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Main Course Book Class 10 Cbse

90% of Indian student study only for exam. They never see what good things can achieve from book other than marks. My view is that this main. What is the use of main course book class 10 published by CBSE in context to board exams Is NCERT enough for CBSE Class X Science and Maths boards?. GET ALL ANSWERS AND SOLUTIONS TO MAIN COURSE BOOK CLASS-X CBSE (NCERT) BOOK. CLICK ON NOW!!! UNIT 1 - DO INDIANS.

The Board is committed to provide quality education to promote intellectual, social and cultural vivacity among its learners. It works towards evolving a learning process and environment, which empowers the future citizens to become global leaders in the emerging knowledge society. The Board advocates Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation with an emphasis on holistic development of learners. The Board commits itself to providing a stress-free learning environment that will develop competent, confident and enterprising citizens who will promote harmony and peace. About Academics Unit The goal of the Academic, Training, Innovation and Research unit of Central Board of Secondary Education is to achieve academic excellence by conceptualising policies and their operational planning to ensure balanced academic activities in the schools affiliated to the Board. The Unit strives to provide Scheme of Studies, curriculum, academic guidelines, textual material, support material, enrichment activities and capacity building programmes. The unit functions according to the broader objectives set in the National Curriculum Framework and in consonance with various policies and acts passed by the Government of India from time to time. Some major objectives of the Unit are: i. To define appropriate approaches of academic activities to provide stress free, child centred and holistic education to all children without compromising on quality ii. To analyse and monitor the quality of academic activities by collecting the feedback from different stakeholders iii. To develop norms for implementation of various academic activities including quality issues; to control and coordinate the implementation of various academic and training programmes of the Board; to organize academic activities and to supervise other agencies involved in the process iv. To adapt and innovate methods to achieve academic excellence in conformity with psychological, pedagogical and social principles.

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Sign-up Log-in. Toggle navigation. Unit-1 Do Indians get enough sleep? Next Chapter 3: Solutions of Questions on Page Number: Complete the table by putting them in the relevant column.

Mental Health Benefits: Social Benefits: Boosts immunity Strengthens relationships Enhances teamwork Relieves stress Helps diffuse conflict Eases anxiety and fear Promotes group bonding Lowers stress hormones Decreases pain Improves mood Adds joy and zest to life Attracts others to us Enhances resilience Relaxes our muscles Prevents heart disease. Arrange the headings in the right order against the paragraph numbers: Mathematics Class 10 Syllabus.

English Communicative Class 10 Syllabus Science Class 10 Syllabus Since, it was midnight and very dark, we decided to take a torch and a dog with us. Then we all climbed up to the terrace to catch hold of the robber but by the time we reached there he was already gone. My father said that he must have gone away after listening to the barking of the dog.

But we all were amazed because the door was still locked the same way as it had been before. The best part was that everything near the terrace was on its right place. But one thing that surprises me most is that whether it was really a robber or someone else, because I have only seen a shadow, the door was locked and nothing had been stolen.

Question 8: Taking help of the following points together with your own ideas, write a story in about words. Give a suitable title to the story. An old rich lady becomes blind — calls in a doctor — agrees to pay large fee if cured, but nothing if not — her eyes bandaged—doctor removes something everyday — eyes cured — doctor asks for payment — lady refuses to pay — says cure not complete — doctor takes the matter to court-judge asks why she does not pay — she says sight not restored — she cannot see her furniture — judge decides the case in her favour — Moral.

She called in a doctor who after examining her told her that her eye-sight could be restored, but would charge a high sum for it. The lady agreed on the condition that she would pay the fee only if she got cured but she would not pay anything if she did not get her vision back.

The doctor started her treatment. He bandaged her eyes and applied some medicine to her eyes. The doctor was a dishonest man.

He saw many valuable things and costly furniture in the house. He planned to steal them. Since, the lady was blind, he started removing something or the other everyday from the house without the knowledge of the lady. At last the day came when the lady got cured. The doctor asked for his payment but the lady refused to pay saying that her cure was not complete. The doctor took the lady to the court. The court asked the lady the reason for not paying the fees.

The lady said that her sight was not restored as she could not see the furniture in her house. The judge understood the whole matter. He found the doctor guilty. The case was decided in favour of the old lady and the doctor was punished.

Moral: Dishonesty never pays. Question 9. Last night you heard a noise in your room. You opened your eyes and…………. Write a story in about words about what happened then. Answer: Unfoiled Robbery Attempt It was very hot last night. I had slept with the windows open. At around 2 p. I heard a noise in my room.

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I tried to look around and got a faint glimpse of a man entering through the open wondow. I felt afraid. The man entered with a torch in his hand. With the help of torch light, he located the cupboard in my room. Walking stealthly he moved towards it. I gathered my courage and told myself to do something.

Suddenly, an idea struck my mind as I could not make any noise to make the thief aware of my presence. I gave a missed call through my cell phone to my parents who were sleeping in the next room. My father, a bit perplexed, came to my room. The moment he opened the door, the thief tried to run away. The target was quite close. He jumped but the bottle hit him badly and he fell down.

We caught him and handed him over to the police in die morning. Question As I opened the window I saw an unusual looking face. I was astonished.

I got up from the chair and opened the window. To my surprise, it was an alien. Probably he was left behind by some UFO. I thought of enquiring it from him so, I gave him a friendly smile.

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Gathering his courage, the alien entered my room. He was looking strangely at all the things in the room. I tried to converse with him but he could not understand me. I made some pictures on a paper but all in vain. There was no communication between us. He was looking a bit nervous and was looking all around as if trying to find something.

Suddenly, it clicked me that he was hungry. I asked him in sign language whether he wanted to have something and he shook his head.

Now, I realised that we could communicate through sign language. He made some vague signs as if he was trying to tell me something. Then he got up and stood near the window. He was looking at the sky. Suddenly, I noticed a smile on his face.

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I looked out and saw some flashes of light in the sky. He made some strange sounds and started jumping. The light came nearer and stopped at a distance. I realised it was a space-ship. The alien rushed out through the window towards the space-ship. There was a loud noise when the space-ship started taking off. I tried to stop him and then there was a loud thud.

My eyes opened and I realised it was all a dream. Students mostly think that their teachers exaggerate their bad qualities.

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