About Manipur board 12th 2020

Manipur Board 12th Exams 2020- Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHEM) conducts the Manipur Board class 12 examination. The exams of Manipur board 12th will be held from February 14 to March 23, 2020, for Arts, Science and Commerce streams. All the exams are organized in the morning shift from 10 am to 1 pm.
Latest: Manipur board will conduct the postponed exams of Class 12 on July 6 and July 7, 2020.
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Manipur Board 12th exams 2020 are held in offline mode for papers such as  English, Alternative English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Geography, History, Physics, Chemistry and so on, depending on the stream. The council sets the syllabus, question papers and textbooks for Manipur Class 12 exams.

Know more about Manipur Board 12th 2020 exams

  • Currently, a total of 153 Colleges/Higher Secondary Schools are affiliated to the Council. 
  • Every year, approximately 30,000 students appear in Manipur Board 12th Exams.
  • The last date to apply for Manipur Board 12th exams 2020 was October 8, 2019 (without fee). However, students could apply for the Manipur 12th exams till November 11, 2019, with late fee of Rs. 700.
  • Each paper is conducted for 100 marks and subjects with practicals carry 70 and 30 marks for theory and practical, respectively.
  • Students can check the Manipur 12th result online using their roll number. Those who clear the Manipur Board 12th exams 2020 will be able to take admission in undergraduate programs in universities and institutes. Last year, the Manipur Board 12th result was declared online on May 8, 2019.

Manipur board 12th 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name Manipur Board 12th Examination
Short Exam Name Manipur board 12th
Conducting Body Council Of Higher Secondary Education Manipur
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level Intermediate
Languages Assamese, Bengali +9 More
Mode of Application Offline
Application Fee (General) 180 Rs [Offline]
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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Manipur board 12th 2020 Important Dates

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Upcoming Dates and Events

06 Jul, 2020

Exam - Engineering Drawing, Sociology And Thang-Ta | Mode: Offline

07 Jul, 2020

Exam - Elective Bengali, Elective English, Elective Hindi and Elective Manipuri | Mode: Offline

Past Dates and Events

18 Mar, 2020

Exam - Home Science | Mode: Offline

16 Mar, 2020

Exam - Physical Health Education & Sports, Psychology, Biotechnology | Mode: Offline

06 Mar, 2020

Exam - Biology, History | Mode: Offline

04 Mar, 2020

Exam - Anthropology, Economics | Mode: Offline

02 Mar, 2020

Exam - Mathematics | Mode: Offline

28 Feb, 2020

Exam - Computer Science, Philosophy | Mode: Offline

26 Feb, 2020

Exam - Chemistry, Education, Business Studies | Mode: Offline

24 Feb, 2020

Exam - Music, Statistics, Agriculture | Mode: Offline

22 Feb, 2020

Exam - Physics, Political Science, Accountancy | Mode: Offline

20 Feb, 2020

Exam - MIL or Alternative English | Mode: Offline

18 Feb, 2020

Exam - Geology, Geography | Mode: Offline

14 Feb, 2020

Exam - English | Mode: Offline


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Manipur board 12th 2020 Eligibility Criteria

To appear for Manipur Board 12th exams 2020, students should enrol in class 12 of a school affiliated to the board.

  • Students must have a minimum of 75% attendance in the present academic year and must clear all dues. 
  • Also, students have to fill the application form and submit it to their respective schools along with the required documents.
  • Applicants must pay the examination fee before the deadline as directed by the school authority to complete the Manipur Board 12th exams registration. Students whose applications are finally accepted by CHSE are issued admit cards. 
  • Only candidates who receive the admit card are able to appear for Manipur Board 12th exams 2020.   
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Manipur board 12th 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Offline

Mode of Payment : Other

  • The council has uploaded the application forms of Manipur Board 12th exams 2020 on its official website, cohsem.nic.in.
  • Students can submit the filled Manipur board 12th examination forms to their respective schools. 
  • The Manipur Board 12th application process is offline. Hence, students have to fill and submit the form accompanied by required documents and the exam fee. 
  • Also, do not forget to paste a passport-sized photograph and fill in personal, communication and academic details in the Manipur Board 12th application form. 

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Manipur board 12th 2020 Syllabus


Agriculture: Unit 01
Advanced crop production and organic farming
Soil sampling and determination of soil ph
Determination of soil organic carbon content
Preparation of nursery and seed beds
Seed treatment with fungicides and bio-fertilizers
Identification of different types of chemical fertilizers, composts, bio-fertilizers
Calculation of fertilizer requirement of crops for wheat, rice and maize based on their nutrient needs
Preparation of fym and compost
Calibration and dusters for pest control
Determination of moisture content of crop seeds wheat, rice, maize and mustard
To find out 100-grain weight of crop seeds wheat, rice, maize and mustard
Visit to a crop field and compare healthy plant with a diseased and insect affected plant
Calculation of different types of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides
Agriculture: Unit 02
Post-harvest management , food processing and value addition
Visit to bakery unit, local chakki
Preparation of jam, jelly, ketchup and morabba
Drying of fruits, vegetables and flowers
Preparation of pickles
Identification of fresh and aged vegetables and fruits
Visit to cold storage and record the storage of various fruits and vegetables
Harvesting and packaging of flowers
Preparation of flower arrangements such as garland and rangoli
Visit to a flower mandi and record the activities in the mandi
Visit to a local fruit market and record the activities in the market
Agriculture: Unit 03
Subsidiary enterprises in agriculture
Preparation of plant based bio-pesticides
Visit to mushroom production unit
Visit to nearby apiary and record the process of beekeeping
Observe the characteristics of different bee products
Visit to a vermicomposting unit
Observe the characteristics of compost
Agriculture: Unit 04
Report on the visits
The student have to prepare a report of their visit to different organizations and submit to subject teacher for the evaluation
Agriculture: Unit 05
Viva voce
Students can be asked questions based on
Identification of objects
Visit report analysis
Experiences in their field visits, etc

Physical health education and sports+

Physical health education and sports: Unit 01
Tournaments in sports
Tournaments- knock-out
Round robind and combination
Procedure To Draw Fixtures
Knock-out and league tournaments
Intramural and extramural - meaning , objective and its significance
Physical health education and sports: Unit 02
Sports and nutrition
Balanced diet and nutrition macro and micro nutrients
Nutritive and non-nutritive components of diet
Eating for weight control
A healthy weight
The Pitfalls Of Dieting
Food intolerance and food myths
Sports nutrition and its effect on performance
Fluid and meal intake, pre, during and post competition
Food supplement for children
Physical health education and sports: Unit 03
Benefits of yoga
Asanas as preventive measures
Obesity vajarasana
Trikonasana and ardhamatsyendrasana
Diabetes – bhujangasana, paschimottanasana, pawanmuktasana and ardhamatsyendrasana
Asthma - sukhasana, chakrasana, gomukhasana, parvatasana, bhujangasana, paschimottanasana and matsyasana
Hipertension- tadasana, vajarasana, pawanmuktasana, ardhachakrasana, bhujangasana and savasana
Backpain- tadasana, ardhamatsyendrasana, vakrasana, shalabhasana and bhujangasana
Physical health education and sports: Unit 04
Physical education and sports for differently-abled
Concept of Disability and Disorder
Types of disability and disorder - their causes and nature
Advantages of physical activities for children with special needs
Physical health education and sports: Unit 05
Children and sports
Motor development and factors affecting it
Exercise Guidelines at different stages of growth and Development
Advantages and disadvantages of weight training
Concept and advantages of Correct Posture
Causes of Bad Posture
Common postural deformities knock-knee
Round Shoulders
Bow legs and scoliosis
Corrective Measures for Postural Deformities
Physical health education and sports: Unit 06
Women and sports
Sports participation of women in India
Special consideration
Menarche and menstrual dysfunction
Female athletes triad
Osteoporosis, amenorrhea, eating disorders
Psychological aspects of women athlete
Sociological aspects of sports participation
Physical health education and sports: Unit 07
Test and measurement in sports
Muscular strength – kraus-weber test
Motor fitness test – aahper
General motor fitness test
Standing broad-jump
Zig-zag run
Measurement of cardiovascular fitness test
Harverd-step test
Physical efficiency index
Physical health education and sports: Unit 08
Physiology and sports
Gender differences in physical and physiological parameters
Physiological factor determining component of Physical Fitness
Effect of exercise on cardiovascular system
Effect of exercise on respiratory system
Effect of exercise on Muscular System
Physiological changes due to ageing
Role of physical activity in maintaining functional fitness in aged population
Physical health education and sports: Unit 09
Sports medicine
Concept, aims and scope of sports medicine
Sports injuries classification, causes and prevention
First aid – aims and objectives
Management of Injuries
Management of injuries abrasion, contusion, laceration, incision, sprain and strain
Bone and joint injuries dislocation, fractures: stress fracture, greenstick, comminuted, transverse, oblique and impacted
Physical health education and sports: Unit 10
Kinesiology, bio-mechanics and sports
Projectile and factors affecting Projectile Trajectory
Newton’s laws of motion and their application in sports
Aerodynamics principles
Friction and sports
Introduction to Axes and Planes
Types of movements flexion, extension, abduction and adduction
Major muscles involved in running, jumping and throwing
Physical health education and sports: Unit 11
Training in sports
Strength definition, types and methods of improving strength – isometric, isotonic and isokinetic
Endurance – definition, types and methods to develop endurance – continuous training, interval training and fartlek training
Speed – definition, types and methods to develop speed – acceleration run and pace run
Flexibility – definition, types and methods to improve flexibility
Co-ordinative abilities – definition, types
Circuit training and high altitude training introduction and its impact
Physical health education and sports: Unit 12
Games and sports
History, rules, measurements, equipments, fundamental skills and sports personalities of following games/sports basketball, hockey, kho-kho, volleyball, lawn tennis and judo
History, rules and fundamental skills of thang-ta, yubi-lakpi, sharit-sharak and tae-kwon-do
Fundamental skills of track event - 200 m run, 800 m run
Field event - long - jump, discuss-throw and javelin


Physics: Unit 01
Electric charges
Conservation of charge
Coulomb’s law-force between two point charges
Forces between multiple charges
Superposition principle and continuous charge distribution
Electric field
Electric field due to point charge
Electric field lines
Electric dipole
Electric field due to a dipole
Torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field, Van de Graaff generator
Electric flux,
Statement of gauss’s theorem and its application to find field due to infinitely long straight wire
Uniformly charged infinite plane sheet and uniformly charged thin spherical shell
Electric potential
Potential difference
Electric potential due to a point charge
A dipole and system of charges
Equipotential surfaces
Electrical potential energy of a system of two point charges and of electric dipole in an electrostatic field
Conductors and insulators
Free charges and bound charges inside a conductor
Dielectrics and electric polarisation
Capacitors and capacitance
Combination of capacitors in series and in parallel
Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium between the plates
Energy stored in a capacitor
Van De Graaff generator
Physics: Unit 02
Current electricity
Electric current (current electricity)
Flow of electric charges in a metallic conductor
Drift velocity
Mobility and their relation with electric current
Ohm's law
Electrical resistance
V-I characteristics
Elecrical energy and power
Resistivity and conductivity
Carbon resistors
Colour code for carbon resistors
Series and parallel combinations of resistors
Temperature dependence of resistance
Internal resistance of a cell
Potential differance and emf of a cell
Combination of cells in series and parallel
Elementary idea of secondary cells
Kirchhoff’s law and simple application
Wheatstone’s bridge
Meter bridge
Principle and its applications to measure potential difference and for comparing emf of two cells
Measurement of internal resistance of a cell
Physics: Unit 03
Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Concept of Magnetic Field
Oersted’s Experiment
Biot-Savart law and its application to current carrying circular loop
Ampere’s law and its applications to infinitely long straight wire
Straight and toroidal solenoids
Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic and electric fields
Force on a current
Carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field
Force between two parallel current
Carrying conductors
Definition of ampere
Torque experienced by a current loop in a uniform magnetic field
Moving coil galvanometer
Its current sensitivity and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter
Current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment
Magnetic dipole moment of a revolving electron
Magnetic field intensity due to a magnetic dipole
Along its axis and perpendicular to its axis
Torque on a magnetic dipole in a uniform magnetic field; bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid
Magnetic field lines
Earth’s magnetic field and magnetic elements
Para, dia and ferromagnetic substance
Physics: Unit 04
Electromagnetic induction and alternating current
Electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction
Faraday's laws
Induced EMF and current
Lenz's law
Eddy currents
Self and mutual induction
Alternating currents
Peak and RMS value of alternating current/voltage
Reactance and impedance
LC oscillations
LCR series circuit
Power in AC circuits
Wattless current
Physics: Unit 05
Electromagnetic waves
Need for displacement current
Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics
Transverse nature of electromagnetic waves
Electromagnetic spectrum including elementary facts about their uses.
Physics: Unit 06
Reflection of light
Spherical mirrors
Mirror formula
Refraction of light
Total internal reflection and its applications
Optical fibres
Refraction at spherical Surfaces
Thin lens formula
Lens-maker’s formula
Power of a lens
Combination of thin lenses in contact
Combination of a lens and mirror
Refraction and dispersion of light through a prism
Scattering of light-blue colour of the sky and reddish appearance of the sun at sunrise and sunset
Optical Instruments
Human eye
Image Formation and Accommodation
Correction of eye defects
Using lenses
Microscopes and astronomical telescopes reflecting and refracting and their magnifying powers
Wave optics
Wave front and huygen’s principle
Reflection and refraction of plane wave at a plane surface using wave fronts
Proof of laws of reflection and refraction using huygen’s principle
Young's double slit experiment and expression for fringe width
Coherent sources and sustained interferance of light
Diffraction due to a single slit
Width of central maximum
Resolving power of microscope and astronomical telescope
Plane polarised
Brewster's law
Uses of plane polarised light and Polaroids
Physics: Unit 07
Dual nature of matter and radiation
Dual nature of radiation
photoelectric effect
hertz lenard’s observations
Einstein’s photoelectric equation
Particle nature of light
Matter waves
Wave nature of particles
De Broglie relation
Germer experiment
Physics: Unit 08
Atoms and nuclei
Alpha-particle scattering experiment
rutherford’s model of atom
Bohr model levels
Hydrogen spectrum
Composition and size of nucleus
Atomic masses
Beta and gamma particles/rays and their properties
Radioactive decay law
Mass-energy relation, mass defect, binding energy per nucleon, Its variation with mass number
Mass defect
Binding energy per nucleon and its variation with mass number
Nuclear fission and fusion
Physics: Unit 09
Electronic devices
Energy bands in solids
Insulators and semiconductors
Semiconductors: Semiconductor diode
i-v characteristics in forward and reverse bias
Diode as a rectifier
I-V characteristics of LED
Solar cell and Zener diode
Zener diode as a voltage regulator
Transistor action
Characteristics of a transistor
Transistor as an amplifier and oscillator
Logic gates transistor as a switch
Physics: Unit 10
Communication systems
Elements of communication system
Bandwidth of signals
Bandwidth of transmission medium
Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere
Sky and space wave propagation
Need for modulation
Production and detection of an amplitude
Modulated wave


Accountancy: Unit 01
Introduction to partnership
Meaning of partnership, partners, firm and partnership deed
Provision of the indian partnership act 1932, affecting accounts in the absence of partnership deed
Fixed v/s fluctuating capital account
Division of profit among partners
Guarantee of profits
Past adjustments
Relating to interest on capital
Interest on drawing
Salary and profit sharing ratios
Preparation of profit and loss appropriation account
Goodwill and nature
Factors affecting and methods of valuation
Average profit
Super profit and capitalisation
Accountancy: Unit 02
Reconstitution of partnership
Change in the profit sharing ratio among the existing partners
Sacrificing ratio
Gaining ratio
Accounting for revaluation of assets and liabilities
Distribution of reserves and accumulated profits
Admission of a partner
Effect of admission of a partner on change in the profit sharing ratio
Treatment of goodwill
Treatment for revaluation of assets and liabilities
Treatment of reserves and accumulated profits
Adjustment of capital accounts and preparation of new balance sheet
Retirement and death of a partner
Effect of retirement/death of a partner
Change in profit sharing ratios
Adjustment of accumulated profit and reserves
Calculation of deceased partner’s share of profit till the date of death
Preparation of deceased partner’s executor’s account and preparation of new balance sheet
Dissolution of partnership firm
Meaning and types of dissolution of firm
Settlement of accounts
Preparation of realisation account and related accounts
Excluding piecemeal distribution
Sale to a company and insolvency of partners and firm
Accountancy: Unit 03
Accounting for shares
Share and share capital of meaning, nature and types
Accounting for Share Capital
Issue and allotment of equity shares
Private placement of shares
Public subscription of shares
Over subscription and under subscription of shares
Issue at par and premiu
Calls in advance and arrears
Issue of shares for consideration other than cash
Accounting treatment of forfeiture and re-issue
Disclosure of share capital in company’s balance sheet
Accountancy: Unit 04
Accounting for debentures
Debentures of meaning
Issue of debentures at par and at premium
Issue of debentures for consideration other than cash
Debentures as collateral security
Interest on debentures
Accountancy: Unit 05
Analysis of financial statements
Financial statement of a company
Balance sheet of a company in the prescribed horizontal form with major headings and sub heading
Financial statement analysis meaning
Objectives and limitations
Tools for Financial Statement Analysis
Comparative statements
Common size statements
Cash flow analysis
Ratio analysis
Accountancy: Unit 06
Ratio analysis
Accounting ratios meaning
Objectives and classification of ratios
Liquidity Ratios
Current ratio and Quick ratio
Solvency Ratios
Debt to Equity Ratio
Total Asset to Debt Ratio
Proprietary ratio
Interest coverage ratio
Activity Ratios
Stock turnover ratio
Debtors turnover ratio
Creditors turnover ratio, w orking capital turnover ratio
Profitability Ratios
Gross Profit Ratio
Operating Ratio
Operating Profit Ratio
No profit ratio
Accountancy: Unit 07
Cash flow statement
Meaning of objective and preparation indirect method


Anthropology: Unit 01
Social anthropology and cultural anthropology
Meaning and definition of social anthropology and cultural anthropology
Relationship of social and cultural anthropology with other disciplines
Anthropology: Unit 02
Definition and concept of culture and society
Meaning and anthropological concept of culture
Definition, meaning and concept of human society
Anthropology: Unit 03
Environmental determinism of culture
Environment and culture
Influence of physical environment on culture
Anthropology: Unit 04
Definition of forms/types
Functions of family
Anthropology: Unit 05
Definition of forms/types
Ways of acquiring mates in tribal societies with special reference to india
Anthropology: Unit 06
Definition and types
Degrees of kinship
Usages of kinship
Anthropology: Unit 07
Meaning and definition of ethnography
A study of social organisation of the tangkhul nagas
Anthropology: Unit 08
Primitive economic system
General characteristics of primitive economic systems
Food gathering hunting and fishing
Food producing and domestication of animals and agriculture
Anthropology: Unit 09
Basic knowledge of social survey
Importance of schedule and questionnaire
Anthropology: Unit 10
Prehistoric archaeology
Nature and definition of prehistoric achaeology
Scope of prehistoric archaeology
Preliminary knowledge of geological time scale and pleistocene climatic conditions
The great ice age
Brief outline on the methods of dating the past - stratigraphy, typology and c1
Anthropology: Unit 11
Prehistoric cultures
A brief outline of the following prehistoric cultures of europe
Mesolithic and neolithic periods
A comparative study of the salient features of paleolithic and neolithic cultures
Anthropology: Unit 12
Tool families and tool-making techniques
Tool families chopper
Hand axes
Points and blades
Bone tools and celt’s
Tool making and techniques of manufacturing core and flake tools
Primary and secondary flaking
Pressure flaking
Grinding and polishing
Materials used in making prehistoric tools


Biology: Unit 01
Reproduction in organisms
Reproduction a characteristic feature of all organisms for continuation of species
Modes of reproduction asexual and sexual
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Structures and events
Pollination Types
Agencies and examples
Outbreeding devices
Pollen Pistil interaction
Double fertilization
Post fertilisation
Development of endosperm and embryo
Development of seed and formation of seed
Fruit formation
Apomixis and polyembryony
Human Reproduction
Male andfemale reproductive systems
Gametogenesis-spermatogenesis and oogenesis
Menstrual cycle
Fertilization and implantation
Pregnancy and embryonic development
Parturition and lactation
Reproductive health
Reproductive health problems and strategies
Population explosion and birth control
Medical termination of pregnancy
Sexually transmitted diseases
Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies
Assisted reproductive technologies ivf, zift, gift
Biology: Unit 02
Genetics and evolution
Principles of Inheritance and Variation
Mendel’s laws of inheritance
Deviations from Mendelism
Incomplete dominance
Multiple allelism
Chromosomal theory of inheritance
Linkage and recombination
Polygenic inheritance
Sex determination in birds, humans and honey bee
Pedigree analysis
Genetic disorders
Mendelian disorders colour blindness
Sickle cell anaemia
Chromosomal disorders
Down’s syndrome
Klinefelter’s syndrome
Turner’s syndrome
Molecular basis of Inheritance
Structure of DNA and RNA
Packaging of dna
The search for genetic material
Rna world
DNA replication
Genetic code
Regulation of gene expression
Human genome project
DNA fingerprinting
Origin of life
Evolution of life forms
Evidences for evolution
Adaptive radiation
Biological evolution
Mechanism of evolution
Hardy weinberg principle
A brief account of evolution
Origin and evolution of man
Biology: Unit 03
Biology and human welfare
Human health and disease
Common diseases in humans
Ring worm
Active and passive immunity
Vaccination and immunisation
Auto immunity
Immune system in the body
Drugs and alcohol abuse
Animal husbandry
Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production
Animal breeding
Bee keeping
Plant breeding
Single cell Protein
Tissue culture
Microbes in human welfare
Microbes in household products
Industrial products
Sewage treatment and production of biogas
Microbes as biocontrol agents and biofertilisers
Biology: Unit 04
Principles and processes
Principles of biotechnology
Tools of recombinant dna technology
Process of recombinant dna technology
Biotechnology and its Application
Biotechnological applications in agriculture and medicine
Genetically engineered insulin
Gene therapy
Molecular diagnosis
Transgenic animals
Ethical issues
Biology: Unit 05
Organisms and Populations
Organisms and its environment
Abiotic factors
Response to abiotic factors
Population attributes
Population growth
Life history variation
Population interactions predation
Commenselism and mutualism
Structure and Function
Energy flow
Ecological pyramids
Ecological succession
Nutrient cycling
Ecosystem services
Biodiversity and conservation
Patterns of biodiversity
Importance of species diversity to the ecosystem
Loss of biodiversity
Biodiversity conservation
Environmental issues
Air pollution and its control
Water pollution and its control
Solid wastes
Agro chemicals and their effects
Radioactive wastes
Greenhouse effects and global warming
Ozone depletion
Degradation by improper resource utilization and maintenance
Case study of people’s participation in conservation of forests


Biotechnology: Unit 01
Protein and gene manipulation
Protein Structure and Engineering
Introduction to the world of proteins
3-D shape of proteins
Characterization of Proteins
Protein Based Products
Designing Proteins
Recombinant DNA Technology
Tools of dna technology
Making recombinant dna
DNA Library
Introduction of recombinant DNA into host cells
Polymerase chains reaction (pcr)
Dna probes
Hybridization Techniques
DNA Sequencing
Site-directed mutagenesis
Genomics and bioinformatics
Genome sequencing projects
Gene production and counting
Genome similarity, snp’s and comparative genomics
Functional Genomics
History of Bioinformatics
Sequences and Nomenclature
Information Sources
Biotechnology: Unit 02
Cell culture technology
Microbial culture and applications
Microbial culture techniques
Measurement and Kinetics of Microbial Growth
Scale up of microbial process
Strain Isolation and Improvement
Applications of Microbial Culture Technology
Bioethics in microbial technology
Biotechnology: Unit 03
Plant cell culture and applications
Celland tissueculture techniques
Applications of cell and tissueculture
Gene Transfer Methods in Plants
Transgenic Plants with Beneficial Traits
Diagnosticsin agriculture and molecular breeding
Bioethics in plant genetic engineering
Biotechnology: Unit 04
Animal cell culture and applications
Animal Cell Culture Techniques
Characterisation of cell lines
Scale-upof animal culture process
Applicationsof animal cell culture
Stemcell technology
Bioethics of genetic engineeringin animals

Business studies+

Business studies: Unit 01
Principle and function of management - nature and significance of management
Management concept, objective, importance
Management as science, art, profession
Levels of Management
Management functions planning, organising, staffing, directing and controlling
Coordination characteristics and importance
Business studies: Unit 02
Principles of management
Principles of management concept, nature and significance
Fayol’s principles of management
Taylor’s scientific management principles and techniques
Business studies: Unit 03
Business environment
Business environment concept, importance
Dimensions of business environment economic, social, technological, politicaland legal
Concept of liberalization, privatization and globalization business and industry
Impact of government policy, changes on business and industry with special reference toliberalization, privatization, globalisation
Business studies: Unit 04
Concept, importance, limitations
Planning process
Types of plans objective, strategy, policy, procedure, method, rule, budget, programme
Business studies: Unit 05
Concept and Importance
Steps in the process of organising
Structure of organisation functional and divisional
Formal and informal organisation
Delegation concept, elements and importance
Decentralization concept and importance
Business studies: Unit 06
Concept and importance of staffing
Staffing as a part of human resource management
Staffing process recruitment meaning and sources
Selection and process
Training and development concept and importance
Business studies: Unit 07
Concept and Importance
Elements of Directing
Supervision concept, functions of a supervisor
Motivation of concept, maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Financial and non financial incentives
Leadership concept, qualities of a good leader
Communication concept, formal and informal communication
Barriers to Effective Communication
How to overcome the barriers
Business studies: Unit 08
Concept and Importance
Relationship between planning and controlling
Steps in the process of control
Business studies: Unit 09
Business finance and marketing-financial management
Concept, objective of financial management
Decisions relating to investment, financing and dividend
Financial planning concept and importance
Financial structure concept and factors affecting
Fixed and w orking capital concept and factors affecting its requirements
Business studies: Unit 10
Financial markets
Financial markets concept and types
Money market and its instruments
Capital market and its types
Stock exchange functions, trading procedure
Nsei objectives
Securities exchange board of india objectives and functions
Business studies: Unit 11
Marketing management
Marketing meaning, functions, marketing v/s selling
Marketing Management Philosophies
Marketing mix concept
Product concept, branding, labeling and packaging
Price factors determining price
Physical distribution concept, channels of distribution: types, choice of channels
Promotion of concept and elements
Advertising concept, role, objections against advertising
Personal selling
Concept and qualities of a good salesman
Sales promotion concept and techniques
publicity concept and role
Business studies: Unit 12
Consumer protection
Concept and importance of consumer protection
Consumer Protection Act 1986
Meaning of consumer and consumer protection
Rights and responsibilities of consumers
Who can file a complaint and against whom
Redressal machinery
Remedies available
Consumer awareness role of consumer organizations and ngos
Business studies: Unit 13
Project work
Students are required to submit a project work/report on any one of the projects listed below under the guidance of one of the faculty members of the commerce department
The report/work should be submitted by the student to the concerned teacher who guides the student
The report will be evaluated by the guide and the mark should be submitted to the principal/hod


Chemistry: Unit 01
Solid state
General charactersitic of solid state
Amorphous and crystalline solids
Classification of crystalline solids
Crystal lattices and unit cell
Number of atom in a unit cell
Close packed structures
Packing efficiency
Calculation involving unit cell dimensions
Imperfection in solids
Electrical and Magnetic properties
Chemistry: Unit 02
Types of solutions
Expression of concentration of solutions of solids in liquids
Solubility of gases in liquids
Solid solutions
Colligative properties
Relative lowering of vapour pressure
Raoult's law
Elevation of boiling point
Depression of freezing point
Osmotic pressure
Determination of molecular masses using colligative properties
Abnormal molecular mass
Van’t hoff factor and calculations involving it
Chemistry: Unit 03
Electrochemical cells
Galvanic cells
Nernst equation
Conductance of electrolytic solutions
Electrolytic cells and electrolysis
Fuel cells and corosion
Chemistry: Unit 04
Chemical kinetics
Rate of a reaction
Factors affecting rates of reaction
Order and molecularity of reactions
Rate law and specific rate constant
Integrated rate equations and half-life
Only for zero and first order reactions
Concept of collision theory
Elementary idea, no mathematical treatment
Activation Energy
Arrhenious Equation
Chemistry: Unit 05
Surface chemistry
Physisorption and Chemisorption
Factors affecting adsorption of gases on solids
Homogeneous and heterogeneous
Activity and Selectivity
Enzyme Catalysis
Colloidal state
Distinction among true solutions
Colloidal solutions and suspensions
Multimolecular and macromolecular colloids
Properties of colloids
Tyndall effect
Brownian movement
Emulsion-elements idea of nano materials
Chemistry: Unit 06
General principles and processes of isolation of elements
Principles and method of extraction
Thermodynamic principles of metallurgy
Electrochemical principles of metallurgy and refining
Uses of aluminium, copper, zinc and iron
Chemistry: Unit 07
The p-block elements
Group 15 elements
Oxides of Nitrogen
Nitric acid
Phosphorus allotropic forms
Phosphorus halides
Oxo acid of phosphorus
Group 16 elements
Simple oxides ozone
Sulphur allotopic forms
Sulphur dioxides
Oxoacids of sulphur
Sulphuric acid
Group 17 elements
Hydrogen chloride
Oxoacids of halogens
Interhalogen compounds
Group 18 elements
General introduction
Electronic configuration
Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen
Trends in physical and chemical properties and uses
Chemistry: Unit 08
The d- and f- block elements
General introduction
Electronic configuration
Occurence and characteristics of transition metals
General trends in properties of the first row transition metals
Metallic character
Ionization enthalpy
Oxidation states
Ionic, radii, colour, catalytic property
Magnetic properties
Interstitial compounds
Alloy formation
Chemical reactivity and lanthanoid contraction and its consequences
Oxidation states and comparison with Lanthanoids
Some application d- and f- block elements
Chemistry: Unit 09
Coordination compounds
Werner’s theory of co-ordination compound
Difinition of some importnat terms pertaining to co-ordincation compounds
Nomenclature of co-ordination compouds
Isomerism in co-ordination compounds
Bonding in metal carbonyl
Stability of co-ordination compounds and importance and application of co-ordination compounds
Chemistry: Unit 10
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Haloalkanes classification
Nature of C-X bond
Method of preparation of haloalkanes
Physical and Chemical properties
Mechanism of Substitution Reactions
Stability of carbocations
R-s and d-l configurations
Method of preparation of
Haloarenes substitution reactions
Directive influence of halogen for mono substituted compounds only
Stability of carbocations r-s and d-l configurations
Uses and environmental effects of dichloromethane
Freons ddt
Chemistry: Unit 11
Alcohols, phenols and ethers
Nomenclature structures of functional groups
Properties and reaction of alcohol and phenols
Preparation and physical properties and chemical reactions of ethers
Chemistry: Unit 12
Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
Nomenclature and structure of carboyl group
Preparation of aldehydes and ketones
Physical properties and chemical reactions
Uses of aldehydes and ketones
Nomenclature and structure of carboxyl groups
Methods of preparation of carboxyclic acids
Uses of carboxylic acids
Chemistry: Unit 13
Structure of amines
Classification and nomenclature of amines
Preparation of amines
Physical properties and chemical reactions
Methods and preparation of diazonium salts
Physical properties
Chemical reactions and its importance in synthesis of aromatic compounds
Chemistry: Unit 14
Carbohydrates structure of glucose and fructose and disaccharides
Cellulose and importance of carbohydrates
Aminoacids and its classification
Structure of protein and denaturation of protein
Mechanism of enzyme action
Classification and importance of vitamins
Nucleic acids
Chemical compostion
Function of nucleic acids
Hormones its functions
Chemistry: Unit 15
Classification of polymers types of polymerisaton reactions
Molecular mass of polymers
Biodegradable polymers of commercial importance
Chemistry: Unit 16
Chemistry in everyday life
Drugs and their classification
Drug-target interaction
Therapeutic action of differrent classes of drugs
Chemicals in food, soaps and detergents
Cleansing agents.

Computer science+

Computer science: Unit 01
Programming in C++
Review c++ covered in class - xi
Defining a symbol name using typedef keyword and defining a macro using # define directive
Need for user defined data type
Defining a structure
Declaring structure variables
Accessing structure elements
Passing structure to functions as value and reference argument / parameter
Function returning structure
Array of structures
Passing an array of structure as an argument / a parameter to a function
Object oriented programming
Concept of object oriented programming
Data hiding
Data encapsulation
Class and object
Abstract class and concrete class
Advantages of object oriented programming over earlier programming methodologies
Implementation of object oriented programming concepts in c++
Definition of a class
Members of a class data members and member functions
Using private and public visibility modes
Default visibility mode
Member function definition
Inside class definition and outside class definition using scope resolution operator
Declaration of objects as instances of a class
Accessing members from object
Array of type class
Objects as function arguments
Pass by value and pass by reference
Constructor and destructor
Constructor special characteristics
Declaration and definition of a constructor
Default constructor
Overloaded constructors
Copy constructor
Constructor with default argumnets
Destructor special characteristics
Declaration and definition of destructor
Inheritance extending classes
Concept of inheritance
Base class
Derived class
Defining derived classes
Protected visibility mode
single level inheritance
Multilevel inheritance and multiple inheritance
Privately derived
Publicity derived and protectedly derived class
Accessibility of members from objects and within derived class(es)
Date file handling
Need for a date file
Types of data files
Text file and binary file
Basic file operations on text file
Creating/writing text into file
Reading and manipulation of text from an already existing text file
Binary file
Creation of file, writing data into file
Searching for required data from file
Appending data to a file
Insertion of data in sorted file
Deletion of data from file
Modification of data in a file
Implementation of above mentioned data file handling in c++
Components of c++ to be used with file handling
Header file fstream.h
Ofstream and fstream classes
Opening a text file in in, out, and app modes
Using cascading operators for writing text to the file and reading text from the file
Open(), get(), put(), getline() and close() functions
Detecting end-of-file, tellg(), tellp(), seekg(), seekp() functions
Declaration and initialization of pointers
Dynamic memory allocation/deallocation operators new, delete
Pointers and arrays
Arraly of pointers
Pointer to an array
Function returning a pointer
Reference variables and use of alias
Function call by reference
Pointer to structures
Deference operator *,->
Self referencial structures
Computer science: Unit 02
Data structures
One and two dimensional arrays
Sequential allocation and address calculation
One dimensional array
Searching linear, binary search
Insertion of an element in an array
Deletion of an element from an array
Sorting insertion, selection, bubble sort
Concatenation of two linear arrays
Merging of two sorted arrays
Two-dimensional arrays traversal, finding sum/difference of two nxm arrays containing numeric values
Interchanging row and column elements in a two dimensional array
Stack array and linked implementation of stack
Operations on stack and its implementation in c++
Converting expressions from infix to postfix notation and evaluation of postfix expression
Queue circular array and linked implementation
Operations on queue insert and delete and its implementation in c++
Computer science: Unit 03
Databases and SQL
Database concepts
Relational data model
Concept of domain
Relation, key, primary key
Alternate key
Candidate key
Relational algebra selection, projection, union and cartesian product
Structured Query Language
General concepts advantages of using sql
Data definition language and data manipulation language
Data types number, character, date
SQL commands
Create table
Drop table
Alter table
Select, distinct, from, where, in, between, group by, having order by
Sql functions
Sum, avg, count, max and min
Computer science: Unit 04
Boolean algebra
Evolution of boolean algebra
Binary-valued quantities
Boolean variable
Boolean constant and boolean operators
And, or, not
Truth tables
Closure property
Commutative law
Associative law
Identity law
Inverse law
Principle of duality
Idempotent law
Distributive law
Absorption law
Involution law
Demorgan's law and their applications
Obtaining sum of product (sop) and product of sum (pos) form from the truth table
Reducing boolean expression (sop and pos) to its minimal form
Use of karnaugh map for minimisation of boolean expressions
Basic logic gates not, and, or, nand, nnor and their use in circuits
Computer science: Unit 05
Communication and network concepts
Evolution of Networking
Internet, interspace
Different ways of sending data across the network with reference to switching techniques
Data communication terminologies
Concept of channel
Hz, khz, mhz and data transfer rate
Transmission media
Twisted pair cable, coaxial cable, optical fiber, infrared radio link, microwave link and satellite link
Network devices
Modem, rj45 connector, ethernet card, hub, switch, gateway
Different topologies - bus, star, tree
Concepts of lan, wan, man
Protocol tcp/ip, file transfer protocol (ftp), ppp, level-remote login (telnet), internet
Wireless/Mobile Communication
Gsm, cdma, wll, 3g, sms, voice mail
Application electronic mail, chat, video conferencing
Network security concepts cyber law, firewall, cookies, hackers and crackers
Web pages
Hyper text markup language
Extensible markup language
Hyper text transfer protocol
Domain names
Protocol address
Web browser
Web servers
Web hosting


English: Unit 01
On the conduct of life - w illiam hazlitt
Sinking of the titanic - m. geelan
The kite maker - ruskin bond
The dear departed - stanley houghton
The fourth dimension - h.g. w ells
The scourge of hiv - l. kamakhya kumar singh
English: Unit 02
God made the country - w illiam cowper
To the skylark - w . w ordsworth
Youth and age - s.t.coleridge
O captain ! my captain ! - w alt whitman
The soldier - rupert brooke
The snake - d.h.lawrence
English: Unit 03
Love across the salt desert - keki, n. daruwalla
The gift of the magi - o. henry
Terror - jim corbett
Coin diver - cyprian ekwensi
Fighting hiv/aids - k. kalidas singh

Fine arts+

Fine arts: Unit 01
The Rajasthani and Pahari schools of miniature painting
Introduction to indian miniature schools
Central india
Deccan and paharai
Rajasthani schools
Origin and Development
Main features of the rajasthani schools
Study of the following rajasthani painting
The pahari schools
Schools - basohli and kangra
Main features of the pahari schools
Study of the following Pahari paintings
Fine arts: Unit 02
The Mughal and Deccan schools of miniature paintings
The Mughal School
Origin and Development
Main features of the Mughal School
Study of the following Mughal Paintings
The Deccan School
Main features of the Deccan School
Study of the following Deccan Paintings
Fine arts: Unit 03
The Bengal school and the modern trends in Indian art
New eara in indian art - an introduction
Study of the following painting
Rama vanquishing the pride of the ocean - raja verma
Evolution of the Indian National Flag
Study of the form and the colour scheme
Introduction to the Bengal School of Painting
Origin and development of the bengal school
Main features of the bengal school
Contribution of indian artists in the struggle for national movement
Study of the following paintings of the Bengal school
Journey's end
The modern trends in indian art introduction
Study of the following paintings
Magician - gagendranath tagore
Mother and child - jamini roy
Woman face - rabindranath tagore
Three girls - amrita sher gill
Study of the following pieces of sculpture
Triumph of labour - d.p. roychowdhury
Santhal family - ramkinker vaij
Study of the following works of contemporary indian art
Mother teresa - m.f. hussain
Birth of poetry - k.k. hebbar
Gossip - n.s. bendre
Untitled - g.r. santosh
Diagonal - tyeb mehta
Graphic prints
Whirlpool - krishna reddy
Children - somnath hore
Devi - jyoti bhatt
Of walls - anupam sud
Man, woman and tree - laxma goud
Standing woman - dhanraj bhagat
Cries unheard - amar nath sehgal
Ganesha - p.v. jankiram
Figure - sankho chaudhuri
Chatturmukhi - aekka yada giri rao


Geography: Unit 01
Processing of data and thematic mapping
Sources of data
Tabulating and processing data
Calculation of averages
Measures of central tendency
Deviation and rank correlation
Representation of data
Construction of diagrams
Bars, circles and flowchart, thematic maps
Use of computers in data processing and mapping
Geography: Unit 02
Field study or spatial information technology
Field visit and study
Map orientation
Observation and preparation of sketch
Survey on any one of the local concerns
Ground water changes
Land use and land use changes
Poverty, energy issues, soil degradation
Drought and flood impacts
Observation and questionnaire survery may be adopted for the data collection
Collected data may be tabulated and analysed with diagrams and maps
Spatial information technology
Introduction to gis
Hardware requirements and software modules
Data formats
Raster and vector data
Data input
Editing and topology building
Data analysis
Overlay and buffer


History: Unit 01
The story of the first cities
Harappan civilization
Early urban centres
Archaeological report on the major sites and its interpretations by the scholars
History: Unit 02
Social histories
The mahabharata as a source of social history
Issues in social history, including caste, class, kinship and gender
Transmission and publications of the Mahabharata
The mahabharata and other sources for reconstructing social history
History: Unit 03
A history of Buddhism
Sanchi stupa
A brief review of religious histories of vedic religion, jainism, vaishnavism, saivism
Sanchi stupa and its importance
History: Unit 04
Political and economic history
Inscriptions and decipherment of the script
Shifts in the understanding of political and economic history
Ashokan inscriptions and gupta period land grant
Interpretation of inscriptions by historians
History: Unit 05
New architecture
Outline of new buildings during vijyanagar period-temples, forts, irrigation facilities
Relationship between architecture and the political system
Importance of the new architectural finds at hampi
History: Unit 06
Religious histories
The bhakti-sufi traditions
Outline of religious developments during this period
Ideas and practices of the bhakti- sufi saints
Importance of bhakti-sufi works
History: Unit 07
The Mughal court
Reconstructing histories through chronicles
Outline of political history 15th to 17th centuries
Mughal court and politics
Importance of akbarnama and padshabuama as court chronicles to reconstruct political histories
History: Unit 08
Agrarian relations
The ain-i-akbari
Structure of agrarian relations in the 16th and 17th centuries
Patterns of change over the period
Compilation and translation of aini- akbari and its importance in history
History: Unit 09
Medieval society through travellers' accounts
Outline of social and cultural life as they appear in travellers' accounts of alberuni, ibi batuta, bernier, etc
History: Unit 10
Colonialism and rural society
Life of zamindars, peasants and artisans in the late 18th century
East india company, revenue, settlements and surveys
Changes over the nineteenth century
History: Unit 11
Representations of 1857
The events of 1857-1858-area affected
Changes in the british policy after 1857
History: Unit 12
Colonialism and India towns
Town plants and municipal reports
The growth of mumbai, chennai, hill stations and cantonments in the 18th and 19th centuries
Town planning of cities like kolkata, mumbai
History: Unit 13
Mahatma Gandhi through contemporary eyes
The nationalist movement, 1918-1948
The nature of gandhian polities and leadership
History: Unit 14
Partition through oral sounds
The history of the 1940s
Nationalism, communalism and partition
Horrors of communal riots- aftermath of partition
History: Unit 15
The making of the constitution
Independence and the new nation states
The making of the Constitution
History: Unit 16
Themes in regional history
Prehistory and proto history of manipur
Historical archaeology of manipur
Manipur and first anglo burmese war
Anglo manipur war 1891
Socio- religious and political movements


Psychology: Unit 01
Variations in psychological attributes
The unit aims at studying how people differ with respect to their various psychological attributes
Individual Differences in Human Functioning
Assessment of Psychological Attributes
Individual Differences in Intelligence
Theories of Intelligence
Culture and Intelligence
Special Abilities
Aptitude Nature and Measurement
Emotional Intelligence
Psychology: Unit 02
Self and personality
This unit focuses on the study of self and personality in the context of different approaches in an effort to appraise the person
The assessment of personality will also be discussed
Concepts of self
Self-efficacy and self-regulation
Culture and Self
Concept of Personality
Major approaches type and trait
Assessment of Personality
Self-report measures
Behavioural analysis and projective measures
Psychology: Unit 03
Meeting life challenges
This unit deals with the nature of stress and how responses to stress depend on an individual's appraisal of stressors
Strategies to cope with stress will also be dealt with concept of personal
Social and ocupational adjustment
Defense mechanisms-rationalization
Reaction formation
Nature types and sources of stress
Effects on psychological functioning and health
Coping with Stress
Promotiong positive health and well-being
Psychology: Unit 04
Psychological disorders
This unit discusses the concepts of normality and abnormality and the major psychological disorders
Concepts of abnormality and psychological Disorders
Classification of disorders
Factors Underlying Abnormal Behaviour
Major psychological disorders anxiety
Mood and schizophrenic
Developmental and behavioural-substance use related
Psychology: Unit 05
Therapeutic approaches
The unit discusses the goals
Techniques and effectiveness of different approaches to treat psychological disorders
Nature and process of therepy
Therapeutic relationship
Types of therapies
Behaviour and bio-medical
Alternative therapies yoga and meditation
Rehabilitation of mentally ill
Psychology: Unit 06
Attitude and social cognition
This unit focuses on formation and change of attitudes
Cultural influences on attributional tendencies and conditions influencing pro-social behaviour
Explaining Social Behaviour
Impression formation and explaining behaviour of others through attributions
Social Cognition
Schemes and stereotypes
Nature and Components of Attitudes
Attitude Formation and Change
Behaviour in the Presence of Others
Pro-social Behaviour
Prejudice and Discrimination
Strategies for Handling Prejudice
Psychology: Unit 07
Social influence and group processes
The unit deals with the concept of group
Its functions and the dynamics of social influence on conformity
Obedience and compliance
Different conflict resolution strategies will also be discussed
Cooperation and Competition
Nature and Formation of Groups
Types of groups social identity
Influence of Group on Individual Behaviour
Inter-group conflicts
Conflict Resolution Strategies
Psychology: Unit 08
Psychology and life
The unit focuses on the application of psychological understanding to some important social issues
Human-environment relationship
Environmental Effects on Human Behaviour
Noise, pollution, crowding and natural disasters
Promoting proenvironmental behaviour
Psychology and Social Concerns
Violence and peace
Discrimination and poverty
Health impact of television on behaviour
Psychology: Unit 09
Developing psychological skills
The unit deals with some effective psychological and interpersonal skills for facilitating personal-social development
Effective psychological skills
Observational Skills
Interviewing skills
Testing skills
Counselling skills empathy
Positive regard and communication skill – listening


Dance: Unit 01
Lai Haraoba dance
Brief notes on the usage of each of the following
Phibul habi
Chong-khong yetpa pa -chunaba
Chongkhong litpa
Lairen mathek
Wakollo shakpa
Kanglei thokpa
Lai loi
Lai nakka thengba
Fungarol jagoi
Padon jagoi
Study on the costumes of lai-haraoba with reference to maiba-maibi
Pena khongba and male and female performance
Dance: Unit 02
Tribal dance
Any one of the following tribal dances
Kabui dance
Brief notes on the usage of each of the following
Dance: Unit 03
Brief notes on its usage of each of the following given below at
Subject and to find out the hints on the differentiation of each of the four ras
Condensed course on vasanta-ras
Pung-rag macha
Sutradhari- raga-macha
Vaishnava vandana
Mapop jagoi
Dance: Unit 04
Nata Sankirtan
Brief notes on its usage of the following
Pung - raga - macha with kartik-sanchar
Esei - any one of raga purush with vahan
Tintal-macha-pung + esei + kortal
Rajmel - pung + esei + chollom
Tanchap - pung +esei + konnaba
Menkup - pung + esei + konnaba

Manipur board 12th 2020 Preparation Tips

To make the preparation for Manipur board 12th syllabus with ease, students can follow the tips given below:

  1. Go through CHSE 12th exam pattern and syllabus along with the datesheet and prepare a study plan accordingly. 

  2. Ensure that you do not ignore any topic in Manipur board 12th 2020 syllabus. Allot more time for the more difficult portions after you are done covering the easier portions. Ask for help from teachers regarding the parts that you find tough.

  3. Making short notes for each topic while studying is a practice that will make your revision time easier. This is because during revision, you will not have to read the textbooks again. Sufficient time, at least a couple of weeks, must be kept aside for revision alone.

  4. Solve sample papers and previous years’ question papers available online. Making this a part of the everyday study plan will allow you to analyse your preparation level and acquaint you with the exam pattern, type of questions and important topics. Regular practice will help you identify your weak areas and help you improve your speed and accuracy in Manipur board 12th exam.

  5. Do not overburden yourself. Keep stress away by keeping short breaks in between the study plan. Spend time with friends and family members and engage in group study to make your concepts clearer. 

Manipur board 12th 2020 Exam Pattern

Manipur Board 12th exam pattern consists of information about each paper such as a number of questions, total marks, marks allotted to theory and practical and so on.

  • Students will get an extra 15 minutes for reading the question paper. 
  • Manipur Board 12th exams 2020 will be held for 3 streams- Science, Arts & Commerce
  • A student opting for Vocational Stream should appear in (I) English, (2) MIL, (3) One Vocational Trade and (4) One more subject with no practical paper.
  • There are a total of 52 different subjects under the Manipur Board 12th exams 2020.

Manipur Board 12th Exam Pattern 2020

The time duration as per marks allotted to the subjects in Manipur board 12th 2020 are given below:

Marks allotted 

Time Duration

100/70 marks

3 hours

50 marks

2 hours 30 minutes

40/30 marks

2 hours

  • Students preparing for Manipur Board 12th exams 2020 must practice the previous year question papers or sample papers to understand the paper pattern and marking scheme. 
  • Solving the previous year's Manipur 12th question papers helps in scoring better in Manipur Board 12th exams. 
  • Students can also know the type and number of questions being asked from different topics in the exam.

Manipur board 12th 2020 Admit Card

Students whose application forms are successfully submitted and are accepted by the Board receives Manipur Board 12th admit cards. The admit cards are to be collected from the school authorities. CHSE 12th admit card consists of information such as a student’s name, roll number, exam schedule and time, etc. No student is allowed to appear in the exam upon failing to produce the hall ticket on exam day. Besides CHSE 12th admit card, students are asked to carry a valid proof of identity such as their school identity card to the exam centre. The hall ticket must be retained as it is later required for checking Manipur class 12 result. 

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • Identity card

Manipur Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) will release the 12th class result in the July 2020. Students from each stream - Science, Commerce, and Humanities can check the result online using their roll number. Manipur COHSEM Class 12 result consists of a student’s name, roll number, subject-wise marks, total marks, qualifying status, etc. Manipur board 12th result 2020 is released online is provisional and students will soon receive the original mark sheets from their respective schools. 

How to Check Manipur Board 12th Result 2020?

  • Open the official website: manresults.nic.in.
  • Click on the link of 12th class result.
  • Enter roll number and submit it.
  • Manipur 12th class result will open on the screen. Take a printout or screenshot of the same. 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: Who can apply for Manipur board 12th exams?


Students who have passed 11th class can apply for Manipur board 12th exams.

Question: Can I apply directly for Manipur HSE exams 2020?


No, you will have to apply for the same through respective schools.

Question: What the passing marks of Manipur board 12th?


33% marks are the minimum marks to pass Manipur board 12th exams.

Question: When will Manipur 12th improvement exam be held?


Manipur board 12th improvement exams will be held in the second week of July 2020  

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how do i score more mark ? like how to write and concentrate plus memorize more quickly and sooner....any suggestions question for art

IMran Mir 5th Jan, 2020

Hi there Tingneilhai tuboi

Hope you're having a great day.

I have various techniques which you can implement everyday for memorization and it will also not be very taxing on the body.

You can start with meditation being one of the prime aspects for increasing memory power and retain information as you see it.

Additionally you can also use these methods while meditation is on par everyday for at least 30 days.

Listed below are some methods you can use for memorization and better understanding.

  • Assign meaningfulness to things.
  • Learn general and specific later.
  • Recite out loud in your own words until you don't need to refer to your notes.
  • Teach someone else.
  • Use memory devices.

If all this helps, please let know and I'll reply to your comments as soon as possible.

Hope this helps and have a bright future ahead.

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