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aravali international school faridabad holidays homework 2015-16
ARAVALI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
FARIDABAD
HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK
2015-16
Summer is the annual permission slip to be lazy and free of responsibility and a time rife
with possibility. It’s a time to explore nooks and crannies, master handstands and make new
friends.
Let’s all welcome this summer with open arms!!!
Name
:
__________________________
Class
:
__________________________
Roll No.
:
__________________________
Dear Students
Apart from having immense fun, let’s all ensure that people around us are also happy.
But its not always the case. We all have witnessed the most disastrous natural calamity of
this year which shook Nepal recently. You must have read about it in newspapers and
watched the minutest details of it on television. We in Delhi NCR also felt the tremors. As
future nation builders, we want you to understand the reasons, causes, consequences and
impacts of such natural disasters that are increasing alarmingly. What can we do as
individuals as well as communities towards disaster management—face it and mitigate it?
This year’s holiday homework is theme based and integrates all the subjects. You have
to prepare a project on Nepal Earthquake : Rebuilding Life.
Follow the understated guidelines:
 Prepare a cover page including your name, class, roll no., school’s name, year and title of
the project.
 Content should include all the sub topics (details on next page).
 Do not forget to add the acknowledgements to different sources, libraries, teachers,
places visited and the persons who helped you in preparing your project.
 Also acknowledge the website with specific weblink books, authors and publishers.
 The project should be supported by newspaper cuttings, pictures and articles.
PROJECT – NEPAL EARTHQUAKE
 Meaning of Disaster and Disaster Management
 Types of Disasters – Natural & Manmade
Nepal Earthquake – A Case Study
 Meaning of Earthquake
 Causes of Nepal Earthquake
 Effects of Earthquake on –
a) Human Life
b) Ecological Balance
c) Economy of Nepal
 Meaning of Seismology, Seismology, Seismic waves & seismographs.
Science
 Reasons behind earthquakes, particularly in Nepal
 Before and after effects on the environment due to an earthquake.
 Scientific parameters to make buildings earthquake resistant.
SST
 Mitigation measures with special reference to building construction in earthquake prone areas.
 Survival skills – Dos & Don’ts when an earthquake occurs
 Role of different agencies in Rescue & Relief in Nepal (CSR, schools, NGOs, etc).
Mathematics
 Ritcher Scale
 Graphs on causalities
English
 The Earthquake that almost devastated Nepal is a natural calamity that can occur anywhere at any time.
The only key is to prepare ourselves for such calamities and disasters. We cannot stop these but can
certainly lessen their effect and save many lives. Write a letter to the Editor of the Hindustan Times
expressing your concern over the need of preventive measures like mock drills, using quality material for
construction etc that may help in reducing the effect of such disasters. Suggest a few measures and also
appeal the government and other welfare organisations to take the initiative and spread awareness to
prepare the citizens of our country.
 Prepare a questionnaire as to how common people feel about such calamities, and what support and
contribution for relief measures they can offer.
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Information Technology
 Prepare a Powerpoint presentation on the Nepal Earthquake.
MATHS
Practice the following questions of the given exercises from R.D. Sharma Book in R.D. Sharma
notebook/registerExercise 5.1 – Question Nos. 3, 4, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 21, 22 and 28.
Exercise 5.2 – Question Nos. 4, 6, 7, 16, 19, 20 and 24 (ii).
Exercise 5.3 – Question Nos. 2, 3, 6 and 9.
Exercise 5.4 – Question Nos. 4, 7, 11 and 15.
Exercise 6.3 – Question Nos. 4, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Exercise 6.4 – Question Nos. 7, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18 and 19.
Exercise 6.5 – Question Nos. 6, 8, 10 and 12.

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