Sub: Change of Syllabus in Tibetan Language for classes IX, X (Code-017) and for Classes XI & XII (Code – 117) from academic session 2008-09.
In the process of updating the syllabi for its curriculum document 2010 Vol. II the Board has revised the Tibetan language syllabus for IX, X & XI, XII.
It has also been decided to implement the new syllabus for Classes X & XII from the academic session 2008-09 itself for those students who are appearing in the Board examination AISSE & AISSCE in 2009. (Classes X & XII Syllabus enclosed). It may be noted that certain changes have also been made in the text books prescribed for this purpose.
The Principals are requested to communicate the same to the teachers concerned and seek compliance.
It may be widely circulated amongst the students.
Encl : Syllabus for Classes X & XII
TIBETAN (Code No. 017)
CLASS IX One Paper 3 Hours Marks: 100 Section A Marks 60 Suggested periods 1. Applied Grammar: 20 30
(i) Pronunciation of letter and their phonetic change in words
(ii) Formation & Morphology of words
(iii) Parts of speech and their change with particles including preposition
“Bshes pa’i spring yig gi rnam bshad ‘phags pa’i dgongs pa kun gsal” ( 1 to 88 pages )Publish by Tibetan Cultural, Printing Press, Dharamsala- H.P.
Poetry 15 35
(i) Amplification, elucidation or substance writing of passage in Tibetan
(ii) Comprehension and appreciation question from given text passage.
Second Chapter of Sa skya Legs bshad with its commentary by Khenpo Sangye Tenzin
Rapid Reading 10 25
“My land and My People” by H.H. the Dalai Lama
Chapter 2 and 3 (Pages 64 to 101)
TIBETAN (Code No. 117)
CLASS XI One Paper 3 Hours Marks: 100 Section A 20 marks 1. Applied Grammar:
Use of Parts of Speech in sentence, case endings and configuration of verbs with their forms used in various kinds of sentences.
“Brjod pa la dpyod pa” ( 33 to 58 pages)and “Bya tshig la dpyod pa” (109 to 141 pages) from “Bod kyi sgra rig pai gnas la dpyod pa gsal bai me long” by Thupten Chhogdup, Published by Tibetan Library,Dharamsala, H.P.
Section B Reading an unseen passages or poem 10 marks
a) One literary or discursive passage of about 200-300 words or a poem of about 8 lines.
Section C Composition & Writing: 10 marks
a) Essay and Letter Writing:
i) Application for leave, jobs, fee concession, and aid for poor funds.
ii) Topics related to personal experience, festivals.