Monday, 9 September 2013

NOTICE WRITING FOR CLASS IX ENGLISH CBSE


CBSE has  brought some changes in the writing skill for class ix English .Pupils appearing for ix Summatives will face a combined writing and grammar section containing 25  marks (writing 15 marks and grammar 10 marks ).This post is to give the pupils a clear conception about how to score the best in NOTICE WRITING .

CBSE SPECIFICATIONS ABOUT NOTICE FOR CLASS IX
Marks- 4 
Word Limit- 80-100

Purpose of a Notice-

*A notice is written to  inform or to acquaint  people or pupils (in a school) about an event or happening. 

*It is not to have fancy talks but to work on the point desired .

* Always  ensure complete information that the notice must impart.


Important points for notice Writing
To the point
A good notice must be  to the point without straying away from the purpose and maintaining  the word limit 80- 100 words
Language
Notice is not to exhibit literary knowledge.It should be formal lucid and a simple one meeting its purpose .
Points to be put
1.    Name of the issuing authority (school, club ,any other organisation etc.)
2.   Date of the notice served
3.   subject  matter
     Date/time/duration/ Place/Venue
6.    Authorized signatory: Name and signature
1.    Do not cross the word-limit .
2.    Always enclose the notice in a box.
     Make the box  lines with a sharp pencil . Never draw the line towards the bottom until and unless you’re done with the content.
     Sample beginning lines-
     1.All the pupils of xyz (name of the school ) are hereby informed that....
     2. All the learners of xyz (name of the school) are advised to take note to the fact that .......
     3. All the students of xyz ( name of the school) are notified that....
3. 
FORMAT
XYZ SCHOOL ( Name of the school)
address
month , date ,year
NOTICE
Heading

                                                                         BODY

Signature 
Designation

Distribution of marks
As per CBSE
Format – 1 Marks
Content – 3 Marks

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Written By Badal Paul
The author is a passionate blogger, writer and educationalist. This blog is created to ease troubles of the Cbse students. The author holds multiple blogs and the writer of the Novel KALCHAKRA, OOM AND THE CHOSEN FIVE.