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1 PORTION FOR THE FIRST TERM EXAMINATION ISC DATE / DAY Tuesday SUBJECT English Literature GMD TOPICS STD. XII ENGLISH LITERATURE DRAMA:Much Ado About Nothing - Act I, II, III, IV and V POETRY: 1)The Eve of Waterloo 2)The Last Ride Together 3)Mending Wall 4)Dulce Et Decorum Est 5)Do not go gentle into that good night 6)Enterprise 7)Five ways to kill a man 8)Phenomenal woman 9)Breaking Out 10)Father returning home PROSE: 1)The Lost Jewels 2)Lamb to the Slaughter 3)The Drover s Wife 4)The Stolen Bacillus 5)Old Love 6)A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings 7)A Real Durwan 8) The Lumber Room 9)The Legend of Sleepy Hollow 10)One Thousand Dollars GEOMETRICAL AND MECHANICAL DRAWING CH 4. Conical curves,sectional views(first and third angle) CH 5. Missing views Ch 8. Screw fasteners Ch 9. Knuckle joints,cotters and keys Ch 11.Valves Ch 13. Shaft bearings and bushed bearing Ch 14. Shaft couplings Ch 19. Stuffing box, Pipe vice. Drill jig,tool post. Screw jack 1

2 Wed Commerce COMMERCE Ch 1: Business Environment Ch 2: Capital- Fixed And Working Ch 3: Sources Of Finance For A Joint Stock Company Ch 4: Banking- Latest Trends Ch 5: Management- Meaning, Nature And Importance Ch 6: Principles Of Management Ch 7: Functions Of Management And Coordination Ch 8: Planning Ch 9: Organizing Ch 10: Staffing Ch 13: Marketing-Concepts And Functions Ch 14: Marketing Mix Ch 15: Consumer Protection Wed Sociology SOCIOLOGY Ch. 2 Kinship and Clan Ch. 3 Marriage Ch. 4 Family Ch. 5 Religion, Magic and Morality Ch. 6 Economic Organization Ch. 7 Women in Society Ch. 8 Law and Justice Ch. 10 Tribal India: Past, Present and Future 2

3 Thu Art Paper - 1 PAPER 1 : DRAWING AND PAINTING FROM STILL LIFE Study of basic objects in tint, tone and shade. Study natural and manmade objects in water soluble medium Thu Biology BIOLOGY Ch 1: Origin of Life Ch2: Theories of Evolution Ch 3: Plant Tissues Ch 4: Absorption and movement of water in plants Ch 5: Photosynthesis Ch 7: Human Reproduction Ch9: Genes and Chromosome Ch 10: DNA The genetic material Ch 11: Recombinant DNA Technology Ch12: Crop Improvement Ch 13: Biotic community Ch 14: Biofertilisers& Pesticides Ch 15: Human diseases Ch 16: Adolescent issues Ch 17 Biomedical Engineering Ch 18: Human Population Fri Elective English (Literature in English) ELECTIVE ENGLISH DRAMA: Death of a Salesman Full Play PROSE: To Kill a Mocking Bird Chapter 1 to 31 POETRY: D.H. Lawrence Edward Thomas Seamus Heaney Ted Hughes Philip Larkin W.H.Auden 3

4 Fri Sat Computer Science Economics COMPUTER SCIENCE 1. Boolean Algebra 2. Computer Hardware 3. Objects and Classes 4. Primitive values, types, casting variables and expressions 5. Statement, control structure and scope 6. Functions / Methods 7. Arrays and Strings 8. Compiling and running java programs 9. Java classes an OOP perspective 11. Recursion 12. Concept of inheritance 13. Exception handling 16.Computational Complexity ECONOMICS Ch 2. Demand and Law of Demand Ch 3.Theory of Consumer Behaviour: Marginal Utility and Indifference Curve Analysis Ch 4. Elasticity of Demand. Ch 5. Supply: Law of supply and Price Elasticity of Supply. Ch 6. Market mechanism Equilibrium price and Quantity in a Competitive market. Ch 7. Laws of Returns Returns to a factor and Returns to Scale. Ch 8. Cost and revenue Analysis Ch 9 Forms of Market Ch 10. Producer s Equilibrium Ch 11. Determination of equilibrium Price and Output under Perfect Competition Ch 12. Theory of Income and Employment Ch 13. ey: Meaning and Functions Ch 14. Banks: Commercial Bank and Central Bank Ch 15. Balance of Payments and Exchange rate Ch 16. Fiscal Policy Ch 17. Government Budget 4

5 Maths MATHEMATICS SECTION A 1. Determinants 2. Matrices 3. Boolean Algebra 4. Conics 5. Inverse trigonometric Function 6. Differentiation 7. Indeterminate form of limits 8. Mean Value Theorem 9. Maxima and Minima 10. Integration 11. Standard Methods of Integration 12. Special Integrals 15. Correlation 16. Regression Analysis 17. Probability SECTION B 20. Vectors 27. Baye s Theorem SECTION C 26. Annuities 27. Linear Programming 28. Application of Calculus in Commerce and Economics EVS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 1) Human beings 2) Population 3) Conservation ecology 4) itoring pollution 5) Third world development 6) Sustainable Agriculture 5

6 FD FASHION DESIGNING Introduction to textiles. Importance of the textile industry to the Indian economy. Importance of clothing. Importance of studying textiles for fashion designing students. Career options in the textile and fashion industry. (1) Fibres: Definition. Identification---- visual, handle, microscopic and burning tests for cotton, linen, jute, silk, wool, viscose & cuprammonium rayons, acetate, nylon, polyester and acrylic. Staple, filament, amorphous, crystalline, natural and manmade fibres. (2) Yarns: Definition. Formation/Manufacture, twist, texturized, novelty, single and ply. Yarn numbering system---- direct and indirect. Spinning of staple and filament fibres (natural & manmade). (3) Fabrics: Definition. Construction methods. Manufacture and properties and uses of cotton, linen, silk, wool, viscose & cuprammonium rayons, acetate, nylon, polyester and acrylic. (4) Weaving: Definition. Parts of a loom. Operations of a loom. Constructions, modifications, advantages, disadvantages and uses of Plain, Twill and Satin weaves. (5) Nonwovens: Definition. Importance and applications. Knitting, crochet, macramé, braiding, felting, rubber, fur, leather, suede, lace, fused and bonded. (6) Laundry: Methods of laundering---cotton, silk, wool, synthetics and lace. (Pr) (7) Dyeing: Types of dyes, methods of dyeing, precautions taken during.(pr) (8) Significance of colour in India (9) Indigenous dyes. (10)New developments and Innovations: (Newspaper clippings June 2014 to February 2015). (11)Edwardian Era (12)Frugal Period (13)Swinging Sixties (14)Disco Decade (15)Fashion till date (16)Indian traditional costumes (17)Indian traditional saree & dhoti drapes 6

7 Tue Business Studies English Language BUSINESS STUDIES Ch 1: Staff Recruitment And Selection Ch 2: Staff Training Ch 3: Staff Morale Ch 4: Staff Remuneration Ch 5: Staff Motivation Ch 6: Staff Leadership Ch 7: Staff Appraisal Ch 8: Staff Promotion And Transfer Ch 9: Staff Dismissal Ch 10: Nature And Process Of Communication Ch 11: Oral Communication Ch 12: Telephone Ch 13: Business Correspondence Ch 14: Report Writing Ch 15: Company Meetings Ch 16: Visual Communication ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1. ESSAY Descriptive Narrative Reflective Original Short Story Writing Expository Argumentative 2. REPORT WRITING Newspaper report covering an event Article on the current issues A statement to the police Review of a book/film/newly opened establishment Testimonial First information report 3. COMPREHENSION Vocabulary Question Answer Precis 4. LANGUAGE STRUCTURE Prepositions Conjunctions Phrasal verbs Tenses Homophones Homonyms Transformation of Sentences 7

8 Wed Thu Fri Physics ACCOUNTS Chemistry Psychology PHYSICS 1. Electrostatics 2. Current electricity 3. Magnetism 4. Electromagnetism 5. AC circuits 6. Wave optics 7. Ray optics 8. Electrons and photons 9. Atoms.ACCOUNTS Ch:3 Goodwill: concept and mode of valuation.(sec A) Ch:4 Admission of a partner(sec A) Ch:6 Retirement & death of a partner(sec A) Ch:2 Partnership accounts (Sec A) Ch:8 Issue of shares.(sec A) Ch:10 Final accounts of companies-application of Schedule VI, part I of the act.(sec A) Ch:3 Cash flow statement(sec B) Ch:4 Ratio analysis.(sec B) Ch:9 Issue of Debenture(Sec A) Ch:1Financial statement analysis (Sec B) Ch:2 Comparative statement and common size statement ( Sec B) CHEMISTRY Ch.1. Relative Molecular Mass & Mole Ch.3. Chemical Kinetics Ch.4. Chemical Equilibria Ch.5. Ionic Equilibria Ch.7. Coordination Compounds Ch.9. Compounds of Group 16 & 17 Ch.10. Chemistry of d & f- block elements Ch.11.Alkyl and Aryl halides Ch.12. Alcohols & Phenols Ch.13. Ethers & Carbonyl compounds Ch.16. Polymers Ch.17. Biomolecules PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A 1. Intelligence and Ability. 2. Personality. SECTION B 3. Lifespan Development. 4. Stress and Stress Management. 5. Psychological Disorders and Psychotherapy. 6. Social Thought and Social Behaviour. 7. Attitudes. 8. Applications of Psychology 8

9 Tue Art Paper - 2 PAPER 4: ORIGINAL IMAGINATIVE COMPOSITION IN COLOUR Study of human figures and animals in various actions. Study various types of colour schemes Collection of references, related to the topics or themes or of specified objects for inclusion in a composition or in any other form that will stimulate the imagination. Ms. Rosalyn Athaide (Vice Principal/ ISC Coordinator) 9