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  • EVALUATION SCHEME (STD X) 2008 - 2009 EVALUATION SCHEME (STD X) 2009 - 2010
    • 1 st Language (English)
    B) 2 nd Language (Hindi) C) 3 rd Language (Marathi)
  • Written Paper – 80 Marks Orals – 20 Marks ________________ Total 100 Marks Duration – 3 hrs
  • Distribution of Marks for oral Examination Skills Marks Listening 06 Loud reading 04 Elocution / Speaking 05 Conversation 05 Total 20
  • Hindi Composite Language Written Paper – 40 Marks Orals – 10 Marks ________________ Total 50 Marks Duration – 2 hrs
  • Distribution of Marks for oral Examination Skills Marks Listening 02 Loud reading 03 Elocution / Speaking 02 Conversation 03 Total 10
  • Oral Exam There will be a particular day for oral exams just as there is a day for Science practical (The Board will inform of the day and is also likely to send the question paper) * Oral Exams will be conducted for First Term and Prelims. * For the Board Exams, the Board will decide a date in February * Answer booklets will be provided by the Board
  • E) Mathematics Two papers Maths-I (Algebra) and Maths-II (Geometry) Time Duration - 2 ½ hrs each 75 75 Total 15 15 Internal Assessment 60 60 Written Paper Maths II Maths I
  • Distribution of Marks for written Examination 150 60 60 30 Geometry 300 120 120 60 Total 150 60 60 30 Algebra Total Marks Prelim First Semester Examination First Unit Test Subject
  • Distribution of Marks for Internal Assessment for Maths - I & Maths - II Average of Marks Obtained in Unit Test + 1 st Term + Prelim = 10 Marks (each) 10 marks for Maths – I 10 marks for Maths – II
  • Distribution of Marks for Internal Assessment for Maths - I & Maths - II Home Work - 5 Marks (each) 5 H.W in Algebra 5 H.W in Geometry
  • Distribution of Marks for Internal Assessment for Maths - I & Maths - II 15 5 10 Geometry 30 10 20 Total 15 5 10 Algebra Total Home work Average of years work Subject
  • F) Science & Technology Two papers Science & Tech I and Science & Tech II Time Duration - 2 hrs each 50 Marks 50 Marks Total 10 Marks 10 Marks Practical 40 Marks 40 Marks Written Paper Science & Tech II Science & Tech I
  • F) Science & Technology Distribution of Marks for Practical 2 2 Journal 3 3 Short Experiment 10 Marks 5 Science & Tech II 10 Marks 5 Science & Tech I Total Long Experiment
  • G) Social Science Two papers History & Civics and Geography & Economic Time Duration - 2 hrs each 50 Marks 50 Marks Total 10 Marks 10 Marks Internal Assessment 40 Marks 40 Marks Written Paper Geography & Economic History & Civics
  • Distribution of Marks 100 28+12=40 28+12=40 14 + 6=20 Geog + Eco 200 80 80 40 Total 100 28+12=40 28+12=40 14 + 6=20 Hist + Civics Total Marks Prelim First Semester Examination First Unit Test Subject
  • 10 marks are assigned for internal assessment. This 10 marks have to be derived by converting the total marks of 200 of Unit Test Semester Examination and Prelim. 10 marks are assigned for homework. Minimum of 10 homework are assigned in a year. Minimum of 5 questions should be solved on each unit of the text book.
  • Marks obtained in the = 10 Yearly Examination Marks for homework = 10 Total marks for internal assessment = 20
  • H) Graded Subject Theory Paper – 60 Marks Project – 40 Marks ________________ Total 100 Marks 1. Environment Education (E.V.S)
  • Average = 180/3 = 60 Students should acquire minimum 21 marks out of 60 marks in written exam & 14 marks out 40 Marks for project work Distribution of Marks for EVS (Written Examination) 60 2 nd Term 60 1 st Term 180 Total 30 + 30 = 60 Two Unit test Marks Examination
  • Theory Paper – 25 Marks Practical – 25 Marks ________________ Total 50 Marks Duration = 1 Hour 2. Health & Physical Education (P.T)
  • 3. Personality Development Duration 1) First Term (A) Marks 50 2 hrs 2) Second Term (B) Marks 50 2 hrs 3) Written Exam in Every Term 1 st Unit Test 25 Marks 1 hr 2 nd Unit Test 25 Marks 1 hr Total 50 Marks (C) 4) Yearly Average
  • French Composite Written Paper – 40 Marks Orals – 10 Marks ________________ Total 50 Marks Duration – 2 hrs
  • Distribution of Marks for oral Examination Skills Marks Conversation 05 Reading 05 Total 10