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Q.1. When was the Girls’ Division of NCC raised? (1 Mark)

Q.2. What are the two parts of a ‘word of command’? (1 Mark)

Q.3. What is ‘trekking’? (1 Mark)

Q.4. Name any two ‘air borne diseases’. (1 Mark)

Q.5. How can recycling conserve resources? (1 Mark)

Q.6. State the important considerations for being ‘at ease’ (vishram) position. (2 Mark)

Q.7. Mention any four parts of .22 Delux Rifle. (2 Mark)

Q.8. State the objectives of Obstacle training programme for a cadet’. (2 Mark)

Q.9. One of the most ghastly act of the British rulers in India took place on 13th April 1919. Identify the incident and answer the following questions;
a. Where did Jallianwala Bagh massacre incident take place?
b. Name the person who was responsible for Jallianwala Bagh massacre (3 Mark)

Q.10. ‘Natural resources are mother natures’ gift to mankind’. In the light of the given statement enumerate the role of NCC in conservation of natural resources. (3 Mark)

Q.11. After determination of target, what are the next two steps of firing a shot? (3 Mark)

Q.12. State any six ‘man made disasters’. (3 Mark)

Q.13. What is ‘Drill’? What are the aims of ‘Drill’? (4 Mark)

Q.14. What do you understand by Social Service? Explain the three identified methods for conduct of social service. (4 Mark) 

Q.15. From the given diagrams identify and explain the standard obstacles that the NCC Cadet is required to negotiate during the obstacle training course in NCC. (6 Mark)


Why is aiming by far the most difficult operation in shooting? Explain the laws of aiming. (6 Mark)

Q.17. Explain the three styles of communication? What does effective communication involves? (6 Mark)


Q.1. Draw the ranks of ‘Brigadier’ and ‘Captain’ (2 Mark)

a) Identify the personality.
b) When was he appointed as the first Indian Commander-in-Chief of the Indian army? (2 Mark)

Q.3. Define the following: (3 Mark)
a) Atlas maps
b) Relief maps
c) Outline maps

Q.4. Describe any three types of ground. (3 Mark)

Q.5. What are the disadvantages of line communication? (Any 3) (3 Mark)

Q.6. What is a bearing? Describe three types of bearings. (4 Mark)

Q.7. Write about any four types of section formations. (4 Mark)

Q.1. What does the following signs stand for  (2 Mark)
a) KN
b) XE
c) MIM
d) DU

Q.2. Describe any two important parts of a remote control. (3 Mark)

Q.3. Write about any three branches of Navy. (3 Mark)

Q.4. Describe various types of navigational aids used in navy. (3 Mark)

Q.5. How are alphabets and special signs used? Write about any three types of signs & how are they represented? (2 Mark)

Q.6. Write about eight parts of sail. (4 Mark)

Q.7. Write about any four relevant points related to handling and operation of remote controlled models. (4 Mark)

Q.1. Write the composition of following gases in air Nitrogen, oxygen, argon &carbon dioxide. (2 Mark)

Q.2. Mention any four ways in which relief is indicated on maps. (2 Mark)

Q.3. What are the six methods used for the identification of aircrafts? (3 Mark)

Q.4. For which aircrafts we can make static models (3 Mark)

Q.5. Provide the following information with regard to the role of Indian Air Force during the Kargil war:  (3 Mark)
a) What was the codename of this operation of Indian Air force? b) When was IAF first approached to provide air support?
c) Which fighter aircrafts were used in the operation?

Q.6. Draw a labeled diagram of different layers of atmosphere. (4 Mark)

Q.7. With regard to Indo-Pak War 1971 provide the following information (4 Mark) 
a) Who was the then prime minister?
b) Which type of emergency was declared at that time?
c) Write about any two damages reported in civil areas as a result of the war.

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