CBSE Guidelines in Sociology subject for Project Work and Marks distribution for XI2008-09

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Sociology subject for Project Work

Practical Project Work in the subject of Sociology for 20 marks in class XI for the academic year 2008-09 and the theory paper will consist of 80 marks. The same pattern will be introduced in class XII in the subsequent year. Thus, the Sociology paper (code 039) in class XII examination 2010 will consist of 80 marks in theory and 20 marks in practical project both of which will be externally evaluated.

The apportionment of the 20 marks prescribed for the Practical Project Work which will be evaluated by the external examiner is as follows :

Practical examination

Max. Marks 20 Time allotted : 3 hrs.

A Project (undertaken during the academic year at school level)

07 marks

i. Statement of the purpose 2 marks

ii Methodology/Technique 2 marks

iii Conclusion 3 marks

B Viva-based on the project work 05 marks

C Research design

iv Overall format

08 marks

1 mark

v Research Question/Hypothesis 1 mark

vi Choice of technique 2 marks

vii Detailed procedure for implementing of technique 2 marks

viii Limitations of the above technique 2 marks

B&C to be administered on the day of the external examination

Please click the link below to download CBSE Guidelines in Sociology subject for Project Work and Marks distribution for XI2008-09.

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