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DESIGN
Subject : MATHEMATICS
Class : XII Time : 3 Hours Marks : 200
Weightage of Marks towards Objectives :
Objectives

K

U

A

S

Total

Marks

76

72

106

42

296

Percentage

26

24

36

14

100

Weightage towards Form of Questions (to be answered)
:
Form
of Questions

(Objective) Section
A

(Short) Section
B

(Long) Section
C

Total

Number
of Questions

40

10

10


Marks
allotted

40

60

100

200

Time (Minutes)

50

45

85

180

Level of Difficulty
:
Level

Percentage
of Marks

(Difficult) High

10

(Average) Medium

30

(Easy) Low

60

Scheme of Sections and Options :
Section

No. of Questions

No. of Questions to be answered

A

*
40

40

B

16
Last question is in “ either
 or” form

10

C

16
Last question is in “ either
 or” form

10

Distribution of questions and marks towards Examples, Exercises and outside the Text Book :
Section
A

Section
B

Section
C

Total Marks

%


From examples given in the Text Book (including theorems and results)

*
30
* Text book objective type question collection

7

6

30 1 = 30
7
6 = 42
6
10 = 60
132

44.6

From exercises given in the
Text
Book

*
10
*
to be created

8

9

10 1 = 10
8
6 = 48
9
10 = 90
148

50

From outside the Text Book
(based
on the Syllabus)

1

1

1
6 = 6
1
10 = 10
16

5.4


Total Marks
Sectionwise

40

96

160

296

100

Details about choices
SECTION A
* (1)
All the 40
questions are objective
type (with 4 distractors) and compulsory.
(2) Out of 40 questions 30 questions
are
directly from
Text Book
objective type questions collection and the remaining 10 questions from Text Book examples, statements, results and exercises. The examiner will frame these 10 questions suitably.
SECTION B
** (1) Out of 16 questions, 10 questions are to be answered.
(2) The students have to select any 9 questions from first 14 questions and the last question is compulsory. The last question (numbered 55) is in eitheror form
(3)
The order of the first 14 questions will be in the order of the chapters.
(4)
The two questions under the number 55 will be asked from any two different chapters. (5) The question from outside the book will be a part of first 14 questions.
(6) Two subdivisions (Marks 3 + 3) may be included in atmost 3 questions. (possibility for asking six 3 marks questions)
SECTION C
** *(1)
Out of 16 questions, 10 questions are to be answered.
(2)
The students have to select any 9 questions from first 14 questions and the last question is compulsory. The last question (numbered 70) is in eitheror form
(3)
The order of the first 14 questions will be in the order of the chapters.
(4)
The two questions under the Number 70 will be asked from any two different chapters. (5)
The question from outside the book will be a part of first 14 questions.
Weightage to Content : XII Mathematics
Chapter No.

Name

Marks

1

Application
of Matrices
and Determinants

26

2

Vector Algebra

38

3

Complex Numbers

26

4

Analytical
Geometry

40

5

Differential Calculus : Applications I

36

6

Differential
Calculus : Applications II

18

7

Integral
Calculus : Applications

30

8

Differential Equations

30

9

Discrete
Mathematics

26

10

Probability
Distributions

26

TOTAL

296

BLUE PRINT
Class XII
Subject
: Mathematics Max. Marks : 200 Time : 3 Hours
No

Objectives

Knowledge
(10 + 5 + 3)

Understanding
(8 + 3 + 3)

Application
(16 + 6 + 6)

Skill
(6 + 1 + 3)


Type of
questions
Units
/ Chapters

O

S

L

O

S

L

O

S

L

O

S

L


1

Applications of Matrices and
Determinants
(4 + 2 + 1)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1


2

Vector Algebra (6 +
2 +
2)

2

1

1

1

1

3

1


3

Complex Numbers (4 + 2 +
1)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1


4

Analytical Geometry
(4 + 1 + 3)

1

1

1

2

1

1

1


5

Differential
Calculus: Applications I (4 + 2 + 2)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1


6

Differential Calculus
Applications II (2 + 1
+ 1)

1

1

1

1


7

Integral
Calculus : Applications (4 + 1 + 2)

1

1

2

1

1

1


8

Differential Equations
(4 + 1 + 2)

1

2

1

1

1

1


9

Discrete Mathematics
(4 + 2 + 1)

1

1

2

1

1

1


10

Probability Distributions
(4 + 2 + 1)

1

1

1

2

1

1


TOTAL

10

6

3

8

4

4

16

5

6

6

1

3

Special
instruction
to the question setters and Marking Scheme
(Evaluation Scheme) writers
1) All the 3, 6 and 10 mark questions
should be drawn from the book on Classification and Question Bank (prepared by Directorate of School Education; published by Tamilnadu Parent Teacher Association) except one 6 mark and one 10 mark questions (which are from outside the Text Book).
2) Among 40 one mark questions, 30 questions are from the objective type questions collection attached with the Text Book. The remaining 10 questions
must be set from (within) the book (examples, exercises, results etc.) subject to the condition that each of these
questions
has an
average
calculation time
75 seconds.
(For these
10 questions, refer one mark
questions in Classification and Question Bank Book (prepared
by Directorate
of School Education;
published
by
Tamilnadu
Parent Teacher Association)
3) The question paper setter / scheme writer should prepare the marking scheme (scheme of evaluation) strictly adhering to the calculation steps and diagrams as demonstrated in the source books
a) Text Book for example problems
b) Solution Book for Exercise problems (prepared by Directorate of School Education, Tamilnadu).
c)
Classification and
Question
Bank Book
(prepared
by
Directorate of School
Education; published by Tamilnadu Parent Teacher Association)
4) For the questions outside the book (one 6 mark, one 10 mark), the valuation scheme
should be prepared in
accordance with the principles followed in the above source books.
5) If a problem can be solved using an alternative (rigorous) method, it can be included in the marking scheme only as an alternative method.
6) The attention of the question setters / scheme writers is drawn to the proceeding of the workshop "Finding Hardspots" on 11, 12.8.2005,
which
is
attached
with
this instruction.
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