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Study Materials: X, XI, XII

कक्षा – बारहवीं वीडियो लिंक
क्र.सं. विषय वीडियो लिंक/Video Link
1 भौतिक विज्ञान/ Physics भौतिक विज्ञान/ Physics
2 रसायन विज्ञान/ Chemistry रसायन विज्ञान/ Chemistry
3 जीव विज्ञान/ Biology जीव विज्ञान/ Biology
4 गणित/Mathematics गणित/Mathematics
कक्षा – दसवीं
क्र.सं. विषय लिंक/Link
1 हिन्दी/Hindi हिन्दी/Hindi
2 अंग्रेजी/English अंग्रेजी/English
3 सामाजिक विज्ञान/ Soc. Science सामाजिक विज्ञान/Soc. Science
4 विज्ञान/Science विज्ञान/Science

कक्षा- बारहवीं

क्र. सं. विषय लिंक/Link
1 अंग्रेजी/English अंग्रेजी/English
2 जीव विज्ञान/Biology जीव विज्ञान/Biology
3 अर्थशास्त्र/Economics अर्थशास्त्र/Economics
4 व्यावसायिक शिक्षा/Busi. Studies व्यावसायिक शिक्षा/Busi. Studies
5 लेखाशास्त्र/Accountancy लेखाशास्त्र/Accountancy
6 भूगोल/Geography भूगोल/Geography
7 इन्फोर्माइटिक्स प्रैक्टिसेज/ I.P. इन्फोर्माइटिक्स प्रैक्टिसेज/ I.P.
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Question Bank, VI-XII

क्र.सं./ Sl. No. कक्षा एवं विषय (Class & Subjects)

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लिंक/Link
1 XII Accountancy XII Accountancy
2 XII Business Studies XII Business Studies
3 XII Economics XII Economics
4 XII English XII English
5 XII Geography XII Geography
6 XII Hindi XII Hindi
7 XII History XII History
8 XII Maths XII Maths
9 XII Chemistry XII Chemistry
10 XII Physics XII Physics
11 XII Biology XII Biology
12 I-V (Maths) I-V (Maths)
13 VI-VIII (Soc. Science) VI-VIII (Soc. Science)
14 VI-VIII (Maths) VI-VIII (Maths)

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Support Materials, Class IX, X, XI, XII

PHYSICS

QUESTION BANK – PHYSICS CLASS XII

MODULE TEACHING OF PHYSICS

STUDY MATERIAL- CLASS XI & XII [NCERT EXAMPLER , SOLUTIONS( NCERT , H C VERMA , IRUDOV) BOARD PAPERS]

CHEMISTRY

Support Material Class XI & XII

Support Material Class IX & X

Study Material Class IX

Level Wise Questions Class XI

Value Based Questions Class XI

Unit  Wise Question Bank on the basis of three typologies Claa XI

Sample Question Papers Clas XI

EQUILIBRIUM – Questions & Answers

HYDROCARBONS – Questions & Answers

STATES OF MATTER & THERMODYNAMICS – Questions & Answers

Question Bank – Class XII Chemistry

MATHEMATICS

Geogebra- Mathematics Reference Material

BIOLOGY

Biology XII – Concept Maps

HINDI

आदर्श प्रश्न पत्र कक्षा ग्यारह एवं बारह 2016

अभ्यास कार्य पत्रक कक्षा ग्यारह पद्य खंड

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हिन्दी भाषा ज्ञान की परख

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150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi: Celebrating an immortal legacy

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From Mohan to Mahatma

It has been seventy years since Mahatma Gandhi departed from our midst. But his life and soul continue to animate humanity transcending national and international boundaries. His contribution to human development is far too great and varied to have been forgotten or to be overlooked. The world today recognizes him as a far more compelling social innovator than humanity ever realized.

The life of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is a story of heroic effort to establish the values of Truth and Non-violence in human life. In pursuing this objective Gandhiji became a Mahatma from a mere ‘Monya’. He became a messenger, for the people of the world surrounded by fire of violence in the twentieth century. He also became ‘The Father of The Nation’. He saved India and Britain from mutual hate and revenge by resorting to the experiment of Truth and Non-violence in India’s struggle for freedom. This created an atmosphere which made it possible for other countries of Asia and Africa to free themselves without bloodshed from the hold of the European countries which had subdued them in the nineteenth century.

Being born in a middle class Vaishnava family and brought up in that atmosphere till he joined school and received instruction according to the system then prevailing, he lived, dressed and dined in the way all children of that class did. Later, he went to England for studies and changed his dress to suit the conditions of that country. But in food and certain other matters, he remained true to the lesson he had learnt early in life. On his return to India after being called to the Bar, he passed through difficult times as all beginners in the profession of the law have to do and it was as a lawyer that he went to South Africa to help a client. He had, however, to spend many years there as the condition of Indians and the treatment they received demanded that he should serve them rather than return to India. His struggle with the authorities brought about a considerable change in his life and by the time he returned to India, he had already become a Mahatma. His dress in India on his return was different from what he used to wear when he was practicing as a Barrister and conformed to the old Kathiawadi type.

If in South Africa it was the Railway Ticket Collector who paved the way for the birth of a Satyagrahi, in India it was a poor peasant from Champaran, Rajkumar Shukla, who provided him a platform to test the power of Satyagraha on the Indian soil. His campaign in favour of the non-co-operation movement brought about another change which identified his outward appearance with that of the humblest and lowliest of the land and he stuck to the loin cloth till he departed with the name of God on his lips.

Mahatma Gandhi was imprisoned several times in his pursuit of non-cooperation and undertook many ‘fasts’ to protest against the oppression of the down trodden in India.

He invented the techniques of mass –civil disobedience in South Africa which were later emulated in India and across the world.

On January 30th, 1948, the assassin’s bullet ended the physical existence of Mahatma Gandhi and made him immortal who left an indelible legacy to the mankind –‘My life is my Message’.

Know more about our Father of the Nation

 

Photographs

Basic Books by and on Gandhi

Audios

Videos

Cartoons

Courtesy: https://gandhi.gov.in

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Class X & XII Sample Question Papers (2018-’19)

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KV Pattom Library got nominated for LibTech 2019 Award Program

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom Library got nominated for the LibTech 2019 Award Program for the effective integration of Technology in libraries. The Award Program was instituted as part of the Library Technology Conclave (LTC 2019) organized jointly by Informatics India Ltd., and Cochin University of Science And Technology which was held at CUSAT during 23-25 January 2019. KV Pattom Library was one among the top 8 libraries nominated for the award. Mr. Marshall Breeding, Former Director, Innovative Technologies and Research, Vanderbilt University Libraries, Nashville, TN, USA was the Chair of the Selection Committee.

 

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‘Gift a Book & Get a Friend’, Ed. 6, Jan. 2019

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The Sixth Edition of the popular social responsibility imitative of KV Pattom Library, Gift a Book & Get a Friend, will be held in January 2019.

Registration is now open for the programme. Students and staff members are invited to donate book (new and used) and register their names for the programme in the library on or before 25 January 2019.

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‘The Butterfingers Series’ by Khyrunnisa: A perfect gift for every child

The popular Butterfingers series of humorous books published by Penguin Random House India (Puffin) have been written by Khyrunnisa A. There are six books in the series so far, and the latest, Of Course It’s Butterfingers! was launched on December 9, 2018 in Trivandrum by Dr Shashi Tharoor, who has launched the previous five books too.

The first three books are sports-based novels – Howzzat Butterfingers! (2010), Goal Butterfingers! (2012) and Clean Bowled, Butterfingers! (2015) – and the next three are collections of short stories – The Misadventures of Butterfingers (2016), Run, It’s Butterfingers Again! (2017) and Of Course It’s Butterfingers! (2018)

They are hilarious books that centre around a high-spirited thirteen year old boy called Amar Kishen who, by virtue of being clumsy and accident-prone, has earned for himself the nickname Butterfingers.  He is a Class VIII student of Green Park High School and has a set of whacky friends to give him company in his never-ending misadventures.

About the series

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‘The imaginative world conjured by Khyrunnisa in the Butterfingers stories is charming, witty and boisterous, full of good-humoured mischief and benign fun, stylishly and effortlessly evoked through the clear-eyed magic of her captivation prose

Through the Butterfingers series, Khyrunnisa has made possible the advent of a genuinely popular children’s literature in Indian writing in English with hilarious, believable experiences couched in fluent and entertaining language.

With sports at the heart of many stories, the Butterfingers books are delightful and make school sound like so much fun. Khyrunnisa’s Butterfingers is a gift to the children of our nation!’: Shashi Tharoor

‘Khyrunnisa A’s Butterfingers series has bowled over readers, cricketers and celebrities alike’ :The Hindu

‘The adolescent antics of the hero of the Butterfingers series are subtle primers for real-life challenges. At an age when superheroes and mythology rule the roost in children’s literature, writer Khyrunnisa A is a trail blazer. (Butterfingers) has a unique style….It is witty, based on the theme of sports and has real-life situations. However, it also has social criticism and attempts to develop interest in literature in a subtle way. Interestingly, the Butterfingers series is enjoyed by adults too, especially those interested in sports’: Times of India

Howzzat Butterfingers!

Image result for howzzat butterfingers‘What great fun. It brings back long lost memories of my Prep School days’ :Mansur Ali Khan ( Nawab of Pataudi)

Howzzat Butterfingers! packs in all the high-voltage drama that an inter school cricket match can supply….A great read for cricket lovers, both young and old.’: The Telegraph (Calcutta)

 The complete quote is, ‘The school story has always been the favourite genre of middle graders. But Indian authors have struggled to keep up with Hughes, Blyton, Brent-Dyer, Buckeridge and Rowling. This book gives them a run for their money with its plot – cricket, a hidden will and pranks – sheer readability and wholesomeness’.-The Week

Goal, Butterfingers!

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‘Goal is an enthralling offering’: The Hindu

‘Tastier than candy bars’: Deccan Chronicle

‘Packed with lots of fun and pranks that define childhood’: Sakal Times

Clean Bowled, Butterfingers!

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‘Clean Bowled, Butterfingers! is an exuberant mix of school, cricket and fun that bowled me over and kept me laughing from beginning to end. A delightful read’: VVS Laxman

‘Khyrunnisa does it again with this latest instalment of the Butterfingers saga. Clean Bowled is amusingly written, imaginatively plotted and always delightful, with martinet principals, jewel thieves, smelly gloves, exploding sapotas and an exciting cricketing climax. Wish I could be a kid again to savour the fun even more!’: Shashi Tharoor

The Misadventures of Butterfingers

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‘Khyrunnisa’s done it again!  She’s woken me up. And I take after my closest relative, the sloth, I sleep a lot ! Her racy and action-packed stories of Amar remind me of one of my favourite authors, Richmal Crompton . I got a crash course in Shakespeare, a memory recall of my own principal’s accident, and who doesn’t relate to roller skates disasters?  It’s a lovely, rollicking throwback to one’s school years. Amar is a desi “William”.
Khyrunnisa, I bow to thee’ :Cyrus Broacha

‘Butterfingers is back! That’s the good news for all those who have enjoyed Khyrunnisa’s wonderful character. And for those of you who don’t know who he is, what better way to begin than with these delightful short stories where a ghost walks the halls of the school and Shakespeare gets a mauling. Enjoy!’: Jerry Pinto

‘As a fellow butterfingers, I am a big fan of Amar of Class VIII. The whole world would be a dull place without dropped catches and broken dishes’ :Ruskin Bond

Run, It’s Butterfingers Again!

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‘Whether you are sixty or sixteen, there is a character for all of us in this fifth instalment of Butterfingers, packed with the exploits of Amar and his friends who keep us thoroughly entertained till the last page. Exceptionally witty and cleverly plotted, Khyrunnisa has given us yet again a perfectly captivating read’. Shashi Tharoor

‘Driven by the hilariously original escapades of Amar and his friends, the stories in Khyrunnisa’s Run, It’s Butterfingers Again! offer a wonderfully crafted walk down memory lane, straight back to those everyday excitements and adventures that lurk in every classroom and in the life of every schoolchild.’ :Manu S. Pillai

Of Course It’s Butterfingers!

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Like a good game of cricket, this book keeps you hooked till the very end!’ :Mithali Raj, captain, Women’s National Cricket Team

‘Who’s at his every-disaster-has-a-silver-lining best? Who can snatch defeat (almost) from the jaws of victory? The Wizard of the Woeful … the Foremost Lord of the Foul-Up… the Bumbling Baron of Blunders…of course it’s Butterfingers! I laughed, loved it and look forward to the rematch’ :Robin Jeffrey, academic and writer.

Links

Author website

https://penguin.co.in/author/a-khyrunnisa/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khyrunnisa_A.

https://www.amazon.in/Course-Its-Butterfingers-Khyrunnisa/dp/0143443267

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