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Case Study Based Questions Class XII

 

Topics to be Covered Here
Session 2020-21


1.) Discussion on Case Study Based Questions

  • Brief Discussion on the Design of question paper.
  • Importance of case study based questions.
  • Possible Chapters for Case study based questions.
  • Discussion on the case study based questions issued by C.B.S.E.
  • Assignment on the selected chapters.

2.) Discussion on the Lab Manual.

  • List of activities issued by C.B.S.E.
  • Selected Lab Activities for this year.
  • Method of writing the activities
  • Distribution of Marks.
  • Maintaining the Evaluation Record of activities.
Design of question paper

 

Old Question Paper Style [36 questions] MM = 80


Section - A

Section - B

Section - C

Section - D


20 x 1=20 marks

6 x 2 = 12 marks

6 x 4 = 24 marks

4 x 6 = 24 marks





Present Question Paper Style [38 questions] MM = 80


Part – A[24 marks]

Part – B[56 marks]


Section - I

Section - II

Section - III

Section - IV

Section - V


16 x 1 = 16 marks

2 x 4 = 8 marks

10 x 2 = 20 marks

7 x 3 = 21 marks

3 x 5 = 15 marks


  • The question paper consists of 38 questions and Maximum marks = 80
  • The question paper contains two parts A and Part B
  • Part A carries 24 marks and part B carries 56 Marks.
  • Part A has Objective Type Questions and M.C.Q. and Part B has Descriptive type questions.


 Part A
  • Part A further divided into two sections Section - I and Section - II. 
  • Section-I comprises 16 very short answer type questions.
  • Section - II contains two case studies (Q 17 and Q 18). Each case study comprises of 5 case based questions, from which student has to attempt any 4.

Part - B
  • Part B further divided into three sections Section - III, Section - IV, Section - V
  • Section-III contains 10 questions (from Q 19 to Q 28). Each question carry 2 marks. So this section is of 20 marks.
  • Section-IV contains 7 questions (from Q 29 to Q 35). Each question carry 3 marks. So this section is of 21 marks
  • Section - V contains 3 questions (from Q 36 to Q 38). Each question carry 5 marks. So this section is of 15 marks.

Importance of case study based questions

  • 10 M.C.Q. with two choices.
  • All questions are related to the case study only.
  • Continuity in the questions.
  • It increases the interest and creativity of the students.
  • It also encourage the descriptive format of questions.

Requirements For the students

Special Study Needed

NO


Practice Needed

Yes


Expected Difficulty Level

Easy to Moderate


Possible Chapters for Case study based questions 

There are 13 chapters in our N.C.E.R.T. book, but there are only 6 chapters from which Case Study Based Questions are possible.

      • Matrices
      • Determinants
      • Application of Derivatives
      • Differential equations
      • Linear Programming
      • Probability
But present conditions are slightly different. While selecting the chapters for case study, the following should be kept in mind. 
      • Reduced Syllabus.
      • Restriction of Marks.
      • Based on the Real World Scenario.
      • Case study should be connected with 5 possible distinct M.C.Q.
Based on the above discussion we have the following conclusions

Possible Chapters for case based study

Possibility


Chapter – 3: Matrices

This year certain topics are removed from C.B.S.E syllabus and according to the restriction of the distribution of marks, there is very less chances of case based questions from this topic this year.



No

Chapter – 4: Determinants

This year certain topics are removed from C.B.S.E syllabus and according to the restriction of the distribution of marks, there is very less chances of case based questions from this topic this year.



 No

Chapter – 6: Application of derivatives

Yes

Surely

Chapter – 9: Differential Equations

Because this year Formation of differential equations is removed from the C.B.S.E. syllabus



 No

Chapter – 12: Linear Programming

Because this year formulation of L.P.P. is removed from the C.B.S.E. syllabus.


No


Chapter – 13: Probability

Yes

Surely


Chapters to prepare

Chapter - 6

Application of Derivatives


Chapter – 13

Probability


Chapter – 3 and 4

Matrices and Determinants 


Discussion on the case study based questions issued by C.B.S.E.

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Assignment on Case Based Questions

Chapter 6, 13,  3 & 4

Following points should be kept in mind while making the assignment

·  Reduced Syllabus.

·  Restriction of Marks.

·  Based on the Real World Scenario.

·  Case study should be connected with 5 possible distinct M.C.Q.

·  Answer Key

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 Lab Manuals for class XII

Lab manual or lab activities are also new for classes 11 and 12. C.B.S.E. introduces lab manual in the curriculum from last session 2019-20. 

Steps to be followed

  • Throughout this session(2020-21)  any 10 activities out of 27 activities given in the C.B.S.E. lab manual shall be performed by the student.
  • Record of the same may be kept by the student.
  • An year end test on the activity may be conducted.
  • After the test a viva-voce may be conducted.

Activities for  class XII

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The weightage are as under:

Observations

Marks


The activities performed by the student throughout the year and record keeping

5 marks

 

Assessment of the activity performed during the year end test

3 marks


Viva-voce

2 marks


Total

10 Marks


Method to maintain Record of Lab Activities

 

Roll No.

 

Students Name

Record of written activities

MM = 5

Marks obtained in written activities

MM = 3

 Viva-Voce

MM = 2

 Total

MM = 10

1

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

Explanation of Some activities

 Mathematics Lab Manual And Project Work for 11 and 12 Standard 

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