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ST.

XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG


SYLLABUS 2015-16 ENGLISH CLASS 12
THEMES
READING
SKILLS
(23 March 6April)
(7 PERIODS)
WRITING
SKILLS
(7-18 APRIL)
( 11 PERIODS)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
COMPREHENSION - NOTE MAKING SUMMARY

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
ASSESSMENT :1
CLASS TEST (04/05/2015)
Workout practice sheets .

NOTICE -REPORT -LETTERS -SPEECH ARTICLES

ASSESSMENT : 2 (23/06/2015)
CLASS TEST
A commercial advertisement to launch a new
product in the market to be drafted in not more
than 50 words.

VISTAS
(20-25APRIL)
(6 PERIODS)

THE TIGER KING: The conceit of those in


power. Literary device of dramatic irony in the
story. Subjecting innocent animals to the
willfulness of human beings.

VISTAS

THE ENEMY : Hard choices between our roles


as private individuals and as citizens with a sense
of national loyalty . Generals attitude towards
the enemy soldier human consideration /lack of
national loyalty /dereliction of duty /simply selfabsorption. .
SHOULD WIZARD HIT MOMMY :An adults
perspective of life different from that of a childs
.
ON THE FACE OF IT : The actual pain or
inconvenience caused by a physical impairment
is much less than the sense of alienation felt by
the person with disabilities .
MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD : Seeds of
rebellion are sowed early in life .

Review any film you have seen or novel you


have read with a similar theme .

THE LAST LESSON :Linguistic chauvinism .


Realising how precious language is.

Group discussion on linguistic minority in a


state . Linguistic human rights . Conduct a
survey by talking at least 5 of your
schoolmates .

FLAMINGO
(13-17 JULY )
(5 PERIODS)

MY MOTHER AT SIXTY- SIX : Complex


subtleties of human relationships in lyrical idiom
.

A brief description of an elderly woman in


your life .

FLAMINGO
(22- 25 JULY )
(6 PERIODS)
FLAMINGO

LOST SPRING : Grinding poverty and traditions


which condemn children to a life of exploitation .

Focus on the use of hyperbole / metaphor /


simile and able to identify the same .

THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL..:

A list of social injustice and class inequality

(27April 9
May)
(12 PERIODS)
VISTAS
(11 16May )
(6 PERIODS)
VISTAS
(22-27 June )
(6 PERIODS)
VISTAS
(29 JUNE-4
JULY )
(6PERIODS)
FLAMINGO
(6-11JULY)
(6 PERIODS)

ASSESSMENT: 3 (20/07/2015)
CLASS TEST
Design a poster in not more than 50 words .

Discuss the moral issue that the story raises .


Individual stances regarding the two endings to
the Roger Skunk story .
Use your imagination to suggest another
ending to the story .

Identify the commonality of theme found in the


two accounts of two distant cultures

(27JULY-1
AUGUST )
(5 PERIODS)
FLAMINGO
(3-8 AUGUST )
(6 PERIODS)
FLAMINGO
(10-14
AUGUST )
(5 PERIODS)
FLAMINGO
(26 AUG.-4
SEPT. )
(6 PERIODS)

Themes of social injustice and class inequalities .

that you are aware of .

DEEP WATER : Psychological analysis of fear ,


Experiencing fear and steps taken to overcome it
.
KEEPING QUIET :Necessity of quiet
introspection and creating a feeling of mutual
understanding among human beings .

First person narration of personal experiences .


Personal learning achievements expressed
through letters .
Analyse the need to keep quiet as instructed by
the poet .

THE RATTRAP : A belief that the essential


goodness in a human being can be awakened
through understanding and love .

Picking instances from the story in pairs to


justify statements .How humour serves in
lightening the seriousness of the theme .

FLAMINGO
(7-9
SEPT. )
(3periods)
FLAMINGO
(10-16 SEPT. )
(6 PERIODS)
FLAMINGO
(17-19SEPT.)
(3 PERIODS)
FLAMINGO
(21-26 SEPT .)
(7 PERIODS)

A THING OF BEAUTY: Human beings love life


inspite of troubles and sufferings .

List the things of beauty and also those that


cause pain .

INDIGO : Freedom from fear more important


than legal justice for the poor. Qualities of a
good leader .
AUNT JENNIFERS TIGERS : Constraints of
married life a woman experiences .

List the qualities of a good leader .

GOING PLACES : Theme of adolescent


fantasizing and hero worship.

Characterisation. Benefits and disadvantages of


teenage fantasizing .

VISTAS
(28 SEPT.- 17
OCT)
(20 PERIODS)
NOVEL
(26 OCT.-12
DEC.)
(30 PERIODS)

EVANS TRIES AN O LEVEL : Between


crime and punishment it is mainly a battle of wits
.

Express your feelings about Evans having the


last laugh .

CHAPTER 1 to 28

Analytical studies of characters . Sub themes


of the story .

FIRST TERM- 23 MARCH to14 AUGUST


SECOND TERM -7 SEPT. to 12 DECEMBER.

Symbolisms used in the poem .

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG


CLASS XII (A/B) syllabus - 2015-2016

FIRST SEMESTER
Learning Objectives
Themes
Coulombs law Electric field, , electric field lines, electric
dipole, electric field due to a dipole, torque on a dipole in
uniform electric field. Electric flux, statement of Gausss
theorem and its applications to find field due to infinitely long
straight wire, uniformly charged infinite plane sheet and
uniformly charged thin spherical shell Electric potential,
Electrostatics(8
potential difference, electric potential due to a point charge, a
marks)
dipole and equipotential surfaces, electrical potential energy
March 23 to
of a system of two point charges and of electric dipole in an
april 30 .
electrostatic field. Conductors and insulators, free charges and
Periods 25
bound charges inside a conductor. Dielectrics and electric
PKS
polarisation, capacitors and capacitance, combination of
capacitors in series and in ; Parallel, capacitance of a parallel
plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium between
the plates, energy stored in a capacitor. Van de Graff
generator.

Current
Electricity(
marks 7)
MAY 1 to may
16
Periods 20
PKS

Optics

june 22 to nov
30
(14 marks)
Periods 30
pks

Current, drift velocity, mobility, Ohms law, electrical energy


and power, resistivity and conductivity. colour code for
carbon resistors; series and parallel combinations of resistors;
temperature dependence of resistance. Internal resistance of a
cell, PD and EMF of a cell, combination of cells in series and
in parallel. Kirchhoffs laws and simple applications.
Wheatstone bridge, metre bridge. Potentiometer - principle
and its applications to measure potential difference and for
comparing emf of two cells; measurement of internal
resistance of a cell.

Reflection of light. Refraction of light, total internal reflection


and its applications, optical fibres, refraction at spherical
surfaces, lenses, thin lens formula, lens- makers formula.
Magnification, power of a lens, combination of thin lenses in
contact combination of a lens and a mirror. Refraction and
dispersion of light through a prism.
Scattering of light. Optical instruments : Human eye, image
formation and accommodation correction of eye defects
(myopia, hypermetropia) using lenses. Microscopes and
astronomical telescopes (reflecting and refracting) and their
magnifying powers.
Wave optics: Wave front and Huygen's principle, reflection
and refraction of plane wave at a Plane surface using wave
fronts. Proof of laws of reflection and refraction using
Huygens principle. Interference Young's double slit
experiment and expression for fringe width, coherent sources
and sustained interference of light. Diffraction due to a single
slit, width of central maximum.
Resolving power of microscopes and astronomical telescopes.
Polarisation, plane polarised light Brewster's law, uses of
plane polarised light and Polaroids.

Assessment tools & details

INTERNAL ASSESMENT : 10 OBJECTIVE QUESTION AT THE END OF CHAPTER


N.C.E.R.T question & problem sheet, HCV PROBLEMS

Class test 1 (date 4 may to 8 may)


Topic- ELECTROSTATIC.
10 objective questions will be asked from the above topic
N.C.E.R.T question & problem sheet HCV PROBLEMS

Class test 2(june 23 to june 30) curre N.C.E.R.T question & problem sheet
nt electricity, magnectic effect of current.

10 objective questions
PROBLEM SHEET

Electronic
Devices(7marks
)
June 22 to july
16
Periods 25
PKS

Magnetism
(marks 8)
July 17 to august
14
Periods 25
PKS

Dual Nature(4
marks)
August 27 to
august 31
Periods 8
pks

EMI and AC(8


marks) sept 1to
sept 26
Periods 15
PKS
EMW sept 28 to
30 sept Periods 5
PKS

Atoms And
Nuclei(6 marks)
oct 1 to oct 17
Periods 15
pks

Energy bands inconductors, insulator and


semiconductors;semiconductor diode I-V characteristics in
forward and reverse bias, diode as a rectifier; I-V
characteristics of LED, photodiode, solar cell, and Zener
diode; Zener diode as a voltage regulator.
BJT , action, characteristics, transistor as an amplifier (CE
configuration) and oscillator. Logic gates (OR, AND, NOT,
NAND and NOR). Transistor as a switch.

Oersteds experiment. Biot - Savart law and its application


to current carrying circular loop. Amperes law and its
applications to infinitely long straight wire ,solenoids,
Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic and electric
fields. Cyclotron. Force on a current-carrying conductor in
a uniform magnetic field. Force between two parallel
current-carrying conductors-. Torque experienced by a
current loop in uniform magnetic field; MCG-its current
sensitivity and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter.
Current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole
moment. Magnetic dipole moment of a revolving electron.
Magnetic field intensity due to a magnetic dipole (bar
magnet) along its axis and perpendicular to its axis.
Torque on a magnetic dipole (bar magnet) in a uniform
magnetic field; bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid,
magnetic field lines; Earths magnetic field and magnetic
elements.
Para-, dia- and ferro - magnetic substances. Electromagnets
and factors affecting their strengths. Permanent magnets
Dual nature of radiation. Photoelectric effect, Hertz and
Lenards observations; Einsteins photoelectric equationparticle nature of light. Matter waves-wave nature of
particles, de Broglie relation. Davisson-Germer experiment

INTERNAL CLASS TEST ON AMPLIFIER & LOGIC GATES AT THE END OF CHAPTER

N.C.E.R.T question & problem sheet HCV PROBLEMS

At the end of the chapter there will be classroom test on unseen questions ,
3 questions will be asked.

CLASS TEST 3( MAGNETISM, WAVE OPTICS)

FIRST SEMESTER EXAM (17-25)

CLASS ROOM DISCUSSION

Electromagnetic induction; Faradays laws, induced emf


and current; Lenzs Law, Eddy currents. Self and mutual
induction. Alternating currents, peak and rms value of
alternating current/voltage; reactance and impedance; LC
oscillations (qualitative treatment only), LCR series circuit,
resonance; power in AC circuits, wattles current.
AC generator and transformer.

Classroom test based on MCQ questions, 15 questions will be asked.

Need for displacement current, EMW and their


characteristics (Transverse nature of electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic spectrum (radio waves, microwaves,
infrared, visible, ultraviolet, X-rays, gamma rays) including
elementary facts about their uses.

Some applicaion based questions will be asked on emi.

Alpha-particle scattering experiment; Rutherfords model of


atom; Bohr model, energy levels, hydrogen spectrum.
Composition and size of nucleus,. Radioactivity- alpha,
beta and gamma particles/rays and their properties;
radioactive decay law. Mass-energy relation, mass
defect; binding energy per nucleon and its variation with
mass number; nuclear fission, nuclear fusion

Class room subjective test for internal assessment

Communication(5
marks)
Oct 26 to oct 31
Periods 10
pks

Elements of a communication system (block diagram only);


bandwidth of signals (speech, TV and digital data);
bandwidth of transmission medium. Propagation of EMWin
the atmosphere, sky and space wave propagation. Need
for modulation. Production and detection of an AM wave.

Class room discussions on communication


Elements
PROBLEM SHEET

PORTION FOR FIRST SEMESTER EXAM: 1) ELECTROSTATICS, 2) CURRENT ELECTRICITY, 3) MAGNETISM, 4) ELECTRONIC
DEVICES, 5) WAVE OPTICS
PORTION FOR SECOND SEMESTER EXAM : ENTIRE COURSE

Assessments
Class test 1
Class test 2
Class test 3
First Semester exam
PRE BOARD exam
CBSE project

Date
May 4 - 8
June 23- 26
July 20- 24
AUG 17- 25
DEC-22
Oct 27-31

Topics
ELECTROSTATIC
CURRENT ELECTRICITY, MAGNECTIC EFFECT OF CURRENT.
MAGNETISM, WAVE OPTICS
Electrostatics, current electricity ,WAVE optics , electronic devices, MAGNETISM .
Entire syllabus will be asked.
Will be given in September.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS
1. Keep a separate copy for physics for each part and bring them everyday without fail.
2. It will be very helpful if you bring the text book everyday for the class.
3. Prepare for each class, pay attention to what is taught and practice and revise as much as possible to gain confidence in physics
4. Physics Part I - Textbook for Class XI, NCERT Publication
5. Physics Part II - Textbook for Class XI, NCERT Publication
SIDE BOOKS (concepts of physics by H C Verma)
Objectives of the whole syllabus
To help the students:
to acquire knowledge and critical understanding, particularly by way of motivation and visualization, of basic concepts, terms, principles, symbols and
mastery of underlying processes and skills.
to feel the flow of reasons while proving a result or solving a problem.
to apply the knowledge and skills acquired to solve problems and with sound understanding of the concept behind it.
to develop a positive attitude to think, analyze and articulate logically.
to develop interest in the subject by participating in related competitions.
to acquaint students with different aspects of Physics used in daily life.
to develop an interest in students to study Physics as a discipline

ST XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAGH


CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS 2015-16
FOR CLASS XII
Themes

Learning objective

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
[DATE OF ASSESSMENT AND
DETAILS]
DETAILS]

1. The solid state


23/03/2015 to
16/04/2015

Classification of solids based on different binding


forces,amorphous and crystalline solids (elementary idea).
Unit cell in two dimensional and three
dimensional lattices, calculation of density of unit cell,
packing in solids, packing efficiency, voids,
, point defects,
Band theory of metals, conductors,.

2. Solutions
23/03/2015 to
06/05/2015

Types of solutions,
colligative properties - relative lowering of vapour
pressure, Raoult's
law, elevation of boiling point, depression of freezing
point, osmotic pressure, determination of
molecular masses using colligative properties
Redox reactions, specific and molar conductivity,
Kohlrausch's Law, electrolysis and law of electrolysis
, Nernst equation and its application to chemical cells,
corrosion.

Assessment 1: Marks10
Due date May 6th
Class test
INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY
[ UNIT 1 & 2]
Rubrics:
Number will be awarded for each correct
answers
Numerical based on solution will be practised
in class

3.

Electrochemistr
y
17/04/2015 to
16/05/2015
Chemical
kinetics
06/05/2015 to
26/06/2015

Solve N.C.E.R.T questions and HOT questions

4.

Rate of a reaction
, rate law and specific rate constant,
integrated rate equations and half life (only for zero and
first order reactions), concept of collision
theory Arrhenius equation.

5.

Adsorption - physisorption and chemisorption,


between true solutions, colloids and suspension; lyophilic
, lyophobic multimolecular
and macromolecular colloids; properties of colloids;
emulsion

6.

Principles and methods of extraction Occurrence and principles of extraction of aluminium,


copper, zinc and iron.

7.

General introduction, electronic configuration,


occurrence, oxidation
states, trends in physical and chemical properties of group
15, 16,17 and 18

Prepare chart for different properties of p


block elements

8.

Haloalkanes: Nomenclature, physical and chemical


properties, mechanism
of substitution reactions Haloarenes, Substition reactions
of benzene ring

Practice of mechanism and conversion of halo


compounds

Surface
chemistry
27/06/2015 to
17/07/2015

General
principles and
processes of
isolation of
elements
22/06/2015 to
17/07/2015
The p block
elements
18/07/2015 to
31/08/2015
Halo alkanes
and Halo arenes
07/09/2015 to
30/09/2015

Assessment 2
th
due date June 25
CLASS TEST
INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY
[ UNIT 3 & 4]
Rubrics:
Number will be awarded for each correct
answers
Assessment 3 classtest
nd
Due date -22 July
CLASS TEST
INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY
[ UNIT 5 & 6]
Rubrics:
Number will be awarded for each correct
answers
Prepare nut shell for extraction of different
elements

First semester
17/08/2015 to 25/08/2015
Unit 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and 12 [chapter can be changed on the basis of date of completion of portion ]
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ST XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAGH


CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS 2015-16
FOR CLASS XII
9.

Alcohols,
Phenols &Ethers
20/09/2015 to
17/10/2015

Nomenclature, methods of preparation, physical and


chemical properties
, mechanism of dehydration,
Phenols: Nomenclature, methods of preparation, physical
and chemical properties, acidic nature
of phenol.

Practice the mechanism of different reaction of


alcohols and phenols

10. Organic
chemistry based
on functional
groupaldehydes
ketonesand
carboxylic acids
01/10/2015 to
31/10/2015
11. Organic
compounds
containing
nitrogenamines,
diazonium salts
,cyanides and
isocyanides
26/10/2015 to
21/11/2015
12. The d and f
block elements
21/07/2015 to
17/08/2015
13. Coordination
compounds
31/08/2015 to
21/09/2015

Nomenclature, nature of carbonyl group, methods of


preparation,

Practice the mechanism of different reaction of


aldehydes and ketones

14. Biomolecules
02/11/2015 to
30/11/2015
15. Polymers
22/11/2015 to
12/12/2015
16. Chemistry in
everyday life
01/12/2015 to
11/12/2015

physical and chemical properties, mechanism


of nucleophilic addition.

Nomenclature, classification, structure, methods of


preparation
Cyanides and Isocyanides - Diazonium salts: Preparation,
chemical reactions and importance in synthetic organic
chemistry.

Prepare nut shell on chemical properties of


diazonium salts

General introduction, electronic configuration, occurrence


and characteristics of transition metal ( lanthanides and
actinides).

Illustrate the properties of d and f block


elements

Introduction, ligands,
nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds.
Bonding,
Werner's theory, VBT, and CFT;

Draw structure of different coordination


compounds .

Carbohydrates Proteins vitamins and amino acidis

Draw structure of different carbohydrates

Classification of polymers
Biodegradable and non-biodegradable polymers.

Collect data of different types of polymers


used in day to day life .

Chemicals in medicines,
Chemicals in food - preservation
Cleansing agents.

Gain the knowledge of different chemicals


used in everyday life

Unit 1-16 for pre board exam

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ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


Syllabus for
UNITS
I

II

III
IV

VI

VII

VIII

IX

XI
XII

XIII

MATHEMATICS

for

CONTENTS OF CHAPTERS/TOPICS TO BE COVERED


MATRICES (introduction to matrix, type of matrices, operation
in matrices, transpose of matrix, symmetric and skew symmetric
matrices, elementary operation of matrix, invertible matrices)
DETERMINANTS ( introduction, determinant, properties of
determinants, area of triangle, minors and cofactors, adjoint and
inverse of matrix, application of determinants and matrices)
INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC- FUNTION (introduction , basic
concepts, properties of inverse trigonometric function)
CONTINUITY AND DIFFRENTIABILITY (introduction,
continuity , diffrentiability, exponential and logarithmic funtions,
lograthemic diffrentiation, derivatives of funtion in parametric forms,
second order derivatives, mean value theorem)
APPLICATION OF DERIVATIVES (rate of change of quantites,
increasing and decreaning functions, tangent and normals,
approximations, maxima and minima)
INTEGRALS (integration as inverse procees of differentiation ,
,method of integration, integrals of some particular function,
integration by partial fraction, integration by parts, definite integrals,
fundamental theorem of calculus, evaluation of definite integrals by
substitution, some properties of definite integrals)
APPLICATION OF INTEGRALS (introduction, area under simple
curve, area between two curves)
DIFFRENTIAL EQUATION ( introduction, basic concept, general
and particular solution of differential equation, formation of
differential equation whose general solution is given, method of
solving first order ,first degree differential equation)
VECTOR ALGEBRA (some basic concepts, types of vectors,
addtion of vectors, multiplication of a vector by a scalar, product of
two vectors, scalar triple product)
THREE- DIMENTIONAL GEOMETRY (direction cosines and
direction ratios of a line, equation of a line in space, angle between
two lines, shortest distance between two lines, plane, coplanarity of
two lines, angle between two planes, distance ofa point from a plane,
angle between a line and a plane)
LINEAR PROGRAMMING ( linear programming problems and its
mathematical formulation, different types of l.p.p)
PROBABLITY ( conditional probablity, multiplication theorem of
probablity, independent events, Bayes theorem, random variables and
its probablity distributions, binomial distribution)
RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS (types of relations, types of
functions, composition of functions and invertible function, binary
operation)

Class- XII
MONTHS/DATES
23 Mar -15 APRIL
16th-25th APRIL

27thAPRIL-2nd May
4th May -16thMAY
Assessment-1( 8th May) Class test on
Matrices and Determinants
22nd June11th JULY
Assessment -II(26th June) class test on
Continuity and Differentiability and its
applications
13th-27th JULY
Assessment III (24th July ) Class Test
on Inverse Trigonometrical Functions
and Application of Derivatives
28th July - 6th Aug

7th -14th AUG

26th AUG-12th Sep

14th SEP-30th Sep

1 Oct-17 OCT
26 Oct-30th NOV

1st Dec-12th-DEC

UNITS

SYLLABUS OF BIOLOGY STD 12 1st Semester(March August 2015)


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1.Reproduction
23rd March to 18th
April 2015Reproduction
in organisms: Sexual
reproduction in flowering
plant:

20thApril to16th
May 2015
Human Reproduction

Reproduction, a characteristic feature of all organisms for


continuation of species; Modes of reproduction-Asexual and sexual
Flower structure; Development of male and female gametophytes;
Pollination-types, agencies and examples; Outbreedings devices;
Pollen-Pistil interaction; Double fertilization; Post fertilization
events-Development of endosperm and embryo, Development of
seed and formation of fruit; Special modes-apomixis, parthenocarpy,
polyembryony; Significance of seed and fruit formation.
Male and female reproductive systems; Microscopic anatomy of
testis and ovary; Gametogenesis-spermatogenesis & oogenesis;
Menstrual cycle; Fertilisation embryo development upto blastocyst
formation, implantation; Pregnancy and placenta formation

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
Assessment I
Class Test:
Objective type
On 7th May 2015
(Reproduction

in organisms
& Sexual
reproduction
in flowering
plant)
Assessment II
Group
Discussion& Class
th
Test (25
June2015)
What do you
think is the
significance of
reproductive
health in a
society?
Do you think that
reproductive
health in our
country has
improved in the
past 50 years? If
yes, mention
some such areas
of improvement.

22nd June to 30th June


2015
Reproductive health

Need for reproductive health and prevention of (STD); Birth control


Need and Methods, Contraception and Medical Termination of
Pregnancy (MTP); Amniocentesis; Infertility and assisted
reproductive technologies IVF, ZIFT, GIFT (Elementary idea for
general awareness).

II Genetics and
Evolution: Heredity and
variation:
1st to 17th July2015

Mendelian Inheritance; Deviations from Mendelism-Incomplete


dominance, Co-dominance, Multiple alleles and Inheritance of blood
groups, Pleiotropy; Elementary idea of polygenic inheritance;
Chromosome theory of inheritance; Chromosomes and genes; Sex
determination - in humans, birds, honey bee; Linkage and crossing
over; Sex linked inheritance - Haemophilia, Colour blindness;
Mendelian disorder in humans - Thalassemia; chromosomal
disorders in humans; Down's syndrome, Turner's and Klinefelter's
TEST: Unit VI
syndromes.

Molecular Basis of
Inheritance:
21st July to 30thJuly .
2015

Evolution:
3rd to13th Aug. 2015

Search for genetic material and DNA as genetic material; Structure


of DNA and RNA; DNA packaging; DNA replication; Central
dogma; Transcription, genetic code, translation; Gene expression
and regulation - Lac Operon; Genome and human ganeome project;
DNA finger printing.
Origin of life; Biological evolution and evidences; Darwin's
contribution, Modern Synthetic theory of Evolution; Mechanism of
evolution Variation and Natural Selection with examples, types of
natural selection; Gene flow and genetic drift; Hardy - Weinberg's
principle; Adaptive Radiation; Human evolution.

Assessment III
Class Test:
Objective type on

Heredity and
variation:
20th July 2015
Individual work:
List 10 modernday animals and
using the internet
resources link it
to a
corresponding
ancient
fossil.Name both.

III Biology and Human


Welfare:26thAugto 18th

2nd Semester (August 2015 December 2015)

Sep. 2015

Health and Disease:

Improvement in food
production :

Microbes in human
welfare:
21stSep. to 30th Sep.2015

Pathogens; parasites causing human diseases (Malaria, Filariasis,


Ascariasis, Typhoid, Pneumonia, common cold, amoebiasis, ring
worm); Basic concepts of immunology - vaccines; Cancer, HIV and
AIDs; Adolescene, drug and alcholol abuse.

Plant breeding, tissue culture, single cell protein, Biofortification,


Apiculature and Animal husbandry
In household food processing, industrial production, sewage
treatment, energy generation and as biocontrol agents and
biofertilizers.

IV. Biotechnology and


Its Applications

Individual work

1st Oct to 31st Oct.


2015

Principles and process of


Biotechnology:
Application of
Biotechnology in health
and agriculture:
V. Ecology and
Environment
3rd Nov to 12th Dec
2015Organisms and

environment:
Ecosystems:

Principles of Biotechnology, Tools of Recombinant DNATechnology,


Processes of RecombinantDNA TechnologyGenetic engineering

(Recombinant DNA technology).


Human insulin and vaccine production, gene therapy; Genetically
modified organisms-Bt crops; Transgenic Animals; Biosafety
issues- Biopiracy and patents

Habitat and niche, Population and ecological adaptations;


Population interactions-mutualism, competition, predation,
parasitism; Population attributes growth, birth rate and death rate,
age distribution.
Patterns, components; productivity and decomposition; Energy
flow; Pyramids of number, biomass, energy; Nutrient cycling
(carbon and phosphorous); Ecological succession; Ecological
Services-Carbon fixation, pollination, oxygen release.

Biodiversity and its


conservation:

Survey Report
What are the
various public
health measures,
which you would
suggest as
safeguard against
infectious
diseases?
In your view what
motivates
youngsters to take
to alcohol or
drugs and how
can this be
avoided?

Concept of Biodiversity; Patterns of Biodiversity; Importance of


Biodiversity; Loss of Biodiversity; Biodiversity conservation;
Hotspots, endangered organisms, extinction, Red Data Book,
biosphere reserves, National parks and sanctuaries.

Environmental issues
Air pollution and its control; Water pollution and its control;
Agrochemicals and their effects; Solid waste management;
Radioactive waste management; Greenhouse effect and global
warning; Ozone depletion; Deforestation; Any three case studies as
success stories addressing environmental issues.

Assignments
of
Investigatory
Projects
Exploration:
Consult internet
and find out how
to make orally
active protein
pharmaceutical.
What is the major
problem to be
encountered?

Reflection:
Do you believe
that an ideal
parasite should
be able to thrive
within the host
without harming
it? Then why
didnt
natural selection
lead to the
evolution of such
totally harmless
parasites?

Can you think of


a situation where
we deliberately
want to make a
species extinct?
How would you
justify it?

ACCOUNTANCY SYLLABUS FOR CLASS 12TH


SESSION -2015- 2016
UNITS

TOPIC TO BE
COVERED

Learning objective

5
Company
Accounts-Issue
of share

Issue of
Debentures

Balance Sheet
and Analysis of
Financial
statement
Ratio Analysis

To know about the different types of


companies and Accounting treatment
of different aspects of issue, forfeit and
reissue of shares.
Disclosure of Share Capital in the
Companys Balance Sheet.
To know about the meaning and types
of debentures and Accounting
procedure regarding issue of
Debenture in different conditions.

To know about disclosure of different


items in a Companys Balance Sheet as
per Schedule VI,
Advantages and disadvantages of
Financial Statement. Tools in the
analysis of Financial Statement.
Meaning and different types of Ratios.
Calculation of different types of ratios.

MONTHS/
DATES
23rd march30th april

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
, Questions from
exercise and
chapter end,
Some extra
questions based
on the topic

class test
1st may -16th
may

Assessment1
4th may 8th
may Questions
from exercise and
chapter end,
Some extra
questions based
on the topic

22nd june -21st


july

Assessment2
23rd june 26th
june Questions
from exercise and
chapter end,
Some extra
questions based
on the topic

1st Midterm: Issue of Shares and Debentures

Cash Flow
Statement

Accounting for
Partnership
(basic concept)

To know about meaning of Cash Flow


statement and methods of calculating
Cash Flow statement from different
information.

To know about the meaning of


Partnership and different Accounting
aspect related to Partnership.

22nd july 7th


august

Assessment3
20th july 24th
july Questions
from exercise and
chapter end, Some
extra questions
based on the topic

Discussion of
the same in the
class, revision

1st Semester (units): 5, 6, 7 and 8.

1st Semester

ACCOUNTANCY SYLLABUS FOR CLASS 12TH


SESSION -2015- 2016 2nd Semester
UNITS

TOPIC TO BE
COVERED

Learning Objective

MONTHS/
DATES

Reconstruction
of Partnership
Firm
(Admission)

To know about the legal and accounting


aspect in respect of admission of a
partner.

30th Sep - 30th


Oct.

Retirement and
Death

Dissolution

To know about the legal and accounting


aspect in respect of Retirement and
Death of a partner.

To know about the legal and accounting


aspect in respect of admission of a
partner.

Pre board (Units): Whole Syllabus

6th Oct. - 21st


Oct.

22nd Nov.
11th Dec

ASSESSMENT
Questions from
exercise and
chapter end,
Some extra
questions based
on the topic

Questions from
exercise and
chapter end,
Some extra
questions based
on the topic

BUSINESS STUDIES SYLLABUS CLASS XII


2015-16

UNITS

TOPIC TO

FirstSemester BE COVERED
12

Consumer
Protection

Financial
management
(Business
Finance)

10

Financial
Market

Management
and Business
Environment

11

Marketing

Nature and
significance of
Management

Principles of
management

LEARNING
OBJECTIVES

MONTHS/ DATES/PERIODS

Meaning of consumer,
their responsibilities
and rights.

23rd March1thApril (8)

Meaning of business
finance, different
decisions to be taken
by a financial
manager. Different
sources of business
finance and dividend
decision.

Meaning, different
types, way of issue of
shares in the market,
SEBI and its
objectives,
Meaning and types of
business environment,
Importance of
knowledge of BE. New
economic policies and
its effect of its in the
business.
Meaning of
marketing,marketing
philosophies, 4Ps of
marketing, public
relation and personal
selling.
Meaning, features,
importance and levels
of management.
Coordination: its
feature and
importance.

Meaning and features


of Principles of
management. Taylors
and Fayols Principles.
First Term (Units): 12, 9, 10, 3, 11, 1 &2
August 17th -25th, Theory Exams
August 26th September 4th, Practical Exam

7thApril -25thApril
(16)

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
Group
Discussion

Revision of the
key terms,
given at the end
of the chapter

27thApril 11th
May (16)

Assessment-1,
Class Test,
Chapter- 9, due
date (4th May8th May)

12 May 16thMay
(5)

Revision in
form of asking
questions

22ndJune 14th
July (20)

Assessment-2,
Individual
Project, due
date ( 23rd June26th June)

15thJuly 27th
July (9)

Assessment3,Class test,
Chapter-3, due
date (20th July24th July)

28th July 13th


August (14)

Students will
conduct quiz, of
taught chapters

Second Semester
4

Planning

Organizing

Meaning, features,
importance and
limitations of Planning.
Different types of
plans.
Meaning, features and
different types of
Organisation and its
applicability

7th Sept. 12th


Sept. (6)

14th Sept. 9th


Oct. (6)

Revision

12th Oct. 30th


Oct. (12)

Quiz, conducted
by the students
themselves

Staffing

Meaning and features


of staffing, different
sources of staffing and
different methods of
training

Directing

Meaning, importance
and different aspects
of directing.
Supervision,
Motivation, leadership
and Incentives.

2ndNov. 30th
Nov. (13)

Meaning, Importance
and steps in the
process of Controlling.

1st Dec. 9th Dec.


(7)

Controlling

Checking of the
notes, if any

Revision of the
keys terms

Individual
Presentation of
the topics

Pre board (Units): Whole Syllabus

Pre-Board Exam Begins on 22nd December

Course Description:
Part A:Is a study how to manage a Business firm so that it can achieve its goal efficiently
and effectively, and to know the process of management. To know about the business
environment, and how to bend the business according to the requirement of the
environment and vice versa.
Part B: Is a study of arranging business fund and proper utilization of it. To marketing the
product so that it can reach to the maximum number of customer so that they can fulfill
their need according to their demand, and how consumer can protect their interest from
some dishonest business with the help of Consumer Protection Act.

CourseMaterial:
NCERT: Part A and Part B (For all chapters)
Previous years question papers.
Note:Late submission and absence from the exam will not be considered, later

SYLLABUS
Economics
(20I5-2016)
CLASS12TH
Course description The course on Introductory Economics is divided into two parts.
Part A, microeconomics, consists of 4 units wherein we introduce the study of
behavior of small units and their interactions and the subjects which fall in
their purview. Part B consists of 5 units, which deals in macroeconomics. Here
we clearly bring out the revolution in economic theory brought out by J .M
Keynes. The causes of the problems facing Indian economy have been analysed
in theoretical framework.
Course material :
1. Introductory Micro Economics H.L AHUJA
2. Introductory Macro Economics H.LAHUJA
3. Micro and Macro Economics JAIN AND OHIRI
Class Expectation

The class will be divided into five groups for group activities , discussion and quiz .
Late comers wont be allowed inside the class.
The students will keep a regular note book and a thin copy for test and probable questions
from each unit.
Assignments must be submitted as per schedule. Late submission will cause deduction of
one mark for each day up to a maximum relaxation of three days.
Grading policy and evaluation rubrics of assignment will be communicated at the time of
giving the assignments.

Tentative Course schedule

Topcs/periods/marks
PART A MICRO
Economy and its Central
Problem
INTRODUCTION
23- -31th March
No. of periods-7
Marks Allotted- 6

OBJECTIVE
To introduce to the students the use of
Economics and create ease in utilizing
this skill for understanding the working of
an economy.

ASSESSSMENT TOOL
Students response, oral questions, MCQs,
Question Answers both HOTS and Value
based
Will massive unemployment shift PPC to
the left?
Do you think a day will come when our
central problem will be solved once for
all?

Page 1 of 3

Consumers Equilibrium
and Demand
.
1st - 30th April
No. Of periods-22
Marks allotted-16

This unit will help to establish the


importance of the consumer as the main
decision maker of consumption pattern
The principles he follows to attain the
highest satisfaction level.
Here we will discuss the demand aspect
of the economy, which is related to the
consumer.

Students response and


General discussion,
Numerical problem based on elasticity of
demand and consumers equilibrium

Producer Behavior And


Supply
1stMay25h June
No. of period -19
Marks allotted 16

This unit aims to generate among the


students an insight regarding the
importance of producer in functioning of
an economy. Here the supply aspect will
be discussed, as it is related with the
producers.

Written assignment based on the Law Of


Variable Proportion
Filling in the blanks in Cost ,Production
and revenue schedule
Assignment-1.
Class test
6thMay
Portion: Consumers Equilibrium ,theory
of Demand , Micro economics an
introduction and Law of variable
proportion
Nature of test objective and MCQ

Market is like nervous system of an


economy. Producers and consumers carry
out their transaction of sale and purchase
through the medium of market. We will
put the two components together in this
unit under different market forms

Graph making test on 15th Aug


Filling of schedules,
Numerical tests,
Question & Answer
Assignment 2 class test
June 25th
Portion.-Numerical and Graph making
test from Ch2 and 3

This unit is concerned with the study of


national income accounting and related
concept. It explains the production
process and generation of income

Question answers ,
Formulae test on blackboard,
Numerical assignments
Assignment 3
Class tests 23rdJuly.
Portion Unit 3 &4 of Microeconomics
Objective Test

Forms of market and price


determination
.
25 June-15thJuly
No. of periods 17
Marks allotted- 12

PART B
MACRO ECONOMICS

16thJuly--19thAugust.
No. of periods-30
Marks allotted- 15
Half Yearly Examination

PortionMicro economics &National


income

Money & Banking


7thSept-23rdSept
No. of period-15
Marks allotted-8

Determination of Income
and Employment
24thSept-31st Oct
No. of periods;26
Marks allotted-12

This unit is devoted to the study of money


and banking with special stress on the role
of the central bank in regulating and
controlling bank credit and supply of
money in the economy.

Class response on the working of banks


Written Assignment on credit creation by
the commercial banks.
Measures Of Credit Control by the
Central Bank

This unit is concerned with the concept of


Short run equilibrium output
,consumption and saving function,
investment multiplier mechanism, excess
and deficient demand and deflationary
and deflationary pressure

Question answer
Formulae and diagram making test on the
black board
Numerical assignment
Monetary and fiscal policies to correct
excess and deficient demand

Page 2 of 3

Government budget
)
2 Nov- 21 Nov
No. of periods: 12
Marks -8

This unit is devoted to the budget making


procedure of the govt. It lays stress on
functional nature of the govt. budget for
achieving higher rate of economic growth,
price stability

General discussion on working of Govt.


Class tests on Unit =7
Tabular classification of receipt and
expenditure.

Balance of payment
24thNov- 3rd Dec
No. of periods 10
Marks-7th

This unit will provide an insight into


balance of payment position of a country.
What causes disequilibrium in BOP, how
can it be corrected are important issues
discussed here.

General discussion on current scenario,


oral test on 1st Dec,
MCQs
Written assignment

s
Revision
8th -18th Dec.

4 tests
(2 from Micro And Two from Macro)
Dividing the whole syllabus in 4 parts

Page 3 of 3

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


"A machinery will help you obtain the certificate but deny you of the most important thing in education,
knowledge"

(VIKASH KUMAR GUPTA)


INFORMATICS PRACTICES (CODE-065) for

Class-XII

Syllabus
FIRST SEMESTER
UNITS
IX.
23rd March15th MAY
X.

THEMES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
NETWORKING

COMPUTER
NETWORKING
NETWORK SECURITY

XI.

OPEN SOURCE
CONCEPTS

XII.

REVIEW OF CLASS XI

XIII.
22nd JUNE18th SEP

REVIEW OF RDBMS
FROM CLASS XI

DENIAL OF SERVICE, INTRUSION


PROBLEMS, SNOOPING;
OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (OSI
NORMS)
JAVA PROGRAMMING SWING1 AND
SWING2 &SWING 3
MYSQL DDL COMMANDS

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
Assignment1(MCQ/SUBJECTIVE)
2 To 3 Programs Bases
On Java Of Class Xi
Revision Based.
May 4th To 8th

Assignment-2
Practical Exam
(Consist Of Java+Mysql)
June 23rd -30th
Assignment-3
Class Test
July 21st 25th
Practical Exam
(Consist Of Java+Mysql)
Sep 1st -10th
First Semester Exam

UNITS
XIV.
1st OCT30th OCT
XV.
2nd NOV24th NOV

XVI.
26th NOV11th DEC

THEMES

SECOND SEMESTER
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

REVIEW OF RDBMS
FROM CLASS XI
PROGRAMMING
FUNDAMENTALS

IT APPLICATIONS

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS

DATABASE FUNDAMENTALS

ACCESS SPECIFIER FOR CLASSES,


MEMBERS
AND
METHODS,
CONCEPT
OF
PACKAGE;
INHERITANCE, WEB APPLICATION
BASIC
TAGS
HTML
INTRODUCTION TO XML.
REVISITING THE FEATURES OF EGOVERNANCE, E-BUSINESS AND ELEARNING,FRONT-END
INTERFACE - INTRODUCTION

Pre-Board Practical
Exam
(Consist Of Java+Mysql)
Dec 15th -17th

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Pre - Board Exam 22 December

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


Computer Science(code-083) for

Class-XII

SYLLABUS
Think you are the last person to solve the problem
UNITS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

REVIEW: C++
covered In Class -XI

C++ character set, C++ Tokens,


Structure of a C++ Program, main
function, header files. Cascading of
I/O operators, Use of editor,
execution. Data Types, Variables and
Constants.
Conditional statements, use of
conditional operator, switch, Loops,
Inbuilt Functions Header file.
Introduction to user-defined function
and its requirements. Defining a
function
Arrays, One Dimensional Array,
Inputting array elements, Accessing
array elements, Manipulation of
Array elements
Declaration/Initialization of a String,
string manipulations
Two-dimensional Array
Manipulation of Array elements
Defining a Structure, Declaring
structure variables, Accessing
structure elements, Array of
structures

23rd March to 18th


April

Flow of control:
20th April to 2nd May

Structured Data
Type:
9th May to 17th May

User-defined Data
Types:
Introduction to
user defined data
types.
Structure

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
ASSESSMENT-1
2 to 3 programs bases on
C++ (Selection
Statements); of class XI
revision based.
4th 8th May

26th June -3rd July


ASSESSMENT-2
Student will be given
Test based on Iteration
Statement
23rd -26th June

Object Oriented
Programming:
3rd July-20th August

Concept of Object Oriented


Programming, Advantages of Object
Oriented Programming,
Implementation of Object Oriented
Programming concepts in C++: class,

ASSESSMENT-3
Student will be given
Page 4 of 6

Members of a class - Data Members


and Member Functions, using scope
resolution operator (::); Objects,
function arguments - pass by
value and pass by reference;

UNIT 2: DATA
STRUCTURES
1st September - 20th
September

UNIT 3:
DATABASES
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM AND SQL
21st SEP-20th OCT

UNIT 4: BOOLEAN
ALGEBRA
21st OCT-10th NOV

Introduction to data structure,


primitive and non-primitive data
structure, linear and non-linear
structure,

Test based on Array. This


will be a open book type
test. They will come with
their book and questions
will be asked from the
book. they will answer
the questions referring
the book.
20th - 24th July
First Semester Exam.
PRACTICAL EXAM
(Consist of C++) Aug 26th
-4th Based on C++ and
OOPs Concept.

DATABASE FUNDAMENTALS
DATABASE TRANSACTION,
COMMITTING AND REVOKING A
TRANSACTION, GROUPING, COUNT ,
DISPLAYING DATA FROM MULTIPLE
TABLES, CONCEPT OF FOREIGN KEY;
PRIMARY KEY AND NOT NULL
CONSTRAINTS, VIEWING THE
COLUMNS ASSOCIATED WITH
CONSTRAINTS, ALTER, DROP, DELETE.

Role of Logical Operations in


Computing.
Binary-valued Quantities, Logical
Variable, Logical Constant and Logical
Operators, Truth Tables, Closure
Property, Commutative Law,
Associative Law, Identity law, Inverse
law, Principle of Duality, Idem potent
Law, Distributive Law, Absorption
Law, Involution law, DeMorgan's Law
and their applications, SOP and POS,
K-Map, Application of Computing
Logic: Building up logic circuits using
basic Logic Gates (NOT, AND, OR,
NAND, NOT)
Use of Boolean operators (NOT, AND,
OR).

Page 5 of 6

UNIT 5:
NETWORKING AND
OPEN SOURCE
SOFTWARE
18th NOV- 13th DEC

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
Evolution of Networking: ARPANET,
www, Internet, Interspace
Different ways of sending data, Data
Communication terminologies,
Channel, Data transfer rate,
Transmission media, satellite link

PRACTICAL EXAM

(Consist of C++ and + Sql)

Academic goal: Since maximum of the above-mentioned chapters have been already introduced to
the students in their previous classes, the goal of computer science at the level of Std IX is to correlate
their previous knowledge with new software called open office.org on the given topics and help the
students to apply the same in real life problems.
For late submission [ within a week of due date ] 2 marks will be deducted . After a week it
will be not accepted.
Due to practical, high order of discipline is essential in lab.
Main book: FOUNDATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY By Sumita Arora
of Std IX.
All must bring the textbook and copy to the class (Theory & Lab) every day.
Term I: Units I to V
Term II : Units VI to IX
Class Expectation:
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All are expected to be respectful and disciplined in the class.


All must come to the class well prepared ( Books, Copies, Stationeries, etc).
All must be punctual for the theory class, Lab and for the home work.
All must be attentive while class is on.
Students found to be disruptive during the class will be reported to the Vice
Principal for the further Disciplinary action.

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