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BHARATPUR ENGLISH SCHOOLS' SOCIETY (BESS)

SPECIFICATION GRID - 2075


CONTENT
Subjects Page Number
English – I 1 – 42

English – II 43 – 73

Social Studies 47 – 103

Nepali 104 – 132

Science 133 – 163

Mathematics + Opt Mathematics 164 – 176

Health, Environment and Population Education 177 – 192

Occupation Business and Technology 193 – 198

Moral Education 199 – 204

Computer Science 205 – 236

Office Practice & Accounting 237 – 239

Economics 240 – 242


Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations-2075
Subject: English I
Class Listening Speaking Reading Writing Total
I 25 % 25 % 25 % 25% 100
II 25 % 25 % 25 % 25% 100
III 15% 15% 35% 35% 100
IV 15% 15% 35% 35% 100
V 15% 15% 35% 35% 100
VI 10% 15% 40% 35% 100
VII 10% 15% 40% 35% 100
VIII 10% 15% 40% 35% 100
IX 10% 15% 40% 35% 100
X 10% 15% 40% 35% 100

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English I (Current Vision)
Class: One

Listening Speaking Writing Reading


25 25 25 25
Listening – (Terminals: 12 marks, Annual: 25 marks)
SN Question Type
1 Listen and write the words (in alphabetical order) with given sounds.
2 Listen and fill in the missing words.
3 Listen and complete the sentence.
4 Listen and write what each person is doing/wants.
5 Listen and perform according to the instructions.
Eg: Touch your hand, etc.
6 Listen and tick the correct clock / answer.
7 Listen to the sentence twice and find out the words which are repeated.
8 Listen to the conversation and tick the correct answer.
9 Listen to the text and do the activities given below.
i. Fill in the blanks. ii. Write true or false.
iii. Tick the best answer. iv. Circle the correct word.
v. Write one word answer.
Note: Ask at least any two items for Terminals and three items for final. You may ask any other items that suit your students.
Speaking – (Terminals: 13 marks, Annual: 25 marks)
SN Question Type
1 Greeting and Introducing
2 Asking politely and repaying
3 Expressing ability
4 Expressing time
5 Expressing wants and needs
6 Differentiating pictures
7 Asking about professions
8 Describing the weather
9 Asking question in past tense / future tense / future plan
10 Short conversation with teacher / friend
11 Describe classroom / picture / about yourself / teacher etc
12 Asking and talking about locations
13 Talking about festivals
Note: Ask at least any three items for Terminals and four items for Final. You may ask any other items that suit your students.

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Class: One ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Final Examinations-2075
Time: 1:30 minutes FM: 50 PM: 20
Reading + Writing = (25 +25) 50 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading + Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem ( 60-80 words) 10 10
3 Read and answer Seen text ( 60-80 words) 10 10
4 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
5 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the) 1 1 10
(Selecting the best answer) • S-V agreement ( is/am/are) 1 1
( Any ten questions) • Use of this/these 1 1
• Singular-plural 1 1
• Add –ing 1 1
• Modal verbs ( can/ can't) 1 1
• Match the short form ( He is= he's, etc.) 1 1
• There is/ there are 1 1
• Yes , he does/ No, he doesn't 1 1
• Countable uncountable noun
6 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 4 mistakes 0.5 2
7 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ conversation/ email/story 1 5 5
• Write / Complete the paragraph with the clues
8 Free writing • Write about yourself / grandfather/ 1 4 4
• Write three instructions
• Write about a pet animal
• Write what you can do and can't do
(About 30 words)
9 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 2 2
Total Total 50
For reading Text
Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
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Class: One ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
First Terminal Examinations-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 25 PM: 10
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading ( 12 marks)
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text / Seen conversation/ Seen poem ( 50-60 words) 7 7
Writing ( 13 marks)
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the) 1 1 4
(Selecting the best answer) • Use of in / onder 1 1
( Any 4 items) • S- Verb Agreement ( is/am are) 1 1
• Choose the right word ( Noun/Adjective/Verbs)
5 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 2 mistakes 0.5 1
6 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ email 1 5 5
OR • Write / Complete the paragraph with the clues
Free writing • Write about yourself ( three-four sentences) 1 5
( Any one) • Write a list of six objects in your kitchen/ classroom)
7 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 25

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: One( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Second Terminal Examinations-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 25 PM: 10
Reading+ Writing = ( 12+13) 25 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading (12 marks)
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text / Seen conversation/ Seen poem ( 50-60 words) 7 7
Writing( 13 marks)
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Singular- plural 1 1 2
(Selecting the best answer) • Modal Verbs ( can/can’t) 1 1
( Any 2 questions) • Prepositions (in/on/under)
5 Structural Pattern • Look at the example and do as shown 2 1 2
(Any two questions) (There are/ there is)
• Look at (the picture/sentences/…..) and write Yes, it is/ No ,it is
• Look at the example: Eg. This / That / This / These
6 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 2 mistakes 0.5 1
7 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ conversation/email 1 5
OR Free writing • Write / Complete the paragraph with the clues. 5
( Any one) • Write three- four sentences about an office room/ classroom. 1 5
8 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 25

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: One ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Third Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 25 PM: 10
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+Writing (12+ 13 marks)
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text / Seen conversation/ Seen poem ( 50-60 words) 7 7
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Add –ing 1 1 2
(Selecting the best answer) • Circle/write the describing word 1 1
( Any 2 questions) • Circle/write the right word
(Eg. A doctor goes to (kitchen/hospital)
select the single pronoun
5 Structural Pattern • Look at the picture and write Yes, it is/ No, it is, Yes 2 1 2
( Any two questions) they are / No they aren’t.
• Make any two sentences by using present continuous
tense.
Ex: My friend is playing.
6 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 2 mistakes 0.5 1
7 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ conversation/ letter 1 5
OR • Write / Complete the paragraph with the clues 5
Free writing • Write three- four sentences about grandfather/ 1 5
father/pet animal (dog)
8 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 25
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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Specification Grid - Class: Two (English I: Current Vision English Book) 2075

Listening Speaking Writing Reading


25 25 25 25
Listening – (Terminals: 12 marks, Annual: 25 marks)
SN Question Type
1 Listen and write the words (in alphabetical order) with given sounds.
2 Listen and fill in the missing words.
3 Listen and complete the sentence.
4 Listen and write what each person is doing/wants.
5 Listen and perform according to the instructions.
Eg: Touch your hand, etc.
6 Listen and tick the correct clock / answer.
7 Listen to the sentence twice and find out the words which are repeated.
8 Listen to the conversation and tick the correct answer.
9 Listen to the text and do the activities given below.
i. Fill in the blanks. ii. Write true or false.
iii. Tick the best answer. iv. Circle the correct word.
v. Write one word answer.
Note: Ask at least any two items for Terminals and three items for Final. You may ask any other items that suit your students.
Speaking – (Terminals: 13 marks, Annual: 25 marks)
SN Question Type
1 Greeting and Introducing.
2 Asking politely and repaying.
3 Expressing ability.
4 Expressing time.
5 Expressing wants and needs.
6 Differentiating pictures.
7 Asking about professions.
8 Describing the weather.
9 Asking question in past tense / future tense / future plan.
10 Short conversation with teacher / friend.
11 Describe classroom / picture / about yourself / teacher etc.
12 Asking and talking about locations.
13 Talking about festivals.
Note: Ask at least any three items for Terminals and four items for Final. You may ask any other items that suit your students.

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English I (Current Vision) : Class: Two
Final Examination-2075
Time: 1:30 minutes FM: 50 PM: 20
Reading + Writing = (25 +25) 50 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem ( 60-80 words) 10 10
3 Read and answer Seen text ( 60-80 words) 10 10
Writing
4 Vocabulary Making Sentence 3 1 3
5 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the) 1 1 6
(Selecting the best answer) • Possessive pronoun ( your, my…..) 1 1
( Any six questions) • S-V agreement ( is/am/are) 1 1
• Singular-plural 1 1
• Modal verbs( can/can't) 1 1
• Adjectives 1 1
6 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 4 mistakes 0.5 2
7 Structural Pattern • Look at the example and do. 2 1 4
(Any two items : • Do as shown. 2 1
four questions) ( simple present/simple past/present continuous/
Yes, it is. / No, it isn't)
8 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ conversation 1 5 4
( Any one item) • Write / Complete a paragraph with the clues
9 Free writing • Write about your school/ family/ daily routine/ English teacher 1 5 4
( any one item) (About 30 words or five- six sentences)
10 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 2 2
50
For reading Text
Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Two (English I : Current Vision English Book)
First Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 25 PM: 10
Reading + Writing = (12 +13) 25 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text / Seen conversation/ Seen poem ( 50-60 words) 7 7
Writing
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the) 1 1 4
(Selecting the best answer) • S-V agreement ( is/am/are) 1 1
( Any 4 items) • Present continuous 1 1
• Possessive words
5 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks (2 mistakes) 0.5 1
6 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ conversation 1 5
OR • Write / Complete the paragraph with the clues 5
Free writing • Rearrange the words to make sensible sentence
7 ( Any one) • Write about your school/ yourself / family/ pet animal 1 5
(About 30 words or five- six sentences)
8 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 25

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Two (English I : Current Vision English Book)
Second Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 25 PM: 10
Reading + Writing = (12 +13) 25 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text 7 7
Writing
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 2 mistakes 0.5 1
5 Grammar • Present Continuous Tense 1 1 4
(Selecting the best answer) • Adjectives 1 1
( Any four questions) • Simple present ( positive/negative) 1 1
• Singular / plural 1 1
• Subject verb agreement (work / works)
6 Guided writing • Dialogue completion 1 5
OR • Write about your family / hobby / classroom rules /about
Free writing yourself/ your daily routine 5
(Any one) • Write about your school/ family/ pet animal 1 5
(About 30 words or five- six sentences)
• Rearrange the words to make sensible sentences.
7 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 25

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Two ((English I : Current Vision English Book)
Third Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 Hour FM: 25 PM: 10
Reading + Writing = (12 +13) 25 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text / Seen conversation/ Seen poem ( 50-60 words) 7 7
Writing
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Prepositions 1 1 2
(Selecting the best answer) • Positive / Negative 1 1
( Any 2 questions) • Select the best word( Months/days) singular / plural 1 1
• S- V agreement ( is /am/ are)
5 Structural Pattern • Look at the example and do as shown 2 1 2
( Any two questions) • Look at the picture and write Yes, it is/ No ,it is
6 Punctuation • Capital letters, full stops, question marks 2 mistakes 0.5 1
7 Guided writing • Complete the dialogue/ conversation/ months 1 5 5
OR • Write / Complete the paragraph with the clues
Free writing • Write a letter describing your classroom/ hobby/ English 1 5
(Any One) teacher/ Principal (About 30 words or five- six sentences)
8 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 25

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations-2075
Subject: English I (Current Vision English Book)
Class: Three

Listening Speaking Writing Reading


15 15 35 35
Listening – (Terminals: 7 marks, Annual: 15 marks)
SN Question Type
1 Listen and write the words (in alphabetical order) with given sounds.
2 Listen and fill in the missing words.
3 Listen and complete the sentence.
4 Listen and write what each person is doing/wants.
5 Listen and perform according to the instructions.
Eg: Touch your hand, etc.
6 Listen and tick the correct clock / answer.
7 Listen to the sentence twice and find out the words which are repeated.
8 Listen to the conversation and tick the correct answer.
9 Listen to the text and do the activities given below.
i. Fill in the blanks. ii. Write true or false.
iii. Tick the best answer. iv. Circle the correct word.
v. Write one word answer.
Note: Ask at least any two items for Terminals and three items for Annual. You may ask any other items that suit your students.
Speaking – (Terminals: 8 marks, Annual: 15 marks)
SN Question Type
1 Greeting and Introducing.
2 Asking politely and repaying.
3 Expressing ability.
4 Expressing time.
5 Expressing wants and needs.
6 Differencing picture.
7 Asking professions.
8 Describing the weather.
9 Asking question in past tense / future tense / future plan.
10 Short conversation with teacher / friend.
11 Describe classroom / picture / about yourself / teacher etc.
12 Asking and talking about locations.
13 Talking about festivals.
Note: Ask at least any two items for Terminals and three items for Annual. You may ask any other items that suit your students.

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Class: Three (English I : Current Vision English Book) : Annual Examination-2075
Time: 2:00 hours FM: 70 PM: 28
Reading + Writing = (35 +35) 70 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 10 10
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem ( 70-80 words) 10 10
3 Read and answer Seen text ( 90-100 words) 10 15
4 Vocabulary Making Sentence 3 1 3
5 Grammar • Negative 2 1 6
(Transformation) • Yes-no question (modal verbs) 2 1
(Any two items: four questions) • Tense( Simple Present, simple Past), 2 1
• Voice ( simple past) 2 1
6 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the), 1 1 6
(Selecting the best answer) • Prepositions 1 1
( Any six questions) • connectives 1 1
• Subject –verb agreement (is/am/are) 1 1
• Present perfect 1 1
• Singular- plural 1 1
7 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
8 Structural Practice • Look at the example and make suggestion 2 1 6
( Any Two items : four questions) • Look at the example and make wish 2 1
• Look at the example and do the following 2 1
• Join the following sentences 2 1
• Look at the example and complete ( IF---)
9 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story / complete the conversation 1 5 5
/Complete the letter/ Write / Complete the biography
10 Free writing Paragraph/ essay (About 80 words) 1 5 5
Rainy day, My favorite game, My School, My village or town
11 Hand writing 2-3 lines in four lined copy 2 2
Total 70
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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Three (English I : Current Vision English Book)
First Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading + Writing = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 7 7
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ Seen poem /Seen text (70-80 words) 10 10
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Tense ( Simple Present, Simple Past) 1 1 2
(Transformation) 1
( Any one item: two questions) 1
5 Grammar • Relative clause (Nobody guessed ..... ) 1 1 3
(Selecting the best answer) • S- V agreement (Past verb/present verb) 1 1
( Any four questions) 1 1
6 Structural Practice • Look at the example 2 1 2
Eg. I wish ….
• Look at the example and do as shown.
7 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
8 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story 1 6 6
OR • Complete the conversation/dialogue
Free Writing • Complete the letter
(Any one) • Write / Complete the biography / Write
paragraph on (Holiday / My first day in school /
My school)
9 Hand writing 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 35

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Three (English I : Current Vision English Book)
Second Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading + Writing = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 7 7
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 10 10
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar • Past tense 1 1 2
(Transformation) • Yes/no question ( modals) 1 1
( Any two questions) • Negative ( modals) 1 1
5 Grammar • Articles 2 2
(Selecting the best answer) • Prepositions 1 1 3
( Any three questions) 1 1
6 Structural Practice • Look at the example and write as shown 2 1 2
(Any one item: two questions) • Asking permission 2 1
7 Grammar(Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks (4 mistakes) 0.5 2
8 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story 1 6 6
OR • Complete the conversation
Free Writing • Complete the letter to the principal
(Any one) • Write / Complete the biography/ Write paragraph on
(Pet animal / My birthday, My mother)
9 Hand writing 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 35

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Three (English I : Current Vision English Book)
Third Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading + Writing = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 7 7
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 5 10
3 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
4 Grammar (Transformation) • Voice ( simple present) 1 1 2
( Any one item: two questions) • Tense( simple present, Present perfect) 1 1
5 Grammar • Connectives ( because, but, and, so) 1 1
(Selecting the best answer) • Subject verb agreement ( is/am/are) 1 1 3
( Any three questions) • Prepositions / making request 1 1
6 Structural Practice • Look at the example and write 2 1 2
(Any one item: two questions) • Complete half with 'if' / That's why
• Complete with reason clause ( because)
• Use whereas
7 Grammar Punctuation Marks 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
8 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story 1 6 6
OR • Complete the conversation
Free Writing • Complete the letter
(Any one) • Write / Complete the biography/ Write
paragraph on (My father / Laxmi Prasad
Devkota / My Best Friend)
9 Hand writing 2-3 line in four lined copy 1 1
Total 35

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Types of questions For seen text
Matching 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English I (Current Vision)
Class: Four
Listening Speaking Writing Reading
15 15 35 35
Listening – 15 marks for final exam, 7 marks for terminals
S.N Question type
1 Listen and match.
2 Listen and write.
3 Listen and fill.
4 Listen and circle.
5 Listen and order.
6 Listen and draw.
7 Listen and write T/F.
8 Listen and tick the best answer.
9 Listen and match with the picture.
10 Listen and find the missing word.
Note: Ask at least 2 types for Terminals and three types for Annual Exam.
Speaking – 15 marks for final exam, 8 marks for terminals
S.N Question type
1 Introducing oneself
2 Describing people
3 Asking likes / dislikes, accepting offering etc
4 Talking about good / bad habits
5 Talking about past events
6 Describing scene
7 A short conversation with teacher
8 Pronounce the given words
9 Arrange the pictures and make a story
10 Giving warning
11 Process description
12 Expressing predication and future plans
Note: Ask at least 2 types for Terminals and 3 types for Annual Exam.

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Class: Four (English I: Current Vision English Book)
Final Examination-2075
Time: 1:30 hours FM: 70 PM: 28
Reading + Writing = (35 +35) 70 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map / bargraph 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem ( 80 - 100 words) 10 10
3 Read and answer Seen text ( 80-100 words) 10 10
4 Read and answer Unseen Text (80-100 words) 10 10
5 Vocabulary Making Sentence 3 1 3
6 Grammar • Wh- question 1 1
(Transformation) • How often- question 1 1
( Any four questions) • Tense( Simple Present, simple Past), 1 1 6
• Voice ( simple past) 1 1
7 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the), 1 1 6
(Selecting the best answer) • Subject verb agreement ( simple present), 1 1
( Any six questions) • Question tag, 1 1
• relative pronoun, 1 1
• Time adverb( since, for) 1 1
• Singular- plural 1 1
8 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
9 Structural Practice • Look at the example and make suggestion 2 1
( Any Three items: six questions) • Insert 'used to' in the sentence 2 1 6
• Look at the example and do the following 2 1
• Join the following sentences with relative pronouns 2 1
10 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story/ conversation 1 5 5
• Complete/ Write letter/ biography / a paragraph
11 Free writing Paragraph/ essay (About 80 words) 1 5 5
12 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 2
Total 70
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Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Four ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
First Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading + Writing = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen text (conversation/ poem / passage) ( 70-80 words) 5 5
3 Read and answer Unseen Text (70-90 words) 7 7
4 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
5 Grammar (Transformation) • How often- question 3 3 3
( Any three questions) • Tense( Simple Present, simple Past) (1 question each)
6 Grammar • Articles( a, an, the), 1 1 5
(Selecting the best answer) • Subject verb agreement ( simple present tense) 1 1
( Any five questions) • Question tag, 1 1
• Relative pronouns, 1 1
• Verbs of frequency 1 1
7 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
8 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story 1 5 5
OR • Complete the conversation/ the letter
Free Writing • Write / Complete the biography / paragraph
(Any one)
9 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 35

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Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Four ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Second Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading + Writing = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map / bargraph 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 5 5
4 Read and answer Unseen Text (70-90 words) 7 7
5 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
6 Grammar • Voice ( simple past) 1 1 2
(Transformation) • Tense simple (present, simple past) (1 question each) 1 1
( Any two questions )
7 Grammar • Relative pronoun, 1 1
(Selecting the best answer) • Select the best answer (forms of the verb) 1 1 4
( Any four questions) • Verbs for making suggestion 1 1
• Singular –plural 1 1
8 Structural Practice • Look at the example ( suggestion) and write 2 1 2
(Any one item: two questions) • Complete half with 'used to'
9 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
10 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story 1 5 5
OR • Complete the conversation
Free Writing • Complete the letter
(Any one) • Write / Complete the biography /paragraph
11 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 1 1
Total 35

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Four ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Third Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading + Writing = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 5 5
3 Read and answer Unseen Text ( 60-80 words) 7 7
4 Vocabulary Making Sentence 2 1 2
5 Grammar • Voice ( simple past) 1 1
(Transformation) • Singular –plural 1 1 2
( Any two questions) • Wh-word (any two items can be asked) 1 1
6 Grammar • Time adverbs ( since, for) 1 1 4
(Selecting the best answer) • Voice ( simple past) 1 1
( Any four questions) • Articles (a, an, the) 1 1
7 Structural Practice • Look at the example and write 2 1 2
(Any one item: two questions) • Complete half with 'like'
8 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes 4(Four mistakes) 0.5 2
9 Guided writing • Complete/ write a story 1 5 5
OR • Complete the conversation
Free Writing • Complete a letter/ a biography
(Any one) • Write a paragraph/essay
10 Handwriting 2-3 line in four lined copy 1 1
Total 35

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075

Class: Five ( English I : Current Vision English Book)

Listening Speaking Writing Reading


15 15 35 35
Listening – 15 marks for final exam, 7 marks for terminals
S.N Question type
1 Listen and match.
2 Listen and write.
3 Listen and fill.
4 Listen and circle.
5 Listen and order.
6 Listen and draw.
7 Listen and write T/F.
8 Listen and tick the best answer.
9 Listen and match with the picture.
10 Listen and find the missing word.
Note: Ask at least 2 types for Terminals and three types for Annual Exam.
Speaking – 15 marks for Final Exam, 8 marks for Terminals
S.N Question type
1 Introducing oneself
2 Describing people.
3 Asking likes / dislikes, accepting offering etc.
4 Talking about good / bad habits.
5 Talking about past events.
6 Describing scene.
7 A short conversation with teacher.
8 Pronounce the given words.
9 Arrange the pictures and make a story.
10 Giving warning.
11 Process description.
12 Expressing predication and future plans.
Note: Ask at least 2 types for Terminals and 3 types for Annual Exam.
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Class: Five ( English I: Current Vision English Book) : Annual Examination-2075
Time: 1:30 hours FM: 70 PM: 28
Reading + Writing = (35 +35) 70 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map/ chart 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem ( 70-80 words) 10 10
3 Read and answer Seen text ( 90-100 words) 10 10
4 Read and answer Unseen Text ( 70-90 words) 10 10
5 Create sentence verbs, nouns, adjective, phrase 3 1 3
6 Grammar (Transformation) • Tense
(Any six questions) • Negative, Positive, Yes-No question, 6 1 6
• Wh-question
7 Grammar • Prepositions
(Selecting the best alternative) • Articles
(Any six questions) • Forms of adjectives
• Singular-plural 6 1 6
• Some/any
• Relative clause
• Tag question
8 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, (Four mistakes) 0.5 2
apostrophes
9 Structural Pattern • Join the sentences with connectives
(Any Two items: 3 1
(but, and, that, which, when etc.) 6
six questions) 3 1
• Look at the example and do
10 Guided writing: Write/complete a story, a conversation, a letter, a biography 1 5 5
11 Free writing Write letter, paragraph, essay 1 5 5
12 Handwriting 2-3 lines in four lined copy 2 2
Total 70

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Five ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
First Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading (17) + Writing(18) = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map/chart 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 5 5
3 Read and answer Unseen Text (70-90 words) 7 7
4 Create sentence verbs, nouns, adjective, phrase 2 1 2
5 Grammar (Transformation) • Tense
( Any three questions) • Negative, positive, Yes-No question, 3 1 3
• Wh-question
6 Grammar: • Prepositions 1 1
Selecting the best alternatives • Articles 1 1
4
( Any four questions) • Tag question 1 1
• Possessive pronouns 1 1
7 Structural pattern • Join the sentences with a connection
(Any one item: two questions) (because, in order to, and, but) 2 1 2
• Look at the example and do
8 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes (two mistakes) 0.5 1
9 Guided writing OR Write a complete story, a biography 4
5
Free writing ( Any one) Write letter / paragraph / write a few lines / a paragraph 4
10 Handwriting Copy two – three lines in four lined copy. 1 1
Total 35

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Five (English I: Current Vision English Book)
Second Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading (17) + Writing(18) = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 5 5
3 Read and answer Unseen Text (70-90 words) 7 7
4 Creating sentence verbs, nouns, adjective, phrase 2 1 2
5 Grammar : (Transformation) • Tense 1 1
3
( Any thrree questions) • Negative, Positive, Yes-No question 1 1
6 Grammar: • Passive voice
1 1
Selecting the best alternative • Singular-plural
1 1 4
( Any four questions) • Relative clause)
1 1
7 Structural Pattern • Join the sentences with a connection
(Any one item: two questions) (because, in order to, and, but, that, when, where, who) 2 1 2
• Look at the example and do.
8 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes (two mistakes) 0.5 1
9 Guided writing OR Write / Complete a story / a letter / conversation etc …. 4
Free writing Write a paragraph / essay 5
5
(Any One)
10 Handwriting Copy two – three lines in four lined copy. 1 1
Total 35

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Five (English I: Current Vision English Book)
Third Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 35 PM: 14
Reading (17) + Writing(18) = 35 marks
SN Types of questions Description No. of questions Marks Total
Reading+ Writing
1 Read and answer Seen picture/ Map 5 5
2 Read and answer Seen conversation/ poem / Seen text ( 70-80 words) 5 5
3 Read and answer Unseen Text ( 60-80 words) 7 7
4 Creating sentence verbs, nouns, adjective, phrase 2 1 2
5 Grammar: (Transformation) • Tense
Any three questions • Negative, positive, Yes-No question, 3 1 3
• Wh-question
6 Grammar: • Articles 1 1
Selecting the best alternative • Prepositions 1 1
( Any four questions) • Question tags 1 1
4
• Possessive pronouns 1 1
• Use of present participle 1 1
• Some/ Any 1 1
7 Structural Practice: • Join the sentences with a connection
( Any one item: two questions) (and, but, that, which, when) 2 1 2
• Look at the example and do.
8 Grammar (Punctuation Marks) Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, apostrophes (two mistakes) 0.5 1
9 Guided writing Or Complete/ Write a story / a biography / a conversation 4
5
Free writing(Any one) Write a paragraph / a essay / a letter 5
10 Handwriting Copy two – three lines in four lined copy. 1 1
Total 35

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Match with information 1x1 type 1x1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 1 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x1 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English I (Current Vision)
Class: Six

Listening: Speaking: Reading Writing


10 15 40 35

Types of Question:
Listening: Annual 10 marks, Terminals: 5 marks
S.N Question Type
a Listen and fill in the blanks
b Listen and match.
c Listen and complete.
d Listen and answer
e Listen and order
f Listen and choose the right answer. (multiple choice)
g Listen and state T/F
Note: At least one- two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and two-three items should be asked in the final examination.
Speaking: Annual 15 marks, Terminals: 7.5 marks
S.N Question Type
1 Short conversations (for warm up / motivation only)
2 Short answer with Wh- questions and Yes/no question
3 Greeting, introduction and farewell.
4 Describing future plan.
5 Narrating past events, personal experience.
6 Describing habits, likes and dislikes.
7 Describing people, scenery, and things, pictures etc.
8 Talking about possessing.
9 Compare data, picture etc
10 Making suggestions, advice, instructions, directions.
Note: At least two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and three items should be asked in final examination.

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Class: Six (English I: Current Vision English Book)
Specification Grid: Final Examination-2075
Time: 2hours 15 minutes FM: 75 PM: 30
Reading ( 40 ) + Writing (35) = 75 marks
SN Question item Description No. of Marks Total
questions marks
1 Grammar ( Transformation) Statement, Negative, yes- no question/ Wh- question/Voice / used to/ Reported Speech 4 1 4
(Change as indicated)
(Any four questions)
2 Grammar ( from the text) Degree of adjectives / time adverbs/types of noun / masculine noun, feminine noun/ 6 1 6
Multiple Choice singular- plural/ concord/ articles /Question tags/ going to future/ prepositions/
( Any six questions) reflexive pronoun/ relative clauses/ the conditional / Tens
3 Read and answer Seen poem/ Conversation/ Chart : approximately 120-150 words 1 10 10
4 Read and answer Seen Text/ paragraph : approximately 120-150 words 1 10 10
5 Read and answer Unseen text : approximately 120-150 words) (Story/ paragraph/essay/facts/) etc. 1 10 10
6 Read and answer Unseen Text : about 100-120 words (Advertisement/notice/leaflet/ pie chart, etc.) 1 10 10
7 Structural Practice: • Join the sentences using connectives 1 1 3
(Any one item: three questions) ( because of , although, in spite of , in order to , while, when, to, but, and 1 1
• Look at the example and do the following. 1 1
• Alphabetical Order
8 Punctuation marks Capital letters, full stops, commas, question mark, inverted commas, apostrophes (four errors) 0.5 2
9 Guided writing (Story/news story/ invitation card/paragraph/birthday card/rules/pie chart/bar graph) 2 5 10
10 Free writing ( Any one out of two) (Essay/paragraph/ letter/application) for question seeking personal opinion. 1 10 10
Eg: Do you like town / village? Why?
Which programme do you like watching on the television? Why? etc.
Total 75

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Matching 1x 0.5 type 1x 1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 0.5 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x2 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Six (English I: Current Vision English Book)
Grid for Terminal Examinations-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 37.5 PM: 15
SN Question item Description No. of marks Total
questions marks
1 Grammar ( Transformation) First Term : Used to, negative, yes-no question, statement 2 1 2
(Change as indicated) Second Term : Statement, Negative, yes- no question, Wh- question, use to
(Any two questions) Third Term : Voice, Reported Speech, relative clauses
2 Grammar ( from the text) First Term : Question tag, Possessive pronoun, singular- plural, Prepositions 3 1 3
Multiple Choice Second Term: time adverbs, Types of Noun, contractions, Degrees of
( Any three questions) adjectives, concord, reflexive pronoun,
Third Term : masculine noun, feminine noun ,articles going to future, the
conditional
3 Read and answer Seen poem/ Conversation/ Chart : about 100-120 words 1 7 7
4 Read and answer Unseen Text : about 100-120 words (Advertisement/notice/leaflet/ pie chart, 1 10 10
etc.)
5 Structural Practice: • Join the sentences using connectives 1 1 2
(Any one item: two questions) First Term : while, when, and, 1 1
Second Term: in order to , to, not to, but, than
Third Term : because of , although, in spite of
• Look at the example and do the following.
• Alphabetical Order
6 Punctuation marks Capital letters, full stops, commas, question mark, inverted commas, (four errors) 0.5 2
apostrophes
7 Guided writing (Story/news story/ invitation card/paragraph/birthday card/rules/pie chart/bar 1 5 5
graph)
8 Free writing ( Any one out of two) (Essay/paragraph/ letter/application) or question seeking personal opinion 1 6.5 6.5
Eg: Do you like your school? Why?
Which game you prefer? in door games or outdoor games? Why? etc.
Total 37.5

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English I (Current Vision)
Class: Seven

Listening: Speaking: Reading Writing


10 15 40 35

Types of Question:
Listening: Annual 10 marks, Terminals: 5 marks
S.N Question Type
a Listen and fill in the blanks
b Listen and match.
c Listen and complete.
d Listen and answer
e Listen and order
f Listen and choose the right answer. (multiple choice)
g Listen and state T/F
Note: At least one-two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and two-three items should be asked in final examination.
Speaking: Annual 15 marks, Terminals: 7.5 marks
S.N Question Type
1 Short conversations (for warm up / motivation only)
2 Short answer with Wh- questions and Yes/no question
3 Greeting, introduction and farewell
4 Describing future plan
5 Narrating past events, personal experience
6 Describing habits, likes and dislikes
7 Describing people, scenery, and things, pictures etc
8 Talking about possessing
9 Compareing data, picture etc
10 Making suggestions, advice, instructions, directions
Note: At least three types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and four items should be asked in final examination.

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Class: Seven ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Specification Grid : Final Examination-2075
Time: 2 hours 15 minutes FM: 75 PM: 30
Reading ( 40 ) + Writing (35) = 75 marks
SN Question item Description No. of marks Total
questions marks
1 Grammar ( Transformation) Statement, Negative, yes- no question/ Wh- question/Voice / used to/ Reported 4 1 4
(Change as indicated) Speech / Relative clause
(Any four questions)
2 Grammar ( from the text) Degrees of adjectives / time adverbs/types of noun / masculine noun, feminine 6 1 6
Multiple Choice noun/ singular- plural/ concord/ articles /Question tags/ going to future/
( Any six questions) prepositions/ reflexive pronoun/ tense / the conditional, causative verb
3 Read and answer Seen poem/ Conversation/ Chart : approximately 120-140 words 1 10 10
4 Read and answer Seen Text/ paragraph : approximately 110-130 words 1 10 10
5 Read and answer Unseen text : approximately 100-120 words) (Story/ paragraph/essay/facts/) etc. 1 10 10
6 Read and answer Unseen Text : 120 – 150 words (Advertisement/notice/leaflet/ pie chart, etc.) 1 10 10
7 Structural Practice: • Join the sentences using connectives 1 1 3
(Any one item: three questions) ( because of , although, in spite of , in order to , while, when, to, but, and 1 1
• Look at the example and do the following. 1 1
• Alphabetical Order
8 Punctuation marks Capital letters, full stops, commas, question mark, inverted commas, apostrophes (four errors) 0.5 2
9 Guided writing (Story/news story/ invitation card/paragraph/birthday card/rules/pie chart/bar 2 5 10
( Two items) graph)
10 Free writing ( Any one out of two) (Essay/paragraph/ letter/application) or question seeking personal opinion 1 10 10
Eg: Do you like holidays? (give reasons)
How do you help your mother?
Total 75

For Reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Matching 1x 0.5 type 1x 1 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 0.5 type 1x 1 type
True/false 1x1 type 1x1 type
Filling the blanks 1x1 type 1x1 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x1 type 1x1 type
Question answer 1x1 type 1x2 type
Note: Ask as many varieties as you can but question answer can be repeated.

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Class: Seven ( English I: Current Vision English Book)
Grid for Terminal Examinations-2075
Time: 1:00 hour FM: 37.5 PM: 15
SN Question item Description No. of marks Total
questions marks
1 Grammar ( Transformation) First Term : Statement, Negative, yes- no question, Wh- question 2 1 2
(Change as indicated) Second Term : Statement, Negative, yes- no question, Wh- question
(Any two questions) Third Term : Voice, Reported Speech
2 Grammar ( from the text) First Term : Articles, Prepositions, Question tag, The conditional , Tense 3 1 3
Multiple Choice Second Term: causative verb, connectives, concord, tag question, negative,
( Any three questions) positive, yes-no question, wh-question
Third Term : Tense, Concord, reflexive pronoun,
3 Read and answer Seen poem/ Conversation/ Chart : about 100-120 words 1 7 7
4 Read and answer Unseen Text : about 100-120 words (Advertisement/notice/leaflet/ pie 1 10 10
chart, etc.)
5 Structural Practice: • Join the sentences using connectives 1 1 2
(Any one item: two questions) First Term : while, when, because of, in order to, in spite of 1 1
Second Term: in order to , to, not to, but, than
Third Term : because of , although, in spite of
• Look at the example and do the following.
• Alphabetical Order
7 Punctuation marks Capital letters, full stops, commas, question mark, inverted commas, (four 0.5 2
apostrophes errors)
Guided writing (Story/news story/ invitation card/paragraph/birthday card/rules/pie 1 6.5 6.5
chart/bar graph)
8 Free writing ( Any one out of two) (Essay/paragraph/ letter/application) or question seeking personal opinion 1 5 5
Eg: What do you prefer – Listening to the radio or watching television?
Do you live in town or in village? Why, etc.
Total 37.5

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Basic Level Examinations-2075
Subject: English
Class: Eight

Listening: Speaking: Reading Writing


10 15 40 35

Types of Question:
Listening: Annual 10 marks, Terminals: 5 marks
S.N Question Type
a Listen and fill in the blanks
b Listen and match.
c Listen and complete.
d Listen and answer
e Listen and order
f Listen and choose the right answer. (multiple choice)
g Listen and state T/F
Note: At least one-two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and two-three items should be asked in annual examination.
Speaking: Annual 15 marks, Terminals: 7.5 marks
S.N Question Type
1 Short conversations (for warm up / motivation only)
2 Short answer with Wh- questions and Yes/no question
3 Greeting, introduction and farewell.
4 Describing future plan.
5 Narrating past events, personal experience.
6 Describing habits, likes and dislikes.
7 Describing people, scenery, and things, pictures etc.
8 Talking about possessing.
9 Compare data, picture etc
10 Making suggestions, advice, instructions, directions.
11 Giving opinion on a topic ……
12 Take about a profession why you like / don’t like ……
13 Use pictures and tell a story.
Note: At least two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and three items should be asked in annual examination.

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Basic Level Examination (BLE) Grid-2075
Class: Eight (English I : English)
Second, Third & Basic Level Examination -2075
Time: 2 hours 15 minutes FM: 75 PM: 30
SN Question item No. of questions Marks for each question Total marks
Reading (40 marks) + Writing ( 35 marks)
1 Grammar ( Transformation) 3 1 3
(Change as indicated)
Second Term: Reported Speech , Statement , Negative, Yes-no question
Third Term: Reported Speech, Statement , Negative, yes-no question, Wh-
question, Voice
BLE: Statement, Negative, Yes-No question, Wh-question, Join with a relative clause, Tense,
Voice, Reported Speech
2 Grammar (Select the best answer) 5 1 5
Second Term:
Question-tags, Articles, Prepositions, Reflexive Pronouns, Causative verbs,
Third Term:
Question-tags, Articles, Prepositions, Connectives, Reflexive Pronouns, Causative verbs, Used
to
DLE : Preposition, Articles, Reflexive pronouns, Question tags and Connectives, causative
verb
3 Fill in the blanks: 2 1 2
First Term: Tense, Concord
Second / Third term / DLE: Tense, Concord
4 Read and answer ( Seen text : about 120-150 words ) 1 10 10
5 Read and answer ( Seen Text: about 120-150 words) 1 10 10
6 Read and answer ( Unseen text: about 120-150 words) 1 10 10
(Story/ paragraph/essay/facts/) etc.
7 Read and answer( Unseen Text: about 100-150 words) 1 10 10
(Advertisement/notice/leaflet/ pie chart/ bar graph, etc.)
8 Guided writing 2 5 10
(Story/news story/ invitation card/paragraph/birthday card/rules/pie chart/bar graph)
9 Free writing 1 15 15
(Essay/paragraph/ letter/application)
Total 75
For reading Text
Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Matching 1x0.5 type 1x 0.5 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 0.5 type 1x 0.5 type
True/false 1x0.5 type 1x0.5 type
Filling the blanks 1x0.5 type 1x0.5 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x0.5 type 1x0.5 type
Question answer 1x1.5 type 1x1.5 type
Note: Ask different varieties but question answer can be repeated

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Class: Eight (English)
First Terminal Examination-2075
Time: 1 hour 10 minutes FM: 37.5 PM: 15

SN Question item No. of questions Marks for each question Total marks
Reading : (20 marks) + Writing (17.5 marks)
1 Grammar ( Transformation) 2 1 2
(Change as indicated) ( Any two)
(First term: Statement , Negative, yes- no question, Wh- question,
relative clauses
2 Grammar ( from the text) 3 1 3
( Select the best answer) ( Any Three)
( Tags, Articles, Prepositions, Relative clauses)
3 Grammar: Fill in the blanks: Tense, concord 2 1 2
4 Read and answer ( Seen text : about 120-150 words ) 1 10 10
5 Read and answer ( Unseen text: about 120-150 words) 1 10 10
(Story/ paragraph/essay/facts/ Advertisement/notice/leaflet/ pie chart/ bar
graph, etc.) etc.
6 Guided writing 1 5 4
(Story/news story/ invitation card/paragraph/birthday card/rules/pie
chart/bar graph)
7 Free writing 1 6.5 6.5
(Essay/paragraph/ letter/application)
Total 37.5

For reading Text


Types of questions For seen text For unseen text
Matching 1x0.5 type 1x 0.5 type
Synonym/ Antonym/Single word 1x 0.5 type 1x 0.5 type
True/false 1x0.5 type 1x0.5 type
Filling the blanks 1x0.5 type 1x0.5 type
Ordering 1x1 type 1x1 type
Multiple choice 1x0.5 type 1x0.5 type
Question answer 1x1.5 type 1x1.5 type
Note: Ask different varieties but question answer can be repeated

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English
Class: Nine

Listening: Speaking: Reading Writing


10 15 40 35

Types of Question:
Listening: Annual 10 marks, Terminals: 5 marks
S.N Question Type
a Listen and fill in the blanks
b Listen and match.
c Listen and complete.
d Listen and answer
e Listen and order
f Listen and choose the right answer. (multiple choice)
g Listen and state T/F
Note: At least one-two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and two-three items should be asked in annual examination.
Speaking: Annual 15 marks, Terminals: 7.5 marks
S.N Question Type
1 Short conversations (for warm up / motivation only)
2 Short answer with Wh- questions and Yes/no question
3 Greeting, introduction and farewell.
4 Describing future plan.
5 Narrating past events, personal experience.
6 Describing habits, likes and dislikes.
7 Describing people, scenery, things and pictures etc.
8 Talking about possession.
9 Compare data, picture etc
10 Making suggestions, advice, instructions, directions.
11 Giving opinion on a topic (multiple languages are better than single
language …….)
12. Take about a profession why you like or don’t like, …………
13. Use the pictures and tell a story.
Note: At least two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and three items should be asked in annual examination.

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Specification Grid for Second, Third Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English
Grid IX: English
Items No. of G.
SN Marks Total
Reading + Writing questions Total
1 Read and answer. ( Seen Text) (approximately 100 words ) 5 1 5 5
2 Read and answer .( Seen Text) (approximately 200 words) 10 1 10 10
3 Read and answer (Unseen text, approximately 200 words)
10 1 10 10
News story, menus, notices, manuals, advertisements, diary entry, e-mails, product guides, time tables etc.
4 Read and answer (Unseen text, approximately 300 words)
15 1 15 15
Stories, essays, letters, science articles, newspaper articles, book/film review etc.

6 Guided writing (I) (1x 5 = 5 Marks)


Areas to be covered: directions, instructions, obligations and prohibitions, posters, electronic text messages, post cards,
5 1 5 5
advertisements, messages of condolence, messages of congratulations , menus, recipes. (Ask one question from one of the
above areas with sufficient guideline. Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 100 words.)
7 Guided writing (II) (1x5=5 Marks)
Areas to be covered: interpretation of (charts, graphs, tables, lists, pictures), short stories(outlined), thanks giving letters , letter
5 1 5 5
of regret, news stories, invitation letters ,paragraphs(Ask one question from one of the above areas with sufficient guideline.
Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 100 words.)
8 Free writing (I) (1x6= 6 Marks)
Areas to be covered: Dialogue (with the situation given), paragraph on personal experiences, short stories (only provide either
6 1 6 6
the beginning, ending , title or the moral), views and attitudes(on some current issues of importance) (Ask one question from
one of the above areas. Word limit for this writing will be 100 to 120 words.)
9 Free writing (II) (1x 8 = 8 Marks)
Areas to be covered: Letters, emails (personal/informal, official/formal) essays (descriptive or narrative, cause and effect),
newspaper articles (on a given topic), reviews (of films, movies, books), brochures/leaflets (on places and events of 8 1 8 8
historical/cultural/ religious/ social / or tourism importance) (Ask one question from one of the above areas. Word limit for this
writing will be 150 to 200 words.)
10 For Annual examination:
Grammar 11 Marks : Question types
Type 1: Reproduction (1x 6 = 6 Marks) Sentences to be reproduced (as directed in the brackets) two of transformation and
11
one each of the rest.
Transformation 2x1=2, Tense 1x1=1, Reported Speech 1x`1=1, Voice 1x1=1, Tag 1x1=1 1 6 6
Type2: Fill in the gaps with the grammar items in a contextual passage (0.5x10 = 5 Marks) One of each grammar items to
be selected out of three options given next to the numbered blank spaces in a contextual passage.
Articles (1x0.5=0.5), Prepositions (1x0.5=0.5), Tags (1x0.5=0.5), Concords (1x0.5=0.5)
Tense (1x0.5=0.5), Reported speech (1x0.5=0.5), Connectives (1x0.5=0.5), 0.5 10 5
The Conditionals (1x0.5=0.5), Causative verbs (1x0.5=0.5), voice (1×0.5)

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For Second Term :
Grammar 11 Marks : Question types 6 1 6
Type 1: Tense (2x 1 = 2 Marks) Voice (2x 1 = 2 Marks), Tags (2x 1 = 2 Marks) 11
Type2: Preposition (2x0.5 = 1 Mark) tense(2x0.5 = 1 Mark), voice (2x0.5 = 1 Mark), the conditionals (2x0.5 = 1 Mark), 10 0.5 5
question tags (2x0.5 = 1 Mark)
For Third Term :
Grammar 11 Marks : Question types 6 1 6
Type 1: Tense (2x 1 = 2 Marks) Voice (2x 1 = 2 Marks), Tags (2x 1 = 2 Marks) 11
Type2: concord (2×0.5=1), preposition (2×0.5=1), tense (1×0.5=0.5), voice (1×0.5=0.5), the conditionals (1×0.5=0.5), relative 10 0.5 5
clause 1×0.5=0.5), question tag (1×0.5=0.5), connective (1×0.5=0.5)
Total 75
For reading text:
Note: total number of test items: 40, Marks per item: 1

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First terminal 2075 , Grid: IX: English
Items No. of G.
SN Marks Total
Reading + Writing questions Total
1 Read and answer. ( Seen Text) 10 1 10 10
2 Read and answer .( Unseen Text) 10 1 10 10
3 Guided writing (I) (1x 5 = 5 Marks)
Areas to be covered: directions, instructions, obligations and prohibitions, posters, electronic text messages, post cards,
advertisements, messages of condolence, messages of congratulations , menus, recipes. (Ask one question from one of the
above areas with sufficient guideline. Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 130 words.)
5 1 5 5
4 Guided writing (II) (1x5=5 Marks)
Areas to be covered: interpretation of (charts, graphs, tables, lists, pictures), short stories(outlined), invitation letters, thanks
giving letters , letter of regret, news stories, invitation letters ,paragraphs(Ask one question from one of the above areas with
sufficient guideline. Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 130 words.)
5 Free writing (I) (1x6= 6 Marks)
Areas to be covered: Dialogue (with the situation given), paragraph on personal experiences, short stories (only provide either
the beginning, ending , title or the moral), views and attitudes(on some current issues of importance) (Ask one question from
one of the above areas. Word limit for this writing will be 100 to 150 words.)
6 Free writing (II) (1x 8 = 8 Marks) 7 1 7 7
Areas to be covered: Letters, emails (personal/informal, official/formal) essays (descriptive or narrative), newspaper articles (on
a given topic), reviews (of films, movies, books), brochures/leaflets (on places and events of historical/cultural/ religious/
social / or tourism importance) (Ask one question from one of the above areas. Word limit for this writing will be 150 to 200
words.)
7 Grammar 5.5 Marks : Question types
Type 1: Reproduction (1x 3 = 3 Marks) Sentences to be reproduced (as directed in the brackets) two of transformation and 3 3 3
3
one each of the rest, tense (1×1=1), transformation (1×1=1), voice (1x1=1)

Type2: Fill in the gaps with the grammar items in a contextual passage (0.5x10 = 5 Marks) One of each grammar items to
be selected out of three options given next to the numbered blank spaces in a contextual passage.
Concords (2x0.5=1), causative verbs (2×0.5=1), Prepositions (1x0.5=0.5) 2.5
2.5
5 2.5
Total 37.5

For reading text:


Note: total number of test items: 20, Marks per item: 1

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English
Class: Ten

Listening: Speaking: Reading Writing


10 15 40 35

Types of Question:
Listening: Annual 10 marks, Terminals: 5 marks
S.N Question Type
a Listen and fill in the blanks
b Listen and match.
c Listen and complete.
d Listen and answer
e Listen and order
f Listen and choose the right answer. (multiple choice)
g Listen and state T/F
Note: At least one-two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and two-three items should be asked in annual examination.
Speaking: Annual 15 marks, Terminals: 7.5 marks
S.N Question Type
1 Short conversations (for warm up / motivation only)
2 Short answer with Wh- questions and Yes/no question
3 Greeting, introduction and farewell.
4 Describing future plan.
5 Narrating past events, personal experience.
6 Describing habits, likes and dislikes.
7 Describing people, scenery, things and pictures etc.
8 Talking about possession.
9 Compare data, picture etc
10 Making suggestions, advice, instructions, directions.
11 Giving opinion on a topic (multiple languages are better than single
language …….)
12. Take about a profession why you like or don’t like, …………
13. Use the pictures and tell a story.
Note: At least two types of questions are to be asked in terminal examinations and three items should be asked in annual examination.

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Specification Grid for Second, Pre-test and SEE Examinations-2075
Subject: English
Grid X: English
Items No. of G.
SN Marks Total
Reading + Writing questions Total
1 Read and answer. ( Seen Text) (approximately 100 words ) 5 1 5 5
2 Read and answer .( Seen Text) (approximately 200 words) 10 1 10 10
3 Read and answer (Unseen text, approximately 200 words)
10 1 10 10
News story, menus, notices, manuals, advertisements, diary entry, e-mails, product guides, time tables etc.
4 Read and answer (Unseen text, approximately 300 words)
15 1 15 15
Stories, essays, letters, science articles, newspaper articles, book/film review etc.

6 Guided writing (I) (1x 5 = 5 Marks)


Areas to be covered: directions, instructions, obligations and prohibitions, posters, electronic text messages, post cards,
5 1 5 5
advertisements, messages of condolence, messages of congratulations , menus, recipes. (Ask one question from one of the
above areas with sufficient guideline. Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 100 words.)
7 Guided writing (II) (1x5=5 Marks)
Areas to be covered: interpretation of (charts, graphs, tables, lists, pictures), short stories(outlined), thanks giving letters , letter
5 1 5 5
of regret, news stories, invitation letters ,paragraphs(Ask one question from one of the above areas with sufficient guideline.
Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 100 words.)
8 Free writing (I) (1x6= 6 Marks)
Areas to be covered: Dialogue (with the situation given), paragraph on personal experiences, short stories (only provide either
6 1 6 6
the beginning, ending , title or the moral), views and attitudes(on some current issues of importance) (Ask one question from
one of the above areas. Word limit for this writing will be 100 to 120 words.)
9 Free writing (II) (1x 8 = 8 Marks)
Areas to be covered: Letters, emails (personal/informal, official/formal) essays (descriptive or narrative, cause and effect),
newspaper articles (on a given topic), reviews (of films, movies, books), brochures/leaflets (on places and events of 8 1 8 8
historical/cultural/ religious/ social / or tourism importance) (Ask one question from one of the above areas. Word limit for this
writing will be 150 to 200 words.)
10 For Annual examination:
Grammar 11 Marks : Question types
Type 1: Reproduction (1x 6 = 6 Marks) Sentences to be reproduced (as directed in the brackets) two of transformation and
11
one each of the rest.
Transformation 2x1=2, Tense 1x1=1, Reported Speech 1x`1=1, Voice 1x1=1, Tag 1x1=1 1 6 6
Type2: Fill in the gaps with the grammar items in a contextual passage (0.5x10 = 5 Marks) One of each grammar items to
be selected out of three options given next to the numbered blank spaces in a contextual passage.
Articles (1x0.5=0.5), Prepositions (1x0.5=0.5), Tags (1x0.5=0.5), Concords (1x0.5=0.5)
Tense (1x0.5=0.5), Reported speech (1x0.5=0.5), Connectives (1x0.5=0.5), 0.5 10 5
The Conditionals (1x0.5=0.5), causative verbs (1x0.5=0.5), voice (1×0.5)
For reading text:
Note: total number of test items: 40, Marks per item: 1

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Grid: First terminal Exam 2075 : Class X: English
Items No. of G.
SN Marks Total
Reading + Writing questions Total
1 Read and answer. ( Seen Text) (approximately 100 words ) 10 1 10 10
2 Read and answer .( Unseen Text) (approximately 200 words ) 10 1 10 10
3 Guided writing (I) (1x 5 = 5 Marks)
Areas to be covered: directions, instructions, obligations and prohibitions, posters, electronic text messages, post cards,
advertisements, messages of condolence, messages of congratulations , menus, recipes. (Ask one question from one of the
above areas with sufficient guideline. Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 130 words.)
5 1 5 5
4 Guided writing (II) (1x5=5 Marks)
Areas to be covered: interpretation of (charts, graphs, tables, lists, pictures), short stories(outlined), invitation letters, thanks
giving letters , letter of regret, news stories, invitation letters ,paragraphs(Ask one question from one of the above areas with
sufficient guideline. Word limit for this writing will be 75 to 130 words.)
5 Free writing (I) (1x6= 6 Marks)
Areas to be covered: Dialogue (with the situation given), paragraph on personal experiences, short stories (only provide either
the beginning, ending , title or the moral), views and attitudes(on some current issues of importance) (Ask one question from
one of the above areas. Word limit for this writing will be 100 to 150 words.)
6 Free writing (II) (1x 8 = 8 Marks) 7 1 7 7
Areas to be covered: Letters, emails (personal/informal, official/formal) essays (descriptive or narrative), newspaper articles (on
a given topic), reviews (of films, movies, books), brochures/leaflets (on places and events of historical/cultural/ religious/
social / or tourism importance) (Ask one question from one of the above areas. Word limit for this writing will be 150 to 200
words.)
7 Grammar 5.5 Marks : Question types
Type 1: Reproduction (1x 3 = 3 Marks) Sentences to be reproduced (as directed in the brackets) two of transformation and 3 3 3
3
one each of the rest, tense (1×1=1), voice (1×1=1), Reported speech (1×1=1)

Type2: Fill in the gaps with the grammar items in a contextual passage (0.5x10 = 5 Marks) One of each grammar items to
be selected out of three options given next to the numbered blank spaces in a contextual passage.
Tense (1×0.5=0.5), Voice (1×0.5=0.5), Connective (1×0.5=0.5), Article (1×0.5=0.5), Prepositions (1x0.5=0.5) 2.5
2.5
5 2.5
Total 37.5

For reading text:


Note: Total number of test items: 20, Marks per item: 1

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Subject: English II (English Reader + Grammar)

Class : 1 First Term Full Marks: 25


S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 3+3 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to
( Include any two sets make words.
of questions with Q.N.2
three items each) Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 3 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 60 words, with OR Match the words with their meanings.
two sets of questions ) Q.N. 4 (b)
Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.5 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 6 5 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five
blanks and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

Class : 1 English Grammar First Term Full Marks: 25


SN Areas Question Types No of Q Marks Total
1 Alphabets Write the first letters in capital. Example: rohan — Rohan 5 1 5
2 Things Underline the name of things in the sentences. 5 1 5
3 Birds and Animals Write the name of any five animals. 5 1 5
4 Exact Names Write any five proper nouns. 5 1 5
5 One and many Match the words with their plurals. 5 1 5
Grand Total 25
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Class : 1 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Articles: Q.N.1 3+3 6 6
Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 3 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 60 words, with OR Match the words with their meanings.
two sets of questions ) Q.N. 4 (b)
Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.5 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions:
5 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five
blanks and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

Class : 1 English Grammar Second Term Full Marks: 25


SN Areas Question Types No of Q Marks Total
1 Articles: a/an Fill in the gaps with a/an correctly. 7 1 7
2 Adjectives Underline the adjectives in the following sentences. (Give an example) 6 1 6
3 Action Words Fill up the gaps with the action words from the box. 6 1 6
4 is/am/are/has/have Fill the gaps with is/am/are…… (Give two options for each) 6 1 6
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 1 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 3+3 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any two sets Q.N.2
of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
three items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 3 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 60 words, with OR Match the words with their meanings.
two sets of questions ) Q.N. 4 (b)
Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.5 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions:
5 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five
blanks and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

Class : 1 English Grammar Third Term Full Marks: 25


SN Areas Question Types No of Q Marks Total
1 Yesterday/ Everyday Change these verbs in their past forms. 6 1 6
Circle the correct verbs. 5 1 5
2 Capital Letters Use capital letters where necessary. 7 1 7
3 Prepositions: in, on, at, under, Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions. (Give two options 7 1 7
between, behind for each question.)
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 1 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 4+4+4 12 12
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
( Include any three sets of Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
questions with four items Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
each.) Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5+5 5+5 10
(Give lesson titles in brackets Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/three options) OR
for each question.) Circle the correct words. (with two options)
Q.N. 5 Answer in a word.
3 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 6 (a) 5+5 5+5 10
Textual Passage of about 60 Write True/False. (five questions) OR
words, with two sets of Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
questions ) Q.N. 6 (b)
Write short Answers. (five questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.7 1 3 3
Answer any two of the three questions:
5 Writing Task Q.N. 8 1+1 6+6 12
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with 5
blanks and 5 words in the box)
Q.N. 9
Write a short paragraph about…………. (based on the text, with some clues)
Grand Total 50 50 50

Class : 1 English Grammar Final Term Full Marks: 50


SN Areas Question Type No of Q Marks Total
1 Joining Words: and/but Complete the sentences using and/but. 5 1 5
2 Birds and animals, Exact names Circle common nouns and underline proper nouns. 5 1 5
3 One and Many Make these nouns plural by adding s or es. 5 1 5
4 Articles: a/an Fill in the gaps with a/an correctly. 5 1 5
5 Adjectives: Describing words Complete the sentences with the correct adjectives from the box. 5 1 5
6 Verbs: Action Words Complete the sentences with the correct adjectives from the box. 5 1 5
7 is/am/are/has/have Fill the gaps with is/am/are…… (Give two options) 5 1 5
8 Yesterday/Everyday/Now Fill in the blanks with correct words from the box. 5 1 5
9 Capital Letters Use capital letters where necessary. 5 1 5
10 Prepositions: in, on, at, under, Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions. (Give two options for each 5 1 5
between, behind question)
Grand Total 50
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Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 2 First Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 3+3 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any two sets Q.N.2
of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
three items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 3 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 60 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 5 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five
blanks and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

CLASS: II EXAM: FIRST TERMINAL


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Common Nouns and Proper Nouns ➢ Circle the proper nouns and underline the common nouns. 5 5 5
2 Singular and Plural Nouns ➢ Write plural forms of these singular nouns. Example: girl = girls 5 5 5
Pronouns ➢ Choose the correct pronoun from the brackets:
3 5 5 5
Example: My uncle works in an office.___often goes to Europe. (He/She)
Belongings ➢ Re-write these sentences adding ‘s’.
4 Example: This cap belongs to my father. 5 5 5
This is my father’s cap.
5 Pronoun (me, we, us, him, her, it, them) ➢ Complete these sentences using the correct pronouns. 5 5 5
TOTAL 25 25

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Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 2 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 3+3 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any two sets Q.N.2
of questions with Match these words with the words having similar meanings. OR
three items each) Match the words with the words having opposite meanings.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 3 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 60 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 5 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five
blanks and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

CLASS: 2 EXAM: SECOND TERMINAL


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Articles ➢ Put a or an before the nouns. Example: a cap, an Ostrich 5 5 5
Adjectives ➢ Underline the adjective in these sentences. Example: Samir is
2 5 5 5
a good singer.
Action verbs in present ➢ Put correct verbs in the blanks. (Options should be given)
3 5 5 5
Example: He ___ (likes / like) to play with a ball.
Verbs: is, am ,are, was, were ➢ Use the correct word in the blanks correctly. (Give two
4 5 5 5
options)
5 Verbs: has, have ➢ Fill in the blanks with has / have correctly. 5 5 5
TOTAL 25 25
Subject: English II (English Reader)
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Class : 2 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 3+3 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any two sets Q.N.2
of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
three items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 3 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 60 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 5 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five blanks
and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

CLASS: II EXAM: THIRD TERMINAL


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Past Tense ➢ Write the past forms of the given verbs. Example: go — went 5 5 5
2 Verbs: -ing ➢ Write the given verbs in present continuous. Example: It is raining. (rain) 5 5 5
Prepositions: in/on/at/between ➢ Fill in the blanks with the correct preposition (Options should be given)
3 5 5 5
etc. Example: She hung a picture ____ (in/on) the wall.
4 Linking words: and/but or ➢ Write and/but/or to complete the following sentences. 5 5 5
5 Present Tense ➢ Underline the right verbs. Example: Sumitra wake / wakes up at 7:00am. 5 5 5
TOTAL 25 25 25

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Class : 2 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 4+4+4 12 12
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
( Include any three sets of Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
questions with four items Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
each.) Q.N. 3
Match the words with their meanings. OR Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5+5 5+5 10
(Give lesson titles in brackets Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options) OR
for each question.) Circle the correct words. (with two options)
Q.N. 5 Answer in a word.
3 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 6 (a) 5+5 5+5 10
Textual Passage of about 60 Write True/False. (five questions) OR
words, with two sets of Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
questions ) Q.N. 6 (b)
Write short Answers. (five questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 7 2 3+3 6
Answer any two of the three questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 8 Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage, 1+1 6+6 12
with five blanks and five words in the box)
Q.N. 9 Write a short paragraph about…………. (based on the text, give some clues)
Grand Total 50 50 50
CLASS: 2 EXAM: ANNUAL
SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 50
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Singular and Plural Nouns ➢ Write plural forms of the singular nouns. Example: cow — cows 5 5 5
Pronouns ➢ Choose the correct pronouns to complete the following sentences.
2 5 5 5
Example: I want to play with ____. (he/you)
3 Articles ➢ Put a or an before the nouns. 5 5 5
4 Adjectives ➢ Use the correct adjectives from the box before the nouns. 5 5 5
5 Present Tense ➢ Underline the right word in the sentences. 5 5 5
6 Past Tense ➢ Write the past forms of the given verbs. 5 5 5
Prepositions: ➢ Fill in the blanks with the correct prepositions from the box.
7 5 5 5
in/on/at/between etc.
8 Linking words: and/but / or ➢ Write and/but/or to complete the following sentences. 5 5 5
Capital Letters/Full ➢ Use capital letters, full stops and question marks correctly. (Give an example)
9 5 5 5
Stops/Question Marks
10 Sentence Types ➢ Identify questions, statements and commas (Give an example) 5 5 5
TOTAL 50 50

50
Subject : English II (English Reader)
Class : 3 First Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 80 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five blanks
and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

Class : 3 English Grammar First Term Full Marks: 25


SN Areas Question Types No of Q Marks Total
1 Noun: Types Separate proper nouns and common nouns in two columns. (give an example) 5 5 5
2 Noun: Gender Write the nouns under feminine, masculine and common gender. 5 5 5
3 Noun: Singular and Plural Change these nouns into plural forms. Eg: fly = flies 5 5 5
4 Pronoun Fill in the blanks with the correct pronouns of the underlined nouns. 5 5 5
5 Article: a/an/the Fill in the blanks with a, an or the. 5 5 5
Grand Total 25 25 25

51
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 3 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 80 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five blanks
and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

Class : 3 English Grammar Second Term Full Marks: 25


SN Areas Question Types No of Q Marks Total
1 Adjectives: Descriptive Fill in the gaps with the appropriate adjectives from the word box. 5 5 5
and Demonstrative
2 Adjectives of quantity Fill in the gaps with much or many 5 5 5
Or
Choose either some or any from the brackets.
3 Adverbs: Manner, Time, Find the adverb and write their names. 5 5 5
Place
4 Adverb of Comparison Complete the following sentences with the correct forms of adverbs. 5 5 5
5 Present Simple and Use present simple or present continuous tense correctly. (Give options) 5 5 5
Present Progressive
Grand Total 25 25 25
Subject: English II (English Reader)
52
Class : 3 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 80 words with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
Complete the paragraph with words from the box. (short textual passage with five blanks
and five words in the box)
Grand Total 25

Class : 3 English Grammar Third Term Full Marks: 25


SN Areas Question Types No of Q Marks Total
1 Past Simple and Past Progressive Put the verbs into the correct form – past continuous or past simple. 5 5 5
(give options)
2 Future Simple Tense Fill in the blanks with will or won’t. 5 5 5
3 Modal verbs: Fill in the blanks using can/can’t. 5 5 5
4 Preposition of place or time Fill in the blanks with the preposition given in the box. 5 5 5
5 Preposition of place or time Fill in the blanks with in / on / at 5 5 5
Grand Total 25 25 25

53
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 3 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 4+4+4 12 12
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make
words.
( Include any three sets of Q.N.2
questions with four items Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5+5 5+5 10
(Give lesson titles in brackets Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options) OR
for each question.) Circle the correct words. (with two options)
Q.N. 5 Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 6 (a) 5+5 5+5 10
Textual Passage of about 80 Write True/False. (five questions) OR
words, with two sets of Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
questions ) Q.N. 6 (b)
Write short Answers. (five questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 7 2 3+3 6
Answer any two of the three questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 8 Complete the paragraph with words from the box. 1+1 6+6 12
(short textual passage, with5 blanks and 5words in the box)
Q.N. 9 Write a short paragraph about…………. (based on the text, give some
clues)
Grand Total 50 50 50

54
Class : 3 English Grammar Final Term Full Marks: 50
SN Areas Question Type No of Q Marks Total
1 Nouns: Gender Underline the nouns of common gender in the following sentences. 5 5 5
2 Singular and Plural Change these nouns into plural. 5 5 5
Example: fly = flies
3 Pronouns Underline the pronouns in the following sentence. 5 5 5
4 Article: a/an/the Fill in the blanks with a, an or the 5 5 5
5 Possessive and Interrogatives Fill in the blanks with appropriate Interrogative adjectives. 5 5 5
Adjectives: Example: What is your favourite subject?
6 Adverbs: Manner, Time, Place Circle the adverbs of time in the following sentences. 5 5 5
7 Present Simple and Present Progressive Fill up the blanks using the present simple form of the verbs given in the 5 5 5
Tenses box.
8 Future Simple Tense or Preposition of Fill in the blanks using will or won’t. 5 5 5
place and time OR
Fill in the blanks with in, on or at.
9 Joining words: and/but/or/so/because Fill in the gaps with ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘or’, because’, ‘so’. 5 5 5

10 Punctuation: Capital letters, Full stop, Add the capital letters, full stop and comma in the following sentences. 5 5 5
Comma
Grand Total 50 50 50

55
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 4 First Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 80 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
Write a short note on ……………………. OR
(any one out of two) Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given)
6 Grand Total 25

CLASS: 4 EXAM: First Terminal


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
Choose the correct collective nouns and re-write the sentences. OR,
1 Nouns Rewrite the following sentences changing the underlined singular nouns into 5 5 5
plural nouns.
2 Pronouns: Relative Join the following sentences using a relative pronouns. 5 5 5
Complete the following sentences with the interrogative pronouns. (i.e. who,
3 Pronouns: Interrogative whom, whose, what, which) OR, 5 5 5
Ask questions using interrogative pronouns given in the brackets.
4 Possessive: Wards Fill in the blanks with the correct possessive words. 5 5 5
5 Adjectives: Comparative and Complete these sentences with the correct form of adjective given in the
superlative degree brackets. 5 5 5
TOTAL 25 25

56
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 4 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a word.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 80 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given)
Grand Total 25
CLASS: 4 EXAM: SECOND TERMINAL
SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
No of Q Marks Total
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES
1 Prepositions: Time Fill in the blanks with in, on, at and complete the sentences. 5 5 5
2 Prepositions: Place / Position Choose and insert appropriate propositions n the blank spaces. 5 5 5
3 Adverbs: Types Underline the adverbs in the following sentences and state their kinds. 5 5 5
4 Adverbs: Types Fill in the blanks with the correct adverbs with reference to the underlined adjectives. 5 5 5
5 Articles: a/an/the Insert a, an, or the in the following sentences 5 5 5
TOTAL 25 25

57
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 4 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three Q.N.2
sets of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
two items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 80 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given)
Grand Total 25
CLASS: 4 EXAM: THIRD TERMINAL
SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Subject and Predicate Underline the subject and circle the predicate 5 5 5
2 Subject verb : Agreement Complete these sentences with the correct form of verbs given in the brackets. 5 5 5
Tense: Present Simple, Write the sentences in the present simple tense
3 Present Progressive and 5 5 5
Present Perfect Simple
Tense: Present Simple, Fill in the suitable verbs in the given sentences. Using has or have.
4 Present Progressive and 5 5 5
Present Perfect Simple
Tense: Past Simple and Past Write these sentences into the past continuous tense.
5 5 5 5
Continuous Tense
TOTAL 25 25
Subject: English II (English Reader)

58
Class : 4 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 4+4+4 12 12
( textual words only) Fill in the missing letters in the words. OR Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
( Include any three sets of Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
questions with four items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5+5 5+5 10
(Give lesson titles in brackets Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two/without options) OR
for each question.) Circle the correct words. (with two options)
Q.N. 5 Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 6 (a) 5+5 5+5 10
Textual Passage of about 80 Write True/False. (five questions) OR
words, with two sets of Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
questions ) Q.N. 6 (b) Write short Answers. (five questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 7 2 3+3 6
Answer any two questions out of three questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 8 Complete the paragraph with words from the box. 1+1 6+6 12
(short textual passage, with5 blanks and 5words in the box)
Q.N. 9 Write a short paragraph about…………. (based on the text, give options)
Grand Total 50 50 50
CLASS: 4 EXAM: ANNUAL
SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION FULL MARKS: 50
No of Q Marks Total
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES
1 Possessive Words Fill in the blanks with the correct Possessive words. 5 5 5
2 Adjectives: Comparative Complete these sentences with the correct form of the adjectives given in the brackets. 5 5 5
and Superlative Degree
3 Preposition: Place/Position Choose and insert appropriate prepositions in the blank spaces. 5 5 5
4 Articles: a/an/the Insert a/an/the in the following sentences. 5 5 5
5 Adverbs: Types Underline the adverbs in the following sentences and state their kinds. 5 5 5
6 Subject-Verb Agreement Complete these sentences with the correct form of verbs given in the brackets. 5 5 5
Tense: Present Simple, Write the given sentences in the present continuous tense
7 Present Progressive and 5 5 5
Present Perfect Simple
8 Tense: Past Simple and Past Re-write the sentences into the past simple tense.
Continuous Tense 5 5 5
9 Tense: Future Simple Tense Re-write these sentences in the Future Simple Tense 5 5 5
10 Questions: Tags Add a question tag at the end of each statement. 5 5 5
TOTAL 50 50

59
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 5 First Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings.
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given)
Grand Total 25

CLASS: Five EXAM: FIRST TERMINAL


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
No of Q Marks Total
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES
1 Noun: Gender Select the right words and fill in the blanks. 5 5 5
Complete the following sentences by choosing the correct words from
2 Irregular Plural 5 5 5
the brackets.
3 Pronouns: Reflexive Read and underline the reflexive pronouns in the following sentences. 5 5 5
4 Adjectives: Comparison Complete the sentences by selecting the correct adjectives. 5 5 5
5 Articles: a, an, the Fill in the blanks by choosing a, an or the to complete the sentences. 5 5 5
TOTAL 25 25

60
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 5 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three Q.N.2
sets of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
two items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given)
Grand Total 25

CLASS: 5 EXAM: SECOND TERMINAL


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
No of Q Marks Total
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES
Preposition: Place, Time and Choose the correct prepositions to fill in the following blanks.
1 5 5 5
Direction
2 Subject-Verb, Agreement Re-write the following sentences choosing the appropriate verbs from the brackets. 5 5 5
3 Auxiliary Verbs: be/do/have Re-write the following sentences adding the suitable auxiliary verb. 5 5 5
Use of Auxiliary Verbs: did not Change the following sentences as indicated in the brackets.
4 5 5 5
/ do not / does not
Modals: Fill in the blanks choosing the appropriate modal auxiliary verbs: can, will, may,
5 5 5 5
Can/Shall/will/May/Must must
TOTAL 25 25

61
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 5 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three Q.N.2
sets of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
two items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5 5 5
(Give lesson titles in Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options)
brackets for each OR Circle the correct words. (with two options)
question.) OR Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3 3+3 6
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (three questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N.6 1 3 3
Answer any one of the two questions.
5 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given)
Grand Total 25

CLASS: 5 EXAM: THIRD TERMINAL


SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR FULL MARKS: 25
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Adverbs: Manner, Time, Place and Rewrite the sentences by underling the adverbs in the following sentences.
Frequency 5 5 5
2 Tense: Present Simple and Change the following sentences as indicated in the brackets.
Present Continuous 5 5 5
3 Tense: Past Simple and Past Complete the following sentences by choosing the correct form of the verbs
Continuous given in the brackets. 5 5 5
4 Tense: Present Perfect Simple and Use has, have or had to complete the following sentences.
Past Perfect Simple 5 5 5
5 Future Time Presentation Complete the following sentences using will, am, is, are + ing or am/is/are + 5 5 5
going to. The verbs are given in the brackets.
TOTAL 25 25

62
Subject: English II (English Reader)
Class : 5 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 4+4+4 12 12
(textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
( Include any three sets of Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
questions with four items Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
each) Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Textual Questions: Q.N. 4 5+5 5+5 10
(Give lesson titles in brackets Fill in the blanks with correct words. (with two options) OR
for each question.) Circle the correct words. (with two options)
Q.N. 5 Answer in a sentence.
3 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 6 (a) 5+5 5+5 10
Textual Passage of about 100 Write True/False. (five questions) OR
words, with two sets of Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
questions ) Q.N. 6 (b) Write short Answers. (five questions)
4 Critical Activity Q.N. 7 2 3+3 6
Answer any two questions (out of three questions)
5 Writing Task Q.N. 8 Complete the paragraph with words from the box. 1+1 6+6 12
(short textual passage, with5 blanks and 5words in the box)
Q.N. 9 Write a short paragraph about…………. (based on the text, give options)
Grand Total 50 50 50
CLASS: Five EXAM: ANNUAL
SUBJECT: ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION FULL MARKS: 50
SN AREAS QUESTION TYPES No of Q Marks Total
1 Conditionals: Type one Add possible outcomes in the following sentences. 5 5 5
Read the following sentence and choose the correct form of verbs to complete
2 Voce: Active and Passive 5 5 5
them.
3 Direct and Indirect Speech Change the following sentences into indirect speech. 5 5 5
4 Conjunctions Join the following sentences using the conjunctions given in brackets. 5 5 5
5 Capital letters and punctuations Put the capital letters in the following sentence where necessary. 5 5 5
6 Phrasal Verbs Underline the phrasal verbs in the following sentences. 5 5 5
7 Noun: Gender Put the following nouns in the correct columns according to their genders. 5 5 5
8 Articles: a/an/the Insert a/an/the where necessary. 5 5 5
9 Auxiliary verbs: be/do/have Rewrite the following sentences adding the suitable auxiliary verb. 5 5 5
A leave application. OR,
10 Comprehension and Composition 1 5 5
Invitation card writing.
TOTAL 50 50

63
Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 6 First Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Word Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three Q.N.2
sets of questions with Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
two items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3+4 3+3+4 10
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (four questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 4 4 4
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options)
Example: Tick( √) the correct answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……… a. fable b. setting c. fiction
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 25

64
Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 6 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Word Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Q.N. 5 (a) 3+3+4 3+3+4 10
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 5 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (four questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N.6 4 4 4
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options)
Example: Tick( √) the correct answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……. a. fable b. setting c.poem
4 Writing Task Q.N. 7 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 6 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Word Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Q.N. 4(a) 3+3+4 3+3+4 10
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (four questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 4 4 4
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options)
Example: Tick( √) the correct answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……… a. fable b. setting c. rhyme
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 6 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 Match the words with their meanings. OR 5+5+5 5+5+5 15
(textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
( Include any three sets of Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
questions with four items Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
each) Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 4 (a) 5+5+5 5+5+5 15
Textual Passage of about 120 Write True/False. (five questions) OR
words, with two sets of Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
questions ) Q.N. 4 (b) Write short Answers. (five questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 6 6 6
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options) Example: Tick( √) the correct
answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……… a. fable b. setting c.
plot
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1+1 7+7 14
(any two out of three) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 50 50 50

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Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 7 First Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Word Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3+4 3+3+4 10
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (four questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 4 4 4
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options)
Example: Tick( √) the correct answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……………. a. fable b. setting c.
plot
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 7 Second Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Word Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3+4 3+3+4 10
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 4(b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (four questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 4 4 4
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options)
Example: Tick( √) the correct answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……………. a. fable b. setting c.
plot
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 7 Third Term Full Marks: 25
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Word Building Q.N.1 2+2+2 6 6
( textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
( Include any three sets Q.N.2
of questions with two Match these words with the words with the similar meanings. OR
items each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings. OR
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Q.N. 4 (a) 3+3+4 3+3+4 10
Comprehension: Write True/False. (three questions)
( Textual Passage of OR Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (three questions)
about 100 words, with Q.N. 4 (b)
two sets of questions ) Write short Answers. (four questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 4 4 4
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options)
Example: Tick( √) the correct answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……………. a. fable b.
setting c. plot
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1 5 5
(any one out of two) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4 lines)
Grand Total 25

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Subject: English II (Wonder English Literature)
Class : 7 Final Term Full Marks: 50
S.N. AREAS ITEMS No of Q Marks Total
1 Vocabulary Building Q.N.1 5+5+5 15 15
(textual words only) Rearrange the letters to make words.
Q.N.2
( Include any three sets of Match these words with the words with the similar meanings.
questions with four items OR
each) Match the words with the words with opposite meanings.
Q.N. 3 Use the words in sentences.
2 Reading Comprehension: ( Q.N. 4 (a) 5+5+5 5+5+5 15
Textual Passage of about 120 Write True/False. (five questions)
words, with two sets of Q.N. 4 (b)
questions ) Fill in the blanks with right words from the passage. (five questions)
Q.N. 4 (c) Write short Answers. (five questions)
3 Literary Terms (from Q.N. 5 6 6 6
Literature Focus) Multiple choice (with three options) Example: Tick( √) the correct
answer:
The time and place of events in a story is called ……… a. fable b.
setting c. plot
4 Writing Task Q.N. 6 1+1 7+7 14
(any two out of three) Write a short note on ……………………. OR
Give a character sketch of ………………………. OR
Write a short biography of …………(Outlines to be given) OR
Explain these lines from the poem in your own words, ( Give 2 -4
lines)
Grand Total 50 50 50

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Opt. English
Class: Nine
Time: 1:30 hr. First Term Examination F.M.: 50

S.N. Topic Type of Q. No. of Q. Weightage Remarks


1. Reading Comprehension (Seen Passage) Short 2×4=8
2. Prose Short 2 5×2=10
Long (Summary/ Analytical / 1 8×1=8
comparison)
3. Poetry: Long (Summary/ Analytical /
a. Explain with reference to the context comparison) 1 4×1=4
b. Summary/Analytical 1 8×1=8
4. Drama Long (Summary/ Analytical /
a. Analytical/Comparison comparison) 1 8×1=8
b. Knowledge / Dramatic elements 1 4×1=4
Total 50
Second, Third and Final Examination
Time: 3.00 Hrs. F.M.: 100

S.N. Section Q. Type No. of Q. Weightage


1. Reading Comprehension (Seen passage) Short 4 3×4=12
2. Poetry Long (Summary / Analytical / comparison) 1 10×1=10
(25 marks) Literary tools/terms 1 5×1=5
Short 1 5×1=5
Context 1 5×1=5
3. Prose Short 4 5×4=20
(43 marks) Short 2 6×2=12
Long (Summary / Analytical / comparison) 1 11×1=11
4. Drama Long (Summary / Analytical / comparison) 1 10×1=10
(20 marks) Long (Analytical / comparison) 1 10×1=10
Total 100

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Final Examinations-2075
Opt. English
Class: Ten
Time: 1:30 hr. First Term Examination F.M.: 50
S.N. Topic Type of Q. No. of Q. Weightage Remarks
1. Reading Comprehension 2×4=8
2. Story Short 1 5×1=5
Long (Analytical / comparison) 1 8×1=8
3. Essay Short 1 5×1=5
4. Poetry:
c. Explain with reference to the context Short 1 4×1=4
d. Summary/Analytical Long (Analytical / comparison) 1 8×1=8
5. Drama
c. Analytical/Comparison Long (Analytical / comparison) 1 8×1=8
d. Knowledge Short 1 4×1=4
Total 50
Second Term / Pre-Test/SEE Examination
Time: 3.00 Hrs. F.M.: 100

S.N. Section Q. Type No. Weightage


of Q.
1. Reading Comprehension (Seen passage) Short 4 3×4=12
2. Poetry Short 2 5×2=10
(25 marks) Explain with reference to the context 1 5×1=5
Long 1 10×1=10
3. Prose Short 4 5×4=20
(43 marks) Short 2 6×2=12
Long 1 11×1=11*
4. Drama Long (Knowledgeable) 1 10×1=10
(20 marks) Long (Applicable) 1 10×1=10
Total 100
* Two short questions will be asked from novel in Pre-Test /SEE examination.

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Social Studies
Class -One
F.M.30
First Term P.M.12
Very Short Short Long Total Total
SN Name of the lessons
Questions Questions Questions Questions Marks
Social Studies
1 It’s Me 1 1 2 3
2 My Family 1 1 2 3
3 All The Things I Have 2 2 2
4 Fun With Friends 1 1 4
5 Regards For Seniors 1 1 4
6 Happy To Be Small 2 2 2
7 Love For Clothes 1 1 2 3
8 How Can I Help You 1 1 2 3
9 Different Jobs 1 1 4
Creative Arts 1 1 2
10 Drawing
11 Paper Works
12 Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Class -One

Second Term
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Short Long Total Total
Questions Questions Questions Questions Marks
Social Studies
1 Kindness Is A Good Virtue 1 1 4
2 People Who Need Our Help 2 2 2
3 Will You Help Me? 1 1 2 5
4 Helping and Receiving Help 1 1 2 3
5 Things Every Where 1 1 2 5
6 Marker, Wiper, Whiteboard, 1 1 2 3
Bench
7 What Do I Do At Home? 1 1 2 3
8 Read, Write And Play 1 1 2 3
Creative Arts 1 1 2
9. Map work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Class: One
Third Term
Very Short Short Long Total Total
SN Name of the lessons
Questions Questions Questions Questions Marks
Social Studies
1 The Land Around My Home 1 1 2 3
2 My School Is In A Valley 1 1 2 5
3 Drawing A House 1 1 2 3
4 Drawing A Picture Of My 1 1 2 3
School
5 When Was I Born ? 1 1 4
6 Parents And Grandparents 1 1 2 5
7 My Mother, The Best Mother 2 2 2
8 My Mamagahar 1 1 2 3
Creative Arts 1 1 2
9 Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks


Fill in the blanks 1×2 2
Objective Multiple choice 1×2 2
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×2 2
True/False 1×2 2
Short questions 2×5 10
Subjective Long question (2 in 3) 4×2 8
Map work 4×1 4
Total 30
Project Work 20 marks

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Class - One Social Studies
Annual Examination F.M.60 P.M.24
S.N. Lesson Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1. It’s Me 1 1 1
2. My Family 1 1 1
3. All The Things I Have 1 1 1
4. Fun With Friends 1 1 1
5. Regards For Seniors 1 1 2
6. Happy To Be Small 1 1 2
7. Love For Clothes 1 1 2
8. How Can I Help You 1 1 2
9. Different Jobs 1 1 2
10. Kindness Is A Good Virtue 1 1 2
11. People Who Need Our Help 1 1 1
12. Will You Help Me? 1 1 4
13. Helping and Receiving Help 2 2 2
14. Things Every Where 1 1 2
15. Marker, Wiper, Whiteboard, Bench 1 1 1
16. What Do I Do At Home? 1 1 2
17. Read, Write And Play 1 1 1
18. The Land Around My Home 1 1 1
19. My School Is In A Valley 1 1 1
20. Drawing A House 1 1 1
21. Drawing A Picture Of My School 1 1 1
22. When Was I Born ? 1 1 1
23. Parents And Grandparents 1 1 1
24. My Mother, The Best Mother 1 1 1
25. My Mamagahar 1 1 4
26. They Work ; I Help 1 1 4
27. I Keep My Things Safe 1 1 2
28. Home Made Food 1 1 2
29. Made At Home 1 1 4
Creative Arts 2 2 4
30. Visual Arts
31. Music, Dance and Acting
Map Work 1+1 8
Total 16 12 3 in 4 32 60
Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Class -One
Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks
Fill in the blanks 1×4 4
Objective Multiple choice 1×4 4
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×4 4
True/False 1×4 4
Short questions 2×12 24
Subjective Long questions (3 in 4) 4×3 12
Map work 4×2 8
Total 60
Project Work 40 marks

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Specification Grid of Project Work
Class - One
S.N Items First Term Second Term Third Term Annual Exam
1. Creative Art 10 10 10 20
2. Community and Research Work 3 3 3 6
3. Map Work and Picture Related Work 3 3 3 6
4. Behavioural Change and Day-to-day Activities 4 4 4 8
Total 20 20 20 40

The following things are under the above-mentioned items:


1. Creative Arts: i. Story, poem, song, conversation, acting etc.
ii. Practical evaluation from the lessons (Creative Arts) given in Lesson Plan.
2. Community Work: Field trip, interaction etc.
Research Work: Questionnaire, observation, data collection etc.
3. Picture Work: Drawing pictures and using colours.
Map Work: Drawing map, inserting things, copying the given map etc.
4. Behavioural Change: Demonstration of behaviour, co-operation with friends etc.
Day - to - day Activities: Classroom participation, maintenance of homework and notes, personal cleanliness, discipline, language etc.

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Social Studies
Class -Two
First Term F.M.30, P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1 What Does Rohit Do 1 1 2 5
Everyday?
2 Our Work 1 1 2 3
3 My Duty And Responsibility 1 1 2 5
4 I Love My Things 2 1 3 4
5 Living With The Neighbours 1 1 2 5
6 Food And Clothes In My 1 1 2 3
Neighbourhood
7 Festivals And Holidays 1 1 2 3
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Drawing (1.1 – 1.4)
Project Work
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30
Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

Second Term
SN Name of the lessons V. S. Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1 Good Neighbours 2 1 3 4
2 People With Disability 1 1 4
3 People Who Need Our Help 2 1 3 4
4 Cooperation: You Help Me, I Help You 1 1 2 5
5 Public And Private Property 1 1 2 5
6 Protecting Public Property 1 1 2 3
7 Civil Behaviour: Wait For Your Turn 1 1 2 3
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30
Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Social Studies
Class -Two
Third Term
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Short Long Total Total
Questions Questions Questions Questions Marks
Social Studies
1. Mountain And Plains 1 1 2 5
2. Hills And Valleys 1 1 2 5
3. Fun With Drawing 2 1 3 4
4. My Birthday 2 1 3 4
5. My Friends’ Parents 1 2 3 5
6. National Emblems 1 1 2 5
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks


Fill in the blanks 1×2 2
Objective Multiple choice 1×2 2
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×2 2
True/False 1×2 2
Short questions 2×5 10
Subjective Long question (2 in 3) 4×2 8
Map work 4×1 4
Total 30
Project Work 20 marks

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Class - Two (Social Studies)
Annual Examination F.M.60 P.M.24
S.N. Lesson Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1. What Does Rohit Do Everyday? 2 2 2
2. Our Work 1 1 2
3. My Duty And Responsibility 2 2 2
4. I Love My Things 1 1 2
5. Living With The Neighbours 1 1 1
6. Food And Clothes In My Neighbourhood 1 1 2
7. Festivals And Holidays 1 1 2
8. Good Neighbours 1 1 2 3
9. People With Disability 1 1 2
10. People Who Need Our Help 1 1 1
11. Cooperation: You Help Me, I Help You 1 1 2
12. Public And Private Property 2 2 2
13. Protecting Public Property 1 1 2
14. Civil Behaviour: Wait For Your Turn 1 1 4
15. Mountain And Plains 1 1 1
16. Hills And Valleys 1 1 1
17. Fun With Drawing 1 1 1
18. My Birthday 1 1 1
19. My Friends’ Parents 2 2 2
20. National Emblems 1 1 2 3
21. Respect Your Works 1 1 4
22. Where’s My Bag, Mom? “You Should 1 1 4
Mind Your Things”.
23. Farming And Crops 1 1 2
24. Factories And Industries 1 1 4
Creative Arts 2 2 4
Map Work 1+1 8
Total 16 12 3 in 4 34 60

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of development regions and zones, Chitwan district will be given.

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Class -Two
Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks
Fill in the blanks 1×4 4
Objective Multiple choice 1×4 4
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×4 4
True/False 1×4 4
Short questions 2×12 24
Subjective Long questions (3 in 4) 4×3 12
Map work 4×2 8
Total 60
Project Work 40 marks

Specification Grid of Project Work


Class - Two
S.N Items First Term Second Term Third Term Annual Exam
1. Creative Art 10 10 10 20
2. Community and Research Work 3 3 3 6
3. Map Work and Picture Related Work 3 3 3 6
4. Behavioural Change and Day-to-day Activities 4 4 4 8
Total 20 20 20 40

The following things are under the above-mentioned items:


1. Creative Arts: i. Story, poem, song, conversation, acting etc.
ii. Practical evaluation and oral test from the lessons (Creative Arts) given in Lesson Plan.
2. Community Work: Field trip, interaction etc.
Research Work: Questionnaire, observation, data collection etc.
3. Picture Work: Drawing pictures and using colours.
Map Work: Drawing map, inserting things, copying the given map etc.
4. Behavioural Change: Demonstration of behavior, co-operation with friends etc.
Day - to - day Activities: Classroom participation, maintenance of homework and notes, personal cleanliness, discipline, language etc.

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Social Studies
Class -Three
First Term F.M.30 P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1. My Family 2 1 3 4
2. Greeting And Respecting Our 1 1 4
Relatives
3. Disabled Are Differently Able 1 1 4
4. Helping Others 2 1 3 4
5. My Rural Municipality 1 1 2 5
6. We Live With Our Past 2 1 3 4
7. Every Work Is Important 1 1 2 3
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Central Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.
Second Term F.M.30 P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1. Helping The Family 1 1 2 5
2. Many Cultures: Many Ways Of 1 1 4
Greeting
3. Helping The Helpless 2 1 3 4
4. Natural Resources 1 1 2 5
5. Road Rules and Traffic Signs 2 1 3 4
6. Santosh’s Village 1 1 2 3
7. Spend Less, Save For Future 1 1 2 3
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30
Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Central Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.

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Class -Three
Third Term F.M.30 P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Short Long Total Total
Questions Questions Questions Questions Marks
Social Studies
1. Helping Beyond The Family 2 1 3 4
2. Fun With Festivals 1 1 2 5
3. False Beliefs; Bad Practices 1 1 2 5
4. Posters And Notice Boards 2 1 3 4
5. My Municipality 1 1 2 5
6. They Live On Their Own 1 2 3 5
Products
Creative Arts 1 1 2
7. Clay Work
8. Folk Songs
9. Project Work
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks


Fill in the blanks 1×2 2
Objective Multiple choice 1×2 2
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×2 2
True/False 1×2 2
Short questions 2×5 10
Subjective Long questions (2 in 3) 4×2 8
Map work 4×1 4
Total 30
Project Work 20 marks

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Central Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.

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Class -Three Social Studies
Annual Examination F.M.60 P.M.24
S.N. Lesson Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies 2
1. My Family 1 1 2
2. Helping The Family 2 2 2
3. Helping Beyond The Family 1 1 2
4. Story of Mr. Careless 1 1 4
5. Greeting and Respecting our Relatives 1 1 2
6. Many Cultures: Many Ways of Greeting 1 1 2
7. Fun With Festivals 2 2 2
8. Our Community Heroes 1 1 2
9. Disabled are Differently Able 2 2 2
10. Helping The Helpless 1 1 2
11. False Beliefs; Bad Practices 1 1 2
12. Helping Others 1 1 2
13. Natural Resources 2 2 2
14. Road Rules and Traffic Signs 1 1 4
15. Posters and Notice Boards 1 1 2 3
16. Know the Child Rights and Duties 1 1 4
17. My Rural Municipality 1 1 2 3
18. Santosh’s Village 1 1 1
19. My Municipality 1 1 2
20. We Live With Our Past 1 1 1
21. Our National Heroes 1 1 4
22. Every work is Important 1 1 1
23. Spend Less, Save for Future 1 1 1
24. They Live on Their own Products 1 1 1
25. Nepali Goods First 1 1 1
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Map Work 1+1 8
Total 16 12 3 in 4 32 60

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Central Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.

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Class -Three

Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks


Fill in the blanks 1×4 4
Objective Multiple choice 1×4 4
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×4 4
True/False 1×4 4
Short questions 2×12 24
Subjective Long questions (3 in 4) 4×3 12
Map work 4×2 8
Total 60
Project Work 40 marks

Specification Grid of Project Work


Class - Three
S.N Items First Term Second Term Third Term Annual Exam
1. Creative Art 10 10 10 20
2. Community and Research Work 3 3 3 6
3. Map Work and Picture Related Work 3 3 3 6
4. Behavioural Change and Day-to-day 4 4 4 8
Activities
Total 20 20 20 40

The following things are under the above-mentioned items:


1. Creative Arts: i. Story, poem, song, conversation, acting etc.
ii. Practical evaluation from the lessons (Creative Arts) given in Lesson Plan.
2. Community Work: Field trip, interaction etc.
Research Work: Questionnaire, observation, data collection etc.
3. Picture Work: Drawing pictures and using colours.
Map Work: Drawing map, inserting things, copying the given map etc.
4. Behavioural Change: Demonstration of behaviour, co-operation with friends etc.
Day - to - day Activities: Classroom participation, maintenance of homework and notes, personal cleanliness, discipline, language etc.

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Social Studies
First Term Class -Four F.M.30 P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Questions Short Questions Long Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1. Work And Profession In My 1 1 2 3
Neighbourhood
2. Love And Respect Elders 2 2 2
3. Help In Need Is Help Indeed 1 1 4
4. Rights Of Children 1 1 2 3
5. Rights Of Women 2 2 2
6. Natural Resources Of Nepal 1 1 4
7. My District, Sunsari 1 1 2 3
8. Kathmandu In The Past 1 1 2 3
9. Work Is Worship 1 1 4
Creative Arts 1 2
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30
Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.
Second Term F.M.30 P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons V. S. Questions S. Questions L. Questions Total Questions Total Marks
Social Studies
1. Guess Who I Am 1 1 4
2. A Garland Of Hundred Flowers: We Nepalese 1 1 2 3
3. The Habits That Harm 1 1 4
4. Temple, Stupas, Palaces, Mosques And Churches 2 1 3 4
5. Live Clean, Think Clear 1 1 2 3
6. Rules Of The Road 1 1 4
7. Mapping Surkhet 2 2 2
8. Ne, Nippa, Nepar, Nepal 1 1 2
9. Use Your Things Wisely 2 2 2
Creative Arts 1 1 2
10. Collage Art
11. Printing
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30
Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.

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Class -Four
Third Term F.M.30 P.M.12
SN Name of the lessons Very Short Short Long Total Total
Questions Questions Questions Questions Marks
Social Studies
1. Mutual Help In The Neighbourhood 1 1 2 3
2. My Heart Belongs To My Birthplace 1 1 4
3. We Must Eliminate Wrong Practices 1 1 2 3
4. Rural Municipality (Gaunpalika) 1 1 2 3
5. Municipality 1 1 4
6. Our Earth 1 1 4
7. Nepal And Her Neighbours 1 1 2 3
8. Our Martyrs 2 2 2
9. Economic Activities 2 2 2
Creative Arts 1 1 2
Map Work 1 4
Total 8 5 2 in 3 16 30

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.

Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks


Fill in the blanks 1×2 2
Objective Multiple choice 1×2 2
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×2 2
True/False 1×2 2
Short questions 2×5 10
Subjective Long questions (2 in 3) 4×2 8
Map work 4×1 4
Total 30
Project Work 20 marks

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Class - Four
Annual Examination F.M. 60 P.M. 24
V. S. Questions S. Questions L. Questions Total Questions Total Marks
S.N. Lesson
Social Studies
1. Work and Profession In My Neighbourhood 1 1 1
2. Guess Who I am 1 1 1
3. Mutual Help In The Neighbourhood 1 1 2
4. Love And Respect Elders 1 1 1
5. A Garland Of Hundred Flowers: We Nepalese 1 1 1
6. My Heart Belongs To My Birthplace 1 1 2
7. Jhamak Kumari Ghimire 1 1 2
8. Help In Need Is Help Indeed 1 1 1
9. The Habits That Harm 1 1 1
10. We Must Eliminate Wrong Practices 1 1 2
11. Community Services For Our Good 1 1 4
12. Rights Of Children 1 1 2
13. Rights Of Women 1 1 4
14. Natural Resources of Nepal 1 1 1
15. Temple, Stupas, Palaces, Mosques and Churches 1 1 2
16. Live Clean, Think Clear 1 1 1
17. Rules of The Road 1 1 1
18. Rural Municipality (Gaunpalika) 1 1 4
19. Municipality 1 1 1
20. We All Are Equal 1 1 2
21. My District, Sunsari 1 1 1
22. Mapping Surkhet
23. Our Earth 1 1 2
24. Nepal and Her Neighbours 1 1 1
25. India 1 1 2
26. Kathmandu In The Past 1 1 1
27. Ne, Nippa, Nepar, Nepal 1 1 1
28. Our Martyrs 1 1 4
29. Work is Worship 1 1 1
30. Use Your Things Wisely
31. Economic Activities 1 1 1
32. Our Products, Our Pride 1 1 2
Creative Arts 2 2 4
Map Work 1+1 8
Total 16 12 3 in 4 32 60

Map Work: As given in the lesson plan, in place of Development Region and Narayani zone, Province No. 3 will be given.

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Class -Four

Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks


Fill in the blanks 1×4 4
Objective Multiple choice 1×4 4
(Very Short Questions) Matching 1×4 4
True/False 1×4 4
Short questions 2×12 24
Subjective Long questions (3 in 4) 4×3 12
Map work 4×2 8
Total (32 in 33) 60
Project Work 40 marks

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Specification Grid of Project Work
Class - Four
S.N Items First Term Second Term Third Term Annual Exam
1. Creative Arts 4 4 4 8
2. Research Work and Community Work 4 4 4 8
3. Picture Related Work and Map Work 4 4 4 8
4. Behavioural Change and Day to Day 4 4 4 8
Activities
5. Oral Test 4 4 4 8
Total 20 20 20 40

The following things are under the above-mentioned items:


1. Creative Arts:
i. Story, poem, song, conversation, acting etc.
ii. Practical evaluation from the lessons (Creative Arts) given in lesson plan.
2. Research Work:
Questionnaire, observation, data collection etc.
Community Work:
Field trip, interaction etc.
3. Picture Work:
Drawing pictures and using colours.
Map Work:
Drawing map, inserting things, copying the given map etc.
4. Behavioural Change:
Demonstration of behaviour, co-operation with friends etc.
Day-to-day Activities:
Classroom participation, maintenance of homework and notes, personal cleanliness, discipline, language etc.
5. Oral Test:
Test on any matter especially personal, social and textual.

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Social Studies
Class – Five
First, Second and Third Terminal Examination
F.M. 37.5 P.M. 15
Section One Section Two Section Three
Knowledge and Practical and Critical Thinking Attitudes and Total Total
Unit Name of the Lesson Understanding Research Skill Skill Values Question Marks
V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. –– ––

1. Me, My Family and My 1 1(0.5) 2 3.5


Neighborhood
2. Our Traditions, Customs and 1 1 2 6
Social Values
3. Social Problems and Their 1 1 2 4
Solutions
4. Civic Awareness 1 1 1 3 9
5. Our Earth 1 1 1 3 9
6. Our Past 1 1 2 4
7. Our Economic Activities 1 1 2 4
8. Creative Arts 1 1 3
Total 4 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 17 37.5

Types of Question Marks Division Total Marks


Very Short 0.5+6×1 6.5
Short 7×3 21
Long (2 in 3) 2×5 10
Total 37.5
Project Work 12.5

Map work for all term:


Province No. 3 will be given in place of development region and zone.

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Social Studies
Class – Five
Annual Examination
F.M. 75 P.M. 30
Section One Section Two Section Three
Knowledge and Practical and Critical Thinking Attitudes and Total Total
Unit Name of the Lesson Understanding Research Skill Skill Values Question Marks
V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. –– ––

1. Me, My Family and My 1 1 1 1 4 8


Neighborhood
2. Our Traditions, Customs and 1 1 1 1 4 10
Social Values
3. Social Problems and Their 1 1 1 1 4 12
Solutions
4. Civic Awareness 1 1 1 1 1 5 13
5. Our Earth 1 1 1 1 4 10
6. Our Past 1 1 1 1 1 5 13
7. Our Economic Activities 1 1 1 1 4 8
8. Creative Arts 1 1 2 6
Total 5 5 2 3 4 1 4 2 1 1 3 1 31 in 32 75

Types of Question Marks Division Total Marks


Very Short 13×1 13
Short 14×3 42
Long (4 in 5) 4×5 20
Total 75
Project Work 25

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Specification Grid of Project Work
Class - Five
S.N Items First Term Second Term Third Term Annual Exam
1. Creative Arts 2.5 2.5 2.5 5
2. Research Work and Community Work 2.5 2.5 2.5 5
3. Picture Related Work and Map Work 2.5 2.5 2.5 5
4. Behavioural Change and Day to Day Activities 2.5 2.5 2.5 5
5. Oral Test 2.5 2.5 2.5 5
Total 12.5 12.5 12.5 25

The following things are under the above-mentioned items:


1. Creative Arts:
a. Story, poem, song, conversation, acting etc.
b. Practical evaluation from the lessons (Creative Arts) given in lesson plan.
2. Research Work: Questionnaire, observation, data collection etc.
Community Work: Field trip, interaction etc.
3. Picture Work: Drawing pictures and using colours.
Map Work: Drawing map, inserting things, copying the given map etc.
4. Behavioural Change: Demonstration of behaviour, co-operation with friends etc.
Day-to-day Activities:
Classroom participation, maintenance of homework and notes, personal cleanliness, discipline, language etc.
5. Oral Test: Test on any matter especially personal, social and textual.

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Social Studies
Class – Six and Seven: First, Second and Third Terminal Examination
Class – Eight: First Terminal Examination
F.M. 37.5 P.M. 15
Section One Section Two Section Three
Knowledge and Practical and Critical Thinking Attitudes and Total Total
Unit Name of the Lesson Understanding Research Skill Skill Values Question Marks
L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. –– ––

1. We and Our Society - - 1(0.5) - - - - - - - - - 1 0.5


2. Our Social Norms and Values - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 5
3. Social Problems and Their - - - - 1 - - - - - - - 1 5
Solutions
4. Civic Consciousness - - 1 - - - - - - - - - 1 1
5. Our Earth - - - 1 - - - - - - - - 1 7
6. Our Past - - - - - - - 1 - - - - 1 5
7. Our Economic Activities - - 1 - - - - - - - - - 1 1
8. Our International Relation and - - 1 - - - - - - - - - 1 1
Co-operation
9. Population and Demographic 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 7
Status
10. Population Growth and Its -- - - - 1 - - - - - - - 1 5
Management
Total 1 - 4 1 2 – - 1 - – 1 - 10 37.5

Types of Question Marks Division Total Marks


Very Short 0.5+3×1 3.5
Short 4×5 20
Long 2×7 14
Total 37.5
Project Work 12.5
Note:
1. Project Work:- 25% (12.5 marks) to be conducted by the teacher concerned.
2. Map work: In place of development regions and zones, Provinces of Nepal will be given.

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Class – Six and Seven: Annual Examination
Class – Eight: Second Term, Third Term and Annual Examination
F.M. 75 P.M. 30
Section One Section Two Section Three
Knowledge and Practical and Critical Thinking Attitudes and Total Total
Understanding Research Skill Skill Values Question Marks
Unit Name of the Lesson
L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. L.Q. S.Q. V.S.Q. –– ––
1. We and Our Society - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - 2 7
2. Our Social Norms and Values - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 - 2 7
3. Social Problems and Their Solutions - - 1 - 1 - - - - - - - 2 7
4. Civic Consciousness - - 1 - - - 1 - - - - - 2 9
5. Our Earth - - - 1 - 1 - - - - - - 2 9
6. Our Past - - 1 - - - - 1 - - - - 2 7
7. Our Economic Activities - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - 2 7
8. Our International Relation and - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - 2 7
Co-operation
9. Population and Demographic Status 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 8
10. Population Growth and Its Management - - 1 - 1 - - - - - - - 2 7
Total 1 3 7 1 2 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 19 75
Types of Question Marks Division Total Marks
Very Short 9×1 9
Short 7×6 42
Long 3×8 24
Total 75
Project Work 25
Note:
1. Project Work:- 25% of the total marks to be conducted by the teacher concerned.
2. Question in the Annual Examination for class VI and VII will be set according to the following marks weightage:
First Term 20% Second Term 25% Third Term 25% Final Term 30%
3. The questions in the Second Terminal and Third Terminal Examination for class VIII will be asked according to the following marks weightage
Second Term Third Term
20% from First Term 20% from First Term
80% from Second Term 20% from Second Term
60% from Third Term
4. Similarly question can be asked to insert the facts in the given map of the continent also. A long question from unit 5 will be asked to draw an outline map of Nepal ad
insert the given facts.
5. Map work: In place of development regions and zones, Provinces of Nepal will be given.

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Specification Grid of Project Work
Class – Six and Seven
Examination Creative Skill-oriented Research Participation in Model role Total
Work Work Oriented work Community work Performance Marks
E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L
Term Exam 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 37.5
Annual Exam 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 75
E = Excellent, G = Good, M = Medium, N = Normal, L = Low

Class – Eight
Examination Creative Skill-oriented Research Participation in Model role Total
Work Work Oriented work Community work Performance Marks
E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L
First Term Exam 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 37.5
2 term, 3rd term and
nd
5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 75
Annual Exam
E = Excellent, G = Good, M = Medium, N = Normal, L = Low

The following things are included under the above mentioned items:
1. Creative work:
Story, poem, song, debate, dialogue, role play, acting, letter, editorial etc.
2. Skill-oriented work:
Construction or preparation of list, Table, bar chart, pie chart, time line, map, planning, report etc.
3. Research oriented work:
Observation, interview, data collection, news collection, analysis etc.
4. Participation in community work:
Participation in community work and interaction.
5. Model role performance:
Leadership, mutual co-operation, tolerance, coordination, exhibition or remarkable talent, exhibition of extra ordinary performance in society, etc.
N.B.: Evaluation should be made by recoding stidents’ performances regularly. The pass marks of practical evaluation is 10.

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075

(Theoretical Evaluation)
Social Studies

Class - Nine and Ten - First Terminal Examination F.M.: 37.5 P.M.: 15

Section One Section Two Section Three


Creative, Critical Ability to do (application,
Knowledge and Attitudes and Total Total
Thinking and Analysis, practical and
Understanding Values Question Marks
Unit Area/Scope Problem Solving research skill)
V.S.Q S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. -- ––

1 We and Our Society 1(0.5) 1 0.5


2 Development and Infrastructures of 1 1 4
Development
3 Our Social Values and Norms 1 1 4
4 Social Problems and Solutions 1 1 1
5 Civic Consciousness 1 1 4
6 Our Earth 1 1 2 8
7 Our Past 1 1 7
8 Our Economic Activities 1 1 2 5
9 Our International Relation and 1 1 4
Co-operation
Total questions 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 11
Total marks 1.5 8 1 4 7 1 4 7 4 37.5

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Types of Question No. of Marks Total Marks Time Division
questions Division
Long Answer Question 2 1×7 2×7=14 Each 1 mark question takes 1.8 minute. Students need to answer the
Short Answer Question 5 1×4 5×4=20 questions by adjusting the time as per the nature of the questions.
Very Short Answer Question 4 1×0.5 1×0.5=0.5 They need to answer the questions without making a long background
3×1=3 to read the questions, thin and answer them on time.
Total 37.5
Note:
a. Questions can be asked from the contemporary affairs of Nepal and the world by adjusting the subject and areas concerned with the above mentioned
units. However, such questions should be relevant with the curriculum and text book of the social studies.
b. i. Class Ten: In the unit 6, a long question will be asked to draw a map of Nepal to show the general size and shape using the free-hand method. An
alternative question to draw a map of any one of the continents: Africa, North America and South America by using same method will also be asked.
Also, the students need to insert the given facts on the maps. Nonetheless, in case of North America, the students need not show the islands to the north of
Hodson Bay.
ii. Class Nine: From unit 6, a log question will be asked to draw a map of Nepal and insert the given facts. An alternative question to draw a map any
one of the continents (Asia, Europe and Australia) and insert the given facts will also be asked. The students need not show the islands that lie to the
South East Asia
c. At least a short or long question of project work including its such organs as action plan, methods, tools and report or any one organ from among the
various organs of report of excursion will be asked relating to the community work from the ability to do level (any one out of unit 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9).

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
(Theoretical Evaluation)
Class Nine : Second, Third and Final Examination
Class Ten : Second and Third Terminal Examination F.M.: 75 P.M.: 30

Section One Section Two Section Three


Creative, Critical Ability to do
Knowledge and Thinking and (application, practical Attitudes and Total Total
Unit Name of the Lesson Understanding (31%) Analysis, Problem and Values (12%) Question Marks
Solving (36%) research skill) (21%)
V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. V.S.Q. S.Q. L.Q. -- ––

1 We and Our Society 2 5


2 Development and Infrastructures of 1 1 1 1
2 5
Development
3 Our Social Values and Norms 2 5
1 1 1 1
4 Social Problems and Solutions 2 5
5 Civic Consciousness 1 2 11
1 1
6 Our Earth 1 1 3 15
7 Our Past 1 3 12
1 1 1 1
8 Our Economic Activities 3 12
9 Our International Relation and 1 1
1 2 5
Co-operation
Total questions 4 3 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 21 75
Total marks 4 12 7 1 12 14 1 8 7 1 8 0 75

Types of Question No. of Marks Total Marks Time Division


questions Division
Long Answer Question 4 1×7 4×7=28 Each 1 mark question takes 1.8 minute. Students need to answer the questions by
Short Answer Question 10 1×4 10×4=40 adjusting the time as per the nature of the questions. They need to answer the
Very Short Answer Question 7 1×0.5 7×1=7 questions without making a long background to read the questions, think and
answer them on time.
Total 75

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Class Nine : Second, Third and Final Examination
Class Ten : Second and Third Terminal Examination
Note:
a. Questions can be asked from the contemporary affairs of Nepal and the world by adjusting the subject and areas concerned with the above mentioned
units. However, such questions should be relevant with the curriculum and text book of the Social Studies.
b. The provision has been made to ask very short, short and long questions by combining two units. The provision has also been made to prepare such
questions from the two domains (level) of learning. From example, a short question should be asked from value and attitude level of the unit 4 while the
same mark's short question should be asked from the creative, critical thinking, analysis and problem solving of the unit 3 and vice versa. The same rules
will be applicable from other units and level of questions.
c. i. Class Nine: A log question will be asked from unit 6 to draw a map of Nepal and insert the given facts. An alternative question to draw a map of any
one of the continents (Asia, Europe and Australia) and insert the given facts will also be asked. The students need not show the islands that lie to the
South East Asia.
ii. Class Ten: In the unit 6 long questions will be asked to draw a map of Nepal to show the general size and shape using the free-hand method. An
alternative question to draw a map of any one of the continents: Africa, North America and South America by using same method will also be asked.
Also, the students need to insert the given facts in the maps. Nonetheless, in case of North America, the students need not show the islands to the north of
Hodson Bay.
d. At least a short or long question of project work including its such organs as action plan, methods, tools and report or any one organ from among the
various organs of report of excursion will be asked relating to the community work from the ability to do level (any one out of unit 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9).

SPECIFICATION GRID 2075


(Practical Evaluation)
Social Studies

Class - Nine and Ten - First Terminal Examination


Examination Positive Practical Project Work Practical Exam Total
Behaviour Evaluation Marks
E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L E G M N L
Class Nine and Ten : First Term Exam 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 5 4 3 2 1 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 12.5
Class Nine: 2nd term, 3rd term and Annual Exam
5 4 3 2 1 10 8 6 4 2 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 25
Class Ten : 2nd term, 3rd term Exam
E= Excellent, G = Good, M = Medium, N = Normal, L = Low

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Note:
a. Positive Behaviour: Socialization, leadership, team work, tolerance, co-ordination, exhibition of talence, discipline, positive thinking, respect
to others, excellent behaviour in school and society.
b. Practical Evaluation:
- Creative work: Story, poem, songs, elocution, dialogue, letters, editorial, news, drawings, slogans, pamphlets, charts etc - 4 marks.
- Skill oriented work: List, table, bar-graph, pie chart, time line, pictures, planning, questionnaire, poster, news collection and analysis,
reports and other materials - 4 marks.
- Files used by teachers in the process of teaching: Record of project work, community work, class work, co-curricular or extra
curricular activities - 2 marks.
c. Project work, field visit and report: Report preparation about any one project work or community work or field visit on the basis of
participation, planning, observation, interview, data collection etc.
d. Practical exam:
- Interview - 2 marks.
- Preparation and demonstration: Preparation of any materials related to earthquake, climate, longitude and time, collection of historical
objects, preparation of materials to generate public awareness and their demonstration - 3 marks.

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36]sf 36gfx¿nfO{ cfwf/ dfgL k|:t't ul/g] x'Fbf o;sf dfWodaf6 To:tf ljlzi6 JolStTj Pjd\ rl/qx¿sf] df}lvs tyf lnlvt j0f{g ug]{ ;Lksf] ljsf; u/fpg
;lsG5 . o;sf cltl/St o:tf kf7x¿af6 ;:j/ tyf df}gk7g, k7gaf]w, df}lvs tyf lnlvt ¿kdf k|Zgf]Q/ a'Fbfl6kf]6, JofVof, ;f/f+z, 36gfj|md ldnfpg], sl7g
zAbsf] pRrf/0f, cy{ / k|of]u, >'ltn]vg h:tf lj|mofsnfk u/fpg'k5{ .

lgaGw
o; ljwfsf] d'Vo k|of]hg ljBfyL{df uBfTds cleJolStsf] af]wÔdtfsf ;fy} uBfTds lnlvt cleJolSt Ôdtfsf] ljsf; ug'{ xf] . o; txdf kf7\o tyf n]Vo lgaGwx¿sf]
eflifs ;Lk ljsf;sf] cEof; u/fp“bf df}gk7g, af]w, k|Zgf]Q/, 5n˚n, JofVof cflbsf] pkof]u ug'{k5{ . o;sf cltl/St uBf+zsf] ;:j/k7g, k7gaf]w, df}lvs tyf
lnlvt k|Zgf]Q/, a'“bfl6kf]6, JofVof, ;f/f+z, efjlj:tf/, JofVofsf ;fy} zAbf]Rrf/0f, sl7g zAbsf] cy{ klxrfg / jfSodf k|of]u, >' ltn]vg h:tf cEof; u/fpg' ck]lIft
5 . n]Vo ¿kdf o;sf] lzIf0f ubf{ lgb]{lzt / :jtGq n]vgsf k|lj|mofx¿ ckgfO{ lgaGwsf pko'St cEof; u/fpg' cfjZos 5 .

¿ks -;+jfb ÷Psfª\sL÷ jfbljjfb_


¿ks ljwfsf] d'Vo k|of]hg sYo cleJolSt Ôdtf a9fpg' xf] . o;sf] lzÔ0f ubf{ lglb{i6 ;+jfb÷Psfª\sL tyf jfbljjfbnfO{ kl/l:ylt, kfq tyf efjfg's"n jfrg clego
Pjd\ e"ldsf lgjf{xsf] cEof; u/fpg'k5{ . o; j|mddf sYo cleJolSt Ôdtf a9fpg ;xfos x'g] xfpefp, :j/sf] cf/f]x–cj/f]x, cf3ft, ult, olt cflbsf] Vofn
ug'{k5{ . ¿ks ljwfsf] cEof; u/fp“bf k|Zgf]Q/, s'/fsfgL, efjklxrfg, ;+jfb jf jfbljjfbsf] cg's/0ffTds n]vg, ;+jfbk"lt{, ;+jfbn]vg, jfbljjfbn]vg, :jtGq n]vg,
>'ltn]vg, cflb sfo{snfk;d]t u/fpg'k5{ .

kq
kq/rgf n]Vo lj|mofsnfk ePsfn] o;cGtu{t 3/fo;L lr7L, sfof{noLo÷Jofj;flos lr7L, lgj]bg, z'esfdgf kq, lgdGq0ff kq n]vgsf] cEof; u/fpg' ck]lÔt 5 . o;
j|mddf kf7df k|:t't lr7L, lgj]bg cflbsf] lzÔ0f ubf{ ltgnfO{ gd'gfsf ¿kdf pkof]u u/L ltgsf] 9ª\u9f“rf / ljleGg cª\usf] ;f]bfx/0f kl/ro;d]t lbO{ tbg'¿k
;f]xLcg'¿k cEof; u/fpg'k5{ .

Jofs/0f
o; txdf Jofs/0f lzÔ0f ug'{sf] p2]Zo afnaflnsfx¿nfO{ efiffsf] z'4 k|of]uk|lt clek|]l/t ug'{ xf] . ctM Jofs/0fnfO{ lgodx¿df s]lGb|t u/L kl/efiff / pbfx/0fåf/f
k':6\ofO“ ug]{ k/Dk/fnfO{ TofuL ljBfyL{x¿df pbfx/0f / k|of]usf cfwf/df ;Da4 kf7leq}af6 lgodsf] vf]hL ug]{ pT;'stf hufOlbg' pko'St x'G5 . o;sf cltl/St
ljBfyL{x¿s} cfkm\gf] efiffk|of]udf Jofs/0fsf] Joj:yf vf]Hg nufpg' / To;df kl/isf/ Nofpg Jofs/0ffTds ;'´sf] pkof]u ug'{ klg jf~5gLo 5 . o; txdf 5'§}
kf7\ok':tssf cfwf/df Jofs/0f lzÔ0f ug'{ af]l´nf] x'g] / p2]Zocg's"n gx'g] klg dggLo 5 .

lxHh] -j0f{ljGof;_ / n]Vo lrx\g


lxHh] -j0f{ljGof;_ sf] lzIf0f ubf{ kf7df k|o'St zAbx¿sf] j0f{ljGof; x]g]{ / z'4 k|of]u ug]{ kIfdf hf]8 lbg'k5{ . ljBfyL{nfO{ j0f{ljGof;sf lgod l;sfpgdf eGbf
lgodsf] Vofn u/L z'4n]vgdf cEof; u/fpg'k5{ . o;sf cltl/St ;do;dodf lxHh] k|ltof]lutf u/fO{ z'4 n]vgdf ;r]t u/fOg'k5{ . o;sf nflu zAbsf]zsf] k|of]uug]{
afgL a;fNg'kb{5 . o:t} kf7df k|o'St n]Vo lrx\gsf] Vofn u/L lgwf{l/t n]Vo lrx\gsf] k|of]u u/]/ jfSo /rgf ug]{ cEof; u/fpg' pko'St x'G5 . o;sf ;fy} cg'n]vg
tyf >'ltn]vg u/fpg' k5{ .
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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M Ps
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s jflif{s
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= hf]8f ldnfpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# zAb / cy{ lbO{ wsf]{ tfg]/ hf]8f ldnfpg lbg] .
@= l7s–a]l7s 5'§ofpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# kf7af6 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSo lbg]
! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! 5f]6f5f]5f jfSo lbO{ sf]i7saf6 l7s zAb 5fGg
#= vfnL 7fpF eg]{ - kf7df cfwfl/t_ ^)=%Ö# nufpg]
! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! kf7sf ZfAbfy{ v08sf /ftf zAbx¿dWo]af6 zAbsf] cflb,
$= vfnL 7fpFdf 5'6]sf cIf/ eg]{ ^)=%Ö# dWo / cGTodf 5'6]sf cIf/ eg{ nufpg]
! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ;DalGwt q}dfl;s k/LIffsf kf7sf cEof; v08af6
% pbfx/0f x]/L zAb agfpg] ^)=%Ö# pbfx/0f lbO{ zAbsf] ¿k km]g{ nufpg]
! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! lrq / cIf/x¿ x]/]/ pbfx/0f lbO{ zAb agfpg
^= lrq / cIf/x¿ x]/]/ zAb agfpg] ^)=%Ö#
nufpg]
! @)=%Ö! ! @)=%Ö! ! @)=%Ö! ! sf]i7sdf # j6f ljsNk lbO{ eg{ nufpg] -;DalGwt
^= p:t} / pN6f] cy{ 5fGg nufpg] $)=%Ö@ q}dfl;ssf kf7df k|o'Qm zAbx?dWo]af6_
! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! -s_ Ps jrgnfO{ ax'jrg / ax'jrgnfO{ Psjrgdf
-s_ kl/jt{g ug{ lbg] - x¿ yk]/ tyf x¿ x6fP/ _ - k|yd
!@Ö@ q}dfl;sdf ;f]Wg]_
-v_ -v_ lnª\ucg';f/sf] ls|ofkb 5fGg nufpg] - s'g} @
kb;ª\ult - lnª\u, jrg, k'?if / cfb/;Fu
* !@Ö@ ljsNk lbg] - bf];|f] q}dfl;sdf ;f]Wg] _
ls|ofkbsf] d]n _
-u_ -u_ d, xfdL, tF, ltdL, tkfO{F÷xh'/ , pm pgL, Tof],
!@Ö@ ltgL cflb stf{;Fu pko'Qm ls|ofkbsf] k|of]u ug{
nufpg] - @ ljsNk lbg] _ - t];|f] q}dfl;sdf ;f]Wg] _
jflif{s k/LIffdf s, v / u ;a}af6 ;f]Wg] _
— — — — — — ! @!Ö@ pbfx/0f lbO{ ;fdfGo jt{dfgsf ls|ofnfO{ ;fdfGo e"t
( sfn - ;fdfGo jt{dfg / ;fdfGo e"t dfq _ / ;fdfGo e"tsf ls|ofnfO{ ;fdfGo jt{dfgdf kl/jt{g
ug{ nufpg]
! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# k|To]s nx/df rf/j6f zAb lbO{ z'4 zJbdf l7s -_ lrXg
!) z'4 zAb 5fGg]
nufpg lbg] .
!!= zAb /fvL jfSo agfpg] ! @!=%Ö# ! @!=%Ö# ! @!=%Ö# ! %!Ö% zAbx¿ lbO{ ltgnfO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg]

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!@ zAbsf] qmd ldnfO{ jfSo agfpg] ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ zAbx¿sf] qmd gldn]sf 5f]6f jfSo lbO{ qmd ldnfpg nufpg]
!# lrq x]/]/ gfd n]Vg] ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! $!Ö$ lrqx¿ lbO{ ltgsf] gfd n]Vg nufpg]
!$= Ps zAbdf pQ/ lbg] ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! ^!Ö^ Pp6} zAbdf dfq pQ/ cfpg] k|Zg ;f]Wg]
!% Ps jfSodf pQ/ lbg] ! @@Ö$ ! @@Ö$ ! @@Ö$ ! ^@Ö!@ Ps jfSodf pQ/ cfpg] vfnsf k|Zg ;f]Wg]
!^ x:tn]vg ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ jfSo lbO{ /fd|f cIf/df ;fg{ nufpg]
hDdf !& #% !& #% !& #% @) &)

k|of]ufTds sfo{- ;'gfO af]nfO_ sf nflu ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -sIff ! b]lv # ;Ddsf nflu _
s|=;+ If]q - ;'gfO / af]nfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf cª\sef/ :ki6Ls/0f
!= ;'gfO >'lt n]vg % kf7\ok':tssf kl7t kf7df k|o'St s'g} !) zAbsf] >'ltn]vg u/fpg]
;'g / u/ % 5f]6f] cg'R5]b ;'gfO{ 7Ls a]7Ls 5'6\ofpg], vfnL 7fpF eg]{ jf hf]8f
ldnfpg] k|Zg ;f]Wg]
@ af]nfO df}lvs j0f{g % :t/ / tx cg';f/sf lrq b]vfO{ To;sf] df}lvs j0f{g ug{ nufpg]
-sIff cg';f/ zAb jf jfSo :t/df _
;:j/jfrg !) kf7leqsf #) zAb;Ddsf uBf+z ult, olt ldnfO{ ;:j/ k7g ug{
nufpg]
pRrf/0f % kf7df k|o'St!) zAbsf] pRrf/0f ug{ nufpg]
hDdf #)

b|i6Jo M q}dfl;s k/LIffsf nflu !% cª\s - ;'gfO % / af]nfO !)_

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M b'O{
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s jflif{s
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= hf]8f ldnfpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# zAb / cy{ lbO{ wsf]{ tfg]/ hf]8f ldnfpg lbg] .
@= l7s–a]l7s 5'§ofpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# kf7af6 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSo lbg]
#= vfnL 7fpF eg]{ - kf7df cfwfl/t_ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# 5f]6f5f]5f jfSo lbO{ sf]i7saf6 l7s zAb 5fGg nufpg]
$= vfnL 7fpFdf 5'6]sf cIf/ eg]{ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# kf7sf ZfAbfy{ v08sf /ftf zAbx¿dWo]sf6 zAbsf] cflb,
dWo / cGTodf 5'6]sf cIf/ eg{ nufpg]
! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ !
%= pbfx/0f x]/L zAb agfpg] ^)=%Ö# ;DalGwt q}dfl;s k/LIffsf kf7sf cEof; v08af6
pbfx/0f lbO{ zAbsf] ¿k km]g{ nufpg]
^= p:t} / pN6f] cy{ lbg] zAb n]Vg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# sf]i7sdf # j6f ljsNk lbO{ eg{ nufpg] -;DalGwt
q}dfl;ssf kf7df k|o'Qm zAbx?dWo]af6_
& kb ;ª\ult -jrg, lnª\u, k'?if / cfb/;Fu ! #! Ö# ! #! Ö# ! #! Ö# ! -s_ -s_ k'lnª\unfO{ :qLlnª\u / :qLlnª\unfO{ k'lnª\udf
ls|ofkbsf] d]n_ !@Ö@ kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] - k|yd / bf];|f] q}dfl;sdf lnª\u
-v_ jrgaf6 # cª\ssf] k|Zg ;f]Wg] _
!@Ö@ -v_ Ps jrgnfO{ ax'jrg / ax'jrgnfO{ Psjrgdf
-u_ kl/jt{g ug{ lbg] - x¿ yk]/ tyf x¿ x6fP/ _
!@Ö@ -u_ d, xfdL, tF, ltdL, tkfO{F÷xh'/ , pm pgL, Tof],
ltgL cflb stf{;Fu pko'Qm ls|ofkbsf] k|of]u ug{
nufpg] - ljsNk lbg] _ - t];|f] q}dfl;sdf # cª\ssf]
;f]Wg] _
jflif{s k/LIffdf s, v / u ;a}af6 ;f]Wg] _
* zAb agfpg] ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ Kff7sf] zAbfy{ v08af6 cIf/x¿ 5\of;ld; kf/]/ lbg]
— — — — — ! $)=%Ö@ ;fdfGo jt{dfgsf ls|ofnfO{ ;fdfGo e"t / ;fdfGo
( sfn - ;fdfGo jt{dfg / ;fdfGo e"t dfq_ e"tsf ls|ofnfO{ ;fdfGo jt{dfgdf kl/jt{g ug{
nufpg]
!)= { z'4 zAb 5fGg] ! @)=% ! @)=% ! @)=%Ö! ! $)=%Ö@ k|To]s nx/df rf/j6f zAb lbO{ z'4 zAbdf l7s -_ lrXg
Ö! Ö! nufpg lbg] .
!!= lrXg k|of]u - k"0f{lj/fd / k|Zgjfrs dfq _ ! @)=% ! @)=% ! @)=%Ö! ! $)=%Ö@ 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSo lbO{ pko'Qm lrXg k|of]u ug{ nufpg]
Ö! Ö!
!@= jfSo agfpg] ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ ZfAbsf] s|d ldnfO{ jfSo agfpg]
!@= zAb k|of]u u/L jfSo agfpg] -jfSodf k|of]u_ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ kf7df cfwfl/t zAbx¿ lbO{ ltgnfO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg]
!#= lrq j0f{g ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! #!Ö# lrqx¿ lbO{ ltgsf af/]df Ps—Ps jfSodf n]Vg nufpg]
!=. Ps zAbdf pQ/ lbg] ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ !
%!Ö% Pp6} zAbdf dfq pQ/ cfpg] k|Zg ;f]Wg]
!%= Ps jfSodf pQ/ lbg] ! #@Ö^ ! #@Ö^ ! #@Ö^ ! %@Ö!) Ps jfSodf pQ/ cfpg] vfnsf k|Zg ;f]Wg]
!^= af]w k|Zg – – – – ! % kf7af6} 5f]6f] cg'R5]b lbO{ Ps jfSodf pQ/ cfpg] % k|Zg
;f]Wg] .
!&= x:tn]vg ! @ ! @ ! @ ! % 5f]6f] jfSo lbO{ /fd|f cIf/df ;fg{ nufpg]
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hDdf !& #% !& #% !& #% @) &)

ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%


sIff M tLg
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s jflif{s
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= hf]8f ldnfpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# zAb / cy{ lbO{ wsf]{ tfg]/ hf]8f ldnfpg lbg] .
@= l7s–a]l7s 5'§ofpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# kf7af6 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSo lbg]
#= vfnL 7fpF eg]{ - kf7df cfwfl/t_ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# 5f]6f5f]5f jfSo lbO{ sf]i7saf6 l7s zAb 5fGg nufpg]
$ pbfx/0f x]/L zAb agfpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# ;DalGwt q}dfl;s k/LIffsf kf7sf cEof; v08af6 pbfx/0f lbO{
zAbsf] ¿k km]g{ nufpg]
% ;'N6f]–pN6f] cy{ n]Vg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# ;DalGwt q}dfl;ssf kf7 / cEof;af6 ;f]Wg]
kb ;ª\ult -jrg, lnª\u, k'?if / ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! -s_ -s_ PsjrgnfO{ ax'jrg / ax'jrgnfO{ Psjrgdf kl/jt{g ug{
cfb/;Fu ls|ofkbsf] d]n_ !@Ö@ nufpg] . - JffSo:t/df _
-v_ -v_ d, xfdL, tF, ltdL, tkfO{F÷xh'/ , pm pgL, Tof], ltgL,
^ !@Ö@ pxfF cflb stf{;Fu pko'Qm ls|ofkbsf] k|of]u ug{ nufpg] - @
-u_ ljsNk lbg] _
!@Ö@ -u_ af, cfdf, bfh', lbbL, efO, alxgLh:tf kb;Fu ls|ofsf]
d]n ug{ nufpg] .
$= vfnL 7fpFdf 5'6]sf cIf/ eg]{ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! ^)=%Ö# kf7sf ZfAbfy{ v08sf /ftf zAbx¿dWo]sf6 zAbsf] cflb, dWo /
cGTodf 5'6]sf cIf/ eg{ nufpg]
%= zAbsf] qmd ldnfP/ jfSo agfpg] ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ - - ! $!Ö$ kf7 jf cEof;sf 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSosf] zAbsf] qmd lauf/L ldnfpg
lbg]
! @)=% ! @)=% ! @)=%Ö! ! $)=%Ö@ k|To]s nx/df rf/j6f zAb lbO{ z'4 zAbdf l7s -_ lrXg nufpg
^ { z'4 zAb 5fGg] Ö! Ö! lbg] .
& lrXgk|of]u ug]{ -k"0f{lj/fd, cNklj/fd / ! @)=%Ö! ! @)=%Ö! ! @)=%Ö! ! $)=%Ö@ 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSo lbO{ pko'Qm lrXg k|of]u ug{ nufpg]
k|Zgjfrs lrXg dfq _
* jfSodf k|of]u ug]{ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ ljleGg k|s[ltsf zAbx¿ lbO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg]
( tflnsfaf6 jfSo agfpg] ! @!Ö@ – – ! @!Ö@ ! $!Ö$ 5f]6f 5f]6f jfSo aGg ;Sg] zAbx¿ ePsf] tflnsf lbg]

!) lrq j0f{g – – – – – – ! !$Ö$ lrq lbP/ rf/ cf]6f jfSo n]Vg lbg]

!!= af]w ! $!Ö$ ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! !%Ö% ;DalGwt q}dfl;ssf kf7af6 cg'R5]b lbO{ k|Zg ;f]Wg]
!@= cg'R5]b n]vg - ! #!Ö# ! #!Ö# ! !%Ö% k'gZrM df lbOPsf zLif{sx¿dWo]af6 lbg]
!#= k|Zgf]Tt/ ! #@Ö^ ! #@Ö^ ! #@Ö^ ! ^@Ö!@ ljleGg kf7x¿ ;d]l6g] u/L k|Zg ;f]Wg]

!& x:tn]vg ! @ ! @ ! @ ! $ jfSo lbO{ /fd|f cIf/df ;fg{ nufpg]

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hDdf !& #% !& #% !& #% @) &)
k'gZrMcg'R5]bsf nflu zLif{sx¿ M låtLo q}dfl;s M d]/f] ljBfno, cg'zf;g, ufO{, t];|f] q}dfl;s M km"naf/L, dnfO{ dg kg]{ rf8, 6]lnlehg, jflif{s k/LIff M d]/f] b]z, nfnLu'/fF;, c;n ljBfyL{

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M rf/
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s
qm=;= ljwf
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= zAb / cy{sf] hf]8f ldnfpg] ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@
@= vfnL 7fpF eg]{ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@
#= l7s–a]l7s 5'6\ofpg] - kf7df cfwfl/t _ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@
zAb klxrfg - kof{ojfrL, ljk/LtfyL{{, cg]sfyL{, ! #)=%Ö!=% ! #)=%Ö!=% ! #)=%Ö!=%
$=
>'lt;dleGgfyL{ _
%= tflnsfaf6 jfSo agfpg] ! #)=%Ö!=% ! #)=%Ö!=% ! #)=%Ö!=%
^= z'4 ug]{ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@
&= lrXg- . , < Û_k|of]u ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@ ! $)=%Ö@
Jofs/0f -gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmofkb ! @)=%Ö! ! @)=%Ö! ! @)=%Ö!
*=
klxrfg u/L n]Vg nufpg] _
kb ;ª\ult -jrg, lnª\u, k'?if / cfb/;Fu ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@
(=
ls|ofkbsf] d]n_
s/0f– cs/0f, lnª\u, jrg, sfn -;fdfGo kIf ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@
!)=
dfq_
!!= lr7L n]vg – – — — ! !#Ö#
!@= jfSodf k|of]u ug]{ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@ ! @!Ö@
!#= af]w ! !#Ö# ! !#Ö# ! !#Ö#
!$= k|Zgf]Q/ ! #@Ö^ ! #@Ö^ ! #@Ö^
!%= kª\lQmsf] cy{ n]Vg]÷ efjlj:tf/ ug]{ ! !#Ö# ! !#Ö# ! !#Ö#
!^ cg'R5]b n]vg ! !#Ö# !#Ö# — —
hDdf !$ #% !# #% !# #%
k|yd q}dfl;s  km"naf/L,;u/dfyf, 8fFkm]
låtLo q}dfl;s  d]/f] b]z, dnfO{ dg kg]{ rf8, 6]lnkmf]g
gf]6M q}dfl;s k/LIffsf] k|Zg lgdf{0f ubf{ jflif{s k/LIffsf] :ki6Ls/0fnfO{ cfwf/ agfpg] .
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k|of]ufTds sfo{- ;'gfO af]nfO_ sf nflu ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -sIff $ / % sf nflu_
s|=;+ If]q - ;'gfO / af]nfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf cª\sef/ :ki6Ls/0f
!= ;'gfO >'lt n]vg % kf7\ok':tssf kl7t kf7df k|o'St s'g} !) zAbsf] >'ltn]vg u/fpg]
;'g / u/ % syf, lgaGw, k|aGw jf hLjgLaf6 5f]6f] cg'R5]b ;'gfO{ 7Ls a]7Ls
5'6\ofpg], vfnL 7fpF eg]{ jf hf]8f ldnfpg] k|Zg ;f]Wg]
@ af]nfO df}lvs j0f{g % s'g} b]v]hfg]sf, cg'ej u/]sf ljifoj:t' jf lrqsf af/]df df}lvs
j0f{g ug{ nufpg] jf 5f]6f] syf eGg nufpg]
;:j/jfrg !) kf7leqsf %) zAb;Ddsf uBf+z ult, olt ldnfO{ ;:j/ k7g ug{
nufpg]
pRrf/0f % kf7df k|o'St pRrf/0fsf b[li6n] ;d:ofd"ns !) zAbsf] pRrf/0f ug{
nufpg]
hDdf #)

b|i6Jo M q}dfl;s k/LIffsf nflu !% cª\s - ;'gfO % / af]nfO !)_


;'gfO–af]nfO #) k|ltzt
▪ jflif{s k/LIffsf] ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsfsf] :ki6Ls/0fcg';f/ k|Zgkq tof/ ug]{ .
cg'R5]bsf nflu zLif{sx¿ M

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sIff M rf/
jflif{s k/LIff @)&%
k|Zg ;ª\Vof / cÍef/
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
hDdf k|Zg pQ/ lbg'kg]{ cÍef/
!= zAb / cy{sf] hf]8f ldnfpg]] ! ! # kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} zAb / cy{ lbO{ hf]8f ldnfpg lbg] .
@= vfnL 7fpF eg]{ ! ! @ ljleGg kf7sf cEof; ;d]l6g] u/L rf/ jfSosf vfnL 7fpFdf l7s zAb 5fgL eg{ nufpg] .
#= l7s–a]l7s 5'6\ofpg] ! ! # ljljw kf7 ;d]l6g] u/L 5 jfSo lbO {l7s–a]l7s 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
$= zAb klxrfg
kof{ojfrL, ljk/LtfyL{{, cg]sfyL{, >'lt;dleGgfyL{ zAbaf6 lgb]{zg jf ;ª\s]t adf]lhd cy{ klxrfg u/L
! ! @
n]Vg nufpg] .
% z'4 ug]{ ! ! @ Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq uNtL x'g] u/L $ zAb z'4 ug{ lbg] .
$ j6f jfSo lbO{ ldNg] 7fpFdf k"0f{ lj/fd, cNklj/fd, k|Zgjfrs,p4/0f / lj:doflbaf]ws lrXg k|of]u
^ lrXg -. , < æ Æ … Ú Û _k|of]u ! ! @
ug{ nufpg] .
kb ;ª\ult - lnª\u, jrg, k'?if /
& ! ! # kb ;ª\ult gldn]sf # jfSo lbO{ ;ª\ult ldnfpg nufpg] .
cfb/;Fu ls|ofkbsf] d]n _
pvfg, 6'Ssf, cg's/0ffTds zAb, lgkft / cGo zAbdWo]af6 $ zAb lbO{ cy{ v'Ng] u/L jfSodf k|of]u
* jfSodf k|of]u ! ! $
ug{ nufpg] .
( j0ff{g's|d ldnfpg] ! ! @ s'g} rf/ j6f zAb lbO{ ltgnfO{ zAbsf]zsf] s|ddf j0ff{g's|d ldnfpg lbg] .
!)= zAbx¿sf] qmd ldnfpg] ! ! # zAbx¿sf] qmd lauf/]/ lbO{ qmd ldnfO{ jfSo agfpg nufpg] .
gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmofkb /
!!= ! ! # gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmofkb, / cJoo klxrfg ug]{ ax'j}slNks # j6f k|Zg ;f]Wg] -
cJoo klxrfg u/L n]Vg]
lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/, s/0f–cs/0f lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/ dWo]af6 # / s/0f–cs/0f, sfn kl/jt{g ;DaGwL @ k|Zg lbO{ sf]i7sdf
!@= ! ! %
/ sfn -;fdfGo kIf dfq _ lbOPsf] lgb]{zg cg';f/ kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg]
!#= tflnsaf6 jfSo agfpg] ! ! $ stf{, sd{, lqmof ePsf jfSo agfpg ;lsg] u/L Pp6f tflnsfaf6 rf/ jfSo agfpg nufpg] .
lrq j0f{g ! ! $ l;h{gfTds Ifdtf klxrfg ug]{ vfnsf] s'g} lrq lbO{ To;sf af/]df $ jfSo n]Vg nufpg] .
!$= af]w ! ! $ kf7\ok':tssf] uBaf6 cg'R5]b lemsL cyjf ;"rgf, lgdGq0ff–kq lbO{ To;af6 $ j6f k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
!%= lr7L÷lgj]bg @ ! $ 3/fo;L lr7L / k|=c= nfO{ lgj]bg b'j} ;f]wL s'g} Pssf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
!^= kª\lQmsf] cy{ n]Vg] ! ! $ s'g} sljtfaf6 kª\lQm lbO{ To;sf] cy{ n]Vg nufpg] .
cg'R5]bsf nflu lgwf{l/t s'g} b'O{ zLif{s lbO{ tLdWo] s'g} Ps zLif{sdf %) zAb;Ddsf] cg'R5]b n]Vg
!&= cg'R5]b n]vg @ @÷! $
lbg] .
!*= ;ª\lIfKt pQ/ & ^÷$ !@ ;a} ljwf / kf7x¿ ;d]l6g] u/L & j6f ;ª\lIfKt pQ/ cfpg] k|Zg ;f]Wg]
&)
jflif{s k/LIff  d]/f] ldNg] ;fyL , gbLgfnfsf] kmfObf, d]/f] ljBfno, cg'zf;g

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M kfFr
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s
qm=;= ljwf
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= zAb / cy{sf] hf]8f ldnfpg] ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@
@= l7s–a]l7s 5'6\ofpg] -kf7df cfwfl/t _ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@
#= vfnL 7fpF eg]{ - kf7df cfwfl/t _ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@
zAbe08f/ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@
$=
-kof{ojfrL, ljk/Ltfy{s, cg]sfy{s, >'lt;dleGgfy{s _
%= z'4 ug]{ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@
^= pbfx/0fdf lbOPh:t} u/L zAb agfpg] ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@
&= lrXg-. , < Û_k|of]u ! )=%$Ö@ ! )=%$Ö@ ! !@Ö@
* jfSodf k|of]u ! !#Ö# ! !#Ö# ! !#Ö#
! !#Ö#- ! !#Ö#-lnª\u, ! !#Ö# -sfn,
kb;ª\ult ÷ lnË, jrg ÷s/0f–cs/0f ÷sfn, kb;ª\ult_ jrg, s/0f, kIf / k'?if _
(=
kIf / k'?if - ;fdfGo, ck"0f{ / k"0f{ _ cs/0f_

!)= af]w ! # ! # ! #
!!= cg'R5]b n]vg ! # ! # ! #
!@= kª\ltmsf] cy{ n]Vg] ! # ! # ! #
!# k|Zgf]Q/ $÷# ^ $÷# ^ $÷# ^
hDdf #% #% #%
]
▪ jflif{s k/LIffsf] ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsfsf] :ki6Ls/0fcg';f/ k|Zgkq tof/ ug]{ .

cg'R5]bsf nflu zLif{sx¿ M


k|yd q}dfl;s  xfd|f rf8kj{, c;n afgL, ;dosf] dxŒj låtLo q}dfl;s  sDKo'6/ , ;dosf] dXTTj, d]/f] b]z
t[tLo q}dfl;s  jftfj/0fsf] dxTTj, cg'zf;g, , ljBfyL{hLjg jflif{s k/LIff  k':tsfno, , v]ns'b, ljBfyL{hLjg

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M % ;do M @ 306f !) ldg]6
jflif{s k/LIff
ljwf ÷k/LIf0fLo Jofjxfl/s pRr hDdf pTt/ lbg'kg]{ cª\s
j|m=; If]q -k9fO / n]vfO_ 1fg Af]w :ki6Ls/0f
kIf l;k bIftf k|Zg k|Zg ;ª\Vof ef/
! zAb e08f/ cy{n]vg ! - - - ! ! $ kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} ^ cf]6f -tT;d, tb\ej / cfuGt's ;d]t kg]{ u/L_ zAbsf] cy{ lbO{
hf]8f ldnfpg nufpg] .
zAb 1fg ! ! ! # sf]i7saf6 ldNbf] p:t} cy{ cfpg] zAb @, pN6f] cy{ cfpg] zAb @ , >'lt;dleGgfyL{ !
÷zAb klxrfg /cg]sfyL{ ! sf] klxrfg ug{ nufpg]
jfSodf k|of]u ! ! ! % kf7df k|o'St zAb @, lgkft ! / cg's/0ffTds ! u/L $ cf]6f zAb lbO{ cy{ v'Ng] u/L jfSodf
k|of]u ug{ nufpg]
@ lxHh] -j0f{ ljGof;_ z'4Ls/0f ! ! ! @ Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq q'l6 kg]{ u/L x|:j !, bL3{ !, rGb|ljGb'÷lz/ljGb' !, z, if, ; !, j, j
/ n]Vo lrx\g ! / xnGt÷chgt ! u/L hDdf % cf]6f cz'l4 ePsf] jfSo lbO{ z'4 ug{ nufpg] . jf
dflys}dWo] z'4 zAb 5fGgsf nflu # cf]6f ljsNk ePsf] ax'j}slNks ^ j6f k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
n]VolrXg ! ! ! @ k"0f{lj/fd, cNklj/fd, k|Zgjfrs, p4/0f / lj:doflwaf]wsdWo] s'g} $ cf]6f n]Vo lrXg k|of]u
u/fpg nufpg] .
#= Jofs/0f kb;ª\ult ! ! ! # lnª\u, jrg, k'?if / cfb/ gldn]sf # ;/n jfSo lbO{ kb;ª\ult ldnfO{ n]Vg l;sfpg]
ls|ofsf sfn / ! ! ! $ ;fdfGo jt{dfg, ;fdfGo e"t / ;fdfGo eljiot sfnaf6 # / s/0f cs/0faf6 ! jfSo lbO{
s/0f cs/0f kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg]
$= af]w -cb[i6f+z af]w k|Zgf]Tt/ ! ! ! % leQ]kfqf], ;"rgf ljj/0f, ;dfrf/af6 ! / 3/fo;L lr7L, lgj]bgaf6 ! u/L @ k|Zg ;f]wLs'g}
lgb]{lzt_ Pssf] Ps jf b'O{ jfSodf pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
%= kf7ut af]w syf, sljtf, @) syf, sljtf, hLjgL, k|aGw, ;+jfbdWo]af6 @ cf]6f c+z pb\w[t syfaf6 36gf j0f{g, kfq
- b[i6f+z _ hLjgL, k|aGw, klxrfg, d"n efj jf ;Gb]z, sljtfaf6 ljifoj:t', k|aGwaf6 d"n efj / ljifoj:t' , ;+jfbaf6
;+jfb - ;Gbe{df kfq klxrfg, d"n efj jf ;Gb]z ;DaGwL sDtLdf ! jf @ jfSodf pQ/ lbg] vfnsf % cf]6f
cfwfl/t 5f]6f] k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
pQ/fTds _
^= lgb]{lzt /rgf Jofjxfl/s n]vg ! @ ! % gd'gf lbO{ Jofjxfl/s n]vg -z'esfdgf kq, ;"rgf, lgdGq0ff kq , lr7L _ af6 s'g} b'O{ k|Zg
;f]Wg] / s'g} Pssf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
&= :jtGq /rgf -s_ ! ! ! % lrq÷kf]:6/÷cg'ej j0f{g ug{ Ps k|Zg ;f]Wg] / Ps cg'R5]bdf j0f{g ug{ nufpg]
lrq÷kf]:6/÷c
g'ej j0f{g
* -v_ @ ! ! ^ s'g} @ zLils lbO{ s'g} Ps zLif{sdf *) zAb;Ddsf] @ cg'R5]b n]Vg nufpg].
k|aGw÷cg'R5]b
n]vg
&)

lgaGwsf nflu zLif{sx¿ M, d]/f] hLjgsf] nIo, kl/>dsf] dxŒj, cg'zf;g ,lxdfn, jftfj0fsf] dxŒj, sDKo'6/sf] dxŒj, /fli6«o emG8f, ;dfh;]jf, ljBfyL{hLjg, d]/f] b]z, ;/:jtL k"hf cflb .

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;'gfO / af]nfOsf] k|of]ufTds d"Nofª\sgsf nflu ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf –sIff $ / %
qm=;= If]q -;'gfO / af]nfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf cª\sef/ k/LIf0f ;fdu|L
!= ;'gfO >'ltaf]w !) /]l8of], Sof;]6, df]afOn jf cGo ljB'tLo ;fdu|Laf6 ;dfrf/, ;+jfb, ;flxlTos cleJolQm jf cGo
-cy{af]w / ;Gb]zd"ns uBf+z :t/cg';f/sf k|Zgx¿ ;f]wL pQ/ eGg nufpg]
efjaf]w_ ;DagwL_
>'ltaf]w % kf7leqsf] @%–#) zAb;Ddsf] s'g} cg'R5]b ;'gfP/ To;df k|o'Qm zAbsf] cy{, ;Gbe{ tyf af]w k|Zgx¿
;f]wL pQ/ eGg nufpg]
@= af]nfO z'4f]rf/0f % s'g} Ps uBf+z lbO{ To;df k|o'Qm zAbsf] pRrf/0f ug{ nufO{ k/LIf0f ug]{
;:j/ jfrg÷ ult, % kf7sf] cg'R5]b jf sljtfsf] kª\lQm lbO{ ;:j/ jf noo'Qm jfrg ug{ nufpg]
olt / no ldnfO{
z'4;Fu jfrg
xfpefpk"0f{ af]nfO % s'g} ljifoj:t', lrq, kl/j]z lbP/ df}lvs j0f{g ug{ nufpg] jf hfg];'g]sf] s'g} syf s;}sf] hLjgL eGg
nufpg] .
hDdf #) -q}dfl;ssf nflu %) k|ltzt cª\sef/ /fVg] ._
b|i6JoM
s_ 1fgM o;df k|f/lDes l;sfOsf s'/fx¿ kb{5g\ . ljlzi6 tYo, k'gM:d/0f, k|fKt ;"rgf / k|ltlqmofsf] d"Nofª\sg ug]{ vfnsf k|Zgx¿ o;cGtu{t ;f]lwg] 5g\ .
v_ af]wM ljb\ofyL{n] l;s]sf s'/fx¿sf] JofVof / j0f{g ug]{ Ifdtfsf] d"Nofª\sg ug]{ vfnsf k|Zgx¿ o; cGtu{t ;f]lwg] 5g\ .
u_ Jofjxfl/s l;kM o;df k|of]u ug]{ / ;+of]hg ug]{ h:tf Jofjxfl/s Ifdtf ;DaGwL k|Zgx¿ ;f]lwg] 5g\ .
3_ pRr bIftfM ljrf/sf] ;+of]hg / d"Nofª\sg ug]{ Ifdtf ;DaGwL k|Zgx¿ o; cGtu{t ;f]lwg] 5g\ .

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M 5
;doM ! 306f !)ldg]6
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= zAbfy{ ! @ ! @ ! @ ;d"x ‘s’ df $ zAb / ;d"x ‘v’ df @ j6f a9L cy{ lbO{ hf]8f ldnfpg
nufpg] .
@= zAb klxrfg ! @ ! @ ! @ kof{ ojfrL, ljk/Ltfy{s, >'lt;dleGgfy{s, cg]sfy{s zAbaf6 lgb]{zg
adf]lhd )=% $ sf b/n] ;f]Wg]
#= jfSodf k|of]u ! @ ! @ ! @ cg' s/0ffTds, pvfg, 6'Ssf, lgkft, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws zAbdWo]
;DalGWft k/LIffsf] cÍef/cg';f/ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] .
k|=q}= df x|:jbL3{, z–if–;, a–j / k~rd j0f{af6 rf/cf]6f ax'j}slNks
$= lxHh] -j0f{ ljGof;_ / n]Vo lrXg ! @ ! @ ! @ k|Zg ;f]Wg] . lå=q}= / t[= q}= df x|:jbL3{, kbof]u, kbljof]u / n]Vo lrXg
u/L $ cf]6f cz'l4 ePsf] jfSo lbO{ z'4 ug{ nufpg] .
%= kbju{ ! ! ! ! ! ! gfd,
nufpg] .
;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmofkbdf /]vfª\sg u/L kbju{ 5'6\6\ofpg

^= kb;Ëlt ! !=% ! !=% ! !=% lnË, jrg, k'?if / cfb/sf cfwf/df )=% sf b/n] ;ª\ult ldnfpg lbg]
&= sfn, kIf / efj -;fdfGofy{, cf1fy{, ;Defjgfy{_ ! @ ! @ ! @ bf] ;|f] q}dfl;s / t]=q}= df sfn, kIf / efj ;f]Wg] . -k|= q}= df sfn / efj
dfq_
*= s/0f–cs/0f, lnË, jrg, k'?if -jfSo kl/jt{g_ ! @ ! @ ! @ lnË,
lbg] .
jrg, k'?ifsf cfwf/df sf]i7ssf] lgb]{zgcg';f/ jfSo kl/jt{g ug{

(= af]w ! # ! # – – kf7\ ok':tssf uB kf7 jf :t/Lo n]v, /rgfaf6 cg'R5]b lbO{ ltgj6f
k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
!)= lgb] {lzt /rgf syf÷hLjgL jf
jfbljjfb÷;+jfb÷lr7L n]vg_ ! $ ! $ ! $ ;DalGwt q}dfl;s k/LIffsf kf7 / cEof;x¿dWo]af6 s'g} b'O{ k|Zg ;f]wL
Pssf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
!!= cg'R5]b n]vg – – – – ! # s'g} b'O{ zLif{s lbO{ ^) zAbsf] lgaGwfTds n]Vg nufpg] .
!@= JofVof @÷! $ @÷! $ @÷! $ sljtf, syf, hLjgL, lgaGw÷k|aGwaf6 ;–k|;Ë JofVof ;f]wL s'g} Pssf]
pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
!#= 5f] 6f] pQ/
tfls{s lzNk÷ ;d:of ;dfwfg #÷@ ^ #÷@ ^ #÷@ ^ ;a} ljwf / kf7 ;d]6g] u/L tLg k|Zg / s'g} b'O{ k|Zgsf] pQ/ lbg
nufpg] . t];|f] q}dfl;sdf Ps 5f]6f] / Ps tfls{s .
!$= nfdf] pQ/ @÷! ^ @÷! ^ @÷! ^ sljtf,
nufpg] .
syf, lgaGw÷k|aGw, hLjgLaf6 b'O{ k|Zg ;f]wL Pssf] pQ/ lbg
hDdf #&=% #&=% #&=%
k|of]ufTds sfo{ M cª\s M @% k|ltzt - jflif{s k/LIffsf nflu lgwf{l/t k|of]ufTds sfo{sf nflu ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf cg';f/ k|Zg lgdf{0f ug]{ _

lgaGwsf nflu zLif{sx¿ Mjghª\unsf] dxŒj, ;fdflhs d]nldnfk, lzIffsf] dxŒj, k':tsfno, b;}F, d]/f] hLjgsf] nIo, kl/>dsf] dxŒj, cg'zf;g ,lxdfn, jftfj0fsf] dxŒj, sDKo'6/sf]
dxŒj, /fli6«o emG8f, ;dfh;]jf, ljBfyL{hLjg, d]/f] b]z, ;/:jtL k"hf cflb .
gf]6 M cl3Nnf q}dfl;s k/LIffsf kf7x?dWo]af6 klg sl/a @) k|ltzt cª\ef/sf k|Zgx? ;f]lwg]5g\ .

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M 5 ;do M @ 306f !% ldg]6
jflif{s k/LIff
k|Zg ;ª\Vof, cª\s ef/ / ;do
If]q - ljwf ÷ Jofjxfl/s pRr
j|m=;+ 1fg af]w pTt/ lbg'kg]{ cª\s ;do :ki6Ls/0f
k9fO / n]vfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf l;k bIftf hDdf
k|Zg k|Zg ;ª\Vof ef/ -ldg]6df_
! zAb e08f/ cy{n]vg ! ! ! # % kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} ^ cf]6f -tT;d, tb\ej / cfuGt's ;d]t kg]{ u/L_ zAbsf] cy{
lbO{ hf]8f ldnfpg nufpg] .
zAb klxrfg ! ! ! # % kf7df k|o'St cg]sfyL{af6 @, kof{ojfrLaf6 @,ljk/LtfyL{af6 ! / ;dfj]zs ;dfj]Zo
af6 ! u/L hDdf ^ cf]6f zAb lgb]{z jf ;ª\s]tadf]lhd n]Vg nufpg] .
jfSodf k|of]u ! ! ! $ & kf7df k|o'St ljleGg k|s[ltsf zAb -cg's/0ffTds zAb–!, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws zAb –!,
pvfg 6'Ssf – ! ;d]t kg]{ u/L_ $ cf]6f zAb lbO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] .
@ lxHh] -j0f{ ljGof;_ z' bw
\ Ls/0f ! ! ! @ $ Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq cz'lb\w kg]{ u/L j0f{
/ n]Vo lrx\g ljGof; # cf]6f / n]Vo lrx\g ! cf]6f kg]{ u/L $
cf]6f cz'lb\w ePsf] ub\of+z lbO{ z'b\w ug{ nufpg] .
! ! ! @ $ x|:jbL3{, o–P, a–j,z÷if÷;, k~rd j0f{, lz/laGb'af6 $ cf]6f ax'j}slNks k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
#= Jofs/0f zAbju{ ! ! ! # % ^ cf]6f ljleGg zAbju{sf zAb /]vfª\sg u/L 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
sf/s / ! ! ! ! @ lbOPsf] cg'R5]b jf jfSoaf6 /]vfª\lst kbx¿sf] @ cf]6f sf/s 5'6\ofpg] jf b'O{cf]6f
ljelSt ljelSt 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
sfn, kIf / ! ! ! # % sfn, kIf / efjaf6 # cf]6f wft' ;ª\s]t u/L # cf]6f jfSosf vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
efj
jfSo kl/jt{g ! ! ! $ & lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/ u/L @, jfRo !, s/0f÷cs/0f !, jfSo sf]l6sf k|Zg ;f]wL jfSo
kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] .
jfSo /rgf ! ! ! $ & lj|mofsf vf; sfn, kIf jf efjsf] sf]6L tf]s]/ Go"gtd $ jfSodf s'g} ljifosf] j0f{g
-j0f{g_ ug{ nufpg] .
$= af]w -b[i6f+z_ af]w k|Zgf]Tt/ ! ! ! % ( ljleGg n]v /rgfx¿af6 !%) zAb;Ddsf] b[i6f+z
uBf+z lbO{ To; ;DaGwL Ps jf b'O{ jfSodf pTt/
cfpg] vfnsf s'g} % k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
%= a'Fbf l6kf]6 / ;f/f+za'Fbf l6kf]6 / ! ! ! % ( uB ljwfsf kf7af6 !)) zAb;Ddsf] ub\of+z lbO{ $ cf]6f a'Fbf l6kL ;f/f+z n]Vg nufpg] .
-b[i6f+z_ ;f/f+z n]vg
^= lgb]{lzt /rgf syf÷hLjgL @ @ ! $ & a'Fbf lbO{ syf÷hLjgLaf6 Ps k|Zg jf jfbljjfb÷;+jfb÷lr7LdWo]af6 s'g} Ps k|Zg u/L b'O{
jf jfbljjfb k|Zg ;f]Wg] / s'g} Pssf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
÷ ;+jfb
÷ lr7L
n]vg
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&= efj lj:tf/÷ syf, sljtf, @ @ ! $ & lgwf{l/t ljwfsf @ ljlzi6 kª\lSt lbO{ s'g} Pssf] JofVof, efj lj:tf/ ug{
JofVof lgaGw÷k|aGw, jf tfTko{ v'nfpg nufpg] . -o;df sljtfsf] k|ltlglwTj clgjfo{ x'g'kg]{ 5 ._
hLjgL
*= kf7ut k|Zgf]Tt/ syf, sljtf, ! ! ! # @ * !% lgwf{l/t ljwfx¿ syf, sljtf, lgaGw÷k|aGw,
-;ª\lIfKt lgaGw÷k|aGw, hLjgLaf6 d"n efj, 36gf, ;Gb]z, rl/q cflbsf
pTt/fTds_ hLjgL ;DaGwdf # cf]6f ;ª\lIfKt pTt/fTds k|Zg ;f]wL @
cf]6fsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
tfls{s ! ! ! $ & lgwf{l/t ljwfsf s'g} k|;ª\u lbO{ ljrf/ tyf ts{n]
lzNk÷;d:of k'li6 ug]{ jf ;d:of ;dfwfg ug]{ vfnsf] k|Zg
;dfwfg ;f]Wg] .
(= ljj]rgf syf, lgaGw÷ @ @ ! * !% syf, lgaGw÷k|aGw / hLjgLdWo] s'g} @ ljwfaf6
k|aGw, hLjgL ljZn]if0ffTds / l;h{gfTds Ifdtfsf] k/LIf0f ug]{
vfnsf @ k|Zg ;f]wL ! k|Zgsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
!)= :jtGq /rgf lgaGw # # ! * !% cfTdk/s Pp6f / j:t'k/s @ cf]6f kg]{ u/L s'g} # zLif{s lbg] / tLdWo] s'g} !
zLif{sdf !%) zAbdf g36fO{ lgaGw n]Vg nufpg] .
# @ * !) @# !( &% @ 306f !%
ldg]6

lgaGwsf nflu zLif{sx¿ M jghª\unsf] dxŒj, ;fdflhs d]nldnfk, lzIffsf] dxŒj, k':tsfno, b;}F, d]/f] hLjgsf] nIo, kl/>dsf] dxŒj, cg'zf;g ,lxdfn, jftfj0fsf] dxŒj, sDKo'6/sf]
dxŒj, /fli6«o emG8f, ;dfh;]jf, ljBfyL{hLjg, d]/f] b]z, ;/:jtL k"hf cflb .
k|of]ufTds sfo{sf nflu ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -sIffM ^_
qm=;= If]q -;'gfO / af]nfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf cª\sef/ :ki6Ls/0f
!= ;'gfO >'lt n]vg & %) zAb;Ddsf] s'g} Ps cg'R5]b -b[i6f+z_ sf] >'ltn]vg u/fpg] .
@= af]nfO df}lvs j0f{g ^ s'g} Ps ljifo, j:t', lrq lbO{ df}lvs j0f{g ug{ nufpg] jf s'g} hfg];'g]sf] syf eGg nufpg] .
;:j/ jfrg ^ kf7leqsf 5f]6f] ub\of+z -syf, lgaGw jf hLjgL_ ult, olt ldnfO{ efjcg';f/ ;:j/ k7g ug{ nufpg] .
pRrf/0f ^ kf7df k|o'St pRrf/0fsf b[li6n] ;d:ofd"ns !) zAbsf] pRrf/0f ug{ nufpg] .
hDdf @% -q}dfl;ssf nflu %) k|ltzt cª\sef/ /fVg] ._
b|i6JoM
s_ 1fgM o;df k|f/lDes l;sfOsf s'/fx¿ kb{5g\ . ljlzi6 tYo, k'gM:d/0f, k|fKt ;"rgf / k|ltlqmofsf] d"Nofª\sg ug]{ vfnsf k|Zgx¿ o;cGtu{t ;f]lwg] 5g\ .
v_ af]wM ljb\ofyL{n] l;s]sf s'/fx¿sf] JofVof / j0f{g ug]{ Ifdtfsf] d"Nofª\sg ug]{ vfnsf k|Zgx¿ o; cGtu{t ;f]lwg] 5g\ .
u_ Jofjxfl/s l;kM o;df k|of]u ug]{ / ;+of]hg ug]{ h:tf Jofjxfl/s Ifdtf ;DaGwL k|Zgx¿ ;f]lwg] 5g\ .
3_ pRr bIftfM ljrf/sf] ;+of]hg / d"Nofª\sg ug]{ Ifdtf ;DaGwL k|Zgx¿ o; cGtu{t ;f]lwg] 5g\ .

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M ;ft
;do M ! 306f !)ldg]6 k"0ff{ÍM #&=%
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
!= zAbfy{ ! !=% ! !=% ! !=% kf7\ok':tsaf6 # j6f zAb / cy{ lbO hf]8f ldnfpg lbg] . cy{ ;d"xtkm{ @ j6f a9L lbg] .
kof{ojfrL, ljk/Ltfy{s, >'lt;dleGgfy{, kof{ojfrL, ljk/Ltfy{s, >'lt;dleGgfy{s, cg]sfy{s zAbaf6 lgb]{zg adf]lhd k|Zg ;f]Wg]
@= ! @ ! @ ! @
;ª\lIfKt / k"/f ¿k -t[tLo q}= df ;ª\lIfKt / k"/f ¿k klg /fv]/ ;f]Wg] ._
cg's/0ffTds zAb, pvfg, 6'Ssf, lgkft, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws cflb zAbdWo] s'g} # zAb
#= jfSodf k|of]u ! @ ! @ ! @
jf jfSof+znfO{ cy{ v'Ng] u/L jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] .
k|=q}= df x|:jbL3{, z–if–;, a–j / k~rd j0f{af6 rf/cf]6f ax'j}slNks k|Zg ;f]Wg] . lå=q}=
$= lxHh] -j0f{ ljGof;_ / n]Vo lrXg ! @ ! @ ! @ / t[= q}= df x|:jbL3{, kbof]u, kbljof]u / n]Vo lrXg u/L $ cf]6f cz'l4 ePsf] jfSo lbO{
z'4 ug{ nufpg] . -)=%×$=@_
kbju{ -gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmof /
%= ! ! ! ! ! ! /]vfª\lst zAbsf kbju{ 5'6\6\ofpg nufpg] .
cJoo_
;fdfGofy{, cf1fy{, ;Defjgfy{ -sfn, kIf sfnsf ;fdfGo kIfsf ¿k k|yd q}dfl;sdf ;f]Wg] / k"0f{÷ck"0f{sf ¿kx¿ bf];|f]÷t];|f]
&= ! # ! # ! #
/ efj_ q}dfl;sdf ;f]Wg] .
*= lnË, jrg, k'?if, s/0f–cs/0f ! @ ! @ ! @ lnË, jrg, k'?if / s/0f–cs/0f !÷! sf b/n] ;f]Wg] .
!@= af]w ! # ! # ! # kf7\ok':tssf uB kf7 jf :t/Lo n]vaf6 cg'R5]b lbO{ # k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
k|yd q}dfl;sdf syf / ;+jfbdWo] s'g} Ps ,låtLo q}dfl;sdf 3/fo;L lr7L / afbljjfb
!#= lgj]bg÷lr7L÷jfbljjfb ;+jfb,syf ! $ ! $ ! $ lbO{ s'g} Pssf] pQ/ n]Vg n]Vg nufpg] tyf t[tLo q}dfl;sdf lgj]bg / lgaGwdWo] s'g}
Pssf] pQ/ n]Vg lbg] .
sljtf, syf, hLjgL, lgaGw÷k|aGwaf6 ;–k|;Ë JofVof ;f]wL s'g} Pssf] pQ/ lbg nufpg]
!$= JofVof÷;k|;Ë JofVof @÷! $ @÷! $ @÷! $
.
sljtf, syf, hLjgL, lgaGw÷k|aGw, ;+jfb cflb ;a} ljwf / kf7af6 tLg k|Zg ;f]wL s'g} @
!%= 5f]6f] pQ/÷tfls{s lzNk #÷@ ^ #÷@ ^ #÷@ ^
sf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] . t[tLo q}dfl;sdf Ps tfls{s k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
!^= nfdf] pQ/ @÷! & @÷! & @÷! & sljtf, syf, lgaGw÷k|aGw, hLjgLaf6 b'O{ k|Zg ;f]wL Pssf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
hDdf #&=% #&=% #&=%
lgaGwsf nflu zLif{sx¿ Mko{6gsf] dxŒj, ljBfyL{ hLjg / cg'zf;g, gbLgfnfsf] dxŒj, d]/f] hLjgsf] nIo, sDKo'6/sf] dxŒj, ;dfh;]jf, afnclwsf/, b]zk|]d, ;dfrf/kq, ;dosf] dxŒj,
dnfO{ dgkg]{ ;flxTosf/, jftfj/0f k|b"if0f, ldqtf, lzIffsf] dxŒj, :jR5 jftfj/0f, dnfO{ dgkg]{ rf8
gf]6 M cl3Nnf q}dfl;s k/LIffsf kf7x?dWo]af6 klg sl/a @) k|ltzt cª\ef/sf k|Zgx? ;f]lwg]5g\ .

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M ;ft
jflif{s k/LIff
;do M @ 306f !% ldg]6
k|Zg ;ª\Vof, cª\s ef/ / ;do
If]q ljwf ÷ Jofjxfl/s pRr
j|m=;+ 1fg af]w :ki6Ls/0f
-9fO / n]vfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf l;k bIftf hDdf pTt/ lbg'kg]{ cª\s ;do
k|Zg k|Zg ;ª\Vof ef/ -ldg]6df_
!= zAb e08f/ cy{n]vg ! ! ! # % kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} ^ cf]6f -tT;d, tb\ej / cfuGt's ;d]t kg]{ u/L_ zAbsf] cy{
lbO{ hf]8f ldnfpg nufpg] .
zAb klxrfg ! ! ! # % kf7df k|o'St cg]sfyL{af6 @, kof{ojfrLaf6 @,
ljk/LtfyL{af6 ! / ;dfj]zs ;dfj]Zoaf6 ! u/L
hDdf ^ cf]6f zAb lgb]{z jf ;ª\s]tadf]lhd n]Vg nufpg] .
jfSodf k|of]u ! ! ! $ & kf7df k|o'St ljleGg k|s[ltsf zAb -cg's/0ffTds zAb–!, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws zAb –!,
pvfg 6'Ssf – ! ;d]t kg]{ u/L_ $ cf]6f zAb lbO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] .
@= lxHh] -j0f{ ljGof;_ z'b\wLs/0f ! ! ! @ $ Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq cz'lb\w kg]{ u/L j0f{
/ n]Vo lrx\g ljGof; # cf]6f / n]Vo lrx\g ! cf]6f kg]{ u/L $
cf]6f cz'lb\w ePsf] ub\of+z lbO{ z'b\w ug{ nufpg] .
! ! ! @ $ x|:jbL3{, o–P, a–j,z÷if÷;, k~rd j0f{, lz/laGb'af6 $ cf]6f ax'j}slNks k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
#= Jofs/0f zAbju{ ! ! ! # % ^ cf]6f ljleGg zAbju{sf zAb /]vfª\sg u/L 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
sf/s / ! ! ! ! @ lbOPsf] cg'R5]b jf jfSoaf6 /]vfª\lst kbx¿sf] @ cf]6f sf/s 5'6\ofpg] jf b'O{cf]6f
ljelSt ljelSt 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
sfn, kIf / ! ! ! # % sfn, kIf / efjaf6 ^ cf]6f wft' ;ª\s]t u/L ^ cf]6f jfSosf vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
efj
jfSo kl/jt{g ! ! ! $ & lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/ u/L @, jfRo !, s/0f÷cs/0f !, jfSo sf]l6sf k|Zg ;f]wL jfSo
kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] .
jfSo /rgf ! ! ! $ & lj|mofsf vf; sfn, kIf jf efjsf] sf]6L tf]s]/
-j0f{g_ Go"gtd $ jfSodf s'g} ljifosf] j0f{g ug{ nufpg] .
$= af]w -cb[i6f+z_ af]w k|Zgf]Tt/ ! ! ! % ( ljleGg n]v /rgfx¿af6 !%) zAb;Ddsf] cb[i6f+zuBf+z lbO{ To; ;DaGwL Ps jf b'O{ jfSo
df pTt/cfpg] vfnsf s'g} % k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
%= a'Fbf l6kf]6 / ;f/f+ a'Fbf l6kf]6 / ! ! ! % ( uB ljwfsf kf7af6 !)) zAb;Ddsf] uBf+z lbO{ $cf]6f a'Fbf l6kL ;f/f+z n]Vg nufpg] .
z ;f/f+z n]vg
-b[i6f+z_
^= lgb]{lzt /rgf syf÷hLjgL @ @ ! $ & a'Fbf lbO{ syf÷hLjgLaf6 Ps k|Zg jfjfbljjfb÷;+jfb÷lr7LdWo]af6 s'g} Ps k|Zg u/L b'O{
jfjfbljjfb÷;+j k|Zg ;f]Wg] / s'g} Pssf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
fb÷ lr7L
n]vg
&= efj lj:tf/÷ syf, sljtf, @ @ ! $ & lgwf{l/t ljwfsf @ ljlzi6 kª\lSt lbO{ s'g} Pssf]JofVof, efj lj:tf/ ug{ jf tfTko{ v'nfpg
JofVof lgaGw÷k|aGw, nufpg] .-o;df sljtf+sf] k|ltlglwTj clgjfo{ x'g'kg]{ 5 ._
hLjgL
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*= kf7ut k|Zgf]Tt/ syf, sljtf, ! ! ! # @ * !% lgwf{l/t ljwfx¿ syf, sljtf, lgaGw÷k|aGw,hLjgLaf6 d"n efj, 36gf, ;Gb]z, rl/q cflbsf
-;ª\lIfKt lgaGw÷k|aGw, ;DaGwdf # cf]6f ;ª\lIfKt pTt/fTds k|Zg ;f]wL @cf]6fsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
pTt/fTds_ hLjgL
tfls{s ! ! ! $ & lgwf{l/t ljwfsf s'g} k|;ª\u lbO{ ljrf/ tyf ts{n]k'li6 ug]{ jf ;d:of ;dfwfg ug]{ vfnsf] k|
lzNk÷;d:of Zg;f]Wg] .
;dfwfg
(= ljj]rgf syf, lgaGw÷ @ @ ! * !% syf, lgaGw÷k|aGw / hLjgLdWo] s'g} @ ljwfaf6ljZn]if0ffTds / l;h{gfTds Ifdtfsf] k/LIf0f ug]{
k|aGw, hLjgL vfnsf @ k|Zg ;f]wL ! k|Zgsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
!)= :jtGq /rgf lgaGw ! ! ! * !% cfTdk/s Pp6f / j:t'k/s @ cf]6f kg]{ u/L s'g} #zLif{s lbg] / tLdWo] s'g} ! zLif{sdf !%)zAbdfg3
6fO{ lgaGw n]Vg nufpg] .
# @ * !) @# !( &% @ 306f #)
ldg]6
k'gZrM lgaGwfTds zLif{s lbO{ k|=q}= sf nflu !@) zAb ;Ddsf] n]Vg nufpg] . zLif{sx¿M gf/L lzIffsf] dxŒj, ;dosf] dxŒj, d]/f] hLjgsf] p2]Zo, ;dfh;]jf, k':tsfnosf]
dxŒj, g]kfndf k|fs[lts ;Dkbf, jftfj/0f k|b"if0f, sDKo'6/sf] dxŒj, d]/f] b]z M d]/f] uf}/j, lj1fgsf] pknlAw, afnclwsf/, ljBfyL{ hLjgdf cg'zf;gsf] dxŒj cflb .

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M cf7
;do M ! 306f @) ldg]6 k"0ff{ÍM #&=%
k|yd q}dfl;s bf];|f] q}dfl;s t];|f] q}dfl;s
qm=;= ljwf :ki6Ls/0f
k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/ k|=;+= cÍef/
kf7df k|of]u ePsf tT;d, tb\ej / cfuGt's ;d]t kg]{ u/L zAbsf] cy{ lbO{ hf]8f
!= cy{n]vg ! @ ! @ ! @
ldnfpg nufpg] .
kf7df k|o'St cg]sfyL{, kof{ojfrL, ljk/LtfyL{ / ;dfj]zs / ;dfj]Zoaf6 lgb]{z jf ;ª\s]t
@= zAb klxrfg ! @ ! @ ! @
adf]lhd n]Vg nufpg] .
kf7df k|o'St cg's/0ffTds zAb, pvfg, 6'Ssf, lgkft, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws cflb zAbdWo]
#= jfSodf k|of]u ! @ ! @ ! @
cy{ v'Ng] u/L jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] .
k|=q}= df x|:jbL3{, z–if–;, a–j / k~rd j0f{af6 b'O{cf]6f ax'j}slNks k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
! ! ! @ ! @
$= z'4Ls/0f
Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq cz'4L kg]{ u/L x|:jbL3{, kbof]u, kbljof]u / n]Vo lrXg u/L $
— — ! @ ! @
cf]6f cz'l4 ePsf] jfSo lbO{ z'4 ug{ nufpg] .
zAbju{{ -gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmof /
%= ! !=% ! # ! # /]vfª\lst zAbsf kbju{ 5'6\6\ofpg nufpg] . - oyf;Dej cJoosf e]b;lxt _
cJoo_
lbOPsf] cg'R5]b jf jfSoaf6 /]vfª\lst kbx¿sf] sf/s 5'6\ofpg] jf ljelSt 5'6\ofpg
&= sf/s / ljelSt ! ! ! ! ! !
nufpg] .- )=% sf b/n] _
sfn, kIf / efjaf6 wft' / ;ª\s]tsf cfwf/df kl/jt{g ug{ lbg] .- k|=q}= df ;fdfGo, ck"0f{
*= sfn ,kIf / efj ! @ ! # ! #
/ k"0f{ tyf bf];|f] / t];|f] q}= df c1ft / cEo:t klg ;f]Wg] _
lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/ u/L @, jfRo !, s/0f÷cs/0f !, jfSo sf]l6sf k|Zg ;f]wL jfSo
( jfSo kl/jt{g ! @ ! $ ! $
kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] . - k|yd / bf];|f] q}dfl;sdf jfRo g;f]Wg] _
ls|ofsf sfn, kIf / efjsf] sf]6L tf]s]/ Go"gtd $ jfSodf s'g} ljifosf] j0f{g ug{
!) jfSo /rgf - j0f{g _ — — ! $ ! $
nufpg] .
ljleGg n]v /rgfaf6 !%) zAb;Ddsf] cb[i6f+z uBf+z lbO{ To; ;DaGwL Ps jf b'O{
!! af]w -cb[i6f+z_ — — ! % ! %
jfSodf pTTf/ cfpg] vfnsf s'g} % k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
uB ljwfsf kf7af6 !)) zb;Ddsf] b[i6f+z uBf+zlbO{ $ cf]6f a'Fbf l6kL ;f/f+z n]Vg
!@ a'Fbf l6kf]6 / ;f/f+z n]vg –b[i6f+z_ — — ! % ! %
nufpg] .
syf÷hLjgL jf jfbljjfb÷;+jfb÷lr7L a'Fbf lbO{ syf hLjgLaf6 Ps k|Zg jf jfbljjfb÷;+jfb÷lr7LdWo]af6 s'g} Ps u/L s'g} @
!#= ! $ ! $ ! $
n]vg k|Zg ;f]Wg] / s'g} Pssf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] . -k| q}= df lr7L jf lgj]bg _

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lgwf{l/t ljwfsf @ ljlzi6 kª\lSt lbO{ s'g} Pssf] JofVof, efjlj:tf/ jf tfTko{ v'nfpg
!$= JofVof÷efj lj:tf/ @÷! $ @÷! $ @÷! $
nufpg] .- o;df sljtfsf] k|ltlglwTj clgjfo{ xg'kg]{ 5 .
kf7ut k|Zgf]Tt/ -;ª\lIfKt pTt/fTds_ #÷@ * $÷# !@ $÷# !@ sljtf, syf, hLjgL, lgaGw÷k|aGw, ;+jfb cflb ;a} ljwf / kf7af6 tLg k|Zg ;f]wL s'g} @
!%=
— — ! $ ! $ sf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] . -bf];|f] / t];|f] q}dfl;sdf Ps Ps tfls{s k|Zg;d]t ;f]Wg]_ .
tfls{s lzNk÷;d:of ;dfwfg
syf, lgaGw÷k|aGw, hLjgLdWo] s'g} @ ljwfaf6 ljZn]if0ffTds / l;h{gfTds Ifdtfsf]
!^= ljj]rgf @÷! * @÷! * @÷! *
k/LIf0f ug]{ vfnsf @ k|Zg ;f]wL ! k|Zgsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
cfTdk/s Pp6f / j:t'k/s b'O{ cf]6f kg]{ u/L s'g} # zLif{s lbg] / tLdWo] s'g} Ps
!& lgaGw n]vg — — #÷! * #÷! *
zLif{sdf !%) zAbdf g36fO{ lgaGw n]Vg nufpg] .
hDdf #&=% &% &%

lgaGwsf ;Defljt zLif{sx¿ M gf/L lzIffsf] dxŒj, ;dosf] dxŒj, d]/f] hLjgsf] p2]Zo, ;dfh;]jf, k':tsfnosf] dxŒj, g]kfnsf k|fs[lts ;Dkbf, jftfj/0f k|b"if0f,
sDKo'6/sf] dxŒj, d]/f] b]z Md]/f] uf}/j, lj1fgsf] pknlAw, afnclwsf/, ljBfyL{ hLjgdf cg'zf;gsf] dxŒj, gofF g]kfn lgdf{0fdf ljBfyL{sf] e"ldsf, d]/f] hGde"ld,
dnfO{ dg kg]{ ;flxTosf/, k|fljlws lzIff, df]afOn kmf]gsf kmfObf/ a]kmfObfx?, e"sDk / o;sf c;/x?, v]ns'bsf] dxTTj,
gf]6M sIff * sf] låtLo q}dfl;s k/LIffdf k|yd q}dfl;ssf kf7x¿af6 @)Ü tyf t[tLo q}dfl;s k/LIffdf k|yd / låtLo b'j} q}dfl;ssf kf7x¿af6 #)Ü cª\sef/
kg]{u/L k|Zgx¿ ;f]lwg]5g\ .

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lgDg dfWolds tx pQL0f{ k/LIff -sIff M cf7_ sf] ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zgof]hgf _
jflif{s k/LIff
;do M @ 306f !% ldg]6
k|Zg ;ª\Vof, cª\s ef/ / ;do
If]q ljwf ÷ Jofjxfl/s pRr
j|m=;+ 1fg af]w :ki6Ls/0f
-k9fO / n]vfO_ k/LIf0fLo kIf l;k bIftf hDdf pTt/ lbg'kg]{ cª\s ;do
k|Zg k|Zg ;ª\Vof ef/ -ldg]6df_
!= zAb e08f/ cy{n]vg ! ! ! # % kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} ^ cf]6f -tT;d, tb\ej / cfuGt's ;d]t kg]{ u/L_
zAbsf] cy{ lbO{ hf]8f ldnfpg nufpg] .
zAb klxrfg ! ! ! # % kf7df k|o'St cg]sfyL{af6 @, kof{ojfrLaf6 @,
ljk/LtfyL{af6 ! / ;dfj]zs ;dfj]Zoaf6 ! u/L
hDdf ^ cf]6f zAb lgb]{z jf ;ª\s]tadf]lhd n]Vg nufpg] .
jfSodf k|of]u ! ! ! $ & kf7df k|o'St ljleGg k|s[ltsf zAb -cg's/0ffTds zAb–
!, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws zAb –!, pvfg 6'Ssf –
! ;d]t kg]{ u/L_ $ cf]6f zAb lbO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] .
@= lxHh] - z'b\wLs/0f ! ! ! @ $ Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq cz'lb\w kg]{ u/L j0f{
ljGof; # cf]6f / n]Vo lrx\g ! cf]6f kg]{ u/L $
j0f{ ljGof;_
cf]6f cz'lb\w ePsf] ub\of+z lbO{ z'b\w ug{ nufpg] .
/ n]Vo lrx\g ! ! ! @ $ x|:jbL3{, o–P, a–j,z÷if÷;, k~rd j0f{,
lz/laGb'af6 $ cf]6f ax'j}slNks k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
#= Jofs/0f zAbju{ ! ! ! # % ^ cf]6f ljleGg zAbju{sf zAb /]vfª\sg u/L 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
sf/s / ! ! ! ! @ lbOPsf] cg'R5]b jf jfSoaf6 /]vfª\lst kbx¿sf] @ cf]6f sf/s 5'6\ofpg]
ljelSt jf b'O{cf]6f ljelSt 5'6\ofpg nufpg] .
sfn, kIf / ! ! ! # % sfn, kIf / efjaf6 ^ cf]6f wft' ;ª\s]t u/L ^
efj cf]6f jfSosf vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
jfSo kl/jt{g ! ! ! $ & lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/ u/L @, jfRo !,
s/0f÷cs/0f !, jfSo sf]l6sf k|Zg ;f]wL jfSo kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] .
jfSo /rgf ! ! ! $ & lj|mofsf vf; sfn, kIf jf efjsf] sf]6L tf]s]/
-j0f{g_ Go"gtd $ jfSodf s'g} ljifosf] j0f{g ug{ nufpg] .
$= af]w -cb[i6f+z_ af]w k|Zgf]Tt/ ! ! ! % ( ljleGg n]v /rgfx¿af6 !%) zAb;Ddsf] cb[i6f+z uBf+z lbO{ To; ;DaGwL
Ps jf b'O{ jfSodf pTt/ cfpg] vfnsf s'g} % k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
%= a'Fbf l6kf]6 / ;f/f+ a'Fbf l6kf]6 / ! ! ! % ( uB ljwfsf kf7af6 !)) zAb;Ddsf] uBf+zlbO{ $
z ;f/f+z n]vg cf]6f a'Fbf l6kL ;f/f+z n]Vg nufpg] .
-b[i6f+z_
^= lgb]{lzt /rgf syf÷hLjgL @ @ ! $ & a'Fbf lbO{ syf÷hLjgLaf6 Ps k|Zg jf
jf jfbljjfb÷ jfbljjfb÷;+jfb÷lr7LdWo]af6 s'g} Ps k|Zg u/L b'O{
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;+jfb÷ lr7L k|Zg ;f]Wg] / s'g} Pssf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
n]vg
&= efj lj:tf/÷ syf, sljtf, @ @ ! $ & lgwf{l/t ljwfsf @ ljlzi6 kª\lSt lbO{ s'g} Pssf] JofVof, efj lj:tf/ ug{
JofVof lgaGw÷k|aGw, jf tfTko{ v'nfpg nufpg] . -o;df sljtf+sf] k|ltlglwTj clgjfo{ x'g'kg]{ 5 ._
hLjgL
*= kf7ut k|Zgf]Tt/ syf, sljtf, ! ! ! # @ * !% lgwf{l/t ljwfx¿ syf, sljtf, lgaGw÷k|aGw,
-;ª\lIfKt lgaGw÷k|aGw, hLjgLaf6 d"n efj, 36gf, ;Gb]z, rl/q cflbsf
pTt/fTds_ hLjgL ;DaGwdf # cf]6f ;ª\lIfKt pTt/fTds k|Zg ;f]wL @ cf]6fsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
tfls{s ! ! ! $ & lgwf{l/t ljwfsf s'g} k|;ª\u lbO{ ljrf/ tyf ts{n]
lzNk÷;d:of k'li6 ug]{ jf ;d:of ;dfwfg ug]{ vfnsf] k|Zg
;dfwfg ;f]Wg] .
(= ljj]rgf syf, lgaGw÷ @ @ ! * !% syf, lgaGw÷k|aGw / hLjgLdWo] s'g} @ ljwfaf6
k|aGw, hLjgL ljZn]if0ffTds / l;h{gfTds Ifdtfsf] k/LIf0f ug]{
vfnsf @ k|Zg ;f]wL ! k|Zgsf] pTt/ lbg nufpg] .
!)= :jtGq /rgf lgaGw ! ! ! * !% cfTdk/s Pp6f / j:t'k/s @ cf]6f kg]{ u/L s'g} # zLif{s lbg] / tLdWo] s'g} !
zLif{sdf !%) zAbdf g36fO{ lgaGw n]Vg nufpg] .
# @ * !) @# !( &% @ 306f !%
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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M gf}
k|yd q}dfl;s
If]q pQ/ lbg'kg]{
qm=;+= ljwf hDdf k|Zg cÍef/ :ki6Ls/0f
-k9fO÷n]vfO_ k|Zg
kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} rf/ cf]6f -tT;d @, tb\ej ! / cfuGt's !_ zAb / cy{ lbO{ hf]8f ldnfpg
cy{ n]vg ! ! !
nufpg] .
kf7\ok':tsdf k|of]u ePsf ljk/LtfyL{, kof{ojfrL,cg]sfyL{ / >'lt;dleGgfyL{ zAbx¿dWo]af6
!= zAbe08f/ zAb klxrfg ! ! !
s'g} @ kg]{ u/L lbOPsf] ;ª\s]t adf]lhd vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
kf7df k|o'Qm ljleGg k|s[ltsf zAb -cg's/0ffTds, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws, pvfg, 6'Ssf / lgkft dWo]af6
jfSodf k|of]u ! ! @
lbO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] ._
lxHh] Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq cz'l4 kg]{ u/L hDdf # j6f uNtL ;Rofpg nufpg]
@= -j0f{ljGof;_ / z'4Ls/0f -jfSosf] txdf dfq_ ! ! !=%
n]Vo lrx\g
rf/cf]6f zAbju{sf zAb /]vfª\sg u/L -gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f / lqmof dWo]af6 ! / cJooleqaf6 !lbO{_
zAbju{ ! ! ! 5'§ofpg nufpg] . kbju{ 5'§ofpFbf gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmof, gfdof]uL, lqmofof]uL, ;+of]hs,
lj:doflbaf]ws, lgkft g} n]Vg'k5{ .
#= Jofs/0f
sfn, kIf / efj ! ! ! sfn / kIfaf6 wft' / ;ª\s]tsf cfwf/df b'O{ cf]6f jfSodf vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
jfRo, s/0f–cs/0f, sf]l6 -lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/, ljelQmk|of]u_ jfSo, efj, k|]/0ffy{sdWo]af6 $ k|Zg
jfSo kl/jt{g ! ! #
;f]wL kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] .
ls|ofsf] vf; sfn, kIf, cy{ jf efjdWo] s'g} Pssf] sf]l6 tf]s]/ @ jfSodf s'g} ljifosf] j0f{g ug{
$ :jtGq jfSo /rgf ! ! @
nufpg]
k7gaf]w - uB ljwfsf kf7af6 !%) zAb;Ddsf] uBf+z lbO{ Ps jf b'O{ jfSodf pQ/ cfpg] tYok/s, ;Gbe{af]ws, k|ls|ofaf]ws
% ! ! % cflb % j6f k|Zg ;f]Wg]
cb[i6f+z_
^= lgb]{lzt /rgf hLjgL÷syf n]vg ! ! $ a'Fbf lbO{ syf / hLjgLaf6 b'O{ k|Zg ;f]wL s'g} Ps ug{ nufpg] .
JofVof÷;k|;ª\u
syf, sljtf, lgaGw, k|aGw, km/s–km/s ljwfaf6 b'O{ ljlzi6 kª\lQm lbO{ s'g} Pssf] JofVof÷efj lj:tf/ jf ;k|;ª\u JofVof ug{
&= JofVof ÷efj @ ! $
¿ks, hLjgL nufpg] .
lj:tf/
kf7ut af]w -
kf7\ok':tssf syf, sljtf, hLjgL, lgaGw÷k|aGwdWo] s'g} Ps ljwfaf6 uBf+z jf sljtf+z pb\w[t u/L
;Gbe{df syf, sljtf, lgaGw, k|aGw,
*= ! ! $ To;sf cfwf/df ljifoj:t' n]vg, rl/q lrq0f, 36gf j0f{g, d"n efj jf ;Gb]z pNn]v ;DaGwL sDtLdf
cfwfl/t ¿ks, hLjgL
kfFr jfSodf pQ/ lbg] vfnsf ;ª\lIfKt pQ/fTds @÷@ k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
;ª\lIfKt pQ/_
syf, sljtf, lgaGw÷k|aGw, syf,sljtf, hLjgL / lgaGw÷k|aGwdWo] s'g} b'O{ ljwfaf6 ljZn]if0ffTds, l;h{gfTds tyf ;dLIffTds
(= kf7ut af]w
-nfdf] pQ/fTds _ hLjgL @ ! *
Ifdtf k/LIf0f ug]{ lsl;dsf s'g} b'O{ k|Zg ;f]wL Ps k|Zgsf] pQ/ lbg nufpg] .
hDdf #&=%
k'gZr M bf];|f] q}dfl;s k/LIffdf &% k"0ff{Ísf] k|Zg ;f]lwg] x'Fbf dfWolds lzIff pQL0f{ -sIff !)_ sf nflu kf7\oqmd ljsf; s]Gb|n] k7fPsf] ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsfnfO{ cfwf/ agfO{ k|Zgx¿
;f]lwg]5g\ .pQm ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf / gd'gf k|Zgkq o;};fy ;+nUg ul/Psf] 5.

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k|of]ufTds sfo{sf nflu ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf –sIff (/ !)_
qm=;= If]q -;'gfO / k/LIf0f ug]{ kIf cª\sef/ :ki6Ls/0f
af]nfO_
!= ;'gfO >'ltaf]w - efjaf]w, !) /]l8of], Sof;]6, df]afOn jf cGo ljB'tLo ;fdu|Laf6 ;dfrf/, ;+jfb, ;flxlTos cleJolSt jf cGo
cy{af]w, ;Gbe{af]w, cg'dfg, ;Gb]zd"ns uBf+z ;'gfP/ 1fg, af]w, l;k k|of]u / ljZn]if0f tx;Fu ;DalGwt k|Zgx¿ ;f]wL eGg jf
ts{ nufot _ n]Vg nufpg] .
jf
!%) b]lv @)) zAb;Ddsf] s'g} uBf+z jf kBf+z -cb[i6f+z _ ;'gfP/ plNnlvt kfFr cf]6} tx;Fu
;DalGwt k|Zgx¿ ;f]Wg] - kfFr cf]6} txsf] k|ltlglwTj x'g] u/L kfFr k|Zg ;f]Wg ;lsg] _
@= af]nfO df}lvs j0f{g ÷syf syg !) s'g} Ps ljifo, j:t', lrq, kl/j]z lbO{ df}lvs j0f{g ug{ nufpg] jf s'g} hfg];'g]sf] s'g} syf jf s;}sf]
hLjgL eGg nufpg] . -o;/L j0f{g u/fpFbf jf syf eGg nufpFbf jStfn] af]n]sf] s'/fdf :ki6tf,
k|efjsfl/tf, z}nL, eflifs :t/, z'4f]Rrf/0f, ult,olt, no / xfpefp h:tf kIfdf Wofg lbg] _
;:j/ jfrg % s'g} kqklqsfaf6 !)) zAb;Ddsf] uBf+z jf kBf+z lbP/ ult, olt, no ldnfP/ efjfg's"n ;:j/jfrg
ug{ nufpg] . -o;/L jfrg u/fpFbf :ki6tf, eflifs z'4tf, k|efjsfl/tf, ult, olt, no / xfpefp ljz]if
h:tf kIfdf Vofn ug]{_
hDdf @%
b|i6Jo M
-s_ 1fg txsf k|Zg M s], s'g,slxn], s;nfO{, sxfF h:tf k|Zgfy{s zAb /fvL s'g} Pp6f k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
-v_ af]w txsf] k|Zg M ;Gbe{k/s s'g} Pp6f k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
-u_ l;k txsf] k|Zg M ;'g]sf] s'/f l;nl;nf ldnfO{ ;ª\If]kdf eGGf'kg]{, jf sfn, kIf, efj, jfSo u7g cflb dWo]af6 s'g} Pp6f k|Zg / s'g} k|of]hgk/s If]qsf zAb, pvfg 6'SsfnfO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug'{kg]{ u/L
hDdf b'O{ k|Zg ;f]Wg] .
-3_ ljZn]if0f txsf] k|Zg M ;'gfOPsf] ;fdu|fLsf] pko'St zLif{s, lgisif{, ;Gb]z, lzIff cflbdWo] s'g} Pp6f k|Zg ;f]Wg

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ljlzi6Ls/0f tflnsf -k|Zg of]hgf_ @)&%
sIff M b;
k|yd q}dfl;s
If]q pQ/ lbg'kg]{
qm=;+= ljwf hDdf k|Zg cÍef/ :ki6Ls/0f
-k9fO÷n]vfO_ k|Zg
kf7df k|of]u ePsf s'g} rf/ cf]6f -tT;d ÷ tb\ej ! / cfuGt's !_ zAb / cy{ lbO{ hf]8f
cy{ n]vg ! ! !
ldnfpg nufpg] .
kf7\ok':tsdf k|of]u ePsf ljk/LtfyL{, kof{ojfrL,cg]sfyL{ / >'lt;dleGgfyL{ zAbx¿dWo]af6
!= zAbe08f/ zAb klxrfg ! ! !
s'g} @ kg]{ u/L lbOPsf] ;ª\s]t adf]lhd vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
kf7df k|o'Qm ljleGg k|s[ltsf zAb -cg's/0ffTds, kfl/eflifs÷k|fljlws, pvfg, 6'Ssf / lgkft
jfSodf k|of]u ! ! @
dWo]af6 lbO{ jfSodf k|of]u ug{ nufpg] ._
lxHh]
z'4Ls/0f -jfSosf] txdf
@= -j0f{ljGof;_ / ! ! !=% Pp6f zAbdf Pp6f dfq cz'l4 kg]{ u/L hDdf # j6f uNtL ;Rofpg nufpg]
dfq_
n]Vo lrx\g
@ cf]6f zAbju{sf zAb /]vfª\sg u/L -gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f / lqmof dWo]af6 ! /
zAbju{ ! ! ! cJooleqaf6 ! lbO{_ 5'§ofpg nufpg] . - kbju{ 5'§ofpFbf gfd, ;j{gfd, ljz]if0f, lqmof,
gfdof]uL, lqmofof]uL, ;+of]hs, lj:doflbaf]ws, lgkft g} n]Vg'k5{ . _
#= Jofs/0f zAblgdf{0f ! ! ! Pp6f pk;u{ / Pp6f k|Too ;f]wL zAblgdf{0f ug{ nufpg]
sfn, kIf / efj ! ! ! sfn / kIfaf6 wft' / ;ª\s]tsf cfwf/df b'O{ cf]6f jfSodf vfnL 7fpF eg{ nufpg] .
jfRo, s/0f–cs/0f, sf]l6 -lnª\u, jrg, k'?if, cfb/, ljelQmk|of]u_ jfSo, efj,
jfSo kl/jt{g ! ! @
k|]/0ffy{sdWo]af6 @ k|Zg ;f]wL kl/jt{g ug{ nufpg] .
ls|ofsf] vf; sfn, kIf, cy{ jf efjdWo] s'g} Pssf] sf]l6 tf]s]/ @ jfSodf s'g} ljifosf] j0f{g
$ :jtGq jfSo /rgf ! ! @
ug{ nufpg] - cl3Nnf] k|Zgsf] sfn÷ kIf gbf]xf]¥ofpg] _
k7gaf]w - uB ljwfsf kf7af6 !%) zAb;Ddsf] uBf+z lbO{ Ps jf b'O{ jfSodf pQ/ cfpg] tYok/s,
% ! ! %
cb[i6f+z_ ;Gbe{af]ws, k|ls|ofaf]ws cflb % j6f k|Zg ;f]Wg]
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Science
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Science
Class - One
First Term FM (Th 20, Pr 30) Time: 1hr
Total Written Evaluation
S.N Topic
Marks Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each lesson
1 Our Nature 3.5 and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
2 Plant Kingdom 3
True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture Question,
3 Animal Kingdom 3
4 Body Parts of Animals 3 Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of questions in the text book.
5 Parts of Plants 3 Each category should contain questions from different lesson as far as possible. At most 5
6 Personal Hygiene 3 marks weight should be given for drawing and picture question (the question set should include
7 Walking 0.5 this type of question compulsorily). Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective
8 Running 0.5
9 Jumping 0.5 question. (Eg: Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
Total 20
Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

For Terminal Exam For Annual Exam


SN Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks Marks Division Total Marks
1 Fill in the blanks 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
2 True/False 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
3 Matching 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
4 Circle odd ones 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
5 Circle correct word 2×0.5 1 4×0.5 2
6 List any three 3×1.5 4.5 6×1.5 9
7 Joint the dotted line and complete the figure 1×2 2 2×2 4
8 Draw 1×2.5 2.5 2×2.5 5
9 Rearrange the jumbled letters / 4×0.5 2 4+4=8×0.5 4
One word answer question
Total 20 40
* The question setter may included – Answer the following questions 3×1 = 3 marks in replace of type 5 and 9 questions.

133
Science
Class - One

Second Term FM (Th 20, Pr 30) Time: 1hr


Total Written Evaluation
S.N Topic
Marks Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each lesson and the
1 Food and Shelter of Animals 4 question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
2 Babies of Animals 4 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture Question,
3 Care of Plants 3 Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of questions in the text book. Each
4 Care of Animals 3 category should contain questions from different lesson as far as possible. At most 5 marks weight
5 Clean House and Clean School 4 should be given for drawing and picture question (the question set should include this type of
6 Hanging Swinging Climbing
2 question compulsorily). Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose
7 Physical Training, Drill
is a plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
Total 20

Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

Third Term FM (Th 20, Pr 30) Time: 1hr

Total
S.N Topic Written Evaluation
Marks
Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each lesson and
1 Our Environment 5
the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
2 Water For Life 5
3 3 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle odd one, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture Question,
Our Food
4 I Am Healthy 5 Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of questions in the text book.
5 Minor Games 1 Each category should contain questions from different lesson as far as possible. At most 5 marks
6 Local Games weight should be given for drawing and picture question (the question set should include this type
7 Ball Game 1 of question compulsorily). Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg:
Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
Total 20

134
Science
Class - One
Final Term (Th 40, Pr 60) Time: 2hours
S.N Topic Total Marks
1 Our Nature 2
2 Plant Kingdom 2
3 Animal Kingdom 2
4 Body Parts of Animals 2
5 Parts of Plants 2
6 Personal Hygiene 2
7 Walking -
8 Running - Written Evaluation
9 Jumping - Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks
10 Food and Shelter of Animals 1 allocated for each lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties
11 Babies of Animals 1 listed below.
12 Care of Plants 1 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw,
13 Care of Animals 1 Picture Question, Question Answer (Short answer type) or any other new
14 Clean House and Clean School 1 category of questions in the text book. Each category should contain
questions from different lesson as far as possible. At most 9 marks weight
15 Our Food 2
should be given for drawing and picture question (the question set should
16 Hanging Swinging Climbing 0.5 include this type of question compulsorily). Weight of 0.5 marks should be
17 Physical Training - given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
18 Drill - For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening,
19 Our Environment 1.5 speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding
20 Water For Life 1.5 healthy habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class
21 I Am Healthy 1.5 room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).
22 Minor Games -
23 Local Games -
24 Ball Game -
25 Things Around Us 4
26 Our Energy Sources 4
27 Our Weather 3
28 Safety Rules 3
29 Gymnastics 1
30 Story and Role Play 1
Total 40

135
Science
Class - Two
First Term FM (Th 30, Pr 20) Time: 1hr
Total
S.N. Topic
Marks
1 Characteristics of Living and Non 4.5
Written Evaluation
Living Things
2 Shelters of Animals 4 Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each

3 Domestics and Wild Animals 4 lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
4 Food of Animals 3.5
Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of questions in
5 Movement in Animals 4
the text book. Each category should contain questions from different lesson as far as
6 Personal Hygiene 4
possible. At most 5 marks weight should be given for drawing and picture question (the
7 Clean Environment and School 4
question set should include this type of question compulsorily). Weight of 0.5 marks should
8 Walking ,Running, Jumping and 0.5 be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
Throwing
9 Non Locomotors Skill 0.5
10 Physical Exercise 1
Total 30
Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

For Terminal Exam For Annual Exam


SN Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks Marks Division Total Marks
1 Fill in the blanks 5×0.5 2.5 10×0.5 5
2 True/False 6×0.5 3 12×0.5 6
3 Matching 5×0.5 2.5 10×0.5 5
4 Circle odd ones 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
5 Circle correct word 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
6 List any three 4×1.5 6 8×1.5 12
7 Answer the following questions 4×2 8 9×2 18
8 Draw 1×4 4 2×3 6
Total 30 60

136
Science
Class – Two

Second Term FM (Th 30, Pr 20) Time: 1hr


Total
S.N Topic
Marks
1 Plants Around Us 5 Written Evaluation
2 Different Parts of Plants 5 Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each
3 Useful Plants 5 lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
4 Environment Around Us 5 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
5 Objects Around Us 4 Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of
6 Colour Odour and Taste of 4 questions in the text book. Each category should contain questions from different
Objects lesson as far as possible. At most 5 marks weight should be given for drawing and
7 Drill, Minor Games, Local 2 picture question (the question set should include this type of question compulsorily).
Games Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant.
Total 30 (True) 0.5 marks)
Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding
healthy habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

137
Science
Class – Two

Third Term FM (Th 30, Pr 20) Time: 1hr


Total
S.N. Topic
Marks
1 Hard and Soft Objects 4 Written Evaluation
2 Heat and Light 4 Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for
each lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
3 Sunny Day 4
True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
4 Shadow 3 Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of
5 questions in the text book. Each category should contain questions from different
Our Earth 4
lesson as far as possible. At most 5 marks weight should be given for drawing and
6 Drinking Water and Diseases 4 picture question (the question set should include this type of question compulsorily).
7 Safety First Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a
5
plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
8 Imitating Games
2
9 Story Games
Total 30

Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

138
Science
Class – Two

Annual Exam FM (Th 60, Pr 40) Time: 2hrs


Total
S.N. Topic
Marks
1 Characteristics of Living and 3
Non Living Things
2 Shelters of Animals
3.5
3 Domestics and Wild Animals
4 Food of Animals
3.5
5 Movement in Animals
6 Personal Hygiene
4 Written Evaluation
7 Clean Environment and
School Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each
8 Walking , Running, Jumping lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
and Throwing True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
9 Non Locomotors Skill -
Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of
10 Physical Exercise questions in the text book. Each category should contain questions from different lesson
11 Plants Around Us as far as possible. At most 10 marks weight should be given for drawing and picture
5
12 Different Parts of Plants question (the question set should include this type of question compulsorily). Weight of
0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5
13 Useful Plants
4 marks)
14 Environment Around Us
15 Objects Around Us 3

16 Colour Odour and Taste of 3


Objects
17 Drinking Water and Diseases 3
18 Drill -
19 Minor Games -
20 Local Games -

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21 Hard and Soft Objects 3
22 Heat and Light 3
23 Sunny Day 2
24 Shadow 4.5
25 Our Earth 3
26 Safety First 2.5
27 Imitating Games -
28 Story Games 1
29 Day and Night 3
30 Different Colours in Sunlight 2
31 Health Services 3
32 Ball Games 1
33 Gymnastics -
34 Balancing the Body -
Total 60

Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

140
Science
Class - Three
First Term FM (Th 30, Pr 20) Time: 1hr
Total
S.N. Topic
Marks
Written Evaluation
1 Living and Non Living Things 4 Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each
2 Habitat of Animals 4 lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
3 Eating Habits Of Animals 3 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
4 Animals Life 4 Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of questions in
5 Plants Around Us 4 the text book. Each category should contain questions from different lesson as far as
6 Personal Hygiene 4 possible. At most 5 marks weight should be given for drawing and picture question (the
7 Exercise Rest snd Clothing 4 question set should include this type of question compulsorily). Weight of 0.5 marks should
8 Locomotors Skills 2 be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
9 Non Locomotors Skill 1
Total 30
Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy habits,
Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

For Terminal Exam For Annual Exam


SN Types of Questions Marks Division Total Marks Marks Division Total Marks
1 Fill in the blanks 5×0.5 2.5 10×0.5 5
2 True/False 6×0.5 3 12×0.5 6
3 Matching 5×0.5 2.5 10×0.5 5
4 Circle odd ones 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
5 Circle correct word 4×0.5 2 8×0.5 4
6 List any three 4×1.5 6 8×1.5 12
7 Answer the following questions 4×2 8 9×2 18
8 Draw 1×4 4 2×3 6
Total 30 60

141
Science
Class - Three
Second Term FM (Th 30, Pr 20) Time: 1hr
Total
S.N Topic
Marks
1 Useful Plants 5 Written Evaluation
2 Environment Around Us 4 Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each
3 Kinds Of Matter 4 lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
4 Uses of Wind and Water 4 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
5 A Windy Day 3 Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of
6 Clean House 3 questions in the text book. Each category should contain questions from different
7 Clean Environment 4 lesson as far as possible. At most 5 marks weight should be given for drawing and
8 Drill Physical Exercise 2 picture question (the question set should include this type of question compulsorily).
9 Minor Games, Local Games 1 Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant.
Total 30 (True) 0.5 marks)
Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy habits,
Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

142
Science
Class – Three
Third Term FM (Th 30, Pr 20) Time: 1hr
Total
S.N. Topic
Marks
1 A Cold Day Winter 4 Written Evaluation
Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for
2 Cloud And Water 4 each lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
3 Sources of Food 5 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of
4 Food Types and Food Safety 4
questions in the text book. Each category should contain questions from different
5 Diseases 6 lesson as far as possible. At most 5 marks weight should be given for drawing and
6 Safety And First Aid picture question (the question set should include this type of question compulsorily).
4
Weight of 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a
7 Imitating Games 2 plant. (True) 0.5 marks)
8 Story Games 1
Total 30

Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

143
Science
Class – Three
Annual Exam FM (Th 60, Pr 40) Time: 2hrs
Total
S.N. Topic
Marks
1 Living and Non Living Things 4
2 Habitat of Animals 4
3 Eating Habits Of Animals 3
4 Animals Life 3
5 Plants Around Us 4
6 Personal Hygiene 2
7 Exercise Rest and Clothing 2
Written Evaluation
8 Locomotors Skills - Question setter should prepare the questions according to the marks allocated for each
9 Non Locomotors Skill - lesson and the question must contain at least 7 varieties listed below.
10 Useful Plants 2 True/False, Match, Fill, Circle Odd One, List, Circle Correct Word, Draw, Picture
Question, Question Answer (Short Answer Type) or any other new category of
11 Environment Around Us 2
questions in the text book. Each category should contain questions from different lesson
12 Kinds Of Matter 2
as far as possible. At most 10 marks weight should be given for drawing and picture
13 Uses of Wind and Water 1 question (the question set should include this type of question compulsorily). Weight of
14 A Windy Day 1 0.5 marks should be given for each objective question. (Eg: Rose is a plant. (True) 0.5
15 Clan House 1 marks)
16 Clean Environment 1
17 Sources of Food 1
18 Food Types and Food Safety 1
19 Drill Physical Exercise -
20 A Cold Day Winter 1
21 Cloud And Water 1
22 Diseases 2

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23 Safety And First Aid 2
24 Minor Games -
25 Local Games 1
26 Imitating Games 0.5
27 Story Games -
28 Our Earth 3
29 Information and its Sources 3.5
30 Some Local Technologies 3.5
31 Health Services 3.5
32 Smoking: A Harmful Habits 3
33 Ball Games
34 Gymnastics 2
35 Balancing the Body
Total 60

Practical Evaluation:
For practical evaluation the subject teacher should examine listening, speaking, drawing, coloring skills, positive attitude in the child regarding healthy
habits, Activities on physical lessons, Active learning in the class room, demonstrations etc. Simple projects may be given (if possible).

145
Science
Class - Four
First Term FM (Th 35, Pr 15) Time: 1hr
One word Select Correct
S.N Topic Fill T/F Match Diff. Define S/Q Draw
Answer Answer
1 The Animal World
2 Animal Reproduction 3 3 1 2 1 1 3 1
3 Terrestrial and Aquatic Adaptation
4 Life Process
From
5 Plant Life Cycle 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1
Science
6 Plants Around Us
Portion
7 Body and Hygiene
1 1 2 1 - - 1 1
8 Cleaning Body Parts
9 Locomotors Skill - - 1 - - - - -
10 Running - - 1 - - - - -
Total 6×0.5 6×0.5 6×0.5 5×1 2×1 2×1 6×2 4×0.5 1×3

Second Term FM (Th 35, Pr 15) Time: 1hr


Select
One word
S.N Topic Fill T/F Match Diff. Define S/Q Correct Draw Pic
Answer
Answer
1 Balance In Nature
2 Our Environment
3 Environment Pollution and Natural 3 4 3 3 1 1 3 2
Disaster From
4 Matter Science
5 Clean Environment and Healthy Living Portion
6 Our Food and Nutrition 2 2 - 2 1 1 3 2
7 Diseases
8 Different Types of Jumping
1 - 1 - - - - - - 2
9 Throwing, Non Locomotor Skill, Drill
Total 6×0.5 6×0.5 4×0.5 5×1 2×1 2×1 6×2 4×0.5 1×3 2×0.5

146
Science
Class - Four

Third Term FM (Th 35, Pr 15) Time: 1hr


Select
One word Give
S.N Topic Fill T/F Match Define S/Q Correct Draw Pic..
Answer Reason
Answer
1 Energy 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1
2 Solar System (4×0.5)
3 Motion Of The Earth And The
Seasons 2 2 1 1 - 1 2 2 From
4 Weather Science
5 Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Portion
2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1
6 Safety and First Aid
7 Physical Exercise, Minor Games - - 1 1 - - - -
and Local Games
Total 5×0.5 5×0.5 4×0.5 4×1 2×1 3×1 6×2 4×0.5 1×3 2

147
Science
Class - Four
Annual Term FM (Th 70, Pr 30) Time: 2hrs
One Select Correct
S.N Topic Fill T/F Match Define Diff. Give R SQ Draw
word Ans Ans
1 The Animal World
2 Animal Reproduction 2 2 2 1 1 2
3 Terrestrial and Aquatic Adaptation
4 Life Process
5 Plant Life Cycle 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
6 Plants Around Us
7 Balance In Nature
8 Our Environment 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
9 Environment Pollution and Natural Disaster
10 Matter
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
11 Energy
12 The Solar System and our Earth
13 Motion of The Earth And The Seasons 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
14 Weather
15 Means of Communication And Their Importance
1 1 1 1 1 1
16 Some of our Local Technologies From
17 Body and Hygiene Science
18 Cleaning Body Parts 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Portion
19 Clean Environment and Healthy Living
20 Our Food and Nutrition
21 Diseases
22 Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs 1 1 1 1 1
23 Safety and First Aid
24 Health Services
25 Locomotors Skill
26 Running
1 1
27 Different Types of Jumping
28 Throwing
29 Non-Locomotors Skill
30 Drill
31 Physical Exercise 1 1 1
32 Minor Games and Local Games
33 Story Games
34 Kicking and Blocking the Ball
35 Dribbling
1 1
36 Gymnastics
37 Balancing the Body
Total 10×0.5 10×0.5 8×0.5 10×1 4×2 8×0.5 2×2 3×2 10×2 2×2

148
Science
Class - Five
First Term FM (Th 35, Pr 15) Time: 1hr
S.N Topic Fill T/F Match S/Q Diff. Give reason Drawing
1 The Cell
2 2 2 2 - 1
2 The Invertebrates
3 Reproduction In Insects
4 The Vertebrates 3 3 2 2 1 1
5 Life Process In Animal From
6 Personal Hygiene Science
7 Exercises, Rest And Sleep Portion
2 1 2 2 1 -
8 Importance Of Environmental
Cleanliness
9 Locomotors Skill
1 2 - - - -
10 Jumping, Throwing
Total Marks 8×0.5 8×0.5 6×0.5 6×2 2×2 2×2 1×4

Second Term FM (Th 35, Pr 15) Time: 1hr


S.N Topic Fill T/F Match Give One W. Answer S/Q Diff. Give reason Drawing
1 Flowering Plants
2 3 2 1 2 1 -
2 Life Process in Plants
3 Effect of Human Activities on
Environment 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 From
4 Environment Conservation
Science
5 Change in State of Matter
2 2 1 2 1 - 1 Portion
6 Force And Energy
7 Solid Waste and its Management
1 - 1 - 1 - -
8 Balanced Diet
9 Relay, Non Locomotor, Drill, PT 1 1 1 - - - -
Total Marks 8×0.5 8×0.5 6×0.5 4×0.5 5×2 2×2 2×2 1×4

149
Science
Class - Five

Third Term FM (Th 35, Pr 15) Time: 1hr


One word
S.N Topic Fill T/F Match S/Q Give reason Drawing
Answer
1 Malnutrition and its 1 1 1 1 - -
Preventive Measure
2 Weather And Climate
3 2 2 2 1 1
3 Clouds
4 Solar System
2 2 1 2 2 1 From
5 The Earth
6 Science
Diseases
2 2 2 2 1 - Portion
7 Safety And First Aid
8 Minor Games
9 Local Games
- 1 - - - -
10 Creative Games

Total Marks 8×0.5 8×0.5 6×0.5 7×2 4×0.5 2×2 1×4

150
Science
Class - Five
Final Exam FM (Th 70, Pr 30) Time: 2hrs
Picture
Fill T/F Match S/Q Diff. Give reason One Word Drawing
S.N Topic Question
QN 1 a,b QN 2 a,b QN 3 a,b QN 4 QN 5 QN 6 Answer QN 8 QN 9
QN 7 a,b
1 The Cell
2 The Invertebrates 1 1 2 1
3 Reproduction In Insects
4 The Vertebrates
5 Life Process In Animal
6 Flowering Plants 1 2 1 2 1 1 1
7 Life Process in Plants
8 Effect of Human Activities on
Environment 1 1 1 1 1
9 Environment Conservation
10 Change in State of Matter
11 Force And Energy 1 1 1 1 1 1
12
Weather and Climate 1 1 1 1
13 Clouds
14 Solar System
1 2 1 1 1
15 The Earth
16 Light Shadow and Eclipse
17 Information and Communication
2 1 1 1 1
18 Local Tools and Technology
19
Personal Hygiene 1 1 1 1
20 Exercises, Rest And Sleep
21 Importance of Environmental Cleanliness
1
22 1 1 1
Solid Waste and its Management
23 Balance Diet
24 Malnutrition and its Preventive Measures
25 Diseases 2 1 1 1
26 Safety and First Aid
27 Community Health Services
28 Smoking, Alcohol and Drugs 2 1 1

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29 Locomotors Skill
30 Jumping
31 Throwing
32 Relay Games
33 Non-Locomotor Skill
34 Drill
35 Physical Training (PT)
36 Minor Games
37 Local Games
38 Creative Games
39 Ball Games
40 Balance Work 1
41 Tumbling Work
Total Marks 10×0.5 10×0.5 10×0.5 12×2 3×2 4×2 1×4 7×1 2×3

152
Science
Class – Six
First Term Second Term
FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min
S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks
1 1a/b Measurement 2/3 5 1 1a/b Simple Machine 2/3 5
2a/b Simple Machine / Heat 2/3 5
2 2a/b Force and Motion 2/3 5 2 3a/b Heat 3/2 5
3 3a/b Matter 2/3 5 3 4a/b Separation of Mixture 2/3 5
4 4a/b Living Beings 2/3 5 5a/b Air/ Flower and Seed 2/3 5
5 5a/b Invertebrates 2/3 5 4 6a/b Parts of Flowering Plants 2/3 5
6 6a/b Structure of earth 2/3 5 5 7a/b/c Environmental degradation 2/3/2.5 7.5
and conservation
7 7a/b/c Environment and its 2/3/2.5 7.5 6
balance
Total 37.5 Total 37.5

Third Term
FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min
S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks
1 1a/b Light 2/3 5
2 2a/b Sound 2/3 5
3 3a/b Metal and Non-metal 2/3 5
4 4a/b The cells 2/3 5
5 5a/b The cell / The sun, The moon 2/3 5
6 6a/b The sun, The earth and The 2/3 5
moon
7 7a/b/c Environment and sustainable 2/3/2.5 7.5
development
Total 37.5

153
Science
Class – Six
Science: 80%, Environment: 20%
Annual
FM (Th: 75, PR: 25) Time: 2hrs 15min
Q.N. Topics Marks
1. a. Measurement 2
b. Sound 3
2.a. Force and motion 2
b. Force and motion 3
3. a. Simple machine 3
b. Simple machine 2
4. a. Heat 3
b. Light 2
5. a. Electricity 2
b. Magnetism 3
6. a. Matter 2
b. Matter 3
7. a. Air 3
b. Mixture 2
8. a. Metal and Non-metal 2
b. Some useful chemicals 3
9. a. Living Beings 3
b. Invertebrates 2
10. a. Parts of flowering plants 3
b. Cells 2
11. a. Life process of plants 3
b. Flowers and seeds 2
12. a. Weather + Structure of the Earth 3
b. The Sun, The Earth and The Moon 2
13. a/b Environment and its balance 2/3
14. a/b Environmental degradation and conservation 2/3
15. a/b Environment and sustainable development 2/3
Question setter should maintain the following specification in the set question: Knowledge level – 40%, Understanding – 40%, Application – 12%,
Higher ability – 8%.

154
Science
Class – Seven
First Term Second Term
FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min
S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks
1 1a/b Measurement 2/3 5 1 1a/b Work, Energy and Power 3/2 5
2 2a/b Force and Motion 2/3 5 2 2a/b/c Pressure 3/2/2.5 7.5
3 3a/b Simple Machine 2/3 5 3 3a/b Mixture 2/3 5
4 4a/b Matter 2/3 5 4 4a/b Plants life, Classification of 2/3 5
plants
5 5a/b Animal Life, Vertebrates 2/3 5 5 5a/b Parts of Flowering Plants 2/3 5
6 6a/b Structure of the Earth 2/3 5 6 6a/b Weather and Climate 3/2 5
7 7a/b/c Environment and its 2/3/2.5 7.5 7 7a/b Environmental degradation 3/2 5
Balance and it’s conservation

Total 37.5 Total 37.5

Third Term
FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min
S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks
1 1a/b Heat 2/3 5
2 2a/b Heat / Light 2/3 5
3 3a/b Light 2/3 5
4 4a/b/c Metal and Non-metal 2/3/2.5 7.5
5 5a/b Cell and Tissue 2/3 5
6 6a/b Cell and Tissue 2/3 5
7 7a/b The Earth and the Space 3/2 5
Total 37.5

155
Science
Science
Class – Seven
Science: 80%, Environment: 20%
Annual
FM (Th: 75, PR: 25) Time: 2hrs 15min
Q.N. Topics Marks
1. a. Measurement 2
b. Force and motion 3
2.a. Simple machine 2
b. Pressure 3
3. a. Work, Energy and Power 2
b. Heat 3
4. a. Light 2
b Sound 3
5. a. Magnetism 2
b. Electricity 3
6. a/b Matter 2/3
7. a/b Mixture 2/3
8. a. Metal and Non-metal 2
b. Some useful chemicals 3
9. a. Animal Life, Vertebrates 2
b. Plant life, Classification 3
10. a. Parts of flowering plants 2
b. Cells and Tissue 3
11. a/b. Life process 2/3
12. a. Weather and Climate + Structure of the Earth 3
b. The Earth and The Space 2
13. a/b Environment and its balance 2/3
14. a/b Environmental degradation and conservation 2/3
15. a/b Environment and sustainable development 2/3
Question setter should maintain the following specification in the set question: Knowledge level – 40%, Understanding – 40%, Application – 12%,
Higher ability – 8%.

156
Science
Class – Eight

First Term Second Term


FM (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr, 15 min FM (Th 75, Pr 25) Time: 2hr, 15 min
S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks
1 1a/b Measurement 2/3 5 1 1a/b Measurement / Velocity and 2/3 5
Acceleration
2 2a/b/c Velocity and Acceleration 2/3/2.5 7.5 2 2a/b Pressure 3/2 5
3 3a/b Simple Machine 2/3 5 3 3a/b Pressure 2/3 5
4 4a/b Simple Machine 3/2 5
4 4a/b/c Matter 2/3/2.5 7.5 5 5a/b Work, Energy and Power 2/3 5
6 5a/b/c Living Beings 2/3/2.5 7.5 6 6a/b Matter 2/3 5
7 6a/b Structure of the Earth 2/3 5 7 7a/b/c Mixture 2/3/2.5 7.5
Total 37.5 8 8a/b Metal and Non Metal 2/3 5
9 9a/b Living Beings 2/3 5
10 10a/b Living beings / Cell and Tissue 2/3 5
11 11a/b/c Cell and Tissue 2/3/2.5 7.5
12 12a/b Structure of the Earth 3/2 5
13 13a/b Environment and its Balance 3/2 5
14 14a/b Environment and its Balance 3/2 5
Total 75

157
Science
Class – Eight

Third Term (Th 75, Pr 25) Time: 2hrs 15min


S.N Q.N. Topic Mark Total Marks
1 1a/b Measurement / Velocity and Acceleration 2/3 5
2 2a/b Simple Machine / Pressure 3/2 5
3 3a/b Work, Energy and Power 2/3 5
4 4a/b Heat 2/3 5
5 5a/b Light 2/3 5
6 6a/b Matter / Mixture 2/3 5
7 7a/b Metal and Non Metal 2/3 5
8 8a/b Acid, Base, Salt 2/3 5
9 9a/b Living Beings 2/3 5
10 10a/b Cell and Tissue 2/3 5
11 11a/b Life Process 2/3 5
12 12a/b Structure of the Earth 2/3 5
13 13a/b Environment and its Balance 2/3 5
14 14a/b Environmental Degradation and its Conservation 2/3 5
15 15a/b Environment and Sustainable Development 2/3 5
Total 75

Final Examination will be according to the Sp. Grid of CDC

158
Science
Class - Nine

First Term (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr 15min


Area Topics K U A HA
Physics Measurement
3×1 2×2 1×3 1×4
Force
Chemistry Classification of
elements
3×1 2×2 1×3
Chemical reaction
Metals
Biology Classification of
Plants And Animals 2×1 1×2 1×3 1×4
Mosquito
Geo + Astronomy Natural Hazards 1×1 1×2
Total questions 9 6 3 2
Total marks 9 12 9 8

159
Science
Class - Nine

Second Term (Th 75, Pr 25) Time: 2hr 15min


Area Topics K U A HA
Physics Measurement
Force
Simple machine 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Work, Energy and
Power
Chemistry Classification of
elements
Chemical reaction
4×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Metals
Solubility
Some Gases
Biology Classification of
Plants And Animals
5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Mosquito
Adaptation
Geo + Astronomy Natural Hazards
1×1 1×1 - 1×4
Green house
Total questions 15 13 6 4
Total marks 15 26 18 16
Note: Question for Second term should carry 40% marks from first term lessons and 60% from second term lessons.

160
Science
Class - Nine

Third Term (Th 75, Pr 25) Time: 2hr 15min


Area Topics K U A HA
Physics Measurement
Force
Simple machine
Work, Energy and 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Power
Light
Sound
Chemistry Classification of
elements
Chemical reaction
Metals
Solubility 4×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Some Gases
Carbon ant its
compound
Water
Biology Classification of
Plants And Animals
Mosquito
Sense organs 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Adaptation
System
Evolution
Geo + Astronomy Natural Hazards
1×1 1×1 - 1×4
Green house
Total questions 15 13 6 4
Total marks 15 26 18 16
Note: Question for Third term should carry 25% marks from first term lessons, 25% from second term lessons and 50% from third term lessons.

161
Science
Class - Nine

Annual Term (Th 75, Pr 25) Time: 2hr 15min


Area Topics K U A HA
Physics Measurement
Force
Simple machine
Work, Energy and
Power 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Light
Sound
Electricity and
Magnetism
Chemistry Classification of
elements
Chemical reaction
Metals
Solubility
4×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Some Gases
Carbon ant its
compound
Water
Fertilizers
Biology Classification of
Plants And Animals
Mosquito
Sense organs
Adaptation 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
System
Evolution
Nature and
Environment
Geo + Astronomy Natural Hazards
Green house
1×1 1×1 - 1×4
The earth in the
universe
Total questions 15 13 6 4
Total marks 15 26 18 16
162
Science
Class - Ten
First Term (Th 37.5, Pr 12.5) Time: 1hr 15min
Area Topics K U A HA
Physics Force
Energy 3×1 2×1 1×3 1×4
Pressure
Chemistry Classification of elements
Chemical reaction 3×1 3×2 1×3
Acid, Base and Salt
Biology Invertebrates 2×1 - - 1×4
Geo + Astronomy History of the Earth 1×1 1×2 1×3
Total questions 9 6 3 2
Total marks 9 12 9 8

Second Term (Th 75, Pr 25) Time: 2hr 15min


Area Topics K U A HA
Physics Force
Energy
Pressure 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Heat
Light
Chemistry Classification of elements
Chemical reaction
Acid, Base and Salt
4×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Some gases
Metals, Carbon and its
Compounds
Biology Invertebrates
Human Nervous and
Glandular System 5×1 4×2 2×3 1×4
Blood Circulatory System in
Human Body
Geo + Astronomy History of the Earth
Atmosphere and Climate 1×1 1×2 - 1×4
Change
Total questions 15 13 6 4
Total marks 15 26 18 16

Note: Third Term/Pretest questions will be set according to SEE Grid.


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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Mathematics
Class: One
First Term Second Term Third Term Final
S.N. Topics Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM 1m 2m TQ TM
1. Point and Line 1-6 3 2 5 7 2 1 3 4
2. Geometrical Shape 7-20 3 2 5 7 2 2 4 6
3. Concept of Numbers 21-30 3 2 5 7 1 1 2 5
4. Place Value 31-39 2 1 3 4 1 1 2 3
5. Comparison 40-51 2 - 2 2 2 - 2 2
6. Ascending and Descending 52-55 1 1 2 - 1 1 2
order
7. Odd and Even Number 56-59 4 - 4 4 1 1 2 3
8. Addition 60-69 2 3 5 8 70-76 3 4 7 11 77-81 2 3 5 8 3 4 7 11
9. Subtraction 86-91 2 2 4 6 92-96 3 4 7 11 97-103 2 3 5 8 3 4 7 11
10. Multiplication 104-115 2 3 5 8 3 3 6 9
11. Division 2 1 3 4
12. Time 134-138 2 2 4 6 139-141 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
13. Calendar 142-150 3 1 4 5 151-153 2 2 4 5 2 1 3 4
14. Money 154-161 4 1 5 6 1 2 3 5
15. Length 168-171 3 1 4 5 2 1 3 4
16. Capacity 172-175 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
17. Weight 2 1 3 4
18. Fraction 181-187 3 2 5 7 188-191 2 2 4 6 3 2 5 7
19. Pictograph 192-196 1 1 2 2 1 3 4
20. Sets 197-200 1 1 2 3 201-204 2 - 2 2 2 - 2 2
21. Devangari Numbers 2 1 3 4
Total 20 15 35 50 20 15 35 50 20 15 35 50 40 30 70 100

The short questions will be ask under the following format (for 1st, 2nd and 3rd term exam)
1. Matching - 5×1=5 2. Fill in the blanks - 5×1=5
3. Alternative answer questions - 5×1=5 4. True / False question - 5×1=5
(For Annual Exam)
1. Matching - 10×1=10 2. Fill in the blanks - 10×1=10
3. Alternative answer questions - 10×1=10 4. True / False question - 10×1=10
164
Class: Two
First Term Second Term Third Term Annual
S.N. Topics
Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM
1. Straight Line 1-7 1 1 3 3 2 1 3 4
2. Geometric Plane Figure 8-13 1 1 2 14-17 1 1 2 3 2 2 4 6
3. Concept of Number 18-21 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
4. Place Value 22-27 2 1 3 4 2 - 2 2
5. Comparision 28-31 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 3
6. Ascending order and 32-36 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 3
Descending order
7. Odd & Even Numbers 42-44 1 1 2 3 37-41 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 4
8. Addition 45-49 1 1 2 3 50-54 2 2 4 6 55-59 2 2 4 6 60-62 2 3 5 8
9. Subtraction 63-69 1 1 2 3 70-72 2 2 4 6 73-77 2 2 4 6 2 2 4 6
10. Multiplication 78-80 1 1 3 3 81-84 2 1 3 4 85-90 2 2 4 6 91-99 2 2 4 6
11. Division 100-105 2 1 3 4 106-108 2 1 3 4 109-111 2 2 4 6
12. Time 112-114 1 1 3 3 115-116 - 1 1 2 117-118 2 1 3 4 119-121 2 2 4 6
13. Calendar 122-124 - 1 1 2 125-131 2 - 2 2 132-134 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
14. Money 135-142 2 1 3 4 143-150 2 2 4 6 161-163 2 1 3 4 164-165 2 2 4 6
15. Measurements 151-156 2 1 3 4 157-160 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
16. Capacity 166-170 2 1 3 4 171-172 1 2 3 5 2 2 4 6
17. Weight 173-176 2 1 3 4 177-179 2 1 3 4 2 2 4 6
18. Fraction 180-184 2 1 3 4 185-188 2 - 2 2 189-190 2 1 3 4 191- 2 2 4 6
193
19. Bar Graph 194- 2 - 2 2
200
20. Set 201-208 1 2 3 5 2 1 3 4
21. Devnagari Number 209-214 2 1 3 4
Total 20 15 35 50 20 15 35 50 20 15 35 50 40 30 70 100

The short questions will be ask under the following format (for 1st, 2nd and 3rd term exam)
1. Matching - 5×1=5 2. Fill in the blanks - 5×1=5
3. Alternative answer questions - 5×1=5 4. True / False question - 5×1=5
(For Annual Exam)
1. Matching - 10×1=10 2. Fill in the blanks - 10×1=10
3. Alternative answer questions - 10×1=10 4. True / False question - 10×1=10

165
Class: Three
S.N. Topics First Term Second Term Third Term Annual
Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m TQ TM
1.1 Point and Line 1.1 a, b 2 1 3 4 1 1 2 3
Segment
1.2 Angle 1.2 a, b 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 4
2.1 Geometrical Plane 2.1 - 2 2 4 2.2, 2.3 2 1 3 4
figure
3.1 Number System 3.1 a, b 2 1 3 4 3.1 c, d 2 2 4 6 1 - 1 1
3.2 Order 3.2 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
3.3 Approximation 3.3 2 1 3 4 1 - 1 1
3.4 Odd and Even 3.4 1 1 2 3
Number
3.5 Roman Number 3.5 2 - 2 2 2 - 2 2
4.1 Addition of Four – 4.1 a,b 2 1 3 4 4.1 c, d 1 2 4 5 1 2 3 4
Digit Numbers
4.2 Subtraction 4.2 a, b, 3 2 6 7 1 2 3 5
c, d
4.3 Simplification 4.3 a, b 2 1 3 4 - 1 1 2
5.1 Multiplication 5.1 a, b, c 3 1 4 5 5.1 d, e 2 1 3 4 5.1 f 1 2 3 5
5.2 Division 5.2 a, b 1 1 2 3 5.2 c, 1 1 2 3
d,e,f,g
6.1 Devanagari Number 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 2 1 3 4 6.4 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
7.1 Time 7.1 a, b, c 1 1 2 3 7.1 d, e, f 3 1 4 5 7.1 g, h 2 1 3 4
7.2 Calendar 7.2 a, b, c 3 1 4 5 2 - 2 2
7.3 Money 7.3 a, b, c 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 4
8.1 Measurement of Length 8.1 a,b, c 2 2 4 6 8.1 d 1 2 3 5 8.1 e 1 1 2 3
8.2 Perimeter 8.2 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 4
8.3 Area and Volume 8.3 a, b - 2 1 4 2 1 3 4
8.4 Capacity 8.4 a, b 2 1 3 4 8.4 c, d 2 1 3 4 1 2 3 5
8.5 Standard Weight 8.5 a 2 - 2 2 8.5 b, c 2 1 3 4
and Their Use
9.1 Fraction 9.1 a 1 1 2 3 9.1 b, c 2 1 3 4 1 2 3 5
9.2 Decimal 9.2 a, b 2 - 2 2 2 1 3 4
9.3 Unitary Method 9.3 a 1 1 2 3 9.3 b - 1 1 2 - 1 1 2
10.1 Bill and Budget 10.1 - 1 1 2 - 1 1 2
11.1 Pictograph 11.1 - 1 1 2 - 1 1 2
11.2 Map and Distance 11.2 - 1 - 2 1 - 1 1
11.3 Thermometer 11.3 - 1 - 2 - 1 1 2
12.1 Set 12.1 1 2 3 5 12.2 2 1 3 4 2 - 2 2
13.1 Algebra 13.1 1 1 - 3 13.2 2 1 3 4
Total 20 15 35 50 20 15 35 50 20 15 35 50 40 30 70 100
The short questions will be ask under the following format (for 1st, 2nd and 3rd term exam)
1. Matching - 5×1=5 2. Fill in the blanks - 5×1=5
3. Alternative answer questions - 5×1=5 4. True / False question - 5×1=5
(For Annual Exam)
1. Matching - 10×1=10 2. Fill in the blanks - 10×1=10
3. Alternative answer questions - 10×1=10 4. True / False question - 10×1=10

166
Class: Four
First Term Second Term Third Term Annual Term
S.N. Topics
Ex. 1m 2m 4m TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TM 1m 2m 4m TM
1. Geometric Solid 1.1 1 1 1 1
2. Angle 2.1, 2.2 1 1 3 2.3, 2.4 1 1 3 2.5 1 1 3 2 1 4
3. Geometrical plain figure 3.1 1 2 3.2 1 1 3.3 1 1 3 1 1 3
4. Number System 4.1 1 1 1 7 4.2 1 1 3 1 2 5
5. Approximation 5 1 - - 1 2 2
6. Prime and Composite 6.1 1 1 3 6.2 1 2 1 1 3
7. HCF and LCM 1 2
8. Basic Fundamental Operation 8.4, 8.5,
8.1-8.3 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 7 8.7-8.9 1 1 1 7 1 2 2 13
8.6
9. Simplification 1 4
10. Time 10.3,
10.1, 10.2 1 1 1 7 1 4 1 1 3
10.4
11. Money 11.1 1 1 11.2 1 1 3 1 1 3
12. Measurement of Length 12.1 1 1 3 12.2 - 1 1 6 1 1 3
13. Area perimeter and volume 13.1, 13.2 1 1 3 13.3 1 2 5 13.4 1 1 3 1 1 1 7
14. Capacity 14.1 1 1 3 1 1 3
15. Weight 15.1 1 1 3 15.2 1 1 6 1 1 3
16. Fraction 16.1 1 1 3 16.2 1 1 3 16.3 1 1 3 2 2 6
17. Decimal 17.1, 17.2 1 1 3 17.3 1 1 3 17.4 1 1 3 2 1 4
18. Percentage 1 1 5
19. Unitary method 1 4
20. Temperature, Bill and
20.1 1 1 20.2 1 1 5 1 1 6
Graph
21. Sets 21.1 1 1 21.2 1 1 3 1 1 3
22. Order pairs 1 2
23. Algebraic Expression 23.5- 23.8,
23.1-23.4 2 1 1 8 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 7 3 2 1 11
23.7 23.9
Total 12 11 4 50 12 11 4 50 12 11 4 50 24 22 8 100

167
Class: Five
First Term Second Term Third Term Final Term
S.N. Topics
Ex. 1m 2m 4m TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TM 1m 2m 4m TM
1. Measure of Angle 1.1, 1.2 2 1 4 1.3, 1.4 2 1 4 2 1 4
2. Triangle & 1 2 1 9
2.1 1 1 5
quadrilateral
3. Concept of number 3.1 1 1 5 3.2 1 1 3 3.3 2 1 4 1 1 1 7
4. Multiple & Factors 4.1 1 2 4.2 1 1 3 4.3 1 1 3 1 2 5
5. Square and cube 1 1 3 1 1 5
5.1 5.2 1 1 3
numbers
6. Basic operation of 6.1 1 2 1 1 5
6.2 1 1 5
mathematics
7. Time and its 7.1 1 1 3 1 2
7.2 1 1 6
measurement
8. Money 8 1 1 3 1 2 5
9. Length 9 1 2 1 2 5
10. Area and Perimeter 10.1 1 1 3 10.2 1 1 1 7 1 1 5
11. Capacity 11 1 1 1 1 3
12. Volume 2 1 4
13. Weight 13 1 4 12 1 1 1 1 3
14. Fraction 14.1 1 1 3 14.2 1 1 3 14.3 1 2 5 1 4
15. Decimal 15.1 1 1 3 15.2 1 1 3 15.3 1 1 3 2 1 4
16. Rounding off ...... 2 2 6
17. Percentage 17.1 1 4 17.2 1 1 5 1 4
18. Unitary Method 18.1 1 1 5 18.2 1 1 - 3 1 2 5
19. Charts, Bill and Bar 19.1 1 1 3 1 2
19.2 1 2
Graph
20. Order pairs and 1 2
20 1 2
Co-ordinates
21. Sets 21.1 1 1 3 21.2 1 1 3 2 1 4
22. Algebraic 1 1 5 1 1 3 1 1 1 7
22.1 22.2 22.3 2 1 4
Expression
23. Equation 23.1 1 1 1 7 1 1 5
Total 12 11 4 50 12 11 4 50 12 11 4 50 24 22 8 100

168
Class – Six
First Term Second Term Third Term Final Term
S.N. Topics Ex. 1m 2m 4m T TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TQ T Ex. 1m 2m 4m TQ TM 1m 2m 4m TQ TM
Q M
1. Line, line Segments 1.1, 1.3
1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 3
1.2
2. Angle 2.1,
1 1 2 6 1 1 2 6
2.2
3. Triangle, Quadrilateral 3.1 3.1, 3.2 3.3
1 1 4 1 1 1 3 7 1 - 1 1 2 2 4
Polygons
4. Solid Shapes 4 1 1 1 1 1 1
5. Co-ordinates 5.1, 5.2 1 - 2 3 1 1 2 5
6. Perimeter Area and Volume 6.1 1 1 2 6.2 1 1 1 6.3, 6.4 1 1 2 6 1 2 3 10
7. Transformation 7 1 1 4 1 1 4
8. Symmetry and Tessellation 8.1 1 1 1 8.2 1 1 1 1 1 1
9. Set 9.1, 9.3, 9.4
1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 5
9.2
10. Whole number 10.1, 10.4-10.8 10.9,
10.2, 1 1 2 6 1 1 2 4 11 10.10 1 1 2 5 1 1 4
10.3
11. Integers 11 1 1 2 1 1 2
12. Rational Number 12 1 1 2 1 1 2
13. Fraction and decimal 13.1, 13.3, 13.6,
13.2 1 1 2 6 13.4, 1 1 2 6 13.7 2 2 4 2 2 4
13.5
14. Percentage, Ratio, 14.1 14.2 14.3
1 1 2 6 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 7
proportion
15. Profit and loss 15 1 1 4 1 1 2 5
16. Unitary method 16.1,
1 1 2 6 1 1 4
16.2
17. Simple interest 1 1 4
18. Statistics 18.1 1 1 4 18.2 1 1 2 6 2 1 3 8
19. Algebraic expressions 19.1, 19.3, 19.5
1 1 1 3 7 1 1 1 3 7 1 1 2 6 1 2 2 5 13
19.2 19.4
20. Equation, Inequality and 20.1, 20.3, 20.5
1 1 2 1 1 2 6 1 1 2 5 2 1 3 8
Graphs 20.2 20.4
Total 4 9 7 50 4 9 7 50 4 9 7 50 8 18 14 100

169
Class – Seven
First Term Second Term Third Term Final Term
S.N. Topics
Ex. 1m 2m 4m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TQ TM Ex. 1m 2m 4m TQ TM 1m 2m 4m TQ TM
1. Line, Angle 1.1-1.4 1 2 3 5 1 1 2 5
Triangles, Quadrilateral, 2.1 2.2 2.3, 2.4
2. 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 1 3 7 1 1 2 6
Polygons and Circle
3. Congruency and Similarity 3 1 1 2 1 1 2
4. Circle 4 1 1
1 1 1
5. Solid Shapes 5 1 1 1
6. Co-ordinate 6 1 1 4 1 2 2
7. Area and Volumes 7.1 1 1 2 6 2 1 3 8
8. Transformation 8.1 1 1 4 8.2 1 1 2 8.3 1 1 4 1 1 2 6
9. Symmetry and Tessellation 9.1, 9.2 1 1 1 1 1 1
10. Bearing and Scale Drawing 10.1 1 1 1 10.2 1 1 2 1 1 1
11. Set 11.1 1 1 2 11.2 1 1 2 11.3 1 1 2 3 2 2 4
12.1, 12.3,
12. Whole Numbers 1 1 4 1 1 2 6 12.5 1 1 4 1 1 1 3 7
12.2 12.4
13.1, 13.3-
13. Integer 1 1 2 1 1 2 13.5 1 1 2 1 1 2 6
13.2 13.4
14. Rational Number 14 1 1 1 1 1 1
15. Irrational Number 15 1 1 1 1 2 2
16.1, 16.3,
16. Fractions and Decimals 1 1 2 1 1 2 16.5 1 1 2 1 1 2 6
16.2 16.4
Ratio, Proportion and 17.1 17.2 17.3
17. 1 1 4 1 1 2 6 1 1 2 5 1 1 2 6
Percentage
18. Profit and loss 1 1 2 6
19. Unitary Method 19.1 1 1 2 1 1 4
20. Simple Interest 20 1 1 2 3 1 1 4
21. Statistics 21.1 1 1 4 21.2 1 1 4 21.3 1 1 2 1 1 4
22.1, 22.4,
22. Algebraic 2 1 3 8 22.3 2 2 8 2 1 3 8 1 2 1 4 9
22.2 22.5
23. Expressions 23 1 1 2 3 1 1 2
24.1, 24.3- 24.5,
24. Equation and Inequality 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 1 3 7
24.2 24.4 24.6
Total 4 9 7 50 4 9 7 50 4 9 7 50 8 18 14 100

170
Class – Eight
First Term Second Term Third Term
Area Topic
Ex 1m 2m 4m TQ TM Ex 1m 2m 4m TQ TM Ex 1m 2m 4m TQ TM
Angles 1 1 1
Parallel Lines 2 2 2
1 1 2 4 11
Triangle 3 3 3
Construction of Regular Polygon 4 4 4
Verification of the properties of
5 5
Quadrilateral 3 5 2 10 21 2 6 2 10 22
Geometry Construction of Rectangle 6 6
Congruency 7 7
Similarity 8
Condition Of Similarity 9
Circumference of Circle 10
Area of Circle
Some Solids
Pythagoras Theorem 1 1 1 1 1 1
Co-Ordinate 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 3
Distance Formula 2 2 2
Area of Plane Figures 1 1 1 2 6 1 1 1 1 3 7 1 1 1 2 6
Mensuration
Volume of cube and Cuboids
Reflection 1 1 1 4 1 1
1 1 4
Rotation 2 2 1 1 4
Transformation Translation 3
Bearing 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1
Scale Drawing
Revision 1 1 1
Difference and Complement of 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 7
2 2 2
Sets Set 1 1 1 3 7
Use of Venn-Diagram 3

171
Class – Eight

First Term Second Term Third Term


Area Topic
Ex 1m 2m 4m TQ TM Ex 1m 2m 4m TQ TM Ex 1m 2m 4m TQ TM
1A, 1A, 1A,
Whole Number 1 1 1 3 7 1 1 1 3 7 1 1 1 3 7
1B 1B 1B
Integer 2 2
Rational Number
Real Number
Arithmetic
Ratio, Proportion & 5A, 5A, 5B,
5A 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2
Percentage 5B 5C
Profit & Loss 6 1 1 4 6 1 1 4
Unitary Method 7 1 1 4 7 1 1 4
Simple Interest 8 1 1 4 8 1 1 4
Arithmetic Mean 1 1 1 4 1 1
1 1 1 3 7 1 1 1 3 7
Median 2 2
Statistics Mode & Range
Pie Charts
Line Graphs
1A,
1A, 1B, 1A, 1B,
1B,
Factorization 2 3 8 1C, 1D, 1C, 1D,
1C,
1E 1 1 3 5 15 1E
1D
1 1 3 5 15
Highest Common
2 2
Factors
Lowest Common
3
Multiples
Simplification of
Algebra Rational Expressions
Laws of Indices 5 2 2 4 5 1 2 3 5 5 1 2 3 5
Equation, Inequalities
6A 1 1 4 6A, 6B 6A, 6B
and Graph 1 2 1 3 7
Inequalities 7 7
Solution of Two 1 2 1 4 9
Unknown
8
Simultaneous
Equations
Quadratic Equation
Total 4 9 7 20 50 10 17 14 40 100 8 18 14 40 100

Grid for Final Term will be same as the grid for the DLE module.

172
Class: Nine

First Term
S.N Topics VSQ SQ LQ VLQ TM
1 Set : - - 1 - 4
2 Arithmetic: Home Arithmetic 1 2 - 1 10
3 Menstruation: 1 1 1 - 7
4 Algebra: 1 1 1 - 7
5 Geometry: 1 1 1 1 12
6 Trigonometrical Ratios - 1 - - 2
7 Statistics: - 1 1 - 6
8 Probability - 1 - - 2
Total 4 8 5 2 50

Second Term / Third Term / Final Exam


S.N Topics VSQ SQ LQ VLQ TM
1 Set : - - 1 - 4
2 Arithmetic: Home Arithmetic 1 2 1 1 14
3 Menstruation: 1 3 1 1 16
4 Algebra: 1 5 2 1 24
5 Geometry: 2 3 3 1 25
6 Trigonometrical Ratios - 1 1 - 6
7 Statistics: 1 1 1 - 7
8 Probability - 2 - - 4
Total Marks 6 34 40 20 100

173
SPECIFICATION GRID 2074
CLASS: TEN

First Term
S.N Topics VSQ SQ LQ VLQ TM
1 Set : - - 1 - 4
2 Arithmetic: Home Arithmetic 1 1 1 - 7
3 Menstruation: 1 2 - - 5
4 Algebra: 1 1 1 1 12
5 Geometry: 1 1 1 1 12
6 Trigonometrical Ratios - 1 - - 2
7 Statistics: - 1 1 - 6
8 Probability - 1 - - 2
Total 4 16 20 10 50

Second Term / Third Term


S.N Topics VSQ SQ LQ VLQ TM
1 Set : - - 1 - 4
2 Arithmetic: Home Arithmetic 1 2 1 1 14
3 Menstruation: 1 3 1 1 16
4 Algebra: 1 5 2 1 24
5 Geometry: 2 3 3 1 25
6 Trigonometrical Ratios - 1 1 - 6
7 Statistics: 1 1 1 - 7
8 Probability - 2 - - 4
Total Marks 6 34 40 20 100

Grid for Final Term will be same as the grid for the SEE module.

174
SPECIFICATION GRID 2074
Optional Mathematics
Class: Nine
First Term Second Term
S.N. Topics
1M 2M 4M 5M TQ TM 1M 2M 4M 5M
TQ TM
1T/2T 1T/2T 1T/2T 1T/2T
1. Algebra 1 2 3 10 1/1 1/2 1/1 0/1 8 21
2. Limit and Continuity
3. Matrix 1 2 3 5 1/1 2/1 0/1 5 10
4. Coordinate Geometry - 2 - 1 3 9 1/1 1/1 1/- -/1 6 15
5. Trigonometry 1 1 2 - 4 11 1/1 2/1 2/1 - 9 24
6. Vector 1 - 1 - 2 5 1/- 1/1 - -/1 4 10
7. Transformation 1 - - 1 2 6 1/- - 1/- -/1 3 10
8. Statistics - - 1 - 1 4 - -/1 1/1 - 3 10
Total 4 8 24 10 18 50 13 14 40 20 38 100

Third Term Annual Term


S.N. Topics
1M 2M 4M 5M 1M 2M 4M 5M
TQ TM TQ TM
1T/2T 1T/2T 1T/2T 1T/2T
1. Algebra 2/- 2/1 1/1 1/- 8 21 2 3 2 1 8 21
2. Limit and Continuity - - - - - - 1 - 1 - 2 5
3. Matrix 2/- 2/- 1 - 5 10 1 2 1 - 4 9
4. Coordinate Geometry 1/1 2/- -/1 1/- 6 15 2 2 1 1 6 15
5. Trigonometry 1/1 2/1 2/2 - 9 24 2 3 3 - 8 20
6. Vector 1 2 - 1 4 10 1 2 - 1 4 10
7. Transformation 1/- - 1/- -/1 3 10 1 - 1 1 3 10
8. Statistics - 1 2 - 3 10 - 1 2 - 3 10
Total 10 26 44 20 38 100 10 26 44 20 38 100

175
Optional Mathematics
Class: Ten
First Term Second Term Third Term Final Term
S.N. Topics
2 marks 4 marks 2 marks 4 marks 2 marks 4 marks 2 marks 4 marks
1. Algebra 1 2 3 4 3 4 3 4
2. Matrix 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1
3. Coordinate Geometry 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3
4. Trigonometry 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4
5. Vector 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1
6. Transformation 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2
7. Statistics - 1 - 2 - 2 - 2
Total Marks 14 36 32 68 32 68 32 68
Note: Third Term/Pretest questions will be set according to SLC Grid.
In Second Term, 40% questions should be asked from first term.

176
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class – Six

Subject: Health and Physical Education


First Term: Time 30 min. Second Term: Time 30 min.
F.M.-15 P.M.- 6 F.M.-15 P.M.- 6
Unit Name of the Lesson S.Q. Practical Unit Name of the Lesson S.Q. Practical
1 The Human Body 3 3 Nutrition 2
2 Health and Hygiene 3 Any Five 2.5 4 Diseases 2 Any Five 2.5
6 Alcohol, Drugs and Smoking 2
10 Physical Education (Phy. 1 Attempt 7.5 12 Drill (Phy. Edu.) 2
Edu.) all Attempt all 7.5
11 Exercises 1
Health 5×2=10 10 Health 5×2=10 10
Phy. 2×2.5=5 Phy. 2×2.5=5

Third Term: Time 30 min.


F.M.-15 P.M.- 6
Unit Name of the Lesson S.Q. Practical
7 Environmental Health 2
8 Safety and First Aid 2
Any Five 2.5
9 Family and Community 2
Health
13 Physical Training (PT) (Phy. 1 or 1
Edu.) Any two 7.5
14 Yoga (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
15 Major games (Phy. Edu.) 1
Health 5×2=10 10
Phy. 2×2.5=5

177
Class – Six Subject: Health and Physical Education

Annual Exam : Time 1:00hr. F.M.-30 P.M.- 12


Unit Name of the Lesson S.Q. Practical
1 The Human Body 1
2 Health and Hygiene 1
3 Food and Nutrition 1
4 Diseases 2

Any Ten
5 Adolescence, Sex and Reproduction ….. 2 5
6 Alcohol, Drug and Smoking 1
7 Environmental Health 1
8 Safety and First Aid 1
9 Family and Community Health 2
10 Physical Education (Phy. Edu.) -
11 Exercise -
12 Drill (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
13 Physical Training (PT) (Phy. Edu.) -
Attempt all 15
14 Yoga (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
15 Major Games (Phy. Edu.) 1
16 Athletics (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
17 Minor and Funny Games 1 or 1
Health 10×2=20 20
Phy 5×2=10

178
Class - Seven Subject: Health and Physical Education

First Term: Time 30min. Second Term: Time 30min.


F.M.-15 P.M.- 6 F.M.-15 P.M.- 6
Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practical Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practica
l
1 The Human Body 4 3 Food & Nutrition 3

Any 5
2.5

Any 5
2 Personal Hygiene 2 2.5
10 Physical Exercises (Phy. Edu.) 1 Attempt 9 Family and Community Health 3
All
16 Gymnastic 1 7.5 11 Drill with Drum (Phy. Edu.) 1 Any two 7.5
12 Physical Training (Phy. Edu.) 1
Health 5×2=10 10 13 Yoga (Phy. Edu.) 1
Phy. 2.5×2=5 Health 5×2=10 10
Phy. 2.5×2=5

Third Term: Time 30min.

F.M.-15 P.M.- 6

Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practical

4 Diseases 2
Any 5 2.5
7 Environmental Health 2

8 First Aid 2

14 major Games (Phy. Edu.) 2 Attempt all 7.5

Health 5×2=10 10

Phy. 2.5×2=5

179
Class - Seven (2075)
Subject: Health and Physical Education

Annual Examination Time - 1:00 hr.


F.M.-30 P.M.- 12
Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practical
1 The Human Body 1
2 Personal Hygiene 1
3 Food & Nutrition 1
4 Diseases 1
5 Adolescence, Sex and Reproductive Health 2 Any 10 5
6 Alcohol, Drug and Smoking 3
7 Environmental Health 1
8 First Aid 1
9 Family and Community Health 1
10 Physical Exercises (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
11 Drill (Phy. Edu.) -
12 Physical Training (Phy. Edu.) -
13 Yoga (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
Attempt All 15
14 Major Games (Phy. Edu.) 1
15 Athletics (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
16 Gymnastic -
17 Minor and Fun Games 1 or 1
(Any 10) 20
Health 10×2=20
Phy. 5×2=10

180
Class - Eight (2075)

Subject: Health and Physical Education

First Term: Time 30 min. Second Term: Time 1:00 hour

F.M.-15 P.M.- 6 F.M.-30 P.M.- 12

Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practical Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practical

1 The Human Body 4 1 The Human Body 1


2.5

Any 5
2 Personal Health 2 2 Personal Health 1

10 Physical Exercise (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1 7.5 3 Nutrition 4

Any 10
5
11 Drill (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1 Attempt 6 Drug addiction, Smoking and 3
All Alcoholism

9 Family & Community Health 3

10 Physical Exercise (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1 15

11 Drill (Phy. Edu.) 2 or 2

Health 5×2=10 10 13 Yoga (Phy. Edu.) 2 or 2

Phy. 2.5×2=5 Health 10×2=20 20

Phy. 5×2=10

181
Class - Eight (2075)

Third Term: Time 1:00 hour. F.M.-30 P.M.- 12


Unit Name of the Lesson S. Q. Practical
1 The Human Body 1
2 Personal Health 1
3 Nutrition 1
4 Disease 3
Any 10 5
6 Drug addiction, Smoking and 1
Alcoholism
8 Safety And First Aid 4
9 Family & Community Health 1 Remaining chapters in
10 Physical Exercise (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
final term or in BEE
11 Drill (Phy. Edu.) 1 or 1
15 Exams - 2075
13 Yoga (Phy. Edu.) 1

14 Major Games (Phy. Edu.) 2


Health 10×2=20 20
Phy. 5×2=10

182
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class - Nine
Subject: Health, Population and Environment
,

First Term Examination – 2075 Time - 1:10 hrs.

F.M.-37.5 P.M.- 15
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ
LQ
1 Concept of Health, population & Environment 3 3
Education
1

2 Demography and Population Change 4 3 OR 3 1

Total 6X1+0.5=6.5 6X4=24 (Any 1) 7X1=7

Remarks: One question from Unit Two carries 0.5 marks in VSQ. Practical - 12.5 Marks

183
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class - Nine
Subject: Health, Population and Environment

Second Term Examination – 2075 Time - 2:15 hrs.

F.M.-75 P.M.- 30
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ LQ

1 Concept of Health, population & Environment Education 2 1

2 Demography and Population Change 2 2 or 2 1

3 Population, Env., and Development 3 2 1

4 Demographic Situation of Nepal ...... 2 2 1

5 Family Life Education 2 2 1

Total 11×1=11 (any 9) 4×7=28


9×4=36

Practical - 25 Marks

184
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class – Nine Subject: Health, Population and Environment

Third Term Examination – 2075 Time - 2:15 hrs.

F.M.-75 P.M.- 30
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ
LQ

1 Concept of Health, population & Environment Education 1 1

2 Demography and Population Change 1 1 or 1 1

3 Population, Env., and Development 1 1

4 Demographic Situation of Nepal ...... 1 1

5 Family Life Education 1 1

6 Natural Resources and Bio-diversity 3 1 or 1 1

7 Environmental Health 2 1 1

8. Adoles... Sexual and Reprod. .. Health Edu.... 1 2 1

Total 11×1=11 9×4=36 4×7=28

Practical - 25 Marks

185
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class - Nine
Subject: Health, Population and Environment
Annual Examination 074 Time - 2:15 hrs.

F.M.-75 P.M.- 30
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ
LQ

1 Concept of Health, population & Env. Education 1 - 1

2 Demography and Population Change 1 1 or 1

3 Population, Env., and Development 1 1

4 Demographic Situation of Nepal ...... 1 1


1
5 Family Life Education 1 1

6 Natural Resources and Bio-diversity 1 1 or 1 1

7 Environmental Health 1 1

8 Adoles... Sexual and Reprod. .. Health Edu.... 1 1

9 Consumer's Health 1 1 or 1 1

10 Primary Health Care........ 2 1

Total 11×1=11 9×4=36 7×4=28

Practical - 25 Marks

186
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class – TEN
Subject: Health, Population and Environment
,

First Term Examination – 2075 Time - 1:10 hrs.

F.M.-37.5 P.M.- 15
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ
LQ
1 Concept of Health, Pop. And Env. Education 2 2

2 Demography, Pop. Change and Management 2+1* 2 or 2 1

3 Population, Environment and development 2 2 -

Total 6×1+0.5=6.5 6×4=24 1×7=7

Remarks: One VSQ question from Unit Two carries 0.5 marks in VSQ.
Practical - 12.5 Marks

187
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075 Class – TEN Subject: Health, Population and Environment

Second Term Examination – 2075 Time - 2:15 hrs.

F.M.-75 P.M.- 30
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ LQ

1 Concept of Health, Pop. And Env. Education 1 1 1

2 Demography, Pop. Change and Management 2 1 or 1

3 Population, Environment and development 2 1

4 Demographic Situation of Nepal ...... 2 2


1
5 Family Life Education and quality life 2 2

6 National Resources and Biodiversity 2 2 or 2 2

Total 11×1=11 9×4=36 4×7=28

Practical - 25 Marks

188
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075

Class – TEN
Subject: Health, Population and Environment

Third Term Examination – 2075 Time - 2:15 hrs.

F.M.-75 P.M.- 30
Unit Name of the Lesson VSQ SQ LQ

1 Concept of Health, Pop. And Env. Education 1 1 1

2 Demography, Pop. Change and Management 1 1 or 1

3 Population, Environment and development 1 1

4 Demographic Situation of Nepal ...... 1 1


1
5 Family Life Education and quality life 1 1

6 National Resources and Biodiversity 1 1 or 1


1
7 Environmental Health and Disease 1 1

8 Adolescence, Sexual and Reproductive ...... 2 1


1
9 Consumer Health and Community 2 1 or 1

Total 11×1=11 9×4=36 4×7=28

Practical - 25 Marks

189
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075

Class - Nine

Subject: Optional Population Education


First Term Examination – 2075 Time - 1:30 hrs.

F.M.-50 P.M.- 20
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ
LQ
1 Population Education 4 1

3 Population Distribution 4 -

Total 8×5=40 1×10=10

Second Term Examination – 2075 Time – 3:00 hrs.

F.M.-100 P.M.- 40
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ
LQ
1 Population Education 3 -

2 Population Change and its Effects 5 1

3 Population Distribution 3 -

4 Population Policy and Program 5 1

Total 16×5=80 2×10=20

190
Third Term Examination – 2075 Time – 3:00 hrs.
F.M.-100 P.M.- 40
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ
1 Population Education 2 -
2 Population Change and its Effects 2 -
3 Population Distribution 2 -
4 Population Policy and Program 2 -
5 Adolescence 4 1
7 Population Management 4 1
Total 16×5=80 2×10=20

Class - Nine (2075)


Subject: Optional Population Education
Annual Examination – 2075 Time – 3:00 hrs.
F.M.-100 P.M.- 40
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ
1 Population Education 1 -
2 Population Change and its Effects 2 -
3 Population Distribution 2 -
4 Population Policy and Program 2 -
5 Adolescence 3 1
6 Sexual and Reproductive Health 4 1
7 Population Management 2 -
Total 16×5=80 2×10=20
(Any two)

191
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Class - Ten
Subject: Optional Population Education

First Term Examination – 2075 Time - 1:30 hrs.


F.M.-50 P.M.- 20
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ
1 Family Life Education 4 1
2 Marriage 4 -
Total 8×5=40 1×10=10

Second Term Examination – 2075 Time – 3:00 hrs.


F.M.-100 P.M.- 40
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ
1 Family Life Education 3 -
2 Marriage 3 -
3 Migration 5 1
5 Family Planning 5 1
Total 16×5=80 2×10=20

Second Term Examination – 2075 Time – 3:00 hrs.


F.M.-100 P.M.- 40
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ
1 Family Life Education 2
2 Marriage 2
3 Migration 2
4 Gender Perspectives 4 1
5 Family Planning 4
7 Population Values, Belief and Attitudes 2 1
Total 16×5=80 2×10=20
Note: Pre Send up Test will be according to SEE Grid 2075.

192
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology
Class: Six Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

First Term Exam


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks
1 Professional Career Education (All Chapters) 3 5 15 2 10
2 Employment Training and Education (All Chapters) 2 5 10 3 15
Total 5 25 5 25

Class: Six Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

Second Term Exam


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks
4 Professional Orientation 2 5 10 3 15
6 Trade and Marketing Management 3 5 15 2 10
Total 5 25 5 25

193
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology

Class: Six Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

Third Term Exam


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks
5 Business 1 5 5 2 10
7-14 Any Four Units From (Unit Seven To Fourteen.) * 8 (Any four) 5 20 5 25
Total 5 25 5 25
Note:* [Students are required to attempt any four questions from any four taught units.]

Subject: Occupation Business and Technology Class: Six (2075) Time: 1:30 mins FM: 50, PM: 20
Annual Term Exam
Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks
1 Professional Career Education (All Chapters) Occupational - - - - -
2 Employment Training and Education (All Chapters) Education - - - - -
3 Employment Information 1 5 5 1 5
4 Professional Orientation 1 5 5 1 5
5 Business Business - - - - -
6 Trade and Marketing Management Orientation 1 5 5 1 5
7-14 Any Four Units From Unit Seven To Fourteen. and Skill 8 (Any four) 5 20 4 20

15 Local Technology (All Chapters) Technological 1 5 5 1 5


16 Modern Technology (All Chapters) Education 2 5 10 2 10

Total 10 50 10 50

194
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology

Class: Seven (2075) Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

First Term Exam

Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks

1 Professional Education (All Chapters) 3 5 15 2 10

2 Educational Training and Employment (All Chapters) 2 5 10 3 15

Total 5 25 5 25

Class: Seven Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

Second Term Exam

Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks

3 Employment Information ....... 1 5 5 1 5

15 Local Technology (All Chapters) 2 5 10 2 10

16 Modern Technology (All Chapters) 2 5 10 2 10

Total 5 25 5 25

195
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology

Class: Seven Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

Third Term Exam

Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks

4 General Professional Skill 1 5 5 1 5

7-14 Any Four Units From Unit Seven To Fourteen. 8 (Any four)* 5 20 4 20

Total 5 25 5 25

Note: * [Students are required to attempt any four questions from any four taught units.]
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology Class: Seven (2075) Time: 1:30 mins FM: 50, PM: 20

Annual Term Exam


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks
1 Professional Education (All Chapters) Occupational - 5 - - -
2 Educational Training and Employment (All Education 1 5 5 1 5
Chapters)
3 Employment Information ....... - 5 - - -
4 General Professional Skill 1 5 5 1 5
5 Business (All Chapters) Business 1 5 5 - -
6 Trade and Marketing Management (All Chapters) Orientation 1 5 5 1 5
7-14 Any Four Units From Unit Seven to Fourteen. and Skill 8 (Any four) 5 20 4 20

15 Local Technology (All Chapters) Technological 1 5 5 1 5


16 Modern Technology (All Chapters) Education 1 5 5 2 10

Total 10 50 10 50

196
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology
Class: Eight (2075) Time: 45 mins FM: 25, PM: 10

First Term Exam


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks
1 Professional Education (All Chapters) 2 5 10 2 10
2 Education Training and Employment (All Chapters) 2 5 10 2 10
4 General Business Skill (All Chapters) 1 5 5 1 5
Total 5 5 25 5 25

Class: Eight Time: 1:30 mins FM: 50, PM: 20

Second Term Exam


No. of Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson Marks Total Marks
questions Activity Marks
1 Professional Education (All Chapters) 2 5 10 1 5
2 Education Training and Employment (All Chapters) 1 5 5 2 10
3 Information Related to Employment (All 2 5 10 2 10
Chapters)
4 General Business Skill (All Chapters) 1 5 5 1 5
5 Business (All Chapters) 2 5 10 2 10
6 Trade and Marketing Management (Chapter1 & 2) 2 5 10 2 10
Total 10 50 10 50

197
Subject: Occupation Business and Technology

Class: Eight Time: 1:30 mins FM: 50, PM: 20

Third Term Exam

Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson No. of questions Marks Total Marks
Activity Marks

1 Professional Education (All Chapters) 1 5 5 1 5

2 Education Training and Employment (All Chapters) 1 5 5 1 5

3 Information Related to Employment (All Chapters) 1 5 5 1 5

4 General Business Skill (All Chapters) 1 5 5 1 5

5 Business (All Chapters) - - - 1 5

6 Trade and Marketing Management (Chapter 3 & 4) 2 5 10 1 5

7-14 Any Four Units From Unit Seven To Fourteen 8 (Any four)* 5 20 4 20

Total 10 50 10 50

Note: *1 question from each unit from 7 – 14. [Students are required to attempt any four questions from any four taught units.]

Annual Exam: According to BEE-2075.

198
SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Subject: Moral Education

Class – Six
First Term: Time 25 min.
F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5
Group A Group B Group C Group D Practical
Unit Lesson Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities
1 1 A Good person 1
2 Character building 1
3 The result of good deeds
12.5
2 1 Human values 1
marks
2 Essential family values 1
3 Learning from a mistake
4 Animals and humans
Total 1×0.5=0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5

Second Term: Time 25 min.


F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5
Group A Group B Group C Group D Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities
3 Citizenship : Right and Duties (All chapters) 1 1 1 1 12.5
marks
Total 1×0.5= 0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5

199
Class – Six Moral Education

Third Term: Time 25 min.


F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5
Group A Group B Group C Group D Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities
5 Disciplines and Positive Thinking (All Lessons) 1 1 1 1 12.5
marks
Total 1×0.5= 0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5
(12.5 Marks Practical)

Annual Term: Time 45 min.


F.M.-25 P.M.- 10
Group A Group B Group C Group D Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities
1 Character Development (All chapters) 1 - - - 25
2 Human Values and Norms (All chapters) 1 1 1 - marks
3 Citizenship : Right and Duties (All chapters) 1 1 - -
4 Collective Life and Diversity (All chapters ) 2 1 - 1
5 Disciplines and Positive Thinking (All chapters ) 1 1 - -
Total 0.5×6=3 3×4=12 4×1=4 6×1=6 25

200
Class – Seven (Moral Education)

First Term: Time 25 min.

F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities

1 Behavioral Development (All chapters) 1 1 1 1 12.5

marks

Total 1×0.5=0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5

Second Term: Time 25 min.

F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities

2 Human Values and Norms (All chapters) 1 1 1 1 12.5

marks

Total 1×0.5=0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5

201
Third Term: Time 25 min.

F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities
3 Civic Duty and Responsibility (All Lessons) 1 - - 1 12.5

4 Public Life Style and Diversity (All Lessons) - 1 1 - marks

Total 1×0.5=0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5

Class – Seven
Annual Term: Time 45 min.

F.M.-25 P.M.- 10

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities

1 Character Development (All chapters) 1 - - - 25 marks

2 Human Values and Norms (All chapters) - 1 - -

3 Civic Duty and Responsibility (All chapters) - 1 1 -

4 Collective Life Style and Diversity 1 1 - -

5 Discipline and Positive Attitude (All chapters) 1 1 - 1

Total 1×3=3 3×4=12 4×1=4 6×1=6 25

202
Class – Eight ( Moral Education) 2075

First Term: Time 25 min.

F.M.-12.5 P.M.- 5

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities

1 Behavioral Development (All 1 1 1 1 12.5


chapters) marks

Total 1×0.5=0.5 1×2=2 1×4=4 1×6=6 12.5

Second Term: Time 45 min.

F.M.-25 P.M.- 10

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities

1 Character Development (All chapters) 1 2 - - 25 marks

2 Human Values and Norms (All chapters) 2 2 1 1

Total 1×3=3 3×4=12 4×1=4 6×1=6 25

203
Third Term: Time 45 min.

F.M.-25 P.M.- 10

Group A Group B Group C Group D


Practical
Unit Name of the Lesson SQ LQ LQ LQ Activities

1 Character Development (All chapters) - 1 - - 25 marks

2 Human Values and Norms (All chapters) 1 1 - -

3 Civic duties and responsibilities (chapter 3.2 1 1 1 -


& 3.3)

4 Collective Life Style and Diversity 1 1 - 1

Total 1×3=3 3×4=12 4×1=4 6×1=6 25

Questions from remaining unit will be taught in final term and question will be included in BEE 2075.

204
Computer Science
Annual Lesson Plan – 2075
Class: Four (First Term) Periods Per Week: 3 Days
Total
Term Topics Theory Practical
Periods

An Introduction to Computer 6

Basic Parts of Personal Computer 7


First Term:

Concept Of Operating System 5 10 30

Revision 2

20 10
Total

Class: Four (Second Term) Periods Per Week: 3


Term Topics Theory Practical Total Periods

Input Devices 6
Second Term:

Processing Devices 6

WordPad 5 8 28

Revision 3

Total 20 8

205
Class: Four (Third Term) Periods Per Week: 3
Term Topics Theory Practical Total Periods

Output Devices 8

Working Step by Step 5


Third Term:

Revision of WordPad 2 7 24

Revision 2

Total 17 7

Class: Four (Annual Term) Periods Per Week: 3

Term Topics Theory Practical Total Periods

Typing with Tux Typing 7

Revision of First Terminal Examination 5 2


Annual Exam

Revision of Second Terminal Examination 4 2 26

Revision of Third Terminal Examination 4 2

Total 13 13

206
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Four
First Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 18
42=8
200.5=10
Concept of
2 Operating System 7 25 25
31=3
8 x 0.5=4
Total 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental
42=8: Long Questions & Answer
20x 0.5 =10: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

Operating System of Computer


31 = 3 : Short Questions
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Choose the best answer)

207
Subject: Computer Science
Class Four
Second Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 16
3×2=6
200.5=10
Word Processing
2 Program 9 25 25
Word Pad 51=5
8 x 0.5=4
Total 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
32=6: Long Questions
20 x 0.5 =10: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

Word Processing Program (WordPad)


51 = 5 : Short Question Answer
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Select the best answer)

208
Subject: Computer Science
Class Four
Third Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 12×0.5=6 12
3×2=6
2. Working Step by
Step 6
3×2=6
Revision Of
3 Word Pad 7 25 25
31=3
8 x 0.5=4
Total 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
32=6: Long Questions
12 x 0.5 =06: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

Working Step by Step :


3×2=6 : Writing down the steps

Word Processing Program (WordPad)


31 = 3 : Short Question Answer
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Select the best answer)

209
Subject: Computer Science
Class Four
Annual Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
16×0.5=8 14
1 Fundamental
3×2=6
2. Operating System 2×1=2 4 10 10
4×0.5=2
Word Pad 15 15
3. 7
31=3
8 x 0.5=4
Total 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
32=6: Long Questions
16 x 0.5 =8: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
Operating System :
2×1=2: Short question Answer
4×0.5=2 Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Select the best answer)
Word Processing Program (WordPad)
31 =3 : Short Question Answer
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Select the best answer)

210
Subject: Computer Science
Class Five
First Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 18
42=8
200.5=10

2 Operating System 7 15 15
of Computer 31=3
8 x 0.5=4

3 Typing Tutor 10 10

Total 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental
42=8: Long Questions
20x 0.5 =10: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

Operating System of Computer


31 = 3 : Short Questions
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Choose the best answer)

211
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Five
Second Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 16
32=6
200.5=10
Word processing
2 software 9 25 25
MS-Pad/Word 51=5
8 x 0.5=4
Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
32=6: Long Questions
20 x 0.5 =10: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

Word Processing Software (Ms-Word)


51 = 5 : Short Question Answer
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Select the best answer)

212
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Five
Third Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 160.5=8 18
52=10

2 MS-Word/word 15 15
pad
Revision of MS 7
3 Windows 10 10
31=3
8 x 0.5=4
Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
52=10: Long Questions
16 x 0.5 =8: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

MS-Windows
31 = 3 : Short Questions
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, Select the best answer)

213
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Five
Annual Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 120.5=6 14
42=8

2 Word Processing 6 15 15
Software 41=4
(MS-Word/ Word 4x 0.5=2
pad)
5
3 Operating System 3x1=3 10 10
4x0.5=2

Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
42=8: Long Questions
12x 0.5 =6: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)

Word Processing Software: (MS-Word/word pad)


41=4: Short Questions
40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
Operating System:
31=3: Short Questions
40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
214
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Six
First Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 42=8 41=4 18

120.5=6

2 Operating System 7 15 15
of Computer 31=3
8 x 0.5=4

3 Typing Tutor 10 10

Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
42=8: Long Questions
41=4: Number System
12 x 0.5 =6: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

Operating System of Computer


31 = 3 : Short Questions
8  0.5 =4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, True/False, choose the best alternative)

215
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Six
Second Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 120.5=6 42=8 14


Word Processing 31=3
2 Software 80.5=4 7 10 10

Presentation 21=2
3 Software 40.5=2 4 10 10
4 MS-Paint
5 5
Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental:
42=8: Long questions
120.5=6: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
Word Processing Software (Ms-Word)
31=3: Short Questions
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False, Shortcut keys)
Presentation Software (PowerPoint)
21=2: Short Questions
40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Six
Third Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 80.5=4 32=6 22=4 14

15 15
2 Spreadsheet 41=4 8
(MS-Excel) 80.5=4
Introduction to 31=3 3
3 QBASIC
4 MS-Word, MS- 10 10
PowerPoint
Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental: [ Fundamental will be asked from first and second term including concept of algorithm and flow chart]
32=6: Long Questions
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
22=4: One Algorithm and One Flowchart from text book examples and exercises.
Spreadsheet Software (Ms-Excel)
41=4 Short questions career
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
Introduction To QBASIC: (Introduction, Elements of QBASIC, Character sets, Keywords)
31=3: Short Questions
Practical: (Questions should be based on )
MS-Excel : Preparing simple bill, Mark-Sheet (calculating total, percentage and result)
MS-Word : A document designing and typing at least 1 paragraph
MS-PowerPoint : Preparing and formatting a slide

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Six
Annual Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
41=4
1 Fundamental 200.5=10 52= 10 28
41=4
Word Processing 31=3 20 20
2 Software (Word) 120.5=6 9
Spreadsheet 31=3 15 15
3 Software ( Excel) 80.5=4 7
4 PowerPoint 21=2 15 15
80.5=4 6
Total 50 50 50

Notes:-
Fundamental: [ 28 Marks]
52= 10 : Long Questions # 41=4 : Short Question
200.5=20: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
41=4 : Number system
Word Processing Software (Ms-Word) [9 Marks]
31=3:Short Questions
120.5=6: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False, Shortcut keys)
Spreadsheet Software (Ms-Excel) [7 Marks]
31=3: Short Questions # 80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False, )
Presentation Software (PowerPoint) : [6 Marks]
21=2: Short Questions # 80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
Practical: (Questions should be based on )
MS-Excel : Preparing simple bill, Mark-Sheet (calculating total, percentage and result)
MS-Word : A document designing and typing at least 1 paragraph # MS-PowerPoint : Preparing and formatting a slide
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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Seven
First Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
80.5=4 32=6 41=4 14
1 Fundamental
Word Processing 21=2 6 15 15
2 Software 80.5=4
MS-Word
Operating System 31=3 5 10 10
3 (Ms-Windows) 40.5=2
Total 25 25 25

Notes:
Fundamental :
32=6: Long Questions
41=4: Number System
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
Word Processing Software (Ms-Word)
21=2: Short Questions
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False, Shortcut keys)
Operating System: Ms-Windows:
31=3:Short Questions
40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False, Shortcut keys)
Practical: (Questions should be based on )
MS-Word : A document designing and typing at least 1 paragraph , formatting text using different formatting text.
MS-Windows : Creating folder, file, renaming file, moving from one location to another etc.

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Seven
Second Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
80.5=4 42=8 4x1=4
1 Fundamental 16
Spread Sheet 31=3 5 25 25
2 Software 40.5=2
MS-Excel
3. QBasic 2x1=2 4
4x0.5=2
Total 25 25 25

Notes:
Fundamental :
42=8: Long Questions
4x1=4 Number system
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
Spread Sheet software (MS-Excel) :
31=3: Short Questions
40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
QBASIC (Introduction, Character sets, Keywords, Variables, Constant, Operators, Statement, Expression)
21=2: Two Short Questions
20.5=1: Two questions of writing functions/syntax of QBASIC commands
20.5=1: Two Conversion-- Algebraic Expression into QBASIC Expression
Practical: (Questions should be based on )
MS-Excel : Preparing simple bill, Mark-Sheet (calculating total, percentage and result)
QBasic : Simple program writing

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Seven
Third Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
80.5=4 42=8 12
1 Fundamental
21=2
2 Presentation 80.5=4 6 10 10
Software
(MS-Power point)
21=2 2x1=2 2x1=2
3 QBASIC 20.5=1 7 10 10
Total 25 25 25

Notes:-
Fundamental :
42=8: Long Questions
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
Presentation Software (MS-PowerPoint)
21=2: Short Questions
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
QBASIC (Including Second Terminal too)
21=2: Two Short Questions #20.5=1: Two questions of writing functions/syntax of QBASIC commands
22=4: Two questions of writing simple program (without looping) [ conditional statement can be asked. ]
Practical: (Questions should be based on )
PowerPoint : Preparing slide and formatting it using different designing tools.
QBasic : Program Writing

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science Class Seven
Annual Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion
Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total
S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
41=4
1 Fundamental 160.5=8 52= 10 41=4 26

Word processing 21=2 10


2 software 80.5=4 6 10
MS-Word
3 Spread Sheet 31=3 10
Software 40.5=2 5 10
MS-Excel
Operating System 21=2 10
4 MS-Windows 40.5=2 4 10
5 21=2 32=6 20
QBASIC 20.5=1 9 20
Total 50 50 50
Fundamental :
52= 10 : Long Questions # 41=4 : Four Short Question Answer
160.5=8: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
41=4: Number System
Word Processing Software (Ms-Word)
21=2: Short Questions
80.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False, Shortcut keys)
Ms-Windows
21=2: Short Questions
40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False, Shortcut keys)
MS-Excel
31=3: Short Questions 40.5=2: Objective Questions (Fill in the Blanks, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
QBASIC
21=2: Short Questions # 20.5=1: Two questions of writing functions/syntax of QBASIC commands
32=6 Two questions of writing simple program (without looping & conditional statement)

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Practical: (Questions should be based on )
MS-Excel : Preparing simple bill, Mark-Sheet (calculating total, percentage and result)
MS-Word : A document designing and typing at least 1 paragraph
MS-PowerPoint : Preparing and formatting a slide
QBasic : Programming writing

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Eight

First Term 2nd Term 3rd Term


Ch
VSQ SQ LQ TM VSQ- SQ- LQ T VSQ- SQ- LQ TM
apt Topic
10 7x4=28 2x6=12 M 10 7x4=28 2x6=1
ers
2
1. Fundamental concept of computer 2 ½ 4 1 1 1 1
2. History of computer development 1 ½ ½ 6 1 ½ ½ 2
½ 9
3. Generation of computer 1 ½ ½ 6 1 ½ ½ 2
4. Types of computer 1 ½ 3 1 ½ 3
5. Computer hardware and software 1 ½ 3 1 ½ 3
6. Operating system software 1 ½ 3 ½ 2
7. Advance features of word processor ½ 3 1 ½ 1 ½ ½ 6
½ 11
8. Advanced features of spreadsheet 1 1 1 ½
½ 9
9. Advance features of presentation 1 ½ ½ 6 1 1 5 1 ½
10. ICT and Cyber crime
11. Cyber Law and Computer Ethics Questions from these chapters will be included in annual examination or pre-qualifying Test of
12. Computer Virus BLE.
13. Web Page designing (HTML)
14. Introduction to Data…Network 1 ½ 3
15. Concept of number system 1 4 1 4
16. Introduction to computer graphics 1 1 ½ 8
17. Multimedia and application ½ ½ 5
18. Concept of program and programming 1 ½ 3
language
19. Programming tools and techniques 1 ½ 3
20. QBasic Programming ½ 3 1 ½ 4
5x1= 2x4= 2x6= 25 10x1 7x4= 28 2x6=12 50 7x4=28 2x6= 50
5 8 12 =10 12

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Specification Grid (CDC) – Annual Examination
Computer Education Class 8 (Eight)
Full Marks : 50 Time : 1:30 Hours
Pass Marks: 20

Theory Part
Types of Questions
No. of
S.N Area Topics Knowledge Low High
Questions Skill
Base Ability Ability
1. Fundamental • Introduction of computer
Knowledge and Skill • Introduction of Hardware
Computer • Introduction of software
• Input and output devices
4 1 1 1 1
• Storage Devices
• Introduction of word processing
• Introduction of spread sheet
• Introduction of Presentation package
2. ICT, Ethics and Cyber • Concept ICT technology
Law • Computer Ethics and cyber law
• Computer virus, remedy and protection
• Introduction to data communication and Network 2 1 1
• Introduction of web design
• Use of website, internet and E-mail
• Multimedia
3. Number system • Decimal to Binary and Vice versa
1 1
• Binary Calculation
4. Computer Graphics • Introduction of computer graphics
• Usages of computer Graphics in various field 2 1 1

5. Concept of Computer • Basic Concept of computer programming


1 1
programming
Total 10 3 3 2 2

225
Practical Examination
Time: 1 hour Full Marks: 50
Pass Marks: 20

Practical Examination should be taken on the basis of lesson plan: The sample grid of lesson plan is as follows:
Time: 1 hour Pass marks: 20
S.N Topics No of Questions Marks
1. • Creating document by following instructions 1 25
• Create four types of data and show in show in chart
• Insert given data according to instruction
• To create four power point slides and presentation
2. • Develop simple web page using HTML tags 1 25
• Develop four colour Book Design

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Model Question for Annual Examination CPU RAM CRT ROM
Computer Science Write appropriate technical terms for the following:
Time: 1:30hrs Full Marks: 50 pko'Qm k|fljlws zAb n]Vg'xf];\ . 4x0.5 = 2
Class: 8 (Eight) Pass Marks: 16 a. Brain of computer. ( ==================== nfO{ sDKo'6/sf]
dl:tis elgG5 . )
Students are required to give their own creative answer in their own words
as far as practicable. ljBfyL{x?n] ;DejeP ;Dd 3f]s]sf] jf s07u/]sf] pQ/ eGbf cfk\mg}
b. Network of network. - ;+hfnx¿sf] ;~hfnnfO{ elgG5
df}lns tyf ;[hgfTs pQ/ lbg'kg]{ 5 . ======================_
c. Online postal service. - cgnfO{g x'nfs ;]jfnfO{ elgG5
Group-A [Very short questions] =================_
d. Destructive program in computer. -sDKo'6/sf]
1. Answer the following questions: 4X1=4 ljgfzsf/L k|f]u|fdnfO{ elgG5 ===========_
tn lbOPsf k|Zgsf] pQ/ lbg'xf];\ M
a. Who is known as father of modern computer?
sDKo"6/sf lktf eg]/ s;nfO{ lrlgG5 < 4. Choose the best answer: 4x0.5=2
b. Write any two examples of multi user operating a. The extension of MS-Word file is …………….. -
system? dlN6o'h/ ck/]l6Ë l;:6dsf s'g} b'O{j6f pbfx/0f dfOqmf];k\m6 j8{ sf] kmfOnsf] PS;6]G;g xf] ========================_
n]Vg'xf];\ . i. .xls ii. .doc
c. What is called online buying and selling product iii. .ppt iv. .bmp
called? OG6/g]6sf] k|of]uaf6 ul/g] vl/b laqmLnfO{ s] elgG5 < b. Which one is an operating system ? -s'g rflxF ck/]l6Ë
d. What is called the wrong output produced by l;:6d xf] < _
computer due to wrong input? sDKo'6/df uNtL 8f6f i. MS-Excel ii. MS-Word
k|ljZ6L ubf{ k|fKt x'g] unt glthfnfO{ s] elgG5< iii. Windows XP iv. All of the above
2. Match the following: 4x0.5 = 2 c. Which device is known as input device? -s'g rflxF
hf]8f ldnfpg'xf];\ M Ogk'6 l8efO; xf] < _
i. LAN ( )Antivirus software i. Monitor ii. Printer
ii. AVG ( )Network type iii. Mouse iv. Both (ii) and (iii) (
iii. Vacuum Tube ( )Internet Service d. What is the base of octal number? -cS6n gDa/sf]
iv. E-mail ( )First Generation Computer a]; slt xf]] < _
( )Second Generation Computer i. 2 ii. 16
3. Write the full forms of the following: 4x0.5 = 2 iii. 8 iv. 10
tn lbOPsf ;+lIfKt ¿kx?sf] k'/f¿k n]Vg'xf];\ .
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Group-B [Short Questions] Group –C [Long Questions]
5. Answer the following questions: - tnsf k|Zgx?sf] pQ/
8. a. What is an algorithm? Write any four geometrical
lbg'xf];\ _ 5x4=20
shapes used in algorithm with their names. -cNuf]l/bd
a. What is computer? List any four application areas of
eg]sf] s] xf] < kmf]nf] rf6{df k|of]u x'g] s'g} rf/j6f HofldtLo cfsf/sf] gfd
computer. sDKo'6/ eg]sf] s] xf] < sDKo'6/ k|of]u x'g] rf/j6f
;lxt k|:t't ug'{xf];\ _ 3
If]qx¿ n]Vg'xf];\ .
b. Write any four features of second generation b. Write a QBasic program to calculate the area of
computer? rf}yf] k':tfsf sDKo"6/sf s'g} rf/j6f ljz]iftfx¿ circle asking the radius from the user. -kl/lwsf]dfg user
n]Vg'xf];\ . af6 dfUb} j[Qsf] Area lgsfNg] QBasic sf] Pp6f k|f]u|fd n]Vg'xf];\ _ 2
c. What is computer network? List the types of
network.sDKo"6/ g]6js{ eg]sf] s] xf]< g]6js{sf lsl;dx? pNn]v 10. a. What is browser? Write any two uses of browser
ug'{xf];\ . in internet ? ( a|fph/ ;k\m6j]o/ eg]sf] s] xf] < o;sf] internet
d. What is an operating system? Give any four examples df x'g] k|of]ux¿ pNn]v ug'[{xf];\ _ 2
of operating system?ck/]l6Ë l;:6d eg]sf] s] xf] < o;sf
rf/j6f pbx/0f k|:t't ug'{xf];\ . b. Write HTML Code to display the following output
e. What is MS- Excel? Write any two features of MS on the web browser. 3
Excel eg]sf] s]xf] < o;sf rf/j6f ljz]iftfx/ n]Vg'xf];\ .
tn b]vfP adf]lhd Web browser ma display ug{ HTML
6. Write Short note on: ( 5f]6sl/df j0f{g ug'{xf];\ _: 2x2=4
code n]Vg'xf];\ .
a. Computer Graphic
b. Multimedia STUDYING COMPUTER SCIENCE
7. Perform as indicated : ( lgb]{zg adf]lhd ug'{xf];\_ 4x1=4
1. Computer Hardware
a. Convert as indicated: lgb]{zg adf]lhd kl/jt{g ug'{xf];\_
a. Input Hardware
2x1=2
i. Mouse
i. 65)10 = ( ? )2 ii. (82)10 = (?)2
ii. Keyboard
b. Perform the following Binary Calculation:
b. Output Hardware
(Binary lx;fa ug'{xf];\) 2x1=2
i. Monitor
i. 101100 + 1011 ii. 101+110x11
ii. Printer

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Nine
First Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Solving Total
S.N Topics Understanding
KU1 KU2 Lower Higher
Ability Ability
20x0.5=10 5x2=10 20
1 Fundamental
Operating 5 25 25
2 System (DOS and 31=3 1x1=1 1x1=1
Windows]
Total 25 25 25

Notes:
Fundamental :
5 x 2=10 : Long Questions
20 x 0.5=10 : Objective Questions (Fill in Blanks, Technical Term, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)

Operating system (MS DOS and Windows]


3x1=3 : Short questions
1x1=1: Writing the function of DOS Commands
1x1=1: Writing DOS Commands

Practical: (Questions should be based on )


Operating System:
MS-Windows : Creating folder, moving folder, creating file, renaming etc.
MS-DOS : Command writing

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Nine
Second Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Solving Total
S.N Topics Understanding
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
16x0.5=8 4x2=8 25
1 Fundamental 5x1=5 41=4
3x1=3 2x1=2 7
2 HTML 4x0.5=2 25 25
3 2x1=2 2x1=2 2x2=4 18
QBASIC 2x0.5=1 3x3=9 25 25
Total 50 50 50

Notes:
Fundamental :
4x2=8 : Long Questions
5x1 =5: Short questions
4x1=4 : Number System
16x0.5=8 : Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer/True False)
HTML
3x1=3 : Short questions 2x1=2: Two questions of writing functions of HTML codes
4x0.5 =2: Objective Questions (Choose the best answer/True false, Matching)
QBASIC
2x1=2: Short questions 2x0.5 =1: Two questions of writing functions/syntax of QBASIC commands
2x1=2 : Study the following program with two questions
2x2=4 : One program to find the output and One to debug the program with 4 errors
3x3=9: Three Qs. Of writing programs (One Simple program and one from loop to generate series & Conditional statement)

230
Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Nine
Third Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Solving Total
S.N Topics Understanding
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
4x1=4 4x2=8 4x1=4
1 Fundamental 20x0.5=10 26
4x1=4 2x1=2 6 10 10
2 HTML
3 2x1=2 2x1=2 2x2=4 3x3=9 18 53=15 15
QBASIC 2x.5=1
4 Project Work 25 25
Total 50 35 15 50
Notes:
Fundamental :
6x2=12 : Six long Questions
6x1=6 : Six short questions
4x1=4 : Number System
20x0.5=10 : Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
HTML:
4x1= 4 Short Questions
2x1= Function writing of html code or HTML code writing to accomplish the given task.
QBASIC :
2x1=2 : Two short questions
2x0.5=1 : Two questions of writing functions/syntax of QBASIC commands
2x1=2 : Study the following program with two questions
2x2=4 : One program to find the output and One to debug the program with 4 errors
3x3=9 : Three Qs. Of writing programs (One from without loop, one from series and one from library function or branching)

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Nine
Annual Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 16x0.5=8 5x2=10 4x1=4 22

2 HTML 2x1=2 8x0.5=4 6 10 10


3
QBASIC 2x1=2 2x1=2 2x2=4 3x3=9 18 15 15
2x0.5=1
4
Operating System 2x1=2 2x1=2 4
(MS DOS)
25 25
5 Project Work
Total 50 50 50
Notes:
Fundamental :
5x2=10 : Six long Questions
4x1=4 : Number System
16x0.5=8 : Objective Questions (Technical Term, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
HTML:
2x1 = 2 : Short questions
8x0.5=4 : Objective Questions (Matching, Choose the best answer, True/False, fill in the blanks etc. )

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QBASIC :
2x1=2 : Two short questions
2x0.5=1 : Two questions of writing functions/syntax of QBASIC commands
2x1=2 : Study the following program with two questions
2x2=4 : One program to find the output and One to debug the program with 4 errors
3x3=9 : Three Questions Of writing programs (One from without loop, one from series and one from library function or branching)

Operating System: (MS-DOS)


2x1 = 2 : Short questions
2x1 = 2 : Command writing or function writing of given command

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Ten
First Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 25 Practical 25)
Theory Portion Practical Portion
Knowledge & Skill Problem Total Skill Problem Total
S.N Topics Understanding Solving Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability
8 x0.5=4 3x2=6 4x1=4
1 Fundamental 14
1x1=1 2x2=4 2x3=6 25 25
2 QBASIC 11
Total 25 25 25

Notes:
Fundamental :
32=6: Three Long Questions
8x0.5=4: Objective Questions (Fill in the blanks, Technical Term, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
4x1=4: Number System
QBASIC:
1x1=1 : Short Questions
2x2=4 : One program to find the output and One to debug the program with 4 errors
2x3=6 : Two Qs. Of writing programs (Using SUB…….END SUB & FUNCTION…………END FUNCTION)

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Ten
Second Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 16x0.5=8 5x2=10 4x1=4 22

2 MS-ACCESS 8x0.5=4 3x2=6 10


25 25
2 QBASIC 2x1=2 2x0.5=1 2x1=2 2x2=4 3x3=9 18
Total 25 25 25

Notes:
Fundamental:
5x2=10: Five long Questions
4x1 =4: Number System
16x0.5=8: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Fill in the gaps, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer, True/ False)
MS-ACCESS :
3x2=6 : Three long questions
8x0.5=4 : Objective Questions (Matching, Choose the correct answer, True/False)
QBASIC:
2x1=2 : Two Short Questions
2x0.5=1 : Two questions of writing functions of QBASIC commands
2x1=2 : Study the following program with two questions
2x2=4 : One program to find the output and One to debug the program with 4 errors
3x3=9 : Three Qs. Of writing programs (with one from file handling)

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Specification Grid for Terminal and Annual Examinations 2075
Subject: Computer Science
Class Ten
THIRD Terminal Examination (Full Marks: Theory 50 Practical 50)
Theory Portion Practical Portion

Knowledge & Skill Problem Solving Total Skill Problem Total


S.N Topics Understanding Solving
Lower Higher
KU1 KU2 Ability Ability

1 Fundamental 16x0.5=8 5x2=10 4x1=4 22

2 MS-ACCESS 8x0.5=4 3x2=6 10


25 25
3 QBASIC 2x1=2 2x0.5=1 2x1=2 2x2=4 3x3=9 18
Total 25 25 25

Notes:
Fundamental :
5x2=10: Five long Questions
4x1 =4: Number System
16x0.5=8: Objective Questions (Technical Term, Fill in the gaps, Full Forms, Matching, Select the best answer, True/False)
MS-ACCESS :
3x2=6 : Three long questions
8x0.5=4 : Objective Questions (Matching, Choose the correct answer, True/False)
QBASIC:
2x1=2 : Two Short Questions
2x0.5=1 : Two questions of writing functions of QBASIC commands
2x1=2 : Study the following program with two questions
2x2=4 : One program to find the output and One to debug the program with 4 errors
3x3=9 : Three Qs. Of writing programs (including file handling)

Note:- Grid of Pre-Test and SEE send up Examinations are based on SEE Specification Grid
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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075
Subject: Office Practices and Accounting
Class: Nine
First Term
S.N. Question Pattern No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Very Short Questions 5 5×1 5
2 Long Questions 5 5×5 25
3 Very Long Questions 1 1×10 10
4 The Journal (Numerical) 1 1×10 10
Total 12 50

Topic Wise Allocation of Marks


S.N. Topic No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Office and Office Personnel 5 10+5+5+1+1 22
2 Book Keeping 3 5+5+1 11
3 Record Keeping 2 5+1 6
4 The Journal (Numerical) 2 10+1 11
Total 12 50

Second Term
S.N. Question Pattern No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Very Short Questions 5 5×1 5
2 Long Questions 6 6×5 30
3 Very Long Questions 2 2×10 20
4 Numerical Question 3 5+5+10 20
Total 16 75

Topic Wise Allocation of Marks


S.N. Topic No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Office and Office Personnel 2 10+1 11
2 Book Keeping 2 5+1 6
3 Record Keeping 2 5+1 6
4 The Journal (Numerical) 2 5+1 6
5 Correspondence 3 10+5+5 20
6 Subsidiary Book 3 5+5+10 20
7 Government Accounting 2 5+1 6
Total 16 75

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Class: Nine
Third Term
S.N. Question Pattern No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Very Short Questions 5 5×1 5
2 Long Questions 6 6×5 30
3 Very Long Questions 2 2×10 20
4 Numerical 3 5+5+10 20
Total 16 75
Topic Wise Allocation of Marks
S.N. Topic No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Office and Office Personnel 2 5+1 6
2 Book Keeping 2 5+1 6
3 Record Keeping 1 1 1
4 The Journal (Numerical) 2 5+1 6
5 Correspondence 1 10 10
6 Ledger 1 5 5
7 Subsidiary Book 1 10 10
8 Postal Service and Electronic Communication Services 2 5+5 10
9 Government Accounting System 2 5+1 6
10. Business 2 10+5 15
Total 75
Annual Exam
S.N. Question Pattern No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Very Short Questions 5 5×1 5
2 Long Questions 5 5×5 25
3 Very Long Questions 2 2×10 20
4 The Journal (Numerical) 1 1×5 5
5 Subsidiary Book (Numerical) 1 1×10 10
6 The Ledger (Numerical) 1 1×5 5
7 Trial Balance (Numerical) 1 1×5 5
Total 16 75
Term Wise Allocation of Marks
S.N. Term No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 First Terminal 5 5+5+5+1+1 17
2 Second Terminal 4 10+5+5+1 21
3 Third Terminal 4 10+5+5+1 21
4 Final Terminal 3 10+5+1 16
Total 16 75

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SPECIFICATION GRID 2075

Subject: Office Practices and Accounting


Class: Ten
First Term
S.N. Question Pattern No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Very Short Questions 5 5×1 5
2 Long Questions 4 4×5 20
3 Very Long Questions 2 2×10 20
4 Trail Balance (Numerical) 1 1×5 5
Total 12 - 50
Topic Wise Allocation of Marks
S.N. Topic No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Office Procedure 3 10+5+1 16
2 Filing 3 5+1+5 11
3 Trial Balance 2 5+1 6
4 Financial Institutions 4 10+5+1+1 17
Total 12 50
Second Term
S.N. Question Pattern No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Very Short Questions 5 5×1 5
2 Long Questions 5 5×5 25
3 Very Long Questions 1 1×10 10
4 Numerical 5 10+10+5+5+5 35
Total 16 75
Topic Wise Allocation of Marks
S.N. Topic No. Of Questions Marks Full Marks
1 Office Procedure 3 5+5+1 11
2 Filing 3 5+5+1 11
3 Trial Balance 1 5 5
4 Financial Institutions 2 10+1 11
5 Final Account 3 5+5+1 11
6 Government Accounting System 2 5+1 6
7 Journal Voucher 1 10 10
8 Bank Cash Book 1 10 10
Total 16 75
Third Term Exam (Pre-Test): 1. Question Pattern for Pre-Test according to SEE Model
2. Practical Evaluation System:
a. Annual Performance: 10 Marks b. Practical Examination: 15 Marks.
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SPECIFICATION GRID - 2075
Economics
Class: Nine
First Term Time: 1.30 Hours F.M.: 50

SN CONTENT 1 MARKS 5 MARKS 10 MARKS TOTAL


1 Introduction to Economics 2 2 2 32
2 Utility Analysis 1 1 6
3 Demand, Supply and Equilibrium 2 2 1 22
TOTAL MARKS 5×1=5 5×5=25 20(ANY TWO) 50

Second Term Time: 3:00 Hours F.M.:100


SN CONTENT 1 MARKS 5 MARKS 10 MARKS TOTAL
1 Introduction to Economics 2 3 1 27
2 Utility Analysis 1 2 11
3 Demand, Supply and Equilibrium 2 2 1 22
4 Principle of Economics 2 2 12
5 Factor of production 3 3 1 28
TOTAL MARKS 10×1=10 12×5=60 30(any 3) 100

Third Term Time: 3:00 Hours F.M.:100


SN CONTENT 1 MARKS 5 MARKS 10 MARKS TOTAL
1 Introduction to Economics 1 1 1
2 Utility Analysis 1 1
3 Demand, Supply and Equilibrium 1 1
4 Principle of Economics 1 1
5 Factor of production 1 2 1
6 National Income 1 1
7 Agriculture, Co-operative and Industry in Nepal 2 3 1
8 Household Economics 2 2
TOTAL MARKS 10×1=10 12×5=60 30(any three) 100

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Final Term Time: 3:00 Hours F.M.:100
SN CONTENT 1 MARKS 5 MARKS 10 MARKS TOTAL
1 Introduction to Economics 1 1 1
2 Utility Analysis 1
3 Demand, Supply and Equilibrium 1 1
4 Principle of Economics 1 1
5 Factor of production 1 1
6 National Income 1 1
7 Agriculture, Co-operative and Industry in Nepal 1 1 1
8 Household Economics 1 1
9 Economics Resources of Nepal 1 2 1
10 Current Economics Issues 2 2
TOTAL MARKS 10×1=10 12×5=60 30(any 3) 100

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SPECIFICATION GRID - 2075
Economics
Class: Ten

First Term Time: 1.30 Hours ` F.M.:50


Types of questions
S.N. Topics Total Marks
Very short Short Long (any two)
1. Cost and Revenue 2×1=2 1×5=5 1×10=10 17
2. Money and Banking 2×1=2 2×5=10 1×10=10 22
3. Public Finance and Budget 1×1=1 2×5=10 1×10=10 21
Total 5×1=5 5×5=25 2×10=20 50

Second Term Time: 3:00 Hours F.M.:100


Types of questions
S.N. Topics Total Marks
Very short Short Long (any three)
1. Cost and Revenue 2×1=2 1×5=5 - 7
2. Distribution 2×1=2 3×5=15 1×10=10 27
3. Money and Banking 2×1=2 2×5=10 1×10=10 22
4. Public Finance and Budget 2×1=2 2×5=10 1×10=10 22
5. Statistical Work 1×1=1 2×5=10 1×10=10 21
6. Foreign Trade in Nepal 1×1=1 2×5=10 11
Total 10×1=10 12×5=60 10×3=30 110

Pre - Test Exam


Class: Ten (According to SEE model.) Time: 3.00 Hours F.M.: 100
Types of questions
Topics Very short Short Long Total Marks
Pre-test

SEE Model 10×1=10 12×5=60 3×10=30 100

Note: Long questions will be four but solve any three.

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