Read and download CBSE Class 12 English Core Question Paper Solved 2021 Set A designed as per the latest question paper pattern and Class 12 examination guidelines issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The past year Question Papers for Class 12 English have been provided with solutions which will help students to assess their performance and find out topics in English grade 12 which they need to improve to get better marks in Standard 12 exams. After solving these last year papers also refer to solved Sample Papers for Class 12 English available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject
English Question Paper Class 12 2021
Students can refer to the below Class 12 English Question Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 12 exams. Please download CBSE Class 12 English Core Question Paper Solved 2021 Set A
English Class 12 Question Paper 2021
CBSE Class 12 English Core Question Paper Solved 2021 Set A. Students can download the last year board exams question papers using the link below. Free download of examination question papers with solutions. Last 10 year question papers should be practised to get better marks in examinations.
1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
1. Two weeks ago, I travelled across northeast Karnataka and spent time in the districts of Gulbarga, Bijapur and Yadgir, including many villages and small towns. Almost all my time was spent in government schools, with children, teachers and other functionaries of the system. I also spent some time with people from a few village communities.
2. This large area of Karnataka is very disadvantaged. A week spent in such a region can be very disturbing because it reveals the reality of inequality and injustice that millions of our fellow citizens face. But despite glaringly visible problems and challenges, the week was also deeply energizing and filled me with hope because of the spirit of the people I met there. My experience is best described by two examples.
3. I met a girl who was about 16. She was clear that she wanted to join the police service. She opened up about her life. She spoke of an incident when a man harassed her, and how she confronted him directly and stopped him in his tracks. Her boldness and courage would do anyone proud. She comes from an area riven by deep seated gender disparity and discrimination. Her family is deeply disadvantaged and it is obvious that all odds are heavily loaded against her.
4. However, she is what she is, an individual with courage, conviction and aspirations. She is admirable. A local group of people and an NGO, which mobilize the community to help young girls, have supported her. And she is one among the hundreds who have benefited. The young people I met and the NGO that works with them are a remarkable example of resilience and of battling for justice.
5. I also met, across all villages and small towns, hundreds of teachers from government schools who are deeply committed and motivated. They spend their own money and come on their own time, often on a public holiday or weekend, to learn something new, so that they can become better teachers.
6. I can tell you that even in a successful IT company there will be very few takers if you ask people to come on a Sunday, at their own cost, to learn and become better software engineers. But these teachers do this. They recognize from within themselves that as educators, they have a deep responsibility. That, in many ways, the future of our children is in their hands.
7. This positive experience with government schoolteachers is not limited to Karnataka but true across the country. Our experience has been that 10-20 per cent teachers everywhere are highly motivated. They lead positive change.
8. It’s true that 10-20 per cent are quite disengaged. However even more importantly, the middle 60 per cent work positively if the right atmosphere and support structure is provided. Also, if young people who are just getting into the profession have the right environment, then they can develop as genuinely committed educators.
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