Topics for Projects

Dear Students,

Hope and pray that you are hale and hearty notwithstanding the odds and discomforts of being confined to your homes. Here we are to provide the students of Classes IX & X with the project works for which you will surely either be graded or marked. So make the maximum outcome of the lock down period and put your heart and mind to making your project the best.

Project for First Assessment 2020-21

Class IX

Bengali 

1) করোনা ভাইরাস প্রতিরোধে “ভিড়ে নয় ঘরে থাকুন”-এই যুক্তির স্বপক্ষে তোমার মতামত লেখো।(70 Words)

2. করোনা ভাইরাস এর মত ভয়ানক মহামারীর সুযোগ নিয়ে কিছু অসাধু ব্যবসায়ী নিজের মুনাফা লাভের চেষ্টা করছে-এর প্রতিবাদ করে সাধারণ মানুষের দৃষ্টি আকর্ষণ করার জন্য বাংলা সংবাদ পত্রের সম্পাদক মহাশয়ের কাছে একটি পত্র লেখো।

Hindi- No Project

Biology

Topic – Visit a vegetable market in your locality when possible or surf Google.

Method – a) Find out the types of waste and method, prevalent for their disposal.

  1.    b) Prepare a report on the basis of the information collected and suggest  measures to improve the environmental conditions

Observation –Follow the points given in the lab manual in Project-1

Geography

Topics ( Choose any one)

  1. The landforms of the Earth. Students will be required to write about various landforms of the earth and paste good, relevant pictures. At the end one case study of any one landform should be prepared.
  2. Meteorological Instruments and their uses _ Six’s maximum and minimum thermometer, mercury Barometer, aneroid Barometer, wind vane, anemometer, rain gauge and hygrometer. Students should write about these and paste good, relevant pictures. At the end one case study of any one Meteorological station should be prepared.

English Literature

Topics (Choose any one) (300-400 words)

  1. How does Shakespeare bring out the theme of loyalty and friendship through the play “The Merchant of Venice”. Prove with examples from the text.
  2. Analyse all the female characters of the play “The Merchant of Venice”.

History & Civics

Topic  – Make a comparative study of the Harappan and the Mesopotamian Civilization.

Mathematics

Topic – Rectilinear Figures

  • Acknowledgement
  • Content
  • Definition of Rectilinear Figures
  • Theorems on Rectilinear Figures (refer book)
  • Different types of Quadrilateral (with their properties and figure)
  • Theorems on Quadrilateral (refer book)
  • Construct Quadrilateral
  1. When four sides are given.
  2. Trapezium with four sides given.
  3. Parallelogram with
  • two adjacent sides and included angle
  • two adjacent sides and one diagonal
  • two diagonal and one side
  • two diagonal and included angle
  • diagonal , height and one side given
  1. Construct regular Hexagon
  2. Bibliography
  3. Conclusion

PhysicsTopic

  1. To write in the Lab-manual the first six experiments (Sub parts included) with the help of the writings which are given in the Lab-manual itself.
  2. To draw and label the drawings ( which are already given in the manual)
  3. To leave one blank page for the readings to write afterwards ( Laboratory readings)

Note: a) Students will follow the patterns and sequence of writing the literature as it is given in the manual.

  1. b) On the index page, name of the experiment should be mentioned, page no. should be written. In the column of ‘Date of Submission’ students should not write any date. The mentioned column will be filled afterwards.

SUPW – General instruction – (Use pictures as per requirement)

  • Acknowledgment
  • Content
  • Introduction of SUPW (As given below)
  • History of SUPW (As given below)

Topic: 1. Layout of the Project: Wax Candle

  • Introduction
  • Material required
  • Method of making candle
  • Conclusion
  1. Layout of the Project :  Jute Bag
  • Introduction
  • Material required
  • Method of making Jute bag
  • Advantages of using Jute Bags instead of Plastic bags.
  • Conclusion

SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work)

Socially useful productive work (SUPW) is a subject in Indian schools where students can choose from a number of vocational education activities like knitting,gardening, cooking, painting,carpentry and other crafts and hobbies and clubbed communiity service for senior students.

Students learn to work as a team and to work with skill and deftness. It was introduced in 1978, by the Ministry of Education to promote Gandhian values and education ideas of Mahatma Gandhi.

History of SUPW:

” SUPW may be described as purposive and meaningful manual work, resulting in either goods or service which are meaningful to the society.”…….. Report of Review Committee, 1977

Recommending education through craft Mahatma Gandhi said,…” The core of my suggestion is that handicrafts are taught not merely for production work but for developing intellect of the pupils.”

This idea was taken forward by the Kothari Commission (1964-66),which suggested introduction of ‘ work experience’ in education. Subsequently, after the recommendations of ‘ Ishwarbhai Patel Committee’ (July 1977),which first coined the term,Socially Useful Productive Work or SUPW ,the subject was first introduced to the school curriculum in 1978, by Ministry of Education ,Government of India.

Computer

  1. Write a program to accept a number and check whether the number is divisible by 3 as well as 5. Otherwise, decide:
  2. Is the number divisible by 3 and not by 5?
  3. Is the number divisible by 5 and not by 3?
  4. Is the number neither divisible by 3 nor by 5?

 

  1. Write a program to enter three sides of a triangle and check whether the triangle is possible or not. If possible, then display whether it is an Equilateral, an Isosceles or a Scalene Triangle, otherwise display the message “Triangle is not possible”.

 

  1. Using switch-case statement, write a menu driven program to convert a given temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius and vice-versa. For an incorrect choice, an appropriate message should be displayed.

 

  1. The volume of solids, viz. cuboids, cylinder and cone can be calculated by the formula:
  • Volume of cuboid (v) = length × breadth × height
  • Volume of cylinder (v) = πr2×h
  • Volume of cone (v) = × πr2×h

 

  1. Display Fibonacci Series of the first 10 numbers.

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34

 

  1. Find the sum of the following series:

sum = 1 +  +  +  + ….. +

 

  1. Display the following pattern:

5

4 5

3 4 5

2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

 

  1. Display the following pattern:

A

A b

A b C

A b C d

A b C d E

 

  1. Write a program to enter two numbers and find the GCD/HCF and LCM of those numbers.

LCM = Product of two numbers/GCD or HCF

 

  1. Write a program in Java to enter a number as input and check whether the number is Prime or Composite.

 

 Project for First Assessment 2020-21

Class X

Bengali

1) ‘লালু’গল্প অনুসরণে লালু চরিত্র টি বিশ্লেষণ করো।(80words)

2. ‘গিন্নি’ গল্প অনুসরণ করে আশু চরিত্র টি বিশ্লেষণ করো এবং তার গিন্নি নামকরণের ইতিহাস টি সংক্ষেপে লেখো।

Hindi
GADYA VIBHAG
Chapter १
१. भेड़ और भेड़िए कहानी का लेखक परिचय और रचनाओं के नाम लिखे।
२. पाठ का सार।
३. कहानी का उद्देश्य एवम् शीर्षक की सार्थकता।
Chapter २
१. दो कलाकार कहानी के लेखिका का परिचय एवम् रचनाओं के नाम लिखे।
२. कहानी के पात्रों के चरित्र चित्रण।
३. कहानी वर्तमान समाज के किस छवि को उजागर करती है लिखे।
PADYA VIBHAG
CHAPTER १
१. भिक्षुक कविता का कवि परिचय। भावार्थ । शीर्षक की सार्थकता।
२. चलना हमारा काम कविता का कवि परिचय। कविता का भावार्थ, उद्देश्य।

Geography

Topic: ( Any one ) [ Use relevant Pictures and Maps]

  1. Tourist destinations and development of tourism in India- A Case study on any tourist place
  2. Industries in India and the latest trends of our industries ,its impact on economy of India.

 

Physics

Topics

  1. To write in the Lab-manual the first six experiments( Sub parts included ) with the help of the writings which are given in the Lab-manual itself.
  2. To draw and label the drawings ( which are already given in the manual)
  3. To leave one blank page for the readings to write afterwards ( Laboratory readings)

Note : a) Students will follow the patterns and sequence of writing the literature as it is given in the manual.

  1. b) On the index page, name of the experiment should be mentioned, page no. should be written. In the column of ‘Date of Submission’ students should not write any date. The mentioned column will be filled afterwards.

Mathematics

Topic : Shares and Dividend

  • Acknowledgment
  • Content
  • Definition of shares and dividend
  • Meaning of different terms NV, MV shares, Stock exchange, NSE, BSE,NIFTY etc.
  • Study of pattern of values( increase / decrease ) of shares of any 10 multinational company. Write its value and put on graph, for the month of February 2020.
  • Home Budget
  • What is budget, Personal budget
  • Advantages of Budget
  • Monthly budget (any two months)
  • Bibliography
  • Conclusion

History & Civics

Topic: Compare the Parliamentary and Presidential forms of government with reference to UK and USA.

 

English Literature

Topic (Choose any one) (within 1500 words)

  1. Analyse the theme of the Poem “The Heart of the Tree” written by Henry Cuyler Bunner.
  2. “The cold Within “ written by James Patrick Kinney, conveys a social message to its readers. Elucidate with examples from the poem.

English Language

Topic- 1. Oral and Aural Skills

SUPW

General instruction: (use pictures as per requirement)

  • Acknowledgement
  • Content
  • Introduction of SUPW
  • History of SUPW

Layout of the project 1:Project Name: Model making with plaster of paris

  • Introduction
  • Material required
  • Method of making model
  • Conclusion

Layout of the project 2:Project Name: Sock puppet/Paper puppet (any one)

  • Introduction
  • Material required
  • Method of making puppet
  • Conclusion

SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work)

Socially useful productive work (SUPW) is a subject in Indian schools where students can choose from a number of vocational education activities like knitting, gardening, cooking, painting, carpentry and other crafts and hobbies and clubbed community service for senior students.

Students learn to work as a team and to work with skill and deftness. It was introduced in 1978, by the Ministry of Education to promote Gandhian values and education ideas of Mahatma Gandhi.

History of SUPW:

” SUPW may be described as purposive and meaningful manual work, resulting in either goods or service which are meaningful to the society.”…….. Report of Review Committee, 1977

Recommending education through craft Mahatma Gandhi said,…” The core of my suggestion is that handicrafts are taught not merely for production work but for developing intellect of the pupils.”

This idea was taken forward by the Kothari Commission (1964-66),which suggested introduction of ‘ work experience’ in education. Subsequently, after the recommendations of ‘ Ishwarbhai Patel Committee’ (July 1977),which first coined the term, Socially Useful Productive Work or SUPW ,the subject was first introduced to the school curriculum in 1978, by Ministry of Education ,Government of India.

 

Computer

  1. The volume (V) and surface area (A) of a hollow cylinder of height (H) bounded by external radius (R) and internal radius (r) are given below:

V=(R2 – r2)×H

 

A=2××H× (R + r)+r××(R2 – r2)

Write a program in Java to print the values of V and A for an accepted set of values of R, r and H.

 

  1. Given the equation f(x) =

Design a program in Java to prepare the table of f(x) and x as

x f(x)
0

0.5

1.0

1.5

2.0

2.5

Take the value of f(x) = 0 when x = 1.0.

 

  1. Define a class called mobike with the following description:

Instance variables/data members:

intbno                    –         to store the bike’s number

intphno        –         to store the phone number of the customer

String name –         to store the name of the customer

int days                  –         to store the number of days the bikeis taken on rent

int charge     –         to calculate and store the rental charge

Member methods:

void input() –         to input and store the detail of the customer

void compute()      –         to computer the rental charge

The rent for a mobike is charged on the following basis:

First five days                  Rs. 500 per day

Next five days                 Rs. 400 per day

Rest of the days     Rs. 200 per day

void display()        –         to display the details in the following format:

Bike No.      Phone No.   Name        No. of days         Charge

———–     ————-   ——–                ————–         ———

 

  1. fsd

A special two – digit number is such that when the sum of its digits is added to the product of its digits, the result is equal to the original two – digit number.

Example:     Consider the number 59

                              Sum of digits = 5 + 9 = 14

Product of digits = 5 × 9 = 45

Sum of the sum of digits and product of digits= 14 + 45 = 59

 

  1. Write a program to accept a String. Convert the string to Uppercase.Count and display the number of double letter sequences that exist in the string.

Sample Input:                  “SHE WAS FEEDING THE LITTLE RABBIT    WITH  AN APPLE

Sample Output:                4

 

  1. The annual examination results of 50 students in a class are tabulated as follows:

Roll no.                  Subject 1                Subject 2                Subject 3

……              ……                       …..                         …..

Write a program to read the data, calculate and display the following:

  • Average marks obtained by each student.
  • Print the roll number and average marks of the studentswhose average marks is above 80.
  • Print the roll number and average marks of the students whose average marks is below 40.

 

  1. The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique numeric book identifier which is printed on every book. The ISBM is based upon a 10- digit code. The ISBN is legal if:

1×digit1 + 2×digit2 + 3×digit3 + 4×digit4 + 5×digit5 + 6×digit6 + 7×digit7+ 8×digit8 + 9×digit9 + 10×digit10 is divisible by 11

Example: For an ISBN 1401601499

Sum=1×1 + 2×4 + 3×0 + 4×1 + 5×6 + 6×0 + 7×1 + 8×4 + 9×9+ 10×9 =253, which is divisible by 11.

Write a program to:

  1. Input the ISBN code as a 10-digit number.
  2. If the ISBN is not a 10-digit number, output the message,“Illegal ISBN” and terminate the program.
  • If the ISBN is 10-digit then check whether the ISBN is legal or not based on the above mentioned formula.

 

  1. Design a class to overload a function area() as follows:
  • double area(double a, double b, double c) with three doublearguments, return the area of a scalene triangle using the formula:

area =

 

wheres =

  • double area(int a, int b, in height) with three integer arguments, returns the area of a trapezium the formula:

area= height(a + b)

  • double are(double diagonal1, double diagonal2) with two doublearguments, returns the area of a rhombus using the formula:

area= (diagonal1 × diagonal2)

 

  1. Define a class Security having the following description:

Date members (Instance variables)

String n                       to store name

int h                            to store number of hour for which wages to be paid

double r                      to store the rate o wages

double w                               to calculate the wages

 

Member functions:

void get()                              Store the name, rate and number of hours

voidcalwages()           Calculate the wages of an employee

void display()             Output details of an employee

 

Write a program to compute the wages according to the given conditionsand display the output as per given format.

Number of hours Wages
up to 40 hrs. ₹ r per hour
for next 20 hrs. ₹ 1.50r per hour
for next 20 hrs. ₹ 2.00r per hour

Output:

Name           Hours          Wages

……..          ……….                  ………..

  • An electronics shop has announced the following seasonal discounts on thepurchase of certain items:

 

Purchase Amount in ₹ Discount on Laptop Discount on Desktop PC
0 – 25000

25001 – 57000

57001 – 100000

More than 100000

0.0%

5.0%

7.5%

10.0%

5.0%

7.5%

10.0%

15.0%

 

Write a program based on the above criteria, to input name, address, amount of purchase and the type of purchase (L for Laptop and D for Desktop) by a customer. Compute and print the net amount to be paid by a customer along with his name and address.

 

(Hint: Net Amount = amount of purchase – discount)

 

  • Write a menu driven program to calculate and print the sum of each of the following series:
  • Sum (S) = 2 – 4 + 6 – 8 + …… –20
  • Sum (S) = +   +   +   + …… +

(Value of x to be entered by the user.)

 

  • Write a program in Java to accept two words from the user and check whether they are anagrams or not.

Anagram words are the words which are made with the combination of letters of each other.

An anagram is a word or a phrase formed by rearranging the letters of a different word or phrase, typically using all the original letters exactly once.

Sample Input:

Enter the first word: WOLF

Enter the second word: FLOW

Sample Output:

WOLF and FLOW are anagram words.

 

  • Write a program in Java to input 10 integer elements in an Single Dimensional Array (SDA) and sort them in

Ascending order using the Bubble Sort technique.

 

  • Write a program in Java to enter elements of a 3×3 matrix, transpose the matrix and display it.

 

  • Enter elements of a 4×4 matrix. Write a program in Java to find and display the sum of each row.

 

  • Write a menu driven program using switch case statement in java to display the following pattern –

 

  • 5

4 5

3 4 5

2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

 

  • B

B L

B L U

B L U E

B L U E J