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1. Explain the basis and working of atomic reactor? V.V.important


1. Basis of atomic reactor: - A controlled chain reactions is the basis of atomic reactor.
2. Fuel: - The fuel used in an atomic reactor is Uranium-235
3. Working: - The nuclear fission of U-235 is carried out by bombarding it with slow neutrons. The
nuclear chain reaction is thus set in. it is controlled by boron steel or cadmium rods. Thus, the
liberation of energy in the fission process is controlled.
4. The energy released is used to heat water to convert it into steam, the steam in turn is used to
turn turbines and generate electricity.

2. What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process? V.V.important


Ans: 1. Nitrogen fixation: - The Process by which atmospheric nitrogen is converted into its
compound is called Nitrogen fixation.
2. Physical Process of Nitrogen fixation: -
[A] During lightning, the atmospheric nitrogen is oxidized to nitrogen dioxide NO2
[b] The Nitrogen dioxide then gets dissolved in rain water to form nitrous and nitric acids which are
taken to the soil along
With the rain Water.
[c] In the soil, they react with other elements to form nitrogen compounds.
[d] This process of Nitrogen fixation is called Physical process of Nitrogen fixation

1. Give Four Physical Properties of Hydrogen Sulphide?


1. Hydrogen sulphide gas is colourless 2. It has rotten egg like odour 3. It is heavier than air 4. It is
partially soluble in water.

2. Name the allotropes of phosphorous.


The allotropes are: -1. Yellow phosphorus 2.Red phosphorus

3. Fuel containing less proportion of sulphur should be used.


1. Fossil fuel contains sulphur. Combustion of fossil fuels releases oxides of sulphur, i.e. mainly
sulphur dioxide
2. Sulphur dioxide is a pollutant. It causes irritation of eyes, throat. It may also lead to bronchitis
and other respiratory
Disorders.

4. Ethylene undergoes addition reaction


1. Ethylene is an unsaturated hydrocarbon. 2. in its molecule there is a Carbon-Carbon double bond
(C=C). Hence,

5. Cancer cannot be diagnosed (Cured) in its early stage.


1. Cancer does not show any symptom for a long time.
2. The detection or diagnosis of cancer, therefore, is not possible in its early stage.

6. Write Molecular formula for 1. Limonite (2Fe2O3) 2. Haematite (Fe2O3) 3. Copper glance
(Cu2S) 4. Cup rite (Cu2O)

7. Write two functions of Vitamin B12


1. Vitamin B12 is essential for maturation of cells.
2. Vitamin B12 is necessary for the proper functioning of the nervous System
3. B12 plays an important role in the formation of red blood corpuscles.

8. Which are fat soluble vitamin ans: - 1.Vitamin A 2.Vitamin D 3.Vitamin E


4.Vitamin K

9. What is the importance of the following in our diet?


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1. Vitamin K: - Vitamin K helps in the formation of prothrombin, a kind of protein necessary for the
clotting of blood.
2. Minerals: - Minerals are necessary for regulatory and protective functions in the body.

10. Four methods of concentration of ores Ch 4


Ans: - The Four methods used for removing gangue from ores are
1. Washing 2. Froth floatation 3. Magnetic separation 4. Chemical Separation

11. Name Four Alloy of Steel?


Ans: - 1. Stainless Steel 2. Tungsten Steel 3. Manganese Steel 4. Chrome Steel.

12. What is Magnalium?

Ans: - Magnalium is an alloy of aluminium. It Contains aluminium and magnesium.

13. What is blister Copper?

Ans; - The Copper obtained from the converter, which has blistered appearance on the surface is
called Blister Copper. Due to escaping of SO2 gas from the molten mass of the metal as it cools,
the metal surface has blistered appearance. It contains 98.5% Copper.

14. Name the important minerals Containing Phosphorus?

Ans: - The Important minerals containing phosphorus are:-1. Phosphorite Ca3 {Po4}2 2.
Fluorapatite 3Ca3 {PO4}2
3. Chlorapatite 3Ca3 {PO4}2 4. Wavellite 4ALPO4

15. Name two secondary pollutants.


Ans: - Secondary pollutants 1. Ozone 2. Peroxyacetyl nitrate {PAN}

16. Write two tests to identify hydrogen sulphide gas.

Ans: - 1. Hydrogen sulphide gas has a smell of rotten eggs.


2. A stripe of moist lead acetate paper turns black when it comes in contact with H2S

17. Name two endogenous processes by which vegetables and fruit perish
Ans: - 1.Respiration 2. Transpiration

18. Enlist the names of any four natural food preservatives.

Ans-- 1. Sugar 2. Salt 3. Oil and 4. Spices.

19. Solar energy is essential for Bio-chemical cycle.

ANS: - The energy required for the operation of different biogeochemical cycles is obtained from
solar energy.
Therefore, solar energy is essential for Bio-chemical cycle

20. State the effect of Kidney failure on health

1. Oedema occurs due to the accumulation of poisonous substances in the tissue of the body.
Increase in urea of blood leading to Uraemia.

21. Name the important alloy of copper and their Compositions (Important)
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Ans: - 1. Brass: - Copper {60-90%}, Zinc {40-10%} 2. Bronze: - Copper {81-90%}, Tin {19-10%}
3. German silver: -Copper: - {50%}, Zinc {25%}, Nickel {25%} 4. Bell Metal: - Copper:
- {78%}, Tin {22%}
5. Gun Metal: - Copper: - {88%}, Tin {10%}, Zinc {2%}.

22. Producer V/S Consumer

23. A. Give the uses of Sulphur in the field of agriculture.

23. B. Write the four causes of human diseases.


Ans: - 1. Organic failure 2. Metabolic disorders 3. Hereditary defects 4. Environmental
pollutants.

23. C. State the effect of deficiency of iodine on health.


Ans: - Deficiency of iodine causes goitre, i.e. enlargement of the thyroid gland.
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24. Give important application of each of the following. 1. Duralumin 2. Magnalium

1. Duralumin: - It is used to prepare bodies and parts of aircrafts and buses. It is used to prepare
Kitchen ware.
2. Magnalium:- It is used to prepare beams of scientific balances. It is used to prepare household
appliances and parts of
Aircraft.

25. Give the important properties of Gun metal.


1. Gun metal: - It is very strong and resistant to corrosion [destroy gradually by chemical
reaction] water and
Atmosphere

26. Give physical properties of Alum and Blue Vitriol


1. Alum: - 1. It is white crystalline compound 2. It is soluble in water and its aqueous solution
is acidic.
2. Blue Vitriol: - 1. It is a blue crystalline Compound 2. It is soluble in water

27. Give the uses of the following 1.Green Vitriol {ferrous sulphate} 2. Bleaching
Powder and 3. Alum
1. It is used as a mordant in dyeing 2. It is used as an insecticide in agriculture 3. It is used in
preparing ink.
2. It is used for bleaching clothes. 2. It is used paper and textile industries. 3. It is used for
disinfecting water.
3. It is used as a mordant in tanning industry 2. It is used to arrest bleeding 3. It is used in
medicine 4. Purification of
Drinking water.

28. Write the names of four alloys of Aluminium and give their compositions
1. Duralumin: - Aluminium (95%) Copper (4%) Magnesium (1%) and Manganese (small
amount)
2. Magnalium: - Aluminium (90%) Magnesium (10%)
3. Aluminium Bronze: - Copper (88-96.1%) Aluminium (10.5%) and minute quantities of
Iron and Tin
4. Alnico alloy: - Aluminium, Nickel, Cobalt.

29. What is Efflorescence? Give two examples? Pg No 63

30. What is the double salt made up of potassium and aluminium sulphate commonly
called? Write it’s molecular for
The double salt made up of potassium and aluminium sulphate commonly called Alum.
Molecular Formula: - K2SO4. Al2 (SO4)3.24H2O

31. The following report is observed in the school health inspection. Name the diseases.

1. Sathis cannot see in dim light.

Ans: - Night-Blindness

2. Bleeding of Gums of Udayar.

Ans: - Scurvey

3 Selva has moon shaped face

Ans: - Kwashiorker
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4 Raja has brittle and weak bones

Ans: - Rickets Due to the deficiency of Vitamin D

5 Food habits that cause’s facial paralysis

Ans: -Excessive intake of Vitamin D

31 State the necessary precautions to avoid the following disorders. Pg no 90


1. Arteriosclerosis 2. To control diabetes 3. Obesity
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32. Describe the processes of ammonification and nitrification (March 03)
Ammonification: - The Process by which organic nitrogenous compounds are converted into
ammonia by the activity of micro organisms is called ammonification.
Nitrification: - The process in which ammonia is first converted into nitrite and then to nitrate is
called nitrification.

33. What is the possible disorder due to excessive or over consumption of Vitamin A in
Diet?

1. Dry itchy Skin 2. Painful swelling of legs and hands 3. Thickening of long bones 4.
Hyperirritability 5. Enlargement of spleen

34. Disadvantages of excessive intake of nutrients?

Excessive intake of nutrients is wastage of nutrients


Excessive intake of nutrients results in several disorders leading to disability or premature death.

35. State the necessary precautions to avoid high blood pressure.

1. Restricting the consumption of saturated fats.


2. Prevention and Control of obesity.
3. Restriction in intake of salt after the age of 35 years.

36. Suggest the treatment for the following

Kidney disorder: - Kidney disorder can be treated by dialysis and kidney transplantation.
Cancer: - Cancer can be treated by surgery, radiations and chemotherapy.
Diabetes: -
Cretinism: - pg no 107

37. in a medical test, it is found that Sugar is present in the urine of Sathya and Suman.
State the name of the disease Name the hormone causing this disease (March 01)

Ans: - 1. Diabetes 2. Insulin

38. What is diabetes? How is it caused? How is it prevented? Pg no 90

39. Blood Sugar level increase in diabetes? 103

40. State the effect of the following. Pg no 105


1. Effects of x ray on health
2. Effects of Air pollution on human health.
3. Effects of deficiency of iodine on health.
4. Effects of physical and mental strain on health.
5. Effects of consumption of saturated fats on health.

41. Four chemical equation on pg no 126. V.V. Important one will come definitely in the
board Exam.

42. Solar energy is essential for bio-chemical cycle


ANS: - The energy required for the operation of different biogeochemical cycles is obtained from solar
energy.
Therefore, solar energy is essential for bio-chemical cycle

43. Food materials should be covered.


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Ans: - Food gets contaminated by micro organisms, if it is not covered.
Therefore, in order to protect food from contamination it should be covered.

MCHP- Mother Child health programme NREP-National Rural employment Programme


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44. (A) Name the hormone secreted by the thyroid gland?
Ans: - The thyroid gland secretes the hormone thyroxine

(b) Write down four effects due to excess secretion. Or what are the four effects of
over secretion of thyroxine.
Ans: - 1. Increased metabolic rate 2. Loss of weight 3. Protruding eyeballs 4.
Hyperactivity

45. What are narcotic drugs? Write the names of two narcotic drugs.
Ans: - 1. Narcotic drugs: - The drugs that produce stupor or sleep are called narcotic
drugs.
2. Names of two narcotic drugs: - 1. Morphine 2. L.S.D (Lysergic
acid diethylamide)

46. Describe Fermentation? Explain the Fermentation of glucose solution with


the help of the balanced
equation? State any two types of Fermentation? And also state the two
uses of Fermentation? Give its
By-products?
Ans: -1. The process in which complex organic compounds are converted into simple
organic ones with
The help of micro organisms is called fermentation. 2. Fermentation is actually
anaerobic respiration
By which micro organisms obtain energy required for their life processes. 3.
Baker’s yeast which
Produces the enzyme Zymase is the common fermenting microbe. 4. During
Fermentation sugar such as
Glucose is converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide and energy is released. 5. The
overall changes
Involved during Fermentation can be represented by the following equation:

C6H12O6 --------- 2C2H5OH + 2CO2 Energy


Glucose Ethyl alcohol Carbon
Dioxide

6. Carbon dioxide produced during the process is returned to the atmosphere.

Two types of Fermentation: - 1. Alcoholic fermentation 2. Lactic acid


fermentation

Two uses of Fermentation: - 1. The process of fermentation is of great use in the


manufacture of alcohol.
2. The curing of tea and tobacco leaves are the other uses of fermentation

By-products are: - 1. Ethyl alcohol 2. Carbon dioxide

47. State any four diseases in children which are controlled by immunization
launched by World Health
Organisation (WHO)
Ans: - 1. Whooping cough 2. Tetanus 3. Polio 4. Tuberculosis 5. Measles.
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48. Plaster of paris is used in the laboratories for sealing and making the
apparatus airtight.
Ans: - 1. When plaster of paris is mixed with proper quantity of water, it hardens. 2.
When it hardens it
Expands slightly. 3. Hence, plaster of paris is used for sealing the gaps in the laboratory
apparatus,
Where airtight arrangement required.
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Burnt Alum

 Methanol is Commercially Important. 74 Food Chain


 At each tropic level from base to apex the energy goes on decreasing in bio Fermentation
pyramid. 119
 Albino persons cannot synthesize the pigment melanin. 103 Hygiene
 Recycling of waste is essential or must. 137 Biogas
 Tobacco should not be consumed in excess 116.
Phosphorescence (Ch 2)
 Malnutrition is Hazardous. 82
 The Present age is called ‘Plastic age’ 136 Catenation (Ch 6)
 Cow dung and crop residue should not be used as a fuel. 136 Pollutant (Ch 1)
 Oxygen is called life supporting gas. 126
 Yellow phosphorus is kept under water. 15
 Energy flow is always unidirectional. 119
 Acidified solution of potassium dichromate turns green when H2S is passed through it. 31
1st June
 Tobacco should not be consumed in excess 116.
 Malnutrition is Hazardous. 82
 The Present age is called ‘Plastic age’ 136
 Cow dung and crop residue should not be used as a fuel. 136
 Oxygen is called life supporting gas. 126
 Yellow phosphorus is kept under water. 15
 Energy flow is always unidirectional. 119
 Acidified solution of potassium dichromate turns green when H2S is passed through it. 31

 Food Spoilage
 Deficiency diseases
 Natural pollutants
 Allotropy (Ch 2)
 Catenation (Ch 6)
 Ore (Ch 4)
 Ductility (Ch 4)
 Malleability (Ch 4)
 Under nutrition (Ch
8)
 Phosphorescence
(Ch 2)
 It is desirable to drink boiled water during an epidemic. 115
 Grasshopper is called the consumer of the first order. 119
 Powdered sulphur is dusted on fruit trees. 30
 German silver is used in making heaters and resistors. 47
 Excessive intake of synthetic vitamin A in the children results in many complications. 89
 Potatoes are irradiated before storing. 98
 Metals are good conductor of electricity.47
 Marble tiles are not used in Kitchen. 64
 Recycling of waste is essential or Must.137
 All ores are minerals but all minerals are not ores. 47
 Smoking is injurious to health. 116
 Vulcanised rubber is used to make tubes and tyres of vehicles. 30
 Malnutrition is Hazardous. Ch 8 82
nd
2 june
 Marble tiles are not used in Kitchen. 64
 Recycling of waste is essential or Must.137
 All ores are minerals but all minerals are not ores. 47
 Smoking is injurious to health. 116
 Vulcanised rubber is used to make tubes and tyres of vehicles. 30
 Malnutrition is Hazardous. Ch 8 82
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 Allotropy (Ch 2)
 Prophylaxis (Ch 13)
 Ductility (Ch 4)
 Malleability (Ch 4)
 Under nutrition (Ch 8)
 Natural Preservatives 11
 Communicable diseases
 Non-communi disease
 Hygiene
 Biogas
 Continuous loud noise is not desirable. Or what are the causes of sound pollution 5
 Oxygen is called life supporting gas. 126
 Glucose is used by players. 79
 Excessive intake of food calories should be avoided. Ch 9 89
 Baking powder is used in the preparation of bread. 65
 Addictives are harmful to human beings. 115
 The existence of life on the earth depends on the sun. 119
 Carbon atoms are capable of forming an almost unlimited number of compounds. 73
 Automobiles vehicles should be checked periodically. 116
 Blood Sugar level increases in diabetes. 103
 A child has moon face. Explain about the Kwashiorker 87
 Freon has great important in commercial use. 71
 Albino persons cannot synthesize the pigment melanin 103
 Marble tiles are not used in Kitchen. 64
3rdjune
 Blood Sugar level increases in diabetes. 103
 A child has moon face. Explain about the Kwashiorker 87
 Freon has great important in commercial use. 71
 Albino persons cannot synthesize the pigment melanin 103
 Marble tiles are not used in Kitchen. 64
 Metals are good conductor of electricity.47
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 Autotrophs (Ch 14)
 Producer (Ch 14)
 Biomass (Ch 14)
 Food Chain (Ch 14)
 Denitrification (Ch 15)
 Natural Preservatives
11
 Recycling (Ch 16)
 Non-communi disease
 Burnt Alum
 Fermentation

 Copper sulphate crystals on heating turn to white powder. 65


 Carbon atoms are capable of forming an almost unlimited number of compounds. 73
 Goitre occurs in hilly regions. Or Mountainous region 83
 Water soluble vitamins cannot be stored in the body. 89
 German silver is used in making heaters and resistors. 47
 It is dangerous to touch Yellow phosphorus. 60
 Compost manures are more effective in agriculture. 136 Q 3
 Cuts of meat should not be used for a longer time. 99
 Ferrous sulphate crystals turn to white on heating. Ch 5 65
 Methane gas is called the Mars gas. 73
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 Solar energy is essential for bio-chemical cycle.
 Copper Sulphate crystals on heating turn to a white amorphous powder.
 Radioactive pollutants are most dangerous ch 1 2
4thjune
 Water soluble vitamins cannot be stored in the body. 89
 German silver is used in making heaters and resistors. 47
 It is dangerous to touch Yellow phosphorus. 60
 Compost manures are more effective in agriculture. 136 Q 3
 Cuts of meat should not be used for a longer time. 99
 Ferrous sulphate crystals turn to white on heating. Ch 5 65
 Methane gas is called the Mars gas. 73
 Solar energy is essential for bio-chemical cycle.
 Copper Sulphate crystals on heating turn to a white amorphous powder.
 Radioactive pollutants are most dangerous ch 1 2
 Methanol is Commercially Important. 74
 The Present age is called ‘Plastic age’ 136

 Food should not be exposed to moist conditions. 101


 An undernourished person is prone to infectious diseases. 83
 Buffet system of serving food should be followed at public places. 24
 Radioactive pollutants are the most dangerous. 02
 Magnesium ribbon continuously burns in a sulphur dioxide gas jar. 31
 Vitamin “C” is the most unstable. 79
 Carbon can form unlimited number of compounds. 73
 Sodium is more reactive than Aluminium. 48
 Vitamin K plays an important role in blood clotting. 80
 Ethylene undergoes addition reaction. 73
 Food items such as milk, fruits, Veg etc. are preserved by keeping them in refrigerators. 99
 Water hyacinth is planted in the water containing 114
 Biogas is a boon to villagers. 137
 Immature food grains should not be harvested.
 Prevention is better than Cure 116
 Wastes [ch 16]
 Catenation
 Food Spoilage
 Hygiene
 Non-communicable
dis’s
 Pollutant
 Phosphorescence
 Deficiency
Diseases.
 An undernourished person is prone to infectious diseases. 83
 Buffet system of serving food should be followed at public places. 24
 Radioactive pollutants are the most dangerous. 02
 Magnesium ribbon continuously burns in a sulphur dioxide gas jar. 31
 Vitamin “C” is the most unstable. 79
 Carbon can form unlimited number of compounds. 73
 Sodium is more reactive than Aluminium. 48
 Vitamin K plays an important role in blood clotting. 80
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 Ethylene undergoes addition reaction. 73
 Food items such as milk, fruits, Veg etc. are preserved by keeping them in refrigerators. 99
 Water hyacinth is planted in the water containing 114
 Biogas is a boon to villagers. 137
 Immature food grains should not be harvested.
 Prevention is better than Cure 116
5thjune
 Carbon can form unlimited number of compounds. 73
 Sodium is more reactive than Aluminium. 48
 Vitamin K plays an important role in blood clotting. 80
 Ethylene undergoes addition reaction. 73
 Food items such as milk, fruits, Veg etc. are preserved by keeping them in refrigerators. 99
 Water hyacinth is planted in the water containing 114
 Biogas is a boon to villagers. 137
 Immature food grains should not be harvested.
 Prevention is better than Cure 116

 uses of phosphorus
 Industry uses of
Sulphur
 Uses of sulphur in
medicine
 Uses of Hydrogen
Sulphide
 Uses of Sulphur
dioxide
 Uses of Copper
Sulphate
 Yellow Phosphorus V/S Red Phosphorus
 Hydrogen Sulphide V/S Sulphur Dioxide.
 Metals V/S Non Metals.
 Sodium is more reactive than Aluminium. 48
 Saturated Hydrocarbons V/S Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons V/S Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
 Fat Soluble Vitamins V/S Water Soluble Vitamins.
 Open Chain V/S Closed Chain.
 The Present age is called ‘Plastic age’
 Cow dung and crop residue should not be used as a fuel.
 Oxygen is called life supporting gas.
 Yellow phosphorus is kept under water.
 Energy flow is always unidirectional.
 Acidified solution of potassium dichromate turns green when H2S is passed through it.
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 Metals V/S Non Metals.
 Sodium is more reactive than Aluminium. 48
 Saturated Hydrocarbons V/S Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons V/S Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
 Fat Soluble Vitamins V/S Water Soluble Vitamins.
 Open Chain V/S Closed Chain.
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 The Present age is called ‘Plastic age’
 Cow dung and crop residue should not be used as a fuel.
 Oxygen is called life supporting gas.
 Yellow phosphorus is kept under water.
 Energy flow is always unidirectional.
 Acidified solution of potassium dichromate turns green when H2S is passed through it.

 Uses of methane
 Uses of Ethylene
 Uses of methanol
 Uses of bio gas
 Uses of Copper
Sulphate
 Industry uses of
Sulphur
 Uses of phosphorus
 Industry uses of
Sulphur

 Healthy child V/S Under nourished Child


 Kwashiorkor V/S Marasmus
 Abiotic Component V/S Biotic Component
 Autotrophs V/S Heterotrophs
 Producers V/S decomposers
 Producer V/S Consumer
 Grasshopper is called the consumer of the first order.
 Powdered sulphur is dusted on fruit trees.
 German silver is used in making heaters and resistors.
 Potatoes are irradiated before storing.
 Metals are good conductor of electricity...
 All ores are minerals but all minerals are not ores.
 Control measures of air pollution
 Vulcanised rubber is used to make tubes and tyres of vehicles.
 Explain about acid rain and its effects. Yellow phosphorus is kept under water.
 Energy flow is always unidirectional.
 Acidified solution of potassium dichromate turns green when H2S is passed through it.

7thjune
 Autotrophs V/S Heterotrophs
 Producers V/S decomposers
 Producer V/S Consumer
 Grasshopper is called the consumer of the first order.
 Powdered sulphur is dusted on fruit trees.
 German silver is used in making heaters and resistors.
 Potatoes are irradiated before storing.
 Metals are good conductor of electricity...
 All ores are minerals but all minerals are not ores.
 Control measures of air pollution
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 Vulcanised rubber is used to make tubes and tyres of vehicles.
 Explain about acid rain and its effects. Yellow phosphorus is kept under water.
 Energy flow is always unidirectional.
 Acidified solution of potassium dichromate turns green when H2S is passed through it.

 Uses of methane Ch 6
 Uses of Ethylene Ch 6
 Uses of methanol Ch
6
 Uses of bio gas
 Uses of Hydrogen
Sulphide
 Uses of Sulphur dioxide
 Uses of Copper
Sulphate
 Important uses of
ammonia
 Nitrification V/S Denitrification.
 Biodegradable Wastes V/S Non-degradable Wastes.
 Autotrophs V/S Heterotrophs.
 Kwashiorkor V/S Marasmus
 Metals V/S Non Metals.
 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons V/S Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
 Photo Synthesis V/S Respiration [Ch 15]
 The existence of life on the earth depends on the sun.
 Carbon atoms are capable of forming an almost unlimited number of compounds.
 Automobiles vehicles should be checked periodically.
 Blood Sugar level increases in diabetes.
 A child has moon face. Explain about the Kwashiorkor
 Freon has great important in commercial use. Pg no 71
 Calcium metal is more reactive than Aluminium Ch 4
 Phosphorus pentoxide is heated with coke at 15000C (Chemical equation)
 Calcium Phosphate is heated with Sand. (Chemical equation)
 Oxygen Cycle (Diagram and Explanation necessary).
 Nitrogen Fixation and its physical process.
 Describe AIDS
 Preparation of Biogas (science part i)
 Blood Sugar level increase in diabetes 103 Q no 8.
 Name the important alloy of Aluminium and give their composition.
 Phosphorus is burnt in air or Yellow phosphorus is exposed to air at room temperature.
(Chemical equation)
 Sulphur is burnt WITH air or Oxygen. (Chemical equation)
 Describe AIDS.
 Name the important alloy of copper and give their composition.
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process.
 How wastes are classified according to their origin.
 State the functions of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
 What are the four types of heart Disease or cardiovascular diseases ch 12 104
 Any four or five Effects of sound pollution on health? Ch 1
 Write essential habits of personal cleanliness.
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 What is hygiene? What are the essential habits to maintain community Hygiene?
 Write the faulty cooking method
 Explain about Oxygen Cycle (Diagram and Explanation necessary).
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process?
 Two line of action taken by the government to meet the food requirement of our country?
 Describe about the Acid Rain
 Importance of ozone layer.
 Effects of sound pollution on health?
 What is diabetes? How is it caused? How is it prevented? Pg no 90
8thjune
 Autotrophs V/S Heterotrophs.
 Kwashiorkor V/S Marasmus
 Metals V/S Non Metals.
 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons V/S Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
 Photo Synthesis V/S Respiration [Ch 15]
 The existence of life on the earth depends on the sun.
 Carbon atoms are capable of forming an almost unlimited number of compounds.
 Automobiles vehicles should be checked periodically.
 Blood Sugar level increases in diabetes.
 A child has moon face. Explain about the Kwashiorkor
 Freon has great important in commercial use. Pg no 71
 Calcium metal is more reactive than Aluminium Ch 4
 Phosphorus pentoxide is heated with coke at 15000C (Chemical equation)
 Calcium Phosphate is heated with Sand. (Chemical equation)
 Oxygen Cycle (Diagram and Explanation necessary).
 Nitrogen Fixation and its physical process.
 Describe AIDS
 Preparation of Biogas (science part i)
 Blood Sugar level increase in diabetes 103 Q no 8.
 Name the important alloy of Aluminium and give their composition.
 Phosphorus is burnt in air or Yellow phosphorus is exposed to air at room temperature.
(Chemical equation)
 Sulphur is burnt WITH air or Oxygen. (Chemical equation)
 Describe AIDS.
 Name the important alloy of copper and give their composition.
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process.
 How wastes are classified according to their origin.
 State the functions of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
 What are the four types of heart Disease or cardiovascular diseases ch 12 104
 Any four or five Effects of sound pollution on health? Ch 1
 Write essential habits of personal cleanliness.
 What is hygiene? What are the essential habits to maintain community Hygiene?
 Write the faulty cooking method
 Explain about Oxygen Cycle (Diagram and Explanation necessary).
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process?
 Two line of action taken by the government to meet the food requirement of our country?
 Describe about the Acid Rain
 Importance of ozone layer.
 Effects of sound pollution on health?
 What is diabetes? How is it caused? How is it prevented? Pg no 90
9thjune
 Nitrogen Fixation and its physical process.
 Describe AIDS
 Preparation of Biogas (science part i)
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 Blood Sugar level increase in diabetes 103 Q no 8.
 Name the important alloy of Aluminium and give their composition.
 Phosphorus is burnt in air or Yellow phosphorus is exposed to air at room temperature.
(Chemical equation)
 Sulphur is burnt WITH air or Oxygen. (Chemical equation)
 Describe AIDS.
 Name the important alloy of copper and give their composition.
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process.
 How wastes are classified according to their origin.
 State the functions of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
 What are the four types of heart Disease or cardiovascular diseases ch 12 104
 Any four or five Effects of sound pollution on health? Ch 1
 Write essential habits of personal cleanliness.
 What is hygiene? What are the essential habits to maintain community Hygiene?
 Write the faulty cooking method
 Explain about Oxygen Cycle (Diagram and Explanation necessary).
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process?
 Two line of action taken by the government to meet the food requirement of our country?
 Describe about the Acid Rain
 Importance of ozone layer.
 Effects of sound pollution on health?
 What is diabetes? How is it caused? How is it prevented? Pg no 90
10thjune
 Name the important alloy of copper and give their composition.
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process.
 How wastes are classified according to their origin.
 State the functions of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
 What are the four types of heart Disease or cardiovascular diseases ch 12 104
 Any four or five Effects of sound pollution on health? Ch 1
 Write essential habits of personal cleanliness.
 What is hygiene? What are the essential habits to maintain community Hygiene?
 Write the faulty cooking method
 Explain about Oxygen Cycle (Diagram and Explanation necessary).
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process?
 Two line of action taken by the government to meet the food requirement of our country?
 Describe about the Acid Rain
 Importance of ozone layer.
 Effects of sound pollution on health?
 What is diabetes? How is it caused? How is it prevented? Pg no 90
11thjune
 What is nitrogen fixation? Explain its physical process?
 Two line of action taken by the government to meet the food requirement of our country?
 Describe about the Acid Rain
 Importance of ozone layer.
 Effects of sound pollution on health?
 What is diabetes? How is it caused? How is it prevented? Pg no 90
112thjune
1. How Carbon dioxide gas is prepared in the laboratory?
2. Describe the process of Preparation of Ammonia Gas in the Laboratory? Name the chemical used.
3. Preparation of Hydrogen Sulphide in the laboratory?
4. Give Molecular Formula of the following. 1. Methane 2. Ethylene 3. Acetylene 4.
Methanol
5. Give two important functions and constituents of protein Ch 7
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6. What are radioactive pollutants? What are their sources Ch 1 6
1. Extraction of Phosphorus
13thjune
2. Cold Flame
3. Frasch Process of Extraction of Sulphur
4. Laboratory preparation of Hydrogen Sulphide Important
Diagram
5. Kipp’s Apparatus
6. Froth Floatation method
7. Oxygen Cycle
8. What are the functions of dietary carbohydrates? Important
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1. State four Symptoms of Marasmus {ch 8}
2. State Five effects of Sound Pollution {ch 1}
3 What are the control measures of air pollution? {ch 1}
3. State four Symptoms of Kwashiorkor { ch 8}
14thjune
4. State Five effects of Sound Pollution {ch 1}
3 What are the control measures of air pollution? {ch 1}
5. State four Symptoms of Kwashiorkor { ch 8}
1. Give the importance of water in living organism { ch 7}
2. Four hazards of malnutrion of human being. { ch 8}
3. How wastes are classified according to their sources or origin?
4. Classify the following wastes into biodegradable and non-degradable?
5. Sulphur is reacting with iron. (Chemical equation)
6. Hydrogen Sulphide gas is passed through an acidified solution of Copper Sulphate. (Chemical
equation)
1. Laboratory preparation of ammonia
2. Laboratory preparation of Carbon Dioxide
3. Energy Flow
15thjune
4. Food Chain
5. Water Cycle IMPORTANT Diagram
6. Last four level of Food Chain
7. Carbon Cycle
8. Zinc is reacts or dilute with hydrochloric acid. (Chemical equation)
9.A mixture of calcium oxide and silica is heated. (Chemical equation)

1. State four Symptoms of Kwashiorkor { ch 8}


2. Give the importance of water in living organism { ch 7}
3. Four hazards of malnutrion of human being. { ch 8}
4. What is arteriosclerosis? Give the effect of it on human body? { ch 9}
5. What are the possible effects of over consumption of vitamin A in diet? { ch 9}
6. What are the possible effects of over consumption of Fluorine? { ch 9}
7. Four methods of concentration of ores Ch 4
8. Ferrous oxide combines with silica in a blast furnace. (Chemical equation)
9. Magnesium is reacted with dilute hydrochloric acid. (Chemical equation)
16thjune
10.What is arteriosclerosis? Give the effect of it on human body? { ch 9}
11.What are the possible effects of over consumption of vitamin A in diet? { ch 9}
12.What are the possible effects of over consumption of Fluorine? { ch 9}
13.Four methods of concentration of ores Ch 4
14.Ferrous oxide combines with silica in a blast furnace. (Chemical equation)
15.Magnesium is reacted with dilute hydrochloric acid. (Chemical equation)
 Autotrophs (Ch 14)
 Producer (Ch 14)
 Biomass (Ch 14)
 Food Chain (Ch 14)
 Denitrification (Ch
15)
 Natural Preservatives
11
 Recycling (Ch 16)
 Non-communicable
dis’s
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1. Silver is heated with hot and Concentrated Sulphuric acid.


2. Hydrogen Sulphide gas is passed through an acidified solution of antimony Chloride.
3. Iron Sulphate is treated with dilute Hydrochloric acid.
4. Copper is used with concentrated Sulphuric acid. .
5. Solar energy is essential for bio-chemical cycle.
6. Copper Sulphate crystals on heating turn to a white amorphous powder.
17thjune
7. Copper is used with concentrated Sulphuric acid. .
8. Solar energy is essential for bio-chemical cycle.
9. Copper Sulphate crystals on heating turn to a white amorphous powder.

 Wastes [ch 16]


 Catenation
 Food Spoilage
 Hygiene
 Non-communicable
dis’s
 Pollutant
 Phosphorescence
 Deficiency Diseases.
1. A burning magnesium ribbon is held in a gas jar filled with carbon dioxide.
2. A glass rod dipped in concentrated HCL acid is introduced in a gas jar of ammonia.
3. Calcium Carbonate is heated or Lime stone is heated upto 10000C or 9000C
4. Copper Sulphate crystals are heated at 2500C.Temperature.
5. Sodium Carbonate {Washing Soda} is reacted with dilute Hydrochloric Acid [HCL].
18thjune
6. What are the constituents of petroleum? 70
7. Give the Expanded form for: - MCHP, NREP

National Rural Employment programme


Mother Child health programme

Science Part Two Successfully Completed


Full portion of Science 11 Test Will be held on 22nd June
Students should bring their parents on 23rd June for receiving paper
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Science Part One

 Calorific value
 Inert Gases ch 1
 Solution ch 2
 Molarity ch 2
 Normality ch 2
 Electrolysis ch 2
 Electroplating ch
2
 Potential difference ch
3
1. Inert gas elements do not take part in Chemical reactions.
2. In order that a watch should work we have to wind its spring.
3. All halogens are oxidizing agents ch 1
4. water is called universal solvent ch 1
5. An electric fuse is used in domestic supply ch 3
6. Electrical sockets on a wall should be fixed at a height beyond the reach of children ch 3
7. Cadmium rods are used to control the Chain reaction.
8. Stick-dipped water obliquely appears bent at the surface of water.
9. Explain the meaning of electrolyte. Give any two examples.
10.Distinguish between Myopia V/S Hypermetropia.
11.Write short notes on anomalous behaviour of water.
12.Aluminium oxide is amphoteric ch 1
26th
june
13.All halogens are oxidizing agents ch 1
14.water is called universal solvent ch 1
15.An electric fuse is used in domestic supply ch 3
16.Electrical sockets on a wall should be fixed at a height beyond the reach of children ch 3
17.Cadmium rods are used to control the Chain reaction.
18.Stick-dipped water obliquely appears bent at the surface of water.
19.Explain the meaning of electrolyte. Give any two examples.
20.Distinguish between Myopia V/S Hypermetropia.
21.Write short notes on anomalous behaviour of water.
22.Aluminium oxide is amphoteric ch 1
 Kinetic energy
 Ohms Law
 The Volt
 Specific heat
capacity ch 9
 Echo
 Power
 Watt
 Fuel ch 8
1. All halogens are oxidizing agents ch 1
2. A wire became hot when an electric current is passed through it. ch 3
3. An electric fuse is used in domestic supply ch 3
4. Electrical sockets on a wall should be fixed at a height beyond the reach of children ch 3
5. Artificial respiration is necessary for a person who gets a severe electric shock. Ch 3
6. Solar cell is used as an artificial satellite ch 4
7. Dung and dung cakes should not be as a fuel ch 4
8. A bat can fly in the dark ch 7
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9. Sound can not be heard on the moon ch 7
10.Kinetic energy is never negative or Kinetic energy is always Positive ch 5
11.Write short notes on Dobereiner’s Law of Triads. Ch 1
27th
june
12.Artificial respiration is necessary for a person who gets a severe electric shock. Ch 3
13.Solar cell is used as an artificial satellite ch 4
14.Dung and dung cakes should not be as a fuel ch 4
15.A bat can fly in the dark ch 7
16.Sound can not be heard on the moon ch 7
17.Kinetic energy is never negative or Kinetic energy is always Positive ch 5
18.Write short notes on Dobereiner’s Law of Triads. Ch 1
1. Write short notes on Dobereiner’s Law of Triads. Ch 1
2. State Joule’s Law of heating effect of electric current ch 3
3. State Newland’s Law of octaves ch 1
4. Solar cell is used as an artificial satellite ch 4
5. Dung and dung cakes should not be as a fuel ch 4
6. A bat can fly in the dark ch 7
7. Write faraday’s first law of electrolysis
8. State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
9. Write the law of conservation of energy ch 5
10.State the law of refraction of light ch 10
11.State the law of radioactive transformation ch 11
12.Give uses of biogas ch 4
13.Give two important uses of Photovoltaic cell ch 4
14.Inert gas elements do not take part in Chemical reactions
15.What is electro magnet? Give its two applications
 Bio mass
 Bio Gas
 Calorific value ch 8
 Specific heat
capacity
 Dew point ch 9
 Relative humidity ch
9
 Radioactivity
 Radioactive
disintegration
 The Volt

16.State Newland’s Law of octaves ch 1


17.Solar cell is used as an artificial satellite ch 4
18.Dung and dung cakes should not be as a fuel ch 4
19.A bat can fly in the dark ch 7
20.Write faraday’s first law of electrolysis
21.State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
22.Write the law of conservation of energy ch 5
23.State the law of refraction of light ch 10
24.State the law of radioactive transformation ch 11
25.Give uses of biogas ch 4
26.Give two important uses of Photovoltaic cell ch 4
27.Inert gas elements do not take part in Chemical reactions
28.What is electro magnet? Give its two applications
28th
june
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29.State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
30.Write the law of conservation of energy ch 5
31.State the law of refraction of light ch 10
32.State the law of radioactive transformation ch 11
33.Give uses of biogas ch 4
34.Give two important uses of Photovoltaic cell ch 4
35.Inert gas elements do not take part in Chemical reactions
36.What is electro magnet? Give its two applications
 Specific heat
capacity
 Nuclear fission ch
8
 Fossil fuels ch 8
 Nuclear energy ch
8
 Ohms Law
 Inert Gases ch 1
 Solution
 Dew point ch 9
 Relative humidity
ch 9

1. Write any four applications of heating effect of electric current ch 3


2. Name two devises whose working is based on Persistence of vision ch 10
3. State two uses of Compound Microscope ch 10
4. Give two important uses of Photovoltaic cell
5. In winter sometimes the rocks crumble into pieces in cold countries
6. In winter, the pipe lines carrying water burst in cold Countries.
7. Completely filled water bottles when kept in freezer break.
8. Water droplets are seen on the outer surface of a cold drink bottles
9. When a bullet is fired from a gun strikes the target, the target becomes hot.
10.Rockets must have very high driving power.
29th june
11.Give two important uses of Photovoltaic cell
12.In winter sometimes the rocks crumble into pieces in cold countries
13.In winter, the pipe lines carrying water burst in cold Countries.
14.Completely filled water bottles when kept in freezer break.
15.Water droplets are seen on the outer surface of a cold drink bottles
16.When a bullet is fired from a gun strikes the target, the target becomes hot.
17.Rockets must have very high driving power.

✔ Important features of Mendeleyev’s periodic table or merits of Mendeleyev’s


1. Nuclear fission
ch 8
2. Fossil fuels ch 8
3. Solution
4. Dew point ch 9
5. Relative humidity
ch 9
6. Kinetic energy
7. Power
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8. Watt
9. Echo
✔ What are the demerits of Mendeleyev’s Periodic table? Specific heat capacity
1st July
✔ Main features of Long form (Modern} of Periodic table
✔ Transition elements V/S Inner transition elements
✔ Electrolyte V/S Non- electrolyte
✔ Cations V/S anions
✔ When a bullet is fired from a gun strikes the target, the target becomes hot.
✔ Rockets must have very high driving power.
✔ Ionization V/S Dissociation
✔ Cathode V/S Anode
✔ Normal Solution V/S Molar Solution
✔ Inert Gases V/S Normal Elements

1. Kinetic energy V/S Potential energy


2. Electrolyte V/S Non- electrolyte
3. Cations V/S anions
4. Energy V/S Power
5. Solid fuels V/S Gaseous fuels
6. producer gas V/S Water Gas
7. Myopia V/S Hypermetropia
8. Compound microscope V/S Astronomical telescope
9. Alfa Particles V/S Beta Particles
10.Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
11.Cathode Rays V/S X- Rays
12.Important features of Mendeleyev’s periodic table or merits of Mendeleyev’s
13.Controlled chain reaction V/S Uncontrolled chain reaction
 Bio mass
 Bio Gas
 Calorific value ch 8
 Specific heat
capacity
 Dew point ch 9
 Relative humidity
ch 9
 Radioactivity
 Radioactive
disintegration
14.Electrolyte V/S Non- electrolyte
15.Cations V/S anions
16.Energy V/S Power
17.Solid fuels V/S Gaseous fuels
18.producer gas V/S Water Gas
19.Myopia V/S Hypermetropia
20.Compound microscope V/S Astronomical telescope
21.Alfa Particles V/S Beta Particles
22.Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
23.Cathode Rays V/S X- Rays
24.Important features of Mendeleyev’s periodic table or merits of Mendeleyev’s
25.Controlled chain reaction V/S Uncontrolled chain reaction
2nd July
26.Solid fuels V/S Gaseous fuels
27.producer gas V/S Water Gas
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28.Myopia V/S Hypermetropia
29.Compound microscope V/S Astronomical telescope
30.Alfa Particles V/S Beta Particles
31.Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
32.Cathode Rays V/S X- Rays
33.Important features of Mendeleyev’s periodic table or merits of Mendeleyev’s
34.Controlled chain reaction V/S Uncontrolled chain reaction

 Bio mass
 Bio Gas
 Calorific value ch 8
 Specific heat
capacity
 Dew point ch 9
 Relative humidity
ch 9
 Radioactivity
 Radioactive
disintegration
1. Explains the basic and working of atomic reactor?
2. Elecrctical energy from flowing water? Or P.E utilized to generate electricity
3. Write short notes on Production of solar energy?
4. What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy?
5. Resistance in series.
6. Resistance parallel.
7. Electrolyte V/S Non- electrolyte
8. Cations V/S anions
9. Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
10.Myopia V/S Hypermetropia
3rd July
11.Resistance in series.
12.Resistance parallel.
13.Electrolyte V/S Non- electrolyte
14.Cations V/S anions
15.Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
16.Myopia V/S Hypermetropia

1. A Paddle wheel rolls away from the cathode when it is kept inside the discharge tube
2. While using X-Rays for curing skin diseases, long exposure to X-Rays should be avoided
3. X-Rays are used to detect fracture of bones.
4. Watch maker uses a convex lens
5. We can’t see the explosion taking place on the sun?
6. Colour blind persons are unable to distinguish between different colours.
7. Write faraday’s first law of electrolysis
8. State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
9. Explains the basic and working of atomic reactor?
10.Write the law of conservation of energy ch
11.If a glass beaker containing ice cubes is placed on a table its outer surface becomes wet
in a little while ch 9
12.The Principle of echo is used to measure the depth of the sea ch 7
13.What are the units of power in the SI and CGS System? How are they related to each
other?
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Diagram
1. Electrolysis of Copper
Chloride
2. Electroplating of Silver
3. Bio Gas Plant

4th July
14.X-Rays are used to detect fracture of bones.
15.Watch maker uses a convex lens
16.We can’t see the explosion taking place on the sun?
17.Colour blind persons are unable to distinguish between different colours.
18.Write faraday’s first law of electrolysis
19.State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
20.Explains the basic and working of atomic reactor?
21.Write the law of conservation of energy ch
22.If a glass beaker containing ice cubes is placed on a table its outer surface becomes wet
in a little while ch 9
23.The Principle of echo is used to measure the depth of the sea ch 7
24.What are the units of power in the SI and CGS System? How are they related to each
other?

1. Producer gas is used in the manufacture of ammonia. Ch 8


2. A young boy running up the steps has more power than an old person climbing up the steps
slowly. Ch 6
3. What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy ch 4
4. Explain the process by which energy is released from the sun ch 4
5. Write in detail the factors which affect the velocity of sound in air ch 7
6. Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
7. Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11
8. mention the name of four scientist who worked on radioactivity ch 11
9. What is L.P.G? From what source is L.P.G obtained?
10.What is an echo? Under what condition an Echo can be heard.
11.Show the power is equal to force and Velocity?
12.We can’t see the explosion taking place on the Sun?
Diagram
1. Circuit diagram to verify
Ohm’s Law
2.Heating effect of electric
current
13.Explain the process by which energy is released from the sun ch 4
14.Write in detail the factors which affect the velocity of sound in air ch 7
15.Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
16.Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11
17.mention the name of four scientist who worked on radioactivity ch 11
18.What is L.P.G? From what source is L.P.G obtained?
19.What is an echo? Under what condition an Echo can be heard.
20.Show the power is equal to force and Velocity?
21.We can’t see the explosion taking place on the Sun?
5th July
22.What is L.P.G? From what source is L.P.G obtained?
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23.What is an echo? Under what condition an Echo can be heard.
24.Show the power is equal to force and Velocity?
25.We can’t see the explosion taking place on the Sun?

Diagram
1.Solar Cooker
2. Solar Water Heater
3. Cathode Rays travel in Straight
Line
1. Four properties of cathode rays.
7th July
2. Four properties of x Rays.
3. Two uses of Cathode rays.
4. Two uses of X-Rays.
5. Producer gas is used in the manufacture of ammonia. Ch 8
6. A young boy running up the steps has more power than an old person climbing up the steps
slowly. Ch 6
7. What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy ch 4
8. Resistance in series. Explain the process by which energy is released from the sun ch 4
9. Write in detail the factors which affect the velocity of sound in air ch 7
10. Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
11. Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11

8th July
1. Hope’s apparatus
2. Sound Cannot travel
through a liquid
3. Sound Cannot travel
through vacuum
1. Write the principle of Heat Exchange ch 9
2. Write Short notes on Nuclear Energy Ch 8
3. Write Short Notes on Charcoal Ch 8
4. State the SI, MKS, and CGS units of heat ch 9 and
5. The units of specific heat capacity in the MKS and CGS system
6. Four properties of Beta Particles.
7. Four properties Alfa Particles

9th July
1. Four properties of cathode rays.
2. Four properties of x Rays
3. Two uses of Cathode rays.
4. Two uses of X-Rays.
5. Four properties of Beta Particles.
6. Four properties Alfa Particles

1. What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy ch 4


2. Resistance in series. Explain the process by which energy is released from the sun ch 4
3. Write in detail the factors which affect the velocity of sound in air ch 7
4. Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
5. Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11
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6. Producer gas is used in the manufacture of ammonia. Ch 8
7. A young boy running up the steps has more power than an old person climbing up the steps
slowly. Ch 6
8. What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy ch 4
11th
July
9. Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
10.Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11
11.Producer gas is used in the manufacture of ammonia. Ch 8
12.A young boy running up the steps has more power than an old person climbing up the steps
slowly. Ch 6
13.What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy ch 4
OMTEX CLASSES
1. Colour blind persons are unable to distinguish between different colours.
2. Write faraday’s first law of electrolysis
3. State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
4. Explains the basic and working of atomic reactor
5. Resistance in series.
6. Resistance parallel.
12th
July
7. Write faraday’s first law of electrolysis
8. State the Right Hand Rule ch 3
9. Explains the basic and working of atomic reactor
10.Resistance in series.
11.Resistance parallel.

1. Kinetic energy V/S Potential energy


2. Electrolyte V/S Non- electrolyte
3. Cations V/S anions
4. Energy V/S Power
5. Solid fuels V/S Gaseous fuels
6. producer gas V/S Water Gas
7. Myopia V/S Hypermetropia
8. Compound microscope V/S Astronomical telescope
9. Alfa Particles V/S Beta Particles
10.Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
11.Cathode Rays V/S X- Rays
12.Important features of Mendeleyev’s periodic table or merits of Mendeleyev’s
13.Controlled chain reaction V/S Uncontrolled chain reaction
13th
July
14.Solid fuels V/S Gaseous fuels
15.producer gas V/S Water Gas
16.Myopia V/S Hypermetropia
17.Compound microscope V/S Astronomical telescope
18.Alfa Particles V/S Beta Particles
19.Alfa Particles V/S Gamma Rays
20.Cathode Rays V/S X- Rays
21.Important features of Mendeleyev’s periodic table or merits of Mendeleyev’s
22.Controlled chain reaction V/S Uncontrolled chain reaction

1. In order that a watch should work we have to wind its spring.


2. All halogens are oxidizing agents ch 1
3. water is called universal solvent ch 1
4. An electric fuse is used in domestic supply ch 3
5. Electrical sockets on a wall should be fixed at a height beyond the reach of children ch 3
6. Cadmium rods are used to control the Chain reaction.
7. Stick-dipped water obliquely appears bent at the surface of water.
8. Explain the meaning of electrolyte. Give any two examples.
9. Distinguish between Myopia V/S Hypermetropia.
10.Write short notes on anomalous behaviour of water.
11.Aluminium oxide is amphoteric ch 1
12.Inert gas elements do not take part in Chemical reactions.
OMTEX CLASSES
th
14
July
10.Nuclear fission
ch 8
11.Fossil fuels ch 8
12.Solution
13.Dew point ch 9
14.Relative humidity
ch 9
15.Kinetic energy
16.Power
17.Watt
18.Echo
13.All halogens are oxidizing agents ch 1
14.water is called universal solvent ch 1
15.An electric fuse is used in domestic supply ch 3
16.Electrical sockets on a wall should be fixed at a height beyond the reach of children ch 3
17.Cadmium rods are used to control the Chain reaction.
18.Stick-dipped water obliquely appears bent at the surface of water.
19.Explain the meaning of electrolyte. Give any two examples.
20.Distinguish between Myopia V/S Hypermetropia.
21.Write short notes on anomalous behaviour of water.
22.Aluminium oxide is amphoteric ch 1
23.Inert gas elements do not take part in Chemical reactions.

26.Producer gas is used in the manufacture of ammonia. Ch 8


27.A young boy running up the steps has more power than an old person climbing up the steps
slowly. Ch 6
28.What are the difficulties involved in the use of solar energy ch 4
29.Explain the process by which energy is released from the sun ch 4
30.Write in detail the factors which affect the velocity of sound in air ch 7
31.Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
32.Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11
33.mention the name of four scientist who worked on radioactivity ch 11
Diagram
2. Circuit diagram to verify
Ohm’s Law
2.Heating effect of electric
current
34.Explain the process by which energy is released from the sun ch 4
35.Write in detail the factors which affect the velocity of sound in air ch 7
36.Explain the phenomenon of persistence of vision. Ch 10
37.Discuss the importance of X-Rays on medical field. Ch 11
38.mention the name of four scientist who worked on radioactivity ch 11
15th
July

Full portion of Science 1 Test Will be held on 19th July


Students should bring their parents on 20th July for receiving paper
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HISTORY AND CIVICS
1. Rajya sabha called permanent House
2. The Lok sabha is more powerful than
Rajya Sabha
3. The COM has to resign if the L.S passes
a vote of no confidence against it
4. Money bill introduced first only in Lok
sabha
5. If parliament passes a bill for the
second time the president can’t
withhold his assent
6. The PM resign amt’s to resign of ECM.
7. The Pre issues an emergency
proclamation
8. The Legislative Council is call
permanent House

1. 1902 England Signed a treaty with Japan


2. Russia tried t establish its influence over Balkan region
3. In 1917, The united states declared war on Germany
4. The league of nations failed in its objective to achieve world peace
5. It was decided to hand over the German Province of SAAR to France
6. There was Growing discontent in Italy after the first world war
7. Hitler Committed Horrible atrocities against the Jews
8. Hitler opposed Communism
9. In June 1941, Germany attacked Russia
10.Why Was JapanSurrendered
24th
July
11. Hitler opposed Communism
12.In June 1941, Germany attacked Russia
13.Why Was JapanSurrendered

1. Rajya sabha called permanent House


1. The Lok sabha is more powerful than
Rajya Sabha
2. The COM has to resign if the L.S passes
a vote of no confidence against it
3. Governor can dissolve the Legislative
Assembly
4. The Governor Holds his office during the
pleasure
5. The president Is merely the
Constitutional Head
6. The Constitution has vested the
executive powers of the union in the
parliament.
7. Once appointed a judge of the supreme
court can remain in the office till he
complete the age of 65

1. It was difficult for Germany to conquer England in the IInd World War.
3. During the IInd WW the U.S made enormous Profit and emerge as great
4. The Imperial power had to withdraw from their colonies
5. The U.S Proclaimed the policy of Containment of Communism
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6. Nanasaheb Peshwa Participated in the revolt of 1957.
7. Orthodox Hindus were discontented with the British Government

8. Introduction of Enfield and rifles Made the Soldiers Discontent


9. The System of education was not capable of bring any change in the soc’y
10. Social Reformers Gave more stress on religious reformers.
11. The British Govt’t supported the foundation of Indian National Congress.
25th
July
12. The British Govt’t supported the foundation of Indian National Congress.

1. The high court is court of record


1. The president Is merely the Constitutional
Head
2. The Constitution has vested the executive
powers of the union in the parliament.
3. Once appointed a judge of the supreme court
can remain in the office till he complete the
age of 65
4. The Supreme Court is Court of Record
5. Local Government is the training school of
Demo
6. The standing committee is the most important
Committee

27th
July
1. The Role of Hume was beneficial to the Indian leaders
2. It was difficult for Germany to conquer England in the IInd World War.
3 During the IInd WW the U.S made enormous Profit and emerge as great economic power
4 The Imperial power had to withdraw from their colonies
5. The government imposed restrictions on the congress
5 Lord Curzon divided the province of Bengal
6 The Indian national congress was spilt in 1907
5. The Act of 1919 could not satisfy the lokmanya Tilak
6. The Indian opposed the Rowlett Act
7. The Indian Muslims Started the Kailafat movement
8. Gandhi decided to withdraw the non co-operation Movement
9. The swaraj party was formed in 1922
10. The three chaphekar brothers were hanged.

1. Bhagat singh and Batukeshwar Dutt exploded bomb in the Legislative Assembly
2. Completely Disillusioned, gandhiji returned to India from the second round table conference in December
1931
3. DR. Babasaheb Ambedkar Established the Bharatiya Bahishkrit Shikshan Prasarak mandal.
4. The Pune pact was signed between Gandhiji and Dr. Ambedkar.
5. In 1946, the Nizam removed the ban on the Hyderabad State Government.
6. What were the shortcomings of the Cabinet Mission Plan?
7. Who had appointed the provincial government? Why the Muslim league was creates a number of problems
in its operation.
8. The Wavell plan was abandoned or the simla Conference was Failed.
9. The Indian national congress accepted the partition of the Country.
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10.On 16 August 1946 was observed as Direct Action Day by Muslim league
th

29th July
11. The Pune pact was signed between Gandhiji and Dr. Ambedkar.
12. In 1946, the Nizam removed the ban on the Hyderabad State Government.
13. What were the shortcomings of the Cabinet Mission Plan?
14. Who had appointed the provincial government? Why the Muslim league was creates a number of problems
in its operation.
15. The Wavell plan was abandoned or the simla Conference was Failed.
16. The Indian national congress accepted the partition of the Country.
17.On 16th August 1946 was observed as Direct Action Day by Muslim league
11. The Act of 1919 could not satisfy the lokmanya Tilak
12. The Indian opposed the Rowlett Act
13 The Indian Muslims Started the Kailafat movement
14 Gandhi decided to withdraw the non co-operation Movement
Civics
1. What are the qualifications necessary for the membership of Lok Sabha?
2. What are the qualifications necessary for the membership of Rajya Sabha?
3. What are the qualification necessary for the membership of Legislative Assembly
4. What are the qualification necessary for the membership of Legislative Council
5. What are the qualification necessary for the membership of President
6. What are the qualification necessary for the membership of Vice-president
7. What are the qualification necessary for the Judge of the Supreme Court
8. What are the qualification necessary for the Judge of High Court
9. When is the president rule is imposed on the State
10. What are the privileges of the members of parliament
11. State the impact of population Explosion
History
1. What were the causes that led to the enmity among the European nations?
2. Why did the European nation enter the arms race?
3. Which were the leading nations to acquire colonies?
4. Why Italy did joined the Allied powers?
5. Who signed the important treaty of mirrors, and what its clauses related to?
6. Why German Constitution was called the Weimar Constitution.
7. What led to the discontent among the Warring nations after the First World War?
8. How Did Mussolini suppress his opponents?
9. What were the principles of Nazism?
10.Why German forces did took over Austria?
31stJuly
11.How Did Mussolini suppress his opponents?
12.What were the principles of Nazism?
13.Why German forces did took over Austria?
Civics
1. What is the financial power of the council of Minister?
2. Describe the financial power of the governor of India?
3. What is Quorum? What is the Quorum required for the state legislature?
4. Describe the Composition Rajya Sabha?
5. Describe the Composition of Municipal Council?
6. What is a bill? What are the types of Bill?
7. Describe the original jurisdiction of Supreme Court
8. What are the main characteristics of Panchayat Raj in Maharashtra?
9. What is meant by Local Self Government
10.Where are the benches of Maharashtra high court located?
History
1. Why was the Munich Treaty signed?
2. Why did Germany sigh the Non-Agrees ion pact with Russia?
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3. Explain the Hitler’s Principles of Racial Superiority?
4. Why was Hitler opposed to democracy?
5. Between which two groups the World War II Was fought?
6. Explain the war strategy ‘BLITZ KRIEG’ adopted by Hitler?
7. Give the information about the peace treaty with Japan in1951.
8. What were the main objectives of the U.N?
9. What were the main steps in the formation of the U.N.O?
10. What were the contributions of the U.N in the Establishing world peace?
2nd
August
11. Why was Hitler opposed to democracy?
12. Between which two groups the World War II Was fought?
13.Explain the war strategy ‘BLITZ KRIEG’ adopted by Hitler?
14.Give the information about the peace treaty with Japan in1951.
15. What were the main objectives of the U.N?
16. What were the main steps in the formation of the U.N.O?
17. What were the contributions of the U.N in the Establishing world peace?
Civics
1. What were the objectives of the Local self Government?
2. What are the types of the local Self Government?
3. State the Factors that contributed to the emergence to the Panchayat Raj in India?
4. How Gram Panchayat is constituted?
5. What is Gram Sabha? State its function?
6. What the sources of income of the Zilla Parishad?
7. What are the factors conducive to Indian democracy?
8. What civic virtues are developed by education?
9. What are the advantages of mass media?
10. Why is it necessary to eradiate or do away Communalism?
11.Question no 17 , 18 and 25 of civics big answer
12.Question no 6 and 7 of civics big answer
History
1. What led to the discontent among Indian soldiers?
2. What was the contribution of Tatya Tope to the revolt of 1857 revolt?
3. Write about the Significance/importance of the revolts of 1957?
4. On what ground did Lord Dalhousie abolish princely states list them?
5. What is meant by social Renaissance?
6. Write about the work done by mahatma jyotiba phule for the upliftment of women?
7. Name the women who participated from Maharashtra for note worthy
8. What were the objectives of the Indian national congress in the outset?
9. What were the demands of Indian national Congress or moderates?
10. Why did Lokmanya Tilak organise National Festival?
4th
August
11.What was the contribution of Tatya Tope to the revolt of 1857 revolt?
12.Write about the Significance/importance of the revolts of 1957?
13.On what ground did Lord Dalhousie abolish princely states list them?
14.What is meant by social Renaissance?
15.Write about the work done by mahatma jyotiba phule for the upliftment of women?
16.Name the women who participated from Maharashtra for note worthy
17.What were the objectives of the Indian national congress in the outset?
18.What were the demands of Indian national Congress or moderates?
19. Why did Lokmanya Tilak organise National Festival?

Civics
1. The standing Committee is the most important committee?
2. The office of the president of municipal council is of great importance?
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3. There are 33 Zilla parishad in Maharashtra
4. The press in India played most important role in India
5. Panchayat Raj was established in India?
6. The Supreme Court is the Guardian of the Fundamental rights?
7. The Legislative assembly is more powerful than the Legislative council?
8. The Gram Panchayat is the primary and the most important unit of Panchayat Raj/
9. What were the objectives of the Local self Government?
10.State the Factors that contributed to the emergence to the Panchayat Raj in India?

1. Why did Subhash Chandra Bose decided to go from Japan to Germany?


2. Why was Gandhi-Irwin pact signed
3. What were the demands of the hydra bad state congress in the 1942 movement?
4. Why was the Nehru prepared report in 1928?
5. How did Gadar Party uprising in Indiaagainst the British government?
6. Why did Peasants from champ ran launch a Satyagraha?
7. Why did peasants from Kheda district start no tax campaign in 1918?
8. Why did Gandhi choose salt for civil disobedience movement?
9. What was the problem before the newly freed India?
10. What is meant by secularism?
5th
August
11. Why did Peasants from champ ran launch a Satyagraha?
12. Why did peasants from Kheda district start no tax campaign in 1918?
13. Why did Gandhi choose salt for civil disobedience movement?
14.What was the problem before the newly freed India?
15. What is meant by secularism?
Civics
1. Describe the composition of Lok Sabha.
2. What are the methods of amending the Indian Constitution?
3. What are the ways by which parliament controls the executives?
4. State the power and function of the Speaker of Lok sabha?
5. Question no 17 , 18 and 25 of civics big answer
6. Question no 6 and 7 of civics big answer

Full portion of history and civics will be held on 9th august


Students should bring their parents on 10th august for receiving paper
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13th August
1. First 15 Answer the following in economics
2. First 10 Define
3. First 5 Distinguish between

14th August
1. 10 to 25 answer the following in Economics
2 11 to 20 Define
3. 6 to 10 Distinguish between

15th August
1. 15 to 30 Answer the following
2. 20 to 25 Define
3. 11 to 15 Distinguish between
16th August
1. 25 to 35Answer the following in economics
2. 25 to 30 define
3. 13 to 16 Distinguish between
1. 30 to 45 Answer the following in economics
2. 1 to 20 Define 17th August
3. 1 to 16 Distinguish between
1. 45 to 55 Answer the following in economics
2. 15 to 20 Distinguish of economics 18th August
3. First 15 Define

1. First seven answer in brief in Economics


2. 15 to 20 Distinguish of economics 19th August
3. First 15 Define

1. 8 to 15 Answer in brief in Economics 20th August


2 31 to 40 Answer the following in economics
3 15 to 20 Distinguish of economics

1. 13, 14, 17, 19, 22.


2. First seven answer in brief in Economics 21st August
3. 1 to 16 Distinguish between
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TIME TABLE FOR THE FIRST PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

DATE DAY TIME P


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10-12- SUNDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM ENGLISH
12.00
2006
11-12- MONDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM TAMIL/TAMIL 50 AND 100
12.00
2006
12-12- TUESDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2006
13-12- WEDNESDA 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM SCI-1
12.00
2006 Y
14-12- THURSDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM SCI-II
12.00
2006
15-12- FRIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2006
16-12- SATURDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM HISTORY AND CIVICS
12.00
2006
17-12- SUNDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM GEOGRAPHY AND
12.00
2006 ECONOMICS
18-12- MONDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2006
19-12- TUESDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM HINDI/HIND 50 AND 100
12.00
2006
20-12- WEDNESDA HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2006 Y
21-12- THURSDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM MARATHI/MARATHI 50 AND
12.00
2006 100
22-12- FRIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2006
23-12- SATURDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM ALGEBRA
12.00
2006
24-12- SUNDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM GEOMETRY
2006 12.00

RESULT WILL BE DECLARED ON 27TH OF December


PARENTS MUST BE PRESENT WHILE ISSUING THE RESULT
TIME TABLE FOR THE SECOND PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

DATE DAY TIME TIME SUBJECT


02-01- TUESDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM ENGLISH
2007 12.00
03-01- WEDNESDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM TAMIL/TAMIL 50 AND 100
2007 12.00
04-01- THURSDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM SCI-1
2007 12.00
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05-01- FRIDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM SCI-II
2007 12.00
06-01- SATURDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM HISTORY AND CIVICS
2007 12.00
07-01- SUNDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM GEOGRAPHY AND ECONOMICS
2007 12.00
08-01- MONDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
09-01- TUESDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM HINDI/HIND 50 AND 100
2007 12.00
10-01- WEDNESDA HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007 Y
11-01- THURSDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM MARATHI/MARATHI 50 AND 100
2007 12.00
12-01- FRIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
13-01- SATURDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM ALGEBRA
2007 12.00
14-01- SUNDAY 9.00TO 7PM TO 10 PM GEOMETRY
2007 12.00
15-01- HOLIDAY
2007
RESULT WILL BE DECLARED ON 18TH OF January
PARENTS MUST BE PRESENT WHILE ISSUING THE RESULT
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TIME TABLE FOR THE FIRST PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION H.S.C

DATE DAY BATCH A BATCH B SUBJECT


10-12- SUNDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO ENGLISH

2006 12.00 6.30PM


11-12- MONDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY

2006
12-12- TUESDAY 9.00 TO 3.30PM TO TAMIL AND HINDI

2006 12.00 6.30PM


13-12- WEDNESDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY

2006
14-12- THURSDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO ORGANISATION OF COMMERCE

2006 12.00 6.30PM


15-12- FRIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY

2006
16-12- SATURDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTANCY

2006 12.00 6.30PM


17-12- SUNDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY

2006
18-12- MONDAY 3.30PM TO SECRETARIAL PRACTICE

2006 6.30PM
19-12- TUESDAY 3.30PM TO MATHS - 1

2006 6.30PM
20-12- WEDNESDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY

2006
21-12- THURSDAY 3.30PM TO MATHS -11

2006 6.30PM
22-12- FRIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY

2006
23-12- SATURDAY 9.00 TO 3.30PM TO ECONOMICS

2006 12.00 6.30PM


RESULT WILL BE DECLARED ON 26TH OF December
PARENTS MUST BE PRESENT WHILE ISSUING THE RESULT
TIME TABLE FOR THE SECOND PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

DATE DAY TIME TIME SUBJECT


02-01- TUESDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO ENGLISH
2007 6.30PM
12.00
03-01- WEDNESDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO TAMIL AND HINDI
2007 6.30PM
12.00
04-01- THURSDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
05-01- FRIDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO ORGANISATION OF COMMERCE
2007 6.30PM
12.00
06-01- SATURDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
07-01- SUNDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNT
2007 6.30PM
12.00
OMTEX CLASSES
08-01- MONDAY 3.30PM TO SECRETARIAL PRACTICE
2007 6.30PM
09-01- TUESDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
10-01- WEDNESDAY 3.30PM TO MATHS - 1
2007 6.30PM
11-01- THURSDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
12-01- FRIDAY 3.30PM TO MATHS -11
2007 6.30PM
13-01- SATURDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
14-01- SUNDAY 9.00TO 3.30PM TO ECONOMICS
2007 6.30PM
12.00
15-01- HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
2007
RESULT WILL BE DECLARED ON 18TH OF January
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ORGANISATION OF COMMERCE
• What are the features of sole trading concern? Any seven points
• What are the features of partnership firm? Any Seven Points.
• What are the features of Joint Stock Company? Any seven points 1St TH
June
• What are the features of Joint Hindu family? Any seven points
• What are the features of Co-operative society? Any seven points
• Give performa of Types of Crossing
• Distinguish between sole trading V/S partnership firm
• Distinguish between Joint Stock Company V/S partnership firm
• Distinguish between Joint Hindu family V/S partnership firm
• Distinguish between Co-operative society V/S partnership firm
• Distinguish between Joint Stock Company V/S Co-operative society
• What are the features of sole trading concern? Any seven points
• What are the features of partnership firm? Any Seven Points.
• What are the features of Joint Stock Company? Any seven points 2nd June
• What are the types of Partner?
• What are the types of Partnership?
• What are the types of Consumer?
• Distinguish between Joint Hindu family V/S partnership firm
• Distinguish between Co-operative society V/S partnership firm
• Distinguish between Joint Stock Company V/S Co-operative society
• Saving Account V/S Current Account
• Current Account V/S Fixed deposit account.
• Commercial bank V/S Co-operative Bank
• Give performa of cheque
• What are the types of Partner?
• What are the types of Partnership?
• What are the types of Consumer
• What are the advantages of Road Transport? 3rd June
• What are the disadvantages of Road Transport?
• What are the advantages of Rail transport?
• What are the disadvantages of Rail transport?
• What are the features of Joint Hindu family? Any seven points
• What are the features of Co-operative society? Any seven points
• Saving Account V/S Current Account
• Current Account V/S Fixed deposit account.
• Commercial bank V/S Co-operative Bank
• What are the advantages of Water Transport?
• What are the disadvantages Water Transport?
• What are the advantages of Air Transport?
• What are the disadvantages Air Transport? 4th June
• What is meant by Partnership deed?
• Write short notes on memorandum of Association?
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• What are the types of life insurance policies?
• What are the types of Fire insurance policies?
• Salesmanship V/S Advertising
• Water Transport V/S Road Transport
• Road Transport V/S Rail Transport
• Water Transport V/S Air Transport 5TH june
• Rail Transport V/S Air Transport
• What is meant by Partnership deed?
• Write short notes on memorandum of Association?
• What are the types of life insurance policies?
• Rail ways V/S Water Way
• Cheque V/S Bank Draft
• Over Draft V/S Cash Credit
• Commencement certificate
• Define Sole trading Concern? And also explain its Merits and Demerits?
• Define Partnership firm? And also explain its Merits and Demerits?
• What are the types or kinds of partners? 6TH june
• What are the types or kinds of partnership?
• Certificate of incorporation

• Salesmanship V/S Advertising


• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of Cheque? 7th june
• Define Joint Stock Company? And also explain its Merits and Demerits?
• Different types of life insurance policies?
• Different types of Fire insurance policies?
• Give performa of Certificate of incorporation
• Different types of Marine insurance policies?
• Give performa of Commencement Certificate or trading certificate?
• Write short notes on Physical qualities of salesman?
• What is meant by articles of association?
• What is meant by statement of lieu of prospectus? 8th june
• Write about certificate of incorporation?
• What are the types of cheque
• Define Joint Stock Company? And also explain its Merits and Demerits?
• Write short notes on Physical qualities of salesman?
• Different types of Marine insurance policies?
• Life insurance policy V/S Fire insurance policy
• What are the procedure for obtain of fire insurance policies?
• What are the procedure for obtain of marine insurance policies?
• Give performa of Certificate of incorporation 9th june
• Double insurance V/S Re-insurance
• Director V/S Managing Director
• Advantages of Transport
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• Memorandum of Association V/S Articles of Association
• Public limited company V/S Private Limited Company
• Share V/S Debentures. 10TH june
• What are the types of Consumer?
• Different types of life insurance policies?
• Define Joint Hindu Family business? And also explain its Merits and Demerits
• Advantages of Transport.

• Consumer Rights
• Importance of consumer movement?
• Memorandum of Association V/S Articles of Association 11TH june
• Public limited company V/S Private Limited Company
• Share V/S Debentures
• Consumer Rights
• Importance of Consumer Movement
• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of Cheque?
• Advantages of Transport 12TH june
• Director V/S Managing Director
• Memorandum of Association V/S Articles of Association
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Consumer and Society?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Shareholders and
Government?
• What is meant by articles of association?
• Importance of transport?
• What is meant by statement of lieu of prospectus? 13th june
• What are the features of partnership firm? Any Seven Points.
• What are the features of Joint Stock Company? Any seven point?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Consumer and Society?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Shareholders and
Government?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Employ and Shareholders?
• What is foreign trade? Explain the import trade procedure in brief?
• Importance of Consumer Movement
• Consumer Rights
• Director V/S Managing Director 14TH june
• Public limited company V/S Private Limited Company
• Share V/S Debentures
• What are the physical qualities of sales man?
• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of Cheque? 15th june
• Importance of Consumer Movement
• Consumer Rights
• Define Co-operative society? Explain its merits and demerits?
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• What is foreign trade? Explain the import trade procedure in brief?
• What is foreign trade? Explain the Export trade procedure in brief? 16TH june
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Consumer and Society?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Shareholders and
Government?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Employ and Shareholders?
• Define Co-operative society? And also explain its Merits and Demerits.
• Importance of transport
• Importance of Consumer Movement
• What are the types of Cheque?
• Share V/S Debentures
• What is foreign trade? Explain the import trade procedure in brief?
• What is foreign trade? Explain the Export trade procedure in brief? 17TH june
• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of ware house?
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Employ and Shareholders?
• Define Co-operative society? And also explain its Merits and Demerits.
• Importance of transport
• Importance of Consumer Movement
• What are the types of Cheque?
• Share V/S Debentures
• Define sole trading concern? Explain its merits and demerits?
• What is foreign trade? Explain the Export trade procedure in brief? 18TH june
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Consumer and Society?
• Define Partnership firm? Explain its merits and demerits?
• Director V/S Managing Director
• Memorandum of Association V/S Articles of Association
• Public limited company V/S Private Limited Company
• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of ware house?
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• Define sole trading concern? Explain its merits and demerits?
• What is foreign trade? Explain the Export trade procedure in brief? 19TH june
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Consumer and Society?
• Define Partnership firm? Explain its merits and demerits?
• Director V/S Managing Director
• Memorandum of Association V/S Articles of Association
• Public limited company V/S Private Limited Company
• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of ware house?

• Define sole trading concern? Explain its merits and demerits?


• What is foreign trade? Explain the Export trade procedure in brief? 20TH june
• Social responsibility of commercial organisation towards Consumer and Society?
OMTEX CLASSES
• Define Partnership firm? Explain its merits and demerits?
• Director V/S Managing Director
• Memorandum of Association V/S Articles of Association
• Public limited company V/S Private Limited Company
• What are the types of bank account?
• What are the types of ware house?
• Certificate of incorporation
• Commencement certificate or trading certificate 21st june
• Give the performa of Cheque
• Give the performa of Bank draft
• Specimen complaint letter to district forum
• Types of crossing (Special and General Crossing)
• Certificate of incorporation
• Commencement certificate or trading certificate 22nd june
• Give the performa of Cheque
• Give the performa of Bank draft
• Specimen complaint letter to district forum
• Types of crossing (Special and General Crossing)
• Give the performa of Letter of regret.
• Give the performa of Balance ticket

• Specimen complaint letter to district forum


• Types of crossing (Special and General Crossing) 23rd june
• Give the performa of share certificate
• Give the performa of Withdrawal slip
• Give the performa of Letter of regret.
• Give the performa of Balance ticket
• Give the performa of share certificate
• Certificate of incorporation
• Commencement certificate or trading certificate
• Give the performa of Withdrawal slip 24th june
• Give the performa of Letter of regret.
• Give the performa of Balance ticket
• Give the performa of Proxy form
• Letter for opening an current account
• Give the performa of share certificate
• Give the performa of Withdrawal slip
• Give the performa of Letter of regret. 25th june
• Give the performa of Balance ticket
• Give the performa of Proxy form
• Letter for opening an current account
• Ware house receipt
• Letter to LIC of India for maturity of insurance claim.
• Ware house receipt
OMTEX CLASSES
• Letter to LIC of India for maturity of insurance claim.
• Commencement certificate or trading certificate
• Give the performa of Withdrawal slip 26th june
• Give the performa of Letter of regret.
• Letter for opening an current account
• Letter for asking life insurance policy
• Letter for taking out marine insurance policy
• Ware house receipt
• Letter to LIC of India for maturity of insurance claim.
• Letter for opening an current account 27th june
• Letter for asking life insurance policy
• Letter for taking out marine insurance policy
• Letter for claiming Loss from a marine insurance policy
• Letter for taking out fire insurance policy
• Certificate of origin
• Mate Receipt
• Letter to the bank for granting Overdraft facility 28th june
• Letter for asking life insurance policy
• Letter for taking out marine insurance policy
• Letter for claiming Loss from a fire policy
• Certificate of origin
• Mate Receipt
• Letter to the bank for granting Overdraft facility
• Notice and agenda of annual general meeting 29th june
• Notice and agenda of statutory meeting

• Certificate of origin
• Mate Receipt
• Letter to the bank for granting Overdraft facility 30th june
• Notice and agenda of annual general meeting
• Notice and agenda of statutory meeting
• Notice and agenda Directors meeting

Some of the important points to be remember

• Agricultural goods = Assembling - agmark –sample


• 1ndustrial goods = I.S.I
• Grading = Physical process
• Standardisation = Mental process
• Indian Partnership Act = 1932
• Indian Companies Act = 1956
• Consumer protection act = 1986
• Consumer movement = 1920 or 1966
• District forum = District judge – State government – 1 to 5 Lakh
OMTEX CLASSES
• State Commission = High Court Judge – Mumbai – 5 to 20 lakh
• National Commission = Supreme court judge – Delhi – above 20 lakh –
highest authority – (C.G)
• Memorandum of association = Unalterable – internal – Aim and object – charter of
constitution
• Articles of association = Table- A – Alterable – external – rules and regulations
– Public company.
• District forum = Consumer movement
• Grahak Panchayat = Consumer movement

OMTEX CLASSES
• ECONOMICS
• Types of goods?
• Classification or types of wealth?
• Classification or types of capital? 20
November
• Classification or types of Utility?
• Classification or types of Demand?
• Classification or types of Investment?
• Natural science V/S Social Science.
• Law of Social Science V/S Law of Natural Science.
• Economic Problem V/S Technical Problem.
• Value V/S Price.
• Free Goods V/S Economic goods.
• Types of goods?
• Classification or types of wealth?
• Natural science V/S Social Science.
• Law of Social Science V/S Law of Natural Science 21
November
• Features of Capital?
• Features of Wealth?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Utility?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Demand?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Perfect competition.
• Material goods V/S Non-material goods.
• Consumer Goods V/S Capital goods.
• Private goods V/S Public goods.
• Value in use V/S Value in exchange.
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• Wealth V/S Welfare


• Wealth V/S Capital
• Individual wealth V/S National wealth
• Total Utility V/S Marginal utility
• Utility V/S Satisfaction
• Desire V/S Demand 22 November
• Classification or types of capital?
• Classification or types of Utility?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of land?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Labour?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Profits?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Macro Economics?
• Individual demand V/S Market demand
• Features or Characteristics or nature of land?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Labour?
OMTEX CLASSES
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Profits? 23
November
• Pure competitions V/S Perfect competition
• Utility V/S Satisfaction
• Desire V/S Demand
• Autonomous consumption V/S Induced Consumption
• Consumption V/S Investment
• Micro Economics V/S Macro economics
• Aggregate demand V/S aggregate supply
• Consumption V/S Saving
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Economic Problem.
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Economic Laws.
• Autonomous consumption V/S Induced Consumption 24
November
• Consumption V/S Investment
• Gross investment V/S Net investment
• State and explain the law of supply and state its assumption and exception.
• Individual Wealth V/S National Wealth
• Simple index number V/S Weighted Index number
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Macro Economics?
• Modern definition of Economics?
• Paradox of Value
• Explain the various level of economic problem?
• Short notes on Quasi rent?
• Simple index number V/S Weighted index number.
• Modern definition of Economics? 25
November
• Paradox of Value
• State and explain the law of supply and state its assumption and exception.
• Types of goods?
• Consumption V/S Investment
• Classification or types of Utility?
• What the main determinants are of supply Pg no 86.
• State and explain the law of demand and state its assumption and exception.
• Short notes on Quasi rent?
• Wealth V/S Capital 26
November
• Classification or types of wealth?
• Classification or types of capital?

• State and explain the Ricardian theory of rent?


• What is collective bargaining and explain the need and advantages of collective
bargaining.
• What the main determinants are of supply Pg no 86.
• Short notes on Quasi rent?
OMTEX CLASSES
• Features or Characteristics or nature of land?
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Labour? 27 November
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Economic Problem.
• Features or Characteristics or nature of Economic Laws.
• State and explain the determinants of real wages?
• State and explain the Ricardian theory of rent and its assumption?
• What are the main determinants of demand? 28
November
• Explain the various level of economic problem?
• State and explain the law of diminishing marginal utility and its assumption and
exceptions?
• What is collective bargaining and explain the need and advantages of collective
bargaining
• State and explain the Lionel Robbins definitions? pg no 62
• Micro Economics V/S Macro economics
• Aggregate demand V/S aggregate supply
• Consumption V/S Saving
• State and explain the Lionel Robbins definitions? pg no 62
• State and explain the law of diminishing marginal utility and its assumption and
exceptions?
• What are the main critisms of Ricardian’s theory of rent?
• Classification or types of Demand?
• Classification or types of Investment?
• State and explain the law of Demand and its assumption and exceptions?
29November
• Short notes on Quasi rent?
• What are the main determinants of demand? .
• What are the determinants of price elasticity of demand? pg no 68
• State and explain the law of supply and state its assumption and exception.
• State and explain the law of demand and state its assumption and exception.
• State and explain the law of diminishing marginal utility and its assumption and
exceptions?
• State and explain the Ricardian theory of rent and its assumption? 30
November
• Short notes on Quasi rent?
• What are the main determinants of demand? .
• What are the determinants of price elasticity of demand? pg no 68

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE
• Write short notes on Stock?
• Write short notes on Bonus shares?
• Write short notes on Share Certificate? 20
November
• Write short notes on Share Warrant?
• What are the types of Debentures
• Write Short notes on forfeiture of Shares?
OMTEX CLASSES
• Equity Shares V/S Preference Shares.
• Share holders V/S Debenture holders.
• Share Certificate V/S share Warrant.
• Dividend V/S Interest
• Interim dividend V/S final dividend
• What are the types of preference shares?

• Write short notes on Stock?


• Write short notes on Bonus shares?
• Write short notes on Surrender of shares?
• Write short notes on “You Attitude”? 21
November
• Write short notes on Agenda?
• What are the types of preference shares?
• What are the types of Debentures
• Share V/S Stock
• Equity Shares V/S Preference Shares.
• Share holders V/S Debenture holders.
• Forfeiture of shares V/S Surrender of shares
• Transfer of shares V/S Transmission of Shares.
• Post Script V/S Enclosures.
• Letter of allotment V/S Letter of Regret.

• Write short notes on “You Attitude”?


• Write short notes on Agenda?
• Write short notes on Quorum?
• Write short notes on Amendments?
• Forfeiture of shares V/S Surrender of shares
• Transfer of shares V/S Transmission of Shares 22
November
• Write short notes on Point of Order?
• Over Draft V/S Cash Credit
• Ordinary resolution V/S Special Resolution
• Agenda V/S Minutes
• Poll V/S Show of hands
• Motion V/S Resolution
• What are the essential characteristics of a Good Report?
• Progress report V/S Committee Report
• Annual Report V/S Committee report
• Annual Report V/S Progress Report
• Write short notes on Point of Order?
• Write short notes on Quorum? 23
November
OMTEX CLASSES
• Write short notes on Proxy
• What are the essential characteristics of a Good Report
• Write short notes on notice on meeting
• Over Draft V/S Cash Credit
• Ordinary resolution V/S Special Resolution
• Write short notes on Post Script?
• Letter of regret V/S Letter of Forfeiture
• Call Letter V/S Letter of regret
• Annual general meeting V/S Extra ordinary general meeting.
• Statutory meeting V/S Extra ordinary general meeting
• Annual General meeting V/S Statutory meeting.
• Progress report V/S Committee Report
• Annual Report V/S Committee report 24
November
• Write short notes on Proxy
• Letter informing changing the address Registered office?
• Define voting? Explain the different methods of voting?
• Define shares? What are the features of shares?
• Define preference shares? What are the features of Preference Shares?
• What are the essential characteristics of a Good Report?
• Need and importance of business correspondence letter?
• Transfer of shares V/S Transmission of Shares
• What are the types of preference shares?
• What are the types of Debentures?
• Write short notes on “You Attitude”?
• Write short notes on Agenda?
• Letter informing changing the address of Godown? 25
November
• Letter informing changing the address Registered office?
• Define voting? Explain the different methods of voting?
• Define allotment of shares? Explain its procedure?
• Progress report V/S Committee Report
• Annual Report V/S Committee report
• Equity Shares V/S Preference Shares.
• Share holders V/S Debenture holders.
• Define shares? What are the features of shares?
• Define allotment of shares? Explain its procedure?
• Define call on shares? Explain its procedure?
• What are share capitals? Various types of share capital or Write about Capital
Structure of JSC?
• Write short notes on over draft facility?
• Write short notes on Agenda?
• Write short notes on Notice of Meeting? 26
November
• Letter informing changing the address of Godown? Pg no 71
OMTEX CLASSES
• Define allotment of shares? Explain its procedure?
• What are the essential characteristics of a Good Report?
• Letter of regret V/S Letter of Forfeiture
• Call Letter V/S Letter of regret
• Principle of Insurance?
• Write short notes on Principle of Indemnity Pg no 20
• Write short notes on Special Resolution. Pg no 17
• Write short notes on Quorum?
• Write short notes on Point of Order?
• What are share capitals? Various types of share capital or Write about Capital
Structure of JSC?
• Annual general meeting V/S Extra ordinary general meeting.
• Statutory meeting V/S Extra ordinary general meeting
• Forfeiture of shares V/S Surrender of shares 27 November
• Transfer of shares V/S Transmission of Shares.
• Post Script V/S Enclosures.
• Over Draft V/S Cash Credit
• Principle of Insurance?