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Model answers of AISSE/AISSCE 2011

Class – XII Class – X
1.Physics 1.Science
2.Chemistry 2.Social Science
3.Biology 3.Mathematics
4.Math 4.Hindi-A
5.Business studies 5.Hindi-B
6.Accountancy 6.Eng. lang. & Litrature
7.Economics 7.Eng. Communicative
8.Eng(Core)  
9.Eng(Elective)  
10.Functional English  
11.Hindi(Core)  

 

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Previous Year Question Papers and Marking Scheme for Class X/XII (Board Examination 2011)


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Q.P. CLASS X
Q.P. CLASS XII
MARKING SCHEME CLASS XII (COMMERCE)
MARKING SCHEME CLASS XII (SCIENCE)
MARKING SCHEME CLASS XII (HUMANITIES) Part-1
MARKING SCHEME CLASS XII (HUMANITIES) Part-2
MARKING SCHEME CLASS XII (HUMANITIES) Part-3
MARKING SCHEME CLASS X

 

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New Arrivals (22/02/2012)

NEW ARRIVALS

(as on 22 February 2012)

 

Call No

Author

Title

001  GAR-E

 Garg, Rajeev

 Environment Quiz book

001  KHA-U

 Khanna & Verma

 Upkar’s Ever latest General knowledge: Current affairs and Who’s who

001  PAN-R

 Pandey, Deep Narayan

 Rupa book of  world wildlife quiz

001.076  ARI-A

 Arihant

 All India Pre-medical Test CBSE Objective Chemistry: 23 years (2010-1988) chapter-wise solutions

001.076  BAN-B

 Banerjee, sudhakar

 Biology Medical entrance: More than 6500 questions for practice

001.076  JIG-H

 JigyasaSharma

 Handbook of computers for all competitive examination

001.076  SHA-E

 Sharma, Sanjay & Banerjee, Sudhakar

 Exploring biology Part – I: For all Medical entrance aspirants in India

004  CBS-I

 CBSE

 Informatics practices: CBSE XII

004  CBS-T

 CBSE

 Text book on Informatics Practices for Class XI

004  CBS-T

 CBSE

 Text book on Informatics Practices for Class XII

004  KOG-I

 Kogent Learning Solutions

 Illustrator CS 5 in simple steps

004  KOG-P

 Kogent Learning Solutions

 Photoshop CS 5 in simple steps

004  MCF-C2

 McFarland, David sawyer

 CSS: The missing manual

004  PER-F

 Perkins, Todd

 Flash professional CS5 bible

020  CBS-O

 CBSE

 Organising school library – Guidelines

028  BLO-H

 Bloom, Harold

 How to read and why

028  BLO-H

 Bloom, Harold

 How to read and why

070.19  SAB-Y

 Sabin, Alec

 You’re on : How to develop great media skills for TV, Radio and the Internet

150  CAR-L

 Carnegie, Dale

 Leader in you: How to win friends influence people and succeed in a chnaging world

153.42  SLO-L

 Sloane, Paul

 Leade’s guide to lateral thinking skills

158.1  RAS-I

 Rashmi Bansal

 I have a dream

181.45  SAM-Y

 Sameer Akhtar

 Yoga in the workplace

300  CBS-F

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers -Social science for Class X

300.7  CBS-F

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers -Social Science for IX

300.7  SIV-S

 sivarajan. K , etc.

 Social science education: Methodology if teaching and pedagogic analysis

303.4830954  ABD-S

 Abdul Kalam, A P J

 Spirit of India

303.4830954  MIS-I

 Misra, Neelish and Murao, Zara, Ed

 Inspired India

320.55  GAN-G

 Gandhi M K

 Gandhi Speaks: The Mahatma’s words for children

330.954  PAN-E

 Pandey S N

 Economic history of modern India (1757 to 1947)

345  RAM-C

 Ram Kumar, G

 Cyber crimes: A primer on internet threats and email abuses

363.34  NAN-F

 Nancy williams

 Fury of natural disasters: Moving stories of struggle and survival

363.7  CBS-E

 CBSE

 Environmental education: Teachers’ manual. Class 9

363.7  CBS-T

 Cbse

 Together towards a safer India – 1: An introduction to disaster management for class 8

371.1  SIN-T

 singh, R P

 Teacher education today:Researches speak

371.1  TIC-T

 Tickoo, M L

 Teaching and learning English: asourcebook for Teachers and Teacher-Trainers

371.26  FRY-L

 Fry, Ron

 Last minute study tips

371.26Q  CBS-R(h)

 CBSE

 Rachnathmak moolyankan hetu shishak sandarshika (Hindi  class IX)  (h)

371.26Q  CBS-RRev.ed. 5

 CBSE

 Rachnathmak moolyankan hetu shishak sandarshika (Hindi  class X)  (h)

371.26Q  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Sample Question papers: in English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Science and Social Science for Class IX

371.26Q  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Sample Question papers: in English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Science and Social Science for Class IX

371.26Q  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Sample Question papers: Economics, Business studies, Accountancy for class XII

371.26Q  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Sample Question papers: History, Geography, Political Science and Economics  for class XII

371.26Q  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Sample Question papers: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Biotechnology  for class XII

371.26Q  CBS-S.X

 CBSE

 Sample Question papers: (For summative assessment II, March 2011)

371.3  CBS-L

 CBSE

 Teacher’s Manual on Life skills – Classes IX – X

372.86  BAI-T

 Bailey, Richard

 Teaching physical education: a handbok for primary & secondary school teachers

375  CBS-C

 CBSE

 Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation-Manual for Teachers: Classes  VI to VIII

375  CBS-CRev.ed. 5

 CBSE

 Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: Manual for Teachers for Classes IX & X

375  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Senior school curriculum, 2013, Vol.2 Languages

375  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Senior school curriculum, 2012, Vol.I: Main subjects

378.1  CBS-E

 CBSE

 Examination bye-laws

395  MAR-M

 Margaret Frankl

 Modern etiquettes for girls

398.2  LAN-G

 Lang, Andrew, ed.

 Green fairy: The blue bird and other stories

420.7  CBS-F

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers – English for Class IX

420.7  CBS-F

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers – English for Class X

420.7  CBS-L

 CBSE

 Language skillsbook for Class XI & XII

421  JOH-W

 John, George

 Writing made easy: 400 essays, 50 graphs & 30 letters

421  MOR-C

 Morley, David

 Cambridge introduction to creative writing

421  SES-E

 Seshadrinath, R

 Effective speaking and writing in English (Part – II)

421  STU

 Barrass, Robert

 Students must write: A guide to better writing in coursework and examinations

421.5  O’C-B

 O’Connor, J D

 Better english pronunciation

425  PAR-G

 Parrott, Martin

 Grammar for English language teachers

428  MCC-E

 McCarthy, Michael; O’Dell, Felicity

 English phrasal verbs in use

502  CAP-W

 Capra, Fritjof

 Web of life: a new synthesis of mind and matter

502  CBS-ARev.ed. 5

 CBSE

 Assessment of Practical skills in Science for Class X

502  CBS-F .IX

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers – science for Class X

502  CBS-L

 CBSE

 Learning by doing –  science activity book for Class VIII

502  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Science is doing: activity book for Class VII

502  CBS-S

 CBSE

 Science is doing: activity book for Class VII

502  PAR-P

 Parthasarathy R

 Paths of innovators in science,engineering & techology

502.5  SUB-S

 Subburaj, V V K

 Science Quiz

510  CBS-M

 CBSE

 Mathematics Laboratory in Primary and Upper Primary Schools – Class III – VIII

510  CBS-M

 CBSE

 Mathematics Laboratory in Primary and Upper Primary Schools – Class III – VIII

510.028  CBS-G

 CBSE

 Guidelines for mathematics laboratory in schools Class IX

510.72  CBS-F

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers –  Mathematics for Class IX

510.72  CBS-F .X

 CBSE

 Formative assessment: Manual for teachers –  Mathematics for Class X

523  HAW-G

 Hawking, Stephen and Mlodinow, Leonard

 Grand design

530  KAK-P

 Kaku, Michio

 Physicsof the impossible

530  NEL-A7

 Nelkon, Michael; Parker, Philip

 Advanced level physics

530  PAN-P

 Pandey, D C

 Problem book in physics: problem-solving through problems

530  RAV-I

 Ravi R , Kamaraj P and Vijayan, Prakash

 Interactive physics; Electrostatics & electricity Vol.6

530  SIN-N

 Singh,  D B

 New pattern AIEEE Physics

530  SRI-I

 Sridhar, G Ravi R & Kamaraj P

 Interactive physics; Electromagnetism Vol.7

530  SRI-I.8

 Sridhar, G Ravi R & Kamaraj P

 Interactive physics; Optics Vol.8

530.1  RAV-I

 Ravi.R, , Kamaraj.P, & Ranganathan. R

 Interactive physics;Vector, Kinematics, center of mass, linear momentum, gravitation, SHM. Vol.3

530.1  RAV-I.2

 Ravi.R, , Kamaraj.P, Sridhar, G & Ranganathan. R

 Interactive physics;Rotational dynamics. Vol.2

530.1  RAV-I.4

 Ravi.R, Kamaraj.P & Ranganathan R

 Interactive physics; Work, power & energy. Vol.4

530.1  RAV-I.5

 Ravi.R, Kamaraj.P & Prakash. V

 Interactive physics; How to prepare and excel in exams . Vol.5

530.1  SRI-I.1

 Sridhar, G, Ravi.R, & Kamaraj.P

 Interactive physics; Newton’s Laws. Vol.1

541.28  LEV-Q6

 Levine, Ira N

 Quantum chemistry

570  SHA-E

 Sharma, Sanjay & Banerjee, Sudhakar

 Exploring Biology Part – II: For Medical Entrance Aspirants in India at the level of Senior Secondary

576  BRO-G

 Brown, T A

 Genetics: a molecular approach

577.27  LON-G

 Long, Douglas

 Global warming

611.1  RIP-S

 Ripley, Mike

 Surviving a stroke: Recovering and adjusting to living with hypertension

613.7  AMI-S

 Amitabh Suri

 Sports training

658.9D  ABD-T

 Abdul Kalam, A P J and Srijan Pal Singh

 Target 3 billion

660.6  CBS-L

 CBSE

 Laboratory manual of Biotechnology, Class XII

660.6  CBS-L

 CBSE

 Laboratory manual of Biotechnology, Class XII

660.6  SAT-B

 Satyanarayana U

 Biotechnology

808.066  JAM-W

 James, Neil

 Writing at work; how to write clearly, effectively and professiionally

808.068  ALE-C

 Alexander Dumas

 Count of Monte Cristo

808.068  ALE-C

 Alexander Dumas

 Count of Monte Cristo

808.068  ANU-A

 Anurag Mehta

 Ancient Tales

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : black book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : red book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : Purple book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : White book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : Brown book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : Pink book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : yellow book

808.068  ANU-G

 Anurg Mehta

 Great stories for children : blue book

808.068  ANU-S

 Anurg Mehta

 Short stories from Indian mythology

808.068  ANU-T

 Anurg Mehta & Vaneeta Vaid

 Tell Me about Ganesha

808.068  ANU-T

 Anurg Mehta & Vaneeta Vaid

 Tell Me about Hinduism

808.068  ANU-T

 Anurg Mehta & Vaneeta Vaid

 Tell Me about Sikh Gurus

808.068  ANU-T

 Anurg Mehta & Vaneeta Vaid

 Tales of gods & demons

808.068  ANU-T

 Anurg Mehta & Vaneeta Vaid

 Tell Me about Krishna

808.068  ANU-T

 Anurg Mehta & Vaneeta Vaid

 Tell Me about festivals of India

808.068  BPI-L

 BPI India

 Liitle rabbit learns to climb

808.068  CAR-A

 Carrol, Lewis

 Alice in wonderland

808.068  DEF-A

 London, Jack

 Call of the wild

808.068  DEF-A

 Defoe, Daniel

 Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

808.068  DEF-A

 Defoe, Daniel

 Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

808.068  DIC-D

 Dickens, Charles

 David Copperfield

808.068  DIC-H

 Austen, Jane

 Pride and prejudice

808.068  DIC-H

 Dickens, Charles

 Great expectations

808.068  DIC-H

 Twain, Mark

 Huckleberry Finn

808.068  DIC-O

 Dickens, Charles

 Oliver Twist

808.068  DIV-T

 Divya Jain

 Tales of wisdom from India

808.068  EUR-A

 Euro Books

 Around the world in 80 days: Great Classics

808.068  EUR-T

 Euro Books

 Treasure Island: Great Classics

808.068  FAF-E

 Fafa-Juno

 Exciting adventures: an unusual halloween & other adventrues – Book 2

808.068  FAF-E

 Fafa-Juno

 Exciting adventures: Let’s go star gazing and other adventrues – Book 3

808.068  IND-C

 Indira,C V

 Chimpu and the red cap and other story….

808.068  IND-E

 Indira,C V

 Elephant and the ant  and other story….

808.068  IND-G

 Indira,C V

 Greeny and the guava

808.068  IND-H

 Indira,C V

 Honest Raja

808.068  IND-H

 Indira,C V

 Helpful Tanay  and other story….

808.068  IND-L

 Indira,C V

 Lazy Rahul

808.068  IND-M

 Indira,C V

 Mickey and his toys

808.068  IND-T

 Indira,C V

 Tom the careful boy and other story…..

808.068  KAT

 

 Katha manjari (h)

808.068  KAT

 

 Katha manjari (h)

808.068  KNI-W

 Knight M J

 Why should I turn off the tap?

808.068  KNI-W

 Knight M J

 Why should I care about nature?

808.068  KNI-W

 Knight M J

 Why shouldn’t  I drop litter?

808.068  KNI-W

 Knight M J

 Why should I walk more often?

808.068  KNI-W

 Knight M J

 Why should I recycle rubbish?

808.068  KOH-B

 Kohli, K S, Ret.,

 Old woman and her pig

808.068  KOH-B

 Kohli, K S, Ret.,

 Brave little tailor

808.068  KOH-B

 Kohli, K S, Ret.,

 Brave little tailor

808.068  KOH-B

 Kohli, K S, Ret.,

 Old woman and her pig

808.068  KOH-E

 Kohli, K S

 Elves and the shoemaker

808.068  KOH-S

 Kohli, K S, Ret.,

 Sorcerer’s apprentice

808.068  KOH-S

 Kohli, K S, Ret.,

 Sorcerer’s apprentice

808.068  KOH-T

 Kohli, K S

 Three little pigs

808.068  KOH-T

 Kohli, K S

 Three little pigs

808.068  RAI-A

 Rainbow

 Aladdin and the magic lamp and other storis

808.068  RAI-B

 Rainbow

 Beauty and the Beast and other stories

808.068  RAI-C

 Rainbow

 Cinderella

808.068  RAI-C

 Rainbow

 Pinochhio

808.068  RAI-H

 Rainbow

 Hare and the tortoise and other stories

808.068  RAI-J

 Rainbow

 Jack and beanstalk and other stories

808.068  RAI-L

 Rainbow

 Little red ridinghood

808.068  RAI-T

 Rainbow

 Three billy goats and other stories

808.068  ROH-F

 Rohan

 Fairy Tales: Snow white and the seven dwarfs

808.068  ROH-F

 Rohan

 Fairy Tales: Sleeping beauty

808.068  ROH-F

 Rohan

 Fairy Tales: Sleeping beauty

808.068  ROH-I

 Rohan

 Intelligent duo: Vikram and Betal

808.068  SHR-A

 Shree Books

 Aung San Suu Kyi: a biography

808.068  SHR-A

 Shree Books

 Albert einstein: a biography

808.068  SHR-A

 Shree Books

 Amitabh Bachchan: a biography

808.068  SHR-A

 Shree Books

 Abraham Lincoln: a biography

808.068  SHR-A

 Shree Books

 Ashoka the Great: a biography

808.068  SHR-E

 Shree Books

 Enid Blyton: a biography

808.068  SHR-G

 Shree Books

 Galileo Galilei: a biography

808.068  SHR-J

 Shree Books

 Tipu Sultan: a biography

808.068  SHR-J

 Shree Books

 Jawaharlal Nehru: a biography

808.068  SHR-R

 Shree Books

 Rani Lakshmibai: a biography

808.068  SHR-R

 Shree Books

 Rabindranath Tagore: a biography

808.068  SHR-S

 Shree Books

 APJ Abdul Kalam: a biography

808.068  SHR-S

 Shree Books

 Sir C V Raman: a biography

808.068  SHR-S

 shree Books

 Sachin Tendulkar: a biography

808.068  SHR-S

 Shree Books

 Mother Teresa: a biography

808.068  SHR-T

 Shree Books

 Thomas Alva Edison: a biography

808.068  SHR-V

 Shree Books

 Venkatraman Ramakrishnan: a biography

808.068  SHR-W

 Shree Books

 Walt Disney: a biography

808.068  STE-K

 Stevenson, Robert Louis

 Kidnapped

808.068  STE-T

 Stevenson, Robert Louis

 Treasure island

808.068  SUN-A

 Sunita Pant Bansal, retold

 Aesop’s fables: The fortune teller and other stories

808.068  SUN-A

 Sunita Pant Bansal, retold

 Aesop’s fables: The forest nursery and other stories

808.068  SUN-A

 Sunita Pant Bansal, retold

 Aesop’s fables: The crow and the serpent and other stories

808.068  SUN-A

 Sunita Pant Bansal, retold

 Aesop’s fables: Simon and the shipwreck and other stories

808.068  SUN-A

 Sunita Pant Bansal, retold

 Aesop’s fables: The thief and the boy and other stories

808.068  SUN-A

 Sunita Pant Bansal, retold

 Aesop’s fables: The cockerel and the cats and other stories

808.068  TOO-A

 Toons Animation

 Adventures of Tenali Raman Vol.3

808.068  TOO-A

 Toons Animation

 Adventures of Tenali Raman Vol.4

823  ADI-H

 Adichie, Chimamananda Ngozi

 Half of a yellow sun

823  AHM-W

 Ahmad, Jamil

 Wandering falcon

823  AND-A

 Andersen, Hans Chrisitian

 Andersen’s fairy tales

823  AND-A

 Andersen, Hans Chrisitian

 Little men and Jo’s boys

823  AND-H

 Andersen, Hans Chrisitian

 Hans Anderson’s fairy tales

823  BAR-P

 Barrie, J M

 Peterpan

823  BAR-S

 Barnes, Julian

 Sence of an ending

823  BAR-S

 barnes, Julian

 Sense of an ending

823  BHA-D

 Bharati Ray

 Daughters: A story of five generations

823  BHA-G

 Bhavani Bhattacharya

 Goddess named gold

823  BHA-T

 Bhagat, Chetan

 Three mistakes of my life

823  BLU-I

 Blume, Judy

 It’s not the end of the world

823  BLU-S

 Blume, Judy

 Starring Sally J. Freedman as herself

823  BON-C

 Bond, Ruskin

 Crazy times with uncle Ken

823  BUR-L

 Burnett, Frances Hodgson

 Little princess

823  CHE-F

 Chetan Bhagat

 Five point someone what not to do at IIT

823  CHE-O

 Chetan Bhagat

 One night @ the call center

823  CHE-R

 Chetan Bhagat

 Revolution 2020

823  CHE-T

 Chetan Bhagat

 Two states: The story of ny marriage

823  CHR-J

 Chrompton, Richmal

 Just William

823  CHR-S

 Chrompon, Richmal

 Still William

823  COO-W

 Coolidge, Susan

 What Katy did at school and what katy did next

823  CRO-M

 Crompton, Richmal

 More William

823  CRO-W

 Crompton, Richmal

 William again

823  DAV-I

 Davidar, David

 Ithaca

823  DEV-I

 Devika rangachari

 I can: stories of how children are changing their world

823  DIC-C

 Dickens, Charles

 Christmas carol

823  DIX-D

 Dixon, Franklin W

 Double down # 26

823  DIX-E

 Dixon, Franklin W

 End of the trail # 162

823  DIX-F

 Dixon, Franklin W

 Feeding frenzy # 20

823  DIX-H

 Dixon, Franklin W

 Hurricane Joe # 11

823  DIX-H

 Dixon, Franklin W

 Hazed # 14

823  DIX-H

 Dixon, Franklin W

 Hardy Boys,  Foreverlost # 36

823  DIX-P

 Dixon, Franklin W

 Private killer # 32

823  DOY-H

 Doyle, Arthur Conan

 Hound of baskervilles

823  DOY-H

 Doyle, Arthur Conan

 Hound of baskervilles

823  GRA-W

 Grahame, Kenneth

 Wind in the willows

823  HEN-S

 Henry, O

 Selected stories by O Henry

823  JAY-C

 Jayasinh Birjepatil

 Chinnery’s hotel

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: The stolen relic

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: En Garde

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Dangerous plays

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Action

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Seeing green

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Pit of wipers

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Lights, camera,..

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Secret identity

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Perfect cover

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: The perfect escape

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Model menace

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Model suspect

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Green with envy

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Dress to steal

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Serial sabotage

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Trouble waters

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Close encounters

823  KEE-N

 Keene, Carolyn

 Nancy Drew: Getting burned

823  KEE-S

 Keen, Carolyn

 Secret Sabotage: Nancy Drew # 42

823  KIP-R

 Kipling, Rudgard

 Rewards and fairies

823  KUN-J

 Kunal Basu

 Japanese wife

823  LAN-T

 Lang, Andrew, Ed.

 Tales from arabian nights

823  LES-F

 Lessing, Doris

 Fifth child

823  LON-W

 London, Jack

 White fang

823  MAD-L

 Madhavan, N S

 Litanies of Dutch battery

823  MC -J

 Mc Donald, Megan

 Judy Moody was in a mood

823  MC -J

 Mc Donald, Megan

 Judy Moody predicts the future

823  MC -J

 Mc Donald, Megan

 Judy Moody saves the world

823  ORW-A

 Orwell, George

 Animal farm

823  PAO-I

 Paolini, Christopher

 Inheritance

823  PAO-I

 Paolini, Christopher

 Inheritance

823  PER-A

 Perrett, Jean

 Ash and Tara and the palace of silence

823  RAH-S

 Rahul Bhattacharya

 Sly company of people who care

823  RAM-D

 Raman Pillai, C V

 Dharmaraja

823  RAN-S

 Rana Dasgupta

 Solo

823  RAW-Y

 Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan

 Yearling

823  REI-I

 Reilly, Mathew

 Ice station

823  REI-S

 Reilly, Mathew

 Six sacred stones

823  RIO-P

 Riordan, Rick

 Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters

823  RIO-P

 Riordan, Rick

 Percy Jackson and the lightning thief

823  RIO-P

 Riordan, Rick

 Percy Jackson and the titan’s curse

823  SAG-B

 Sagarika Ghose

 Blind path

823  SAL-C

 Salinger, J D

 Catcher in the rye

823  SAN-G

 Sankar

 Great unknown

823  SAR-T

 Saradindu Bandopadhyay

 Thungabhadra

823  SHA-H

 Shakespeare, Wiilaim

 Hamlet

823  SOH-D

 Sohan Roy

 Dam 999

823  SON-T

 Sonja Chandrachood

 Truble at the Taj

823  STI-G

 Stine, R L

 Gosts of fear street

823  STI-G

 Stine, R L

 Goosebumps: Attack of the aqua apes and nightmre in 3-D: Twicw terrifying tales

823  STO

 

 Story of price and princes from Arabian nights

823  SUB-S

 Subhadra Sen Gupta

 Secret diary of world’s worst cook

823  SUD-O

 Sudha Murthy

 Old man and his God

823  SUJ-I

 Sujata Sankranti

 In the shadow of legends

823  SUK-W

 Sukhdev Prasad

 World famous supernatural mysteries

823  THO-K

 Thomas, Rosie

 Kashmir Shawl

823  TOL-T

 Tolkien J R R

 Tales from the perilous realm

823  VIJ-L

 Vijayan, O V

 Legends of Khasak

823  VIK-T

 Vikas Khatri

 Thirty six unsolved mysteries of the world

823  WAL-M

 Walker, Alice

 Meridian

823  WEB-D

 Webster, Jean

 Daddy long legs

823  WIG-R

 Wiggin, Kate Dauglas

 Rebaca of sunnybrook farm

823  WIL-P

 Wilde, Oscar

 Picture of Dorian Gray

823.01  IRV-R

 Irving, Washington

 Rip  van wingle: The legend of sleepy hallow and other stories

823.01  KIP-J

 Kipling, Rudyard

 Just so stories

824  CHA-A

 Chandra, Pushkar dinesh

 Advanced essays

824  DAT-S

 Datason, R P

 Selected essays

825  SES-P

 Seshadrinath, R

 Pearls of wisdom and stirring speeches of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan

825  SES-P

 Seshadrinath, R

 Pearls of wisdom and stirring speeches of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan

8H0.92  TAS-M

 Taslima Nasreen

 Mujhe ghar le chalo: Autobiography (h)

8H2  TAN-T

 Tanvir, Habib

 Teen khel (h)

8H3  CHO-J

 Chopra, Sudarshan, Tr.

 Jurm aur Saza (h)

8H4  KIR-M

 Kiran Bedi

 Morcha-dar-morcha (h)

8H4  SUS-N

 Sushma Dube, ed.

 Nibandh sankalan (h)

8H4.08  RAM-N

 Ramprakash

 Nibandh sanchayan (h)

920  GOF-S

 Goffin, R C, Ed.,

 Short biographies of Oliver Goldsmith, Queen Victoria, Henry Fielding, Lord Curzon, Charles Dickens, T E Lawrence

920.02  CHA-F

 Chakravarty, A

 Freedom fighters of India

921  SAW-W

 Sawhney, Clifford

 World’s greatest seers and philosophers

922.31  ROG-P

 Rogerson, Barnaby

 Probhet Muhammad: A biography

923.173  SUG-B

 Sugathan, R and Monica Khanna

 Barack Hussein Obama: The change has come

923.2  GUE-B

 Guevara,  Ernesto Che

 Bolivian Diary: The untold story of his final campaign

923.254  SHA-M

 Sharma, Chandrika Prasad

 Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati (h)

925.1  KAN-M

 Kanigel, Robert

 Man who knew infinity: A life of the genius Ramanujan

926  BIL

 

 Bill Gates: he who reduced the globe into a small town

926  ISA-S

 Isaacson, Walter

 Steve Jobs

927.8  GEO-M

 George, T J  S

 MS: A life in music

927.96  AKH-C

 Akhtar, Shoib

 Controversially yours

954  SAN-I

 Sanjeev Bhaskar

 India: One man’s personal journey round the subcontinent

H  155.4  AGR-B

 Agraval, Eswar Prakash

 Bal vikas yevam shaishik kriyayem (h)

H  372  AGR-P

 Agraval J C

 Prarambhik adyapak karya : bhag 2 (h)

H  4H5  VAR-M

 Varma, Shyamji Gokul

 Manak vyavaharik Hindi  vyakaran thadha rachana (h)

H  808.068  ARU-S

 Aruna Kumar

 Sahis ki jinka charitra he (h)

H  808.068  ARY-B

 Arya, P K

 Bachom ki sarvasreshta kahaniyam (h)

H  808.068  DEV-C

 Devsare, Hari Krishna

 Chaitanya mahaprabhu (h)

H  808.068  DEV-C

 Devsare, Hari Krishna

 Chaitanya mahaprabhu (h)

H  808.068  DEV-M

 Devsare, Harikrishnan

 Meethe-meethe saathi (h)

H  808.068  KAM-C

 Kamala Obray

 Chalo dekhne Delhi ko (h)

H  808.068  LAL-C

 Lalita Bawa

 Chatpat bandar aur pencil (h)

H  808.068  MAH-P

 Mahendra Yadav

 Ped-Podhon ka rahasyamay sansaar (h)

H  808.068  MAJ-K

 Majumdar, N N

 Kuchh Bharatiya pakshi (h)

H  808.068  MAN-R

 Manto, Sahadat Hasan

 Rooz ek kahani (h)

H  808.068  MAR-S

 Margaret Kid

 Shobhana (h)

H  808.068  MRU-M

 Mrunalini Srivastav

 Master saheb (h)

H  808.068  MRU-M

 Mrunalini Srivastav

 Master saheb (h)

H  808.068  NOO-N

 Noopur Sharma

 Nanhi bhavanayem (h)

H  808.068  SAN-S

 Sankar

 Samajh ka pher (h)

H  808.068  SAR-A

 Saran

 Aapka munna (h)

H  808.068  SAR-D

 Sarojini Prasad

 Dadi mam aur archith baba (h)

H  808.068  SAS-B

 Sastri, Dharmapal

 Bal kathayem (h)

H  808.068  SAU-K

 Saurav  Pandeya

 Khazana kahaniyon ka (h)

H  808.068  SHA-I

 sharma, ramkrishna

 Ishwar ki ankhem (h)

H  808.068  SHA-K

 Sharma, Gangadatt

 Krishna kanhiyya (h)

H  808.068  SHA-M

 Shankar

 Moorkhon ka swarg (h)

H  808.068  SHI-M

 Shivkumar, K

 Marta kya na karta (h)

H  808.068  SHY-M

 Shyam Dua

 Meri priya manoranjak kahaniyam (h)

H  808.068  SRE-S

 Sreevastav, Sigaroon

 Sahasi Thara (h)

H  808.068  SUB-P

 Subhadra Malavi, ed.

 Phir kya hua….? (h)

H  808.068  VAR-P

 Varma, Shamaji Gokul

 Padosi ka dharma (h)

H  808.068  VIM-P

 Vimla Mahesh

 Prithvi aur jeevan (h)

H  808.068  VIS-H

 Vishnu sharma

 Hitopadesh (h)

H  8H1  GOR-D

 Gorakhpuri, Firaque

 Dharti ki karvat (h)

H  8H1.08  BAD-A

 Badr, Bashir

 Aas : Collection of Ghazals (h)

H  8H2  BIH-S

 Bihari, Mridula

 Suryas T ke pahle tatha anya natak (h)

H  8H2  MOL-K

 Moliere

 Kanjoos (h)

H  8H2.08  SAX-H

 Saxena, Sarweshwardayal

 Hawaalat (h)

H  8H2.08  SRI-C

 Srivastava, amitabh

 Chukanyange Nahin (h)

H  8H2.08  TAN-A

 Tanvir, Habib

 Agra Bazar (h)

H  8H3  AAB-D

 Aabid Surthi

 Dude huye farishathe (h)

H  8H3  GOY-B

 Goyal, Vijaya

 Badi amma (h)

H  8H3  MAN-S

 Manto, Saadat Hasan

 San 1919 ki ek baat (h)

H  8H3  MAX-C

 Maxim Gorky

 Chuni huyi kahaniyam: Bhag 2 (h)

H  8H3  PHA-M

 Phanishwar Nath Renu

 Maila aanchal (h)

H  8H3  PRE-K

 Prem Chand

 Kayakalpa (h)

H  8H3  SUB-S

 Subhadra Malawi and Sulekha Kumar

 Seepiyan (h)

H  8H3.08  MIS-K

 Mishra, Ramdarash

 Kuchh Yaaden bachpan ki (h)

H  8H3.08  SHA-C

 Sharma, Shamim

 Chaupal pai tau (h)

H  8H3.08  SHA-C

 Sharma, Shamim

 Choupaal ke chale (h)

H  8H3.08  SHA-J

 Sharma, Sreeram

 Jangal ke jeev (h)

H  8H3.08  SUD-N

 Sudarsan

 Nageene: Chautak kahaniyam ka sangrah (h)

H  8H3.08  TAG-T

 Tagore, Rabindranath

 Tagore ki sampoorna kahaniyam: bhag 1 (h)

H  8H3.08  YAD-A

 Yadav R K, ed.

 Aesop ki kathayem (h)

H  8H4  MAN-S

 Manto, saadat Hasan

 Sareer aur atma (h)

H  8H4.08  JUL-S

 Jule Burna

 Sunhara sikka (h)

H  8H8  ASH-C

 Ashapoorna Devi

 Chabeeband sandook (h)

H  8H8  JAI-J

 Jain, Kanti Kumar

 Jo Kahooga sach kahooga (h)

H  8H8  JUL-A

 Jule Burna

 Aakas ke ladake (h)

H  8H8  UMA-S

 Uma Aasopa

 Samskar jeevan ke aadhar (h)

H 808.068  AMI-K

 Amit Pandey

 Kisne khaye malpuye (h)

H 808.068  CHE-J

 Chelapati Rao. M

 Jawaharlal Nehru: Kishoron ke liye (h)

H 808.068  IND-K

 Indira ananthakrishnan

 Kichu kechua (h)

H 808.068  NAD-K

 Nadan, Mukesh

 Kahavaton kee kahaniyan (h)

H 808.068  REN-C

 Renuka Viswanath

 Chaatu lucky (h)

H 808.068  VYA-B

 Vyadhit Hriday

 Bal Mahabharath (h)

H 8H4  SHA-N

 sharma, B K, ed.

 Nibandh sanchayan (h)

H 923.254  SHA-M

 Sharma, Chandrika Prasad

 Mahmana Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya  (h)

H 923.254  SHA-N

 Sharma, Chandrika Prasad

 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (h)

R  769.56  SUS-W

 sushma Suresh, ed.

 Who’s who on Indian stamps

S  8S0  BHA-S

 bhandarkar, Ramakrishna Gopal

 Second book of Sanskrit; Being a treatise on grammar with exercises

T  660.6  CBS-T.11

 CBSE

 Text book of Biotechnology, Class XI

T  660.6  CBS-T.12

 CBSE

 Text book of Biotechnology, Class XII

T 420  CBS-IRev.ed. 5

 CBSE

 Interact in English: Main Coursebook for English communicative for class IX

T 420.7  CBS-9

 CBSC

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative)  Class  IX

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LibGuides: Internet-1

LibGuides” (Library Guides) are guides which give useful information/tips to students and teachers on various topics based on the Library’s Information and Media Literacy (IML) Curriculum.The Library Media Centre a KV Pattom published the first Library Guide in the series on the topic Internet safety. It contains details on a proposed internet safety Policy, E-mail Security Tips and tips for staying safe on Social Network sites. The students can have copies from the Library.

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Readers of the Month: January 2012

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Name of the Student & Class

Naveena Pradeep, XI A

Your First Book and who gifted it ?

The Red Little Sparrow

My class teacher, Ms Rosemary

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

Jackdaws-Ken Follett

False impression- Jeffrey Archer

Harry Potter series-J K Rowling

The style in which the authors have portrayed characters in each of these books and also these books felt so real that could clearly visualize them as I read it.

Most favourite character

Hermione Granger in Harry potter and Felicity Clairet in Jackdaws

Now reading (Title & Author)

TITLE: Agatha Christie,An autobiography

AUTHOR- Agatha Christie

Where do you like to read most?

At home.

If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to  and why ?

J.K.Rowling. I have always been so surprised the way she finished off all the books giving a mind for no question to readers.

Who motivates you to read ?

My Father

Books you recommend to your friends?

Jackdaws, Shivering Sands, Sands OF Time,The Third Twin, False Impression, A matter of honour ,A Prisoner Of Birth.

 

Reading makes you

Think.

It takes you somewhere more than reality and helps you to have more innovative ideas as its said to think “out of box”. Moreover , it is more expressive as to how people feels and their emotions. All in all reading is EVERYTHING to me.

 

Name of the Student & Class

Bhavapriya Thottakad, XI-A

Your First Book and who gifted it ?

I can’t really remember all that well because it was quite long ago but I think it was The Whispering Rabbit. It was gifted by my Aunt when I was four years old, I think.

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

I have way too many favourite books!! And remembering all the titles will take a long time but some of them are The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, My Family and Other Animals and Birds, Beasts and Relatives by Gerald Durrell, All Creatures Great and Small and All Things Wise and Wonderful by James Herriot, The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Emmuska Orczy, The Children of the New Forest by Frederick Marryat etc etc. These are just some of my favourite books!

I don’t like to stick to a certain genre. I like dabbling in all kinds of books.

Most favourite character

Luna Lovegood from the Harry Potter series

Now reading (Title & Author)

TITLE:The Picture of Dorian Gray

AUTHOR: Oscar Wilde

Where do you like to read most?

Preferably on my bed. Or curled up in a chair. Now that I think about it, I like to read anywhere except in vehicles.

If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to and why ?

J.K. Rowling, most definitely. I have read the HP series so many times that I can’t count! These books endear themselves to me because the main protagonist is far from ideal. The characters in the books are not high and mighty and noble. Everyone has a flaw and J.K. Rowling has taken care to portray human emotions, vices and virtues all together. It would be quite an honour to meet her, though I’m not putting down the works of other authors.

Who motivate you to read ?

Nobody, really. I read because I like to read and not because of being motivated or inspired. However I have my parents to thank for, for encouraging the reading habit in me from quite an early age and also for not objecting (most of the times) against me reading during exam times! My mother used to tell me stories from the books she had read during her childhood and teenage years when I was four to five years old. Conventional fairy tales were not part of my childhood, instead I grew up listening to Russian folk tales, Wuthering Heights and many other classics. I have been told that whenever my mother told me the story of Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty, I used to insist on the bad guys and good guys switching roles! I was introduced to The Scarlet Pimpernel by my mother and now it is one of my most favourite books!

Books you recommend to your friends?

I wish I could remember the names of them all. As I’m not sure what the age specifications are, my recommendations are limited. But here are a few:-

His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman(preferably for readers above the age of 13), pretty much all the works of P.G. Wodehouse for e.g. The Girl in Blue,

Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister by Gregory Maguire(for a different take on Cinderella from the point of view of the stepsisters. Set in a non-magical universe. For older readers),

The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende(it’s a relatively new genre known as Mystical Realism. For older readers),

Dogsong by Gary Paulsen,

Rosy is My Relative by Gerald Durrell,

Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White,

Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead(For older readers),

The Bastard of Istanbul and Bonbon Palace by Elif Shafak(for older readers),

The Young Samurai series by Chris Bradford,

The Chalet School series by Elinor-Brent Dyer,

also I would recommend reading up on folk tales and fairy tales of other cultures…they are quite entertaining!!

Please experiment with all genres, don’t stick to just one.

 

Reading makes you…

Reading makes me escape reality and be in a world which I would never be able to visit in real life. I can be in a different world or a different character every time I read a book. While reading, I can go from sitting in a noisy classroom to riding on dragon back. Reading helps me get out of the “the Real World” which I find horrible. I pride myself on having an extreme imagination and at risk of sounding poetic ‘Reading lends my Imagination wings to lift off and fly high’. Imagination is to be cultivated because whenever you are feeling down and ragged on by people, imagining you are a different person and you’re in a different universe, lends you strength. This is the serious reason.

 

On a more playful note, reading gets me out of pointless conversations that I would rather avoid!!

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Name of the Student & Class

Linita Sara Paul , IX A

Your First Book and who gifted it ?

Secret Seven, from my friend Unnikrishnan

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

Twilight Saga by Stephanie Mayer, Harry Potter Series by J.K.Rowling. B’coz it is filled with mystery and adventure.

Most favourite character

Edward

Now reading (Title & Author)

TITLE:  Harry Potter and The Order of Phoenix

AUTHOR-J K Rowling

Where do you like to read most?

Everywhere

If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to  and why ?

Stephanie Mayer-Because she is the author of my favourite book Twilight Saga.

Who motivate you to read ?

Grandmother

Books you recommend to your friends?

Twilight Saga, Harry Potter ,Nancy Drew, Wings of Fire etc

Reading makes you

Happy and hopeful. It extends my imagination to its fullness.

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Teacher

Mr Mathew Abraham, PGT (Physics)

Books

Childhood favourites: My Experiments with Truth (Mahatma Gandhi)

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Conan Doyle)

Other Books: A Brief History of Time (Stephen Hawking)

Ignited Minds, Wings of Fire, India 2020 (APJ Abdul Kalam), Tao of Physics (by Fritjof Capra), Blinded by Light (by Paul Davis)

Journals: Current Science, Resonance (Available in School Library)

Physics World (Online Version), New Scientist, Nature Physics (Hope that these journals will also be made available in the school library soon)

Now reading

The Scientific Edge by Jayant V Narlikar

Why I Read?

 

Even after the advent of internet and the information revolution, I derive the pleasure of getting informed along with rigorous thinking through reading books, journals and magazines.

I always try to update my knowledge with Science Journals rather than books to keep myself up to date with latest developments as the journals give me more current developments than books.

Recommendations

The Tao of Physics (Fritjof Capra)

Conceptual Physics (Paul G Hewitt)

India 2020, Wings of Fire, Ignited Minds (APJ Abdul Kalam)

A Brief History of Time (Stephen Hawking)

Count your chickens before they hatch (Arindam Choudhury)

Message to students

Take Reading as a passion.

Reading does not require any special time. Our School Library has a vast collection of books. Go to the library whenever you get a chance and read the journals and the books which you find interesting. Reading a lot of books will help you find out your inner call and to realize your vocation. You are naturally attracted to books for which you are here. If some book in our library interests you, read it.

But, my humble suggestion is that, don’t just read for the sake of it; think deep and Dream a lot, dream of the future world of your imagination where all the problems are solved. Share your ideas through your articles and blogs.

Wish you the best of reading.

Let’s grow in knowledge.

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