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(Books) Old NCERT Books : Themes In Indian History- Part I’Class 12th 



(Books) Old NCERT Books : Themes In Indian History- Part I’Class 12th 



Book Details : 

  • Publisher : National Council of Education Research and Training; 2007th edition (1 January 2018)
  • Language: : English
  • Paperback : 114 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 8174506519
  • ISBN-13 : 978-8174506511

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Marks : 250 (125x2)

Duration: 3 hours

Year : 2020

Exam Date : 08-01-2021

 

Write Two Essays, choosing One from each of the Sections A and B, in about 1000-1200 words each.

Section-A (125 marks) - Choose any one Essay

Section-A 

Q-1.Life is long journey between human being and being humane

Q-2.Mindful manifesto is the catalyst to a tranquil self

Q-3.Ships do not sink because of water around them ,  ships sink because of water that gets into them

Q-4.Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication

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“When life gives you lemons make a lemonade out of it” you must have heard it multiple times and it might not give a spark of change in you. You might have also ended up with a lot of videos and motivational movies like Bhag Milkha Bhag, Many of you must have also attended lectures , had counseling sessions with friends, teachers , parents and well wishers. Some of you must have read novels and the upsc topper success stories and all of this might have had a little effect on you albeit a temporary effect. “Defeat pr defeat , defeat par defeat and haar par haar” must have made you defensive and indifferent to all of the above sources, this is especially for the ones who must have made multiple attempts with one of the world’s most toughest exam and still failed to clear all the stages of a 3 round process.

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  • Marks : 250 (125x2)
  • Duration: 3 hours

खंड A और B में प्रत्येक से एक-एक चुनकर, दो निबंध लिखिए जो प्रत्येक लगभग 1000-2000 शब्दों में हो |

Write Two Essays, choosing One from each of the Sections A and B, in about 1000-1200 words each.

Section-A (खंड "A") (125 marks) -  कोई एक चुनें

  1. जलवायु परिवर्तन के प्रति सुनम्य भारत हेतु वैकल्पिक तकनीकें |

  2. एक अच्छा जीवन प्रेम से प्रेरित तथा ज्ञान से संचालित होता है | 

  3. कहीं पर भी गरीबी, हर जगह की समृद्धि के लिए खतरा है | 

  4. भारत के सीमा विवादों का प्रबंध - एक जटिल कार्य |


Section-B (खंड "B") (125 marks) - कोई एक चुनें

  1. रूढ़िगत नैतिकता आधुनिक जीवन का मार्गदर्शक नहीं हो सकती है |

  2. 'अतीत' मानवीय चेतना तथा मूल्यों का एक स्थायी आयाम  है |

  3. जो समाज अपने सिद्धांतो के ऊपर अपने विशेषाधिकारो को महत्व देता है ,वह दोनों से हाथ धो बैठता है |

  4. यथार्थ आदर्श के अनुरूप नहीं होता है, बल्कि उसकी पुष्टि करता है |

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To remain leader of ‘free world’, America must demonstrate commitment to values of its own Constitution

At the time of writing this column, the final and official result of the race to the White House is not yet known. The race, it seems, is headed for a photo finish. The numbers may be close but the consequences would be wide apart — for the people of the United States and people living in plural democracies threatened by majoritarianism. 

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Scholars have long noted a few milestones in the history of India’s constitution-making. A major one was the 1931 ―Fundamental Rights‖ resolution of the Indian National Congress. Meeting in Karachi under the presidentship of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the Congress resolved that ―any [future] constitution should include fundamental rights of the people such as freedom of association and combination, freedom of speech and press, freedom of conscience and the free profession and practice of religion‖.

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