Check CBSE Class 11 Syllabus 2021-22 for Knowledge Traditions and Practices of India. Candidates having this subject must go through this syllabus and plan their studies accordingly. You can also download this syllabus with the help of the download link given at the end of this article.
CBSE Class 11 Syllabus 2021-22 for Knowledge Traditions and Practices of India
Knowledge Traditions and Practices of India
Class – XI (2021-22)
Section-wise Weightage of the Paper, Time: 3 Hours
Section – A
Reading Skills- 20 Marks
Q.1 Two passages from the modules with a variety of questions on different levels of comprehension, i.e., to test literal, interpretive and inferential skills. The total range of two passages would be about 700 to 800 words. 20 marks
Section – B Analytical Skills - 25 Marks
Q.2 Two passages extracted from different modules for comparing and contrasting and relating the ideas contained - to the present time. The length of both the passages together should be about 600 words. 10 marks
Q.3 One out of two long answer type questions based on the knowledge of the content to test the insights gained and whether the knowledge has been internalised.15 marks
Section – C
Thinking Skills - 25 Marks
Q.4 Five out of six short answer type questions based on the survey sections in the modules.
(Word limit 30 - 40 words) 5 x 3 = 15 marks
Q.5 Ten objective type MCQs to test global and local understanding of the text. 10 marks
Section – D
RESEARCH BASED PROJECT/ PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT + VIVA VOICE 20 +10 = 30 marks
The textbook has inbuilt suggestions and activities for the students to prepare a portfolio or undertake work on a research based project. The purpose is to make students exhibit their efforts and achievements in one or more areas. It is expected that schools organise visits to the traditional seats of learning, historical places, cultural hubs and authentic areas. The project will be assessed through a viva voce also which carries 10 marks out of30.
Students will be expected to compile and collect material for the project/portfolio which would be assessed on the following points:
· Presentation: efforts put in, meaningful material with aesthetic sense.
· Variety of content: a wide variety of content in the form of audio visual media, extracts from journals, art work, conference updates, photographs, writing samples, maps, charts, extracts of interview and reading logs etc.
· Organisation of material collected has been presented with cogency and coherence.
· Clarity of understanding and good judgement to test internalization of knowledge.
· Viva voice
A textbook on Knowledge Traditions and Practices of India Part - I published by CBSE 2012-13.
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