INTERIOR & EXTERIOR DESIGN

a) To enable students to recognize the basic principles and methods of creating an attractive interiors b) To gain better understanding of the principles of Interior Design c) To learn to provide adequate facility for work relaxation, comfort privacy maintenance and aesthetics through interiors & exteriors. d) To study the materials and services involved along with fittings and fixtures to be used in interiors schemes e) To understand the requirement for the preparation of complete interior & exterior schemes f) To study the need influence & effect of interiors on Physiology & Psychology of a human being

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE Paper – I
CLASS XI AND XII Objective : Marks – 50 (1½ hours)

To provide experience of the structure and vocabulary of English to enable students to 1. Study other subjects in the curriculum 2. Develop communication skills for vocational purposes. There will be two papers as follows: Paper 1 (1½ hours) Question One Either (a) Candidate will be required to write a report in about three hundred words based on information provided. (b) Candidates will be required to write a passage of about three hundred words in the form of a description of events, or of a process, directions or instructions. [Both types – (a) and (b) – will be set} Candidates will be required to write a letter from a choice of two subjects. Suggestions will be given.The layout of the letter with address, introduction, conclusion, etc., will form part of the assessment. An unseen passage of prose of about three hundred words will be given. Questions based on the passage will be of the objective type and will include multiple-choice answers, which may be verbal or diagrammatic. All questions will have to be answered. Questions will test the candidate’s understanding of ideas expressed in the passage as well as the meaning of words and the function of structures. An unseen passage of about two hundred and fifty words will be given. A question or questions will be asked to test the candidate’s ability to extract information from a passage. Candidates will be directed to provide the required information in the form of enumerated notes, not in connected prose.

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English – Paper II
1½ Hr 50 Marks

OBJECTIVE:

To provide experience of a variety of English Prose, Poetry, Play, Addressing issues of human interest and concern.
Candidates are requested to answer five questions from the selected pieces. The question will be set to test the candidates ability to recall and respond to the information contained therein.

Question 1 will be compulsory, which will be set from the stories selected from Twelve Contemporary Short Stories. Another five questions will be set, one from each of the parts. i.e from twelve Contemporary Short Stories, Poems, Essays, Excerpts of plays and from Great Modern Lives. Candidates are to answer any four out of the five questions. Total five questions to be answered. Q1. Compulsory + Any four. I. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Twelve Contemporary Short Stories. (OUP) Ruskin Bond Roald Dahl Jug Suraiya R.K. Narayan Bernard Malamud Allen Seally : : : : : : The Eyes Have it. Parson’s Pleasure Badger Martyr’s Corner The First Seven Years. How Raj Kapoor Saved my Life.

II. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Poems Wystan Hugh Auden : The Unknown Citizen David Herbert Lawrence : The Best Of School Robert Frost : The Road Not Taken Edgar A Guest : It couldn’t be done. (The Art of Dynamic Thinking – Melvin Powers. Better Yourself Books)

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Essays 1. J.B. Priestley 2. E.R. Braithwaite : : Too many people Job Hunting

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Excerpts from plays (Shakespeare) 1. Merchant of Venice Prince of Arragon’s Speech : “………… Who chooseth me shall get as much as he deserves” 2. Julius Caesar: Mark Anthony’s Speech : “Friends, Romans, Countrymen…………”

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100 Great Modern Lives – Ed. John Canning (Rupa & Co.) 1. Douglas Collier : Jamshedji Tata 2. Andrew Ewart : Henry Ford.

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GENERAL FOUNDATION AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY ENTERPRENEURSHIP Class XI (1st. Year) Theory 3hrs. 50 Marks Total 40 Hrs.

Paper I – Sociology 1. Constitution of India 2. Industrialization through five years plans. 3. Industrial safety, First Aid and Hygiene & Safety Management. 4. Population Education 5. Unemployment and Automation 6. Qualities of an Ideal Supervisor 7. Environmental Education 8. Rural Development Paper II – Environmental Education & Rural Development. 3 Hrs. 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2. 3. 4. 2 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 1 Hrs 2 Hrs 2 Hrs 50 marks

Environmental Resources, Human Resources and Natural Resources2 Hrs. Population its impact. 1 Hr. Impact of industrialization on environment. 1 Hr. Effect of modern agriculture on environment. 2 Hr. Occupational Hazards. 2 Hr. Rural Development Globalization Concerns Today 5 Hrs 6 Hrs. 8 Hrs.

2nd. Year (XII) Paper I.

Paper I

50 marks

3 Hrs.

1. 1. Trade Union Act – 1926 2. Factories Act – 1948 3. Minimum Wages Act – 1946 4. Workmen’s Compensation Act – 1923. 5. Employees State Insurance Act – 1948. 6. Payment of wages Act – 1936. 7. Maternity Benefit Act – 1961. 8. Contract Labour Act – 1971. 9. Industrial Disputes Act – 1947. 10. Employees Provident Fund Act – 1952.

13 Hrs.

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Entrepreneurship Project Plan GENERAL FOUNDATION AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY ENTERPRENEURSHIP Class XI Theory 3 Hrs. 3. Importance of public sector. 1. 5 Hrs. Science & Technology 2 Hrs. 2. 5. 2. Building people 6. Entrepreneurship. Features Of The Constitution & Preamble. 6 Hrs. to 7th. 7 Hrs. indirect. 3. 1. 4. 5 Hrs. Project Planning and Project Report Making. 6 . INDUSTRIALISATION THROUGH FIVE YEAR PLANS 1. Marks – 50 Sociology – Paper – I 1. All about small business including Indian Contract Act – 1872. Estimating and Costing 4. 2. Five year plan.2. IX five year plan (A critical appraisal) 3. Discuss – critically the industrial achievement during the plan period 1st. Fundamental rights Fundamental duties Directive principles of state policy Differences between fundamental Rights and Directive principles – citizen’s role in nation building 5. The sale of Goods Act – 1930. CONSTITUTION OF INDIA. 4 Hrs. VIII five year plan 2. Paper II 50 Marks 3 Hrs. 4. Role of taxes direct.

UNEMPLOYMENT AND AUTOMATION i. small family norms.3. 7 . b. Shock iv. Technological. Padders viii. female infanticide. Severe bleeding ii. Automation and Computerization i. cyclical. Poisoning v. Portable electric tools iv. a. Safety Management. iii Computers that substitute brains. 5. Efficient Worker Safe Worker. Fire b. Types of unemployment a. Burns viii. Fractures vii. seasonal. a. ii. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY. Bad house keeping ii. i. Causes of work Injuries. Setting up a home. Machine that substitute muscles. POPULATION EDUCATION. Tools that substitute hand. Abortion laws / Euthanasia. frictional. Cessation of breathing iii. Casual. Definition of unemployment ii. Worker and his family – Love and Sex – Qualities of an ideal husband – Qualities of an ideal wife. Drowning vi. b. Working around machines v. FIRST AID AND HYGIENE i. Safety equipments vi. Fainting c. Family Planning. gender equality. 4. Lifting weight vii. Hand tools iii. Types of injuries and appropriate first aid i.

The dangers in manufacturing.1 3. Method of improvement. population pressure and depletion of forests.2 6. disposing of insecticides. Economics Use of psychological tools.2 4. Common sense Cool and collective. effects of exploitation.6 6. demands on environment to meet ‘basic human needs’ and ‘aspiration of more ambitious goals.11 6. Land use.1 6. 6.9 6. Wage payment.15 6.5 6.6. air.8 6. storing. Canal irrigation and water logging. Encroachment / degradation of environment and its effects.2 4.4 5. Working conditions of your men. Safety and first aid. grassland and cropland. its effect on environment’. animals).4 6. ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION Environmental resources (energy. transporting. 4. Be a policeman when needed Knowledge of technical job. soil.12 6. Use of fertilizers and pesticides and its effects on environment. QUALITIES OF AN IDEAL SUPERVISOR Be a part of the management Be a leader of the workmen under you.3 4. Population explosion and incompatibility between resources and number. plants. Planning and scheduling.13 6. soil degradation.19 6. Effects of modern agriculture on environment: Use of high-yielding varieties and deprivation of genetic resources. Job evaluation Merit rating Labour laws.14 6. Cost control. Training your men.1 4.7 6. minerals. 1. 2. Impact of industrialization on environment: Irreversible changes in landscape.17 6. Problems in supervising women. 8 .16 6.3 6. Quality control and waste control. 3.20 7.10 6. 3.18 6. carrying capacity. water.

Safety management.7 12. Product related risks. 7 7.4 12.6 11. Pollution control.5 12. Occupational safety Fire safety Safe handling of equipment and materials. Desirable nutrition and sanitation practices. the environmental ethics. 12.5 9 . social and agro forestry.1 11. Economic use for resources (material.4 13.4 10. Hazardous industrial and agricultural products: Safety and health risks connected with their use. 10. Process related risks.2 11. 13. recycling and substitution. water and soil and its effects on the living world. 9.5 10. 10. time) Living in harmony with nature. Toxic substances Occupational hazards Organizational risks.2 10. 11.3 13.6 12. Community action for ecological restoration. Safety precautions in lab/workshop/work site. Environmental action Environmental protection and conservation of resources. Equipment related risks.1 12.3 12.3 10.2 12. Pollution of lakes and waterways.8 13.1 13. energy.2 13.6.2 8. First aid. Recuperation. .4 12. money.1 7. Impact on environment when used.3 11. Misuse of medical technology: the drug menace.1 10. Properties of materials (bio-degradable & non-degradable) Typical environmental problems Deforestation Desertification Landslides Silting and drying of water resources. Environment pollution of air. environmental pollution laws and regulations. Waste disposal.

6. Activization of agencies responsible for rural development. RURAL DEVELOPMENT.8. Afforestation – social and farm forestry (environmental. Development of desirable health. school health services. mother and child health care. Rural waste re -cycling-biogas plant. 1. Small Farmers Development Agency. 7.) Innovations and Development of Rural Industries. compost making. improvement of environmental sanitation. 10 . control of communicable diseases. social and economic enhancement). 4. Land use profile in India Causes of economic backwardness: the ‘poverty trap’ Measures to increase agriculture productivity by improving the inputs. 2. etc. 8. 3. Provision of basic health services for the community – provision of medical care. 5. nutrition and environmental sanitation practices in the community.(Integrated Rural Development Programme.

disposing of insecticides. water. Environment pollution of air water and soil and its effect on the living world. iv. Irreversible change in landscape. population pressure and depletion of forest grasslands and cropland. Respect for laws regulating Community living.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Class XI Theory 3 Hrs. Land use. air. silting and drying of water resources. Desertification. Organizational risks b. Concern for public property. c. Exploitation and Exploration of natural resources. Landslides. viii ix 11 . transporting. Biodegradable and non-degradable materials. b. plants & animals) Population – Human resources and Natural resource. Effect of high-yielding varieties and deprivation of genetic resources. Effect of modern agriculture on environment. Process related risks. Canal irrigation and water logging. i Sociology – Paper – II Environmental Resources (energy. Typical environmental problems. pollution of lakes and resources. c. Occupational Hazards a. Use of fertilizers and pesticides and effect. ii. soil degradation . vi. The dangers in manufacturing. Conservation of natural resources waste products management. a. v. d. b. Product related risks. Respect for others freedom. Measure of medical technology the drug abuse. toxic substances. Impact of industrialization on environment. minerals. Equipment related risks. d. a. soil. vii. Encroachment / degradation of environment and its effects. Deforestation. iii. Marks – 50 1. storing.

c. social and economic enhancement) e. b. d. mother and child health care. Underemployment and unemployment. Globalization as a worldwide aspiration linking human values. d. environmental sanitation.CTBT b Human rights. Development of desirable health. Rural waste recycling – bio gas plant. b. role of news agencies. (Integrated rural development programme IRDP. Nuclear disarmament . marginal farmer’s development agency. nutrition and environmental sanitation practices in the community. f. i. the poverty trap. a. Impact of society moving towards quick fix solutions leading to corrupt practices. Land use profile in India. Rural development (with reference to the 20-point programme. c. risk to cultural values due to bombardment of foreign base media 4.2. Global broadcasting and journalism. Darwinism & Francis Galton and the Eugenists. Modernism and Internationalism. 2. small farmers development agency. Causes of economic backwardness. Innovation and development of rural industry. c. facsimile. Measures to increase agriculture productivity by improving the inputs. g. Reaching out : Types of communication networks and their utilities –e-mail. Malthusian theory. compost making. h. Provision for basic health service for the community – medical care. 12 . Gia hypothesis. e. f. Dehumanization due to technological advances. video conferencing. 3 Globalization. school health service. effects of the global reach of broadcasting. Concerns today. Consumer and the competitive market. g. communicable diseases. 1986) a. Advertising and its impact. Afforestation – social and farm forestry. The ethical and the moral impact of the Internet. (environmental. a. h. understanding of the internet as a global knowledge base and communication network. Activisation of agencies responsible for rural development.

occupier. Marks . 13 . b.1926 Trade union Registration Various rules and regulations. The trade union Act . 20 or more workers without the aid of power.Establishment not in accordance with the above two cases but notified by the Government. welfare ii. 2.GENERAL FOUNDATION & INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY ENTERPRENEURSHIP Class XII Part – A Paper – I Compulsory objective type of questions covering the entire syllabus of class XI and class XII carrying 20 marks. 2. Hours of work iii. Penalties for offences. 5. 1. Employment of young persons and women iv. manufacturing process worker. Factories Act – 1948. Part – B Paper – II Paper I 1. 3. Occupational diseases vi. Building people & Science Technology of which candidates will have to answer 6 questions carrying 5 marks each = 30 marks. Health. 1. 4. preparations of a feasibility certificate and registration – 50 marks. adolescent. Enforcement viii. Annual leave with wages v. Administration vii. Rights and duties of Trade union. 2. factory. 3 Hrs. safety. Cancellation of Registration. 3. Will have 8 questions covering labour legislation and entrepreneurship.applicable to a. Will be of 3 hrs consisting of a complete project plan. Main provisions i. Establishment with 10 or more workers – work with the aid of power. Scope :.50. young person. Definitions of adult.

disablement.per month. ii. ii.Benefits to employees in case of sickness.6/. i. restaurants. maternity. 4. To all wage earners earning up to Rs. Objectives – imposition of compensation. hotels. 5.per day are exempt from contribution. b. Violation and enforcements.5. Minimum Wages Act. Scope iii. Minimum wage & subsistence wage. Minimum time rate of wages b. iii. Provisions a. employment injury. Fair wage. Scope – Applies to all non-seasonal factories. Payment in cash b. dependents.Employees contribution – 2½ % . Not applicable to men of armed forces and those drawing above Rs. Overtime rate. iv. permanent total disablement.000/. A guarantee time rate d.per month in certain notified establishments. Objectives . Living wage. Scope – Certain category of railway men c. d. Employees State Insurance Act 1948. permanent partial disablement. Minimum piece rate c. Workmen’s compensation Act – 1923 a.4. Temporary disablement. Maintaining records d.Employer’s contribution – 5 % Those drawing less than Rs. 14 . Cost of living c.1000/. shops. Finance . i. Salient features a. 1948. For death.

Provisions – Eligibility conditions. Fixation of wages periods Deductions : a. Machinery set up by the Act. ii. Objectives – To ensure wages for employees drawing less than Rs. rate of benefit. iii. Damages. Industrial tribunal. b. c. Terms – Contractor.6. circus. Co-operative h. Board of enquiry. i. period for benefit paid. Adjudication 15 . 8. 7. Object – To regulate the employment of contract labour. 9 Industrial Disputes Act – 1947. Establishment Main provisions. mines. Definition of industrial disputes. iii. a. Setting up of advisory Boards Registration of establishments Welfare and health of contract labour. iii.per month. ii. Conciliation iv. Advances or over payment f. iii. ii. Insurance premium i Levy on mines. Objective – To regulate employment of women in certain establishment for certain period before and after child birth. iv. industries. Scope – Applies to factories. Loss d. i. Penalties and Procedures.1961 i. ii. Absence from duty c. Payment of Wages Act – 1936.1600/. Fines b. Scope – Applies to establishment in which twenty or more workers are employed or were employed on any day of the preceding 12 months as contract labour to every contractor who employs or who employed on any day of the preceding twelve months. iii. plantations and Government establishment. Contract labour Act – 1970. Income Tax societies. Provisions : a. Maternity Benefit Act . d. twenty or more workers. g. House / Accommodation e. v. State Government to enforce. Labour court.

x. ii. i. Service industries. v. Assistance from small scale industries. Small Business Need for small business Economic Contribution Possible types of business Employer and labour relation Buyer and seller relation Incentives in certain areas Assistance from District Industries Center. iv. Should be aware of ancillary development. Employees Provident Fund Act – 1952. x. Managerial Qualities of an Entrepreneur i. ix. vii. v. Object & Scope – Applied to all factories and establishments and notified industries employing 20 or more people. ii. iii. vii. iii. ix. vi. iv. viii. 11. iii. (The latest amendments to the Act must be taken into consideration) i. Should be confident Should be dynamic Should be creative Should be able to take initiative Should be flexible Should be result oriented Should be energetic and hard working Should be far sighted Should accept challenges Should be able to communicate effectively. iv. xi. 16 . All about small business. viii.10. vi. Entrepreneurship 12. ii. Rate of contribution Protection from attachment Membership Family pension scheme Benefit of the scheme. v.

commerce. Current theories about the origins of the universe. iii. its feasibility and implications. control on weapons manufacture. Emergence of new technologies their appreciation a. The sale of Goods Act – 1930 i. Communication technology. performance of contract. Indemnity and Guarantee. Generation of financial resources to meet governmental expenses. Nuclear weapons. ii. i. The need for governments to govern and leave economic activities to the people. Delivery Goods. Technology – does it make war more or less likely? ii. Human and non-human signals of aggression. d. c. Science & Technology. Role of NGOs. iv. iv. Project planning & project report making. Information technology. Definition of Buyer. iii. i. offer. b. i. b. b. Business on net – e. 17 . Non-Digital and Digital technology. iv. Privatization v/s Nationalization ii. b. Different kinds of agents. iii. Science and Technology as change agents a. Definition of contract. Animal and human aggression a.13. Weapons devised by man for offence and defence. 15. acceptance. iii. 14. c. Affect of scientific developments on our lives – at work and at home. Probability of existence of Extra Terrestrial Intelligence. Estimating and costing. Indian Contract Act – 1872. Telecommunications. Cosmology and space research a. Price Formation of the contract sale. Impact of privatization on economic development with specific reference to Insurance. Railways and Electricity. sale of foreign power. ii. Seller. 16. Difference between sale & hire purchase. Building People.

Since forces are provided by creating an urge in the individual for efficiency that reflects through competition with other or with one’s standards of performance. The various management functions such as production. 5. Since value provides the direction and attitude decides the tendency to act in a given situation. Entrepreneurial career orientation. 3. These competencies will help students in entrepreneurial career. ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AND BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES. orientation and necessity related to future career option will orient students to entrepreneurial career. resource mobilization and finally launching the enterprise. 2. ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES The enterprise may be small or big but it demands management abilities in its own/manager. finance. are crucial functions for entrepreneurs. ENTREPRENEURIAL MOTIVATION Force. Entrepreneurial spirit consists of values and attitude. project formulation availing incentives. project/product. certain competencies are needed to actually take action governed by values and attitudes. Enterprise launching competency. behavioural 18 . This module will help students in developing enterprise management competencies. 2.. 3. 1. 4. the total process is termed as entrepreneurial motivation.ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT PLAN PAPER – II 3 Hrs. Entrepreneurial motivation. CURRICULUM IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT Entrepreneurship curriculum is divided into five major modules: 1. ENTREPRENEURIAL CAREER ORIENTATION Today. drive and energy are needed to pursue the path of entrepreneurial career. most prevalent and commonly pursued career after education is that of a wage earner. Entrepreneurial spirit (values and attitudes) and competencies. ENTERPRISE LAUNCHING COMPETENCY This includes competencies related to sensing opportunities. etc. The great potential of self-employment and the incentives thereof are not well known. Enterprise management competencies. This information. 5. marketing. 4.

definition types. Usage of illumination for Special Halls . Fine Arts Principles & Elements of Design: Introduction to design a) Structural design – definition characteristics of structural design principles of design. types. principles of design & budget & financial constraints. Points to be considered for while designing special residential houses. Usage of lettering scales. commercial needs. lines role of emphasis use of emphasis in daily life. Texture. preferences. lines.size.using contrasting colours using decoration . Harmony Function. design of fixtures apartments . individual.. corporate. availability & suitability of materials.Usage of Spotlights & Special lights for creation of Art & Artifacts. 19 . aspects of harmony. Balance. definition. Proper Safety and Illumination standards for specific spaces. formal balance . Arrangement of space in relation to the performance. Space. texture & colour definition methods of obtaining.using unusual lines. work homes mezzanine rooms. shapes. Fittings & Fixtures: Role of lighting and also use of various fixtures in Bathrooms kitchen etc like Sanitary Doors Role of lighting in interior design . definition how to emphasize grouping of objects . Form. shape . b) Decorative design – c) Principles of Design – d) Lettering Scale e) Balance – _ f) Harmony g) Rhythm h) Emphasis – _ – Electricals & Lighting.role and importance of factors influencing interiors and exteriors: -family. Commercial Conferences .having sufficient plain background .symmetric & obvious informal balance.ART BASIC DESIGN &DRAFTING Theory Class XI 3 hours Full Marks 40 Introduction to Interior & Exterior Design Introduction to design – Definition of art sense of beauty benefits offered by interior & exterior design and its effects . Alternative lighting system and their application. definition characteristics with examples Line. Types of lighting system & their proper application uses & disadvantages. rhythm.Corridors & Open Spaces like Roof Gardens etc.Quality and character of light – its influence on contour and texture. Emphasis and Unity.types of formal balance bi . Colour.

Right use of right furniture in the right place – Use of Art & accessories – Optimum utilization of space and better living environment. Documentation & interpretation of design information Plumbing: Proper usage of Plumbing facilities for residential/ commercial establishments.Empty line danger alignments . sink.Usage of and types of partitions used. Partition walls. Working knowledge of : Working knowledge of the use of modern concepts like Vastu Shastra. Floor & Wall finishes. 20 . Dampness – remedies False CeilingsUsage and importance of false ceilings. Luo.West House Formula. Proper Use of Air Conditioning for effectiveness cooling effect. symbolic Fengshui.Pan .’s and their accessories like showers taps pipes etc. Maintenance of Excellent Client Relationship. Wooden Joineries & furniture detailing . Time taboos for renovation . w.Proper use of Soft furnishings. introduction to Xuan Kong Fengshui flying stars ..Cost Analysis: Preparing final costing of any project Correspondence regarding budgeting contract laws. Sanitary fittings-wash basin.Great sun position formula .basic Compass Formula. Fengshui & other modern technologies including Fengshui techniques like form school . Hardware fittings uses of various types for enhancement of beauty & aesthetics Fire proofing fire fighting.Time dimensions. East House.. mansions Kua Formula (pa Chai).Annual Flying stars knowledge of wind & water geomancy . Knowledge of professional ethics.c.

Design based on geometrical & decorative designs arrangement of motifs also with knowledge on use of various modern concepts like Vastu Shastra & Fengshui .Elevation . Use of single room apartments. Design fundamentals & drawings. Wall & Picture hangings . Maintenance of Excellent client relationship.posters. 21 . Coordinating & measurement system Scale & plane Geometry Concepts of Plan. Elevation & Section of simple solids . Using computer aided design with both 2D & 3D basic drawing Hatching blocks working with view ports.bathroom etc. Drawing techniques to develop a visual understanding. Knowledge of professional ethics & also proper working knowledge and use of Vastu Shastra & Fengshui . Perspective rendering in ink & colour. Pottery decoration techniques.BASIC DRAWING EDITING & DRAFTING TECHNIQUES Practicals Class XI 3 hours Full Marks 40 Drawing aids -Detail working drawing of a comprehensive real life study problem for urban rural residential & Commercial spaces. Documentation & interpretation of design information. Suggestive colours to create the desired environmental feeling for different functional spaces. leather batik Use of pictures & their positioning. Complex interior design with various elements concerned with colour & mix media. rendering & plotting techniques. For single space use as of in Kitchen . Utility of Wall Paper & its effect on the room ambience. Comprehensive color planning for interior . Perspective Drawing: Perspective and spatial conceptual drawingsPlanning for space creation-objective planning for interior..

Application of colour. Working knowledge of modern beliefs like Fengshui & Vastu Shastra in planning homes & offices of everyday life. Application of colour.panels rugs and carpets & textiles Anthropometric measurement in relation to furniture and space standards in interiors. models.floor decoration. seminars.LAYOUT & AUTOCAD Theory Class XII 3 hours Full Marks 40 Basic Technical Drawing – Various lines shapes & forms: Orthographic & metric projections of basic geometric shapes. Perspective of interiors and one point. texture pattern finishes. Perspective of interiors and one point.one room apartments & work homes. Drawing of simple floor plans. 22 .Various lines . Project & Practical Work –Class XII 3 hours Full Marks 60 Complete presentation of detailed schematic drawing of a total residential/commercial interior with measurement. texture pattern finishes. shapes & rooms. isometric projections of furniture . Design Applications: 1. for various income levels. orthographic & metric projections of basic geometrical shapes & sizes. isometric projections of furniture . design based on geometry –use of points . Field trips.line circles squares in pottery/ floral design designs based on nature. 2. materials and their psychological effect on interiors Sectional Elevations of interiors of furniture units. Working knowledge & use of Vastu Shastra / Fengshui principles in practical work.realistic & stylized forms from naturefoliage flowers bands and borders. 3. materials and their psychological effect on interiors. project work to imbibe knowledge acquired. Drawing of simple floor plans:1 2 3 Various income levels with/without use of Vastu Shastra /Fengshui One room apartments Work home Rendering in ink & colour pen . Sectional Elevations of interiors of furniture units. Design Application: Design based on use of points line circle square in pottery .pencil.

5 ) T o d r a w m i s s i n g l i n e o f a g i ve n i n c o m p l e t e d r a w i n g o f a g i v e n object. models. beams and columns. windows. Triangles 23 . etc. e l e v a t i o n a n d s e c t i o n a l e l e v a t i o n of foundations. floors. windows. T o vi s i t c o n s t r u c t i o n s i t e s t o g a t h e r k n o w l e d g e & information Working knowledge & practical knowledge of : 1) Practice in Lettering Techniques of letters and numerical in 3. 6) To read the given drawings of simple objects. roofs. 9 ) T o m a k e ro u g h s k e t c h o f p l a n . stairs. columns and complete building drawings. beams. 3 ) S k e t c h i n g p r a c t i c e o f p i c t o r i a l v i e w s f r o m g i ve n o b j e c t s . doors.5. project work (Internal Marking) to imbibe knowledge acquired.8 and 12 mm series. 7) To read drawings of foundations. vertical lines and inclined lines.Field trips. floors. slabs. seminars. roofs. 4) To sketch three views of simple objects with 3D effect & dimensions. 8) To read complete set of given building drawings. doors. 2) Practice of free hand sketching of: Horizontal lines. and rectangles.

setting up new drawings. Using points Filters Using Tracking. Accessing Commands -(Using a Toolbar. Exiting Auto CAD. Method of Drafting system requirements. Hatching Areas. Custom objects and proxies. specifying measurement & 24 . Correcting mistakes. line. creating Solid-filled areas. refreshing the screen display. STARTING AUTOCAD: Overview of CAD. Using Different set up methods of organising information on Layers & using templates. using a Direct distance entry. Switching from dialog box to command line. commands. Creating point Objects. Saving Drawings.Editing command or text window text. a Menu. Using ortho mode. CREATING OBJECTS: Drawing lines. ORGANISING YOUR DRAWING: Conforming to standards.AUTOCAD Class XII Total Marks Theory 40 Theory & Practicals Practicals 60 3 hours for each FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER: Overview Of Operating System: Different DOS Commands. Opening Existing Drawing. changing the drawing order of object. Drawing curved objects. Transparently. USING COORDINATE SYSTEM: Using a Co-ordinate system to specify points. creating Regions. Working Concepts With Windows 95/98. Advantages of Auto CAD. Long file names). DRAWING WITH PRECISION: Adjusting snap and grid alignment. shifting and rotating the Coordinate System. Modifying the Auto CAD Environment. the command. Snapping to Geometric points on objects.

working with colours. USING BLOCKS. Copying objects. editing multilines. Creating and Modifying arrowheads. resizing Objects. ATTRIBUTES AND XREFS : Working with blocks. Using Aerial View. exploding Objects. Drawing construction line. chamfering objects. ADDING TEXT TO DRAWINGS: Working with Text styles. using style Overides. editing hatches. editing Splines. Creating dimensions style. 25 . using External Reference. matching properties of other objects. inserting breaks in objects. adding dimensions. creating Dimensions. Working with Dimension styles. Using Multiline text substituting fonts. Displaying coordinates and locating points. using line Text. filleting objects. COLOURS AND LINE TYPES: Working with layers. working with Line types. EDITING OBJECTS: Selecting objects. Using style families. using text editors for multiline text. working with attributes. Adding Geometric tolerances. CONTROLLING AND DRAWING DISPLAY: Using Zoom & pan. editing dimensions.Divisions. Using Named View. editing object using the object Properties toolbar. and line types to Objects using modern concepts with working knowledge of Vastu Shastra & Fengshui. moving objects erasing objects.Using Tiled Viewports. creating concepts. Turning Visual Element On & off. editing polyines. colours. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING: Dimensioning concepts. USING LAYERS. assigning layers.

attend workshops & seminars arranged by Berger Paints etc renowned Multinationals & Fair organizers to understand & collect samples & project materials. Colour relations. Dimension of colours.Class Xii 3 Hours 60 Marks Colour wheel-its importance.Visual aspects of colour with special reference to enclosed spaces.Draw & present the use of colour in various rooms according to age budget size etc .Murals & Collage. orientation . Comprehensive colour planning for interiors and suggestive colour schemes to create the s desired effect for different functional areas. how to change the value.Use of art in every day life its use importance colour as an important element of art Practicals Project Work :. Application of designing batik. upholstery furnishing Fittings .Making of Projects and models on the use of Colour Layouts their effects . Space Creation. tints & shades. Critical review of colours scheme . offices . Tradition Area . harmonies in Colours in interiors. activity. T o v i s i t s i t e s f o r i n f o r m a t i o n & u s e o f p r o p e r c o l o u r schemes for various homes.Colour schemes on computers. tie & dye in house décor. Use of Colour mixing methods by use of computers. Colour wheel. coolness & warmness.tint & shade.Application of colour texture patterns finishes materials and their psychological effect on interiors. Tones-tints &shades.principles of design in use of colour. Interaction between light & colour Preference of colour and interior. reside ntial pla zas. orientation & its effects . Trend.Factors influencing colour selection. advancing and receding colours Value.lightness & darkness .COLOUR CONCEPT & APPLICATIONS Theory CLASS XI 3 Hours FULL MARKS 40 Theory Of Colour Importance of Colours . spa areas 26 . value of Preference. distance and area. Rangoli& Alpana. Introduction to colours – Dyes. pigment & spectral colours: Classes of colours according to Prang systemprimary secondary binary intermediate tertiary quaternary (any one colour scheme –(17).Perception and sciences of vision. Hue names of colours.Relationship of colour with lighting surroundings. Psychology of colour on human moods & feelings effect on shape & size of the room. Also use of search engines on Web for finding data related to Colour . Colour conditioning. Use of Colours in Exteriors .

Use of new technology & materials. Visits to furniture factories and residences. Study of basic furniture dimensions based on anthropometric measurements. Practicals & Project Work Class XII 3 Hours . Side Boards. Appreciation of Visual Arts: Understanding of Symbolism. Detailed knowledge of European furniture styles. types naturals & synthetic –varnishes.Values of thought and philosophy in relation to visual communication medium. basic materials used for furniture-types of wood. processed wood (block boards) laminates veneers metals fiberglass plastic cane. Project. Furniture finishes.FURNITURE DESIGN Theory Class XII 3 Hours Full Marks 40 Design. Identification specification & standardization in design. Study Tables. with emphasis on Indian types. Anthropometrics & Ergonomics Fundamental factor in design.Ergonomatic assessment of typical design. polishing. relationship of colour with lighting surrounding orientation distance and area. Documentation & interpretation of design information. Costing & budgeting laws. ink & colour .melamine painting. lacquering .Presentation of complete detailed schematic drawing of an interior with measurement (using Auto Cad –optional). Centre Tables. Rendering in pencil . size. dining tables. two point Sectional elevation of interiors and elevation of furniture units. Analysis of other forms of arts . .Detailed knowledge of Joinery as applied to furniture. Wall cupboards Dressing Tables kitchen tables store cupboards bathroom closets. Market survey of furnishing materials finishes. production techniques. staining effective cost management &thorough knowledge of maintenance. exhibitions/seminars/forums on latest products 27 . Various kinds & types used in residential apartments:Beds. Professional ethics & relationship.Elementary anatomy and human body measurement.60 marks Indian Study Of Basic Furniture Dimensions Based On Anthropometric Measurements Arrangement of space in relation to the performance. Environmental controlled factors in controlled space. Knowledge & proper use of wooden joineries & furniture detailing.Plan elevation & Isometric view with details drawing & estimation with knowledge of various finishes. colour scheme for interiors (review). Cupboards. Perspective drawing – one point. arrangement of and appreciate aesthetic value in design. selection of materials and finishes. Colours in interiorsprinciples of design in use of colours. History of furniture styles-Renaissance to Modern.

budget & maintenance. c Floor composition –furniture arrangement of various areas with emphasis on space organisation and circulation(inter-room & intra room) Wall compositions. care. other eastern cultures & African (Egypt). Architecture . Perspective of single rooms in black & white &colour . Visits to sites & furniture factories Furniture design making-various stages as project work Planning furniture for spaces both functional and aesthetic Collection of various brochures from various manufacturers Furniture planning for single room apartments & usual homes Planning furniture by utilizing room space provided 28 . 5.Interior planning . Traditional interior designHindu. 4.types selection . cultural social and other influences on art forms.Impact of Modern Art . a.cost budget choice . Ceiling Composition.science & technology on interior design. 6. Drawing line plan & elevation of single rooms apartments placement of furniture.Care cost selection . Influence of religious . Project work on types of furniture from renaissance to modern age. Indosarscenic.& maintenance . b.History of Interior Design Furniture history from ancient days to the modern age. Project work: Projects for Internal Assessment 1. 3. 2. Planning flow of space circulation space requirement abstract & functional spaces. 7.

29 . Exterior for commercial complexes . Dampness & rifts in the wall. Minimal effects of weathering. Use of granites tiles & marbles on the exteriors Heat repelling paints & decorations . Project work: Projects for Internal Assessment – 1. Creation of new novel looks. gyms spas etc.EXTERIOR DESIGN Role of styles colours design on the exteriors. Use of various materials for maintenance & yet glossy look. Models on various designs in Exteriors 3.. Elimination of noise pollution effects. retail outlets. use of Plants & other artifacts to decorate the exteriors. File work on types of Exterior 2. Various structure built 6. Various paints to be used 5. Proper utilization of natural resources for beautification 7. Design of modern flats – with due consideration on noise pollution maintenance cost weathering etc 4. chain stores.

Plastic . False ceiling. Lintels Doors & Windows. Plaster . Stone . Leather And Rexin. Accessories-importance types selection care & maintenance. Use of Paint & Pigments. Stairs & staircases. OpeningsMeaning & uses and types of Arches. Decorative plants both natural & artificial . water surfaces to enhance beauty of the site e To know to find out the proper value of materials a& calculate the cost of materials from layout to completion. Sculptures. Airconditioning .Ceramic. False Ceiling Tinsmithing. 30 . scaffolding. FlooringUse & knowledge of types of Textiles & Carpets . Floors roofs.Wood Glass . gardens.MATERIALS & SERVICES Class XI Theory Marks 40 3 Hours Building Materials used in Interiors: Basic building components:Foundation Types of bricks . Carpentry & Designers tools. Lighting Design – Light source & fixtures. masons tools. Water supply & Drainage system Landscaping. electrical tools. ponds.to enhance open spaces in Exteriors – Use of Fountains.Wall Coverings And Flooring. Acoustics. Use of current technology & materials. Sound proofing Materials.

1. classification and use.1.4 Aggregate . t h e i r u s e / t r a d e n a m e s a n d t h e i r u n i t s o f p u rc h a s e . 3 P r o p e r t i e s a n d o c c u r r e n c e o f v a ri o u s b u i l d i n g s t o n e s . Method of stacking.1. 2. Gully traps. 1077 (Revised).3. Tiles & Terra . Field testing of bricks . W ater closets.B U I L D I N G M A TE R I AL S : To have detailed knowledge of :1) Stones 1.3.4 2.2 2.3 2.its meanings. 1. 31 M e a n i n g .for dimension.3 U s e o f b ri c k s .1 2.6 2. colour. Stacking & counting of bricks. texture. 2) Clay products : (Bricks. water absorption and efflorescence Shapes of bricks used for special purpose.2 Characteristics of a good building stone.1 Bricks 2. Classification of bricks as per I.3 Terra – cotta 2.5 3) Cement 3. Manufacture of modular bricks Fly ash bricks. Clay Flooring tiles and Roofing tiles.5 2.3 Field test for ordinary Portland cement.cotta) 2.L NO.1 2.1.2 Types of Ce ment. 3. Units of purchase. 1 .2 2. General properties & uses of clay roofing tiles.2. Sieve a n a l ys i s t r a d e / c o m m e r c i a l n a m e a n d u n i t s t o p u r c h a s e o f v a ri o u s t y p e s o f a g g r e g a t e s . shape. P r o p e r t i e s a n d u s e s o f e a r t h e n a n d s t o n e w a re s .e a r t h e n w a r e & s t o n e w a re .3 2.2.2 2.3. 2 Ti l e s 2.5 Storage of ceme nt: Requireme nts of godo wn fo r cement.1.3.1. their properties & uses.1 2. 3. .3. Soil W aste pipes.1 Meaning 3.7 2 .4 2.2.1.1 Rock and its classification. General properties & uses of glazed earthenware tiles.S.4 Units of purchase. 3. properties & uses.1.

8 Pre .3 Lime concrete 5 .1 Meaning 5. Block board.1.2 MORTAR 5. 1 . 5) Concrete and mortar 5. thei r used and specifications.8 Storage of timber 6.5 Methods of storage of different types of lime.5 General defects in timber.1.2 Commercial names of above-mentioned products and units of purchase. 6. 2 .2 Lime mortar 5. 4 Surkhi mortar 5. availability & use 6.1.2. 4 S u r k h i c o n c re t e 5.c a s t c o n c re t e 5.4 Qualities of seasoned timber.1.1. 2 .1.1. 2. hard board.2 Quick Lime and Hydrated lime. 1 . 4.1.1.4) Lime 4. 3 Cement mortar 5. 6. 6 . 6.S.5 Composite mortar concrete 5 .3 Classification of lime as per I.9 Market form of timber & their units of purchase. 7 P r e .2. 4.3 Characteristics of a good timber.I.4 Local/Trade/Commercial names and uni ts of purchase.1.1 Plywood.1 Meaning 5. 2. 6.1. 4. their causes and remedial measures.2 Soft wood and hard wood 6.1.6 Field testing of Hydraulic lime. their properties.1 CONCRETE 5.1 Meaning 6. 5 Mud mortar 1 ) Ti m b e r a n d Al l i e d p r o d u c t s 6.7 Common India timbers . 2.1. 4.2 Cement conc rete 5. 5. 32 .1.1 TIMBER 6. 721 (Revised) properties and uses. 1 .stressed concrete. 6 R e i n f o r c e d b r i c k l i m e c o n c re t e 5 . names of preservatives and their uses.6 Preservation of timber.1 Meaning 4. Sunmica. 2 A L L I E D P R O D U C TS 6. 6.

2) Building Finishing Materials 7 .1 Meaning 7 . d i f f e re n t f i n e p r o o f i n g m a t e r i a l s . 7. their commercial names and units of purchase.8.3 Commercial names and units of purchase. 1 P l a s t i c s .8. Draw bolt.3.Tower bolt.1. 7 . Haspenstible. Door knob. their properties & uses/commercial names and units of purchase. P r o p e rt i e s a n d t h e i r u s e i n b u i l d i n g s .3 Preparations of oil paints. d i f f e r e n t d a m p p ro o f i n g m a t e r i a l s . characteristics of a good sound insulating material.4 Damp proofing materials.3. 7.8 Hard Wares.5 Door fittings .1. 8. p r o p e r t i e s a n d commercial names.1 Characteristics of a good paint.2 Varnish 7.3 Distempering. 8.3 Polish 7. their properties &uses. 7. Types of distempers.2 Colour washing materials required for colour washing. 7. their commercial names and units of purchase. 1 W h i t e w a s h i n g m a t e r i a l s r e q u i re d f o r w h i t e w a s h i n g .4 Different types of paints.1. 1 5 R e a d y m a d e p a i n t s . characteristics of g ood fire proofing m a t e r i a l s . 7. different sound insulating materials.2 Sound insulating materials. 2 .8.1 Meaning 7. 7.1. 7. 7.3 Fire proofing materials. 7.2 Nails 7. 2 .1.5 Paints 7.3. 7. Latches.4 Hinges 7. t h e i r commercial names and units of purchase.3 Nuts and Bolts.1. 7. t h e i r c o m m e r c i a l names and units of purchase. t h e i r u s e s .4 W all p apering.8. t h e i r c o mm e r c i a l n a m e s a n d units of purchase.2. their commercial names and units of purchase.2 Types of polishes and uses.1.6 Door closers & stoppers 3) Miscellaneous Materials 8 .2 Ingredients of oil paints.8. 7.8. 7. t h e i r c o m m e r c i a l names and units of purchase. 1 . characteristics of good damp roofing m a t e r i a l . 8. 3 I n g r e d i e n t s o f v a rn i s h . p apers used fo r wall paperin g. 33 .1 Screws 7. 7. 2 C h a r a c t e ri s t i c s o f a g o o d v a r n i s h 7 .

p r o p e rt i e s a n d u s e s . 8 .9 Adhesives: Types.s u c h a s B r a s s . commercial names. 8 . 8.6 Sandpaper & Emery paper. their uses. g l a s s p a n e s a n d their units of purchase. C o p p e r.8. w a l l s . 8. 34 . uses. t h e i r p r o p e r t i e s a n d u s e s . and units of purchase. market forms. 8.5 Glass: types of Glass. 7 N a m e s o f c l e a n i n g m a t e ri a l s f o r f l o o r . 8 N o n – f e r r o u s m e t a l s & a l l o ys .M a r k e t f o r m s . A l u mi n i u m . specifications and units of purchase.10 L i n o l e u m . specifications and units o f p u rc h a s e .

5 1. s p e c i f i c a t i o n . M a rk e t a b l e f o r m s o f v a r i o u s t y p e s t i m b e r a v a i l a b l e in market.ordinary Portland. 1.1. door closer and stoppers.Flooring tiles and clay roofing tiles.14 Various types of varnishes & polishes available in the L o c a l m a rk e t .22 C l e a n i n g M a t e ri a l s f o r f l o o r s . 1.16 P l a s t e rs . Copper. 1.18 F i r e p r o o f i n g m a t e ri a l s a v a i l a b l e i n t h e l o c a l m a r k e t . a n d i t s p r o d u c t s a v a i l a b l e i n t h e l o c a l m a r k e t .24 Non ferrous materials such as Brass.1 Timber allied products such as plywood. white and Aluminum.9 Stone (Blocks & slabs) B ri c k s . 1. g l a s s p a n e s e t c . Cement .7 1. Stones Aggregates: Coarse ag gregate. medium aggregate and fine aggregate.11 V a r i o u s t y p e s o f d i s t e m p e rs s u c h a s o i l b o u n d a n d W a t e r bound. Tiles. Lime: Hydraulic lime. T e r r a C o t t a . 1.26 M a rk e t f o r ms o f L i n o l e u m . quick setting cement & other special cement. 1.0 Various preservatives of timber available in market.19 Dam proofing materials available in he local market. and sunmica. zi n c . & limes. 1. 1. w a t e r closets gully traps & glazed earthen tiles. Brick ballast & surkhi. w a l l s .20 Various types of glasses available in the local market.23 F e r r o u s m a t e r i a l s i n v a ri o u s m a r k e t s f o r m s . 1.2 1.8 1. S .25 Various types of adhesives 1.13 Various types of paint available in the local market. & l e a d .6 1. 1.12 Papers for wall papering. 1.4 1. H o l l o w b l o c k s . 1. Aluminum.3 1. 1.1. Zinc.15 Hardware . 1. use of damp proofing chemical. e t c . hinges for door fitting. s t o n e w a r e .such as screws. block board.21 S a n d p a p e r & e m e r y p a p e rs o f v a r i o u s g r a d e s a n d q u a l i t i e s . M a r k e t S u r v e y : F o r t ra d e / c o m m e r c i a l n a m e s . 35 .17 Sound insulating material available in the local Market. nails. bolts & nuts.e a r t h e n w a re . p i p e s .10 Materials required for white W ashing /colou r wash such as lime.1 1.W .B U I L D I N G M A TE R I AL S 1. u n i t s o f purchase and prevalent market rates for the following: 1. etc. 1. 1. hard board. 1. 1.

3.3 Methods of preparation of different types of mortar of different p r o p o rt i o n s . 36 .3Different types of joints in stone masonry.2 Types of stone masonry. 7. 8. V o l u m e t r i c M e a s u r e m e n t O f C o a r s e & F i n e Ag g r e g a t e s Sieve analysis fineness modules of sand. 8 .4 Precaution to be taken in construction of walls. Cement and Lime 3. Longitudinal joints bearing joints framing joints. Mortice and tenon Joint . colour& efflorescence.1 Testing of cement & li me in the field. 2 T o o l s r e q u i r e d f o r p r e p a r a t i o n o f d i f f e re n t t y p e s o f m o r t a r. 8 .5 Methods of fixing new work with old work (Toothing Racking back and Block Building) 7. 7. 8 .3 Methods of laying Bricks in walls.1 Tools required for s tone masonry. 6. M a i n t e n a n c e o f B r i c k construction. oblique & shoulder join ts widening on side join ts.4 Function affecting the strength of mortar. 4. 6 P r e p a r a t i o n o f c o n c r e t e o f d i f f e r e n t p r o p o rt i o n ( T h i s i n c l u d e s batching & mixing). 8. dimensions water absorption. E n g i n e e r i n g c l a s s i f i c a t i o n o f s o i l . B e a ri n g c a p a c i t y . 7 Brick Masonry 7 .6 D e f e c t s i n B r i c k w o rk . Tongue and groove joint. foundation. 7. testing of cement concrete cubes.2 Testing of brick.3 Field testing of bricks such as for texture.7 Factors affecting strength of concrete. 6. 2 T o o l s r e q u i r e d f o r b ri c k m a s o n r y . 3. D e e p F o u n d a t i o n . 5. workability & curing.1 Stacking of bricks 2. T yp e O f J o i n e r y Dove Tail Joint. 8. 2.1 Concept of water cement ratio.2 Counting of bricks 2.Brick 2. 5 T o o l s r e q u i r e d f o r p re p a r a t i o n o f c o n c r e t e . 6 Stone Masonry 6. Masonry 8 Mortar and Concrete 8. General concept of piled. kno wle dge & use of joine ry.

C. 10. Terrazzo. Methods of construction of Marbl e and s tone slab floors . 11.3 Tools required to lay R.2 Materials required for cement Conc rete.1.2 Road construction and road surfacing. 10.1 Construction & Maintenance Fencing.9 Concept of frame structure (i) R.7 Repair of old floors.5 Application of plaster coats. 13. Cement concrete. Marble and stone slab floors.C. 13. 1 E a r t h w o rk f o r R o a d f o r m a t i o n . sheet roofs coverings. M o s a i c . frame including foundation ( i i ) S t r u c t u r a l s t e e l f r a m e R e l a t i v e a d va n t a g e .2 Fabricated steel gate. 13. 12 Wall. Cutting & polishing of Mosaic. 1 . C. E m b a n k m e n t & c u t t i n g . I .2. 13.6 Curing of plaster.C. structure (Methods.( M a t e r i a l s & t o o l s r e q u i r e d ) . Mosaic.2. (including knowledge for bending and binding and placement of bars) 11. 10.4 Method of construction of Terrazzo & Mosaic floor.2. 12.1 Plastering.1 .4 Preparation of surface for plastering. T e r r a z z o a n d m a r b l e f l o o rs . sheet and G.2.3 Method of embankment construction.2.2 Tools required for Plastering. 1 T o o l s r e q u i r e d f o r l a yi n g c e m e n t C o n c r e t e . 13.6 Causes of defects in Brick. 13.5 Methods of construction of Brick floo r.1 Road work 1 3 . S h e e t & r o o f covering.8 Repairs of defective plaster. 13. C . 1 0 . of Compound wall.2. 11. T e r ra z z o .2 Methods for fixing of A. Tools & Materials required). s h e e t & G . Marble and Stone slab. 13. simple and culverts. 11 Roofs 1 1 . 10.7 Defects in plasterwork and their preparations. I. 10.C. Terrazzo & Mosaic marble and stone floors and their remedies.C.3 Methods of cement & lime plastering.8 Methods of Cleaning. 10. 37 . 3 M e t h o d o f c o n s t r u c t i o n o f c e m e n t c o n c re t e f l o o r o f 1 : 2 : 4 m i x . 13 13. 13. Fencing & Gates 12.C.2 Surface Finishes 13.2.4 Repair of cracks in R. 1 T o o l s re q u i r e d t o f i x A .2. 13. 10 Floors 1 0 .

Me thods of cleaning old surface repairing of old surface.2 Process for placing wall paper in old and new walls. 17.1 Tools & Material required for painting. A p p l i c a t i o n o f v a r n i s h c o a t s .1 Tools and materials required for wall papering. Painting or iron and steel w ork. 1 5 . Priming. P re p a r a t i o n o f s u rf a c e .2 Faults or defects in painting work and their remedial measures 18 Varnishing and polishing 18. 15. 20. 1 .3 Repairing of old wood work .Painting of other surfaces 1 7 .1 Tools required for varnishing and polishing. 2 O p e r a t i o n i n v o l ve d i n p a i n t i n g o f a m a s o n r y w o r k s .1 . 38 . 22. and kitchen. – Preparation of 20 Cement painting 20.1 M e t h o d s o f p a i n t i n g o f n e w s t e e l w o rk .1 Sources of Dampness. 19. Damp proofing : 22. Wall papering.1 Tools & materials for cement painting.2 Methods of application of distempers s u rf a c e .1. Distempering.4 Methods of damp proofing basement ground floors. 14. Painting of wood work 15.3 Precautions to be taken to prevent dampness.1 Tools required for painting.5 Methods for laying damp proof Coats in existing buildings. Damp proofing for flat and pitched roofs and window sills. W . 1 8 .14. 14.3 Methods of polishing metal. 19. 21. Stopping. 19.3 Repair of old painting. Under Coat & finishing coat. 18. 21.1 Tools required for distempering.1. 1 M e t h o d s o f p a i n t i n g o f b r i c k w o rk a n d p l a s t e r e d s u r f a c e . Pointing. 1 . 2 P a i n t i n g o f a n e w w o o d w o r k .2 Process for application of cement paint on new and old s u rf a c e s . 21. 16. r i m i n g c o a t & f i n a l c o a t .C. plinth and walls. 17. 16. 22. 15.1. 22.p r e p a ra t i o n o f s u rf a c e Knotting. 22.2 Effect of Dampness. 1 4 . Special damp proofing arrangements in bathrooms. k n o t t i n g a n d p r i mi n g . 22. 2 P r o c e s s o f v a r n i s h i n g a n d P o l i s h i n g .

2 Methods of cutting glass and fixing glass as described 11.1 0 ) Ti m b e r W o r k s 10. 1 R o l l e d S t r u c t u r a l s t e e l s e c t i o n c o m p ri s i n g o f B e a m . Channel & angles 1 4 .1 Repair and maintenance of decayed ti mber components in buildings & replacement of fittings. Anti-termite treatment for soil. Anti-termite treatment for wood work in Building. 3 M e t h o d o f f a b r i c a t i o n b y ri v e t i n g . 39 .3 Material required for cleaning old glass panes and method of cleaning. use of glazed tiles for flooring. 4 M a i n t e n a n c e o f S t e e l S t r u c t u r e s a n d p re v e n t i o n f r o m corrosion.t e r m i t e Tr e a t m e n t i n B u i l d i n g s M e t h o d o f a n t i . 1 2 ) V i t r i f i e d Ti l e s W o r k 12.3 An t i . wall dado etc.1 Tools required 11.2 13. b o l t i n g a n d w e l d i n g 1 4 . 13 13. 11) Glazing Work 11. 14) Rolled Structural Steel Section 1 4 . 2 U s e o f s u c h m a t e r i a l s f o r f a b ri c a t i o n o f S h e d 1 4 .t e r m i t e t re a t m e n t f o r w a l l s .1 13.1 Method of cleaning of China Clay glazed Tiles and materials required for cleaning.

6 Purpose of scaffolding. care and maintenance. their specifications & use. their specifications & use. b i d c o c k . Fittings 2. their use their care and maintenance. 6. Brief ideal of inspection chamber. care and maintenance. C h a r a c t e r i s t i c s o f a g o o d s h u t t e ri n g C o n s t r u c t i o n a l d e t a i l s o f s h u t t e ri n g f o r b e a m s .1 5. 6.6 Gra dient followed in a sewer laying of se we r.2 Joints in wood work. 40 .4 4.3 5. Plumbing 6. U ri n a l . Characteristics of a good scaffolding. glues. 6. 6. Various types of rope knots and metal coupling.2 5. nails.1 Tools used in filing.5 5. columns and slabs. manhole.5 Pipe and sewer joints.chamber and ventilating pipes and their use. Masonry 3. Procedure to be adopted while making joints in water pipes & sewer.screw. Scaffolding 5.2 Different types of pipes & fittings for sewerage . 4. 6. Erection of a scaffolding. Types of scaffolding.B U I L D I N G TE C H N I Q U E S 1. 6.7 Plumber tools. wash basins. marking and measuring. tapping. Carpentry 1. Materials used in joinery. nuts. 5.3 Uses of timber for various purposes.4 5.4 Materials for joints for water pipe & sewers. 1.2 4. their use. s p o t c o c k . 3. 6. Shuttering Object of shuttering Types of shuttering Materials used in shuttering. p i l l a r c o c k . 1.1 Carpentry tools.1 Tools of a mason. bolts.3 Sanitary fittings & fixtures such as water closets.4 Joinery.5 2. k i t c h e n s u c k .3 4. Materials used for scaffolding.1 4. intercepting . their use. 1.p o s t s . 3.1 Different types of pipes & fittings for water supply.

2 Use of such material for fabrication of shed 7.7.3 Method of fabrication by riveting.4 Maintenance of Steel Structures and prevention from corrosion. 7. bolting and welding. Steel Structures 7.B e a m . 41 .1 R o l l e d S t r u c t u r a l S t e e l s e c t i o n c o m p ri s i n g . Channel and Angle 7.

S e l e c t i o n o f a p p r o p ri a t e s c a l e f o r d ra w i n g s .Polish Me aning types of polishes and uses. rubble filling & their purpose . Types of floor finish. glossary & terms used in arches. Roof plans and plot plans. Ingredients of oil paints.CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Class 12 Theory paper Full marks 40 3 hours 1. C o n f o r m i n g t o Building bye law (vi) Structural detailing (R. Heating / Airconditioning and ventilating symbols. types 2. ( i i i ) C o m m u n i t y c e n t r e / L i b ra r y b u i l d i n g / E n t e r t a i n m e n t c e n t r e s (iv) Landscaping (v) C o l o u r i n g o f t h e d ra w i n g o n t h e p r i n t . spas . gyms . M e a n i n g c h a ra c t e r i s t i c s o f a g o o d v a rn i s h I n g re d i e n t s o f varnish.C. Plans – Standard symbols for wiring and electrical fittings. base course. Meaning & use of arches & lintels. (i) Commercial building/Residential Multistoried building with lifts (ii) Institution building/show rooms. plumbing symbols. Meaning & use of various types of doors & windows. 4 Knowledge of relation between rise & tread width of the stairs . + steel) sessional sheets 42 . 6. 5. Types of stairs details & calculations . W orking drawing basics – Building codes and standards for r e f e r e n c e . t h e i r properties and uses Ready made paints. Interior elevations. P r o c e d u r e of preparing working drawings. Elevations –Exterior ele vations. Floor finish topping under layer . t y p e s .landing characteristics of good stairs.clubs.Exclusive retail outlets with escalators /lifts fountains/game parks/restaurants music stores departmental stores etc. their commercial names and units of purchase. D i f f e re n t t y p e s o f p a i n t s . 3. P r e p a r a t i o n o f o i l p a i n t s . Characteristics of a good paint .. their uses. Sections-Residential building upto five floors. properties and commercial names. Co mmercial na mes and units of purchase. glossary & terms used in doors & Windows along with working knowledge of Vastu Shastra & Fengshui in modern times for correction of the various problems in daily life.

Shuttering Object of shuttering. b o l t s . Road work of Compound wall. 3 4. Road construction and road surfacing. C h a ra c t e r i s t i c s o f a g o o d s h u t t e r i n g .D e t a i l e d w o rk i n g k n o w l e d g e o f : 1. Plumbing: Knowledge of different types of pipe & pipe fittings such as water closets wash basins urinal posts stop cock bib cock pillar cock their use care & maintenance 2. Masonry Tools of a mason. their use. Defects in plasterwork and their p r e p a ra t i o n s .Materials used in s h u t t e r i n g . J o i n e r y . R e p a i r s o f d e f e c t i v e p l a s t e r. Types of shuttering . simple and culverts Surface Finishes Plastering. care and maintenance. 10. C h a r a c t e ri s t i c s o f a g o o d s c a f f o l d i n g . 8. A p p l i c a t i o n o f plaster coats. g l u e s . M e t h o d s o f c e m e n t & l i m e p l a s t e r i n g . Scaffolding Purpose of scaffoldin g. Curing of plaster. Erection of a scaffolding 6. Embank ment & cutting. 5.Joints in w o o d w o r k . 43 . Pointing. U s e s o f t i m b e r f o r v a ri o u s p u r p o s e s . their use their care and maintenance. T y p e s o f s c a f f o l d i n g . 7. Fencing & Gates Construction & Maintenance Fabricated steel gate. C o n s t r u c t i o n a l details of shuttering for beams. Wall. Various types of rope knots and metal coupling. Carpentry Carpentry tools. Fencing. columns and slabs. P r e p a r a t i o n o f s u rf a c e f o r p l a s t e ri n g . T o o l s r e q u i r e d f o r P l a s t e ri n g . n a i l s .s c re w . n u t s . M a t e r i a l s u s e d i n j o i n e r y . Earth work for Road formation. Materials used for scaffolding . Method of embankment construction.

M e t h o d s o f d a m p p ro o f i n g b a s e m e n t ground floors. Under Coat & finishing coat.C. Process for 17 18 Damp proofing : Sources of Dampness. Application of varnish coats Methods of polishing metal. 11. Effect of Dampness. Preparation of surface. Priming.Methods of cleaning old surface repairing of old surface. Painting of other surfaces Methods of painting of brick work &plastered. 12 13 Painting or iron and steel work. Methods fo r laying damp proof Coats in existing buildings. papering. Painting of wood work Tools required for painting. Repair of old painti ng. Knotting. Distempering. T o o l s a n d m a t e ri a l s r e q u i r e d f o r w a l l placing wall paper in old and new walls. wood. Damp proofing for flat and pitched roofs a nd window sills. Stopping. Precautions to be t a k e n t o p r e v e n t d a m p n e s s . Painting of a new W oodwork . plinth and walls. Process for application of cement paint on new and old surfaces. 44 . Repairing of old wood work . Tools required for distempering.T o o l s & M a t e ri a l r e q u i r e d f o r p a i n t i n g . r i m i n g c o a t & application of final coat. P r o c e s s o f varnishing and Polishing. W . Methods of d i s t e m p e r s .Surface Faults or defects in p ainting work and their remedial measures Varnishing and polishing T o o l s re q u i r e d f o r v a r n i s h i n g a n d p o l i s h i n g .preparation of surface. Operation involved in painting of a masonry works. Special damp proofing arrangements in bathrooms. 14 15 16 Cement painting Tools & materials for cement painting. M e t h o d s o f p a i n t i n g o f n e w s t e e l w o rk . Wall papering. and kitchen.re p a r a t i o n o f s u r f a c e . knotting and priming.

Rolled Structural Steel Section Rolled Struc tural steel section comprising of Beam & Channel & a n g l e s . Knowledge of drawings: Methods of construction of ellipse. Method of fabrication by r i ve t i n g .19 Ti m b e r W o r k s Repair and maintenance of decayed buildings & replacement of fittings. A n t i . u s e o f g l a z e d t i l e s f o r f l o o r i n g .Anti-termite treatment for soil.Ma terial r e q u i re d f o r c l e a n i n g o l d g l a s s p a n e s a n d m e t h o d o f c l e a n i n g . Anti-termite treatment for wood work in Building. bolting a n dW e l d i n g . V i t r i f i e d Ti l e s W o r k Method of cleaning of China Clay glazed Tiles and materials r e q u i re d f o r c l e a n i n g . parabola and rectangular hyperbola cycloidal (sp. M a i n t e n a n c e o f S t e e l S t ru c t u r e s a n d p r e v e n t i o n f r o m c o r r o s i o n .t e r m i t e Tr e a t m e n t i n B u i l d i n g s Method of anti-termi te treatment for walls . U s e o f s u c h m a t e ri a l s f o r f a b r i c a t i o n of Shed.) and involute curve. w a l l d a d o etc. 21 22 21 22 CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 45 . timber components in 20 Glazing Work Tools required :Methods of cutting glass and fixing glass as describ ed. including its elementary properties.

3. Plans – Standard symbols for wiring and electrical fittings.C. Sections-Residential building upto five floors. B ri c k masonry in cement mortar. C . 6. Earth work in excavation. C e m e n t P l a s t e r .P R AC TI C A L CLASS XII 6 HOURS 6 0 M AR K S 1. R. P r o c e d u r e of preparing working drawings. d. W hile washing and colour washing. Roof plans and plot plans. Plastering and pointing with cement mortar in d i f f e r e n t p ro p o r t i o n s . Bricks and stone masonry in cement and lime mortar. W h i t e w a s h i n g o n a n e w s u rf a c e . B u i l d i n g b y e l a w p a p e r m a t t e r c a n b e i n c re a s e d e p e n d i n g o n r e vi s i o n o f m u n i c i p a l r u l e s 5. S e l e c t i o n o f a p p r o p ri a t e s c a l e f o r d ra w i n g s . C o a rs e p r o c e d u r e . plumbing symbols. II III IV V VI Commercial Building/ R e s i d e n t i a l B u i l d i n g s / d i f f e r e n t r o o m s / w o rk h o m e s o n e r o o m a p a rt m e n t s w i t h f u l l u t i l i z a t i o n o f s p a c e & b u d g e t Institution building/Schools/ Community centre / Library building Landscaping C o l o u r i n g o f t h e d ra w i n g o n t h e p ri n t .Cement concrete floor. T o d o r a t e a n a l y s i s o f t h e f o l l o w i n g i t e ms o f w o r k . I. c. W o r k i n g d r a w i n g b a s i c s – B u i l d i n g c o d e s a n d s t a n d a r d s f o r r e f e r e n c e . B . Cement concrete in foundation. Heating / Airconditioning and ventilating symbols. Elevations –Exterior ele vations. C o n f o r m i n g t o Building bye law using AUTOCAD(optional) 46 .C. To calculate quantities of materials for: a. Painting new wood work . Interior elevations. b. i n r o o f s l a b s . To prepare a detailed estimate of a s mall residential building with flat roof. Panelled and glazed door. Plain concrete of different proportion. 2 . C o a r s e r u b b l e m e a s u r i n g s t o n e i n c o n c r e t e m o r t a r . a n d R . 4 .

Market survey of basic materials used for finishing & furnishing of interiors with Project work by attending seminars fairs & exhibitions. Use of new technology & materials e. care and maintenance.Usage of illumination for Special Halls . elementary anatomy and human body measurement . Floor coverings light fixtures. Alternative lighting system and their application.Values of Indian thought and philosophy in relation to visual communication medium. Use of Natural Lights Sunlight & proper conservation of artificial light.Social Current trends influence on Art Forms & their effects. File work of samples to be collected with price.ergonomatic assessment. Types of lighting system & their proper application uses & disadvantages. rods.Use of various fixtures in various interiors (residences offices & commercials spaces.use of new technology & materials.environmental controlled factors in controlled space. 47 . Locks handles fittings of doors & windows Switches – types to collect. selection. their Cost. metal furnishings upholstery glass etc. Communication graphics of design ideas. Arrangement of space in relation to the performance . size.Religious Cultural & Cross cultural . vases. work homes mezzanine rooms. Electricals & Lighting – Fitting & Fixtures: Role of lighting .Usage of Spotlights & Special lights for creation of Art & Artifacts Points to be considered for while designing special residential houses. Materials of curtains& upholstery – Types & styles for urban & semi urban -e. hooks. selection of materials and finishes with proper working knowledge of newer technologies & use of Vastu Shastra & Fengshui . Types of Curtain . rings etc. width & types to be used for upholstery & drapes. drapes . fundamental factor in design.paintings & beautiful show pieces statues.g. Curtains.g. Creative use of Fittings & fixtures to appeal to the eyes. Door knobs. small water falls. Analysis of other forms of arts . Production techniques and criteria arrangement of. appreciate aesthetic value in design . novelty with various materials cost effective Appreciation of Visual Arts: Understanding of Symbolism. tapes.FURNISHING & FITTINGS CLASS XI Theory Marks 40 3 Hours Design & layouts for furnishing. prices.Sybmolism in Arts . Use of different trends & styles. Applications to various raw materials used in furniture wood. Furnishings & fittings of different upholstery. Proper Safety & Illumination standards for specific spaces. brochures to be taken. Commercial Conferences Corridors & Open Spaces like Roof Gardens etc. Design of fixtures apartments .. cultural artifacts. Built in furniture. springs & construction detailing. Role of lighting in interior design Quality and character of light – its influence on contour and texture.

complexes. Use of Art & accessories Upholstery fittings. colour form & space. Window dressing styles. cafes. Curtain-fittings rods etc Curtain fittings. Communication graphic of design ideas. Use of modern technologies & utilities proper utilization of gadgets & artifacts for proper effect. Textiles used for furnishing:Knowledge of types of textiles & leather natural & synthethic-purpose & design use of –maintenance care & cost .use of right furniture in the right place. retails malls. Aesthetics involved –role of accessories – types according to choice & budget .FURNISHING FITTINGS & ACCESSORIES. artifactsselection arrangement .Importance of gadgets & fittings with interior schemes. patterns. meeting rooms and offices . Optimum utilization of space and better living environment Proper use of Soft furnishings. urban high style to middle income group .gift-wrappings . Role of indoor plants in decoration both 48 . types .Furnishing for walls floors & furniture. textures & mix & matching textiles to create the right effect. Curtain & upholstery fittingsDrapery materials. Proper use & display arrangements-with emphasis on Lighting. eateries. Paintings. lining materials trims & tiebacks. Space organization materials etc. cost . Scope of display techniques and related factors including light.designing. preference & colour harmonies in interior.Quality of printing . To know the cost effectiveness & maintenance & washing related issues & problems.food joints. Proper & effective usage of space colour texture creation of beauty & radiance. selection. Indoor Plants Role of indoor Plants/ bonsai/artificial plants & flowers in decoration in commercial establishments. apartments . Light fixtures Vases. Practicals & Project Work Class XI 3 hours 60 MARKS Use of furnishing& Fittings Its uses & importance. pubs. Textiles stenciling fabric painting right . Venetian Blinds. bars.care & maintenance . dyeing techniques. corporate houses. Use of colours in interiors factors influencing colour selection shape size of rooms activity orientation. Utility articles-wrapping paper . retail chain outlets. care & maintenance. residential homes . Floor coverings. restaurants .

Field trips. Visits to sites & furnishing units Creating new furnishing design makingCollection of various brochures /samples from various manufacturers create project reports. To visit construction sites. Rhythm .seminars & create models . Harmony –its effectiveness in daily life. Harmony Function. Texture. seminars .selection of suitable plants & their care & proper maintenance. Space.Decorative design using principles of Design: Line. models . 4. Colour. Form. 49 . residential houses visits to exhibitions . project work ( Internal Marking ) to imbibe proper knowledge acquired.Also to read materials both in print and through internet available in various international & monthly publications basically to gather knowledge & information and make project report files to be assessed internally using the techniques like Structural &. Indoor gardening-brief introduction. Furnishing to plan for single room apartments & residential homes Planning to furnish Retails outlets . 5.indoors & outdoors. Balance.colour form. Project work on types of furnishings used from renaissance to modern age. 2.. and space.. 1.entertainment areas etc. 3.Emphasis and Unity. Scope of display techniques and related factors including light . 6.

display of lighting effects created. Trail Selection of material for display. Use of right materials. etc. Board Classification. Colour Effect – on Windows .effect of movies music/international events & activities. 3. 5. Pujas. Display Lighting. display as a part of total advertisement effort. etc Display of product at Strategic Location at eye. Planning designing. shopping malls. Important festivals. window display exhibitions display. boards light fittings & mechanical devices used in display. 6. 7. exclusive showrooms .Shelves Racks Display Counters /hanging racks Effect of seasons – Window displays/racks display counters Use of various themes.DISPLAY WINDOW DRESSING & ACCESORIES CLASS XII THEORY MARKS 40 3 HOURS Types of display and their scores.for eye catching impact.shelf product display for impulsive sales..Store display in retails chain malls retail outlets.display exhibition . Any important event . product launch display. Role of Sculpture & Murals indoors and outdoors. product launch display.use of earthen & classy wares to enhance effects. 50 .Class XII 3 Hours 1.various textiles dry flowers laces curls proper backdrops for windows shelf using proper shapes sizes & use of light & colour . Designing displays for shop windows selling various products. Valentine’s day Xmas /world cups . PRACTICALS & LIVE PROJECT WORK:. 4.Light as a means of highlighting or suppressing any feature . shelf product display for impulsive sales.level proper product Merchandising Use of ribbons . Occasions. light and its effect on colour .different types of light sources and their proper uses. 60 Marks Store display window . Mechanism of display apparatus . Space Organisation. trail selection of materials for display . frills special lights & backgrounds backdrops for right ambience 2. entertainment houses .preparation of graphic display material.merchandising display . role of sculpture & mural in and out of building. Use of ethnic styles. Colour & light in display.space organisation . Simple Stands. New Product launch.

Adhesives non-ferrous metals Brass Aluminum Copper T Square & set Squares. 4. Wall Open space – Functional Use Racks to store materials 51 . 8. 3. 10. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Drafting tables Computers Reference books Working labs-Home science Laboratories Carpenter tools Masons Tools Paint Brushes & cans Masonry devices Tin Smith’s working instruments Scaffolding materials/temporary staging materials Electrical Drills – with various measures Safety equipments Sand Paper. 12 13. Pens Rotering Model display Table Cupboards White Board. 9. 11. 2. 5. 6. 7.Markers & dusters Display Boards Glass Cupboards for display of materials Show cases for display of models/awards etc.LIST OF EQUIPMENTS:Requirements:- 1.

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