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NSQF Practical Guidelines and Project 2018 of “Elective Geospatial Technology (740)” for Class 11 CBSE







The Minimum number of marks required to pass in each subject is (33) percent in the written papers and practical examination.

2.)Marks for record, Viva Project etc., in respect of Senior Secondary School Curriculum of School Certificate Examination:

Marks allotted for laboratory Record, Viva Voice etc., should separately stated in the answer book (if answer-Books are used) and added to the marks given for other items. The projects and the practical records, duly punched should be returned to the students concerned immediately after evaluation.

3.)Assessment of performance.


(a) The examiner (internal) assigned for the conduct and assessment of Practical

Examinations each in Senior Secondary School Curriculum .Question for the viva examinations should be conducted by both the examiners. Question to bemore of general nature, project work or the curriculum. Investigatory Projectespecially those that show considerable amount of effort and originality, on thepart of the student, should get suitable high marks, while project of a routine orstereotyped nature should only receive MEDIOCRE marks.

(b) In the assessment and award of marks, follow strictly the marking Scheme whichis given in the list of practical I.e. provided to the Examiners/Schools at the timeof Examination.

(c) Every effort should be made to reach a consensus on the marks to be awardedto individual candidates. If a difference of one or two marks still persists evenafter discussion the average marks should be awarded.

(d) Marks awarded for Project / Practical activities, for viva, for project and forPractical files must be separately shown on the answer-book as the total.

4.)Procedure for Assessment of practical project work in Geospatial. (Total 40marks )


The examiner will indicate separately marks of practical examination on the title page ofthe answer-books under the following heads:-

The subject Teacher in charge of conducting practical may assign practical activities to thestudents so as to generate interest in students in the subject. Project may be based onGeospatial Syllabus.

Project for the final practical’s is given below:-

Project – 5 marks

Students should make a project file. The marks can be allocated based on the quality ofwork done by the students as per the Curriculum

Any one of the following:-

(i) Prepare a sketch map of the School building and surrounding environment – A top view.

(ii) Features needs to be shown in the sketch map – School Building,Playground, Parking Area, Tree Lines, Access Road and Principal’s Room.


(i) Collect four corner coordinates – Administrative Block of School Building.

(ii) Display them in the GIS Environment.

(iii) Load a Google Image of the Administrative Block of School Building usingcollected coordinates.

Viva based on Project – 5 marks

The teacher conducting the final practical examination may ask verbal questions relatedto the project, if any, done by the student. Alternatively, if no project has been assignedto the students, viva may be based on questions of practical nature from the field ofsubject as per the Curriculum.

Demonstration of skill competency via Lab Activities – 30 marks

Activity question to be created by internal examiner, to be conducted on the practicalday – 30 minutes.

Exercise No. 1 Marks: 05

Tasks Marks

Open File – Raster and Vector

Basic GIS Functions : Zoom in, Zoom out, attribute table display and reading,display of maps in overlay window, Coordinate readout and distance 03Measurement

Exercise No. 2 Marks: 05

Tasks Marks Display of various maps in GIS environment – Physical, Geological, Political,

Metrological and Cadastral Map

Identification of Map features from different maps

Uses of different maps


Exercise No. 3 Marks: 10

Tasks Marks Display of two different scales of Toposheets of the same area in GIS


Identification of adjacent Toposheets using Toposheet Index

Identification of large and small scale from a given set of maps

Comparison of identical area using different scale Toposheets

Identification of point, line and polygon features

Leveling of map elements

Find out the location of any point using GIS software

Exercise No. 4 Marks: 10

Tasks Marks Display of Satellite imagery and Toposheets of the same area in GISenvironmentIdentification of identical features in Toposheets and Satellite imagery – Road, Railway lines, Shadows, Buildings, Water bodies, River, Forest area, Open space, Play ground, Airports etc Comparison of identified features with Toposheets and Satellite imagery ofdifferent resolution



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