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Question Papers for Board Examinations 2012 (Class X & XII)

Arabic SET1    
Assamese SET1    
BahasaMelayu SET1    
Bengali SET1    
Bhutla SET1    
Bodo SET1    
Commerce SET1 SET2  
English Communicative SET1  SET2 SET3
English Language and Literature SET1 SET2 SET3
Foundation of Information Tecnology SET1    
French SET1    
German SET1    
Gujarati SET1    
Hindi(Course A) SET1 SET2 SET3
Hindi(Course B) SET1  SET2 SET3
Home Science SET1    
Japanese SET1    
Kannada SET1    
Lepcha SET1    
Limboo SET1    
Malayalam SET1    
Manipuri SET1    
Marathi SET1    
Mathematics for Blind Candidates SET1    
Mizo SET1    
Music Hindustani(Instrumental Melodic) SET1    
Music Hindustani(Instrumental Percussion) SET1    
Music Hindustani(Vocal) SET1    
Music Karnataka(Instrumental Melodic) SET1    
Music Karnataka(Instrumental Percussion) SET1    
Music Karnataka(Vocal) SET1    
Mathematics SET1  SET2 SET3
Nepali SET1    
Odia SET1    
Painting SET1    
Persian SET1    
Portuguese SET1    
Punjabi SET1    
Russian SET1    
Science SET1 SET2 SET3
Social Science SET1 SET2 SET3
Spanish SET1    
Science for Blind Candidates SET1    
Sanskrit(Commu) SET1 SET2  
Sindhi( SET1    
Tamil SET1    
Telugu SET1    
Tibetan SET1    
Urdu(CourseA) SET1    
Urdu (Course B) SET1    

Class XII

Accomodation Services SET1    
Accountancy SET1 SET2 SET3
Accounting for Business SET1    
Advance food Preperation SET1    
Agriculture SET1    
Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration SET1    
Applied Physics SET1    
Arabic SET1     
Assamese SET1    
Auto Engineering SET1    
Auto Shop Repair and Practice SET1    
Bakery Science SET1    
Beauty Therapy and Hair Derssing II SET1    
Basic concepts of Health & Disease and Medical Terminology SET1    
Basic Design(Common to Textile Design Weaving) SET1     
Bengali SET1    
Bhutia SET1    
Biology SET1 SET2 SET3
Biology for Blind Candidates SET1    
Biotechnology SET1    
Business Data Processing SET1    
Business Process Outsourcing Skills SET1    
Business Studies SET1 SET2 SET3
Cash Management and Housekeeping  SET1    
Chemistry SET1 SET2 SET3
Chemistry for Blind Candidates SET1    
Child Care Nursing SET1    
Classification and Cataloguing Paper II SET1    
Clinical Biochemistry Paper II SET1    
Clothing Construction PaperIII SET1    
Commercial Art History of Indian Art SET1    
Commmunity health nursing II SET1    
Computer Science SET1    
Computers and Life Insurance Administration Paper II SET1     
Confectionery SET1    
Consumer Behaviour & Protection Paper III SET1    
Cosmetic Chemistry SET1    
Creative Writing and Translation Studies SET1    
Dance Bharatnatyam SET1    
Dance Kuchipudi SET1    
Dance Mohiniyattam SET1    
Dance Odissi SET1    
Dance Kathak SET1    
Designing and Pattern Making SET1    
DTP, CAD and Multimedia SET1    
Dyeing and Printing SET1    
Economics SET1 SET2 SET3
Electrical Machines Paper II SET1    
Electrical Appliances Paper III SET1    
Electronic Devices and Circuits SET1    
Elements of Cost Accounting and Auditing SET1    
Engineering Graphics SET1    
Engineering Science Paper I SET1    
English (Core) SET1 SET2 SET3
English (Elective) SET1 SET2  
Entrepreneurship SET1    
Establishment & Management of Food Service Unit SET1    
Fabrication Technology-II SET1    
Fashion Studies SET1    
Financial Accounting Paper I SET1    
First Aid & Emergency Medical Care SET1    
Floriculture SET1    
Food and Beverage Services II SET1    
Food Preperation II Paper I SET1    
Food Science & Hygiene SET1    
Food and Beverage Cost & Control SET1    
Food Service II SET1    
Food Production SET1    
French SET1    
Functional English SET1    
Fundamentals of Nursing II SET1    
Geography SET1 SET2 SET3
German SET1    
Graphics Design SET1    
Gujarati SET1    
Health Education Communication and Public Relations & Public Health SET1    
Heritage Crafts SET1    
Hindi (Core) SET1 SET2 SET3
Hindi (Elective) SET1 SET2  
History SET1 SET2 SET3
Home Science SET1    
India -The Tourist Destination SET1    
Information Practices SET1    
Introduction to Financial Markets-II SET1    
IT Systems SET1    
Kannada SET1    
Lending Operations Paper II SET1    
Laboratory Medicine Paper I SET1    
Lepcha SET1    
Library Administration and Management Paper I SET1    
Limboo SET1    
Malayalam SET1    
Management of Bank Office Paper III SET1    
Manipuri SET1    
Marathi SET1    
Marketing Paper I SET1    
Maternity & Child Health Nursing II SET1    
Mathematics SET1 SET2 SET3
Meal Planning & Service SET1    
Mechanical Engineering SET1    
Microbiology SET1    
Midwifery SET1    
Mizo SET1    
Multimedia and Web Technology SET1    
Music Hindustani(Instrumental Melodic) SET1        
Music Hindustani(Instrumental Percussion) SET1    
Music Hindustani(Vocal) SET1    
Music Karnataka Instumental Percussion(Mridangam) SET1    
Music Karnataka(Vocal) SET1    
Nepali SET1    
Odia SET1    
Office Communication Paper III SET1    
Office Procedure and Practices SET1    
Ophthalmic Techniques (Vocational) Biology SET1    
Optics Paper II SET1    
Painting (History of Indian Art) SET1    
Persian SET1    
Philosophy SET1    
Physical Education SET1    
Physics SET1 SET2 SET3
Political Science SET1 SET2 SET3
Post Harvest Technology & Preservation Paper III SET1    
Primary Health Care and Health Centre management SET1    
Principles and Practices of Life Insurance Paper I SET1    
Psychology SET1    
Punjabi SET1    
Radiation Physics Paper I SET1    
Radio Engineering and Audio Systems Paper II SET1    
Radiography-II Paper II SET1    
Reference Service Paper III SET1    
Russian SET1    
Salesmanship PaperII SET1    
Sanskrit (Core) SET1 SET2  
Sanskrit (Elective) SET1 SET2  
Sculpture (History of indian art) SET1    
Secretarial Practice and Accounting Paper II SET1    
Shorthand (English) SET1    
Shorthand (Hindi) SET1    
Sindhi SET1    
Sociology SET1    
Spanish SET1    
Store Accounting Paper III SET1    
Vegetable Culture (Paper I) SET1    
Yoga, Anatomy and Physiology SET1    
Tamil SET1    
Tanggkhul SET1    
Television and Video Systems Paper III SET1    
Telugu SET1    
Textile Science Paper I SET1    
Tibetan SET1    
Tourism Management and Manpower Planning Paper III SET1    
Transportation Systems and Management SET1    
Travel Trade Management Paper II SET1    
Typography & Computer Applications (English) SET1    
Typography & Computer Applications (Hindi) SET1    
Understanding The Evolution And Forms of Mass Media SET1    
Urdu (Core) SET1    
Urdu (Elective) SET1


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Information Literacy sessions begin at KV Pattom






The proposed new Library Policy of Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV) has made it compulsory to KV Libraries to conduct classes on basic information literacy concepts. Students will learn the basic IL concepts (on Library, Internet, Media, etc) through a number of pre-planned technical sessions/activities/programmes (see the IL Curriculum Chart) which will make them expert users of information available in any format and become lifelong learners.

The US Presidential Committee on Information Literacy defined information literacy as a set of skills, which require an individual to: “recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information”. (Ref)

The Library at KV Pattom has started the IL sessions on 16 October 2012.

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Book Fair 2012


Smt. B.S.Valsala Nair inaugurates the 3 Day Book Fair on 16 October 2012 at KV Pattom






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The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling

With J. K. Rowling’s new novel, “The Casual Vacancy,” we are firmly in Muggle-land — about as far from the enchanted world of Harry Potter as we can get. There is no magic in this book — in terms of wizarding or in terms of narrative sorcery. Instead, this novel for adults is filled with a variety of people like Harry’s aunt and uncle, Petunia and Vernon Dursley: self-absorbed, small-minded, snobbish and judgmental folks, whose stories neither engage nor transport us.

It’s easy to understand why Ms. Rowling wanted to try something totally different after spending a decade and a half inventing and complicating the fantasy world that Harry and company inhabited, and one can only admire her gumption in facing up to the overwhelming expectations created by the global phenomenon that was Harry Potter. Unfortunately, the real-life world she has limned in these pages is so willfully banal, so depressingly clichéd that “The Casual Vacancy” is not only disappointing — it’s dull. The novel — which takes place in the tiny, fictional English village of Pagford, and chronicles the political and personal fallout created by the sudden death of a member of the parish council named Barry Fairbrother — reads like an odd mash-up of a dark soap opera like “Peyton Place” with one of those very British Barbara Pym novels, depicting small-town, circumscribed lives.

This is definitely not a book for children: suicide, rape, heroin addiction, beatings and thoughts of patricide percolate through its pages; there is a sex scene set in a cemetery, a grotesque description of a used condom (“glistening in the grass beside her feet, like the gossamer cocoon of some huge grub”) and alarming scenes of violent domestic abuse. The novel contains moments of genuine drama and flashes here and there of humor, but it ends on such a disheartening note with two more abrupt, crudely stage-managed deaths that the reader is left stumbling about with whatever is the opposite of the emotions evoked by the end of the “Harry Potter” series.

Instead of an appreciation for the courage, perseverance, loyalty and sense of duty that people are capable of, we are left with a dismaying sense of human weakness, selfishness and gossipy stupidity. Instead of an exhilarating sense of the mythic possibilities of storytelling, we are left with a numbing understanding of the difficulty of turning a dozen or so people’s tales into a story with genuine emotional resonance.

Many authors, of course, have created portraits of small-town life that capture the texture of ordinary lives with great depth of emotion. This, alas, is not the case here. Whereas the Harry Potter universe was as richly imagined and intricately detailed as Tolkien’s Middle Earth or L. Frank Baum’s Oz, Pagford seems oddly generic — a toy village, in which rooftops pop off to reveal adultery, marital discord and generational conflict among the tiny toy people. It’s as though writing about the real world inhibited Ms. Rowling’s miraculously inventive imagination, and in depriving her of the tension between the mundane and the marvelous constrained her ability to create a two-, never mind three-dimensional tale.

As “The Casual Vacancy” trundles along and Ms. Rowling starts grappling with the consequences of her characters’ darker secrets, the narrative gathers momentum, but it takes a lot of pages to get there. In the meantime we are treated to tedious descriptions of the political squabbles exacerbated by Barry Fairbrother’s death and historical accounts of class tensions in insular Pagford — most notably a face-off between one faction that is opposed to a public housing project and a clinic for addicts, and another that has a sense of duty toward the less fortunate. It’s a subject with the potential to reverberate with an American audience — given the current battles between Republicans and Democrats over the role and size of government — but as laid out here it’s oddly bloodless and abstract.

In some respects “The Casual Vacancy” is grappling with many of the same themes as the Harry Potter books: the losses and burdens of responsibility that come with adulthood, and the stubborn fact of mortality. One of the things that made Harry’s story so affecting was Ms. Rowling’s ability to construct a parallel world enlivened by the supernatural, and yet instantly recognizable to us as a place where death and the precariousness of daily life cannot be avoided, a place where identity is as much a product of deliberate choice as it is of fate. What’s missing here is an emotional depth of field. It’s not just because the stakes in this novel are so much smaller. (In “Harry Potter,” the civil war was literally between good and evil; here, it is between petty, gossip-minded liberals and conservatives.) It’s that the characters in “The Casual Vacancy” feel so much less fully imagined than the ones in the Harry Potter epic.

There is Gavin, Fairbrother’s best friend, who turns out to be in love with his widow; Fairbrother’s opponent, the extravagantly obese Howard Mollison, who considers himself the First Citizen of Pagford; Krystal Weedon, a skanky girl from the projects, and her junkie mother, Terri; Krystal’s new social worker, Kay Bawden, who has recently moved to Pagford with her teenage daughter; the disaffected adolescent boys, Fats and Andrew; and a variety of local gossips and pot-stirrers. Such characters are drawn in brisk, broad strokes, and with little of the complex ambiguity that fueled the later Harry Potter installments. In fact, there is a vacancy deep in the heart of this novel.

We do not come away feeling that we know the back stories of the “Vacancy” characters in intimate detail the way we did with Harry and his friends and enemies, nor do we finish the novel with a visceral knowledge of how their pasts — and their families’ pasts — have informed their present lives. Of course, Ms. Rowling had seven volumes to map out the intricacies of the wizarding world in Harry Potter. The reader can only hope she doesn’t try to flesh out the Muggle world of Pagford in any further volumes, but instead moves on to something more compelling and deeply felt in the future.

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A version of this review appeared in print on September 27, 2012, on page C1 of the New York edition with the headline: Darkness And Death, No Magic To Help.

Courtesy: The New York Times

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Mo Yan wins the Nobel Prize in Literature 2012


Mo Yan (a pseudonym for Guan Moye) was born in 1955 and grew up in Gaomi in Shandong province in north-eastern China. His parents were farmers. As a twelve-year-old during the Cultural Revolution he left school to work, first in agriculture, later in a factory. In 1976 he joined the People’s Liberation Army and during this time began to study literature and write. His first short story was published in a literary journal in 1981. His breakthrough came a few years later with the novella Touming de hong luobo (1986, published in French as Le radis de cristal 1993).

In his writing Mo Yan draws on his youthful experiences and on settings in the province of his birth. This is apparent in his novel Hong gaoliang jiazu (1987, in English Red Sorghum 1993). The book consists of five stories that unfold and interweave in Gaomi in several turbulent decades in the 20th century, with depictions of bandit culture, the Japanese occupation and the harsh conditions endured by poor farm workers. Red Sorghum was successfully filmed in 1987, directed by Zhang Yimou. The novel Tiantang suantai zhi ge (1988, in English The Garlic Ballads 1995) and his satirical Jiuguo (1992, in English The Republic of Wine 2000) have been judged subversive because of their sharp criticism of contemporary Chinese society.

Fengru feitun (1996, in English Big Breasts and Wide Hips 2004) is a broad historical fresco portraying 20th-century China through the microcosm of a single family. The novel Shengsi pilao (2006, in English Life and Death are Wearing Me Out 2008) uses black humour to describe everyday life and the violent transmogrifications in the young People’s Republic, while Tanxiangxing (2004, to be published in English as Sandalwood Death 2013) is a story of human cruelty in the crumbling Empire. Mo Yan’s latest novel Wa (2009, in French Grenouilles 2011) illuminates the consequences of China’s imposition of a single-child policy.

Through a mixture of fantasy and reality, historical and social perspectives, Mo Yan has created a world reminiscent in its complexity of those in the writings of William Faulkner and Gabriel García Márquez, at the same time finding a departure point in old Chinese literature and in oral tradition. In addition to his novels, Mo Yan has published many short stories and essays on various topics, and despite his social criticism is seen in his homeland as one of the foremost contemporary authors.

A selection of major works in Chinese

Touming de hong luobo, 1986

Hong gaoliang jiazu, 1987

Baozha, 1988

Tiantang suantai zhi ge, 1988

Huanle shisan zhang, 1989

Shisan bu, 1989

Jiuguo, 1992

Shicao jiazu, 1993

Dao shen piao, 1995

Fengru feitun, 1996

Hong shulin, 1999

Shifu yuelai yue youmo, 2000

Tanxiangxing, 2001

Cangbao tu, 2003

Sishiyi pao, 2003

Shengsi pilao, 2006

Wa, 2009

Works in English

Explosions and Other Stories / edited by Janice Wickeri. – Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translations, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991

Red Sorghum : a Novel of China / translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. – New York : Viking, 1993. – Translation of Hong gaoliang jiazu

The Garlic Ballads : a Novel / translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. – New York : Viking, 1995. – Translation of Tiantang suantai zhi ge

The Republic of Wine / translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. – New York : Arcade Pub., 2000. – Translation of Jiuguo

Shifu, You’ll Do Anything for a Laugh / translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. – New York : Arcade Pub., 2001. – Translation of Shifu yuelai yue youmo

Big Breasts and Wide Hips : a Novel / translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. – New York : Arcade Pub., 2004. – Translation of Fengru feitun

Life and Death are Wearing Me Out : a Novel / translated from the Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. – New York : Arcade Pub., 2008. – Translation of Shengsi pilao

Change / translated by Howard Goldblatt. – London : Seagull, 2010. – Translation of Bian

Pow / translated by Howard Goldblatt. – London : Seagull, 2013

Sandalwood Death / translated by Howard Goldblatt. – Norman : Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 2013. – Translation of Tanxiangxing

Selected Stories by Mo Yan / translated by Howard Goldblatt. – Hong Kong : The Chinese University Press,
20-?. – (Announced but not yet published)

Works in French

Le clan du sorgho : roman / traduit du chinois par Pascale Guinot et Sylvie Gentil avec la collaboration de Wei Xiaoping. – Arles : Actes sud, 1990. – Traduction de : Hong gaoliang jiazu

La mélopée de l’ail paradisiaque : roman / traduit du chinois par Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Éd. Messidor, 1990. – Traduction de : Tiantang suantai zhi ge

Le chantier : roman / traduit du chinois par Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Scandéditions, 1993 ; Paris : Seuil, 2007. – Traduction de : Zhulu

Le radis de cristal : récits / traduit du chinois par Pascale Wei-Guinot et Wei Xiaoping. – Arles : Picquier, 1993. – Traduction de : Touming de hong luobo ; Quishui

Les treize pas / traduit du chinois par Sylvie Gentil. – Paris : Seuil, 1995. – Traduction de : Shisan bu

Le pays de l’alcool / traduit du chinois par Noël et Liliane Dutrait. – Paris : Seuil, 2000. – Traduction de : Jiuguo

Beaux seins, belles fesses : les enfants de la famille Shangguan : roman / traduit du chinois par Noël et Liliane Dutrait. – Paris : Seuil, 2004. – Traduction de : Fengru feitun

La carte au trésor : récit / traduit du chinois par Antoine Ferragne. – Arles : Picquier, 2004. – Traduction de : Cangbao tu

Enfant de fer : nouvelles / traduit du chinois par Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Seuil, 2004

Explosion / traduit du chinois par Camille Loivier ; préf. de Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Éd. Caractères, 2004. – Paris : Éd. Caractères, 2004. – Traduction de : Baozha

Le maître a de plus en plus d’humour : roman / traduit du chinois par Noël Dutrait. – Paris : Seuil, 2005. – Traduction de : Shifu yuelai yue youmo

Le supplice du santal : roman / traduit du chinois par Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Seuil, 2006. – Traduction de : Tanxiangxing

La joie : roman / traduit du chinois par Marie Laureillard. – Arles : Picquier, 2007. – Traduction de : Huanle shisan zhang

Quarante et un coups de canon / traduit du chinois par Noël et Liliane Dutrait. – Paris : Seuil, 2008. – Traduction de : Sishiyi pao

La dure loi du karma : roman / traduit du chinois par Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Seuil, 2009. – Traduction de : Shengsi pilao

Grenouilles / traduit du chinois par Chantal Chen-Andro. – Paris : Seuil, 2011. – Traduction de : Wa

La Belle à dos d’âne dans l’avenue de Chang’an : récits / traduit du chinois par Marie Laureillard. – Arles : Picquier, 2011

Le veau ; suivi de Le coureur de fond / traduit du chinois par Francois Sastourné. – Paris : Seuil, 2012

Works in Swedish

Det röda fältet / översättning: Anna Gustafsson Chen. – Stockholm : Tranan, 1997. – Originaltitel: Hong gaoliang jiazu

Vitlöksballaderna / översättning: Anna Gustafsson Chen. – Stockholm : Tranan, 2001. – Originaltitel: Tiantang suantai zhi ge

Ximen Nao och hans sju liv / översättning från kinesiska: Anna Gustafsson Chen. – Stockholm : Tranan, 2012. – Originaltitel: Shengsi pilao

Works in Spanish

Sorgo rojo / traducido del inglés por Ana Poljak. – Barcelona : Muchnik, 1992. – Título original: Hong gaoliang jiazu

Grandes pechos, amplias caderas / traducción, Mariano Peyrou. – Madrid : Kailas, 2007. – Título original: Fengru feitun

Las baladas del ajo / traducción de Carlos Ossés. – Madrid : Kailas, 2008. – Título original: Tiantang suantai zhi ge

La vida y la muerte me están desgastando / traducción de Carlos Ossés. – Madrid : Kailas, 2009. – Título original: Shengsi pilao

La república del vino / traducción de Cora Tiedra. – Madrid : Kailas, 2010. – Título original: Jiuguo

Shifu, harías cualquier cosa por divertirte / traducción de Cora Tiedra. – Madrid : Kailas, 2011. – Título original: Shifu yuelai yue youmo

Rana / traducido del chino por Yifan Li ; editado por Cora Tiedra. – Madrid : Kailas, 2011. – Título original: Wa

Works in German

Das rote Kornfeld : Roman / Deutsch von Peter Weber-Schäfer. – Reinbek bei Hamburg : Rowohlt, 1993. – Originaltitel: Hong gaoliang jiazu

Die Knoblauchrevolte : Roman / Deutsch von Andreas Donath. – Reinbek bei Hamburg : Rowohlt, 1997. – Originaltitel: Tiantang suantai zhi ge

Trockener Fluß und andere Geschichten / Aus dem Chines. von Susanne Hornfeck u.a. – Dortmund : Projekt-Verl., 1997

Die Schnapsstadt : Roman / Deutsch von Peter Weber-Schäfer. – Reinbek bei Hamburg : Rowohlt, 2002. – Originaltitel: Jiuguo

Die Sandelholzstrafe : Roman / Aus dem Chines. von Karin Betz. – Frankfurt am Main : Insel, 2009. – Originaltitel: Tanxiangxing

Der Überdruss : Roman / Aus dem Chines. von Martina Hasse. – Bad Honnef : Horlemann, 2009. – Originaltitel: Shengsi pilao



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Study Materials 2012-‘13: Class X, XI & XII

Class X

Study material of English for class X

Courtesy: KVS ZIET Mumbai

Class XI

Material for Bridge Course Class XI – Biology

Material for Bridge Course Class XI – PHYSICS

Material for Bridge Course Class XI – CHEMISTRY

Material for Bridge Course Class XI – ECO

Material for Class XI – MATHEMATICS

Courtesy: KVS ZIET Mumbai


Hindi Core 2012-13

Courtesy: KVS ZIET Mysore

Class XII

History (English) 2012-13

History (Hindi) 2012-13


Courtesy: KVS ZIET Mysore

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