Class 12 Computer Science Practical Question Paper 2017 is based on the guidelines published in the CBSE class 12 Computer Science Syllabus for 2017. As per the syllabus a student have to perform 2 task in the computer Lab
#1. C++ Programming – 10 marks
You are required to write a computer program in C++ from the following topic
- Arrays – One dimensional and double dimensional array
- Classes and Object
- Stack and Queue using Array including circular
- Stack and Queue using Link List
- File Handling ( Creation, Modification, Searching and Displaying)
- Text File Creation.
The program is basically checked on the basis of logic, indentation and output presentation. You are also required to take print-out of this program along with its output as most of the time External love to send this program to their respective regional office.
#2 SQL – 5 Marks
5 SQL queries based on any RDBMS software, most of the time these 5 queries are based on table creation, insetion, and select statement.
Note: some times External ask to take print outs of these executed commands and some times they simple ask you to write down the same in your answer-sheet.
#3 . C++ Project File with output – 05 Marks
You are required to create a software using all the acquired knowledge throughout these two years. Your viva is basically based on your project work, So guys try to do it yourself.
#4 Practical File – 06 Marks
Your Practical File must contains at-least 25 C++ program from the above mentioned topics + 15 sql queries along with their output.
#5 Viva -04 Marks
Special Notes on Practical
- Since your External Examiner only takes 5-10 minutes to grill you so how was your viva will define how much you are gonna score in your practical file and project file.
- Thoroughly Read your project and note down-total no of classes used, any type of inheritance, binary files and such vital information
- Never ever reveal that you downloaded your project from any website
- Do not tell your External that your elder did it for you.
- If you are not able to read the whole syllabus for the viva then prepare at-least one or two topics thoroughly and ask your external that due to some unavoidable reason, you could not prepare the whole.