While the first two sections of the question paper will assess your knowledge of the language, the last section will focus exclusively on your understanding of the literature prescribed in the syllabus.
The marking scheme and question paper pattern for both English Communicative (Code 101) and English Language and Literature (Code 184) is same.
In case of Reading Comprehension which is the section A of the question paper, there will be two passages. There will be direct questions from the first passage. Total marks attributed to passage one is 8.
In case of second passage, there will be four direct questions each carrying 2 marks. Apart from these there will be four questions worth 1 mark each. These questions could be of fill in the blanks type, or synonyms/antonyms type.
Students must read the passage carefully before attempting the questions. For direct questions, it is important to write short and to-the-point answers. Also, read the instructions for questions carefully.
Section B will be Writing and Grammar carrying total 30 marks. There will be one question on letter writing worth 8 marks. Students will be provided two options for this question and they can attempt only one. There will be another question on short-story writing worth 10 marks. There will be a prompt given for short story writing.
Students must revise the formats for letter writing and stick to word limit provided. Also, stick to the theme provided for letter writing and do not digress. This also applies for short-story writing. Identify the theme for short story from the prompt given and write your story with a defined beginning, middle and a conclusion. The title should be apt to the story you write.
In case of grammar, there will be three questions with four sub-questions carrying one mark each. Again you should read the question carefully before writing your answer. Often students score less in grammatical section because they fail to read the questions and do exactly opposite to what is required of them.
Section c is Literature carrying a total of 30 marks. One question will be based on an extract and will carry four marks. Then there will be four questions carrying 2 marks each based on stories and plays prescribed in the syllabus.
There will be one long answer type question based on one of the chapters given in the text book and will carry 8 marks. Another long answer type question will be based on the novels prescribed in syllabus and will be worth 10 marks.
In case of literature, students should revise all the chapters carefully and identify central characters, famous quotes, poets etc. For long answer type questions, re-read the summary of the texts and novels and go through the central theme of each poem, play, story and novel since long answer type questions would require you to refer to the theme in some way or other.
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1. The board examination schedule will be split in two parts – main courses and vocational courses.
2. The examinations for the vocational subjects will be held in February and the examinations for the main subjects will conclude by the end of March.
3. The results will be declared by late April or early May.
4. The paper will now have more short answer type questions carrying marks between 1 and 5. The aim is to test a child’s problem-solving and analytical
skills rather than his ability to memorise and write the answers.
5. More time will be given to the examiners to evaluate the papers.
6. The board also plans to introduce new bylaws. These are for evaluating the academic quality of an institution before declaring it as an affiliated school or
to renew an affiliated school's certification. The institution and its infrastructure will be inspected by the authorities of the state's education department.
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cost of constructing 387 houses = 325,000 x 387 = rs 125, 775, 000
answer: the total cost is rs 125, 775, 000
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