HOLIDAY HOME WORK
CLASS XI 201819
ENGLISH
XI (A,B,C)
1. Shloka Vaidya Nathan is the Head Girl of Raman Vidyalaya, Rohtak. She and some other students of the school are touched by the plight of the slum kids who would love to be educated but can’t because of poor economic conditions. They wish to make a difference by teaching these kids. They decided to invite other students for the same purpose, Write a notice, not exceeding 50 words, making an appeal for generous help.
2. Your school is organizing its Annual Sports Day. Draft an invitation to be sent to the parents.
3. You are Kaizim/Kumud of 148. Raja Nagar, Delhi. You are awaiting your class 12^{th} result. Meanwhile, you would like to do a short term course on Etiquette Development and Personality Enhancement. Write a letter to the Director, Personal Care, Hyderabad enquiring about the course details.
4. Read the newspaper everyday. Find out 2 new words from the newspaper everyday and write their meanings for 30 days.
Note: The holiday homework should be done in English grammar register only.
PHYSICS SET I
QI: Solve the assignment given below:
ASSIGNMENT
Q1. Write the dimensional formulae for the following physical quantities:
(i)Pressure gradient (ii) Electric charge (iii) Impulse (iv) Coefficient of viscosity (v) Surface tension (vi) Planck’s constant Q2. By the use of dimensions, show that force per unit area is equal to the pressure. Q3. Taking velocity, time and force as the fundamental quantities find the dimensions of mass.
Q4. Convert 5 Newton force into its C.G.S. unit (dyne). Q5.Find the value of 100J on a system which has 20cm, 250g and half minute as fundamental units of length, mass and time.
Q6. Find the dimensions of a/b in the equation: F=a √x +bt^{2},where F is force, x is distance and t is time.
Q7. Find the dimensions of the terms a, b, c in equation v= at +b/t +c.
Q8.Derive the following relationships using dimensions: (a) The velocity ‘v’ of a wave along a plucked string depends on the tension ‘T’ in the string, its length ‘l’ and the mass ‘m’ of the string. (b)The terminal velocity ‘v’ of a steel sphere moving under gravity through a viscous liquid depends on the weight of the sphere ‘mg’, the coefficient of viscosity ’η’ and the radius of the sphere ‘r’.
Q9. The percentage error in the measurement of the volume of a sphere is 6%. What is the percentage error in the measurement of surface area?
Q10.The refractive index was found to be1.54,1.53,1.51,1.50,1.52 in successive measurements. Calculate the refractive index of glass and the percentage error in its measurement.
Q11. In an experiment to determine the value Young’s modulus of elasticity of a steel wire using the formula Y= M g l /πr^{2}e the percentage errors in the measurement of m, l, r and e were 2%,1%,2% and 1% respectively. Find the percentage error incurred in the measurement of Y.
Q12. The initial and final temperatures of a water bath are (21.0+0.5) C and (42.5+0.5) C. What is the rise in temperature of the water bath and the greatest fractional error in the determination of the rise in temperature.
Q13.Determine the density of a sphere if its radius r=(2.540+0.005)cm and mass m=(27.5+0.5)g. π=3.14
Q14. Two resistors R_{1}= (6.0+0.1)? and R_{2}= (3.0+0.1)? are connected in (i) series and (ii) parallel. Find the error for each combination.
Q15. Distinguish between the terms precision and accuracy of a measurement.
II Solve the following:
i.ò(4x^{2} + 6x + 7)dx ii. ò(Öx – 1 )^{2} dx iii. ò4e^{5x} dx
Öx
III Differentiate the following w.r.t. x
i.sin 2x ii. x^{2} iii. (x^{2} + 3) (x^{4}  8) dx
tan x
PHYSICS SET II
QI: Solve the assignment given below:
ASSIGNMENT
Q1. Verify the dimensional correctness of the following relations:
(i) v = u+at [v final velocity, u initial velocity, a acceleration, t time, sdisplacement]
(ii) s = ut + (½)at^{2}
(iii) V = IR + W/Q + P/I [Icurrent, R Resistance, W work, Q charge, P power]
(iv) v^{2} + u^{2} = 2aS
Q2. The frequency of a wave moving on a string is known to depend upon the mass per unit length of the string (m), its length (l) and the tension in the string (t) . Use dimensional analysis to obtain a relation for it.
Q3. Find the dimensions of A, B and C if s is distance, g is acceleration due to gravity and t is the time: S = A t + B g+ Ct^{2}
Q4. Two resistors R_{1}= (8.0+0.1)? and R_{2}= (9.0+0.1)? are connected in (i) series and (ii) parallel. Find the error for each combination.
Q5.Which of the following have same dimensions: (i) Force, pressure, stress. (ii) Work, energy, force. (iii) momentum, velocity, impulse
Q6.The force experienced by a moving charge is given by : F= q v B sinφ, where q is charge, v is its velocity and B is the magnetic induction. Find the dimensions of the magnetic induction.
Q7. In a particular system unit of length, mass and time are chosen to be 10cm, 10 g and 0.1second respectively. What will be the unit of force in this system?
Q8.The area of a square plate is calculated by measuring the length to be 5.5 cm. If the scale used has a least count of 0.1 cm then what is the maximum percentage error in the area?
Q9.What will be the measure of the pressure exerted by the earth’s atmosphere at the sea level of measured in cgs system of units. [Given 1 atmospheric pressure =105 N/m ^{2} ].
Q10. Convert 5 Newton force into its C.G.S. unit (dyne). Q11. Find the dimensions of a/b in the equation: F=a √x +bt^{2}, where F is force, x is distance and t is time.
Q12. Find the dimensions of the terms a, b, c in equation v= at +b/t +c.
Q13.Derive the following relationships using dimensions: (a) The velocity ‘v’ of a wave along a plucked string depends on the tension ‘T’ in the string, its length ‘l’ and the mass ‘m’ of the string. (b)The terminal velocity ‘v’ of a steel sphere moving under gravity through a viscous liquid depends on the weight of the sphere ‘mg’, the coefficient of viscosity ’η’ and the radius of the sphere ‘r’.
Q14: Determine the density of a sphere if its radius r = (2.540+0.005)cm and mass m=(27.5+0.5)g. π=3.14
II Find (dy/dx) when
i. 1 ii. x^{5} – 5 iii (x^{2} + 3)(x^{4} – 8) iv (x+x1)
Öx 2 x^{2} x^{2} – x – 1
III Integrate the following functions w.r.t. x,
i. x^{3} ii. x^{2} + 1 iii. òxsinx dx iv òtan^{2} x dx
x
CHEMISTRY ASSIGNMENT – 1
CHAPTER  SOME BASIC CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY
Q1. What is difference between precision & accuracy?
Q2. Find no. of significant fig. in (i) π (ii) 0.00370 (iii) 5.0 (iv) 5×10^{3}
Q3. Define 1a.m.u.
Q4 1L of gas at STP weigh 1.97g what is molecular mass of gas?
Q5. Explain law of multiple proportions giving an example.
Q6. 4L of water is added to 2L of 6 molar HClsolutions. What is molarity of resulting solution?
Q7. What volume of 10M HCl& 3M HCl should be mixed to obtained 1L of 6M HCl solution.
Q8. A compound has 93.70% carbon and 6.29% hydrogen. If its molar mass is 128g mol^{1}, calculate its molecular formula. [C_{10}H_{8}]
Q9. If 6.023×10^{23} molecules of N_{2} react completely with H_{2} according to the equation:
N_{2(g)} + 3H_{2(g)} → 2NH_{3(g)},
Then calculate the no. of molecules of NH_{3} formed. [1.204×10^{24}]
Q10. Convert the following into basic units:
(i) 28.7 pm (ii) 15.15 pm (iii) 25365 mg
Q11. Calculate the mass of sodium acetate required to make 500 ml of 0.375 molar aqueous solution. Molar mass of sodium acetate is 82.0245g mol^{1}. [15.3795g]
Q12. If the density of methanol is 0.793 kgL^{1}, what is its volume needed for making 2.5L of its 0.25M solution? [25.22 ml]
Q13. Use the data given in the following table to calculate the molar mass of naturally occurring argon isotopes: [39.94 g/mol]
Isotope

Isotopic molar mass

Abundance

^{36}Ar

35.96755 g mol^{1}

0.337%

^{38}Ar

37. 96272 g mol^{1}

0.063%

^{40}Ar

39.9624 g mol1

99.600%

Q14. The density of 3M solution of NaCl is 1.25 g mol^{1}. Calculate the molality of the solution.
[2.79 mol/kg]
Q15. Hydrogen gas is prepared in the laboratory by reacting dilute HCl with granulated zinc. Following reactions takes place.
Zn + 2HCl → ZnCl_{2} +H_{2}
Calculate the volume of hydrogen gas liberated at STP when 32.65g of zinc reacts with HCl.
1 mol of a gas occupies 22.7L volume at STP; atomic mass of Zn = 65.3u. [11.35L]
CHEMISTRY ASSIGNMENT – 2
CHAPTER  SOME BASIC CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY
Q1. Find no. of significant fig. in (i) 22/7 (ii) 0.003780 (iii) 5.30 (iv) 53×10^{3}
Q2. Define unified mass.
Q3 1L of gas at STP weigh 1.57g what is molecular mass of gas?
Q4. Explain law of constant proportion giving an example.
Q5. 5L of water is added to 3L of 7 molar HClsolution. What is molarity of resulting solution?
Q6. Calculate the volume of water which could be added to 20ml of 0.65M HCL to dilute the solution to 0.2M? [45ml]
Q7. A solution is prepared by dissolving 11g glucose in 200cm^{3 }water at 30^{o}C. What is the mass percentage of glucose in solution? The density of water at 30^{o}C is 0.996 glcm^{3}? [5.23%]
Q8. Calculate the mass percentage of aspirin (C_{9}H_{8}O_{4}) in acetonitrile (CH_{3}CN) when 6.5g of C_{9}H_{8}O_{4} is dissolved in 450g of CH_{3}CN. [1.424%]
Q9. If the density of some lake water is 1.25g ml^{1} and contains 92g of Na^{+}ions per Kg of water, calculate the molality of Na^{+} ions in the lake. [4m]
Q10. A sample of drinking water was found to be severely contaminated with chloroform (CHCl_{3}) supposed to be a carcinogen. The level of contamination was 15ppm (by mass):
(i) Express this in percent by mass [1.5×10^{3}%]
(ii) Determine the molality of chloroform in the water sample. [119.5g mol^{1}]
Q11. Find the molality and molarity of a 15% solution of H_{2}SO_{4}when its density is 1.10 glcm^{3} and molar mass=98amu. [1.68M, 1.8m]
Q12. Calculate the mole fraction of ethanol and water in a sample of rectified spirit which contains 46% ethanol by mass? [0.25, 0.75]
Q13. Calculate the molarity of each of the following solutions: (a) 30g of Co(NO_{3})_{2} . 6H_{2}O in 4.3L of solution (b) 30 ml of 0.5M H_{2}SO_{4} diluted to 500ml. [0.023M, 0.03M]
Q14. Calculate the mol fraction of benzene in solution containing 30% by mass in carbon tetrachloride. [0.4545 mol]
Q15. (i) What is limiting reactant?
(ii) Oxygen is prepared by catalytic decomposition of potassium chlorate (KClO_{3}). Decomposition of potassium chlorate gives potassium chloride (KCl) and oxygen (O_{2}). If
2.4 mol of oxygen is needed for an experiment, how many grams of potassium chlorate must be decomposed? (At. mass of K=39, Cl=35.5, O=16) [196g]
Biology (SET I)
1. Define the following:
i. Growth
ii. Metamerism
iii. Bioluminescence
iv. Notochord
v. Spawning
vi. Poikilothermous
vii. Operculum
viii. Spore
ix. Lichen
2. Differentiate between the following:
i. Coelomate and pseudocoelomate animals
ii. Angiosperms and gymnosperms
3. Significance of water vascular system in Echinodermata.
4. All vertebrates are chordates but not all chordates are vertebrates. Justify the statement.
5. Write a short note on porifera.
6. Write down the economic and ecological importance of Algae.
7. Write down the ecological and economic importance of Bryophytes.
8. Draw the diagram of Bacteriophage.
9. Make a chart related any topic given in Biology NCERT book.
10. Complete practical file.
Biology (SET II)
1. Define the following:
i. Methanogens
ii.Hetrocyst of cynobacteria
iii. Species
iv. Mycoplasma
v.Pyrenoids
vi. Viroids
vii. Gametophyte
viii. Coelom
ix. Gamete
2. Differentiate between the following:
i. Chordates and nonchordates
ii. Radial and bilateral symmetry
3. Draw the life cycle of an angiosperm.
4. Explain syngamy.
5. Write down the steps involved in sexual reproduction of Bryophytes.
6. Draw the diagram of TMV.
7. Write down the basic steps involve in sexual reproduction of fungi.
8. What is diatomaceous earth write down its significance.
9. Make a chart related to any topic given in Biology NCERT book.
10. Complete practical file.
C.S. (Assignment No. 1)
Note : Take the printouts of the following programs as well as their output screen for project file.
1. WAP in C++ that reads temperature in Celsius and display it in Fahrenheit. (Hint: F =(((0.5)*C)+32)
2. Assuming that there are 7.481 gallons in cubic foot, Write a program that asks the user to enter the number of gallons, and then display the equivalent in cubic feet. (Hint: 1 cubic foot = 7.481 gallon)
3. WAP in C++ that accepts radius of a circle and prints its area. (Hint: pie = 3.14, area = pie(r*r))
4. WAP in C++ that accepts marks in 5 subject and output its average marks.
5. WAP in C++ to accept two integers and print their Sum, Difference, Product,Quotient & Remainder.
6. WAP in C++ to display ASCII code of a character and viceversa.
7. WAP in C++ to calculate the perimeter of a rectangle. ( Hint : Perimeter = 2* (l+b))
8. WAP in C++ to calculate the simple interest.
9. WAP in C++ to convert a given number of days into years, weeks and days.
10. WAP in C++ that accepts a character between a to j and prints next 4 characters.
11. WAP in C++ that accepts height in centimeters and then converts the height to feet and inches.
( Hints : 1 foot =12 inches, 1 inches = 2.54cm)
12. WAP in C++ to convert given inches into its equivalent yards, feet and inches.
(Hints1 yard= 36 inches, 1foot =12 inches)
13. WAP in C++ that swaps two given integer (reads two integer and exchange their contents) and display the exchanged values of the integer.
14. WAP in C++ that accepts the number of players, and then gives the number of teams( 5 members in each team) and number of players left over.
15. WAP in C++ to accept radius and print area of a sphere (Area = 4πr2 ).
16. WAP to read a number n and print n^{2}, n^{3} and n^{4}.
17. WAP to find area of a triangle. (Area=√s(sa)(sb)(sc))
18. WAP that generates the following output :
20 (Assign value 20 to a variable using =.
40 Multiply it with 2 to generate 40
39 and subtract 1 to generate 39)
19. WAP to read values of w, x, y and z and display the value of p, where
20. WAP to generate the following table : (Use single cout statement for output  \n and \t)
Year No of students in school
2012 2500
2013 2650
2014 2800
2015 3200
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ASSIGNMENT NO. 2
COMPUTER SCIENCE

ASSIGNMENT NO. 2
COMPUTER SCIENCE


Q1. Convert the following:
1. (1101100)_{2 } = ( )_{10}
2. (101010)_{2 } = ( )_{10}
3. (23)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
4. (13)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
5. (106)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
6. (38.21)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
7. (22.25)_{10 }= ( )_{2}
8. (0.52)_{10 }= ( )_{2}
9. (11011110101110)_{2 }= ( )_{16}
10. (10011011101)_{2 }= ( )_{16}
11. (11111011110101)_{2 }= ( )_{8}
12. (885.64)_{10 } = ( )_{16}
13. (72905 )_{10 } = ( )_{16}
14. (678920)_{10 } = ( )_{16}
15. (011001)_{2 }= ( )_{8}
16. (36)_{8 } = ( )_{10}
17. (3674)_{8 } = ( )_{2}
18. (3576)_{8 } = ( )_{2}
19. (7015)_{8 } = ( )_{2}
20. (2AF)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
21. (56.08)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
22. (A13B)_{16 } = ( )_{8}
23. (ABCD)_{16 } = ( )_{8}
24. (7AB4)_{16 } = ( )_{2}
25. (4A8C)_{16 } = ( )_{2}
26. (FACE)_{16 } = ( )_{2}
27. (9C)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
28. (2C9)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
29. (EB4A)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
30. (B2F)_{16} = ( )_{8}
Q2. Find the two’s complement of the followings:
a. 41 b. 56 c. 27
Q3. Find the eight bit two’s complement of the followings:
a. 10 b. 52 c. 123

Q1. Convert the following:
1. (1101100)_{2 } = ( )_{10}
2. (101010)_{2 } = ( )_{10}
3. (23)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
4. (13)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
5. (106)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
6. (38.21)_{10 } = ( )_{2}
7. (22.25)_{10 }= ( )_{2}
8. (0.52)_{10 }= ( )_{2}
9. (11011110101110)_{2 }= ( )_{16}
10. (10011011101)_{2 }= ( )_{16}
11. (11111011110101)_{2 }= ( )_{8}
12. (885.64)_{10 } = ( )_{16}
13. (72905 )_{10 } = ( )_{16}
14. (678920)_{10 } = ( )_{16}
15. (011001)_{2 }= ( )_{8}
16. (36)_{8 } = ( )_{10}
17. (3674)_{8 } = ( )_{2}
18. (3576)_{8 } = ( )_{2}
19. (7015)_{8 } = ( )_{2}
20. (2AF)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
21. (56.08)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
22. (A13B)_{16 } = ( )_{8}
23. (ABCD)_{16 } = ( )_{8}
24. (7AB4)_{16 } = ( )_{2}
25. (4A8C)_{16 } = ( )_{2}
26. (FACE)_{16 } = ( )_{2}
27. (9C)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
28. (2C9)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
29. (EB4A)_{16 } = ( )_{10}
30. (B2F)_{16} = ( )_{8}
Q2. Find the two’s complement of the followings:
b. 41 b. 56 c. 27
Q3. Find the eight bit two’s complement of the followings:
b. 10 b. 52 c. 123





P.H.E.
Note: Whole written work should be done in your Physical Education note book.
1. Prepare a coloured labled, diagram of ‘TRACK’ on a chart paper. It should include all events playgrounds of track & field activity.
2. Explain the Origin of Ancient & Modern Olympic Games.
3. Write short notes in brief on the following
a. Olympic Motto
b. Olympic Flag
c. Olympic Flame
d. Olympic Awards
e. Olympic Oath
4. Write a note on Chacha Nehru Sports Award.
5. Discuss about Paralymiclames in detail.
6. What are the various career options in physical education. Discuss about these careers in details.
7. What do you mean by special Olympic Bharat? Discuss its mission, vision and achievements in detail.
SHANTI GYAN NIKETAN SR. SEC. PUBLIC SCHOOL
HOLIDAY HOME WORK
CLASS XI 201819
ENGLISH
1. Read chapter 110 of the novel, The Invisible Man thoroughly and write the summary of the chapters in 120150 words.
2. What was strange about the Invisible Man in the introduction scene of the novel? (120150 words)
3. Write the character sketch of the following in 120150 words.
a. Mrs. Hall
b. Mr. Hall
c. Teddy Henfrey
d. Griffin
Note: The work should be done neatly in English Literature Register.
ECONOMICS
SET I
1. Define economics.
2. What is meant by an economic problem?
3. State the two characteristics of resources.
4. What is the problem of choice?
5. Why does the problem of choice arise?
6. What is the problem of resource allocation?
7. Define micro economics.
8. Give two examples of micro economic studies.
9. State one principal difference between micro economics and macro economics.
10. What do you mean by positive economics?
11. What is meant by an economy? What are its different types?
12. What is ppc?
13. What does movement along ppc mean?
14. State the two principal characteristics of ppc?
15. Explain the problem of “what to produce”?
16. What does slope of ppc show?
17. When can ppc be a straight line?
18. Define opportunity cost.
19. What is marginal rate of transformation?
20. Write the assumptions of ppc.
ECONOMICS (SET II)
1. What do you mean by ‘Statistics’?
2. Give the features of ‘statistics’.
3. Distinguish between primary data and secondary data.
4. Briefly explain the functions of statistics.
5. What do you mean by policies?
6. Describe the main stages of statistics and the related tools.
7. “Statistics is defined as aggregate of numerical facts.” Give an example.
8. Explain the scope of statistics.
9. Mark the following statements as true or false:
a. Statistics can only deal with quantitative data.
b. Statistics solves economic problems.
c. Statistics is in of no use to economics with data.
10. Define statistics as a singular noun.
11. Define statistics in plural sense.
12. What is meant by descriptive statistics?
13. Define data what are the main sources of data?
14. What are the main methods of collecting primary data?
15. What is meant by direct personal investigation? Give its merits and demerits.
16. What are the main sources of secondary data?
17. Define the terms (i) investigator (ii) enumerator (iii) respondent
18. Write a short note on the following
a. Census of India
b. Reports and survey office
National sample survey office (N.S.S.O.)
19. Distinguish between direct personal investigation and indirect oral investigation.
20. What will be the kind of data published by the railway deptt. Regarding the progress of railway for an investigator?
P.H.E.
Note: Whole written work should be done in your Physical Education note book.
8. Prepare a coloured labled, diagram of ‘TRACK’ on a chart paper. It should include all events playgrounds of track & field activity.
9. Explain the Origin of Ancient & Modern Olympic Games.
10. Write short notes in brief on the following
a. Olympic Motto
b. Olympic Flag
c. Olympic Flame
d. Olympic Awards
e. Olympic Oath
11. Write a note on Chacha Nehru Sports Award.
12. Discuss about Paralymiclames in detail.
13. What are the various career options in physical education. Discuss about these careers in details.
14. What do you mean by special Olympic Bharat? Discuss its mission, vision and achievements in detail.
Business Studies (Set A)
1. A is getting fees from his economic activity whereas B is getting profit from her economic activity. State the nature of their activities.
2. Vijay sells his mobile to his friend at a profit of Rs. 1,000. Will it be considered as a business? Name and explain the characteristic of business which is being highlighted in the given case.
3. “An activity can be an economic activity in one situation and noneconomic in another situation”. Do you agree? Give an example to justify the given statement.
4. Classify the following into primary, secondary and tertiary industries.
a Banking b. Oil Refinery c. Sugar Indusdry
d Warehousing e. Mining
5. Explain the concept of business risk and its causes.
6. What is the role of profit in business?
7. Why is commerce considered as the back bone of industry and other business activities.
8. Explain the social objectives of business.
9. Explain any two business activities which are auxiliaries to trade.
10. Revise ch1 for test.
Business Studies (Set – 2)
1. What do you mean by an economic activity?
2. Name the economic activity in which specialized knowledge is required.
3. Define business
4. Briefly explain the characteristics of business.
5. Explain different types of economic activities.
6. Name any two factors kept in mind while setting up an enterprise.
7. Why do businessmen earn profit?
8. Define risk.
9. Why is commerce considered as the backbone of industry and other business activities?
10. Name the service which is related to the following cases.
a. The service which helps in removing hindrance of knowledge.
b. The service which helps in removing hindrance of exchange.
c. The service which helps in removing hindrance of place.
11. Why is business considered as an economic activity?
12. Compare business with profession and employment.
13. What is meant by primary industry?
14. Explain the role of profit in the business.
15. Draw a chart showing the classification of business activities.
16. Explain the difference between industry , commerce and trade.
17. What are the types of utilities created by a business?
18. Name the economic activities in which following people are involved
a. Bhuvan who is practicing as chartered accountant.
b. Piyush running a shop to sell autospare parts.
c. Rishab working as manager in a bank.
19. Why does a business man willingly under take business risk?
20. Describe the activities relating to commerce.
Political Science
1. What do you understand by constitution?
2. Why we need constitution?
3. Write a short note on the constituent assembly?
4. Explain the function of a constitution?
5. Which principles are taken from U.S.A. constitution?
6. Write a short note on the necessity of Preamble in a constitution?
7. Explain the difference between Parliamentary and Presidential form of government.
8. Is India a republic? Give some points in support of your answer.
9. What do you mean by the term ‘Secular’?
10. Explain the term fraternity?
11. Explain the main features of Indian Constitution. Give points in support of your answer.
12. “ Indian constitution is a bag of borrowing documents.” Give points in support of your answer.
13. Write briefly the meaning of the word liberty.
Accountancy
1. Visit any bank and collect the various forms i.e.
a. Account opening form
b. Pay in slip,
c. D.D. slip, fixed deposit form etc.
d. Revise and learn chapter 1 & 2.
2. Make a ppt of any one topic (minimum 10 slides) a. Banking System b. GST
3. Revise and learn chapter 1 & 2.