti Ki Ishq Nist.
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22. NEPALI SYLLABUS
Code No. 124
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
1. Vyakaran: Nirdharit pathya Samagri : 15
(i) Paryayevachi Sabda
(ii) Viparitarthak Sabda
(iii) Anekaarthak Sabda
(iv) Saar Sabda
(v) Sabda Suddhi Vimarsha
Nirdharit pathya pustak : Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaran ra Rachana
2. Adrista wa apathit gadyansh ya padyansh padera sodhiyeka prasnaka uttar
lekhney. 5
3. Rachana : 15
(Nirdharit pathya Samagri)
(i) Patra Rachana - 5
(a) Vyaktigat
(b) Byaparik
(c) Daftari
(d) Smarak patra
(ii) Nibandha Rachana : 10
(a) Prakriti
(b) Pravaharu
(c) Samajik
(d) Vaigyanik
(Sandarbha Pustak : Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaran ra Rachana)
4. Katha : 20
Pathya samagri :
(i) Daura Suruwal Keshavraj Pindali
(ii) Jyoti Binako Ujjalo Sanu Lama
(iii) Dhan Bahadurko Lauro Samiran Chhetri ‘Priyadarshi’
(iv) UjjyalikoAansu Hridayachandra Singh Pradhan
(Sandarbha Pustak : Katha Sangraha - Janapakchha Prakashan, Gangtok, Sikkim)
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5. Nibandha : 10
(i) Anuhar Achha Rai ‘Rasik’
(ii) Ujjyalo Indra Bahadur Rai
(iii) Birgatiki Dhoko Ramkrishna Sharma
(Sandarbha Pustak : Nibandha Sangraha, Janapkchha Prakashan)
6. Kavita: 10
(Sandarbha Pustak) : Muna Madan by Mahakavi Laxmi Prasad Deokota.
7. Natak: 10
(Sandarbha Pustak : Nepali Ekankki Sangraha-Siksha Vibhag, Sikkim Sarkar)
Pathya Samagriharu :
a) Ekankki Natak Chhoto Charcha
b) Bharatiya Nepali Natak Ek Dristi
Ekanki :
(i) Tika—Mohan Bista/Pukar Gurung
(ii) Maang—Lil Bahadur Cheetri
Reference Book : Nepali Ekanki Sangrha—Siksha Vibhag, Sikkim Sarkar.
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A : Grammar 15
Section B : Reading (Unseen ) 10
Section C : Composition & Writing 15
Section D : Literature 60
Prose 30
Poetry 10
Drama 20
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A. Grammar (Suggested chapters) 15
(i) Chhanda :Anustup, Totak, Indrabajraa, Shikharini, Basantatilaka, Sardulvikridit.
(ii) Alankaar : Anupras, Upama, Rupak, Slesh,Vakrokti, Utpreksha.
Reference Book : Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaran ra Rachna.
B. Reading Unseen : 10
C. Composition & Writing : (Suggested chapters) : 15
(a) Patra Rachana : Vyaktigat, Vyaparik, Daftari, and Smarak Patra.
(b) Nibandha Rachana : Aatmaparak,Vicharatmak.
Reference Book : Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaran ra Rachana.
D. Literature : (Prose) : 30.
Stories : 20
(i) Machhako mol—Shiva Kumar Rai
(ii) Pipako Hawaldar—Matrika Prasad Koirala
(iii) Rupko Mulya—Bal Krishna Sam
(iv) Chaprasi—AchhaRai Rasik
Reference Book : Katha Sangraha, Published by Janapakchha Prakashan,
Gangtok, Sikkim 10
Essay :
(i) Abhagi Jiniyas Deokota —Raj Narayan Pradhan
(ii) Namastey—Tara Nath Sharma
(iii) Pyaro Sapana—Ram Krishna Sharma
Reference Book : Nibanda Sangraha published by Janapakchha Prakashan
Gangtok, Sikkim
Language-Literature : Nepali Bhasako Utpati
Reference Book : Nepali Sahitya Parichaya—Purna Rai
Poetry : RituVichar—Lekhnath Poudyal 10
Reference Book : Ritu Vichar
Drama : (Suggested chapters) : 10
(i) Natak— saadharan parichaya
(ii) Nepali Natakko Vikash Katha
(iii) Ekanki Boksi —Balkrishna Sam
Reference Book : Nepali Ekanki Sangraha—Siksha Vibhag, Sikkim Sarkar.
UPANYASH : Daak Bangla : by Shivakumar Rai 10
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23. TIBETAN
Code NO. 117
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
1. Applied Grammar : 20
Use of Parts of Speech in sentence case endings and configuration of verbs with their forms
used in various kinds of sentences.
Suggested References :
"Brjod pa la dpyod pa" (33 to 58 pages) and "Bya tshig la dpyod pa" (109 to 141 pages)
from "Bod kyi sgra rig pai gnas la dpyod pa gsal bai me long" by Thupten Chhogdup,
Published by Tibtan Library, Dharamsala, H.P.
Section B
Reading an unseen passage or poem 10
(a) One literary or discursive passage of about 200-300 words or a poem of about 8 lines.
Section C
Composition & Writing 10
(a) Essay and Letter writing
(i) Application for leave, jobs, fee concession, and aid for poor funds.
(ii) Topics related to personal experience, festivals.
Suggested References :
(i) Yig-bskur-Namshag, Tibetan Cultural, Printing Press Office, Dharamsala.
Section D
Literature
Prose 20
"Legs bshad blogsar mig 'byed" (Chapter 1, 4, 8, 9, 10 and 11) Published by Tibetan
Cultural, Printing Press, Dharamsala- H.P.
Poetry 15
"Snyan-ngag-me-long" (Chapter II, First TwoAlankaras) Published by the Tibetan Cultural
Printing Press, Dharamsala, H.P.
Drama 15
"Gtam padmai tshal gyi zlos gar" by - Za Paltul Rinpoche, Published by the Tibetan
Cultural Printing Press, Dharamsala, H.P.
Directorate of Education Gangtok, Sikkim.
Rapid Reading 10
"My Land and My People" by H.H. the Dalai Lama
(Chapter 4 and 5)
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
1. Applied Grammar : 20
Suggested References :
Rtag 'Jug from Si tu'i Zhal lung, Published by Tibetan Culture Printing Press, Dharamsala,
H.P.
Section B
Reading an unseen passage or poem 10
(a) One literary or discursive passage of about 250-300 words or a poem of about 8 lines
Section C
Composition and Writing 15
Essay and Letter Writing
(i) Essay : Topic related to personal experiences, reflective matter like patriotism and
democracy etc.
(ii) Letter writing : Topic relating to Professional, Occupational, Official, Social interest.
Section D
Literature
Prose 15
Prescribed book :
Bod du rig gnas dar tshul mdor bsdus bshad pa by Muge Samten, Published by the
Tibetan Cultral Printing Press, Dharamsala, H.P.
Poetry 15
Prescribed book :
Snyan-ngag-me-long (Third Alankara) Published by the Tibetan Cultural Printing Press,
Dharamsala, H.P. Published by the Tibetan Cultural Printing Press, Dharamsala, H.P.
Drama 15
Prescribed Book : Ri dvags kyi gtam gyi nges 'byung gi pho nya by - Longchen
Ramjampa, Published by Tibetan Cultural Printing Press, Dharamshala,H.P.
Rapid Reading 10
Sing ga la yi lo rgyus by Gendun Chophel, Published by the Tibetan Cultral Printing
Press, Dharamsala H.P.
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24. FRENCH
Code No. 118
Class XI
One Paper 3Hours Marks :100 Periods
Section A: Applied Grammar 25 50
- filling up blanks with appropriate parts of speech
- Transformation of sentences
- Based on chapter 1-17 of Prescribed book
Section B: Comprehension/Reading 25 30
-One passage from the prescribed book 15
(Prose/Poetry)
-One Unseen passage 10
(variety of comprehension questions. including short answer
questions&Vocabulary (word attack)
Section C: Writing skills/Composition 20 40
-Writing a story based on outlines provided (120words) 10
-One unaided composition based on the topics in the 10
prescribed book (120 words)
Section D : Literature 30
(Short answer questions on prescribed texts)
Prose 20 40
Comprehension of the prescribed text (Chapter 1-17)
Poetry 10 20
Poems tobe studied:
1. La Route by CF Rameez
2. Les Villages by F Jammes
3. Page d'ecriture by J.Prevert
4. Les enfants dans le jardin public by Victor Hugo
5. Barcarolle by Th. Gautier
Prescribed book: Cours de langue et civilization
Francaises II by G. Mauger
(Chapter 1-17) Published by Heachette
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Class XII
One Paper 3 Hours Marks 100 Periods
Section A: Applied Grammar 25 50
- filling up blanks with appropriate parts of speech
- Transformation of sentences
- Sentence correction (not involving punctuation and spelling)
Based on chapter 18-30 of Prescribed book
Section B: Comprehension/Reading 25 30
-One passage from the Prescribed book (Prose/Poetry) 15
-One unseen passage 10
(variety of comprehension questions including short answer questions
and vocabulary/word attack)
Section C: Writing skills/composition 20 40
-Writing a story based on outlines provided (120words) 10
- One unaided composition based on the topics in the 10
prescribed book (120 words)
Section D: Literature 30
(Short answer questions on Prescribed text)
Prose 20 40
Comprehension of the Prescribed text (Chapter 18-30)
Poetry
Poems to be studied: 10 20
1. Rienn'est beau-Ch. Peguy
2. Avec ton parapluie-F.Jammes
3. Le Petit Train-Emile Henriot
4. La PetiteVille-Ake Noailles
5. Si la Garonne-Gustave Nadaud
Prescribed book: Cours de Langue et civilization Francaises II by G. Mauger, Pub:
Hachette (Chapter 18-30)
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Grammar topics:
XI. 1. Negative
2. Interrogative
3. Sentence reordering
4. Sentence correction
5. Tensesofverbs(incl.Subjonctif)
6. Pronomrelatif
7. AdjectifInterrogatif
8. Adjectifqualificatif
XII. 1. Sentence reordering
2. Sentence correction
3. Tenses of verbs (excluding Passe' simple and Passe' Ante'Neur)
4. Pronominterrogatif
5. Usesof'infinitif'
6. Pronom Personnel-all types
7. Prepositions
8. Pronomindefini&adjectifindefini
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25. GERMAN
Code No. 120
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hoursMarks : 100
Section A
Marks Periods
1. Applied Grammar 45 80
Based on the prescribed lessons
Section B
2. Comprehension of an unseen text in German 15 35
(answers to short questions in German)
Section C
3. Composition : A brief essay in German 20 35
(in about 150 to 200 words) on a topic of everyday experiences
Section D
4. Questions based on the prescribed lessons 20 30
(to be answered in German)
Prescribed books :
Tangram (Deutsch als Fremdsprache),
(Max Hueber Verlag) Book - A2/2, Lesson 5&8
Book B 1/1 Lessons 1&2
Suggested References :
Moment Mal I
(Christian Lemke et al)
Langensche. Dt 1998.
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hoursMarks : 100
Section A
Marks Periods
1. Applied Grammar based on the prescribed lessons 45 80
Section B
88
2. Comprehension of an unseen text in German 15 35
(answers to short questions in German)
Section C
3. Composition : A brief essay in German 20 35
(in about 150 to 200 words) on a topic of everyday experiences
Section D
4. Questions based on the prescribed lessons 20 30
(to be answered in German)
Book prescribed :
Prescribed books :
Tangram (Deutsch als Fremdsprache),
(Max Hueber Verlag) Book - B1/1, Lesson 3&4
Book B 1/2 Lessons 5&8
Suggested References for class XI and class XII :
Moment Mal II
(Christian Lemke et al) Lamgensche. dt. 1998
Dictionaries recommended :
1. Langenscheidt :Teschenwoerterbuch
2. K.M. Sharma : German—Hindi Dictionary
3. Cassell’s German—English/English-German Dictionary
4. Collins German—English/English-German Dictionary
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26. RUSSIAN
Code No. 121
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
Marks Periods
Applied Grammar 45 80
(Based on the lessons from the Prescribed text book)
Section B
Reading Comprehension 15 35
Anunseen passage of about 150-200 words with 4-5 short
answer type questions based on the passages
Section C 15
Anessay of about 100-200 words in Russian on a topic
related to Real life
Section D
Prose 15 20
Questions based on the texts from the prescribed text book
requiring answers in Russian
Section E
Translation 10 10
(A) From Russian into English
(B) From English into Russian ( Unknown text or sentences)
Prescribed book :
Russian for Children “Russkii Yazyk”
(Text Book for foreign students) by M.N.Vityutnev and others (Book-V)
Lesson 1 to 15
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
Marks Periods
Applied Grammar 45 80
(Based on the lessons from the prescribed text book)
Section B
Reading Comprehension 15 35
Anunseen passage of about 150-200 words with 4-5
short answer type questions based on the passages
Section C
Composition and writing 15 30
Anessay of about 100-120 words in Russian on a
topic to related to real life
Section D
Questions based on the texts 15 25
From the prescribed text book
requiring answers in Russian
Section E
Translation 10 10
(A) From Russian into English (Unknown text or Sentences)
(B) From English in to Russian (Unknown text or Sentences)
Prescribed book :
Russian for Children :
“Russkii Yazyk”
(Text Book for foreign students by M.N.Vityutnev and others (Book-VI) : Lesson 1-15
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27. SPANISH
Code No. 196
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Periods
Section A
Applied Grammar 45 80
(Based on the prescribed text books)
(i) elementary grammatical categories like articles,,
nouns, pronouns ,gender, number, adjectives,
adverbs, conjunctions of verbs, auxiliary verbs,
prepositions etc.wouldbe included
(ii) Tense structureswould include the Different forms of past,
present and future, including the perfect tense with the
auxiliary verb 'haber.'
(iii) The imperative verbalmood—commandand entreaties—
(but not the subjunctive mood ) would be included.
(iv) Use of Idiomatic expressions
Section B
Reading Comprehension 15 35
Students will be expected to read and answer 3 to 4 simple
questions from an unseen passage of about 150-200 words
to be selected from the prescribed text books.
Section C
Composition and Writing 20 35
Ashort composition of about 150 words in Spanish based on a
topic related to the life around.
Section D
(Literature/Culture in Prose) 20 30
Simple questions of famous works, authors, customs, festivals etc. related to the
Spanish speaking Countries based on the prescribed texts.
Prescribed texts :
Espanol sin fronteras, Nivel Elemental, by Jesus Sanchez Lobato, Concha Moreno Garcia and
Isabel Santos Gargallo, SGEL, Madrid, 1998.
Recommended Textbook :
NuevoVen 1, [Unidad 1 to Unidad 9], By Francisco Castro, Fernando Marin, Reyes Morales,
Soledad Rosa, Edelsa, Madrid, 2003
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100
Section A
Marks Periods
Applied Grammar 45 80
(i) All Morphological and Synatatic elements prescribed
for class XI
(ii) The subjunctive mood (present and past), its use as
an independent clause and with conditional clauses.
(iii) Use of the gerund and the participle.
(iv) Active and Passive voice and the uses of “se”
Section B
Reading Comprehension 15 35
Anunseen passage of about 200 words with 4 to 5 questions to
be answered in Spanish from the passage.
Section C
Composition and Writing 15 30
Ashort composition (using the subjunctiveMoodalso) in
Spanish on a topic related to the life around (200 words)
Section D
(Culture/Literature in Prose) 25 35
Simple questions on well-known Spanish works, authors,
customs, festivals, etc. based on the prescribed texts.
Prescribed texts :
Espanol sin fronteras, Nivel Intermedio, by Jesus Sanchez Lobato, Concha Moreno Garcia
and Isabel Santos Gargallo, SGEL, Madrid, 1998.
Recommended Textbook:
Nuevo Ven 2, By Francisco Castro, Fernando Marin, Reyes Morales, Edelsa, Madrid, 2004.
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28. KASHMIRI
Code No. 197
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Suggested
Periods : 210
Units/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammarand Translation 20 45
D. Literature 50 85
Language Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
(i) Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 4 short questions to test
comprehension and to provide a suitable heading
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
(i) Letter writing 05 11
(ii) Summary of a news story (80-100 words) 05 11
(iii) An essay of the following nature 10 25
(Descriptive/Narrative/Environmental/Scientific) 150 words
Section C : Applied Grammar and Translation 20 45
(i) Parts of speech 05 11
(ii) Usage of words 05 10
(iii) Structure of sentences
(viz., noun phrase, verb phrase) 05 12
(iv) Transformation of sentences
(without changing meaning) 05 12
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Section D : Literature 50 85
1. Prose 20 35
(i) Explanation of two extracts out of four with 10
reference to their context
(ii) Summary of a lesson or one text based question 10
with hundred percent choice
Lessons to be studied :
(i) High Schools Manz
(ii) Raj Taranagni
(iii) Haji Baba
(iv) Toba Tek Singh
(v) Phatak
(vi) Garm Coat
2. Poetry 20 35
(i) Explanation of two excerpts out of four with 10
reference to context
(ii) Summary of a poem 10
Poems to be studied :
(i) Lal Vaakh
(ii) Sheikh Shurkh
(iii) Bahaar
(iv) Zoon KhatsAsof Hyish
(v) HusuGoshi Goshe
(vi) BeNov ZareAshqe Bemari
3. Genres of Poetry 10 15
Vaakh, Shurkh, Mathnavi, Nazem, Na’t, Leela, Gazal
Book Prescribed :
Kashur Nisab (for Class XI) published by the J&K State Board of School Education 1985
Edition.
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Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Suggested
Periods : 210
Unit/Areas of Learning Marks Periods
A. Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
B. EffectiveWriting Skills 20 45
C. AppliedGrammarand Translation 20 45
D. Literature and Criticism 50 85
LANGUAGES Marks Suggested
Periods
Section A : Advanced Reading Skills 10 35
(i) Anunseen passage of 150 words followed by 4 short question to text
comprehension and to provide a suitable heading
Section B : Effective Writing Skills 20 45
(i) Creative writing
(writing story on a given theme) 08 20
(ii) An essay of the following nature
(Descriptive/Narrative/Scientific/Literary) 12 25
Section C : Applied Grammar and Translation 20 45
(i) Making of compound sentences from simple sentences 05 11
(ii) Correct of tense 05 11
(iii) Identification of noun phrases and verb phrases 05 11
(iv) Translation of a passage of 50words/5 sentences 05 12
(from English into Kashmiri)
Section D : Literature and Criticism 50 85
1. Prose 12 25
(i) Explanation of a prose passage out of two with reference 05
to their context
(ii) Sumand substance of a lesson with alterantive 07
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Lessons to be studied :
(i) Vanka
(ii) Dante
(iii) Taph
(iv) Tote Senz Kath
(v) Shekhsiyat
(vi) Kasheere hundOundFoukh
2. Poetry 10 25
(i) Explanation of an excerpt with reference to context
(alternative to be provided) 04
(ii) Sumand substance of a poem 06
Poems to be studied :
(i) Faryaad
(ii) Noshlab chhai phairan Bagus
(iii) Akh Proon Shahar
(iv) Aka Nandun
(v) BulbulasKun
(vi) Hqndi phanoos
3. Identification of new words/images in a given extract.
4. Criticism 10 15
Question shall be based on the exercises of the lesson
(alternative to be provided)
(i) Discussion on the theme of a poem.
(ii) Sumand Substance of oue poem out of the two offered
5. Objective type questions 10 05
(i) Anobjective/question of ten items based on the text.
Every item shall have four probable answers and the
candidate shall be asked to write the most appropriate answer.
Book Prescribed :
Kashur Nisab (for Class XII) published by the J&K State Board of School Education 1986
Edition.
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29. MIZO
Code No. 198
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Periods
Section A
Grammar 20 40
(a) Synonyms and Antonyms 5 10
(b) Proverbs for amplification 5 10
(c) Transformation of sentences onmood 5 10
(d) Punctuation 5 10
Section B
Reading (Unseen) 10 20
(a) Write a summary of the passage
(b) Give a suitable title
(c) Comment on the style
Section C
Composition and Writing 15 30
(a) Letter writing 5 10
(b) Essay writing 10 20
Section D
Literature 55 110
Prose 20 40
1. Zoram Parmawi—C. Rokhuma
2. Leilung hi Pathian siam a ni—P.L. Liandinga
3. Music—Sangzuala Pa
4. Thalaite intodelhna—P.C. Biaksiama
5. Thawhrim Rah—R.L. Thanmawia
6. Anni Jeh Keini—Siamkima
7. Serh Leh Sang—James Dokhuma
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Poerty 20 30
1. Ka pianna zoram naum—Rokunga
2. Vauhla—Lalsangzuali Sailo
3. Fiara tui—Zothanga
4. Kawltuchawia—Chhuana
5. Phu loh Thahmingliani—F. Rokima
6. Jerusalem Tharah—Roliana Ralte
7. Ka va ngaien—Hleia
8. ThlawhhmaHla—Romani
Fiction 15 30
Kraws Bulah Chuan—K.C. Lalvunga
Prescribed books :
1. Zochhun—Expert committee on Mizo language (CBSE)
Class XII
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Periods
Section A 40
Grammar 15
1. Prefix and Suffix 5 10
2. Borrowed words into Mizo from other languages 5 10
3. Double adverb/adjectival adverb 5 10
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Section
Composition and Writing 25 50
1. Idioms and phrases 10 20
2. Essay writing on real life experience 8 16
3. Reports of events and incidents, 7 14
Section
Literature 60
Prose 20 40
1. Lung in Malsawmna—H. Lallungmuana
2. Zinkawng rapthlak zawhtute—R.L. Thanmawia
3. Mizo tawng khawvel—C. Sangzuala
4. Tunge Mizo—Z.T. Sangkhuma
5. Val upa—Darchhawna
6. Pi Puke duh loh thil—James Do khusma
7. Thamna leh ahlutna—Lalthangliana
Poetry 20 40
1. Lungdawh hia—V. Hawla
2. Khuanu leng chawi—Hrawva
3. Zunphur thing tin—Damhauhva
4. Lenna khua hmun lo—Lalzova
5. Laikhum zala ka dawn pawhim—Vankhama
6. Tunah a thar hmangaihna—R.L. Kamlala
7. Zo linan hla—Thanga
8. Raltaing I kaiVeAng—Rokunga
Drama 10 30
Zothansangi—Vanneitluanga
Fiction
Chhingpuii—Kaphleia 10 20
Prescribed books :
1. Lentlang—Expert committee on Mizo language (CBSE)
100
30. PORTUGUESE
Code No. 019
Class XI
One Paper Time : 3 hours Marks : 100 Suggested
Periods
1. Applied Grammar 35 84
(a) Advanced Grammar : Plural ofCompoundNouns :Adjectives-Degrees
of comparison: Pronouns;Verb-Regular and Irregular, Use of Modes
andTenses ofVerbs-Adverbs:
(b) Prepositions and Conjunctions
(i) Filling up to the blanks with appropriated parts of speech.
(ii) Sentence corrections
(iii) Transformation of Sentences, Active/Passive, Splitting/Joining
Verb-Adverb,Adjective-Adverb.
2. Translation and Composition 25 36
(i) Translation of a Portuguese passage of about 150-200words into English
(ii) PrecisWriting
3. Prose Comprehension 50 144
(i) Reference to context based on a passage taken from the lessons 12
(ii) Short answer questions form the text to be answered (3x6) 18
inPortuguese
(iii) Two long general questions from the text to be answered 20
inPortuguese
Prescribed book :
1. Portugues Sem Frontieras-II (Page 1 to 91)
By Isabel Coimbra Leite and Olga Mata Coimbra
Published by : Lidel Edicoes Tecnicas, Lisbon 1994
2. Textos E Imagens De Portugal
Published by ICALP/MEC/SEBSPE 1981
Lessons :
1. OPortuense
2. Boa Viagem
3. Momorias deumtaxi
4. Omeu bairro
5. UmaCidade doAlentejo
6. Opiloto-mar
7. Asquatro estacoes


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