CBSE Class 10 English Writing Task Worksheet

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Class 10 English Worksheet for Writing Task

Story Writing Class 10 English


Question. Complete the story given below by using the clues provided :

Late for examination – very tense – taxi driver drove fast – reached 35 minutes late – the invigilator …………

Answer.
My exams were approaching and I was getting tensed with each passing day. Though I had made a good and well-planned preparation for exams, I was a bit nervous. I studied till 4 a.m. and then slept. I thought I would awake by 7 a.m. I had to reach the examination centre by 8:30 a.m.—half an hour before the commencement of my exam. I was alone at home as my parents had to go to attend some casualty. So there was no one to give me the wake-up-call. Being tired, I had such a sound sleep that I couldn’t hear the alarm. When I woke up, the clock struck eight. I realized that I’d get late for examination. I became very tense. There was nobody to help me. After having tea toast hurriedly, I proceeded for my examination centre. I hired a taxi because I couldn’t afford time to wait for bus or auto-rickshaw. I requested the taxi driver to drive fast. Though the taxi driver drove fast, he had to spare 15 minutes on red light signal and traffic jam. Anyhow, I reached the centre but I was late by 35 minutes. The invigilator didn’t allow me to enter the room. I requested him repeatedly and explained everything to him but he didn’t pay heed to my words. I started crying, praying to God to help me. At that moment, the Principal came there for a formal checking. He saw me standing there crying bitterly. No sooner did he reach near me than he recognized me. A week before, he was the chief guest at a function and I was given award of ‘Star Student of the City’ by him.
Very patiently, he listened to everything and asked the invigilator to allow me to sit for the exam. To my delight, he also instructed the invigilator to give me 15 minutes extra to compensate the loss of time. Although I started my paper 50 minutes late yet the paper was very easy for me because of my thorough preparation.
So, I could manage to complete my paper within the allotted time. I heaved a sigh of relief after handing over my answer sheet to the invigilator.

 

Question. Write a story in about 200-250 words beginning with . . . It was an amazing day, full of fun and frolic. We all stood aghast to see a strange flying object over our heads. We started guessing. 

Answer. 
An Amazing Day
It was an amazing day, full of fun and frolic. We all stood aghast to see a strange flying object our heads. We started guessing .......... what it was. Sam said, “It is a UFO. See it has no wings or fans like a Chopper.” Actually he was right. We all stopped the game and looked towards the strange object. Suddenly Christy shouted, “Oh no! It is landing in our garden. Let’s run to my house.” At once, all six of us ran towards Christy’s house. By the time we reached the gate of his house, the UFO had already landed in his garden and we saw a small door slide open. We all had held our breath and were waiting for someone to come out. But no one appeared. After some time, a strange fluorescent coloured object was thrown out of it and before we could understand anything the UFO flew up in the sky. We saw that object gradually growing in size. And to our surprise it was consuming the grass and the plants that came in its way. It had grown to the size of a eat. It looked like a worm. Suddenly Christy shouted, “Let’s enter the house from the back door. We all ran there. Going in we peeped out to see that object. To our horror it had grown up to a size of an Alsatian dog and had eaten up the stairs in the porch. We were terrified. Suddenly an idea struck my mind. I asked Christy, ”Where is your kitchen?” He could only point his finger towards the kitchen. I ran into the kitchen and took the salt container with me. Christy understood what I was upto. He too followed me with two new packets of salt. We ran out towards the garden and poured the salt on the strange object which had by now grown to a size of a calf. It gave a strange shrill cry as soon as it came in contact with the salt and within a few seconds it had disappeared as if dissolved in soil. We all looked at each other. We knew that we had a new thrilling story to tell our classmates the next day.

 

Question. Complete the story based on the outline given below in 150-200 words :
a pond ...... a crocodile ...... a monkey ...... on a tree ...... were friends. Crocodile’s wife ...... wanted monkey’s heart ...... monkey bewildered ...... planned ...... heart, home ...... went back to get it. ...... saved himself.

Answer. The Crocodile and the Monkey
Once a crocodile lived in a pond. Near that pond, there was a berry-tree. A monkey lived on that tree. Both of them became friends. Every day, the crocodile used to come out of the pond and the monkey served him with the berries. The crocodile enjoyed the fruits very much. One day, it came to crocodile’s mind that the monkey’s heart might be very sweet because he used to relish those delicious and sweet berries all the time. So he made a plan. The next day, he went to the monkey and told him that his wife wanted to invite him to dinner. The monkey got ready and jumped on the crocodile’s back to go to his wife. After some time, he at once sensed something wrong. He came to the conclusion that crocodile had planned to take out his heart by killing him. He made a plan. He said to the crocodile, “Brother, I know you wanted my heart. Don’t worry, I am your real friend. My heart is with my mother. Just wait. I’ll bring it for you.” After saying these words, he jumped back to the tree. The crocodile thought that the monkey had gone to his home to get his heart back. But the fact was that he was befooled by the clever monkey. Hence, with his intelligence, the monkey saved himself.

 

Question. Complete the story in 200-250 words which begins as the following :
There was a joint family of six members including grandparents. It was the 75th birthday of the grandmother and the family planned to celebrate. 

Answer. 
There was a joint family of six members including grandparents. It was the 75th birthday of the grandmother and the family planned to celebrate her birthday. Love and Lovie the grandson and the granddaughter were excited to celebrate their grandmother’s birthday. Harish and Harsha, the parents of Love and Lovy wanted to have a dinner in a restaurant but the grandparents were reluctant to spend so much money. But when Harish and Harsha insisted, they agreed. All the six members went to a famous restaurant of the city. They decorated the table and brought some garlands for the grand parents. They all garlanded the grand parents and touched their feet. The grandparents wanted that all members should take dinner together but Harish and Harsha wanted to feed the grandparents first with heir own hands. Two dishes of food were ordered and Harish started feeding his father, so did Love. Harsha ordered more food and started feeding grandmother followed by Lovie. When the grandparents had taken food, they ordered more food and had their dinner. When they started to leave the restaurant, a man sitting in the corner called him and told him that he had left a lot of things there. On enquiring about those things,the man told that they had set an example for the coming generations to respect their elders. Harish and Harsha were overwhelmed at his appreciation.

 

Question. Write a story in 150-200 words based on the following outline :
two cats — hungry — a loaf of bread — can’t divide — each greedy — wants more — a clever monkey— offered to help — bit by bit — ate the bread — his fee — bread finished — cats foolish — still hungry.

Answer. Two cats were prowling together in search of food. One of the cats saw a big loaf of bread. The problem
occurred when the loaf of bread could not be divided equally among the two.
The first cat said, “Give me the bread. It is I who saw it first.”
The other cat said, “Keep away from it. It is I who picked it up.”
Their fighting went on endlessly and no solution could be found. Just then, a monkey passed by. He thought of taking an advantage of the situation.
He came to the cats and said in a loud voice, “Don’t fight. Let me divide the loaf equally among you both.” The bread was handed over to the monkey.
The monkey split the loaf into two parts. He shook his head and said, “Oho! One is bigger. One is smaller.” He took a bite of the bigger and now said, “Oho! This has become smaller now.” He ate from the other. In this way,he ate the whole loaf bit by bit. The poor cats remained hungry. Disappointed, they went their way.

 

Question. Write a story in 150-200 words from the outline given below :
You were playing cricket in a park. Suddenly you saw an old man, just collapsing on the pavement. You all rushed to him......

Answer.
One day, I was playing cricket in a park with my friends, suddenly I saw an old man, just collapsing on the pavement. All of us rushed to him, tried to call him. But he was unconscious. Sensing the need of the hour, I ran back, took out the water bottle from my bag and sprinkled some water on his face. After a few moments, he opened his eyes. With gestures, he told us that he was very thirsty and hungry. We gave him water to drink. One of my friends gave him a packet of biscuit. I gave him two bananas that I had brought with me from my house. After having all that, the old man looked quite satisfied.

Then we asked him about his whereabouts so that his family members might be informed. But to our surprise, on hearing the word family, he started crying bitterly. We tried to soothe him and asked what had made him to suffer. Then he told us his story. He had two sons. After the death of his wife, his sons asked him, rather pressurised him for the division of his property. Both of them assured him that he would live with them turnwise, i.e., for one month, he would live with his younger son and then next month, he would live with the elder one. And he agreed to do so. But that was the biggest mistake of his life. For two months everything went quite okay In the third month, he fell ill. Neither of his sons wanted to bear the expenses, incurred on his illness and medicines. Then they made a plan. One day both of them asked him that they would take him to an expert doctor so that he would get cured very soon. They brought him to that strange city and asked him to wait there as they had to search out the address of the doctor. He agreed and waited for them, sitting outside the bus station, with no money or assets with him. When both of them didn’t return till evening, he realized that his sons had abandoned him. Even then he tried to search for them-empty stomach. On hearing his story, we became very sad. Then one of my friends suggested that he should be taken to an old age home where his father was a manager. Since then, he has been living there but his sons never returned.

 

Question. Raju wanted to participate in a story writing competition. He started a story, but could not complete the story. Complete the story for him in about 150-200 words.
Mr Raghav got transferred to a new city. Happily he shifted to the new city and new home, but soon the family started feeling that all was not well in their new home as .......... .

Answer.
Mr Raghav got transferred to a new city. Happily, he shifted to the new city and new home, but soon the family started feeling that all was not well in their new home as, there was a spirit of an old lady who died of hunger. The family members could see an old lady, who used to visit the house during midnight. She used to enter the kitchen, eat whatever she found and left the house silently. The neighbors told Mr. Raghav that she lived a happy life. But after the death of her husband, her son did not care for her and she died of hunger.

Finally, Mr. Raghav could not stay in that house and decided to leave the house out of fear. Mr. Raghav’s family also was of the view to leave the house, so that they could live fearlessly. But Mr. Raghav and the family was very sad while leaving the house.

 

Question. Write a story in about 150-200 words which begins as the following :
Outside a city mall, I saw a crowd pacifying a lady. She was crying bitterly ............

Answer. Outside a city mall, I saw a crowd pacifying a lady. She was crying bitterly, as her purse containing six lakhs rupees had been snatched by two young boys on a bike. She was an uneducated lady and did not even note the bike number.
This is an everyday story, which we hear daily in our life. The authorities paid no heed to it. The lady had sold a small land for her daughter’s wedding. But unfortunately, she had lost all her wealth. Finally, some people in the crowd contributed some money and collected it and gave it to the lady. They even approached the SSP to help her in searching for the thieves.
I pray to the Almighty to help the lady in getting her money back.

 

Question. Develop the following outlines into a story in 150-200 words.
goose—lays a golden egg every day—greedy master—not satisfied—intends to become rich overnight—decides to get all the gold—kills the goose—finds no gold—repents his folly weeps and curses—greed ruins him

Answer.
The Hen That Laid Golden Eggs
A poor farmer once bought a goose, with the thought that it would supply him eggs for breakfast.The first day, the goose laid an egg. The farmer was surprised to find that the egg was of solid gold. His wife, too,was overjoyed at the thought that this would put an end to their poverty.
Their lives soon changed for the better. The farmer sold the eggs in the market and money obtained brought them the comforts that had been so far missing from their lives.
But then the farmer got greedy. A devilish thought occurred to him. He thought he would kill the goose to get all the gold out once and for all. He killed the goose, thinking that he would find lots of golden eggs inside it.
Alas ! All that emerged from the carcass was blood. There was no golden egg and the goose was also lost. He repented his folly and wept and cursed himself that his greed had ruined him and destroyed his good fortune.
Moral : Contentment is a great wealth.

 

Question. Write a story in 150-200 words from the outline given below :
“The date of examination was declared ______ I was horrified _______ My parents helped me ________ reached the examination centre _____ examination commenced _______ took a sigh of relief ______ stood first in the class.

Answer.
Generally, with the examination round the corner, the stress level of both the wards and the parents are high and sometimes, it reaches the breaking point. The same thing happened with me but the picture was different with my parents. The date of my examination was declared. I was horrified to think of the board examination. Just like other students of my class, it was also my first experience of appearing in the board exam. But I am blessed with such a supportive parents who not only counselled me but also helped me in preparing for the exams in the right way. They knew my capability and didn’t burden me with their unrealistic expectations, nor did they draw unnecessary comparisons with other children. Rather they helped me to make a schedule for my studies and I followed it seriously. My father helped me a lot. My mother took care of my diet and other chores. All that care and my proper preparation made me feel less stressed. The day of my first exam came. It was maths paper. I reached the examination centre twenty minutes before the scheduled time. I looked for my roll no. and room no. on the board, placed there. After getting settled on my seat, I prayed to God. Then the bell rang. Question papers were distributed. As soon as I saw the paper, my joy knew no bounds because the paper seemed very easy to me as I had practised the course a lot. It made me confident. Same happened in all the exams. After the exams were over, I took a sigh of relief. The time for the result arrived. I stood first in the class. All that had happened by the dint of my hard work and due to the support of my parents.

 

Question. Complete the story in 150-200 words which begins as the following :
It was a family picnic. The picnic spot was the bank of a river .......... 
Answer.
It was a family picnic. The picnic spot was on the bank of the river. We all went for the picnic after a long time. The most surprising part about this picnic was that it was organised by my father as he recently got a promotion in his office. My mother cooked lip smacking delicacies for all of us. We all got up early in the morning. The weather was absolutely perfect to be on the river side. As we reached the spot, we saw many people enjoying. Many vendors were walking around providing things for refreshment. My brother had got a badminton set and football with him. We both enjoyed playing badminton. When we got tired, mother offered us the food she brought with her. We had our lunch. When we were having our lunch, a poor girl selling balloons came to me and requested me to buy a balloon so that she could arrange food for herself. Hearing this, my father gave money to me and asked to buy all the balloons. The girl got very happy. My brother went with her to the shop to help her buy food. She took the food to her little brother who was waiting for her. After lunch, we went for a small walk around river bank and reached home tired after having a wonderful time.

 

 

Question. Write a story, in 150-200 words, from the outline given below. Give a suitable title to the story.
A bee falls into a stream—a dove flies past—drops a leaf into the river—the bee climbs on it—escapes—a hunter aims at the dove—the bee stings the hunter—misses the aim—the dove is saved—Moral.

Answer.
The Dove and the Bee
It was a pleasant morning, though the sky was overcast with clouds. A bee was busy flitting from flower to flower, collecting nectar to take back to the hive, where the young babies as well as the queen bee were waiting to be fed. Though it would have preferred a sunny weather, but summer time is supposed to be a period of hectic activity and cloudy sky was no deterrent for a bee to take an off from work. Enough nectar had to be collected and stored as honey to last them throughout the long winter.

Suddenly, there was such a gust of wind that dropped the bee into the stream below. At the same moment, a dove happened to be passing in the sky, who had noticed the event. Compassionate and helpful by nature, it dropped a leaf that floated close enough to bee, so as to be convenient for the insect to climb on to it. The bee was grateful and flapped its wings vigorously to dry them. A little distance away, the bee noticed a hunter, taking an aim in the sky. And lo and behold ! The hunter was aiming at the dove that had saved it just a while ago. The bee darted towards the hunter and stung him on the hand just in time that he missed his mark. Thus, the bee returned the good gesture by saving the life of the dove.
Moral : A good deed done returns in the form of good fortune in a numerable ways !

 

Question. Complete the story based on the outline given below in 150-200 words :
A thirsty crow ...... looked for water ...... found a pitcher ...... very less water in it ...... picked up pebbles and put them in the pitcher ...... water level raised.

Answer.
Thirsty Crow

Once there was a thirsty crow. He looked for water everywhere but found it nowhere. He flew far and wide in the search of water. At last, he reached a garden. There he found a pitcher. He flew near that pitcher. But he became sad to see that there was very little water in it. Even then he tried to drink that water but he was unable to do so because the level of water in that pitcher was too low to be drunk. But he did not lose hope. Suddenly, he saw some pebbles, lying near the pitcher. He immediately thought of a smart plan. He picked up those pebbles with his beak and put them in the pitcher one by one. It made the water level rise. Now, it was possible for the crow to drink water very easily. He drank water, quenched his thirst and flew away. Hence, with his will-power, he found a way to quench his thirst.

 

Question. You have been preparing for the National Talent Search Examination for the last one year and have got a very good rank. Write your story in 150-200 words using the following clues.humble family background-ambition to be something-scholarship, a means to that-preparation-help from the teachers-use of library-examination-result.

Answer.
Fulfillment of My Ambition

Everyone has one or another ambition in life. He or she wants to be something, i.e., to be successful in the field one likes to follow in life.
‘As many ambitions as many people’ goes an old saying. Many people gave me many suggestions in this regard, i.e., some wanted me to become a scientist, some engineers, some teachers and so on. But I was very clear at my mind. I wanted to become an engineer as it is according to my taste, interest, aptitude and bent of mind. The only hurdle was that it didn’t go with the available means as I have a very humble family background. My father can’t afford the expenses for it.

But if there is a will, there is a way. I decided to clear National Talent Search Examination. Alongwith the preparation of class XII, I started the preparation. For nearly one year, I burnt midnight oil because I wanted to leave no stone unturned in my venture. My teachers were of great help in this regard. They also knew the seriousness of my ambition. I made maximum use of library books. With the help of my best friend, I prepared notes, which were cross-checked by my teachers.
And lo ! Yesterday, the result was announced. My joy knew no bounds when I saw that I had topped the list of the girl-candidates. Even overall, I have got a very good rank. Now, I can fulfil my aim with the aid of scholarship.

 

Question. Write a story in 200-250 words based on the following outline:
A jackal falls into a dyer’s tub _________ gets coloured yellow _________ an idea _________ announces himself king of forest _________ animals respect _________ jackal insults them _________ worried animals _________ hold a meeting _________ starts howling _________ identified _________ cannot resist _________ truth comes out _________ animals kill him.

Answer. 
Once upon a time there lived a jackal who strayed into a city in search of food. He was hungry and being chased by a group of dogs. He accidentally entered house of a dyer and fell into a tub of yellow dye. He was stained yellow from head to toe. When he escaped from the house back into the forest, all animals were surprised at his appearance and could not place his identity. Taking advantage of the situation, he announced himself the king of the jungle. All animals started respecting him. The animals would hunt food and bring it to him. Then he would distribute the food as he wished. Often he insulted the animals for trivial matters. Soon, he was leading a life of luxury.
But the other animals, specially the jackals, were worried. As the jackals were rebuked the most by their king.
So they all decided to hold a meeting. All the jackals started howling to their glory. Unable to control his natural instinct, the self proclaimed king showed his natural voice and howled at the top of his voice. Hearing this howl, the animal realised that they had been fooled by a jackal and killed it instantly.
Moral : Excess of greed is harmful.

 

Question. Swati decided to write a story to be published in her school magazine but unfortunately she could not complete her story. Complete her story in about 150-200 words so that it could be given for publishing.
Once in a jungle there lived a lion. It was very cruel and killed many innocent animals every day. One day all the other animals of the jungle decided to ...................

Answer.
Once in a jungle there lived a lion. It was very cruel and killed many innocent animals every day. One day all the other animals of the jungle decided to teach the lion a lesson. They told the lion that he need not go to kill the animals. Rather they would come themselves to him. But the lion had his own plan to catch a prey. He called a rabbit and said that he wanted to tell him a story. The rabbit was suspicious, but the lion fooled him saying that he had become a pure vegetarian and wanted to show him something magical. The rabbit was however much wiser and could see through the intention of the lion.

He could not afford to confront the lion and decided to be very discreet and tactful in his approach. He said that he did not mind accompanying him on the condition that he took permission from his master who stayed in the well and claimed to be the king of the jungle.

This infuriated the lion and he roared his disapproval at the impertinence of another to claim to be the king. The rabbit smiled to himself, happy that the lion was falling into his trap. He escorted the lion to the well. The lion was shocked to see his reflection and thought that it was another lion. He roared ferociously and flung himself
on to his reflection !
So that was the end of the lion and also of the troubles of the rabbit and the other forest animals. The rabbit survived the crisis with his wisdom and presence of mind.

 

Question. Write a story in 150-200 words based on the points given below :
A sixty-two year old woman ....................... travelling in daytime by a public transport bus .................... a man in his 20's comes and sits .................... offers sweets to her .................... woman faints .................... man takes away her gold bangles and chain and disappears .................... police searches .....................

Answer.
Yesterday, I had got a chance to go to Delhi. I preferred to travel by public transport bus. As soon as I reached there, I saw many people standing around an old woman. She was crying bitterly. I tried to help her because she was alone. When she became a bit normal, she told that she was sixty two years old. She had to go to her son’s place. So she preferred to travel during day time, that also in a public transport bus as there is generally less fuss in these buses.

She boarded the bus from Faridabad. Everything was fine till Mathura. At Mathura, a man in his 20’s boarded that bus and sat beside her. For 10-15 minutes, he talked to her and succeeded in winning her heart. Then she was offered sweets on the name of ‘Prasad of Dwarkadheesh’. The lady didn’t have a speck of doubt, so she ate that prasad without any hesitation. She had never thought of his ill-intentions. After that, she fainted. At Agra, the conductor, thinking that she was sleeping, tried to wake her up. Later, he understood all the case and alarmed the driver. With their efforts she became conscious, initially it was difficult for her to recall what had happened to her.
That man had given her mild poison on the name of ‘prasad’ and after taking away her gold bangles and chain, he had disappeared. I tried to soothe her and accompanied her to the nearby police station. The police lodged a complaint and started searching that man. After informing her son on mobile, I took leave of her with a heavy heart but with a hope of the recovery of her loss.

 

Question. Yesterday morning, I was getting ready for my school. As soon as I picked up my school bag, someone knocked on the door. I opened the door and saw.. 

Answer.
Yesterday morning, I was getting ready for my school. As soon as I picked up my school bag, someone knocked on the door. I opened the door and saw .................... .
There was no one on the other side. I was a bit nervous as I was all alone at home that morning. My parents had gone out of town the previous day. I came in and locked the door. Though it was 6.00 am, still none of my neighbors had left their beds. I went back to my room when I heard the knock once again. As I rushed to the door and opened it, nothing could be found. No person, no animal. I kept standing for a while indecisively in the porch. I was sure someone was playing prank on me. But who! I wanted to share my doubt with my parents. But then coming in I dropped the idea because I thought they would unnecessarily worry for me. I locked the door and switched off the lights. But I did not go in. Instead I crouched near the window that overlooked our gate and the walls. I did not have to wait long. The mischievous son of our neighbor along with his cousin, both were my classmates too, jumped over the wall and tiptoed towards the door for another knocking bout. However, before he could do so, I switched all the lights on and shouted from the window. They were caught red-handed. At first they were surprised but then they started laughing. Actually they had done this to frighten me as they knew that I was alone at home that morning. They apologized to me for their prank. I forgave them and we all together set off for the school.
Thus, I felt like Sherlock Holmes that day.

 


1. You recently visited a newly constructed mega mall in your city. Write a description of the same using the hints given below inabout 80 words.

• Huge, 5 floors

• Spacious underground parking lot

• Top of the line fashion outlets

• Big brands in ladies, kid’s and men’s wear

• Food courts

2. 2nd October is ‘Senior Citizens’ Day. Your school has decided to join this compassionate cause by arranging a visit to an old age home at Tis Hazari, New Delhi. As school Captain Prateek of Vivekananda School, New Delhi, draft a notice in 50 words inviting the names of students from classes IX-XII to visit the old age home.

3. You are Aman/Aleena of Class X and you have received an email from International Mathematics Olympiad Committee informing that you have been lucky enough to win 2nd rank at the International level. Write a letter to your friend sharing your happiness with him/her. Tell him/her how did you prepare for this examination.

4. In its effort to achieve 100% literacy all over the country, the Central government started free mid-day meal up to class V. Though you appreciate the efforts made by the government, you feel that the government must consider other factors too inorder to ensure total success of the programme. Write a letter to the editor of a leading daily, giving your suggestions.

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Read the latest news and announcements from NCERT and CBSE below. Important updates relating to your studies which will help you to keep yourself updated with latest happenings in school level education. Keep yourself updated with all latest news and also read articles from teachers which will help you to improve your studies, increase motivation level and promote faster learning

CBSE Term 2 Board Examinations

CBSE vide Circular No.Acad-51/2021 dated 5th July, 2021, notified that in the session 2021-2022, Board Examinations would be conducted in two terms, i.e.. Term I and Term II. This decision was taken due to the uncertainty arising out of COVID 19 Pandemic. Term I...

Board Exams Date Sheet Class 10 and Class 12

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Class 10th and 12th Term 2 Revaluation Process 2022

Evaluation of the Answer Books is done under a well-settled Policy. To ensure that the evaluation is error free, CBSE is taking several steps. After strictly following these steps, the result is prepared. Though, CBSE is having a well-settled system of assessment,...

Celebration of Matribhasha Diwas Mother Language day

UNESCO has declared 21st February of every year to be celebrated as International Mother Language day to promote dissemination of Mother Language of all, create awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions and diversity across the world and to inspire solidarity...