(i) All questions are compulsory. The marks allotted for each question are given besides the questions.

(ii) Write your name, enrollment number, Al name and subject on top of the first page of your answer sheet.

Q.1. Answer any one of the following question in about 40-60 word.

(b) Write down a useful ‘Tagline’ for information on ‘Kushal Bharat campaign.

Ans. The tagline proposed that skilling Indians will result in a “happy”, “healthy”, prosperous and Strong nation”.


The tagline for information on “Kushal Bharat” was the initiative of Skill India. “Skill India Campaign” includes the “National Skill Development Mission”, National Policy for “Skill Development and Entrepreneurship 2015”, Pradhan Mantri Kushal Vikas Yojana”(PMKVY) scheme and the “Skill Loan Scheme”, “Skill India is a campaign” launched by “Prime Minister Narendra Modi” on “15 July 2015” which tries to train over “40 crore people in India” in different skills by 2022.

Q.2.Answer any one of the following question in about 40-60 words.

(b) Prepare a report on a topic of your choice for circulation through New Media.

Ans. Report on Sun Temple at Konark, Odisha.

“Here the language of stone surpasses the language of man”, says Rabindranath Tagore, about the iconic Sun Temple at Konark.

Konark Sun temple is an outstanding model of ancient artistry. This temple is dedicated to the sun God, Surya, the first rays of the sun fall on the entrance of the temple. King Narasimhadeva I hailing from the Eastern Ganga dynasty, believed to have been built the temple in the 13th century. The temple was commissioned by the King while Samantaraya Mahapatra was the one charge of  its construction. ‘Konark’ means the sun and the four corners. The temple was called Black Pagoda attributing to its dark fa├žade by the Europeans who used to for navigation for their ships. It is said that the temple could draw ships to the shore due to its magnetic powers.

The temple is known for its impressive Kalinga architecture that includes a depiction of a 100 ft high chariot being pulled by horses and wheels carved out of a single stone. The monument portrays the imposing chariot of the sun God.

There are 24 intricately designed wheels, 12 ft in diameter which are seen drawn by horses. These seven horses represent the week, the wheels stand for the 12 months while the day-cycle is symbolized by the eight spokes in the wheels. And this whole depiction tells how the time is controlled by the sun-being the very illustration of the Surya in the Hindu mythology travelling from the east in his chariot escorted by his charioteer, Aruna. 


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