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1ENGLISH CORECLASS – XIEnglish Core Course (for a paper of 100 marks)DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1)2)3)4)ProsePoetrySupplementary ReaderGrammar & Compositiona) Reading – Unseen Passages b) Writingc) Grammar & UsageTotal I. marks25 marks15 marks10 marks10 marks15 marks100 marksProsePieces To Be Read:‗We‘re Not Afraid to Die If We Can All Be Together‘ – by Gordon Cookand Alan FrostThe Ailing Planet: The Green Movements‘ Role – by Nani PalkhivalaGiant Despair – by John BunyanThe Portrait of a Lady – by Khushwant SinghThe White Seal Adapted and Abridged from The Jungle Book – by RudyardKiplingPoetryPieces To Be Read:The Kingfisher – by W. H. DaviesThe Striders – by A. K. RamanujanTo The Pupils of Hindu College – by H. L. V. DerozioChildhood – by Marcus NattanIn Paths Untrodden – by Walt WhitmanTextbook Prescribed for Prose & Poetry:- Resonance Class XIPublished by Macmillan India Ltd., S. C. Goswami Road,Pan Bazar, Guwahati – 781001.III.Supplementary ReaderPieces To Be Read (Any two of the following pieces):1.On Doing Nothing – by J. B. Priestly2.Talking of Space – Report on Planet Three – by Arthur C. Clarke3.A Devoted Son – by Anita Desai

2Textbook Prescribed:Published by -IV.Voices Classes XI & XIIMacmillan India Ltd., S. C. Goswami Road,Pan Bazar, Guwahati – 781001.Grammar & CompositionThe Prescribed Portions are:1.Reading: Unseen Passages for (Comprehension and note taking in varioustopics and situations)2.Writing: Reports/Essays/Letters3.Grammar & Usage (To be put in objective format only)a)Determinersb)Tensesc)Active & Passive Constructionsd)Use of Idioms and Phrasese)Transformation of SentencesTextbook Prescribed:Published by -English Grammar & CompositionPearson Education, 482 F. I. E. Patparganj,New Delhi – 110092, India.******

3ENGLISH CORECLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.ProsePoetrySupplementary ReaderGrammar & Compositiona) Readingb) Writingc) Grammar Usages-25 marks25 marks15 marks-10 marks10 marks15 marksTotal I.100 marks1.2.3.4.ProsePieces To Be Read:Indigo – by Louis FischerThe Rattrap – by Selma LagerlofLost Spring – Stories of Stolen Childhood – by Anees JungDeep Water – by William Douglas1.2.3.4.PoetryPieces To Be Read:Keeping Quiet – by Pablo NerudaA Thing of Beauty – by John KeatsCaring for Animals – by Jon SilkinAnd So It Eventually Happened – by R. ParthasarathyII.III.Supplementary ReaderPieces To Be Read:1.What Men Live By – by Leo Tolstoy2.Enchanting Caves of Meghalaya – by B. D. Kharpran DalyIV.Grammar & CompositionPortions To Be Read:1.Readinga) Unseen passages of various types (for comprehension, vocabularyenrichment and note-taking)2.Writinga) Short Composition like note-takingb) Notice writingc) Letter writing (formal & informal)d) Letters of application for a jobe) Essay writing

43.Grammar Usagea) Transformation of sentencesb) Direct & Indirect Speechc) Active & Passive Voiced) Error correction in sentencese) Use of word substitutionf) Opposite wordsRecommended Textbooks:1.Resonance XII-2.Voices Classes XI & XII-3.English Grammar & Compositon -4.Current English Grammar & UsageBy R. P. Sinha Edited by Prof. P. Madhavan5.Writing With A Purpose:By Champa Tickoo and Jaya Sasikumar********Published by Macmillan India Ltd.,S. C. Goswami Road,Pan Bazar, Guwahati – 781001.– do –Published by Pearson Education,482 F. I. E. Patparganj,Delhi – 110092, India.Published byOxford University Press.

5ALTERNATIVE ENGLISHCLASS – XIAlternative English (For a paper of 100 marks)DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.a)b)c)ProsePoetryShort PlaysGrammar & CompositionReading Unseen Passages (Comprehension)Precis WritingGrammar & Usage-25 marks25 marks20 marks-10 marks10 marks10 marksTotal I. To Be Read:The Face on the Wall – by E. V. LucasSparrows – by K. A. AbbasLove Across The Desert – by K. N. DharuwalaThe Redemption – by Victor HugoThe Castaway – by Rabindranath Tagore1. To Be Read:Ode on a Grecian Urn – by John KeatsLaugh and Be Merry – by John MasefieldA Baby Running Barefoot – by D. H. LawrenceLight Shining Out of Darkness – by William CowperTo India – My Native Land – by H. L. V. DerozioII.III.100 marksShort PlaysThe Prescribed Plays are:1.Abraham Lincoln – by K. N. DevidasOr2.Julius Caesar – by William ShakespeareTextbook Prescribed for Prose/Poetry/Short Plays: Imprints Class XIPublished by Macmillan India Ltd.,S. C. Goswami Road, Pan Bazar,Guwahati – 781001.

6IV.Grammar & CompositionThe Prescribed Portions are:1.Reading – (Comprehension) Passages with a variety of questions based onVocabulary and Comprehension2.Writing – Precis Writing3.Grammar & Usage:a) Correction of grammatical errors in the given sentencesb) Agreement between subject and verbc) Direct/Indirect Speechd) Use of Prepositionse) Use of ArticlesTextbook Prescribed:Published by -English Grammar & CompositionPearson Education, 482 F. I. E. Patparganj,New Delhi – 110092, India.*****

7ALTERNATIVE ENGLISHCLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSI.II.III.IV.ProsePoetryShort PlaysGrammar & Compositiona) Reading Unseen Passagesb) Precis Writing/Amplificationof an ideac) Grammar & Usage-25 marks25 marks20 marks-10 marks10 marks-10 marksTotal I.100 marks1)2)3)4)PROSEPieces To Be Read:The Rebellion – George OrwellTrailing the Jaguar – Willard PriceA Day in the Life of a Debt Collector – Munshi PremchandGrowing Up – Joyce Cary1)2)3)4)POETRYPieces To Be Read:The Soul‘s Prayer – by Sarojini NaiduThe Education of Nature – by William WordsworthThe Human Seasons – by John KeatsEnterprise – by Nissim EzekielII.III.SHORT PLAYSThe Prescribed Plays are:1)The Bishop‘s Candlesticks – by Norman MckinnellOr2)Macbeth – by William ShakespeareIV.GRAMMAR & COMPOSITIONThe Prescribed Portions are:1)ReadingUnseen Passages (descriptive/narrative/speech form) with a variety of questionsleading to learning of New Vocabulary, test understanding and ability to writeindependently.2)Writinga) Precis Writingb) Amplification of an idea

83)Grammar & Usagea) Correction of grammatical errors in the given sentencesb) Active and Passive Voicec) Use of Adverbsd) Question Tagse) Modalsf) One word substitutionRecommended Textbook for Prose/Poetry/Plays:Imprints Class XII Published by Macmillan India Ltd.,- S. C. Goswami Road, Pan Bazar,Guwahati - 781001.Reference Books for Grammar & Composition:1)English Grammar & Composition XII- Published by Pearson Education,482 F.I.E. Patparganj, New Delhi – 110092, India.2)Current English Grammar & Usage by R. P. Sinhacopy edited by Prof. P. Madhavan- Oxford University Press3)Writing With A Purpose by Champa Tickoo & Jaya Sasikumar- Oxford University Press.*******

9ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONCLASS – XI(TO BE ASSESSED INTERNALLY BY AWARDING GRADES)Topics To Be Read:Unit I: Man and Environment(20 Marks)Chapter 1:Dimensions of EnvironmentPhysical, biological and social dimensions; Environment dimensions;Exchange of heat between the earth and its atmosphere; Physical realms of theearth; The realm of the land; The biological environment; Social Environment.Chapter 4:Population and EnvironmentMeaning and importance of population study; Population theories; Worldpopulation growth; Population and environmental issues.Chapter 5:Impact of Human Activities on the EnvironmentEnvironmental problems of urban and rural areas; Natural Resources andtheir depletion; Classification of Natural Resources; Depletion of soil; Depletion ofplant resources; Stress on Civic Amenities and Supply of Water; Waste Disposal;Transport; Health Services; Vehicular Emission; Urbanization; The Housing Crisis;Migration; Floating Population.Unit II: Environment and Development(10 Marks)Chapter 7:Agriculture and IndustrializationHistorical background of the role of agriculture and industry indevelopment; Localisation of Industrial Plants; Impact of industrialization onagricultural development.Chapter 9:Impact of Development on EnvironmentChanging pattern of land use; Reclamation of land; Deforestation; Resourcedepletion; Pollution; Industrial pollution; Environment degradation.Unit III: Environmental Pollution and Global Issues(30 Marks)Chapter 12: Air, Water and Soil PollutionAir Pollution; Water Pollution; Soil Pollution.Chapter 20: Strategies of Reducing PollutionAir pollution control strategies; Strategies to reduce soil pollution; Strategiesto reduce water pollution. (Chapters 12 and 20 to be studied together)

10Chapter 17: Green House EffectGreen House Effect; Effects of global warming and climatic changes onhuman society; Biological impacts of global warming.Chapter 18: Pollution Related DiseasesDiseases caused by air and water pollution; Disease of the modern age.Unit IV: Energy(10 Marks)Chapter 22: Conventional Sources of EnergyConventional energy sources; Fossil fuels; Coal; Petroleum; Firewood;Energy situation in India.Chapter 23: Non – Conventional Sources of EnergyBiomass energy; Solar energy; Wind energy; Ocean power (Tidal waves andthermal); Wave energy; Ocean thermal energy conversion; Nuclear energy; Hydelpower; Geothermal energy.Chapter 24: Conservation of Energy ResourcesEffects to conserve energy resources; Conserving energy resources inindustries; Conserving energy resources in agriculture; Conserving energyresources in the transport sector. One Exemplar Project/Activity may be completed in a year from thesuggested list in the textbook.(30 Marks)Book Recommended:Published by -Frank Environmental Education Class XIFrank Brothers & Co. Publishers Ltd.,136 Moti Lal Nehru Road,Opp. Pan Bazar Girls‘ Higher Secondary School,Guwahati – 781001.******

11ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONCLASS – XIIUNIT – I: BIODIVERSITY(18 Marks)a)Concepts and Values of Biodiversity: Concepts of biodiversity; Species ofvarious gene pools; Biodiversity in an ecosystem; Values of biodiversity; Whyvalue diversity.b)Types of Biodiversity (Species, Ecosystem and Genetic): Species diversity;Ecosystem diversity, Marine ecosystem; Estuarine ecosystem; Genetic diversity.c)Interdependence between Species: Interactions between plants and animals.d)Economic Potential of Biodiversity: Introduction; Economic potential of plantdiversity; Economic importance of animal diversity.e)Loss of Biodiversity (Threatened, Endangered and Extinct Species):Introduction; Causes leading to loss of biodiversity; Threatened, endangeredand extinct species.f)Strategies for Conservation of Biodiversity:biodiversity.UNIT – II: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENTa)Introduction; Why conserve(16 Marks)Need for Environmental Development Vis-à-vis Development: Introduction;Development levels and environment impacts.UNIT – III: SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE(16 Marks)a)Need for Sustainable Agriculture: Key components in the industrialization ofmodern agriculture.b)Green Revolution: Impact of green revolution on the environment; Ecologicalimpacts; Sociological impacts.c)Impact of Agrochemicals on Environment.d)Management of Agriculture Produce: Storage and preservation; Transportation.

12UNIT – IV: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT(20 Marks)a)Concept of Sustainable Development: Introduction.b)Concept of Sustainable Consumption: Lessons on Sustainable Consumption;Contemporary concept of sustainable consumption.c)Challenges for Sustainable Development: Economic considerations; Need forsound economic policies; Political considerations; Social considerations; Needfor a transformation in social conditions.d)Role of Individual and Community.EXEMPLAR ACTIVITIES (INTERNAL ASSESSMENT)(30 Marks)Students must undertake at least one activity in a year. Teachers may design their ownset of activities keeping in view the overall objectives of teaching and learning ofEnvironmental education at this stage. Activities may be planned and designeddepending upon the local situations, available resources and environmental issues ofconcern. The learners should be encouraged to initiate action on their own. Asillustrations activities may be of the following types: To study the changes that have taken place in a given land area during a specifictime in respect of number of houses and families and determine the effects on civicamenities like availability of water. Electricity and fuels, drainage system, disposalof wastes, etc. To study the practices followed in the region for storage, preservation,transportation and processing of perishable or nonperishable farm products and toassess the extent of wastage due to faulty practices. To study the status of an endangered species listed for the region by collectinginformation through different sources and observation, if possible and to assess thereasons for its diminishing number. Suggests ways and means to protect thespecies. Conduct a survey of plants and trees in the locality and collect information abouttheir cultural, economic and medicinal values. Prepare action plans for thepropagation of trees that are most valuable for use. Prepare plans for beautification of the school campus or a park in the locality.Identify suitable plants and trees for the same. Prepare a flow chart to show different steps involved in the supply of tap waterfrom the source to houses in the locality. Plan and execute campaign to educate thesociety about the implications of wastage of water in terms of energy.

13RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK: Frank Environmental Education (Class XII)- Frank Bros. & Co. (Publishers) Ltd.REFERENCE BOOKS: Ecology and Environment by P. D. Sharma; Rastogi Publications. Environmental Biology by P. D. Sharma; Rastogi Publications. Man & His Environment by Dr. S. R. Joshi & N. Joshi; Gautam Bros. & Co.********

14ASSAMESE (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.ProsePoetryRapid ReaderGrammar & Composition-Total I.30 marks25 marks15 marks30 marks100 marks1.2.3.4.ProsePieces To Be Read:Bor Boruahar Kobita BedonaJibonor SantiparbaBadha KavyaAsomor Khel Dhemali––––Lakhinath BezbaruaSatyanath BoraDr. Birinchi Kr. BoruahNarayan Sharma1.2.3.4.PoetryPieces To Be Read:BorgeetBon KunwariLachit PhukanEkhon Chithi––––Madhab DevChandra Kr. AgarwalaDebakanta BaruahHem BaruaII.Book Recommended for Prose & Poetry: Sahitya SauravPublished by Jyoti Prakashan, Jasowanta Road,Pan Bazar, Guwahati – 781001.III.Rapid Reader: DramaBook Recommended:IV. Phani Sarma – Pratham Anka (Page 01 to 25)Grammar & CompositionPieces To Be Read:Pada Prakaran, Karak & SamashAmplification & Sentence MakingSubstance WritingSentence Making with Phrases and IdiomsBook Recommended:1.Pravesika Rachana Sikkha: Giridhar Sarma2.Rachana Bichitra: Dharma Singha Deka3.Bahal Byakaran: Satyanath Bora******

15ASSAMESE (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSUnit IUnit IIUnit IIIUnit IVI.ProsePoetryDramaGrammarCompositionEssay-30 marks25 marks15 marks10 marks10 marks10 marksTotal 100 marks1.2.3.4.PROSEThe Prescribed Pieces are:Kabir Ahaituk Priti by Dr. B. K. KakatiAsomiya Vaishnab Kabir Narad by Tirtha Nath SarmaBarnabodh by Dr. Bhabendra SaikiaShahitya by Upendra Nath Goswami1.2.3.4.POETRYThe Prescribed Poems are:Indramunya Rajar Jagya Ayojon (Uresha Barnan) by Srimanta Shankar DevNaatghar by Nalini Bala DeviKukur by Amulya BoruahUbhati Nahar Kabita by Nabakanta BaruaII.III.DRAMA: ChirajThe Prescribed Portions are:Dwitiya and Tritiya Anka (Page 26 – till the end)IV.GRAMMAR & COMPOSITIONThe Prescribed Portions are:KarakPratyoyBibhaktiMake sentences with phrases & idiomsBhab SamprasharanComprehensionEssay1.

16RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOKS:1.Sahitya SauravPublished by: Jyoti Prakashan, Jasowanta Road,Pan Bazar, Guwahati – 12.Chiraj (Drama) by Phani SharmaPublished by: Asom Prakashan Parishad3.Prabeshika Rachana Siksha by: Giridhar Sharma4.Rachana Bichitra by: Dharma Singha Deka5.Bohal Byakaran by: Satyanath Bora.********

17BENGALI (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF ramaCompositionPotro LikhonBhab SomprasaranPrabandha RachanaGrammarBakya ParibartanSadhu – O – Chalit BhashaPrabad – PracharanBagdhara-25 marks20 marks15 marks-6 marks7 marks7 marks-5 marks5 marks5 marks5 marksTotal 100 marksProsePieces To Be Read:1.Sitar Banobas – by Iswar Chandra Bidyasagar2.Bhanu Singher Patro – by Rabindranath Tagore3.Mahesh – by Sharat Chandra ChattopaddhayPoetryPieces To Be Read:1.Purborag – by Chandi Das2.Jiban Bandana – by Nazrul Islam3.Abar Asibo Phire – by Jibanananda DashDrama:Udbastu (Selected Part from „Natun Ihudi‟) by Salil SenTextbook Recommended: Uchcho Madhyamik Path Sankalan (MBOSE Publications)Printed & Distributed by - C & P Enterprises, Educational Publishers,M. C. Road, Guwahati – 781003.IV.Grammar & Composition (No textbook has been recommended)The Recommended Portions are:1.Patro Likhon2.Bhab Samprasaron3.Prabandha Rachana4.Bakya Paribartan5.6.7.******Sadhu – O – Chalit BhasuPrabad - PrabachanBagdhara

18BENGALI (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSI.II.III.IV.V.ProsePoetryNovelGrammara) Definition & Examplesb) Alankarc) Banganubad/PrabadPrabachanCompositiona) Summary Writingb) Prabandha Rachana-25 marks20 marks15 marks-7 marks7 marks8 marks-8 marks10 marksTotal I.a)b)c)II.100 marksPROSEPieces To Be Read:Banglar Nabya Lekhokdiger Proti Nibedon – Bankim Chandra ChattopaddhayBalai – Rabindranath TagoreDudher Dam – BanophulPOETRYPieces To Be Read:a)Sita-o-Sarama – Michael Madhusudan Duttab)Dui Bigha Jami – Rabindra Nath Tagorec)Bangla Bhasha Uchchorito Holey – Shamsur RahamanIII.NOVEL- Rajsingha (Selected Part): Bankim Chandra Chattopaddhay.IV.i)GRAMMARDefinition & Examplesa) Samibhabanb) Apinihitic) Swar Sangatid) Swar Bhaktie) Abhishrutiii)Alankara) Anuprasb) Shlesc) Upomad) Samasokti

19iii)Banganubad/Prabad – PrabachanV.COMPOSITIONa) Summary Writingb) Prabandha RachanaRecommended Textbook for Prose, Poetry& Novel:Uchcho Madhyamik Path Sankalan by MBOSEPublished by C & P Enterprises, Educational Publishers,M. C. Road, Guwahati – 781003.Grammar & Composition (Any standard textbook on Bengali Grammar & Compositionmay be used)******

20GARO (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.ProsePoetryEssayAgan Me·apa/Ku·jikse-Total I.100 marksProseThe Prescribed Pieces are:1.Nikgijagipa Gam – Fridina K. Marak2.A·chik Jatni Ku·riting Agananirango Jajong aro Askirangni Gimin Aganani –Dewansing S. Rongmuthu3.Japan Nokdang – Rev. Gilbert K. MarakRecommended Textbook:II.35 marks35 marks15 marks15 marksA·chikni Chanchibewale SeanirangCompiled and edited by – K. M. Momin,Tura Book Room, Tura.PoetryThe Prescribed Pieces are: Salingni AganaRecommended Textbook:Seokgimin Poetryrang – by D. S. NengminzaTura Book RoomIII.Essay Writing (Unseen)IV.Agan Me·apa/Ku·jikseRecommended Textbook:A·chik Composition by Keneth M. Momin,Tura Book Room, Tura.******

21GARO (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.ProsePoetryEssayAgan Me·apa/Ku·jikse Total I.35 marks35 marks15 marks15 marks100 marksPROSEThe Prescribed Pieces are:1.Ki·tap Seani – Hubert K. Sangma2.Lekka Pora aro Gisik Bimik – K. M. Momin3.Gital Chasong Janggi Tangani – L. R. MarakII. Prescribed Pieces are:A·chik Ku·rang – Howard Denison W. MominNang·ko Gisik Ra·gen – Howard Denison W. MominHobani Sinteani – Evelyn R. MarakTom·tomani Dongja Ia A·gilsako – Meckjin R. MarakKatta Ma·gitcham Niam Songgitcham – D. S. RongmuthuIII.ESSAY WRITING (UNSEEN)IV.AGAN ME·APA/KU·JIKSERECOMMENDED TEXTBOOKS1. A·chik Chanchibewale Seanirang Compiled and edited by – K. M. Momin,Published by – Tura Book Room, Tura.2. Seokgimin Poetryrang by D. S. NengminzaPublished by – Garo Hills Book Emporium3. Chasong Gital A·chik Poetryrang by K. M. Momin4. A·chik Kattarang by Winnish K. Sangma********

22HINDI (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.ProsePoetryRapid ReaderGrammar & Compositiona)Essay Writingb)Letter Writingc)Unseen Passage Total I.25 marks25 marks20 marks10 marks10 marks10 marks100 marks1. To Be Read:Namak Ka Daroga – by PremchandApu Ke Saath Dhai Saal – by Satyajit RayGalta Loha – by Shekhar JoshiJamun Ka Per – by KrishnachanderBharat Mata – by Jawaharlal NehruAtma Ka Taap – by Sayyad Haider Raza1. To Be Read:Hum Nau Ek Ek Kari Jana – by KabirMere To Giridhar Gopal, Dusro Na Koi – by MeeraWah Aankhe – by Sumitranandan PantGhar Ki Yaad – by Bhawani Prasad MishraHai Bhukh! Mat Machal – by Akkak MahadeviAao Milkar Bachae – by Nirmala PutulII.Textbook Prescribed for Prose & Poetry: Aroh – Hindi Core (NCERT)III.Rapid ReaderPieces To Be Read:1.Bhartiya Gayiko Mei Bejor: Lata Mangeshkar – by Kumar Gandharu2.Rajasthan Ki Rajat Bunde – by Anupam Mishra3.Aalo – Aandhari – by Baby HaldarTextbook Prescribed:IV.Vittan Hindi Suppo I (Core) (NCERT)Grammar & Compositiona)CompositionThe Prescribed Portions are:

231.2.3.Essay WritingLetter WritingUnseen Passageb) Bhinnarthak ShabdAnekarthi ShabdAnek Shabdo Badle Ek ShabdParyawachiVelomiMuhaovreLokoktiyanTextbook Prescribed:Hindi Vyakaran Aur Vyavahar, NCERT******

24HINDI (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1.2.3.4.ProsePoetryRapid ReaderGrammar & Compositiona) Essay Writingb) Letter Writingc) Unseen Passage-25 marks25 marks20 marks-10 marks10 marks10 marksTotal I. marksPROSEThe Prescribed Pieces are:Bazaar Darshan – by JainaindraPahalwan Ki Dholak – by Phanishwar Nath RenuCharlie Chaplin Yani Hum Sab – by Vishnu KhareNamak – by Rajiya Sajjad Zahir(a) Shram Vibhajan aur Jati Pratha – by Bhimrao Ambedkar(b) Meri Kalpana Ka Adarsh Samaj – by Bhimrao AmbedkarPOETRYThe Prescribed Pieces are:Atma Parichay – by Harivansh Rai BachchanBat Sidhi Thi Par – by Kuwar NarayanUsha – by Rameshwar Bahadur SinghBadal Rag – by Suryakant Tripathi ‘Nirala’(a) Kavitavali (Uttar Kand Se) – by Tulsidas(b) Lakshman – Murchcha Aur Ram Ka Vilap – by TulsidasIII.RAPID READER1.2.Atit Mein Dabe PauDiary Ke PanneIV.GRAMMAR & COMPOSITIONa)Compositioni)Essay Writingii)Letter Writingiii)Unseen Passage-by Om Thanviby Anne Frank

25b)Grammari)Sandhi – Sandhi Vichched Aur Sandhi Ki Pahachanii)Samas – Vigrah Aur Samas Ki Pahachaniii)Vakya – Prakar Aur RupantaranRECOMMENDED TEXTBOOKS:1.Aroh Bhag 2 – NCERT Publications.2.Vitan Bhag 2 – NCERT Publications.3.Hindi Vyakaran Aur Vyavahar – NCERT.*******

26KHASI (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1)2)3)ProsePoetryEssay (Unseen)-Total marks 1.i)ProseTextbooks RecommendedKi Syntiew Ha Ranab by W. Kharkrangii)Na Sla Ka Sohmyndur by Sweety Mon Rynjah -2.i)PoetryTextbooks RecommendedKa Samoi Jong Ka Lyer by K. S. Nongkynrih -ii)iii)Ka Jingsneng Tymmen (Part I) by R. S. Berry Ki Poetry Khasi by V. G. Bareh-iv)Na Nengpei Ki Sur Myllung by B.C. Jyrwa -3.Essay – Unseen********-40 marks45 marks15 marks100 marksPieces To Be ReadChapter 4: U Blei U Iohi IaKiei Kiei BarohChapter 5: Ban Aiti NamarKiweiChapter 3: Ki Matti ULongshwaChapter 14: Ban Ieng Ha LaKi KjatPieces To Be Readi) Tang Ki tiew Pher Ki LaWan Sei Kynthongii) Ka Prem Miet Harud KaTyllong Wah UmkhrahChapters I to XChapter 4: Tiewdohmaw HaShiteng RiatChapter 5: PyremChapter 3: Ka Por SamlaChapter 11: U Nongshnadur

27KHASI (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKS1)2)3)1.ProsePoetryGrammar and CompositionPROSERecommended Textbooks-304030Total marks 100Pieces To Be Readi)Ka Pyrkhat U Khasiby H. O. Mawrie-Chapter II: ―U Khasi bad Ka Akor‖Chapter 16: ―U Khasi Ha Ka Mariang‖ii)Ki Syntiew Ha Ranabby W. Kharkrang-Chapter 3: ―Ka Jingiakynduh Jong U Bah TaEn‖a) Bah Ta En Sa Leit Suk Ho.b) . Iaishah Bah Ta Enc) U Blei Un Kyrkhu Ia Phi Bah Ta En‖2.POETRYRecommended TextbooksPieces To Be Readi)Ki Jingsneng Tymmen (PartII) by R. S. BerryChapter I to Chapter 17ii)Ki Poetry Khasiby V. G. BarehChapter 10: ―Hapdeng Ki ‗Law Kynjah KaTlang‖Chapter 15: ―Ka Weiking‖iii)Na Nengpei Ki Sur Myllung by B. C. Jyrwa.Chapter: ―Ka Sor Shillong‖Chapter: ― Ym Dei U Nongthawiv)Ka Samoi Jong Ka Lyerby K. S. NongkynrihChapter: ―U Ren‖Chapter: ―Haba U Myntri Rangbah HaShillong U Wan Hiar,Ki Siej Jar Jar Ki Shu Iapeit Siar‖--

283.GRAMMAR & COMPOSITIONRecommended TextbookPieces To Be Readi)Ka Grammarby H. W. Sten-Chapter 4: ―Ka Adjective‖Chapter 5: ― Ka Verb‖Chapter 6: ―Ka Preposition‖Chapter 8: ―Ka Adverb‖ii)Essay:-Unseen*********

29MIZO (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSA.B.C.D.E.F.Hla (Poetry)Thu (Prose)Thawnthu leh lemchanGrammarChhiar (Pakhat, text bu pawn)ZiakTotal A.B.C.20 marks20 marks15 marks15 marks10 marks20 marks100 marksHla (Poetry)Pieces To Be Read:1.Ka Va Ngai Em Lalram Ropui2.Awmhar Huiva3.Kawltuchawia4.Khawngai Hnuchham5.Hraite Khawnge I Chûn Ve Kha6.Chhingkhual Tha Lengheri7.Zofa Kan Dinhmun Hi8.An Dang Chuang Lo Ve9.Phu Loh nkhamaRokungaLaltanpuiaL. Z. SailoSuaklianaF. RokimaT. ZorampelaThu (Prose)Pieces To Be Read:1.Buaina2.Anni Leh Keini3.Intodelh4.Hmanlai Nula Leh Tlangval Nun5Leilung Hi Pathain Siam A Ni6.Zoram Par Mawi7.Chanchin Tha Malsawmna8.Music-DarchhawnaSiamkima KhawlhringLalzuia ColneyB.LalthanglianaP. L. Liandinga (Lehlin)C. RokhumaZ. T. SangkhumaSangzualaThawnthu leh lemchanPieces To Be Read:1.Rauthla Leng (Thamnthu)2.Kalkhama Leh Lianphunga (Lemchan)

30D.GrammarPieces To Be Read:1.Mood2.Synonym & Antonym3.Tawng upa (Class X - a zir loh 100)E.ChhiarPieces To Be Read:Text Bu Pawn Lam Thuziak Naupangin An Hritthiam Dan Enna TurZirlaibu pawn (unseen passage) a mi thuziak pakhat, word 1000 vel,lakchhuah a, chumi atang chuan zawhna eng emaw zat siam tur a ni. Thumalawmzia an hriat loh zawhna mark 2 pu tel se.Thuziak chu hetiang atanga lak tur a ni:(a) Factual passage(b) Discussion passageF.ZiakPieces To Be Read:1. Essay ziak2. Report leh minute ziah. Thil thleng chanchin ziah(Thil ziah te hi ni tin chanchinbu leh School magazine a chhuah tlak tur ni se)3. Lehkhathawn: Lehkhathawn ziah ngai chi hrang hrang ziah thiam. Hengte hi zirtirtel ngei ni se(i)Sawrkara lehkha thehluh tur ziah (lehkha pangngai bakah complaint, enquiriesetc. leh a chhan letna thlengin)(ii)Kohhran leh tlawmngai pawl te hnena lehkhathawn(iii)Chanchinbu mite hnena lehkhathawn(iv)Hna dilnaBooks Recommended :a)Prose & PoetryMizo – XI (Core) – by MBSER. D. Print Tech, Near Vanapa Hall, Treasury Square,Aizawl - 796001.b)Grammar & CompositionMizo Grammar & Composition for Class XI & XII by MBSEMilan Press, Zodin Square, Aizawl - 796001.*******

31MIZO (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSA.B.C.D.E.F.Hla (Poetry)Thu (Prose)Fiction leh DramaGrammarChhiarZiakTotal 202015101520100 marksA.HLA (POETRY) To Be Read:Pi Pu Chhuahtlang Hlui – LiandalaKan Ram Nuahmah – RokungaPiallei Hmun Rem Kan Bele – DozingaTleitirah Tleitiri – Dura ChongthuAwmkhawar Lenkawl Ka Han Thlira – Van KhamaZun Phur Thing Tin Par – DamhauhvaTahlai Ni Kawklung – RomaniKhuavel i La Chhing Ngei Ang – V. ThangzamaPanlai Kei Ka Ramtuanna – Lalsangzuali SailoPhungrual an tin anga – LaithangpuiaB.THU (PROSE) To Be Read:Hnam Inpumkhatna Kawnga Tawng Pawimawhna – P. C. BiaksiamaMizo Inneih Dan – B. LalthanglianaMizo Nula Huaisen Pahnih – R. L. ThanmawiaVal Upa – DarchhawnaLung In Malsawmna – H. LallungmuanaZoram Indopui Pahnihna – C. ChhuanvawraThangualte u, Nangmahni Khawvel a Nie – P. L. Liandinga (Lehlin)Thlaa Lawn – A. SawihliraC.FICTION LEH DRAMA1.3.Pieces To Be Read:Fiction: Lali – BiaklianaDrama: Zothansangi – Vanneihtluanga

32D.GRAMMAR2.Pieces To Be Read:Applied Grammar(a) Prefix and suffix(b) Double Adverbs/Adjective AdverbsIdioms and PhrasesE.CHHIAR1.2.Portions To Be Read:Zirlai bu pawn lam thuziak pahnih hetiang hian lak turani:Thumal 500-600 inkar10 marksThumal 300-400 inkar05 marksMark 10 pu zawk hi zawhna chi hrang hrang, thuziak awnzia an man leh man lohenna tur ania Tin, thurnal awmzia an hriat dan enna tur mark 2 a awm ang.1.F.1.ZIAKThuphuah tawi – Advertisement, notice, inneih sawmna, lungphun hriattirna,poster, form filled up etc.05 marks2.Report emaw, thil thleng chanchin mi thusawi atanga ziak (Thumal 80 – 100)lekhathawn chi hrang leh mi lekkhathawn chhan05 marks3.Thuziak sei (article etc.) – Chanchibua chhuahtlak tura topic hrang hrang thuziak(Thumal 150 – 200)10 marksRECOMMENDED TEXTBOOKS1.Mizo – XII (Core) by MBSE- St. Joseph‘s Press, Tlangnuam, Aizawl – 796005.2.Mizo Grammar & Composition for Classes XI & XII by MBSE- Milan Press, Zodin Square, Aizawl – 796001.******

33NEPALI (MIL)CLASS – XIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSSection ASection BSection CSection DLiterature(a) Short Story(b) Essay(c) PoetryGrammarReading UnseenComposition and Writing-Total 20 marks20 marks20 marks15 marks10 marks15 marks100 marksSection A: Literature(a)Story – The following stories are to be read:(i) MadhuIndra Sundas(ii) Mero Auta NagahukiHari Prasad Gorkha Rai(iii) ChimekiGuru Prasad Mainali(iv) AamaBikram Bir Thapa(b)Essay – The following stories are to be read:(i) Virharu(ii) Nepali Sanskritima Madal Ko Sthan(iii) Hamro Sanskriti(iv) Nakal-(c)Poetry – The following poems are to be read :(i) Nav YuvakMadhav Ghimire(ii) BhikariLaximi Prasad Devkota(iii) Hami BahadurAgam Singh Giri(iv) Barsha WicharLekhnath Paudyal(v) Vidyarthi SitaMani Singh Thapa(vi) ShillongKrishana Prasad Gewali(20 marks)(20 marks)Laximi Prasad DevkotaLil Bahadur ChettriKrishna Prasad GewaliRubi Neupane(20 marks)Section B: Grammar: The following chapters are to be read:(i) Swar Varna(ii) Vanjan Varna(iii) Matra Parichaya(iv) Wakya Parichaya(v) Samas(vi) Ukhan Ra Tukka(15 marks)Section C: Reading (Unseen)(10 marks)

34Section D: Composition and Writing(i) Comprehension Writing(ii) Essay Writing(iii) Letter WritingTextbook Prescribed:1.Uchha Madhyamik Nepali Sahitya- by Textbook Committee (Nepali) Shillong – 2.2.Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaran Ra Rachana- by Shree Raj Prakashan, Darjeeling3.Ramro Rachana Mitho Nepali- by Krishna Prasad Parajuli Sahayogi Press, Kathmandu*********(15 marks)

35NEPALI (MIL)CLASS – XIIDISTRIBUTION OF MARKSSection A – LiteratureSection B – GrammarSection C – Reading (Unseen)Section D – Composition and Writing Total Section A – LiteratureI. marks15 marks10 marks15 marks100 marks- 60 marksPROSEThe Prescribed Short Stories are:Paral Ko Aago – Guru Prasad MainaliLogne – Puskar ShamsherShatr

ENGLISH CORE CLASS - XII DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS 1. Prose - 25 marks 2. Poetry - 25 marks 3. Supplementary Reader - 15 marks 4. Grammar & Composition a) Reading - 10 marks b) Writing - 10 marks c) Grammar Usages - 15 marks Total 100 marks I. Prose Pieces To Be Read: 1. Indigo - by Louis Fischer 2.

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