CBSE Syllabus of Class 12 Odia 2019-20

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CBSE Syllabus Class 12 Odia – in PDF

CBSE Syllabus for Class 12 Odia 2019-20 in PDF format for free download. Odia syllabus for 2019 2020 class 12 is now available in myCBSEguide mobile app. The curriculum for March 2020 exams is designed by CBSE, New Delhi as per NCERT textbooks for the session 2019-20.

CBSE Syllabus for class 12 Odia 2019-20

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CBSE Syllabus Class 12 Odia

Time: 3 hrs
Marks: 80

No of Periods: 190

Unit Wise Allocation
Unit Areas of learningMarksNo. of Periods
AAdvanced Reading Skills-Comprehension1015
BEffective Writing Skills1535
CApplied Grammar2045
DLiterature3595

Section – A (Advanced Reading Skills) (10 marks)

Unseen passage(120 – 150 words) for Reading/Comprehension followed by 5 questions.

Section – B: Effective Writing Skills (15 marks)

  1. Essay on current Topics(200 to 250 words)(one out of three) (08)
  2. 2. Application (official)(one out of two) (07)
    Prescribed Textbook: Sahitya Jyoti – Part – II (Ist Edition 2017)
    Published by: The Odisha State bureau of Text Book Preparation and Production Pustak Bhawan, Bhubaneswar.

Section – C: Applied Grammar (20 marks)

  1. Antonyms(five out of seven) (05)
  2. Similar words with different meanings(five out of seven) (05)
  3. Correction of errors in words(five out of seven) (05)
  4. Answer in one word(five out of seven) (05)

Section – D Literature (35 marks)

Prose: (15 marks)

  1. Itihasha – Biswanath Kar
  2. Pushpapurare Varshavarana – Krishna Chandra Panigrahi
  3. Teeni Tundare – Bhubaneswar Behera
  4. Swadheena Desare Sikshya Chinta – Golak Bihari Dhal

Poetry 15marks

  1. Bada Pana – Radhanath Ray
  2. Tapaswinira Patra – Gangadhar Meher
  3. Bandira Viraha Vyatha – Gopabandu Das
  4. Pingalara Abhisara – Radhamohan Gadanayak
  5. Vartta – Sachidananda Routray

Short Stories (5 marks)

  1. Sbhya Jamindar – Fakir Mohan Senapati
  2. Pataka Uttolana – Surendra Mohanty
  3. Rup Narayan Saha – Akhila Mohan Pattnaik
  4. Akasha Kainchha – Manoj Das

Design of Question Paper

  • Section – A
    Q1. Comprehension (5××2=10)
  • Section – B
    Q2. Essay (1××8=08)
    Q3. Application (1××7=07)
  • Section – C
    Q4. Grammar (1××20=20)
  • Section – D
    Q5. Explanation – Prose (1××5=05)
    Q6. Short Questions – Prose (3××2=06)
    Q7. MCQ – Prose (4××1=04)
    Q8. Explanation – Poetry (1××5=05)
    Q9. Short Questions – Poetry (3××2=06)
    Q.10 MCQ – Poetry (4××1=04)
    Q.11 Non-details – (1××5=05)
  • Total 80

EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
[Time : 3 hrs] [Marks:80]

Section – A Reading Skills (10 marks)
Section – B Writing Skills (15 marks)
Section – C Applied Grammar (20 marks)
Section – D Literature (35 marks)

Section – A: Reading (10 marks)

Comprehension of an unseen Prose passage(120 to 150 words) five questions.

Section – B: Effective writing skills (15 marks)

  1. Essay on current Topics(200 to 250 Words)(one out of three)- 08
  2. Application(official)(one out of two) 07

Section – C: Applied Grammar (20 marks)

  1. Antonyms(five out of seven) (05)
  2. Similar Words with different meanings(five out of seven) (05)
  3. Correction of errors in words(five out of seven) (05)
  4. Answer in one word (five out of seven) (05)

Section – D Literature (35 marks)

  1. Explanations (5+5)
    (one from prose & one from poetry with internal choice)
  2. Short Answer Type Questions from prose(three out of five) (3××2=6)
  3. MCQ from prose(two out of four) (4××1=4)
  4. Short Answer type Questions from Poetry(Three out of Five) (3××2=6)
  5. MCQ from Poetry (4××1=4)
  6. 6. Story(One out of three)(Long answer type question) (1××5=5)

Internal Assessment (20 marks)
5 marks for Listening Skill
5 marks for speaking Skill
10 marks for Project

Guidelines for Assessment in Listening and Speaking Skills
Teacher may create their own material for assessing the Listening and speaking skills.

Parameters for Assessment
The Listening and speaking skills are to be assessed on the following parameter

  1. Interactive Competence(Relevance to the topic)
  2. Fluency
  3. Pronunciation
  4. Language(Accuracy and vocabulary)

Schedule

  • The practice of listening and speaking skills should be done throughout the academic year.
  • The final assessment of the skills is to be as per the convenience and schedule of the school.

Record Keeping

  • The record of the activities done and the marks given must be kept for any random checking by the Board.
    (Weightage will be taken out of 20 marks)
  • The total marks obtained out of 20 are to be sent to the board by the Principal of the school.

Blue Print

SkillMarks alottedLA-I
(8&7 marks)
LA-II
(5 marks)
SA
(2 marks)
VSA
(1 marks)
Total
no.
Reading10Q1 (2×5)10
Writting15Q2 (8), Q3 (7)15
Grammar20Q4 (1×20)20
Literature35Q5 (5), Q8 (5), Q11 (5)Q6 (2××3), Q9 (2××3)Q7 (1××4), Q10 (1××4)35

Difficult – 15%
Average – 70%
Easy – 15%
Easy – Remembering question – 15%
Average – Understanding and Application – 50 %
Analysing – 20%
Difficult – Higher order thinking, evaluating, creating – 15%

Question Wise Break Up

Type of QuestionMarks per Ques.Q. No.To No. of Q.Total Marks
LA-I8+7Q2, Q3215
LA-II5+5+5Q5, Q8, Q11315
SA10+6+6Q1, Q6, Q9322
VSA20+4+4Q4, Q7, Q10328
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