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Google – Code To Learn Competition

Google – Code To Learn Competition

Dear Students,

Google has organised a Code to Learn Contest in India for building a stronger foundation in Computer Science in India.

Students who are interested in participating have to fill this Google Form latest by 20th July 2018 end of the day.

Some guidelines for the competition are – 

  • Maximum of 30 students can participate from school (first come first basis).
  • Students create a project using Scratch or App Inventor – fun and cool tools created by MIT.
  • The students will compete in two class groups:

    • Classes 7 & 8

    • Classes 9 & 10

  • Students have to submit the project to Krishna Soni and due date is 30th August 2018 end of the day.

    Prizes –

  • The 15 winners from all over India (upto 5 from each class group) will get a certificate of achievement and a Chromebook laptop or an equivalent gift.

  • All the finalists will get a certificate of achievement.

         Judging criteria – 

  • Originality – a unique and novel idea of the project.

  • Application of Computer Science concepts – number of different concepts applied and their relevance to the project idea. Standard concepts include Variables, Looping, Conditional execution, Input and Output.

  • Complexity of the project – as measured using standard techniques for analysis of algorithms.

  • Adherence to the Contest Requirements and Rules.

Video Link for your reference – http://

G-10 – CS – CURRICULUM AND PAPER STYLE FOR MOCK EXAMINATION

G-10 – CS – CURRICULUM AND PAPER STYLE FOR MOCK EXAMINATION

Dear Parents and Students,

Curriculum and Paper Style for Mock Examination is as under:

Paper No. : Paper-1
Paper Type : Theory
Marks : 75 Marks
Exam Duration : 1 hr 45 minutes
Weightage : 60%

Units Covered:
1 – Binary Systems and Hexadecimal
2 – Communication and Internet Technologies
3 – Logic Gates and Logic Circuits
4 – Operating Systems and Computer architecture
5 – Input and Output Devices
6 – Memory and Data Storage
7 – High and Low – Level Languages
8 – Security and Ethics


Paper No. : Paper-2
Paper Type : Problem Solving and Programming
Marks : 50 Marks
Exam Duration : 1 hr 45 minutes
Weightage : 40%

Units Covered:
9 – Problem-Solving and Design
10 – Pseudocode and Flowcharts
11 – Programming Concepts
12 – Data Structures : arrays and using pre-release material
13 – Databases

Thanks & regards,
Krishna Soni

DD Design Journal HomeWork

DD Design Journal HomeWork

Dear Learners,

Complete the following Debug-It Challenges and paste the Screenshots of completed challenges in your Design Journal which is shared through Google Classroom.

Also, keep updating your Design Journal after each session. The Design Journal is your Formative Assessment.

Links of Debug-It Challenges are:

  1. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10437040
  2. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10437249
  3. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10437366
  4. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10437439
  5. http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10437476

Note : The screenshot must contain your Username visible on the top.

G-10 – CS – CURRICULUM AND PAPER STYLE

G-10 – CS – CURRICULUM AND PAPER STYLE

Dear Parents and Students,

Curriculum and Paper Style for Term-1 Examination is as under:

Paper No. : Paper-1
Paper Type : Theory
Marks : 75 Marks
Exam Duration : 1 hr 45 minutes
Weightage : 50%

Units Covered:
1 – Binary Systems and Hexadecimal
2 – Communication and Internet Technologies
3 – Logic Gates and Logic Circuits
4 – Operating Systems and Computer architecture
5 – Input and Output Devices
6 – Memory and Data Storage
7 – High and Low – Level Languages
8 – Security and Ethics


Paper No. : Paper-2
Paper Type : Practical Problem Solving and Programming
Marks : 40 Marks
Exam Duration : 75 minutes
Weightage : 50%

Units Covered:
9 – Problem-Solving and Design
10 – Pseudocode and Flowcharts
13 – Databases

 

Thanks & regards,
Krishna Soni &
Bhagyashree Soni