LIBRARYKV ITBP, DEHRADUNINTRODUCTIONKV ITBP Library is an open

LIBRARY

KV ITBP, DEHRADUN

INTRODUCTION

KV ITBP Library is an open accessed Library. School Library is being   computerized. The School Library stands high up to the information needs of students and staff members of the Vidyalaya. With a collection of around 6978 thoughtfully selected books, 34 Periodicals and Educational Multimedia the library complement the teaching learning process inspiring the students to dream high. The library’s book capacity has nearly doubled in course of time. A combination of picture books, fiction, Encyclopedias, non-fiction, big books, Biographies, Sample Papers, Magazines, award-winning books and curriculum enrichment materials, makes the Library an inviting and productive learning environment. The library and its staff is dedicated to provide the best collection and service to children, educators and parents. Students come along with class during their library slot as well independently. Children are encouraged to start reading at an early age, and for primary students there are series of books including Noddy, the Enid Blyton series and many other interesting story books and comics appealing to young readers. These are for primarily for teachers and Higher Secondary Students. Newspapers and magazines containing current events are available on a separate stand for student and teacher reference. Computer systems are available in the library and children can book in advance a time slot of half an hour with the librarian. Main Services Provided by the Vidyalaya Library is:-

To Develop Reading habits in Students by giving them chance to read the books and magzines of their own choice in their Respective Library Period.

To Issue Books selected by Students and Teachers for home reading.

To assist the students to find a particular type of information contained in books or on internet.

To assist the students to prepare materials for their CCA and morning assembly.

 

 

STATISTICS REPORT OF LIBRARY BOOKS

Total Accessioned Books                                                                  6670

Total Write off                                                                                   1811

Total Available Books (in copies)                                                    4926

Total Titles                                                                                         3858

 

 

LANGUAGE-WISE  DISTRIBUTION  OF BOOKS

Total Books                                                                                        4926

Books in English                                                                                3030

Books in Hindi                                                                                   1811

Books in Sanskrit                                                                                   85

Books added this year                                                                        196

 

 

COLLECTION-WISE DISTRIBUTION  OF  BOOKS

 

Total Books                                                                                        4926

Reference Books                                                                                  524

Text Books                                                                                           765

General Books( In circulation)                                                         3737                                                                         

 

SUBJECT-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF BOOKS

Information Technology                                                                     112

Mathematics                                                                                       179

Social Studies                                                                                                  149

Science

General science                                                                                   180

Chemistry                                                                                            219

Physics                                                                                                 215

Biology                                                                                                 187

Botany                                                                                                    49

Zoology                                                                                                  50

English

Eng. Language and Grammer                                                              52

English Fiction                                                                                     960

English-Non Fiction                                                                             356

Hindi

Hindi language and Grammer                                                             47

Hindi Fiction                                                                                         879

Hindi Non Fiction                                                                                 249

Environmental Studies                                                                          98

 

 

 

Commerce

Economics                                                                                          181

Accounts                                                                                              82

Business Studies                                                                                 72

Education                                                                                           103

Child Psychology                                                                                  50

Misc.(Reference Sources+ rare Books)                                           524

                                                                                                                                                                                                             Total Books                       4926               _________

 

Month-Wise Library Books Issue Statistics from April 2012-

Month                                                                                    No. of Books  Issued

April                                                                                                    163

May                                                                                                      60

June                                                                                                      32

July                                                                                                      290

August                                                                                                246

September                                                                                         183

October                                                                                              46

November                                                                                          67

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Total                                                                            1087                              

 

JOURNALS/MAGZINES SUBSCRIBED IN THE LIBRARY

Total Journals/ Magazines                                                           34

Journals/ Magazines in English                                                   20

Journals/ Magazines in Hindi                                                      14

Weekly Journals/ Magazines                                                      03

Fortnightly Journals/ Magazines                                              03

Monthly Journals/ Magazines                                                    30

Quarterly Journals/ Magazines                                                  01

 

Journals/ Magzines in English                                               

  1. Biology Today                                                                                                                     
  2. Mathematics Today
  3. Chemistry Today
  4. Education Today
  5. Education Today Plus
  6. Competition Success Review
  7. Readers Digest
  8. Physics for You
  9. Electronics for You
  10. Science Reporter
  11. Junior Science Refresher
  12. Wisdom
  13. Tell me Why
  14. Pratiyogita Darpan
  15. Science Pyramid
  16. Discover
  17. Yojana
  18. India Today
  19. Outlook
  20. Champak

Journals/ Magzines in Hindi

  1. प्रतियोगिता दर्पण
  2. इंडिया टुडे
  3. आउटलुक
  4. निरोगधाम
  5. योजना
  6. कुरुक्षेत्र
  7. कादम्बिनी
  8. हंस
  9. चन्दामामा

10. चंपक

11. बालहंस

12. नन्हे सम्राट

13. सुमन सौरभ

14. नंदन

NEWSPAPERS IN LIBRARY

Total Newspapers                                     11

English Newspapers                                   07

Hindi Newspapers                                     04

                                                    

English Newspaper

  1. 1.  The Times of India
  2. 2.  Hindustan Times
  3. 3.  Indian Express
  4. 4.  Business Standard
  5. 5.  The Economics Times
  6. 6.  The Hindu
  7. 7.  Employment News

Hindi Newspapers

  1. अमर उजाला
  2. दैनिक जागरण
  3. हिन्दुस्तान
  4. 4.  राष्ट्रीय सहारा

 

E-Collection

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List of Write-off Books From 1991-2012
S. No Acc No Title Language Year of Write off
1 92 Ashok ki Hari patang Hindi 1991
2 102 Kajiranga ka Akhiri Dao Hindi 1991
3 110 Mere Shishu Geet Hindi 1991
4 111 jaise ko taisa Hindi 1991
5 115 Minnie aur uske bacche Hindi 1991
6 120 Marta kya na Karta Hindi 1991
7 127 Sonali ka Mitra Hindi 1991
8 131 Mai Hoon Anil Hindi 1991
9 133 Batooni Kachooa Hindi 1991
10 136 Mahagiri Hindi 1991
11 140 Nanhe Munhe Geet Hindi 1991
12 142 Panchtantra ki Kahaniya Hindi 1991
13 148 Alibab aur Chalis Chor Hindi 1991
14 157 Nanhi Jadoogarni Hindi 1991
15 165 Jadoo Ki Dibiya Hindi 1991
16 259 Vikaram Betal Part III ENG 1991
17 300 Trains ENG 1991
18 314 Lorik chanda Hindi 1991
19 317 Swarna Bhoomi ki Lok kathae Hindi 1991
20 321 Sunder lok Kathae Hindi 1991
21 322 Rhuf Chacha ka Gadha Hindi 1991
22 329 Amar Muskan Hindi 1991
23 344 Didi kahe kahani Hindi 1991
24 357 Kathiyavad ki lok kathae Hindi 1991
25 387 The Bungalow Mystery ENG 1991
26 489 Paraya Hindi 1991
27 529 Vala Hardval Hindi 1991
28 560 The Trustrd Claw ENG 1991
29 563 Featured Servant ENG 1991
30 589 Pashu Pakshiyo ki kahaniya Hindi 1991
31 624 Dashrath Hindi 1991
32 629 Jangal  Ki Kahaniyaa Hindi 1991
33 631 Jadooi Kadhiya Hindi 1991
34 641 Betal Pachisi Hindi 1991
35 662 Panch ka Inaam Hindi 1991
36 664 Dhoorta Sadhu aur kisan Hindi 1991
37 673 Khilone wala Hindi 1991
38 675 Dharmik Bodh Kathae Hindi 1991
39 676 Anmol Kahaniya Hindi 1991
40 686 Vasanti Pachooa ke Phike Hindi 1991
41 687 Daboo Ji Hindi 1991
42 693 Sher Khooti par tanga Hai Hindi 1991
43 704 Sukh Tumhe Pukare Hindi 1991
44 710 Santo Ki Vani Hindi 1991
45 714 Seekh Bado Ki Hindi 1991
46 726 Nanhe hath Khoj Mahan Hindi 1991
47 728 sadgeet Hindi 1991
48 731 Hariyana ki Bodh Kathae Hindi 1991
49 774 1990 General knowledge ENG 1991
50 775 G K Who’s Who 1990 ENG 1991
51 817 Elementary economic Theory ENG 1991
52 323 Neeti Kathae Hindi 1993
53 562 Danger ENG 1993
54 1402 Panchtantra ki Kahaniya Hindi 1993
55 1208 Chandranath Hindi 1994
56 1246 Mai sati Nahi banoogi Hindi 1994
57 1213 Vimal Mitra ki Shreshtha kahaniyaa Hindi 1994
58 1266 Guru gobind Singh Hindi 1994
59 1271 Geetanjali Hindi 1994
60 524 Chinta Mukta Kaiso ho Hindi 1994
61 1434 Yaha bande saste Milte hai Hindi 1994
62 1198 Dr. Homi jahangir Bhabha Hindi 1994
63 1261 Meera Bai Hindi 1994
64 1252 Adarsh Nariyaa Hindi 1994
65 1445 Indirayan Hindi 1994
66 1217 Ahankar Hindi 1994
67 1446 Birbal sahni Hindi 1994
68 605 Rang Basanti Hindi 1994
69 735 Ugate Sooraj ke Naam Hindi 1994
70 1245 Shahar se gaon ki aur Hindi 1994
71 1542 Danapani Hindi 2002
72 1622 Senior School Curicullum ENG 2002
73 1626 Senior School Curicullum ENG 2002
74 1625 Secondary School Curicullum ENG 2002
75 1292 Secondary School Curicullum ENG 2002
76 1955 Secondary School Curicullum ENG 2002
77 1956 Secondary School Curicullum ENG 2002
78 1958 Senior School Curicullum ENG 2002
79 1900 Sample Question papers ENG 2002
80 109 Motor car Hindi 2001
81 139 Meri Bagia Hindi 2001
82 146 rangeela bansiwala Hindi 2001
83 187 Panchtantra Sarpyukta Hindi 2001
84 125 Khargosh ki Chalaki Hindi 2001
85 191 Ramayana Hindi 2001
86 328 Akbar Hindi 2001
87 356 Sikkim Ki Lok Kathae Hindi 2001
88 494 Yureka se Aage Hindi 2001
89 510 Dakghar Hindi 2001
90 526 Patel ne Kaha Tha Hindi 2001
91 567 Parmanu Bhai ki Dunia Mei Hindi 2001
92 571 dadi Nani ki Mukhwali Kahaniya Hindi 2001
93 587 Sahi samajh Hindi 2001
94 598 Prerna ke Phool Hindi 2001
95 606 Apbhransh Hindi 2001
96 608 Samudri Jahaj ki Kahani Hindi 2001
97 615 Badnam Log Hindi 2001
98 621 Panch Parmeshwar Hindi 2001
99 635 Adla Badli Hindi 2001
100 636 Ek aur Kountay Hindi 2001
101 690 Nayi Lahar Hindi 2001
102 705 Chabhi wala Dhol Hindi 2001
103 801 Mera School Hindi 2001
104 803 Sahsi tara Hindi 2001
105 582 Dhai Akhar Prem ke Hindi 2001
106 900 Achha Kaun Hindi 2001
107 1190 Mahadevi Verma Hindi 2001
108 1244 Ajeet singh Hindi 2001
109 1254 Swami Vivekananda Hindi 2001
110 1431 Pathar par khinchi Lakeere Hindi 2001
111 1699 Science Annual paper ENG 2001
112 1700 Social Science Hindi 2001
113 190 Ramayan-Bhag-3 Hindi 2001
114 318 Dharti lal Gulabi Chehre Hindi 2001
115 351 Dakshini Dhruv ki Kahani Hindi 2001
116 802 Meri Maa Hindi 2001
117 1385 Lot Buddhu Ghar ko Aaye Hindi 2001
118 1577 Kamla Hindi 2001
119 295 125 Shreshtha Nibandh Hindi 2001
120 41 My Name is Anil ENG 2001
121 90 Chanchla ka Nirnay Hindi 2001
122 50 My Wall ENG 2001
123 93 Char Padosi Hindi 2001
124 94 Gubbaro se Udaan Hindi 2001
125 107 Mera Gabboo Hindi 2001
126 108 Bechara Ribbon Hindi 2001
127 112 Natkhat Bander Hindi 2001
128 114 Rang-Birange Geet Hindi 2001
129 117 Bomkka Hindi 2001
130 122 kanyaratna Hindi 2001
131 124 Damyanti Hindi 2001
132 104 Raju aur Akbar Hindi 2001
133 119 Mor Jangal ki Aur Hindi 2001
134 132 Vishwas ki Jeet Hindi 2001
135 149 Bone Farishte aur Jooto ke karigar Hindi 2001
136 153 Chatur billi Hindi 2001
137 156 Nanhi Suchitra Hindi 2001
138 159 Nanhi Ritu Hindi 2001
139 163 Maria aur Shikari Ladka Hindi 2001
140 310 Bihar ki Lok Kathae Hindi 2001
141 347 Chandamama aur Sitare Hindi 2001
142 374 Charitra Nirman ki Kahaniyaa Hindi 2001
143 339 Poorab ki Lok Kathae Hindi 2001
144 409 NDA Entrance Exam ENG 2001
145 583 Sadachar ki Kahaniya Hindi 2001
146 630 Indra Lok ki Rajkumari Hindi 2001
147 685 Sachhe ka hai Bolbala Hindi 2001
148 875 Teen Chehre ek Sawaal Hindi 2001
149 905 Amma Sabki Pyari Amma Hindi 2001
150 1253 Swamy Ramteerth Hindi 2001
151 1312 Science Model Sample Paper ENG 2001
152 1316 Hindi Prashanpatra Hindi 2001
153 1323 Pareeksha Hindi 2001
154 1332 Bachpan ki Yaad rahi kahaaniya Hindi 2001
155 1343 Isap ki Kahahniyaa Hindi 2001
156 1702 Mathematics Annual Paper ENG 2001
157 1704 Biology Question Ppaer ENG 2001
158 1364 Abhinav Kahiniyaa Hindi 2001
159 1397 Chidiya Ghar ki Sair Kare Hindi 2001
160 1383 Vigyan ke Manoranjak Khel Hindi 2001
161 85 Sixteen Forever ENG 2001
162 1705 Physics ENG 2001
163 1708 English ENG 2001
164 630 Shukra Lok me Rajkumari Hindi 2001
165 159 Nanhi Reetu Hindi 2001
166 119 Mor Jangal ki Aur Hindi 2001
167 87 Jangal ka Moh Hindi 2004
168 96 Samarjaya Hila Chutki Bhar Namak se Hindi 2004
169 100 Apoorva Sahas Hindi 2004
170 113 Beenu Bhalu Hindi 2004
171 118 Tehrava Kamra Hindi 2004
172 121 Hamare Padosi Hindi 2004
173 128 Samajh ka Pher Hindi 2004
174 160 Badsoorat Batakh Hindi 2004
175 130 Kati Patang Hindi 2004
176 143 Alladin aur jadooi Chirag Hindi 2004
177 154 Boodha Baba Gudia Wala Hindi 2004
178 158 Sindrella Hindi 2004
179 346 bandar ka Vivah Hindi 2004
180 514 Thakurani Bahu ka bazar Hindi 2004
181 528 Upwan Hindi 2004
182 618 Gyan Dharam ki Kahaniyaa Hindi 2004
183 634 Hamare Jyotirabindu Hindi 2004
184 667 Rajkumar abhay Hindi 2004
185 868 Rochak Lokkathae Hindi 2004
186 903 Char Bahre Hindi 2004
187 906 Aahuti Hindi 2004
188 1290 Mathematics Annual Paper ENG 2004
189 1311 Science ENG 2004
190 1331 Nyay ka Prabhav Hindi 2004
191 1366 Manmouji Mama Hindi 2004
192 1371 Antartika ki aur Hindi 2004
193 1894 abc Chemistry Hindi 2004
194 1985 manohar machali matsya Hindi 2004
195 1987 Sample ppaers Chemistry ENG 2004
196 2188 Sample papers Science ENG 2004
197 1123 Sample PapresMathematics ENG 2004
198 141 Kukughadi Hindi 2003
199 337 Vivekannada Chitravali Hindi 2003
200 444 Swasti-Dwityo Bhag Sanskrit 2003
201 364 Makrandi Hindi 2003
202 488 Durbhagya Chakra Hindi 2003
203 466 The Guiness Book of records ENG 2003
204 516 Sati Hindi 2003
205 521 Chandra Shekhar Azad Hindi 2003
206 602 Hatyare Hindi 2003
207 644 Touba-Touba Hindi 2003
208 645 Sachha Mitra Hindi 2003
209 656 Dil Ki Dukan Hindi 2003
210 799 Vichitra Grah Hindi 2003
211 761 Swasti-Dwityo Bhag Sanskrit 2003
212 846 Maharashtra ka Gaurav Hindi 2003
213 901 Janamdin ke Uphar Hindi 2003
214 1123 Mathematcs ENG 2003
215 1131 English Reader ENG 2003
216 1132 Read for pleasure ENG 2003
217 1242 Band kamre ki Aatma Hindi 2003
218 1259 Boxing Hindi 2003
219 1270 Rabindranath Thakur ki Chuni Huyi Kavitae aur geet Hindi 2003
220 1273 Majhli Didi Hindi 2003
221 1309 Mathematics Annual Paper ENG 2003
222 1436 Yuvak Yuvatiyo se Hindi 2003
223 1381 Rang-Birange Pakshi Hindi 2003
224 1623 Chemistry ENG 2003
225 1644 IIT Chemistry ENG 2003
226 1709 Hindi Q.P Hindi 2003
227 1759 Chemistry ENG 2003
228 1830 Practical Chemistry ENG 2003
229 1855 Mathematicsr ENG 2003
230 652 nacho Kudo HO HO Hindi 2003
231 1919 Biology ENG 2003
232 1948 Yearbook 1996 ENG 2003
233 1966 Jangreela hi aur Hindi 2003
234 1970 Letters from a Father ENG 2003
235 1989 J P H Sample Paper ENG 2003
236 1992 sample Paper maths ENG 2003
237 2187 sample paper English ENG 2003
238 2125 New Course Chemistry ENG 2003
239 2154 Modern abc Biology ENG 2003
240 97 Vichitra Grah Hindi 2004
241 295 Your Body ENG 2004
242 330 Singho ke jangal mein Hindi 2004
243 530 Sharir ki Dekhbhal Hindi 2004
244 590 Jutayo aur Sampati Hindi 2004
245 597 Manoranjak kahaniya Hindi 2004
246 593 Sanch ko aanch nahi Hindi 2004
247 659 Shambuk Ki hatya Hindi 2004
248 668 Sukhe Vraksh ki hari kahani Hindi 2004
249 692 Deshi man Videshi Dharti Hindi 2004
250 898 Anokha sathi Hindi 2004
251 907 Pratima haran Hindi 2004
252 1024 Our scientist ENG 2004
253 1052 vaigyaniko ka Bachpan Hindi 2004
254 1092 MERI KAHANI Hindi 2004
255 1221 Sainik Itihas Hindi 2004
256 1222 hamare parv aur Tyohar Hindi 2004
257 1240 Tatya tope Hindi 2004
258 1275 vardan Hindi 2004
259 1367 Vichitra Grah Hindi 2004
260 1384 Etihasik Gathae Hindi 2004
261 1399 Pouranik kahaniyaa Hindi 2004
262 1449 Ila Hindi 2004
263 1610 abc of Physics ENG 2004
264 1611 abc of Physics ENG 2004
265 1646 Biology ENG 2004
266 1684 Practical Chemistry ENG 2004
267 1761 Mandbuddhi Balak Hindi 2004
268 1824 Refresher Course in Chemistry ENG 2004
269 1884 Bachhan ka Geetmay Astitva Hindi 2004
270 1909 Uttarakhand ke Teerth aur mandir Hindi 2004
271 1910 Uttarakhand ke Teerth aur mandir Hindi 2004
272 2031 Nootan Physics ENG 2004
273 2213 Sample Paper ENG 2004
274 2190 Sample Paper ENG 2004
275 2210 Sample Paper ENG 2004
276 2214 Sample Paper ENG 2004
277 2217 Sample Paper ENG 2004
278 2269 Poorvajo ki Kathae Hindi 2004
279 2281 Romanchak kahaniya Hindi 2004
280 2289 Panchtantra Hindi 2004
281 2296 Panchtantra ki Amar kahaniya Hindi 2004
282 2312 Lokpriye Bal Kahaniya Hindi 2004
283 2317 Lokpriye Bal Kahaniya Hindi 2004
284 2322 Veerta ka Adarsh Hindi 2004
285 2335 Seva ke 100 karya Hindi 2004
286 35p Mathematics ENG 2004
287 27 Tales from Indian Classic ENG 2005
288 39 Singing Donkey ENG 2005
289 42 The Lions Court ENG 2005
290 48 Maman’s Adventures ENG 2005
291 56 Mini and her Kittens ENG 2005
292 62 The Seven Queens ENG 2005
293 72 Guru Nanak ENG 2005
294 105 Chota Sher Bada Sher Hindi 2005
295 116 Nanha Saras Hindi 2005
296 126 Kori kalpana Hindi 2005
297 196 Ramayana Hindi 2005
298 222 Aladin and His W.lamp ENG 2005
299 224 Gulliver ENG 2005
300 227 Alibaba and Forty Thieves ENG 2005
301 230 Thinking of Gred ENG 2005
302 250 A Wonderful Craw ENG 2005
303 260 Vikaram and Betal ENG 2005
304 262 Panchtantra ENG 2005
305 263 Panchtantra-2 ENG 2005
306 268 Throne of King Vikaramaditya ENG 2005
307 274 Ramayana ENG 2005
308 276 Ramayana ENG 2005
309 281 Ramayana-Part B ENG 2005
310 287 Jim amd The magician ENG 2005
311 319 Ek Din ka Mehman Hindi 2005
312 332 Amar Shaheed Bhagat Singh Hindi 2005
313 401 Mathematics ENG 2005
314 416 Mathematics ENG 2005
315 434 Mathematics ENG 2005
316 442 Mathematics ENG 2005
317 449 Science ENG 2005
318 450 Mathematics ENG 2005
319 491 Desh Ke Dushman Hindi 2005
320 592 Rajasthan Ki Lok Kridae Hindi 2005
321 755 Mathematics ENG 2005
322 771 Mathematics ENG 2005
323 772 Science ENG 2005
324 773 Exploring Environment ENG 2005
325 805 English Reader ENG 2005
326 812 Science ENG 2005
327 813 Science ENG 2005
328 609 Complex Hindi 2005
329 919 Who is Better ENG 2005
330 931 Jim amd The magician ENG 2005
331 932 Jim amd The magician ENG 2005
332 933 Panchtantra ENG 2005
333 1064 Science ENG 2005
334 1069 Lab Manual of Science ENG 2005
335 1098 Mathematics ENG 2005
336 1118 Mathematics ENG 2005
337 1133 Mathematics ENG 2005
338 1134 Mathematics ENG 2005
339 1228 Mathematics ENG 2005
340 1233 Mathematics ENG 2005
341 1250 Rani Avanti bai Hindi 2005
342 1251 Itihas Sakshi hai Hindi 2005
343 1283 Janamjay ka nagyagya Hindi 2005
344 1310 Question for Revision-Maths ENG 2005
345 1314 Gaylight English Model Test ENG 2005
346 1319 Radhika Sundri Hindi 2005
347 1457 Principles of Physics ENG 2005
348 1458 Modern abc of Physics ENG 2005
349 1480 Mathematics ENG 2005
350 1488 Chimte wala baba Hindi 2005
351 1492 Textbook of mathematics ENG 2005
352 1511 Thoughts on Education ENG 2005
353 1539 Aakhir Jo Bacha Hindi 2005
354 1567 Roothi Rani Hindi 2005
355 1617 Findamentals of mathematics ENG 2005
356 1637 Guided Reading ENG 2005
357 1647 Biology ENG 2005
358 1648 Biology ENG 2005
359 1649 Biology ENG 2005
360 1655 Chemistry ENG 2005
361 1755 Mathematics ENG 2005
362 1756 Inorganic Chemistry ENG 2005
363 1789 Thomas Alva Edison ENG 2005
364 1790 Wright Brothers ENG 2005
365 1817 Mathematics ENG 2005
366 1818 Mathematics ENG 2005
367 1846 Mathematics ENG 2005
368 1849 Mathematics ENG 2005
369 1856 Mathematics ENG 2005
370 1866 Question Bank in Mathematics ENG 2005
371 1878 Mathematics ENG 2005
372 1891 CBSE Sample Papers ENG 2005
373 1897 Supreme CBSE Sample Papers ENG 2005
374 1912 Comprehensive Physics ENG 2005
375 1957 Senior School curicullum ENG 2005
376 1972 Gandhi Ji Kahani Hindi 2005
377 1990 Sample Paper Twenty Five ENG 2005
378 1993 U-Like Sample Papers ENG 2005
379 1994 Rajiv sample Question Ppaers ENG 2005
380 1995 Rajiv sample Question Ppaers ENG 2005
381 2004 Sample Question Ppaers ENG 2005
382 2005 Sample Question Ppaers ENG 2005
383 2006 Sample Question papers ENG 2005
384 2167 Interact In English ENG 2005
385 2177 Assignment ENG 2005
386 2178 Assignment ENG 2005
387 2179 Assignment ENG 2005
388 2180 Assignment ENG 2005
389 2181 Assignment ENG 2005
390 2182 CBSE Sample Question papers ENG 2005
391 2183 CBSE Sample Question Papers ENG 2005
392 2184 CBSE Sample Question papers ENG 2005
393 2185 CBSE Sample Question papers ENG 2005
394 72p New Course Chemistry ENG 2005
395 2394 Question bank in physics ENG 2005
396 2395 Question bank in chemistry ENG 2005
397 2389 Chemistry ENG 2005
398 2385 Nootan Biology ENG 2005
399 2252 Mathematics-Part A &B ENG 2005
400 2075 Textbook of Biochemistry ENG 2005
401 2022 Comparative Mathematics ENG 2005
402 07p Mathematics ENG 2005
403 27 Tales from Indian Classic ENG 2006
404 39 Singing Donkey ENG 2006
405 42 The Lions Court ENG 2006
406 2013 Model test paper ENG 2006
407 2014 Model test paper ENG 2006
408 2015 Model test paper ENG 2006
409 2016 Model test paper ENG 2006
410 2017 Model test paper ENG 2006
411 2018 Model test paper ENG 2006
412 2108 New Course Mathematics ENG 2006
413 2193 Sample papers ENG 2006
414 2194 Sample papers ENG 2006
415 2195 Sample papers ENG 2006
416 2196 Sample papers ENG 2006
417 2197 Sample papers ENG 2006
418 2200 Sample papers ENG 2006
419 2202 Sample papers ENG 2006
420 2155 Comprehensive Physics ENG 2006
421 2294 Panchtantra Hindi 2006
422 2313 Lokpriye Bal Kahaniya Hindi 2006
423 40p Physics ENG 2006
424 45p Chemistry ENG 2006
425 2538 Science and Technology ENG 2006
426 2542 Mathematics ENG 2006
427 02p Chemistry ENG 2006
428 072p Chemistry ENG 2006
429 70p Chemistry ENG 2006
430 80p Mathematics ENG 2006
431 413 English Reader ENG 2006
432 419 Learn Science ENG 2006
433 420 Let’s Learn English ENG 2006
434 421 W/B English ENG 2006
435 422 Exploring Environment ENG 2006
436 423 Ham aur Hamara Desh ENG 2006
437 426 Exploring Environment ENG 2006
438 427 English Reader ENG 2006
439 428 W/b English reader ENG 2006
440 429 Read for pleasure ENG 2006
441 432 Let’s Learn English ENG 2006
442 433 W/B Let’s Learn English ENG 2006
443 438 W/B Let’s Learn English ENG 2006
444 445 Desh aur Unke Niwasi Hindi 2006
445 447 Hamara nagrik Jeevan Hindi 2006
446 448 Prachin Bharat Hindi 2006
447 451 Read for pleasure ENG 2006
448 452 W/B English reader ENG 2006
449 470 Mother Goose ENG 2006
450 519 Prakati aur hamara sharir Hindi 2006
451 1061 mathematics ENG 2006
452 1068 Lab Manual science ENG 2006
453 1107 Hamara Desh Bharat Hindi 2006
454 1112 Mathematics ENG 2006
455 1125 Prachin Bharat Hindi 2006
456 1137 Madhyakalin Bharat Hindi 2006
457 1142 Read for pleasure ENG 2006
458 1146 Aadhunik Bharat Hindi 2006
459 1154 Science ENG 2006
460 1155 Mathematics ENG 2006
461 1229 Mathematics ENG 2006
462 1230 Mathematics ENG 2006
463 1235 New Book Mathematics ENG 2006
464 1299 Science ENG 2006
465 1313 English model test paper ENG 2006
466 1496 Numerical problems in Physics ENG 2006
467 1618 List of Equipment in Science ENG 2006
468 1620 National Integerations Through School ENG 2006
469 1612 Modern abc of Physics ENG 2006
470 1666 Mathematics ENG 2006
471 1820 Mathematics ENG 2006
472 1908 Science ENG 2006
473 1957 S. School Curicullum ENG 2006
474 14 Golden Buddha ENG 2007
475 24 Stories from Panchtantra ENG 2007
476 31 Sujata and the wild elephant ENG 2007
477 32 The Rhino trail ENG 2007
478 36 My Garden ENG 2007
479 37 Hare and Other Elephant ENG 2007
480 41 Mahagiri ENG 2007
481 44 A Bowl of Water ENG 2007
482 49 The Rescue ENG 2007
483 53 Sonali’s Friend ENG 2007
484 54 The Monkey and the Wedge ENG 2007
485 57 The Lion and the rabbit ENG 2007
486 63 The Cuckoo and the Chitku ENG 2007
487 64 Fool’s paradise ENG 2007
488 66 What Shall I Be ENG 2007
489 70 The Choice ENG 2007
490 73 Ashok’s Kite ENG 2007
491 74 A Starnge Pilgrimage ENG 2007
492 75 The Buried Treasure ENG 2007
493 76 Four Brothers ENG 2007
494 77 The Care That Talked ENG 2007
495 82 The Stock nad Crab ENG 2007
496 83 Three Fish ENG 2007
497 84 The Hidden Pool ENG 2007
498 129 Lal Gaadi Hindi 2007
499 257 Vikaram and Betal ENG 2007
500 238 Little Red riding Hood ENG 2007
501 264 The Clever hare ENG 2007
502 266 The Far Sighted Swan ENG 2007
503 280 Ramayan ENG 2007
504 288 Jim and the Magician ENG 2007
505 367 Achoot mei bhi Ram Hai-Kahaniyaa Hindi 2007
506 369 Desh ka Uthaan-Mahilao ka Gyan Hindi 2007
507 380 Pravasi Krantikari Hindi 2007
508 382 Shree Krishna Hindi 2007
509 395 Uttar Pradesh ENG 2007
510 405 Where is My hump ENG 2007
511 410 Bal Bahrti Hindi 2007
512 411 W/B Bal Bharti Hindi 2007
513 415 Bharat aur sansar Hindi 2007
514 417 Swasti-Dwityo Bhag Sanskrit 2007
515 418 W/b Swasti Sanskrit 2007
516 424 Bal Bahrti Hindi 2007
517 425 W/B Bal Bharti Hindi 2007
518 430 Bal Bahrti Hindi 2007
519 431 W/B Bal Bharti Hindi 2007
520 443 Kishore Bharti Hindi 2007
521 453 English Reader ENG 2007
522 490 Bujhe sa Buddhimaan Hindi 2007
523 495 Aadmi Aage ese Badha Hindi 2007
524 499 Pehle Kaam tab Inaam Hindi 2007
525 498 Shree Uluk Puran Hindi 2007
526 501 Aap Kya kare Hindi 2007
527 508 Antim Teeranthakar Mahaveer Hindi 2007
528 509 Chandranath Hindi 2007
529 512 Ichhashakti kaise Badhae Hindi 2007
530 513 Abhagi ka Swarg Hindi 2007
531 515 Parinita Hindi 2007
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Q.1.Swami vivekananda’s family name was…

    Answer- Narendra Nath Datta

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.1)

Q.2.Who was the father of Vivekananda

    Answer-Vishwanath Dutta

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.1)

Q. 2.Vivekananda’s  father was proficient in which languages?

   Answer-English and Persian

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.1)

Q.3.Waht was the profession of  swami Vivekananda’s  Father?

Answer : Attorney –at –Law

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.1)

Q.4.Name of swami Vivekanada mother is

Answer- Bhuvaneswari  Devi

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekanada..Page:8)

Q.5.When was Swami Vivekanada born ?

Answer- 1863

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.1)

Q.6 . ”I prayed to shiva for a son and He has sent me one of His demons”  Who said this about  Vivekanada

Answer-Vivekanda’s Mother

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.3)

Q.7.Which Sanskrit grammar by hearted  almost whole at the age of seven by Swami Vivekanda

Answer-Mugdhabodha

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.4)

Q.8.At the age of seven Narendra  joined the Metropolitan Institution founded by whom?

Answer-Pandit  Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.4)

 

 

 

Q.9.In the year 1877 Narendranath and his Father visited in which place in Madhya Pradesh

Answer-Raipur

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.6)

Q.10.In which college Narendranath first studied ?

Answer- Presidency College ,Calcutta

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.6)

Q.11.When Narendra Nath Studied at Presidency college ,Culcutta Who was the Principal of that college

Answer-W.W.Hastie

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.7)

Q.12. Where was Swami Vivekanada born?

Answer-Calcutta

Q.13.During which festival was Swami Vivekanada born ?

Answer-Makar Sankranti

(Source: The life of Swami Vevekanada..Page:11)

Q.14.When split occurred in Brahmo Samaj  Narendranath Joined in which section ?

Answer-Sadharan Brahmo SAMAJ

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:56)

Q.15. Who was responsible for meeting of Swami Vivekanand with Ramakrishna Paramahamsa ?

Answer-Principal William Hastie

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.11)

Q.16 In Which year Narendra Nath father died ?

Answer-1884

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.16)

Q.17.In which year Sri Ramakrishna Died?

Answer-1886.

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.22)

Q.18. The first monastery of Ramakrishna order was started at which place?

   Answer-Baranagore

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.22)

 

Q. 19.While a wandering monk Swami Vivekanada met a great saint at Ghazipur.Who was the saint?

Answer-Saint pavhari Baba

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.24)

Q.20.In which year Swami Vivekanada started his historic wandering through India?

Answer-1891.

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.26

Q.21. Name of the Prince Swami Vivekanada met at Alwar?

  Answer-Prince Mangal Singh

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.26)

Q.22.Who requested to Maharaja to assume the name of Vivekanada ?

Answer-Maharaja of Khetri

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.32)

Q.22 Who gave  letters of introduction to Chairman of  the committee for  selection of delegates in the parliament of  religious for Swami Vivekananda ?

Answer- Professor  J.H.Wright

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:406)

Q.23. In which year Parliament of World’s Religions was held at Chicago?

 

  Answer-1893

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

Q.24. Where did Swami Vivekananda represented India as it delegate and in which meet?

Answer- Chicago, Parliament of Religions

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

Q.25. In which hall the first session of  the  Chicago parliament of religions was opened  ?

Answer-The great hall of Columbus

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

 

 

 

Q.26.Who were the delegates participated in  the first session of  the  Chicago parliament represented by Brahmo Samaj

Answer- Pratap Chandra Majumdar of Benagal and Nagarkar Of  Bombay

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

Q.27.Who was the representative from the Buddhists of Ceylon in the first session of  the  Chicago parliament of religions?

Answer-Dharmapala

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

Q.28. Who were the delegates participated in  the first session of  the  Chicago parliament represented by Theosophy from India

Answer. Chakrvarty and Mrs: Annie Besant

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

Q.29. Swami Vivekanada earned wild applause for beginning his address at the World Parliament of Religions with the famous words…

Answer-“Sisters and Brothers of America”

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.36)

Q.30 Which Association  in  New York invited Swami Vivekanada for series of lectures?

Answer-Brooklyn Ethical Association

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.42)

Q.31.Who was the great- grandfather of Swami Vivekanda?

Answer-Rammohan Datta

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:2)

Q.32.Who was the grant Father of Swami Vivekananda ?

Answer-Durgaprasad

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:2)

 

 

Q.33.In which Day Vivekananda Born

Answer-Monday

Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:11)

Q.34 In which Month  swami Vivekananda Born?

Answer-January

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:11)

Q.35 Swami Vivekananda Birth date is

Answer- January 12

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:11)

Q.36. What is the pet  name of Swami Vivekananda ?

Answer-Bileh

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:12)

Q.37 .Among the house servants  who was the special friend of Swami Vivekananda?

Answer-Coachman

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:14)

Q.38.What was the childhood ambition of Swami Vivekanada?

Answer- To become a syce  or groom

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:14)

Q.39.When Narendranath  was studying at Metropolitan Institution what disease  effected him?

Answer-Chronic dyspepsia

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:31)

Q.40.Mr.E.T .sturdy a disciple of Swami Vivekananda  from which country?

Answer-England

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:32)

Q.41.Narendranath and his friends joined  gymnasium  who managed gymnasium?

Answer- Navagopal  Mitra

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:35)

Q.42.Narendranath and his friends joined gymnasium in which place of culcutta the gymnasium located

Answer-Cornwallis Street

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:32)

 

Q.43. In which sports Swami Vivekananda won first prize and a silver butterfly

Answer-Boxing

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:35)

Q.44.Naren learned the old Indian game chess at which place

Answer-Raipur

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:42)

Q.45.Under the Beni Gupta(also known as  Beni Ostad) what Naren learned?

Answer-classical vocal and Instrumental Music

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:43)

Q.46.Narendranath joined presidency College in which year?

Answer- 1880

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:46)

Q.47. Narendranath passed his Bachelor of Arts examination from which Institution?

Answer- General Assembly ‘s Institution

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:46)

Q.48.Narendranath studied  at General Assembly ‘s Institution Who founded  this Institution ?

Answer- Scottish General Missionary Board

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:46)

Q.49. Narendranath studied  at General Assembly ‘s Institution now  this institution known as —-

Answer-Scottish Church College

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:46)

Q.50.Narendranath Passed his Bachelor of Arts examination in which year?

Answer-1884.

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:46)

Q.51.Narendranath met  for the first time Shri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa at whose house?

Answer-Surendranath Mitra of Simulia

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:47)

 

 

 

 

Q.52.Narendranath compiled a treatise on music in Benagli  what  is the title of the work

Answer-Sangita-Kalpataru

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:54)

Q.53 . Narendranath compiled a treatise on music  entitled Sangita-Kalpataru in Benagli who published this work?

Answer- Chandicharan Basak

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:54)

Q.54.In which year Narendranath’s  compilation   work  entitled Sangita-Kalpataru  published?

Answer-1887

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:54)

Q.55.After college education  Whose gymnasium Narendranath joined to practice wresting ?

Answer-Ambu Guha’s

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:55)

Q.56. In which year Narnedranath met Shri Ramakrishna for the first time?

Answer-1881.

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:60)

Q.57.Who founded famous KALI temple at Dakshineshwar

Answer-Rani Rasmani

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:64)

Q.58.Who were the leaders when Narendranath Joined in Sadharan Brahmo Samaj ?

Answer-Pandit Shivanath Shastri and Vijaykrishna Goswami

   (Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:56)

Q.57.”Have you seen God” Narendrnath asked this question to a prominent  Brahmo Leader Who was that leader ?

Answer-Maharshi Devendranath Tagore

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:83)

Q.58.Narendranath passed B.A examination with which division?

Answer-Second division

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:117)

 

 

Q.59.Narendranath changed his name twice-first to Vivekanada  and then to what name?

Answer-Sachchidananda

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:200)

Q.60 .As wandering monk Narendranath kept two books in his bundle ,wchich are these two books?

Answer-GITA and The  Imitation of Christ

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:212)

Q.61.As a  wandering monk  started from 1891 Swami Vivekananda  first visited in  which pilgrim centre in India

ANSWER-Varanasi

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:212)

Q.62. In a New York lecture Swami Vivekananda said  ” That is a lesson for life- -face the terrible, face it boldly. Like the monkeys , the hardships of life fall back when we cease to flee before them—“.

Vivekananda referred  the treble he had faced with monkeys while wandering a monk , at which place  treble happened ?

Answer-Varanasi

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:214)

Q.63.While a wandering monk at Varanasi Swami Vivekananda met a celebrated pandit  and Bengali writer and held a long conversation  Who was that  Bengali scholar?

Answer—- Bhudev  Mukhopadhyaya

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:214)

Q.64.While a wandering monk Swami Vivekananda visited Bangalore. At  Bangalore  he was taken  in as a guest by an eminent Malayalee  doctor  who was that malayalee Docter

Answer- Dr:Palpu

Q65. Name of the Kali temple visited by Swami Vivekananda  in Kerala ?

Answer-Kali Temple at  Kodungallor

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:326)

 

Q.66.  In December 1892 Swami Vivekananda met at Ernakulam a prominent social reformer  in Kerala Who was that person

Answer-Chattambi Swami

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:327)

 

 

Q.67. While Vivekananda travel from Bombay to poona  he  met one of  the prominent  freedom movement leader. Who was that leader?

Answer-Bal Gangadhar Tilak

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:306)

Q.68.Who was the Dewan of Mysore state when  swami Vivekananda  visited Mysore ?

Answer-K.Seshadri  Iyer

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:321)

Q.69.Swami Vivekananda met Maharaja  of Mysore ,Who was the Maharaja of Mysore ?

Answer-Chamarajendra Wadiyar

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:321

Q.70.Swami Vivekananda visited Travancore and met Maharaja of Travancore, Who was the Maharaja

Answer-Martanda Varma

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:332)

Q. How many days Swami Vibekananda Meditated on the rock of Kanyakumari?

Answer-Three Days

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:344)

Q.71. While his visit at Madurai he met Raja of Ramanad  and later Raja Became an admirer and disciple of Swami Vivekanadanda. Who  was that Raja?

Answer-Bhaskara Setupati

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:345)

Q.72.Swami Vivekananda  completion of pilgrim journey through  India  with visit of which place

Answer-Rameswaram

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:346)

 

Q.73.When Vivekananda visited Hyderabad  he met  Nawab of  Hyderabad   who was the Nawab ?

Answer-Nawab  Bahadur  sir  Khurshid Jah(sir  Khurshid Jah)

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:375)

 

 

 

 

Q.74.In Secunderabad  Swami Vivekananda deliver a lecture at Mahabood College what was the topic of the lecture?

Answer-My Mission to the West

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:377)

Q.75.In his lecture on “The powers of the Mind” delivered at Los Angeles in 1900

Swami Vivekananda   has mentioned about his experience with a yogi famous for his psychic powers at which Indian city swami met that Yogi?

Answer-Hyderabad

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:377)

Q.76-At which American city Swami Vivekananda delivered  a lecture on “The powers of the Mind” in 1900?

Answer- Los Angles

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:377)

Q.77.Under whose leadership  Swami Vivekananda’s devotees at Madras  raise subscriptions for his passage to America.

Answer-Alasinga Perumal

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:379)

Q.78.In  anticipation of his visit to America ,the Swami Vivekananda approached  the  leader of Theosophical society in Madras. Who was the leader of  Theosophical society in Madras?

Answer-Colonel  Olcott

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:382)

Q.79. One of the prominent Raja of Khetri   gave financial and other Assistant   to Swami Vivekananda for his Visit to America?

Answer- Raja Ajit Singh

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:384

Q.80 Who were the Two prominent  persons were see off Swami Vivekananda   at Bombay

Answer- Alasinga Perumal and  Jagmohan

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:390)

Q.81.What  was the Japan –bound ship name travelled by swami Vivekananda from Bombay to Japan ?

Answer –Penisular

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:390)

 

Q.82. In which year Vivekananda started his voyage from Bombay to America?

Answer-1893

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:391)

Q83. Which was the first country visited by Swami Vivekananda while his voyage from Bombay to America in 1893?

Answer-Ceylon

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:393)

Q84. Swami Vivekananda visited a Chinese monastery in Hong Kong  while his travel from Bombay to Japan in 1893 In which place Chinese monastery located in Hong Kong?

Answer-Canton

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:393)

Q.85.Swami Vivekananda delivered his first public lecture in the Western world at the little village in New England what was the name of that Village?

Answer-Annisquam

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:406)

Q.86.Swami Vivekananda addressed American social science Association at New York on September 4th 1893 what were the two known topic in these address?

Answer-The Mohammedan Rule in India  and  The Use of Silver in India

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:410)

Q.87.In which connection the parliament of religions held in the city of Chicago in 1893?

Q. World’s Columbian Exposition

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:413)

Q.88.What was the topic delivered by Swami Vivekananda  at the first lecture at the Third Unitarian Church in Chicago?.

Answer-The love of God

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:425)

 

Q.89.What was the topic of subject delivered  by Swami Vivekananda at special session in conjunction with parliament of religion  organized by Mrs. Potter Palmer president of women’s Branch ?

Answer-Women in Oriental Religion

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:425)

 

Q.90.Who arranged lecture tour in America for Swami Vivekananda ?

Answer-Slayton Lyceum Lecture Bureau

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:442)

What society established by Swami Vivekananda in New York ?

Answer- Vedanta Society

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda..Page:476)

92.Swami Vivekananda Delivered lecture  on Raja-Yoga and Jnana –Yoga in which American city ?

Answer- New York

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:5)

93.One of the disciple of Swami Vivekananda Miss :Laura Glenn  at New York  later known in which name?

Answer-Sister Devamata

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:9)

94.At New York Swami Vivekananda initiated  two of his disciple as “Sannyasa’’ who were these disciple

Answer-Madam Marie Louise and Leon Landsberg

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:13)

95.Dr.Street  a disciple of Swami Vivekananda ,who was later  take the vows of Sannyasa from the Swami  and be known as ———–?

Answer- Yogananda

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:13)

96. In which year Swami Vivekananda established Vedanta Society in New York?

Answer-1894.

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:16)

Q.97.In which place in New York Swami Vivekananda conducted his great work of training and initiating disciples

Answer-Thousand Island Park

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:40)

Q.98. The Swami’s  first known invitation to visit England had come to him from Whom?

Answer-Miss.F.Henrietta Muller

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:41)

 

 

Q.99.Swami Vivekananda helped  Mr:E.T.Sturdy  to study Sanskrit and to translate one famous Sutra in to English and write a commentary on them .What was that famous Sutra?

Answer-Narada-Bhakti Sutra

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:44)

Q.100.Swami Vivekananda teaching work in England began with his London lecture in 1895  at Prince’s Hall  in Piccadilly .What was the topic?

Answer-Self-Knowledege

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda Vol.2..Page:45-47)

Q.101.What was the original name of sister Nivedita

Answer- Miss Margaret Noble

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:49)

Q.102. Who noted all speeches of Swami Vivekananda in shorthand ?

Answer- Josiah J .Goodwin

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:59)Q

Q.103.Swami Vivekananda closed his public lectures at Madison Square Garden in New York on

          February 23,1896 with inspired lecture which has become famous masterpiece of eloquence  what was the topic of  lecture?

Answer-MY Master

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:70)

Q.104.What was the subject of Swami Vivekananda’s third and last public lecture  in Detroit on March 15th 1896.

Answer-India’s Message to the World

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:75)

Q.105.On invitation from the Graduate philosophical club of Hardvard University  Swami Vivekananda delivered a lecture before the club on March 25th 1896 What was the  topic ?

Answer-The Vedanta philosophy

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:75)

Q.106. In his second visit in England in 1896 Swami Vivekananda met his Brother-disciple form Calcutta .who was that  Brother-disciple?

Answer-Swami Saradananda

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:94)

 

Q.107. In his stay in London in 1896 Swami Vivekananda met celebrated  orientalist and Oxford university professor .who was the person?

Answer-Professor Max Muller

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:102)

Q.108. While his tour in Switzerland Swami I Vivekananda received an invitation for a meeting            From a renoued  German Orientalist and Professor at the University of Kiel. Who was that scholar?

         Answer-Professor Paul Deussen

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:121)

Q.109.As per the Swami Vivekananda’s  direction the first issue of prabuddha Bharata from Almora  office   was published in which year?

Answer-1898.

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:351)

Q.110.In which place of Almora Swami  Vivekananda founded Advaita Ashrama ?

Answer-Mayavati

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:431)

Q.111.In which year Swami Vivekananda  established  Ramakrishna Mission ?

Answer-1897

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:246)

Q.112. At whose house meeting  in the presence of  und Swami Vivekananda  resolved to formation of Ramakrishna Mission Association later Known as Ramakrishna Mission?

Answer-Balarambabu

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:246)

Q.113. In which year Swami Vivekananda established Advaita Ashrama at Mayavati in ALmora          ?

Answer-1899

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:432)

Q.114.Where is the Ramakrishna Mission and Ramakrishna Math Head Quarters located?

Answer-Belur

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.66)

Q.115.In which year Belur Math started?

Answer-1899

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.66)

 

Q.116.Swami Vivekananda deputed  whom to New York  to manage his work in his absence

Answer-Swami Saradananda

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.50)

Q.117. Swami Vivekananda deputed  whom to London to manage his work in his absence ?

Answer-Swami Abhedananda

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.50)

Q.118.Swami Vivekananda assigned to whom for task to propagate Vedanat in South India and opening a centre at Madras?

Answer-Swami Ramakrishnananda

(Source: A short life of swami Vivekananda,Page.59)

Q.119..In which year Swami Vivekananda started his second Voyage to West?

Answer-1899

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q.120.Wh were accompanied Swami Vivekananda for his second visit to west?

Answer-Swami Turiyananda and Sster Nivedita

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q.121.Swami Vivekananda wrote travelogue about his second voyage to west in a series of articles Under which title?

Answer-Parivrajaka

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q.122. In which Bengali journal of Ramakrishna order Swami Vivekananda’s travelogue about his second voyage to west  published ?

Answer-Udbodhan

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q.123.What is the English title of Swami Vivekananda’s  travelogue  about his  second voyage to west?

Answer-Memories of European Travel

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q.124 Swami Vivekananda started his Second voyage to west from which port?

Answer-Calcutta

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q.125.Swami Vivekananda boarded in which ship  at  Calcutta  port for his second voyage to west

Answer-S.S Golconda

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:458)

Q..126. Who is the author of book “The Master As I saw Him”

Answer-Sister Nivedita

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:465)

Q.127. In which year swami Vivekananda founded a formal Vedanta Society in SanFrancisco?

Answer-on April 14 ,1900

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:531

Q.128.With the blessing of Swami Vivekananda Swami Turiyananda  established Shanti Ashrama in which American city?

Answer-California

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:534)

Q.129.Swami Vivekananda attended the Congress of the History of Religion  which was held from September 3 through 8  in which European city the congress held

Answer-Paris

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:538

Q.130. In his visit in Paris Swami Vivekananda met one of the eminent  Indian scientist Who was the scientist

ANSWER-Jagadesh Chandra BOSE

(Source: The life of Swami Vivekananda ,Vol.2..Page:538)

Q.131 When did Swami Vivekananda take Mahasamadhi ?

      Answer-4 July 1902

Q.132.India observing  birth Day of Swami Vivekananda as ?

Answer- National Youth Day

Q.133.In which day India observing   National Youth Day

Answer-January 12

Q134.In which year Government of India  to decided to observe the birthday of Swami Vivekananda as the National Youth Day .

Answer-1984

 

Q.135 National Youth Day started observing since ..

Answer-1985

Q136..Ramakrishna movement also known as ———

Answer-Vendanta Movement

 

 

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LIBRARY CHARTEREvery Kendriya Vidyalaya will have a library.

LIBRARY CHARTER
Every Kendriya Vidyalaya will have a library. The objectives of the library is to:
y Be the knowledge hub of the school and disseminate knowledge as widely as
possible.
y Facilitate creation of new knowledge.
y Facilitate optimal use of knowledge by all staff and students.
y Ensure easy access to the facilities available to all staff and students.
y Encourage and foster reading habit among staff and students.
y Effectively participate in the teaching-learning programmes of the school.
In order to achieve these objectives the library will undertake to:-
y Serve as the center of information for the Vidyalaya and provide easy access
to national and global knowledge to all staff and students.
y Offer an inviting and attractive physical space with proper seating
arrangements and other amenities.
y Ensure that staff and students are treated with courtesy and offered all
assistance in their pursuit of knowledge.
y Offer proactive services to all users.
y Optimize its potential to provide access to information and knowledge to all
by proper display, categorizationjclassification of resource materials.
y Help all the users to develop the skills to make optimum use of all the
facilities.
y Undertake activities to foster an interest in books and increase involvement in
the library.
y Improve the collection and services on a continuing basis in consultation with
usersjstakeholders.
y Workout a progamme in consultation with teachers for the effective use of all
types of library materials.
y To work effectively and efficiently by undertaking every activity in a
professional manner.
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General guidelines for the librarv
1. The library must maintain a well-rounded core collection including reference
materials to satisfy the regular needs of the staff and students. The core
collection would consist of several copies of textbooks, reference materials
related to each subject, costly essential books which would include
encyclopedias, maps, atlas, rare books on particular topics/subjects or
exclusive editions of general books.
2. Besides the core collection other general(fiction and nonfiction) books for
regular issue should be available in the library.
3. The core collection may be supplemented through networks, e-resources etc
to provide better qualitative and quantitative services.
4. Library collections are dynamic resources and therefore, there should be
constant review and renewal of material to ensure that the collections are
relevant to the users/stakeholders.
5. Weeding out of books should be a regular feature and should be carried out
with the approval of the competent authority, at least once in a year
6. Categorizing/classifying and indexing of books should be invariably done
keeping in mind the objective of the library.
7. The library should follow open access system.
Size of librarv collection.
1. The core collection of the library should take into account the size of the
Vidyalaya and subjects offered besides covering project based activities,
career guidance, counseling etc.
2. Books should be available in both English and Hindi.
3. Besides the core collection, other general books put together should be at the
rate of 5 books per student subject to a minimum of 1500 books for newly
opened schools. This collection should be well thought out. Low cost and age
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relevant editions of classics and fictions should be preferred for the general
section of the school library.
4. Book purchase should be a continuous process and some percentage of the
total Vidyalaya budget should be earmarked for collection development on a
recurring basis. Out of this budget, 50% should compulsorily be earmarked
for elementary classes (i.e. up to class VIII)
5. To encourage more teacher participation in the library, a teacher may be
allowed to submit name / list of book(s) intended to be purchased (which are
not available in the library) amounting to Rs.500/- to the Library Committee.
After approval of the Library Committee, the teacher may be allowed to
purchase the intended book(s). The cost of the book / books should be
reimbursed to the teacher after the books are deposited in the library along
with the bill. However, this kind of purchase would be limited to only a
certain amount that would be decided by the Library Committee.
6. During annual stock taking, weeding out of collection should also be carried
out.
7. For newly opened Vidyalayas a one-time budget would be provided for
setting up the basic collection.
8. Besides books, libraries should subscribe to useful magazines, periodicals and
journals.
Services to be provided by the librarv.
1. Issue of books for home use – Each student would be issued two books at a
time for a period of one week. Staff members, including Principal, would be
issued maximum five books at a time for a maximum period of one fortnight.
Failure to return books on time would compulsorily lead to penalty of Re.l
per day for all (students & staff).
2. A recall system for overdue books should be introduced. This could be
achieved by sending an overdue note to the concerned student through the
Class Teacher. In case of staff the note can be sent through the school office.
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3. Reissue of books by a user may be allowed maximum twice more after first
issue.
4. Newly purchased books should not be issued to any user for at least one
month but should be displayed separately as new arrivals.
5. Issue of subject reference books – Only subject reference books from
reference section would be issued for home use on those days when the
successive day is a holiday. The book will have to be returned on the next
working day. Dictionaries, Encyclopedias etc would not be issued.
6. One set of textbooks may be issued to teachers for the subject being taught
by them for the whole session.
7. In case a user loses a book he/she would have to either replace the book or
deposit three times the price of the book in the library.
8. Each user would be provided with library cards for issue of books.
9. Magazines and periodicals may also be issued for a week only. However, it
must be ensured that at least two previous issues are available in the library.
A separate register should be maintained for this purpose.
10. Reading facilities in the Library – There should be comfortable seating
arrangement with proper lighting in the library. The library would be open on
all working days and the entire duration of school hours.
11. Each section will have two library periods per week. Classes VI to XII will go
to the library during this period. For primary classes the teacher supervising
the library period will give books from class library to the students. One
teacher, who would help in maintaining discipline in the library as well as
assist the librarian, will accompany the students of class VI & above to the
library. However, the arrangement for library class may differ from school to
school depending on the numberof sections per class. In very large schools
one period of class library can be introduced. Notwithstanding this the
number of library periods would be two per section out of which one period
will be in the library. The class library period can be utilized for other library
related activity also for which the class teacher would be in-charge.
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12. The librarian should also identify two students in each section who would
assist in library activities.
13. Librarian should facilitate in the use of the library by acting as intermediary
between the users and the collection.
14. Computer and Internet access – The library should have a computer, which
would be used for storing information of the collection, record of books
issued, digitalized books and provide internet access.
OrQanization of the Library
1. A proper system of cataloging and classification of the collection should be
done to provide easy access and also to keep account of the books. Dewey
Decimal Classification (DOe) system should be used for this purpose.
2. Computerization of the library should be carried out.
3. Books should be arranged in lockable shelves but open access system should
be followed.
4. The library’ should subscribe at least 10 periodicals/journals/magazines.
These should be attractively displayed on magazine racks. Newspapers
should be displayed on stands. Old periodical/magazines/newspapers should
be arranged date wise and preserved for at least 6 months.
5. The display boards in the library should show the jacket covers of latest
books, interesting information on various topics, besides writings of students
and teachers.
6. The library should also carry out a number of activities like:-
i. Display of latest books, magazines & periodicals.
11. Book reviews
iii. Organization of book fairs (at school or cluster level by involving other
nearby schools).
iv. Career guidance and counseling corner.
v. Themes for the week and display of related material.
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vi. Compilation of material from newspapers/magazines etc for various
topics like environment, science and technology etc.
vii. Organization of Book Quiz.
viii. Prizes to students who have borrowed the maximum number of books.
ix. Establishing of book clubs.
7. The library should invariably display the following information:
I. Total no. of books
ii. No. of text books
iii. No. of Reference books.
iv. No. of general( fiction and non fiction) books
v. Subject wise list of books
vi. Class wise list of fiction and non-fiction available in the library.
vii. No. of periodicals/magazines available along with their names and
periodicity.
ManaQement of Librarv
1. The librarian will manage the library and the duties of the librarian will include all
that has been stated in the previous sections.
2. There shall be a library committee, headed by the Principal and at least 03
teacher members who have a genuine love for books. The teachers should be
one each from Primary, Secondary and Sr. Secondary classes. The committee
would also include two students to be selected by the Principal from Classes VII
to XII. The Librarian would be the Member-Secretary of the Committee. The
Committee will select books for the library keeping in view the natural interests
and needs of the children, their age group and intelligence. There should also be
continuous renewal of books for which meetings should be held on half yearly
basis. The Library Committee can invite other teachers/students to the meetings
for their advice/suggestion. This committee shall meet as often as possible but
at least once in a month.
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3. Besides recommending books for the library the Library Committee will also
recommend suitable budgetary provision for the library; develop a general
programme of library service to suit the interest and requirement of different
sections of users; review library rules and formulate new rules for the library;
make recommendations for proper functioning of the library.
4. All teachers and students can recommend books for the library for which a
suggestion box should be kept in the library. Suggestions received through this
box shall be placed for consideration of Library Committee.
5. Besides books for children, the Committee will also select books for teachers on
various subjects apart from Academics.
6. For Primary classes (1 to V), class library will be set up. These libraries will be
under the charge of class teachers. The class teacher will get books from the
main library, which will be in accordance with the standard and interest of the
age group of the children of the class concerned. They should be attractively
displayed in lockable shelves and kept in the class. The teacher will issue books
to the children during library period. After these books have been read, another
set would be issued from the main library.
7. The Primary teacher would maintain a register regarding issue of books to the
students so that hejshe can keep track of the books read and students are not
given books they have already read.
8. The selection of books for the class libraries will also be done by a committee
comprising of H.M, librarian, class teacher, two other teachers and two students
who will be nominated by the Principal.
9. The class teacher will ensure that every pupil in the class maintains a notebook
in which the name of the book read, its author and a brief account of the content
is recorded.
10. Non-compliance of the instructions given above will be considered to be a
dereliction of duty for which suitable action may be initiated against the
concerned PrincipaIjLibrarianjTeacherjH.M.
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MonitorinQ and Evaluation of collection and Services.
Statistics should be maintained on the following so that they can be used for monitoring
and evaluation.
1. No. of users.
2. No and percentage of collection issued on any given day.
3. Number of books issued during a stated period.
4. Average books issued per user per unit time.
5. Number of recommendations received for purchase of books per year.
6. Class wise list of activities conducted in a year along with number of participants.
7. Number of new books added per year.
8. Number of old books weeded out

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4842 CBSE 12 years CBSE All India Pre-Medical Solutions Meerut Arihant Publisher 610 AIPMT
4843 Jain, sanjeev [et al ] Chapterwise and sectionwise previous year questions of NDA/NA with explanatory solutions Meerut Arihant Publisher 1 CHA
4844   Xam idea Physics-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 530 XAM
4845   Xam idea Physics-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 530 XAM
4846   Xam idea Business Studies-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 658 XAM
4847   Xam idea Business Studies-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 658 XAM
4848   Xam idea Economics-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 330 XAM
4849   Xam idea Economics-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 330 XAM
4850 Agrawal, Subhash Together with Economics-XII New Delhi Rachna Sagar 330 AGR
4851   Xam idea Accountancy-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 657 XAM
4852   Xam idea Accountancy-XII New Delhi V K Publishers 657 XAM
4853   Xam idea Biology New Delhi V K Publishers 571 XAM
4854   Xam idea Biology New Delhi V K Publishers 571 XAM
4855   Xam idea Chemistry New Delhi V K Publishers 540 XAM
4856   Xam idea Chemistry New Delhi V K Publishers 540 XAM
4857 Tiwari, S K CBSE Sample Paper and Practice Paper Accountancy-XII New Delhi Rohit Publication 657 TIW
4858 CBSE Sample and Practice Paper- Business studies-XII New Delhi Rohit Publication 658 SAM
4859 CBSE Sample and Practice Paper- Business studies-XII New Delhi Rohit Publication 658 SAM
4860 CBSE Sample Paper and Practice Paper Economics-XII New Delhi Rohit Publication 330 SAM
4861 CBSE Sample Paper and Practice Paper Economics-XII New Delhi Rohit Publication 330 SAM
4862 Arora, B B Modern abc of Biology Part-I New Delhi Modern Publication 571 ARO
4863 Arora, B B Modern abc of Biology-XII Part-II New Delhi Modern Publication 571 ARO
4864 Arora, B B Modern abc of Biology Part-I New Delhi Modern Publication 571 ARO
4865 Arora, B B Modern abc of Biology-XII Part-II New Delhi Modern Publication 571 ARO
4866 Gupta, satish k Modern abc of Physics-XII Part-I New Delhi Modern Publication 530 GUP
4867 Gupta, satish k Modern abc of Physics-XII Part-II New Delhi Modern Publication 530 GUP
4868 Gupta, satish k Modern abc of Physics-XII Part-I New Delhi Modern Publication 530 GUP
4869 Gupta, satish k Modern abc of Physics-XII Part-II New Delhi Modern Publication 530 GUP
4870 Jauhar, S P Modern abc of Chemistry-XII-Part-I New Delhi Modern Publication 540 JAU
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