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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

CBSE Question Paper for Class XII of Year 2008

CBSE Question Paper for Class XII of Year 2008

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Question Papers for Mathematics, Social Science & Science of Year 2008 of Class X of CBSE

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CBSE Previous Year Question Papers For Class 10 & 10+2

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Science (Theory)

Mathematics

Social Science

Sanskrit Communicative

English Language & Literature

English Communicative

Hindi Course - A

Hindi Course - B

Urdu Course A & B

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Sample Question Papers 2009 for Class 10+2 of CBSE

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Business Studies - Paper-I


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Economics - Paper-I

Economics - Paper-II


Political Science

Accountancy

Sociology

Psychology

Physical Education

Computer Science - Set-I

Computer Science - Set-II

Information Practices - Paper-I

Information Practices - Paper-II


Multimedia and Web Technologies - Paper-I


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Sample Question Papers for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology 2009 (Class 10+2) of CBSE

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Sample Question Papers for English 2009 (Class 10+2) of CBSE

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Sample Question Paper for English Elective 2009 (Class 10+2) of CBSE

ENGLISH ELECTIVE
CODE NO. 001
CLASS XII
SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER

Time Allowed : 3 hours
Maximum Marks : 100 Marks

General Instructions
1. Question Nos. 1-4 are compulsory
2. Attempt either Question 5 or 6
3. Your answer should be to the point. Stick to word limit given.

Section A : Reading
Read the following passage and answer the questions 6 x 2 = 12 Marks

1.a)I can still remember my first encounter with the fear of supernatural. I was about 8 years old and my younger brother Sonu was 7. We lived in Meghalaya – a really beautiful part of India, and this was long before civilization really came to that part of the country. We were allotted a huge bungalow, complete with outhouse and servants quarters and sprawling lawns. The net result was that we were isolated from the hoi polloi .

It was about mid June, on a Saturday, my brother and I had just finished dinner. Our parents had gone to the club when it started raining in earnest. Father rang up to tell us that they would not be driving home in the storm and that we should lock the house up from inside after informing the guards. Now this left us alone in the huge house in the middle of what appeared to us in the night like a huge jungle. All of a sudden, there was a huge crack of lightning and the power failed. I was in my bed at that time – and started quaking with fear. My younger brother came running into my room absolutely terrified. Dee … dee, can I sleep with you ?

Now I could not admit that I was scared too. So like a very brave elder sister … I took charge. I smiled and told him “Sure, but let’s play knots and crosses”, a game he hated and I was addicted to. He agreed making a face. Both of us together lit a lamp, got out our pencils and some paper and started playing. As time went by, it was more like a night without parents and we were savouring our independence. We took the lamp and went to the kitchen, got ourselves some cookies, chips and sodas, and had a party. Then we sat down to laugh and discuss the daily happenings in school. The fear receded and we felt very brave and grown up – two children in a 7 bedroom house all alone. We both pretended that it was quite okay and together we could face anything. Soon the oil in the lamp went down and the wick needed trimming, the lamp-light became dim. So we decided that we should sleep together and got into my bed for the night.

There was a loud crash followed by a huge earthquake that woke us up. All pretence at bravery was over. The lamp had gone out and we did not even know what time it was. On the top of that, we could not find the matches. I had started crying and it was Sonu’s turn to be the brave macho brother. Both of us held hands, I was holding the lamp and we walked to the kitchen, Sonu leading the way. That walk is etched in my memory – a wooden floor with creaky floor boards, an open window slamming again and again in the storm, and tree branches rustling and groaning in the storm. We never reached the kitchen. We had reached the living room, which overlooked the boundary wall of the bungalow lawns – about a mile away. From the distance we could see the wall on and off in the flickering lightening. And all our fears were realized !!!! On the wall looking straight at us in the flickering light were two heads. I forgot all reserves and started wailing. The lamp slipped and fell out of my hands and broke. Sonu somehow managed to hold on to me and take me to the two seater sofa close by. Both of us sat down on the sofa with our eyes focused on the wall. We could not take our eyes away from the two people peering at us. I whispered to Sonu “Shall we scream for the guards” , Sonu did not even waste a minute and started yelling “Chowkidaar, chowkidaar” but most probably the guards were sitting inside the room, away from the cold rain and could not hear the screams of a terrified 7 year old boy. I had lost my voice and could not say anything – all efforts brought just a quavering “Help … bachao” from me.

Both of us kept sitting on the couch – our horrified eyes fixed on the heads that were looking at us menacingly all through the night. After a while, the tears and fear took its toll on us and we drifted into an uneasy sleep, cuddled into each other. I woke up with a start in the morning, weak sunbeams lighting up the room …. Our parents had just come home. Father and Mother came in to the house and saw us both on the couch, and woke us up. We had eyes for nothing but the boundary wall. What we saw had us speechless. Some one had apparently picked up coconuts from the palms growing near the gate, and placed on the wall were two halved coconut shells, and we had actually spent the entire night petrified because of two coconut shells.

1 What does the child remember about the bungalow? 2
2. What happened as result of lightning? What was the children’s reaction? 2
3. Why did Sonu agree to play knots and crosses? 2
4. How did the children enjoy the night without parents? 2
5. How were all pretences of bravery over? 2
6. When did the truth about the ghost come to light? 2

1.b) Read the following poem and answer the questions that follow: (8 marks)

This is a poem by war poet - Siegfred Sassoon. It describes the atmosphere when peace was finally declared after WW2 , so evocatively...

EVERYONE SANG

Everyone suddenly burst out singing;
And I was filled with such delight
As prisoned birds must find in freedom,
Winging wildly across the white
Orchards and dark-green fields; on--on--and out of sight.

Everyone's voice was suddenly lifted;
And beauty came like the setting sun ;
My heart was shaken with tears; and horror
Drifted away...O, but Everyone
Was a bird; and the song was wordless; the singing will never be done.

Seigfred Sassoon

1. List out any four things that people felt when peace was declared after World War II 2
2. Setting of sun is a common sigh t. What makes it special on that day? 2
3. Point out a simile in the poem? 1
4. Give an example of alliteration from the poem 1
5. Complete the following :- 2

When peace was established everyone suddenly began to _________ .The song filled the poet with great happiness just as the _______ ______when they are set free. They fly _______ across the sky. The whole thing was so beautiful that the poet was moved to __________. The horror of war gradually drifted away. Every one, like a bird sang songs that had no words and the singing seemed never to end.

Section B – Writing
2.a)

1) India entered into the 61st year of Independence. You watched a lot of programmes showing the struggle and sacrifice of many leaders and of common men & women. You feel very strongly feel that this freedom must not be lost at any cost and the youth alone can take up the responsibility of building the India of tomorrow. Write an essay in about 150-200 words to this effect :- 10

OR

2) The newspapers have been reporting that many old people are left alone in their native places when their children settle down in other places. Life becomes lonely and difficult for them. They have to depend on outsiders. You feel that they certainly need better care. Write an essay in about 100-200 words.

2 .b) Study of arts and humanities helps us to become sensitized individuals. Study of the sciences helps us to develop a rational temperament required in the modern age. An individual who combines sensitivity and rational temperament is the one who can contribute to society meaningfully. Prepare a speech to express your opinion on this topic in about 150-200 words 10

Section C – Applied Grammar

3.a) In the passage given below, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in your sheet. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. 10 x ½ = 5

There two types of exercises _________
prescribed clients diagnosed _________
osteoporosis. Weight bearing _________
activities walking, stair climbing, _________
jogging etc. and resistance exercises performed _________
with free weights or machine weights
used the gym. _________
Swimming a non-weight bearing _________
exercise, but considered as a
part of exercise regimen osteoporosis. _________
Exercises prescribed _________
depending the severity of condition. _________

3.b) Read the following report. Complete the paragraph using the information given below in your own words.
5 x 1 = 5

Delhi lawyer stabbed outside the court
1 New Delhi Bar association secretary said,
2 “I was standing outside my chamber with fellow lawyers.
3 Aman kumar came out rushing towards us
4 He was bleeding profusely”.
5 Aman Kumar said, “ I have been attacked by a group of men outside the gate. They took away all my cash and mobile phone”.
6 Secretary, “ I took him to the Hindu Rao Hospital in my car”.
New Delhi Bar Association Secretary reported that _________ with fellow lawyers when __________ bleeding profusely. Aman Kumar informed _____________outside the gate. He also said that ____________ robbed of all his cash and mobile phone. The secretary then _________to Hindu Rao Hospital in his car.

Section D - Literature


4 .a) Choose two of the following extracts and answer the questions that follow: 4 x 2 =8

1) Finally she lay dying
In her eighty sixth year
A woman wearied by compromise
Her legs quilted with arthritis
And with only a hard cough
For comfort
I looked deep into her eyes
Her poor bleary eyes
And prayed that she would not grieve
So much about the house

a. Explain the phrase-‘wearied by compromise’ 2
b. What responsibility does the speaker have towards the house? 2
2 ‘Gentlemen, would you be so kind as to explain to my son exactly what happened on that day…..

a. What had the speaker been accused of? 2
b. Why was it important to the speaker that the matter be explained to the son? 2

3 We have curious ideas of ourselves. We think of ourselves as a body with a spirit in it, or a body with a soul it, or a body with a mind in it.

a. What do people think of themselves? 2
b. Why is it called a curious idea? What is the truth? 2

4.b) Answer any two of the following questions in about 100 words each 6 +6 =12

1) Girish Karnad’s brilliance is at its best in his play ‘Broken Images’. Comment on the technique of the play.
2) What prompts Issac Azimov to say that science fiction is a literary universe of no mean size?
3) ‘‘It is not the actions of a character in a short story but the whole range of emotions, that cause the actions that contribute to its plot’. How does the statement apply to Eveline’s final decision?

4.c) Answer any five of the following questions in about 60 words each. 4x 5 = 20

1) Why is modern film making like a walk on a tight rope without a net?
2) How is slavery to nature better than slavery to man?
3) Why is Shakespeare called the son of memory?
4) Explain the lines ‘ And mutual fear brings peace, Till the selfish loves increase’?
5) How far do you think Frau Frieda was honest in her dealings with others? Why do you think so?
6) Dr. Margolin met Raizel at a wedding in Brownsville and wanted to marry her according to Jewish law. What made him realize that he could not do so?

NOTE : Attempt either question 5 OR 6

5 .a) Answer one of the following in about 100 words 6

1) According to R.K.Narayan the ‘tiger hermit’ employs his power to save the tiger and transforms it inwardly working on the basis that deep within, the core of personality is the same in spite of differing appearances and categories and with the right approach you could expect the same response from a tiger as from any normal human being’ . – Elaborate

2) The self-styled higher animal – man- is no better than the animals of the jungle and at times he is worse than them . Prove with the help of examples.


5.b) Answer any one in about 60 words
4

1) How does the tiger eventually attain freedom from Captain?

2) What is the ‘profound question’ often asked? Has the hermit found an
answer to that?

6.a) Answer one of the following in about 100 words 6

1) On the basis of the novel ‘The Financial Expert’ prove that love of money is the root of all evil.

2) Discuss the role of Dr. Pal in the life of Margayya and his family.

6.b) Write short notes on any one of the following in about 60 words. 4

1) Margayya’s brother
2) Margayya’s son Balu

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Sample Question Papers for Sanskrit 2009 (Class 10+2) of CBSE

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Sanskrit Elective

Sample Question Papers for Hindi 2009 (Class 10+2) of CBSE

Sample Question Papers and Marking Scheme for Board Exam. 2009 of Hindi

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Hindi Core

Hindi Elective

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Sample Question Paper for English Core 2009 (Class 10+2) of CBSE

Sample Question Papers and Marking Scheme for Board Exam. 2009

ENGLISH CORE
CODE NO.: 301
Class-XII
SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER I

Section A: Reading
Max. Marks : 20

Read the passage given below and then answer the questions which follow: 12 marks


1 In spite of all the honours that we heaped upon him, Pasteur, as has been said, remained simple at heart. Perhaps the imagery of his boyhood days, when he drew the familiar scenes of his birthplace, and the longing to be a great artist, never wholly left him. In truth he did become a great artist, though after his sixteenth year he abandoned the brush for ever. Like every artist of worth, he put his whole soul and energy into his work, and it was this very energy that in the end wore him out. For to him, each sufferer was something more than just a case that was to be cured. He looked upon the fight against hydrophobia as a battle, and he was absorbed in his determination to win. The sight of injured children, particularly, moved him to an indescribable extent. He suffered with his patients, and yet he would not deny himself a share in that suffering. His greatest grief was when sheer physical exhaustion made him give up his active work. He retired to the estate at Villeneuve Etang, where he had his kennels for the study of rabies, and there he passed his last summer, as his great biographer, Vallery Radot, has said, “practicing the Gospel virtues.”

2 “He revered the faith of his fathers, “says the same writer, “and wished without ostentation or mystery to receive its aid during his last period.”

3 The attitude of this man to the science he had done so much to perfect can be best summed up in a sentence that he is reputed once to have uttered, concerning the materialism of many of his contemporaries in similar branches of learning to his own: “The more I contemplate the mysteries of Nature, the more my faith becomes like that of a peasant.”

4 But even then in retirement he loved to see his former pupils, and it was then he would reiterate his life principles: “Work, “ he would say, “never cease to work.” So well had he kept this precept that he began rapidly to sink from exhaustion.

5 Finally on September 27, 1895, when someone leant over his bed to offer him a cup of milk, he said sadly: “I cannot, “ and with a look of perfect resignation and peace, seemed to fall asleep. He never again opened his eyes to the cares and sufferings of a world, which he had done so much to relieve and to conquer. He was within three months of his seventy-third birthday.

6 Thus passed, as simply as a child, the man whom the French people were to vote at a plebiscite as the greatest man that France had ever produced. Napoleon, who has always been considered the idol of France, was placed fifth.

7 No greater tribute could have been paid to Louis Pasteur, the tanner’s son, the scientist, the man of peace, the patient worker for humanity.

1.1 Answer the following questions:

a. Even accolades and honours did not change the simple man that Pasteur was. Why? 2 marks
b. How did Pasteur view those who suffered from diseases? 1 mark
c. How did Pasteur engage himself in the estate? 2 marks
d. What advice did he always give to his pupils? 2 marks
e. How did France, the country of his birth, honour this great scientist? 2 marks

1.2 Find the words from the passage which mean the same as: 3 marks

a. To give up (para 1)
b. People belonging to the same period (para 3)
c. Vote by the people of the country to decide a matter of national importance (para 6)

Question 2. Read the passage given below: 8 marks


Residents of the Bhirung Raut Ki Gali, where Ustad Bishmillah Khan was born on March 21, 1916, were in shock. His cousin, 94-year -old Mohd Idrish Khan had tears in his eyes. Shubhan Khan, the care-taker of Bismillah’s land, recalled : “Whenever in Dumaraon, he would give rupees two to the boys and rupees five to the girls of the locality”.

He was very keen to play shehnai again in the local Bihariji’s Temple where he had started playing shehnai with his father, Bachai Khan, at the age of six. His original name was Quamaruddin and became Bishmillah only after he became famous as a shehnai player in Varanasi.

His father Bachai Khan was the official shehnai player of Keshav Prasad Singh, the Maharaja of the erstwhile Dumaraon estate, Bismillah used to accompany him. For Bishmillah Khan, the connection to music began at a very early age. By his teens, he had already become a master of the shehnai. On the day India gained freedom, Bismillah Khan, then a sprightly 31 year-old, had the rare honour of playing from Red Fort. But Bishmillah Khan won’t just be remembered for elevating the shehnai from an instrument heard only in weddings and naubatkhanas to one that was appreciated in concert halls across the world. His life was a testimony to the plurality that is India. A practicing Muslim, he would take a daily dip in the Ganga in his younger days after a bout of kusti in Benia Baga Akhada. Every morning, Bishmillah Khan would do riyaaz at the Balaji temple on the banks of the river. Even during his final hours in a Varanasi hospital, music didn’t desert Bishmillah Khan. A few hours before he passed away early on Monday, the shehnai wizard hummed a thumri to show that he was feeling better. This was typical of a man for whom life revolved around music.

Throughout his life he abided by the principle that all religions are one. What marked Bishmillah Khan was his simplicity and disregard for the riches that come with musical fame. Till the very end, he used a cycle rickshaw to travel around Varanasi. But the pressure of providing for some 60 family members took its toll during his later years.

2.1 On the basis of your reading of the above passage make notes using headings and sub-headings. Use recognizable abbreviations where necessary. 5 marks

2.2 Make a summary of the above passage in not more than 80 words using the notes made and also suggest a suitable title. 3 marks

Section B: Advanced Writing Skills 35 marks


Q.3 A.K International School is looking for a receptionist for the school. Write an advertisement on behalf of the adminstrative officer in the classified columns of the local newspaper giving necessary details. Draft the advertisement in not more than 50 words. 5 marks

OR

Suman/Suresh has cleared the Pre-Medical Pre-Dental entrance examination. The family is elated at the achievement and they decide to have a get-together for all friends. Draft an informal invitation for the get-together. 5 marks

Q.4. You are Shekhar/Tripta a student of A.P Public School. Principals of two schools from Pakistan visited your school as part of a cultural exchange programme. Students of the school put up a cultural show in their honour. Write a report about it for your school magazine. (100-125 words). 10 marks

OR

As you were driving back home from work you were witness to an accident between a Maruti car and a truck. The driver of the car was seriously injured. There was confusion and chaos prevailing on the road. Describe the scene in about 100 to 125 words. You are Sameer / Samiksha.

5. You are Nitin/Natasha a student of Class XII at K.P.N. Public School Faridabad. The student is required to cope with lot of pressure in today’s competitive environment. Write a letter to the editor of a national daily highlighting the increasing stress faced by students and suggest ways to combat the same.

OR

You are Suresh/Smita. You come across the following advertisement in a national daily. You consider yourself suitable and eligible for the post. Write an application in response to the advertisement.

Applications are invited for the post of a Nursery teacher in a reputed school of Delhi. The candidate must have at least 5 years experience of teaching tiny-tots. The applicant must have a pleasant personality. He/she should be creative and innovative. Attractive salary. Interested candidates should apply to The Principal, AKS International, Indirapuram, New Delhi within 10 days with detailed resume.

6. Some colleges conduct entrance test for admission to under-graduate courses like English (Hons.) and Journalism (Hons.). Do you think that the entrance test is the right method of selecting students? Write an article in about 150-200 words. You are Rohan/Rachita, a student of class XII at A.P. International School Agra.

OR

Computer games and video games have become popular with children today. As a result outdoor games seem to have no place in their life anymore. You are Satish/Sakshi. You had the opportunity of playing Hide-n-Seek when you visited your cousins in a small town. You decide to write an article on your experiences about the joys of playing outdoor games for the school magazine. Write the article in 150-200 words.

Q.7. They do not fear the men beneath the tree;

They pace in sleek chivalric certainty.

a. Are Aunt Jennifer’s tigers real ? Give reasons for your answer. 2
b. Why do the tigers not fear the man beneath the tree? 1
c. What do you understand by ‘chivalric certainty’? 1

OR

A thing of beauty is a joy for ever
Its loveliness increases, it will never
Pass into nothingness; but will keep
A bower quiet for us.

a. ‘A thing of beauty is joy for ever’. Explain. 2
b. Why does a beautiful thing ‘pass into nothingness’? 1
c. What does poet mean by ‘a bower quiet for us’ 1

b) Answer any three of the following questions in about 30-40 words. 2*3= 6 marks

1. According to Pablo Neruda, what is it that human beings can learn from Nature?
2. Why does Spender call Shakespeare wicked and the map a bad example?
3. What kind of ordeals is Aunt Jennifer surrounded by?
4. What is the significance of the parting words of the poet and her smile, in My Mother at Sixty-six?

Q.8. Answer the following questions in about 30-40 words. (2*5= 10 marks)


a. For Franz, what was much more tempting than going to school and why?
b. Mention any two hazards of working in the glass bangles industry.
c. How did Douglas overcome the old terror?
d. The crofter can be called as a good host. Why?
e. What was unique and distinctive about Ecos academic writing style ?

Q.9. Answer any one of the following in about 125-150 words. 10 marks


Franz’s attitude towards school as well as towards M. Hamel changes when he
comes to know about the take over of his village by Prussians. Do you agree ?
Discuss with reference to the The Last Lesson.

OR

How did the Chamaparan episode prove to be a turning point in Gandhiji’s life? Explain with the reference to the text, Indigo.

Q.10. Answer any one of the following in about 125-150 words. 7 marks

The modern consumerist world is full of fear, insecurities, stress and wars. What
are the ways in which we try to combat them? Answer with reference to The Third Level.

OR

How can we say that Antartica is the best place to study and understand about Earth’s present, past and future ? Answer with reference to, journey to the end of the Earth.

Q.11. Answer the following briefly (30-40 words) 8 marks

(1) Even though the Maharaja lost Rs. 3 lac, he was still happy. Why? (The Tiger King)
(2) In a short span of 12 thousand years man has managed to create a ruckus on this earth. How? (Journey to the End of the Earth)
(3) Why did Roger Skunk go in search of the wizard? (Should Wizard hit Mommy)
(4) Mention any two reasons because of which it would take thirty minutes to an hour for Bama to reach home? (Memories of Childhood- We Too are Human Beings.)

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Admission to Post-Doctoral ( DM/M.Ch.), Postgraduate (MD/MS), House Job (Oral Health Science) / M.H.A. Courses - PGIMER, Chandigarh

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh

Admission to Post-Doctoral ( DM/M.Ch.), Postgraduate (MD/MS), House Job (Oral Health Science) / M.H.A. Courses


Session: January 2009

How To Apply: The candidates may apply in the form downloadable at http://pgimer.nic.in/ together with requisite fee by Demand Draft in the name of the Director, PGI. The prescribed application forms alongwith prospectus (Brochure of Information) are also available from the office of the undersigned either personally on payment of Rs. 500/- for GENERAL / OBC / OPH category and Rs. 400/- for SC/ST at the counter(Kairon Block, Room No. 307) from 10:30 AM to 12:30 P.M and from 2:20 PM to 3:30 PM on all working days except Saturdays (On Saturdays, forms will be available from 10:30 AM to 12:00 Noon) or by post which the request must be accompanied with a self addressed thick envelop of size 24 * 15 cm bearing postage stamps of Rs. 30/- and Bank Draft preferably from any SBI branch payable at SBI Medical Institute Branch (Code No. 1524) Chandigarh for GENERAL/OBC/OPH Rs. 500/- and for SC/ST Rs. 400/- (indicating category i.e General or SC/ST) drawn in favour of the Director, PGI, Chandigarh. However, prospectus for DM/M.Ch will be available for Rs. 500/- only as there is no reservation for the same.

Price:
For General MD/MS, OBC, OPH: Rs. 500.00
(MD/MS) For SC/ST : Rs. 400.00

Price for all Category (DM/MCH): Rs. 500/-


TENTATIVE DATE FOR ENTRANCE TEST FOR


House Job (OHS): 02.12.2008 (Tuesday)

MD/MS: 13.12.2008 (Saturday)

DM/M.Ch. MHA:
18.12.2008 (Thursday)

Last Date of Receipt of Application 27.10.2008


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SNAP Test 2008

SNAP 2008

Registration Opens

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is your only opportunity to get into one of the 12 reputes postgraduate institutes that offers 24 postgraduate specialisations under International University

SNAP Test Date: Sunday, December 21, 2008 Time – 2 pm to 4 pm

Last Date of Registration
25th November 2008

Application Procedure - How To Register For SNAP 2008

Step 1.

Register for SNAP Test at www.snaptest.org. This will generate your SNAP ID. For different modes of payment different ‘Payment Advice’ formats are created. Choose a payment mode and print a ‘Payment Advice’ form online.

Step 2.
Fee of appearing in the entrance examination conducted by Symbiosis Test Secretariat is Rs. 1000/-. Please note that this fees is non refundable and no claims for refund will be entertained on any account whatsoever.

Payment of SNAP fee can be made in either of the following mode.

(1) Cash


* You may pay cash only at an Axis Bank branch. Print ‘Axis Bank Challan’ which is in 3 parts. Pay Rs. 1000/- in cash at any Axis Bank branch in your city. Refer to the list of branches on the website. The bank will return two stamped parts of the ‘Axis Bank Challan’ to you. The ‘Student copy’ is your receipt.

* Candidates should send the cash deposit challan [Symbiosis Copy]

Symbiosis International University
Symbiosis Test Secretariat
Symbiosis Knowledge Village, Near Lupin Research Park,
Via Sus Road, Gram: Lavale, Tal : Mulshi, Dist.: Pune – 411042
Phone: 020-39116226 / 27
Telefax: 020-39116228

Please note that SNAP will not be held responsible for non-delivery or any delay on the part of courier / postal services.

(2) Demand Draft

* Get a demand draft for Rs. 1000/- from any Nationalized Bank in favour of “Symbiosis Test Secretariat” payable at Pune.

* Candidates desiring to pay the fees by Demand Draft should send the demand draft and payment advice form to:

Symbiosis International University
Symbiosis Test Secretariat
Symbiosis Knowledge Village, Near Lupin Research Park,
Via Sus Road, Gram: Lavale, Tal : Mulshi, Dist.: Pune – 411042
Phone: 020-39116226 / 27
Telefax: 020-39116228

Please note that SNAP will not be held responsible for non-delivery or any delay on the part of Courier Postal services.

(3) ONLINE PAYMENT THROUGH CREDIT CARD

* You may pay directly through either Master or Visa card online. Follow the instructions on the website.

* The SNAP website [www.snap-test.org] has the facility for online purchase of prospectus and application form for some institutes under Symbiosis International University.

* Online sale of prospectus will continue only up to January 9th 2009.

Thereafter the candidates are requested to contact the Institute directly. Prospectus may be purchased online for the following institutes.


Symbiosis Institute of Business Management [SIBM]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research [SICSR]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication [SIMC]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of International Business [SIIB]. Pune
Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development. [SCMHRD]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management. [SITM]. Pune
Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology [SCIT]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Geoinformatics [SIG]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management [SIOM]. Nashik
Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences. [SIHS]. Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management [SIBM]. Bangalore

Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies [SIMS] does not offer online sale of prospectus.

* All Institutes of SIU will make the best efforts to send prospectus at the earliest possible time.
* In the case of candidates do not receive the prospectus by January 20, 2009 candidates are advised to contact respective institute for which prospectus are purchased along with proof of payment.
* Institute will not be held responsible for non delivery or any delay on the part of courier / postal services.
* Symbiosis Test Secretariat will not be held responsible for any non delivery or any delay on the part of courier / postal services
* All Institutes will make best efforts to send prospectus at the earliest possible time. Candidates are advised to contact respective institutes for which prospectus are purchased. In case they do not receive prospectus by January 20 2009, the institutes will not be held responsible for non-delivery or any delay on the part of courier / postal services. Also symbiosis test secretariat will not be held responsible for any non-delivery or any delay on the part of courier / postal services.

Step 3.


Admit Card will be available online from 7th December till 21st December 2008 online. It should be printed from the website. Ensure the following.

* Print the Admit Card online
* Paste your own photograph on the printed Admit Card.
* Bring the Admit card with the pasted photograph to the Test Center in addition to a photo-identity card. An acceptable photo identity is any one of
Passport
Driving license
College / Institute identity card,
Credit card with photograph.
PAN Card
* At the time of the written test, it is mandatory to produce the photo identity as described here. Symbiosis Authorized Person will verify and authenticate your Admit Card against the photo-id.
* Please preserve this authenticated Admit Card for further selection processes of individual Institutes

Important

At the time of filling online application form or while appearing for SNAP test, any attempt to impersonate or indulge in any other malpractice would automatically disqualify the candidate from admission processes of all post-Graduate Institutes of Symbiosis International University and make the student liable to legal prosecution as per the laws of country.

Test Cities

SNAP Test is conducted in 29 cities. A candidate may choose one city. The centre and its address will be printed on the Admit Card, for candidate’s information.

* Agra
* Ahmedabad
* Allahabad
* Banglore
* Bhopal
* Bhubaneshwar
* Chandigarh
* Chennai
* Delhi
* Faridabad
* Gurgaon
* Guwahati
* Hyderabad
* Indore
* Jaipur
* Jamshedpur
* Kanpur
* Kochi
* Kolkata
* Lucknow
* Mumbai
* Nagpur
* Nashik
* Noida
* Patna
* Pune
* Surat
* Vashi
* Visakhapatanam


Symbiosis Test Secretariat reserves the right to change or allot a city other than the one requested by the candidate in the event of the requested city not being available for any reason.

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test 2008 - IMPORTANT DATES

Last Date for Registration Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Payment Closes on Saturday, November 29, 2008

SNAP Test 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008 Time – 2 pm to 4 pm.

Announcement of Result
Saturday, January 10, 2009

Click Here To Download Free Bulletin

Contact:

Symbiosis International University
Symbiosis Test Secretariat
Symbiosis Knowledge Village,
Near Lupin Research Park, via Sus Road,
Gram : Lavale, Tal : Mulshi,
District : Pune – 411042
Phone: 020-39116226 / 27
Telefax: 020-39116228
Email Id: info@snaptest.org.
Website: www.snaptest.org
University Website: www.siu.edu.in

For more details visit: www.snaptest.org

Regional Mathematics Olympiad (Previous Year Papers)

Regional Mathematics Olympiad (Previous Year Papers)

Click the following links to get Previous Year Papers of Regional Mathematics Olympiad for year 2005, 2006, & 2007

Regional Mathematics Olympiad 2005

Regional Mathematics Olympiad 2006

Regional Mathematics Olympiad 2007

CBSE National level Science Exhibition 2008

Information related to CBSE National level Science Exhibition 2008

The Board will be organizing National level Science Exhibition 2008 in Delhi as per the following details :


Venue Springdales School
Upper Ridge Road
Pusa Raod
New Delhi-110 005
Phone : 011-25862804/25743248/25862803
Fax : 011-25728428

Dates 18th & 19th October, 2008 (Saturday & Sunday)

Only schools/ exhibits selected at the Regional level Science Exhibition are eligible to take part in this exhibition. The letters to individual schools selected at the Regional level Science Exhibition have been dispatched separately.

A copy of the letter sent to the individual school invited for the National level event is given below for detailed information and necessary action. Any further clarification in this regard may be had from

R.P Sharma
Consultant
CBSE
17 Rouse Avenue
New Delhi
Ph: 011-23211200
Or
rpsharma_48@yahoo.com


For Details Please Click Here

For more details, visit: www.cbse.nic.in

CBSE 10th and 12th Examination will start from 2nd March 2009

CBSE Examination 2009

CBSE 10th and 12th Examination will start from 2nd March 2009. The detailed datesheet will be published in the last week of December 2008

For more details visit: www.cbse.nic.in

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