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January 7th, 2014, 01:14 PM
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Give me question paper for the 10th class exam of (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination board ??

As you want question papers of Class 10th of ICSE Board, so I am providing following question papers:

ICSE Board Class 10th English Question Paper 2013
Question 1
(Do not spend more than 35 minutes on this question.)
Write a composition (350 - 400 words) on any one of the following:
(a) Me and my big mouth!
(b) Write about a time when you were late for an important function.
What lesson on punctuality did you learn?
(c) Every home should adopt a pet animal. Express your views either for or
against this statement.
(d) Write an original short story which illustrates the truth of the statement,

Question 2
(Do not spend more than 20 minutes on this question.)
Select one of the following:
(a) Write a letter to the editor of a local newspaper telling him/her what you
think about global warming, its effects and what people should do to
prevent it from getting worse.
(b) A friend of yours has been out of station for a month and there was an
important event/function held in the school while he/she was away. Write
him/her a letter describing of the event/function, and your role in it, and

ICSE Board Class 10th English Question Paper 2013

ICSE Board Class 10th Maths Question Paper 2014
Ranbir borrows Rs. 20,000 at 12% per annum compound interest. If he repays
Rs. 8400 at the end of the first year and Rs. 9680 at the end of the second year,
find the amount of loan outstanding at the beginning of the third year.

Shahrukh opened a 'Recurring Deposit' account in a bank and deposited Rs. 800 per
month for 11h years. If he received Rs. 15,084 at the time of maturity, find the rate
of interest per annum.

Calculate the ratio in which the line joining A( -4, 2) and B(3, 6) is divided by a
point P(x, 3). Also find (i) x (ii) Length of AP.

The numbers 6, 8, 10, 12, 13 and xare arranged in an ascending order.
If the mean of the observations is equal to the median, find the value of .x.

Use graph paper to answer the following questions. (Take 2 em = 1 unit on
both axes)
(i) Plot the points A( -4, 2) and 8(2, 4)
(ii) A' is the image of A when reflected at the y-ax:is. Plot it on the graph paper
and write the co-ordinates of A'.
(iii) B' is the image of B when reflected on the line AA'. Write the co-ordinates of 8'.
(iv) Write the geometric name of the figure ABA'B'.
(v) Name a line of symmetry of the figure fonned.

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January 7th, 2014, 06:21 PM
 Super Moderator Join Date: Jun 2013
Re: ICSE 10th Board Exam Papers

here I am giving you question paper for the 10th class exam of (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination board in PDF file attached with it …

some questions are given below :
Question 2
{Do not spend more than 20 minutes on this question.)
Select one of the following: [10]

(a) Many areas near your school have been affected by floods. You are President of your school social service club. Write a letter to the Mayor of your town/city telling him/her what you plan to do for the relief of the victims, suggest ways in which you can combine with other organisations to bring about better distribution of relief items.

(b) You were taken by your school to visit a place of historical interest. Write a letter to your classmate who was unable to go on the trip telling him/ her about the trip, why it was important and what you gained from the experience.

Question 3
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow: It was a dull autumn day and Jill Pole was crying behind the gym.

She was crying because they had been bullying her. This is not going to be a school story, so I shall say as little as possible about Jill’s school, which is not a pleasant subject. It was Co-educational, a school for both boys and girls, what used to be called a “mixed” school; some said it was not nearly so mixed as the minds of the people who ran it. These people had the idea that boys and girls should be allowed to do what they liked. And unfortunately what ten or fifteen of the biggest boys and girls liked best was bullying the others. All sorts of things, horrid things, went on which at an ordinary school would have been found out and stopped in half a term, but at this school they weren’t. Or even if they were, the people who did them were not expelled or punished. The Head said they were interesting psychological cases and sent for them and talked to them for hours. And if your knew the right sort of things to say to the Head, the main result was that you became rather favourite than otherwise.

That was why Jill Pole was crying on that dull autumn day on the damp little path which runs between the back of the gym and the shrubbery. And she hadn’t nearly finished her cry when a boy came round the corner of the gym whistling, with his hands in his pockets. He nearly ran into her. “Can’t you look where you’re going?” said Jill Pole.

“All right,” said the boy, “you needn’t startw” and then he noticed her face, “I say, Jill,” he said, “what’s up?”
Jill only made faces; the sort you make when you’re trying to say something but find that if you speak you’ll start crying again.

“It’s Them, I suppose — as usual,” said the boy grimly, digging his hands further into his pockets.
Jill nodded. There was no need for her to say anything, even if she could have said it. They both knew.

“Now, look here,” said the boy, “its no use …”
He meant well, but he did talk rather like someone beginning a lecture. Jill suddenly flew into a temper (which is quite a likely thing to happen if you have been interrupted in a cry).

“Oh, go away and mind you own business,” she said. “Nobody asked you to come barging in, did they? And you’re a nice person to start telling us what we all ought to do, aren’t you? I suppose you mean we ought to spend all our time sucking up to Them, and currying favour, and dancing attendance on Them like you do.”

“Oh, Lord!” said the boy, sitting down on the grassy bank at the edge of the shrubbery and very quickly getting up again because the grass was soaking

wet. His name unfortunately was Eustace Scrubb, but he wasn’t a bad sort. “Jilll” he said. Is that fair?”

“I d-don’t know and I don’t care,” sobbed Jill.

Eustace saw that she wasn’t quite herself yet and very sensibly offered her a peppermint. He had one too. Presently Jill began to see things in a clearer light.
“I’m sorry, Eustace,” she said presently

(a) Give the meaning of each of the following words as used in the passage. One word answers or short phrases will be accepted.
(1) bullying
(2] expelled
(3) barging [3]
(1] Why was Jill crying? [2]
(2) Why do you think she was crying behind the gym? [2]
(3) Who is the ‘Them’ referred to in line 24? [2]
(4) Why did Jilt fly into a temper? [2]
(5) Which sentences tell us that both Jill and Eustace Scrubble had sufferes similarly? [2]
(6) When did Jill begin to see things differently?

(c) (1) What kind of school did the children go top Write your,answer in not more than 60 words. [8]
(ii) Give a title to your summary in 3 (c). Give a reason to justify your choice. [2]
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September 28th, 2015, 04:08 PM
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Re: ICSE 10th Board Exam Papers

My sister is in Class 10th of ICSE Board. She wants papers to start preparation of examinations. So is there any one who will provide question papers of Class 10th of ICSE Board?

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