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Higher Secondary Plus Two Sociology Previous year Questions

Thursday, January 14, 2021 / No Comments
plus two sociology previous questions

The public examination question paper in Sociology for the second year Higher secondary course from the year 2017 to 2020 have been prepared. Hence, apart from studying the lessons, practice of working out more question papers play a prominent part in the case of Higher Secondary board examination as it lends a helping hand to the student. 

This way you can find out what you already know and what you don't know. They also help you manage your time better and be familiar with the method and pattern used in the Higher Secondary public exam. 

If the students who have only short span preparation for the Higher secondary examination go through this Sociology(XII) question bank, they can understand and get an idea about the type of questions that can be expected and the answering methods, formats, essential points to be presented etc. 

It contains various types of questions from 6 chapters of the Plus Two Sociology SCERT Text book of Higher Secondary course. This goal oriented task for the Second year(Plus Two) Higher Secondary students was prepared by Sri.Yaseer P K, WOVHSS Muttil, Wayanad.
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Plus Two(XII) Sociology Previous Questions(Chapter 1 to 6)
Plus Two(XII) Sociology Match the Following Questions & Answers
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Plus Two(XII)/Plus One(XI) Sociology Study Notes
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Common Law Admission Test(CLAT) for Law Aspirants

Tuesday, December 29, 2020 / 3 Comments
Now it is time for the law aspirants to apply for Common Law Admission Test(CLAT) of 2021 to cherish their dream of getting themselves enrolled in one of the 21 premium national universities including the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) at Kochi.

CLAT 2021 Schedule & Application Fee

The application process for admission test is scheduled to commence from 1st of January 2021 and the process will close on 31st of March 2021. The offline Common Law Admission Test CLAT 2021 will be conducted on 13th June 2021. It will be a 2 hour duration test. The applicants can download their admit card from April.

They have to remit Rs.4000/ towards application fee. SC&ST candidates and of BPL category need pay only Rs.3500/- Different centres in Kerala would be the venue of the exam.

CLAT 2021 Eligibility

Students with minimum 45% of marks in the Plus Two board examination or those to appear for board exam in March or April 2021 are eligible to apply. 40% of marks is the basic qualification for SC & ST category students. Age and optional subjects are never a hamper for applying for this graduation programme in Law. 

CLAT 2021 Syllabus & Question Pattern

The test comprises 5 sections aiming to test the mental, numerical ability and aptitude in becoming law graduates. Of the total 150 marks, 25% marks each to measure the current affairs and legal reasoning, 20% marks each to English language and legal reasoning and 10% marks for testing quantitative techniques.

Subject Areas
English including comprehension
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Quantitative Techniques
Legal Reasoning
Logical Reasoning

CLAT 2021 Participating Universities

1.Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala,Punjab
2.Chanakya National Law University , Patna, Bihar
3.National University of Advanced Legal Studies , Kochi, Kerala
4.National Law University Odisha, Cuttack, Odisha
5.National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi,Jharkand
6.The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences , Kolkata, West Bengal
7.National Law University , Jodhpur, Rajasthan
8.National Law School of India University, Bangalore,Karnataka
9.NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad , Telengana
10.National Law Institute University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
11.Hidayatullah National Law University , Raipur, Chattisgrah
12.Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University , Lucknow, Utttar Pradesh
13.Gujarat National Law University , Gandhinagar, Gujarat
14.National Law School and Judicial Academy, Guwahati, Assam
15.Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappalli,Tamilnadu
16.Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai, Maharashtra
17.Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University , Andhra Pradesh.
18.Maharashtra National Law University , Nagpur, Maharashtra
19.Himachal Pradesh National Law University , Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
20.Maharashtra National Law University , Aurangabad, Maharashtra
21.Madhya Pradesh Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

How to prepare for CLAT Exam?


The law aspirants should have a good practice before they appear for the entrance exam. Besides well planning of syllabus for systematic study is quintessential to clear the test as it requires a sharp time management to complete the exam on time. The faculty in Legal Studies, Smt.Amrutha Raheem guides the law aspirants to get through the exam with her experience and expertise. Her visual presentation makes it clear that thee candidates’ performance depends upon their practice since one question should be answered in 36 seconds. She here provides the candidates who have applied for with certain information and guidelines which are necessary as well as mandatory. Click the link below to watch the presentation.


Click the the below links for CLAT 2021 online application portal, information brochure, course details and syllabus.
CLAT 2021
CLAT 2021-Online Application Portal
CLAT 2021-Instructions
CLAT 2021-Sample Questions
CLAT 2021-Syllabus

Higher Secondary Plus One Improvement Question Paper & Answer Key December 2020

Friday, December 25, 2020 / 29 Comments
Higher Secondary first year improvement exam of the academic year 2020 began on 18th of December 2020. The Valuation of the answer scripts is expected to start in the first week of January 2021.The centralized valuation will be held at the selected centres in each district. 

The results of the Higher Secondary first year improvement exam December 2020 can be expected to be published in the end of January 2021 or in the opening week of February 2021, after the completion of CV Camps. 

In the case of exam marks, in the improvement exam, if the student scores higher than that of March 2020 exam, it would be considered otherwise, the student’s earlier score that he obtained in the March 2020 exam would remain the same. 

The question papers and answer key of the improvement exam conducted in December 2020 are published here. Those who are to appear for the first year exam can use it for reference study and the students who had gone through the exam can have self evaluation too.


HSE First Year(XI) Improvement Exam Question Paper December 2020Answer Key
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 English Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Malayalam Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Hindi Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Physics  Answer Key(Official)
Answer Key(Unofficial) 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Chemistry  Answer Key(Official)
Answer Key(Unofficial)
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Mathematics (Science) Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Mathematics (Commerce) Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Biology Answer Key Zoology | Botany 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Computer Science  Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Accountancy(CA)  Answer Key(Official)
Answer Key(Unofficial) 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Accountancy(AFS)  Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Economics Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Business Studies  Answer Key(Unofficial)
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Politics Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Sociology Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Geography Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 History Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Computer Application (Commerce) Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Computer Application (Humanities) Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Geology Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Islamic History Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Psychology Answer Key 
HSE XI Improvement December 2020 Social Work Answer Key 

Higher Secondary Plus Two March 2021 Exam: Notification, Time Table, Question Papers

Tuesday, December 22, 2020 / 4 Comments

Higher Secondary Plus Two Examination March 2021-Notification

The Notification and Time Table for the conduct of Second year(Plus two) Higher Secondary Examinations March 2021 published. The exam for class XII(Plus Two) will commence from 17.03.2021. The practical exam for the second year students will be conducted and date will be published later.

Time Table for Higher Secondary Examination March 2021

Time Table for the second year higher secondary examination March 2021 is given below. 

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Time Table for Second year(Plus Two) Higher Secondary Examination March 2021[PDF]

Second Year(Plus Two) Higher Secondary Examination March 2021

The second year higher secondary examination of March 2021 consist of Continuous Evaluation(CE), Practical Evaluation(PE) and Terminal Evaluation(TE). Continuous Evaluation (CE) is based on the learning activities by the candidate during the academic year. Candidates who absent for the Practical Evaluation of a particular subject shall be treated as absent for that subject, even if they appear for Terminal Evaluation.

Dates to Remember

Last date for receiving application without fine: 04-01-2021
Last date for receiving application with fine: 08-01-2021
Examination: 17-03-2021 to 30-03-2021

Exam Fees

Examination Fee(XII): 200.00
Fee for Certificate including Fee for Migration Certificate: 70.00

Click the below links for Higher Secondary Examination March 2021 Notification, Time Table, Previous Questions, Application Form, Chalan Form etc:-
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Higher Secondary Examination(Plus Two) March 2021 Time Table
Higher Secondary Examination(Plus Two) March 2021 Application Form
Higher Secondary Examination March 2021 Notification
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Study Materials
Focus Area 2021 based Study Notes
Higher Secondary Model Question Paper March 2021
Higher Secondary Question Paper Pattern & Structure March 2021
Study Notes and Previous Year Question Papers
Higher Secondary Terminal Exam Question Paper
Scheme and Model Questions for Higher Secondary Practical Examination 2021
Previous Question Papers & Answer Key
XI December(Improvement) 2020
XII September(SAY) 2020
XI/XII March 2020
XI July 2019(Improvement)
XII June 2019 SAY/Improvement
XI/XII March 2019
XI July 2018(Improvement)
XII June 2018(SAY)
XI/XII March 2018
XI July 2017(Improvement)
XII June 2017(SAY)
XI/XII March 2017
XI September 2016(Improvement)
XII June 2016(SAY)
XI/XII March 2016

Step Up English-Higher Secondary Plus One/Plus Two English Quick Notes

Monday, December 21, 2020 / 12 Comments
In the present academic scenario in the educational institutions in our state, most the students strive hard to reach the notch of success whereas there is still a notable section of students who struggle a lot even to get through the examination. 

It is much transparent in the score sheet if we glance at the score of part one English(Higher Secondary). Since it has become a common scene, it is high time, the right pedagogical methods and transactional materials were shared among such group of learners. 

As the board exam is around the corner for the higher secondary students, focused and simple study materials in Higher Secondary first and second year English would guide the students to overcome their barriers and thus to get a fruitful result. 

The STEP UP ENGLISH(Vijayabheri Project) prepared by an expert team of Higher Secondary English teachers of Malappuram District Panchayath would lead such students to the path of success.

The handbook ‘STEP UP English’ has been prepared as a part of ‘Vijayabheri Project’ exclusively for those students who are struggling hard to score even 24 in English in the Higher Secondary public examinations

The Step Up English consists of 5 parts:

I. Text Book Analysis

A) Synopsis of the Lesson
B) Review of the Poems
C) Important Characters

II. Important Discourses

A)Speech
B)Write-up/Paragraphs
C)Comparison/Review
D)Essay/Article/Opinion
E)Letter
F)Announcement
G)Agreeing/Disagreeing
H)Panel Discussion/Group Discussion
I)Blog Entry
J)Speech
K)Interview
L)Email
M)Blurb
N)Letter of Enquiry
O)Letter to the Editor
P)Job Application/Resume

III. Question Paper Analysis

A) Frequently Appearing Words in the Question Papers
B) Higher Secondary March 2019 Question Paper

IV. Practice Section

A) Frequently Used Sentences/expressions in the Answer Scripts
B) Four Sets of Unit Tests
C) Question Paper: Worksheet

V. ‘Step Up’ Extra

A) More Characters
B) More Discourses
Click the link below for study materials
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Step Up English- Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) English Quick Notes
Step Up English- Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) English Quick Notes
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Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) Improvement Examination 2020

Sunday, December 20, 2020 / 16 Comments
Higher Secondary Plus one Improvement Exam-Economics & English  Postponed. Revised Time Table Published. Read Circular | Revised Time Table

Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) Improvement Exam 2020





The Higher Secondary First Year Improvement/Supplementary Examination of 2020 will commence with effect from 18/12/2020 to 23/12/2020

Revised Time Table

The revised time table for Accountancy with AFS, Economics and English published.


Regular Students who have appeared for all the six subjects at the First Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2020 can register in this examination for upto three subjects for improving scores in those subjects. A Student who was absent for all six subjects at the plus one examination march 2020 can register for all six subjects. The First year improvement examination  2020 notification includes guidelines for Regular, Lateral Entry, Re-admitted and compartmental candidates published.

Compartmental candidates can register for the First year Improvement examination 2020 in a particular subject and for the Second year March 2021 examination in the same subject at a stretch. Fee should be paid for the subjects they wish to appear in First year exam 2020 and second year exam March 2021.

Fee for Regular, Lateral Entry and Re-admitted Candidates

Fee for Improvement Examination: 175/Paper
Fee for Certificate Rs.40.
Last date for submission of application form: 16-11-2020
Last date for submission of application form(with fine): 27-11-2020

Fee for Compartmental Candidates

(One Time Registration fee for First Year Improvement exam 2020 and Second Year March 2021 Exam)
Fee for Examination: 225/Paper 
Fee for Certificate Rs.80.
Last date for submission of application form: 16-11-2020
Last date for submission of application form(with fine): 27-11-2020
First Year(Plus One) Improvement Exam 2020
HSE First Year Plus One Improvement Examination 2020-Revised Time Table
HSE First Year Plus One Improvement Examination 2020-Economics & English Exams postponed. Circular
HSE First Year Plus One Improvement Examination 2020-Accountancy with AFS postponed. Circular
HSE First Year Plus One Improvement Examination 2020-Time Table
HSE First Year Plus One Improvement Examination 2020 Notification
HSE Plus one Improvement Exam Application Form 2020
Previous Question Papers and Study Notes for First Year Plus One Improvement Examination

Joint Entrance Exam(JEE) Main 2021-Application, Syllabus and Guidelines

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JEE Main is the eligibility test for admission to under graduate Engineering programmes, B.E/B.Tech at NITs, IITs, other centrally funded technical institutions as well as eligibility test for JEE (Advanced) for admission to IITs. JEE Main is conducted each month from February to May giving fair opportunity and greater flexibility. Online applications for this can be submitted till 16th of January 2021 through online, www.jeemain.nta.nic.in. 

The fee can be paid online till 17th of January 2021. The fee can be paid together for the four sessions of engineering. The applicants will get one confirmation page for it. There is a privilege that, within the stipulated time, it can be withdrawn from the session for which fee was paid and it would be refunded. Also, if the fee paid for a particular session in which the candidate not able to appear, the fee amount will be carried over for the next session in that case. 

The first session of the exam will be from February 23rd to 26, second session from March 15 to 18, third session from April 27to 30 and the forth session from May 24th to 28th. After the declaration of results of the first three sessions, application window will be opened for applying for the next session. 

Eligibility Criteria: 

Plus two or Diploma recognized by AICTE or a state board of technical education or equivalent qualification of other such boards. Those who have passed Plus two in 2019 or 2020 and appearing in 2021 are also eligible to apply. The applicants must have studied 5 subjects in the qualifying exam. 

For Engineering applicants, Physics and Maths are compulsory at the Plus two level and the third science subject can be Chemistry/Bio Technology/Biology /Technical, Vocational subjects. 
For B.Arch, the subjects - Maths, Physics and Chemistry are mandatory. 
Maths is must for B.Planning. 

There is no age limit. Syllabus for the exam can be downloaded from www.jeemain.nta.nic.in 

Medium of Question Paper: 

This year, apart from English, Hindi and Malayalam, the question will be available in 11 regional languages. 

Scheme & Mode of Test: 

It will be of objective type. For JEE, there are two papers. 
Paper 1 is for admission to under graduate Engineering programmes like B.E/B.Tech at NITs, IITs, other centrally funded technical institutions and to find the suitable candidates who can get through JEE advance, the admission test for Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). 

Paper 2 is for admission to B.Arch and B.Planning courses in the country. Paper 1 (B.E/ B.Tech), 
Paper 2A - Maths (Part1), Aptitude test (Part 2), 
Paper 2B (B.Planning) will be computer based test (CBT) where as Part3 of Paper 2A, ‘Drawing’ will be offline. 

For each right answer of Multiple choice questions and Numerical value questions, 4 marks will be awarded. For each wrong answer except that of Numerical value question, one mark will be deducted. There would be 30 questions for each subject – Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Of this, the students must attend at least 20 multiple choice questions and five, out of the 10 Numerical value question. It is for the first time that JEE Main offering choices in the questions. 

In Paper 2B, Part 1, Maths, it is mandatory to attend all 20 multiple choice questions but only 5 questions need to be answered in Numerical value question. There are 50 multiple choice questions in part 2. The test will be of 3 hour duration. 

Exam centres are there in all districts in Kerala. It should be remembered that the applicants should use their own mail id and mobile number while submitting application and note the application number which is system generated. The candidates can download their admit card from the NTA website. Also there is a provision of mock test through ‘National Test Abhyas’ mobile app under NTA’s purview. Click the link for more details www.jeemain.nta.nic.in
JEE Main 2021
JEE Main 2021-Information Bulletin
JEE Main 2021-Online Application Portal
JEE Main 2021-Help Files
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