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Assignment 04 True or False

1. In tablet weaving to achieve different designs the shape of the card has to remain the same.

a. True

b. False

2. The drawn fibre is held vertically to the spindle in the spinning wheel.

a. True

b. False

3. In Ancient Indian culture the boundary wall was made of mud or it used to be a low tree or shrubs fencing.

a. True

b. False

4. Handloom does not contribute to a major income source in North Eastern Region

a. True

b. False

5. Natural Farming is a panacea to modern human beings.

a. True

b. False

6. The length of the overhangs of the house roof is very important.

a. True

b. False

7. Handloom generates more employment in rural areas than in urban areas.

a. True

b. False

Multiple choice questions

1. The milk produced by exotic cattle breed as compared to indigenous cattle breed is

a. High in bad cholesterol

b. More in Vitamin A

c. More in Iodine content

d. Better in Calcium

2. Which chemical in the cloth can cause lung cancer and skin irritation?

a. Chlorine resistant

b. Synthetic clothing

c. Formaldehyde

d. Dermatitis

3. Spinning textile from Gujarat has been mentioned in detail by –

a. Alexander

b. Mohenjo Daro

c. Marco Polo

d. Muslim Rule


The process in which cotton will be separated from the seeds and baled

a. Sliver Making

b. Carding

c. Ginning

d. Drop Spindle


is called localized dyeing which is done manually

a. Textile technology

b. Handloom

c. Dyeing

d. Printing


Houses built in ancient times had a natural thermal insulation because they were made using

a. Mud

b. Concrete Material

c. Cement

d. Painted glass

Multiple select questions

1. Tulsi plant in the front or back yard of the house represents

a. Positive energy

b. An Ayurveda medicine

c. Root for several diseases

d. Cure for cough

2. The materials used to build rural houses are

a. Stones, bricks

b. Cement

c. Mud

d. Bamboo

3. The overhangs of the roof of houses in rural areas are

a. Protect the house from summer sun rays

b. Expose the house to summer sun rays

c. Expose the house to winter sun rays

d. Protect the house from winter sun rays

4. What had been introduced in pit loom to remove the fabric faults?

a. Moisture control

b. Pirn winding package

c. Fly shuttle

d. Back beam

5. During Vedic Period, the scholar used these Sanskrit terms to refer to cow-dung




Saka or Sakum





6. Textile Industry is very important because it

a. Contributes to industrial output

b. Generates unemployment

c. Second position in cotton

d. Adds to Exports earnings

7. For destroying insects on the leaves of the plants and trees, this is recommended

a. Ashes from wood

b. Ashes from cow-dung

c. Sesamum

d. Brick dust

Answer Key

True or False

1 - b, 2 – b, 3 – a, 4 – b, 5 – a, 6 – a, 7 - a

Multiple choice questions

1 – a, 2 – c, 3 – c, 4 – b, 5 – d, 6 – a

Multiple select questions

1 – a,b,d

2 – a,c,d

3 – a,c

4 – c,d

5 – b,c,d

6 – a,d

7 – a,b,d