MH, Std-10, Guidance Lecture, Sanskrit Entire

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Namo Namah Students,

Hello, I am Ruchita and today I am here to take you through a guidance lecture in sanskrit entire. With the exams round the corner we all are looking for some kind support and here I am with the few steps for you which will help you succeed in the examination. So what we are going to talk of is basically the key to success and the steps to success in the examination. First and foremost Please remember students that the key to success these are not my lines but what “Bill Cosby” says is the key to success is in order to succeed your desire for success has to be greater than your fear of failure this simply mean that if your desire to get 80 out of 80, 100 out of 100 in sanskrit entire is so very high that it over rides that small bit of will I be able to do it than you are surely going to succeed so your desire for success has to be very-very high. Now in order to succeed we need to do something so what does that we need to do we need to understand that we are only 4 steps away from success. Success such a big thing and only 4 steps away well my dear students, yes there are only 4 steps to succeed in an examination what are they here they are first and foremost you need to have the proper knowledge of the content that are going to study, second you need to understand the paper pattern which means you need to know how to integrate all this knowledge that you have in the form of those questions that are going to come in the examination, third, the next step is very-very important is the time management all of us are short of time all the time and hence its very necessary to manage this time effectively so as to put your knowledge in the right form for the paper in the examination and last but not the least in fact very-very important is the paper presentation having taken these 4 steps nothing falling short of success so that’s what you going to have you going to have success and you are going to come up with flying colour. So make sure that you follow these steps very-very carefully let us look at the first one, we are looking at the first point the first step to success is knowledge when you have taken sanskrit we all have taken it to score and sometimes we see a we don’t know that we are not really scoring why because we have not really understood what we need to do so let us see when we are looking at sanskrit entire all of us will remember that we have a written paper of 80 marks and a 20 marks oral which totals to 100 marks. Now students these marks that we are going to get or the content that we are studying can be Broken noun as follows you have the prose section, in the prose section you have 9 lessons 9 stories now these can be divided as the story forms that is the first lesson the 4th, ,the 8th and the 9th that is “anargah shad vaidhyah”, “ atmiki sampath” than you have the eight one which “amulyam vidyate sarvam”and “dvekathe swami vivekanandasya “ then you have the biographical type of a lesson which is in the one which is on “karmarkar” the dialogue form of lesson are two number one is “urja sanchaya” “evadhanaya sanchaya” the second one and the sixth one which is “rasa-swadanam” then you have the informative type of lesson which is the fifth and the seventh the fifth is the letter that we have “akshamitra habavaha” and the seventh that is “Dnyan kalpvruksha” so this is the course work that we have in prose when it comes to the poetry section we have six poetries most well know “subhashit-mala” so for recitation we have among these we have the first, the fourth and the sixth that is “subhashit-mala 1” and “antayakshari and subhashit-mala-2” so these we have to learn by heart in order to be to able to complete the verses as well as help us answer the oral questions then we have the rapid reading, in the rapid reading we have one prose and one poetry the prose we know is “kalana pravaram chitram” and the poetry is on “babasaheb ambedkar”who speaks about the importance of sanskrit then we have the unseen section mind your students though this word reads unseen something which is going to be outside of the book let me assure you students that what you get in unseen is partly seen here you have verses you have passages and dialogues for translation and the last bit which is called writing skill which is less of a skill and more of mechanical job comprises of sentences to translate into sanskrit a story to be completed or an essay. You also have framing sentences in the form of indeclinables or rules. so students with all this we are taking care of 80 + 20 100% marks of sanskrit now having understood that all these elements are a part of your textbook students if you understand that all that you have to study is to study your textbook very-very well then nothing can stop you from getting those 100 marks but how often do we read the textbook. Answer that for yourself the more you focus on the text book the better you will get at the subject taking this further students let us see the this sanskrit entire examination that we are going to take for 100 marks totally can be broken up in to percentage of marks as follows you will see that the textual part of your content comprises of the 46 out of 80 marks which means students 58 % of your marks comes from the text book directly then the next part which often

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