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(English) Common Errors In Sentence Part - 3

English : Common Errors In Sentence Part - 3


(English) Common Errors In Sentence Part - 2

English : Common Errors In Sentence Part - 2


(English) Common Errors In Sentence Part - 1

English : Common Errors In Sentence Part - 1


(Video) CBSE Class10th ICSE Quadratic Equations

Video : CBSE Class10th ICSE Quadratic Equations

About This Video : At this point, nearly all of the websites we build at The Bivings Group are either in Wordpress or Drupal. Sure, we build custom 
finding the value of k for which 2x^2+kx+3 =0 has equal roots.

 

(Paper) Physics CBSE Class XII Exam Paper 2005 Set-1

Code No.55/1/1

· Please check that this question paper contains 11 printed pages.

· Code number given on the right hand side of the question paper should be written on the title page of the answer-book by the candidate.

· Please check that this question paper contains 27 questions.

· Please write down the serial number of the question before attempting it.

PHYSICS (Theory)
Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 70

General Instructions :

(i) All questions are compulsory.

(ii) There is no overall choice. However, an internal choice has been provided in one

question of two marks, one question of three marks and one question of five marks.

(Paper) Science And Technology CBSE Class X Exam Paper 2005 Set-1

Code No.31/1/1

Candidates must write the code on the title page of the answer-book.

· Please check that this question paper contains 8 printed pages.

· Code number given on the right hand side of the question paper should be written on the title page of the answer-book by the candidate.

· Please check that this question paper contains 30questions.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (Theory)
Time allowed : 3 hours ] [ Maximum Marks : 75

General Instructions :

(i) The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections.

(Paper) Social Science CBSE Class X Exam Paper 2005

CBSE Examination – 2005
Class X    Sub.: Social Science

Q. 1.* Give three ways in which India's wealth was drained to Britain from 1757 to 1857. 2

Q. 2. Mention the significance of our heritage of the colonial period. 1+1=2

Q. 3. Which are the two major fibre crops of India? Name the major producing State of each crop.1+1=2

Q. 4. Write km main features of dryland farming. 2x1=2

Q. 5. Name any four national waterways of India. 4x1/2=2

(Scholarship Exam) NTSE-2009 National Talent Search Examination Notification

Exam Info : NTSE-2009 National Talent Search Examination Notification - Scholarship Exam

(Accountancy) Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th (Reconstitution of a Firm)

Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th (Reconstitution of a Firm)

Q.1. What do you mean by Goodwill? What are the different methods of calculating goodwill? Discuss every method with suitable examples. (CBSE 1982,85,87,88,89,98; All India 1986,1990)

Answer: Goodwill is a thing which is not so easy to describe but in general words good-name, reputation and wide business connection which helps the business to earn more profits than the profit could be earned by a newly started business. The monetary value of the advantage of earning more profits is known as goodwill. Goodwill is an attractive force, which brings in customers to old place of business. Goodwill is an intangible but valuable asset. In a profitable concern it is not a fictitious asset.

(Accountancy) Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th Partnership Accounts (Introduction and Special Aspects)

Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th Partnership Accounts (Introduction and Special Aspects)

Q.1. Define Partnership. Enumerate the essential elements of partnership. (Delhi 1987, 92, 93, 97)

Answer: In India, Partnership firm is governed by the Indian Partnership Act 1932. Section 4 of this act defines partnership as:

" The relationship between persons, who have agreed to share the profits of a business carried on by all or any one of them acting for all."

(Accountancy) Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th Partnership (Dissolution of a Firm)

Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th Partnership (Dissolution of a Firm)

Q.1. Distinguish between dissolution of a partnership and dissolution of a firm.

(CBSE 1991(Delhi) (C))

Answer: The dissolution of the partnership is not the dissolution of a partnership firm. Any type of change in the partnership agreement is called dissolution of partnership. A partnership may also be dissolved at the time of admission of a new partner into the firm or at the time of retirement or death of a partner. In this case a new partnership agreement is formed, this is why the old partnership comes to an end and a new partnership begins.

(Accountancy) Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th PARTNERSHIP (ADMISSION OF A PARTNER)

Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th PARTNERSHIP (ADMISSION OF A PARTNER)

Q.1. What is meant by admission of a Partner? What is the purpose of admission of a Partner?

Answer: Sometimes, it becomes difficult to run the partnership business due to lack of sufficient capital or managerial help or both. In this case a firm may decide to admit a new partner into the firm. But according to Indian Partnership Act 1932, no partner can be admitted into the firm without the consent of all the existing partners. A person who is admitted, as a partner into the firm does not thereby becomes liable for any act of the firm, done before his admission. A partner is admitted for any one or more of the following reasons:

(Accountancy) Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th Partnership (Retirement/Death of a Partner)

Accounts Theory : CBSE Class 12th Partnership (Retirement/Death of a Partner)

Q.1. What adjustments are required to be made at the time of retirement of a partner?

Answer: The following adjustments are made at the time of retirement of a partner:

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