Chapter 2.2: Indian Weavers Balbharati Solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest Solution

Chapter 2.2: Indian Weavers

 

Artisans are also called craftsmen. They are creators of diverse goods and use their hands to create unique, functional, and also decorative items using traditional techniques. Now complete the web given below:


Chapter 2.2: Indian Weavers

 


Solution: 

Goldsmith

Tailor

Watchmaker

Sculptor

Potter

Carpenter

Mason

 

Discuss with your partner the season/occasion when we need:

 

woollen clothes

 

Solution: 

Woollen clothes are needed in the cold weather and/or during the winter to keep ourselves warm.

 

casual clothes

 

Solution: 

Casual clothes are worn for informal occasions such as outings and parties.

 

rich silk clothes

 

Solution: 

Rich silk clothes are worn, especially by Indian women, at religious ceremonies and social gatherings such as wedding functions and poojas.

 

colourful, comfortable clothes

Solution: 

Colourful, comfortable clothes can be worn especially while at home and during travel.

 

Let’s play a game. The teacher will ask the students some questions. Students will understand that there are some exceptions to the general rules. Let’s start.

One who weaves is a weaver.

One who plays a game is a _______.

One who sings is a _______.

One who dances is a _______.

One who teaches is a _______.

One who cooks is a _______.

 

Solution: 

 

One who weaves is a weaver.

One who plays a game is a gamer.

One who sings is a singer.

One who dances is a dancer.

One who teaches is a teacher.

One who cooks is a cook.

 

We have often seen the picture of Gandhiji spinning on his charkha. Discuss the reasons behind this. One has been given for you.

 

To give rural people an opportunity to earn their livelihood.

_________________________

_________________________

_________________________

 

Solution: 

 

To give rural people an opportunity to earn their livelihood.

To instil the sense of swadeshi among the masses

To make India self-dependent in producing cloth for its people

To promote the cottage industry in the country.

 

Name some tools used by the weavers.

 

Loom

________

________

 

Solution: 

 

Some tools used by the weavers are:

Loom

Weaving Comb

Shed stick

 

Name some types of yarns used by the weavers.

Linen

________

________

________

Solution: 

 

Linen

Rayon

Polyester

Wool

 

Discuss with your partner about the following vocation:

 

Weaving

Solution: 

It is the process of forming a fabric by interlacing yarn on a handloom or a power-loom. The interlaces are known as wefts and warps.

 

Tailoring

Solution: 

It is the process of stitching garments from a fabric on a manual or an automatic tailoring machine.

 

Knitting

Solution: 

It is the process by which yarn is handled or looped to create a textile or fabric. It is used to make many types of garments such as hosiery and woollen garments.

 

Embroidering

Solution: 

It is the art of decorating cloth by sewing patterns on it with thread. Many ornamental patterns can be created on simple fabrics with this art to make tablecloths, drapery, ethnic wear, etc.

 

Discuss the various products made by the weavers in the poem.

 

Solution: 

 

The weavers make three different products in the three stanzas of the poem:

In the first stanza, they make vibrant blue-coloured robes of a new-born child with the colour resembling the blue wings of the wild halcyon.

In the second stanza, they make the marriage-veils of a queen in purple and green, with the colours resembling the plumes of a peacock.

In the third stanza, they make a funeral shroud for a dead man. The shroud is white, like a feather and like a cloud.

These products symbolise childhood, youth and old age, respectively.

 

The words in the three stanzas of the poem mention different times of the day. Complete the table.

Time of the day

Words/phrases

Weaver’s work

Early morning

Break of day

Weavers weave robes for the new-born child

Late in the evening



Cold night



 

Solution: 

Time of the day

Words/phrases

Weaver’s work

Early morning

Break of day

Weavers weave robes for the new-born child

Late in the evening

Fall of night

Weavers weave marriage-veils of a queen.

Cold night

Midnight chill

Weavers weave a dead man’s funeral shroud.

 

 

 

The poem reveals three phases of life. Fill in the blanks with feelings and colours appropriate to the phases of life. One is done for you.


New-born/ Childhood

Youth/ Adulthood

Old age/ death

Colour

Blue



Feeling

Hopes and expectations



 

Solution:

 


New-born/ Childhood

Youth/ Adulthood

Old age/ death

Colour

Blue

Purple and Green

White

Feeling

Hopes and expectations

Excitement, Joy

Dejection, Lack of enthusiasm

 

Complete: The weavers weave in the chill moonlight _______.

Solution: 

The weavers weave in the chill moonlight, solemn and still, a shroud for a dead man.

 

Pick out two words used to describe the weavers in the last stanza. Also state their importance.

Solution: 

The two words that describe the weavers in the last stanza are ‘solemn’ and ‘still’. The words are used to describe the weavers who are weaving a funeral shroud for the dead man, in a sombre, silent, and compassionate state.

 

Express your views about the present condition of weavers.

Solution: 

The weavers in present times are not generally well-off. They face serious competition from the large textile mills that can produce garments at a faster and cheaper rate. Many of the weavers have altogether left the profession or are forced to work for meagre income in large factories that produce cloth on power-looms.

 

Describe in your own words the steps or measures that can be taken to solve the problems of the weavers.

Solution: 

 

The following steps can be taken to solve the problem of the weavers:

1. At government level, schemes should be introduced to protect the interests of weavers. They should be provided subsidies, just like farmers. For example, the government can provide them yarn at a discounted price or help them with easy loans to set up their own looms.

2. At an individual level, we citizens can support the weavers by buying their products, even if they prove more expensive and less elegant than factory-made garments. We can keep a few weaver-made garments in our wardrobe to wear them at least on traditional occasions.

 

Express your own views and opinions from the weavers’ point of view and complete the following table.

Stanza

Activity (done by weavers)

Views/Opinion

First stanza

Robes for a new-born child

The weavers feel _____ because _____

Second stanza



Third stanza



 

Solution: 

 

Stanza

Activity (done by weavers)

Views/Opinion

First stanza

Robes for a new-born child

The weavers feel _____ because _____

Second stanza

Marriage-veils for a queen

The weavers feel happy and enthusiastic because they are weaving the marriage-veils of a queen, which is a merry occasion.

Third stanza

Funeral shroud of a dead man

The weavers feel sad and depressed because they are silently and seriously weaving the funeral shroud upon the death of a man, which is a sad occasion.

 

Pick out the rhyming words from the poem.

 

Solution: 

 

day - gay

wild - child

night - bright

green - queen

still - chill

shroud - cloud

 

Give antonyms and synonyms of the following and make sentences of your own.

Word

Antonym

Sentence

Synonym

Sentence

new

 

 

 

 

bright

 

 

 

 

dead

 

 

 

 

still

 

 

 

 

wild

 

 

 

 

fall

 

 

 

 

child

 

 

 

 

 

Solution: 

 

Word

Antonym

Sentence

Synonym

Sentence

new

old

It’s an old practice to observe fasting on religious festivals.

novel

Cybercriminals always come up with novel ways to scam people

bright

dull

The classroom appeared quite dull as four out of the two lights in the room were not working.

colourful

Mini wanted to wear a colourful costume for the dance competition.

dead

alive

The animal had been shot down but it was surprisingly still alive.

deceased

The family of the deceased was being consoled by the other relatives.

still

mobile

This truck is also a mobile hospital.

stationary

According to laws of Physics, a stationary object carries potential energy.

wild

tame

The tame animals in zoos have a longer lifespan than those in the jungles.

feral

During early stages of evolution, humans used to live in feral state, without any awareness of culture

fall

rise

The rise of sun is a spectacle to watch from my balcony.

decline

The covid-19 lockdown has led to a decline in employment in many countries of the world.

child

adult

In India, anyone who is 18 years old or above is considered as an adult.

infant

A child aged 2 years or less is classified as an infant.

 

Make a word register for clothes/attire/dress.

Solution: 

Garment, outfit, grooming, sartorial, casuals, formals, traditional, ethnic, spun, satin, embroidered, denim, corduroy, twill, crepe.

 

Complete the following table.

 

Figure of Speech

Line

Simile


Imagery


Metaphor


Alliteration

 

 

Solution:

 

Figure of Speech

Line

Simile

“Blue as the wing of a halcyon wild,”

Imagery

Like the plumes of a peacock, purple and green,

Metaphor

“Weavers, weaving at break of day,”

Alliteration

“Why do you weave a garment so gay?......”

 

The rhyme scheme in the first stanza is ‘aabb’. Find rhyme schemes in the second and third stanzas.

 

Solution:

 

Stanza

Rhyme Scheme

Second

ccdd

Third

eeff

 

The poet has asked a question at the beginning of every stanza. Explain the effect it creates on the reader.

 

Solution:


The questions at the beginning of each stanza are used by the poet to stir a sense of inquiry and wonderment in the reader’s mind. It gets the reader curious to know about the nature of the garment woven by the weaver and the reason behind weaving that garment at that particular time. The lines used to raise those questions also serve the purpose of adding the effect of alliteration as a figure of speech.


Write an appreciation of the poem.


Solution:

 

 

Appreciation of the poem ‘Indian Weavers’

‘Indian Weavers’ is a poem by the renowned poet, Sarojini Naidu. The poem has been taken from the poet’s first volume poetry ‘The Golden Threshold’, published in 1905. It consists of three stanzas, or quatrains, with two rhyming couplets each. This poem is a metaphor for the three stages of human life  birth, youth and death. The poet depicts Indian weavers, who weave tirelessly at different times, while simultaneously describing the three stages of human life, from birth to death, just as the weavers weave from dawn tonight. The poet chooses three different time settings  the weavers weave the new-born baby’s garments in the early morning, the queen’s marriage-veils in the evening and the dead man’s shroud at midnight. The central theme of the poem is the parallelism that the poet beautifully draws between the three parts of the weaver’s workday and the three stages of human life. The poem has been written in iambic tetrameter and its three stanzas follow the rhyme scheme of ‘aabb’, ‘ccdd’ and ‘eeff’ respectively. The style used in the poem is simple and lucid, with each stanza beginning with a question to evoke the reader’s interest. The poetic devices Alliteration, Consonance, Inversion, Metaphor, Repetition and smile have been employed to enhance the text’s poetic appeal. The use of Simile in ‘blue as the wing of a halcyon wild’, Metaphor in ‘break of day’ to compare it to ‘childhood’, Alliteration in repetitive consonant sounds of ‘we’ throughout the stanzas or ‘p’ in ‘purple peacock’, and repetition of the words ‘weavers’, weaving’ and ‘weave’ across the poem are the examples of these poetic devices. The poet has used vivid imagery in correlating the parts of the day to the stages of life. Almost every line of the poem contains imagery, which paints a picture in the readers’ minds about the ‘weavers weaving’, ‘blue-colored robe on a new-born baby’, ‘a queen wearing purple and green coloured marriage-veil’ and a ‘dead body covered with a white shroud’. The major use of symbolism in the poem is that the ‘threads’ of a person’s life are woven by ‘destiny’ or ‘Fates’, which is represented by the ‘weavers’ in this poem. It is the Fates who decide the time of birth, the length of youth and the time of death of a person. Thus, the contextual meaning of the poem may be the weavers weaving garments and a shroud for various occasions, but symbolically the poem represents the cycle of life and death with the threads of each stage being woven by the Fates. The message being conveyed by the poem is that of the perpetual motion of life, where each stage, characterised by its unique emotions, lasts for a while before the next one comes along to take its place. I find this poem a good read as it is short poem which is packed with imagery. I like the poem for the colour-scheme that the poet has chosen for the garments woven by the weaver according to the life-stage of the intended wearer.

 

Compose four lines on ‘Importance of clothes.’

 

Solution:

 

 

‘Importance of Clothes’

Clothe and cloth, are they the same both?

No! No! Says the wise silk-moth,

The shirt that you wear is the clothe, and the yarn that I make, you

humans use to spin cloth.

And thence stitch up the clothe!

 

Write an appeal to use handloom products in our daily life.

 

Solution:

 

Dear fellow citizens of the country, Let us adopt the clothes made by our country’s weavers. These are environment-friendly as they are usually woven on handlooms, which do not cause pollution. There is a certain rustic charm about a hand-woven fabric that makes the user or wearer feel proud of our country’s self-sufficiency in making clothes for its citizens. You have to wear such clothes only once to experience their beauty and comfort. I assume that all of you must have used handloom-made bed sheets or curtains of cotton in your houses at some time. Please recall how simple and elegant they look and enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home. Friends, please remember that preferring handloom products over western fabric is not just about making an ethnic statement but it also serves the social purpose of supporting the livelihoods of thousands of native weavers in our country, who are not doing financially well anymore. The governments can implement welfare schemes for them, but the ball ultimately falls in the courts of buyers like us. So let’s all unite for a cause and go Swadeshi!


Visit a handloom factory near your locality and write a report of it.

 

Solution:

 

Kiran Handlooms – The Pride of Badlapur

Rahul Tripathi, Student Reporter

Mumbai, 20th May, 2020

The college had organized a visit to Kiran Handlooms in Badlapur on Thursday, 14th May. Students from Std. XI and XII were taken on a tour of the factory to witness the creation of hand-woven fabrics and to understand the importance of the weavers in today’s mechanized world.

 

Kiran Handlooms was established in the year 1977. Owned by the Hirachand, this unit is spread over a sprawling 5 acres. It has two manufacturing units and a well-maintained storehouse. The older unit housed about 50 traditional handloom kaarigars who were busy creating beautiful weaves on the weaving table. The students also got the chance to witness the processes of thread dyeing and warping. The processes of sizing, attaching the warp, weft winding, and weaving were also explained to the students by the manager of the loom. The adjacent unit had a state-of-the-art facility, where all of these activities were automated on systems, so as to reduce the workload on the workers. The students were able to purchase the end products, which were readily available for sale at a small retail counter adjacent to the store house. The visit served its purpose of making the students aware of the essential role played by weavers in the country’s production of high-quality fabrics.

 

A handicraft exhibition is being organized in your college. You are given the task to compere the inaugural function. Write the script for compering.

Solution:

 

Introduction

A very good morning to everyone present here at this function today. On behalf M.G.J.I College, I welcome you all to ‘Hastashilp Mela’. This exhibition was envisioned by our founder chairman Mr. Guru Dutta in the late-eighties and has been our much-awaited annual event ever since. Today marks the beginning of this wonder-filled 4-day exhibition of handicrafts from all over the country. Like each year, this event is brimming with the Swadeshi spirit. Let us seek the divine blessings by the symbolic lighting of the lamp.

 

Lighting of the lamp

I now invite on stage our distinguished guest for today, Mr. Kedar Ghosh (Chairman of the Education Council of Delhi) to light the lamp as we seek the blessings God.

Thank you, Mr. Ghosh.

 

About the event

India is known for its ethnicity. We pride ourselves in being one of the most culturally rich countries in the world. India is also immensely fortunate to possess some highly skilled artisans across the length and breadth of the nation. They are the ones who have established the legacy of Indian handicrafts and popularised it around the globe. Many rural people still earn their livelihood from their creative pieces of art. It is with this vision to encourage these true sons of the soil that our founder chairman, Mr. Guru Dutta had conceptualized this event all those years ago. Today we, the students of M.G.J.I College, proudly take this opportunity to nurture his evergreen dream! 

 

I would like to request the students of Std. XII to kick off this beautiful shilpmela with a dance native to the state of Maharashtra.

 

Wow! That was indeed a splendid performance!

Before I take your leave, I would like to thank all of you for your presence today and hope that you all will enjoy the exhibition as much as we enjoyed putting it together!

 

Go to your college library and collect and read the poems written by Sarojini Naidu.

 

Solution:

 

The students can read the following poems by Sarojini Naidu:

A Love Song from the North

A Rajput Love Song

Alabaster

An Indian Love Song

Autumn Song

 

Find various career opportunities in Small-scale Industries like Handloom, Art and Craft, Block Printing, etc.

 

The students can gather information on the following career opportunities, among others, in Small Scale Industries:

Repair and maintenance of household goods

Pottery making

Household detergents making plants

Agricultural food processing units 

Specialised furniture making

Garment manufacturing

 

Find out information about the Mahavastra of Maharashtra - Paithani.

 

Solution:

 

The students can add following information to their own findings: A Paithani is essentially a gold and silk sari of Maharashtrian origin. It is named after the Paithan town in the city of Aurangabad, Maharashtra, where the saree was first handmade. In the present day, Yeola town in Nashik is the largest manufacturer of Paithani. Made from a very fine silk, this type of saree is considered one of the most expensive sarees in India. Paithani is characterised by borders of a square design, and a pallu with peacock, plain as well as spotted designs. Also, a kaleidoscopic effect is achieved by using one colour for weaving lengthwise and another for weaving width wise.


HSC ENGLISH MARCH 2020 SET A BOARD PAPER WITH SOLUTION

 

GRAMMAR

 

English Yuvakbharati Latest Syllabus Solution. 

 

SECTION ONE (Prose)

 

Chapter 1.1: An Astrologer’s Day

 

Chapter 1.2: On Saying “Please”

 

Chapter 1.3: The Cop and the Anthem

 

Chapter 1.4: Big Data-Big Insights

 

Chapter 1.5: The New Dress

 

Chapter 1.6: Into the Wild

 

Chapter 1.7: Why we Travel

 

Chapter 1.8: Voyaging Towards Excellence

 

SECTION TWO (Poetry)

 

Chapter 2.1: Song of the Open Road

 

Chapter 2.2: Indian Weavers

 

Chapter 2.3: The Inchcape Rock

 

Chapter 2.4: Have you Earned your Tomorrow

 

Chapter 2.5: Father Returning Home

 

Chapter 2.6: Money

 

Chapter 2.7: She Walks in Beauty

 

Chapter 2.8: Small Towns and Rivers

 

SECTION THREE (Writing Skills) 

Chapter 3.1: Summary Writing

 

Chapter 3.2: Do Schools Really Kill Creativity? (Mind-Mapping)

 

Chapter 3.3: Note–Making

 

Chapter 3.4: Statement of Purpose

 

Chapter 3.5: Drafting a Virtual Message

 

Chapter 3.6: Group Discussion

 

SECTION FOUR (Genre-Drama)

 

Chapter 4: History of Novel

 

Chapter 4: To Sir, with Love

 

Chapter 4: Around the World in Eighty Days

 

Chapter 4: The Sign of Four

 

ENGLISH PAST BOARD PAPERS UPTO DATE

 

MARCH 2014, OCTOBER 2014, MARCH 2015, JULY 2015, MARCH 2016 SET A, MARCH 2016 SET B, MARCH 2016 SET C, MARCH 2016 SET D, JULY 2016 SET A,  JULY 2016 SET B, JULY 2016 SET C, JULY 2016 SET D,  MARCH 2017 SET A, MARCH 2017 SET B, MARCH 2017 SET C, MARCH 2017 SET D,  JULY 2017 SET A, MARCH 2018 SET A,  MARCH 2018 SET B,  MARCH 2018 SET C,  MARCH 2018 SET D. MARCH 2019 SET A, MARCH 2019 SET B, MARCH 2019 SET C, MARCH 2019 SET D, MARCH 2020

 

APPEAL WRITING

 

LETTER WRITINGS

 

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

 

SPEECH WRITING

 

25 FAMOUS PROVERBS MEANING AND EXAMPLES

 

PROVERB

 

IDIOMS & PHRASES

 

STORY WRITING

 

RESUME WRITING

 

INFORMATION TRANSFORM

 

DIALOGUE BETWEEN / CONVERSATION BETWEEN

 

FACT FILE AND TOURIST LEAFLET

 

TREE DIAGRAM

 

REPORT WRITINGS

 

VIEW AND COUNTERVIEW

 

DO YOU AGREE / DISCUSS

 

EXPANSION OF IDEA

 

ESSAYS COMPOSITIONS

 

POPULAR PROVERBS

 

HSC English New Activity Sheet Format for 2020.

 

HSC English ACTIVITY SHEET 1 - As per New Syllabus 2020

 

Activity Sheet No. 2. Important for Board Exam 2020.

 

APPEAL WRITING FOR BOARD EXAM 2020.

 

Important Rapid Reading Section for Board Exam 2020.

 

Tourist Leaflet writing : HSC Important for Board Exam 2020.

 

Important Application Letter Writing for Board Exam 2020.

 

HSC Important Letter Writing for Board Exam.

 

VIEW AND COUNTER-VIEW IMPORTANT FOR BOARD EXAM 2020

 

Report / News Writing Important for board exam 2020.

 

HSC IMPORTANT SPEECH WRITING FOR BOARD EXAM.

 

Interview Questions for Board Exam 2020.

 

QUESTION FORMATION FOR INTERVIEW

 

ENGLISH HSC MOST EXPECTED SAMPLE PAPER WITH SOLUTION

 

Important Grammar for Board Exam 2020.

 

HSC POEM IMPORTANT FOR BOARD EXAM 2020

 

1.1 THE PERSON I AM LOOKING FOR _ HAZARA SINGH:

 

2.1 I RAN INTO A STRANGER:

 

3.1 Suburbs:

 

4.1 Old Women:

 

5.1 The Felling Of The Banyan Tree :

 

6.1 A Nation's Strength:

 

7.1 Peace Is A Woman And A Mother :

 

HSC PROSE IMPORTANT FOR BOARD EXAM 2020

 

WHERE HAVE ALL THE BIRDS GONE?

 

A TALE FOR MANY CITIES

 

A BOY WITH A MISSION

 

THE ANIMAL SCHOOL A FABLE

 

ENGLISH PAPER SOLUTION @ RS. 50

No comments:

Post a Comment

PDF FILE TO YOUR EMAIL IMMEDIATELY PURCHASE NOTES & PAPER SOLUTION. @ Rs. 50/- each (GST extra)

HINDI ENTIRE PAPER SOLUTION

MARATHI PAPER SOLUTION

SSC MATHS I PAPER SOLUTION

SSC MATHS II PAPER SOLUTION

SSC SCIENCE I PAPER SOLUTION

SSC SCIENCE II PAPER SOLUTION

SSC ENGLISH PAPER SOLUTION

SSC & HSC ENGLISH WRITING SKILL

HSC ACCOUNTS NOTES

HSC OCM NOTES

HSC ECONOMICS NOTES

HSC SECRETARIAL PRACTICE NOTES

Balbharati Solutions for Class 12

Biology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Book - Keeping and Accountancy 12th Stantard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Chemistry 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Economics HSC 12th Standard Maharashtra State Board

English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Geography 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Hindi - Yuvakbharati 12th Standard Maharashtra State Board

History 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Marathi - Yuvakbharati 12th Standard Maharashtra State Board

Mathematics and Statistics 1 (Arts and Science) 12th Standard Hsc Maharashtra State Board

Mathematics and Statistics 1 (Commerce) 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Mathematics and Statistics 2 (Arts and Science) 12th Standard Hsc Maharashtra State Board

Mathematics and Statistics 2 (Commerce) 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Organisation of Commerce and Management (OC) 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Physics 12th Standard Maharashtra State Board

Political Science 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Secretarial Practice 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

Sociology - Understanding Indian Society 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board

2019 Board Paper Solution

HSC ENGLISH SET A 2019 21st February, 2019

HSC ENGLISH SET B 2019 21st February, 2019

HSC ENGLISH SET C 2019 21st February, 2019

HSC ENGLISH SET D 2019 21st February, 2019

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE (S.P) 2019 25th February, 2019

HSC XII PHYSICS 2019 25th February, 2019

CHEMISTRY XII HSC SOLUTION 27th, February, 2019

OCM PAPER SOLUTION 2019 27th, February, 2019

HSC MATHS PAPER SOLUTION COMMERCE, 2nd March, 2019

HSC MATHS PAPER SOLUTION SCIENCE 2nd, March, 2019

SSC ENGLISH STD 10 5TH MARCH, 2019.

HSC XII ACCOUNTS 2019 6th March, 2019

HSC XII BIOLOGY 2019 6TH March, 2019

HSC XII ECONOMICS 9Th March 2019

SSC Maths I March 2019 Solution 10th Standard11th, March, 2019

SSC MATHS II MARCH 2019 SOLUTION 10TH STD.13th March, 2019

SSC SCIENCE I MARCH 2019 SOLUTION 10TH STD. 15th March, 2019.

SSC SCIENCE II MARCH 2019 SOLUTION 10TH STD. 18th March, 2019.

SSC SOCIAL SCIENCE I MARCH 2019 SOLUTION20th March, 2019

SSC SOCIAL SCIENCE II MARCH 2019 SOLUTION, 22nd March, 2019

XII CBSE - BOARD - MARCH - 2019 ENGLISH - QP + SOLUTIONS, 2nd March, 2019

HSC Maharashtra Board Papers 2020

(Std 12th English Medium)

HSC ECONOMICS MARCH 2020

HSC OCM MARCH 2020

HSC ACCOUNTS MARCH 2020

HSC S.P. MARCH 2020

HSC ENGLISH MARCH 2020

HSC HINDI MARCH 2020

HSC MARATHI MARCH 2020

HSC MATHS MARCH 2020

SSC Maharashtra Board Papers 2020

(Std 10th English Medium)

English MARCH 2020

HindI MARCH 2020

Hindi (Composite) MARCH 2020

Marathi MARCH 2020

Mathematics (Paper 1) MARCH 2020

Mathematics (Paper 2) MARCH 2020

Sanskrit MARCH 2020

Sanskrit (Composite) MARCH 2020

Science (Paper 1) MARCH 2020

Science (Paper 2)


BUY FROM PLAY STORE

DOWNLOAD OUR APP


HOW TO PURCHASE OUR NOTES?



S.P. Important Questions For Board Exam 2021


O.C.M. Important Questions for Board Exam. 2021


Economics Important Questions for Board Exam 2021


Chemistry Important Question Bank for board exam 2021


Physics – Section I- Important Question Bank for Maharashtra Board HSC Examination


Physics – Section II – Science- Important Question Bank for Maharashtra Board HSC 2020 Examination


MUST REMEMBER THINGS on the day of Exam


Are you prepared? for English Grammar in Board Exam.


Paper Presentation In Board Exam


How to Score Good Marks in SSC Board Exams


Tips To Score More Than 90% Marks In 12th Board Exam


How to write English exams?


How to prepare for board exam when less time is left


How to memorise what you learn for board exam


No. 1 Simple Hack, you can try out, in preparing for Board Exam

How to Study for CBSE Class 10 Board Exams Subject Wise Tips?

JEE Main 2020 Registration Process – Exam Pattern & Important Dates

NEET UG 2020 Registration Process Exam Pattern & Important Dates

How can One Prepare for two Competitive Exams at the same time?

8 Proven Tips to Handle Anxiety before Exams!