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SENIOR SCHOOL PROJECTS

SUMMER PROJECTS


VI A

 

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VI C

 

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VII A

DO Math Project

Dharma Sears

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VII B

 

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VII C

 


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VIII A

 

POWER POINT PROJECT ON MICROBES

FOR ALL class 8

 

you have learnt about the various types of microorganisms living around us. here's your chance to highlight the involvement of these organisms, with other living organisms, in different ways.

 

Prepare a minimum of 15 slides using the power point programme of your computer on any ONE OF THE FOLLOWING aspectS of microbial life. The first slide must show “the title of the slide ', while the last but one must show -‘acknowledgements' . the last slide must show the bibliography.

 

You can use the web addresses given below, for your research work, AND\ OR USE OTHER WEBSITES. Mail your presentation to one of the following addresses, so that during the month of july, you can use your computer lessons in school to update / modify your presentation further. The project should be completed by the END OF july . attach this sheet on to your science files.

So, oN to RESEARCH…………..

 

TOPICS

1.wonders of microbe

6. Microbes-health promoters

2. microbes-health destroyers

7. experi ments with microbes

3. mysteries of microbes

8. fun with microbes

4. news making microbes

9. metal eating microbes

5. MICROBES in preventing pollution

10. microbes in medicine

 

web addresses:

•  www.swexpress.com

•  www.bact.wisc.edu

•  www.sciencepages.co.uk/

•  www.heinemannlibrary.com

•  www.inclinehs.org/smb/Xenorhabdus.htm

•  www.colostate.edu/Depts/bspm

•  www.biology.uc.edu/faculty/snider/syll1997.htm

• www.thedoctorsdoctor.com/diseases

•  www.protozoa.com

•  www.mcwdn.org/Animals/PROTOZOA.

•  www.potopalsky.kiev.ua/en/izatizon

•  frederic.malmartel.free.fr/

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VIII B

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VIII C

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IX A

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IX B

Write a 1 page magazine article from the perspective of an acient Roman. Can focus on any issue, art, fashion, sports, science, politics, etc. Should be done on white A4 paper.
Dharam Sears

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IX C

 

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X A

CLASS 10 A, B and C

ECONOMICS

MAJOR CHALLENGES BEFORE INDIAN ECONOMY

POVERTY

Write a short note on (2+2 )

•  Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojna

•  Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojna

  1.   What is the present scenario of Poverty in India ?( 2 )
  2. Mention the poverty alleviation programmes which Government of India started to help the educated unemployed urban youth of India .( 2 )
  3. How is rural to urban migration leading to poverty in urban areas.( 2 )
  4. Explain ‘Expenditure Method' of measuring poverty. (2 )
  5.   Define Poverty line. 2
  6. Define poverty (2 )
  7. What is the Income method of measuring poverty used for?( 2 )
  8. Mention the various occupations in which poverty ridden people in rural and urban people are involved in India ? (2)
  9. Explain four major causes of poverty in India . (4 )
  10. Explain the four major dimensions by which the government is trying

    to tackle the problem of poverty in India .( 4)


X B

 

SOCIAL STUDIES PROJECT
Class 10 A, B and C

 

NOTE: Use your holidays to do the following project. Do it sincerely. It is going to be the part of your internal evaluation.

 

  • The total length of the project report should be 15-20 pages.
  • The project report should be handwritten and credit will be awarded to original drawings, illustrations and creative use of materials.
  • The project report should be presented in a neatly bound simple folder.
  • The project report should be developed in the following sequence:

•  Cover page showing project title, your name, class, section, school's name

•  List of contents

•  Acknowledgements and preface(acknowledging the institution, offices and libraries visited and person who have helped).

•  Introduction

•  Chapters and suitable headings

•  Planning and activities to be done during the project. If any

•  Conclusions(summary and suggestions or findings, future scope of study)

•  Bibliography

•  All the photographs and sketches should be labled and related to the theme

•  Appendix( if needed)

PROJECT CHOICES

CONSUMER AWARENESS

T he project should include the information on the following points:

  1. Consumer awareness and its need
  2. Various forms of consumer exploitation
  3. Role of producers in protecting consumer rights.
  4. Case study as one incident of violation of consumer rights and the decision by the Consumer Courts

SUGGESTED METHODOLOGY

  • Survey different products and the information given as the packaging
  • Interview consumer courts officials and develop case study

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GLOBAL ISSUES- HUMAN RIGHTS

T he project should include the information on the following points:

  1. Violation of human rights with respect to women, children and refugees

 

  1. Human Rights charters

 

  1. Efforts by Amnesty, UNHRC, Indian Government, South Asian Countries

 

  1. Role of citizens

 

Make use of newspaper writings along with pictures, cartoons, stories of sufferings.

 

Interview people about human rights.

 

 

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X C

FOR ALL CLASS 10 A, B and C

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XI A

ENGLISH: FOR CLASS 11 A only
Read Animal Farm. Additionally write a report about the major causes and players of the Russian Revolution

PSYCHOLOGY- PROJECT for ALL CLASS 11

SUGGESTED TOPICS FOR PROJECT

  1. Gender Bias
  2. Teenage Stress
  3. Advertising and its impact
  4. Eating Disorders and body image
  5. Peer Pressure
  6. Problems faced by the elderly people in a metropolitan city
  7. Substance Abuse
  8. Any other concept from the text book

 

 

Choose a given topic and use any one of the research methods ( experimental, observation, survey, interview, questionnaire, cross-sectional) done in class to collect organize and interpret the data.

 

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XI B
HISTORY PROJECT

These two assignments will be the starting point of that refreshing approach to your year in this level.

  1. HISTORICAL BIOGRAPHY- A REVIEW

•  Choose a biography of any well known personality from the past or contemporary times – an Indian or an individual of any other country

•  Read the biography in the holidays

•  Write a review of 1000 words on these parameters

•  Why did you choose this personality?

•  How did this person make a difference to the course of history?

•  Review the author's perception- are they objective/ with bias/ chatty style etc

B. CASE STUDY- THOSE DAYS BY SUNIL GANGOPHADHAY

•  Read the book as a secondary literary source of Bengal and India in the 19 th century

•  The novel gives a flavour of the period of rule of the English East India Company with its main power centre – Bengal and of course the city of Kolkata

•  This period of history was vibrant with the strains of emerging nationalism against a foreign government- and the interplay of education on the existing social norms of 19 th century Bengal

•  Looking at the contents of the novel as source material – write a 1000 word historical research paper under the three subheadings – Political/ Social/ Economic – your analysis must have at least 10 references from the novel (you can quote) and 5 questions that come to your mind about the period

•  Refer to itiyas.com or www.indianchild.com and the novel – to uncover the interplay of historical forces which culminated in the Revolt of 1857

•  After you have looked for evidence like a budding historian try to draw your conclusions-see if you can draw parallels with any contemporary issues!

I hope this exercise will be exciting and add fillip to your pursuit of History.

Happy Holidays!

Sreela Mitra

 

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XI C

BUSINESS STUDIES - PROJECT

SUGGESTED TOPICS FOR PROJECT

  1. Eminent business personalities of India .
  2. E- Commerce India .
  3. Role of multi-national companies in India .
  4. Problems of setting up and running a business.
  5. Comparisio of Internet connection through telephone line and that through cable T.V. network in terms of cost, speed, and other aspects.

 

Choose a given topic and use any one of the research methods ( experimental, observation, survey, interview, questionnaire, cross-sectional) to collect organize and interpret the data.

 

 

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XII A

History: Summer Holiday work - Question Banks 6-9 (selected questions specified in class)

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XII B

History: Summer Holiday work - Question Banks 6-9 (selected questions specified in class)

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XII C

History: Summer Holiday work - Question Banks 6-9 (selected questions specified in class)

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