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KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

ASHOK VIHAR, PH.-III


DELHI-110052
Dear parents-
Summer holidays our always welcomed by young students. The school closes for
summer vacation on the 6th May, 09 and shall reopen on 1st July 2009. Children
need there holidays to relax. Take a break from continuous studies. There holidays
help them to recharge their batteries. May I request you to help your child to adopt
some planned & systematic approach towards creating the healthier way of
spending summer holidays. Besides completing the home-work given to them,
students should be encouraged to participate in some organized sports, summer
camps & attend summer schools to update their creativity & skills. Best way to
spend holidays is to complete holiday homework as well as join creative activities.
 Encourage them to get up early in the morning, get ready & do some Puja/prayer.
 Children should be encouraged to discover the joy of reading and should master
the important vocabulary.
 While it is useful to surf the net & discover new sites with information relevant to
curriculum topics, but kindly see that children don’t limit themselves to the
internet.
 Apparently the T.V. has drastically changed our way of living & has become a main
factor responsible for passive life style of young children. Parents, kindly see that I
hour of watching T.V. is completely enough of especially for the young ones.
 Parents should take time off work to plan a family vacation during summer holiday.
 Holidays H.W. can be downloaded from the following web addresses.
1. www.khms.ac.in
2. http://khms-holidayshw2009.blogspot.com

Best Wishes for Happy Holidays

PRINCIPAL

First Term Syllabus

Classes : XII A, C, D
Subject : Computer Science (083)
(Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14)

UNIT 1: PROGRAMMING IN C++


C++ covered In Class –XI, Concept of Object Oriented Programming
Implementation of Object Oriented Programming concepts in C++:
 Pointers
 Structures
 Classes
 Constructor and Destructor functions
 Data File Handling: Need for a data file, Text File, Binary File
UNIT 2: DATA STRUCTURES
Arrays: One and two Dimensional arrays
UNIT 5: COMMUNICATION AND OPEN SOURCE CONCEPTS
Networking:
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Classes : XII L
Subject : multimedia and web technology (067)

chapter 1(revision of class xi including html and vb script)


chapter 2(computer system : database)
chapter 3(communication and network concept)
CHAPTER 4(introduction to open source)
chapter 14 (flash : an introduction)
chapter 15(creating animation)
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Classes : Class XII I


Subject : Informatics Practices (065)

Chapter 1 (open software, business computing &database applications)


Chapter 2 (advanced programming methodology))
Chapter 3 (Advanced Database Technologies)
Chapter 4 (Visual Basic Revision Tour)
chapter 5 (Visual Basic Revision tour II )
chapter 6 (Procedures Functions and modules)
Chapter 7 (Library Functions)
Chapter 8 (VB Interface Styles)

SYLLABUS – MATHS
CLASS – XII (2009-2010)
FIRST TERM
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 4
CHAPTER 5
CHAPTER 6 (DO EXERCISE 6.1 & 6.3 ONLY)
CHAPTER 12
SYLLABUS – ECONOMICS
CLASS – XII (2009-2010)

FIRST TERM
PART- A
UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1: SCOPE OF ECONOMICS.
CHAPTER 3: CENTRAL PROBLEMS OF AN ECONOMY.
CHAPTER 4 : CONCEPTS OF OPPORTUNITY COST AND PRODUCTION POSSIBILITY
FRONTIER

UNIT 2 CONSUMER’S EQUILIBRIUM AND DEMAND


CHAPTER 5 : CONSUMER’S EQUILIBRIUM : UTILITY ANALYSIS
CHAPTER 6 : CONSUMER’S EQUILIBRIUM : INDIFFERENCE CURVE ANALYSIS
CHAPTER 7 : DEMAND
CHAPTER 8 : PRICE ELASTICITY OF DEMAND

UNIT 3 PRODUCER BEHAVIOUR AND SUPPLY


CHAPTER 11: SUPPLY AND PRICE ELASTICITY OF SUPPLY
CHAPTER 15 PRICE DETERMINATION UNDER PERFECT COMPETITION
(TILL 7TH MAY )

CHAPTER 9: PRODUCTION FUNCTION : RETURNS TO A FACTOR


CHAPTER 10: COST
CHAPTER 12: REVENUE
CHAPTER 13: PRODUCER’S EQUILIBRIUM
(FIRST TERMINAL EXAMS 21ST JULY TO 31ST JULY )

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HOME SC.
SESSION 2009-10
COMPREHENSIVE HOME SC.
CHAPTER 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 19

BIOTECHNOLOGY SYLLABUS

CHAPTER 1 PROTEIN STR. & ENGG.


CHAPTER2 Y DNA TECHNOLOGY
CHAPTER3 MICROBIAL CELL CULTURE
POLITICAL SCIENCE

CONTEMPORARY WORLD POLITICS


CHAPTER- 1,2, 3, 4, 5

BUSINESS STUDIES
CHAPTER 1, 2, 4

ACCOUNTANCY
CHAPTER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT)
CHAPTER 1 (DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING)

HISTORY
CHAPTER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

PHYSICS
CHAPTER 1, 2, 3, 4 (HALF CHAPTER)

ECONOMICS
UNIT 1, 2, 3

BIOLOGY
CHAPTER 1, 2, 3, 4 (UNIT – REPRODUCTION)
CHAPTER 1 (GENETICS)

CHEMISTRY
NCERT BOOK
PART I UNIT 8
PART II UNIT 10, 11, 12, 13

ENGLISH
FLAMINGO
CHAPTER 1 THE LAST LESSON
CHAPTER 2 MY MOTHER AT SIXTY SIX & DOST SPRING
CHAPTER 3 NOTE MAKING

VISTAS
1. THE THIRD LEVEL
2. THE TIGER KING
PRACTICE / REVISE
1. NOTICE WRITING
2. ARTICLES & REPORTS
3. FORMAL LETTERS : TO THE EDITOR, LETTERS OF COMPLAINTS/ ENQUIRY
4. POSTERS

FLAMINGO
1. DEEP WATER
2. POEM – ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM IN A SLUM.

Clothing Construction
Theory : Selection of fabric color, texture, print, weight etc to suit figures,
occasion profession and age.

Selection of design to suit age, figure, occasion, profession etc.

Size measurement shorts with neck measurement construction based scale on the
basis of breadth, height, girth, chest, shoulder etc.
Display of RMG, fashion shows (accessories and fashion products)

Practical : Grading of basic block’s Adult Bodice with shoulder dart, half sleeve,
and skirt with waist dart + kid’s frock.

Pattern Making (First Term)

Theory
- Comparison of paper patterns of different countires
- Designing Through dart manipulation

Practical: Basic Adult’s bodice block with shoulder dart, making or developing
master paper patterns.
Basic Adults’ sleeve block with elbow dart.
Dart manipulation, the forming of Princess Line dress along with fullness and
control of dart in choli-cut blouse.

Design
Theory
Fashion - Factors favoring fashion
- Factors retarding fashion
Practical
Neckline variations 30
Skirt variations 30
Collar variations 18
Human face – front view
Basic croquis – front view hands
Feet
Style lines on the croquis

Textile Science
Theory
Finishes – What are finishes?
Classification of finishes with preparatory processes- bleaching & singeing

Stabilizing processes – mercerization, ammoniating, tentering

Textual processes
Acids
Reducing agents
Oxidizing agents
Soaps and detergents
1) Action 2) difference
Pre treatment process
- Calendaring and its types + Res - short note
- Water repellent finishes
- Water proofing
- Flame Retardency
- Soil and stain release finishes
- Anti bacterial finishes (Anti septic finishes)
- Moth proofing
- Anti static finishes
- Wrinkle resistant finishes
- Permanent press and its types in detail.