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MAJOR EXAMINATION

SUBJECT– SCIENCE
SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –V Time : 3 Hours
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 14- 02 - 2020
I. The question paper is divided into three sections :

SECTION A :
30 questions of 1 mark each.

SECTION B :

20 questions of 1 mark each.

SECTION C:

10 questions of 1 mark each, 6 questions of 2 marks each, 1 question of 3 marks, 1 question of 5 marks

II. All questions are compulsory.


III. You may attempt any section at a time.
IV. All questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.
V. Use only pencil to draw the diagram.

SECTION –A
1. Choose the correct option:- [10 Marks]
(i) Reflex action are controlled by
(A) Medulla (B) Spinal cord (C) Backbone (D) Hand

(ii) A stapler is an example of a


(A) First- class lever (B) Second-class lever
(C) Third-class lever (D) Pulley

(iii) The process in which impure muddy water is allowed to stand undisturbed in a container is called.
(A) Filtration (B) Sedimentation (C) Decantation (D) Evaporation

(iv) In terms of natural disasters, active, dormant and extinct are the types of
(A) Landslides (B) Earthquakes (C) Volcanoes (D) None

(v) The craters created on the surface of the moon are due to the hitting of
(A) Plants (B) Meteorites (C) Stones (D) Rocks

(vi) The metamorphic rock made from granite is


(A) Slate (B) Marble (C) Gneiss (D) Quartz

(vii) Men’s activities lead to


(A) Air pollution (B) Water pollution (C) Land pollution (D) None

(viii) The coldest layer of atmosphere is


(A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere (C) Mesosphere (D) Exosphere
(ix) Who was the first person to step on the moon?
(A) Neil Armstrong (B) Kalpana chawla (C) Edwin Aldrin (D) Michael Collins

(x) The world’s largest active volcano is


(A) Mount Fuji (B) Mauna Loa (C) Mount Etna (D) Mount St. Helens

2. State weather true or false. [10 Marks]


(i) Gram is a Rabi crop.

(ii) Vertebral column protects the brain.

(iii) The Taj Mahal is made of sandstone.

(iv) Ozone gas is present in the stratosphere.

(v) Atmosphere has four layers.

(vi) A ramp is an example of an inclined plane.

(vii) In Lunar Eclipse the moon comes between the sun and the earth.

(viii) Life exists on moon as it has light.

(ix) Chalk is an insoluble impurity.

(x) Medulla is the largest part of the brain.

3. Unscramble the following word:- [10 Marks]


(i) The layer that protects us from harmful ultra-violet radiations of the sun.
EOZONYLRAE

(ii) The method used to separate insoluble impurities from water.


NIOTLIFART

(iii) A razor used for shaving.


EDEGW

(iv) Example of Rabi crop


TEWAH

(v) All the above stages together


NIXAWZ

(vi) An object which revolves around a planet.


TIELLEAST

(vii) Craters are big, deep holes which were formed when rocks from outer space.
TEROEMESIT

(viii) It is a long, thick bundle of nerves.


NISPAL DORC

(ix) It is an involuntary action


FEXLER TONAIC

(x) It is the process of development of a seed into a seedling.


EGRMANINOTI

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SECTION –B
4. Fill in the blanks:- [10 Marks]
(i) The layer of atmosphere in which all weather changes takes place is known as__________.

(ii) _________gas is essential for burning.

(iii) Wheelbarrows is an example of _________class lever.

(iv) When the load is between fulcrum and ________it is called a second class lever.

(v) The __________is the natural satellite of the earth.

(vi) The _________helps in keeping the balance of the body.

(vii) Like the sun, even ________is a natural source of energy.

(viii) ________are known as building blocks of matter.

(ix) Boiling is an example of ________change.

(x) ________is mainly used as fuel for running vehicles.

5. Give two examples of each of the following. [10 Marks]


(i) First class lever (ii) Second class lever

(iii) Third class lever (iv) Inclined Plane

(v) Omnivores (vi) Decomposer

(vii) Abiotic environment (viii) Soluble impurities

(ix) Kharif crop (x) Igneous rock

SECTION–C
6. Define following:- [10 Marks]

(i) Active Volcano (ii) Earthquake

(iii) Natural Disasters (iv) Tsunami

(v) Environment (vi) Troposphere

(vii) Producers (viii) Consumers

(ix) Wedge (x) Dispersal

7. Name the five phases of the moon. [2 Marks]

8. Write down the four properties of air. [2 Marks]

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9. What are two advantages of volcano? [2 Marks]

10. Explain the process of evaporation? [2 Marks]

11. Give two uses of pumice. [2 Marks]

12. Draw a well labelled diagram of Solar Eclipse. [2 Marks]


Or
Draw a well labelled diagram of Lunar Eclipse.

13. Complete the given crossword puzzle with the help of clues. [3 Marks]

Across
1. A product of volcano (4)
4. The outermost layer of the earth (5)
5. Volcanoes which have erupted in the past and can erupt in the future (7)

Down
2. Hot gases and magma come out of the earth through this crack of opening (7)
3. A series of huge waves caused by an underwater disturbance (7)
6. The other name for molten rocks or minerals (5)
1 2

5 6

14. Complete the following web charts. [2 + 3 = 5 Marks]


Layers of the atmosphere

(i)
mesosphere

Forms of energy

(ii)
Magnetic Wind

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– MATHEMATICS
SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –V Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 19- 02- 20 20


(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 34 questions divided into four sections A, B, C.
(iii) Section A contains 15 questions.
Section B contains 10 questions.
Section C contains 9 questions.
(iv) Use of calculators is not permitted.

Section-A
1. How many small cubes of edge 10 cm can be put in a cubical box of side 80 cm ? [2 Marks]
(A) 256 (B) 480 (C) 512 (D) 640
2. In which of the following problems do you need to calculate the area [2 Marks]
(A) To find the depth of water in lake.
(B) To find the quantity of water in pool.
(C) To find how much paint it will take to cover a wall.
(D) To find the length of track traced by an athlete running around a football field.
3. Each side of a square is 8.5 cm long. It’s perimeter is [2 Marks]
(A) 17 cm (B) 34 cm (C) 25.5 cm (D) 51 cm
4. Two angles of a triangle are 40º and 25º respectively. The third angle is . [2 Marks]
(A) 35º (B) 25º (C) 65º (D) 115º
5. Which type of angle has measure that is smaller than right angle [2 Marks]
(A) Acute (B) Obtuse (C) Straight (D) Reflex
Fill in the blanks
6. Volume of a cuboid = ______ × ______ × ______ . [2 Marks]
7. Radius = (______) × diameter. [2 Marks]
8. The sum of any two sides of a triangle is ________ than the third side. [2 Marks]
9. The distance between two parallel lines always _________ [2 Marks]
10. Supplement of an angle of 65º is _________ [2 Marks]

True / False
11. Two figures having the same area also have the same perimeter. [2 Marks]
12. A reflex angle is always greater than a straight angle [2 Marks]
13. To convert mL into L, we multiply by 100. [2 Marks]
14. The average of first six multiples of 3 is 10. [2 Marks]
15. A factor of a number cannot be greater than the number. [2 Marks]
Section–B
16. Use protractor and scale to construct the following angle 145º [1 Mark]

17. 15L 25CL into mL. [1 Mark]


18. Find the value of 70% of 80 [1 Mark]
19. What time it will be 2 hours 35 minutes after 10 : 35 a.m. [1 Mark]
20. Calculate the reflex angle of 160º [1 Mark]
21. The product of two numbers is 2925 and their HCF is 15. Find the LCM of these numbers. [2 Marks]
22. Find the circumference of the circle whose radius is 4.2 cm. [2 Marks]
23. The total length of the fence around a square field is 308m. Find the length of each side of the field.
[2 Marks]
24. Convert 3 days into hours. [2 Marks]
25. Define obtuse angle. [2 Marks]

Section–C

26. The numbers of different books in a library are given below [3 Marks]
English Mathematics G.K. Science Tamil
450 600 150 250 200
Draw a bar-graph to represent the above data

27. A room is 12m long, 7.8 m broad and 5m high [3 Marks]


(a) How much air does it contains
(b) How many boys can sit in the room, each boy occupies 2.6 cubic metres of air space.

28. In examination, Nisha obtained 312 out of 650. What percentage of marks did she get? [3 Marks]

29. In the adjacent figure name [3 Marks]


A

O
C D

B
E F
(a) The pairs of perpendicular line segments
(b) The pairs of all line segments.

30. Draw a circle of radius 3.8 cm. In this circle, construct a chord of length 4.2 cm. [3 Marks]

31. Distinction between a line segment, a line and a ray. [5 Marks]


th th
32. Neeraj’s winter vacations were from 5 December, 2015 to 12 February, 2016. For how many days her
school was closed ? [5 Marks]

33. Simplify [5 Marks]


(i) [24  {10  (8  6  2)}] (ii) 12  [6  3  {8  2(8  6)}]

34. A rectangular park is 64 m long and 56 m broad. Find the cost of [5 Marks]
(a) Levelling the park at `4.50 per sq m
(b) Fencing the park at `76.50 per metre.

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
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l= % 2019-20
vf/kdre vad : 80 d{kk –V le; : 3 ?k.Vs
lkekU; funsZ'k 10-02-2020

(i) lHkh iz'u djuk vfuok;Z gSA


(ii) bl iz'u i= esa pkj [k.M fn;s x;s gS
[k.M ^d* & vifBr x|ka'k
[k.M ^[k* & O;kdj.k
[k.M ^x* & ikB~;iqLrd
[k.M ^?k* & jpuk
[k.M ^d* (vifBr x|ka'k)
1. fuEufyf[kr x|ka”k dks i<+dj ml ij vk/kkfjr iz”uksa ds mÙkj fyf[k, & [5 Marks]
izÑfr lnk ls ekuo dh lgpjh jgh gS] fdarq izÑfr dh loZJs’B jpuk gksus ij Hkh vkt ekuo mlds lkFk
fe=or~ O;ogkj ugha dj jgk gSA og vius LokFkksZa dh iwfrZ ds fy, fujarj izÑfr dk nksgu fd, tk jgk gSA
,d vksj ouksa dks dkV&dkVdj uxj vkSj m|ksx LFkkfir fd, tk jgs gSa] rks nwljh vksj thou dks
lqfo/kklaiUu cukus ds fy, rjg&rjg ds okguksa] e”khuksa vkfn ds vkfo’dkj fd, tk jgs gSaA
fodkl ds uke ij fd, tk jgs fofHkUu izdkj ds dk;kZas ds dkj.k vkt gekjk i;kZoj.k iwjh rjg iznwf’kr gks
pyk gSA eksVj okguksa] jsyksa] dy&dkj[kkuksa dh c<+rh la[;k ds dkj.k okrkoj.k eas mu gkfudkjd rRoksa dh
ek=k dkQ+h c<+ xbZ gS] tks gekjs LokLF; ds fy, ?kkrd gSaA vkt ge ok;q iznw’k.k] ty iznw’k.k vkSj e`nk
iznw’k.k tSlh leL;kvksa ls tq> jgs gSaA
(i) izÑfr dh loZJs’B jpuk dkSu gS \
(ii) ouksa dks dkV&dkVdj D;k&D;k LFkkfir fd, tk jgs gSa \
(iii) izÑfr dk nksgu D;ksa fd;k tk jgk gS \
(iv) vkt ekuo fdu&fdu iznw’k.kksa ls tw> jgk gS \
(v) foykse “kCn fyf[k,A
LokFkZ] fodkl
[k.M ^[k* (O;kdj.k)
2. lgh fodYi ij lgh dk fu”kku yxkb,A [2.5 Marks]
(I) fuEu esa ls xq.kokpd fo”ks’k.k gSA
¼d½ dqN ¼[k½ iryk ¼x½ ik¡p ¼?k½ FkksM+k
(II) *tSlk&oSlk* fdl loZuke dk mnkgj.k gS \
¼d½ laca/kokpd ¼[k½ iq:’kokpd ¼x½ vfu”p;okpd ¼?k½ iz”uokpd
(III) Hkkookpd laKk dk mnkgj.k gSA
¼d½ unh ¼[k½ tokuh ¼x½ fgeky; ¼?k½ Nk=
(IV) *f”k{kd ikB i<+krs gSaA* okD;ksa esa dkSu&lk dky gS \
¼d½ Hkwrdky ¼[k½ orZeku dky ¼x½ Hkfo’;dky
(V) iqfYyax “kCnksa dk lewg gS &
¼d½ lM+d] yrk] /kjrh] eksjuh ¼[k½ xzg] ukVd] o`{k] “kgj
¼x½ fpfM+;k] eNyh] lCth] dkWih ¼?k½ nq”euh] g¡lh] xekZgV] iw.kZrk

3. fuEufyf[kr ”kCnksa ds fyax cnydj fyf[k, & [2 Marks]


(i) egksn;
(ii) iafMr
(iii) oj
(iv) iM+kslh

4. fuEufyf[kr ”kCnksa ds cgqopu ”kCn fyf[k, & [2.5 Marks]


(i) iqLrd
(ii) flDdk
(iii) lHkk
(iv) uhfr
(v) dgkuh

5. fuEufyf[kr eqgkojksa ds vFkZ fyf[k, & [4 Marks]


(i) ?kh ds nh;s tykuk
(ii) va/ks dh ykBh
(iii) ued fepZ yxkuk
(iv) fdrkch dhM+k gksuk

6. fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa dks ”kq) djds fyf[k,A [2 Marks]


(i) eksgu }kj esa [kM+k gSA
(ii) lHkh iqLrd iqjkuh gks pqdh gS

7. fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa esa mís”; vkSj fo/ks; crkb, & [2 Marks]


(i) esjh ek¡ Lokfn’V Hkkstu cukrh gSA
(ii) Lojkt gekjk tUefl) vf/kdkj gSA
(iii) “kkL=h th lknxhiw.kZ thou thrs FksA
(iv) iafMr th us eafnj esa iwtk dhA

8. fuEufyf[kr iz”uksa ds mÙkj fyf [k,A [6 Marks]


(i) laKk fdls dgrs gS \ blds izdkjksa ds uke mnkgj.k lfgr fyf[k,A
(ii) fo”ks’k.k fdls dgrs gS \ la[;kokpd vkSj xq.kokpd fo”ks’k.k ds nks&nks mnkgj.k fyf[k,A
(iii) fØ;k fdls dgrs gS \ ldeZd vkSj vdeZd fØ;k esas varj fyf[k,A

[k.M ^x* (ikB~;iqLrd)


9. lgh fodYi pqudj fyf[k,A [3 Marks]
(i) usg: th us igkM+ ij p<+us ls igys vius fdl vax esa jLlh ck¡/kh Fkh \
¼d½ xnZu esa ¼[k½ iSjksa esa ¼x½ gkFkksa esa ¼?k½ dej
(ii) cjlkr esa unh dk ty dSlk gksrk gS \
¼d½ LoPN ¼[k½ x¡nyk ¼x½ v”kq) ¼?k½ vifo=
(iii) f”kdkfj;ksa dh tku&igpku fdlls Fkh \
¼d½ xqykc pan ls ¼[k½ ek/kks flag ls ¼x½ duZy ls ¼?k½ duZy dh iRuh ls

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(iv) jkte fdldk csVk Fkk \
¼d½ odhy dk ¼[k½ lc&eftLVªsV dk
¼x½ iqfyl v/kh{kd ¼?k½ f”k{kd dk
(v) jktk us fdls Qk¡lh ij p<+kus dk gqDe lquk;k \
¼d½ ea=h dks ¼[k½ xq: dks ¼x½ Xokfyu dks
(vi) dfo us jru dh ek¡ dh vk¡[kksa esa D;k ns[kk \
¼d½ csclh ¼[k½ ftKklk ¼x½ vk”p;Z ¼?k½ vkuan
10. fuEufyf[kr okD;ksa esa [kkyh LFkku Hkfj, & [3 Marks]
(i) fefe dkxT+k dk caMy [kksyrh gS vkSj ------------------------ fudkyrh gSA
(ii) nknh ds ikl ---------------------- ds js”ks dk cuk ,d oxkZdkj cDlk FkkA
(iii) duZy nÙkk us rhrj ds ------------------------ dk T+k[e lkQ fd;kA
(iv) ikuh dh ikbi esa yxh eksVj dbZ ----------------------- dk ikuh [khap ysrh gSA
(v) igkM+h jkLrksa ij ,d&,d ------------------- eNfy;k¡ idM+rs gSaA
11. fuEu ”kCnksa ds vFkZ fyf[k, & [4 Marks]
(i) csclh (ii) jkScnkj (iii) vkxkg (iv) ixMaMh

12. fuEufyf[kr iz”uksa ds mÙkj la{ksi esa fyf[k,A [16 Marks]


(i) cPps eNfy;k¡ dSls idM+rs gSa \
(ii) usg:th dks [kkbZ ls fudkyus esa fdl&fdlus enn dh \
(iii) gesa izÑfr ls ikuh dk [ktkuk dSls izkIr gksrk gS \
(iv) f”kdkfj;ksa dks duZy lkgc ls D;k mEehn u Fkh \
(v) nknh us tks eSMy cqvk dks fn;k] mldk mUgksaus D;k fd;k \
(vi) dksdks us igyh ckj jksfV;k¡ fNikdj dgk¡ j[kh Fkh \
(vii) ea=h dh tku dSls cph \
(viii) nknh lqcg uekT+k i<+us ds ckn D;k&D;k djrh Fkh

13. fuEufyf[kr iz”uksa ds mÙkj foLrkj ls fyf[k,A ¼dksbZ N%½ [18 Marks]
(i) dksdks dk Qwynku D;ksa cnyk x;k \ mlls mls D;k uqdlku gqvk \
(ii) jkte dh ohjrk dh dgkuh dks vius ”kCnksa esa fyf[k,A
(iii) fc”ku us f”kdkfj;ksa ds fo’k; esa D;k lkspk \
(iv) c+QhZys eSnku esa pyuk p<+kbZ ij p<+us ls Hkh dfBu FkkA dSls \
(v) unh ds nksuksa fdukjksa ds vkl&ikl ds izkÑfrd n`”; dSls gSA
(vi) vCck dk g¡lrs&g¡lrs cqjk gky D;ksa gks x;k \
(vii) fHkjrh dks Qk¡lh D;ksa nh tk jgh Fkh \
(viii) vdky vkSj ck<+ ,d gh flDds ds nks igyw gSaA dSls \

[k.M ^?k* (jpuk)


14. vuqPNsn fyf[k, & [5 Marks]
fØlel
vFkok
dEI;wVj dk egRo
15. i= fyf[k, & [5 Marks]
vius fe= dks “khrdkyhu vodk”k esa lkFk le; fcrkus o ?kweus ds fy, vkeaf=r djrs gq, i= fyf[k,A
vFkok
iz/kkukpk;Z th dks pkj fnu ds vodk”k ds fy, izkFkZuk&i= fyf[k,A
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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– ENGLISH
SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –V Time : 3 Hours
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 11- 02- 2020
I. The question paper is divided into four sections :
SECTION A : Reading 15 MARKS
SECTION B : Writing 15 MARKS
SECTION C : Grammar 20 MARKS
SECTION D : Literature 30 MARKS
II. All questions are compulsory.
III. You may attempt any section at a time.
IV. All questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.

SECTION A : READING [15 MARKS]

1. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below: [10 Marks]
The giraffe is the tallest of all living land animals. A male can go up to 18 feet and a female up to 15
feet. Such height enables them to escape the competition for ground level grass that exists among other
leaf-eaters. It also gives him a long range of vision. He takes the warning of the approaching enemy
early.
Giraffes eat a variety of leaves, but acacia leaves are their favourite diet. In spring when many trees are
not in leaf, they spend 80 per cent of the day eating. In summer, when trees are in full leaf, they need
only 15 per cent. The rest of the time is spent in resting and quarreling.
A giraffe’s long neck is made up like that of man and most other mammals, of only seven vertebrae. The
bones are attached to one another with ball and socket joints. These make the neck flexible. It can run
at 50 km per hour.
Rising from a lying position is a problem for such a large animal. So it usually keeps standing even while
it sleeps.
To reach water with such a long neck and legs, a giraffe spreads its front legs wide apart. Then it lowers
its neck to drink. This awkward position makes it easy for the lion to attack it.

1.1 On the basis of your reading of the above passage fill in the blanks with suitable words:
A giraffe is the (a)_______________ of all land animals. The height of a (b)___________ giraffe can go
up to 18 feet. The (c)________________ of a female giraffe can be up to 15 feet. With this height it
doesn’t have to (d)____________________________________ with other animals for leaves. This
enables it to see its (e) from a long distance. It, however, creates problem in reaching (f)
_____________ in tanks.

1.2 Find words from the above passage that mean opposite to the following:
(a) dead (b) detached (c) stiff (d) hind
(e) narrow
2. Read the following passage and answer the questions: [5 Marks]
Coconut is the most important nut in the world. Not only it is one of the biggest of all nuts but almost all
parts of the tree are useful to the man. It is an elegant palm tree growing upto a height of hundred feet.
The flesh of the green coconut is used as a vegetable, the milk inside the young nut as a fresh drink.
Rope matting and brooms are made from the outside layers which protect the nuts.

2.1. (1) Which is the most important nut in the world ?


(2) What is the height of an average coconut tree ?
(3) Which part of the coconut is used as a vegetable ?
(4) What is made from the outside layers of the coconut ?
(5) Give the opposite of “outside”.

SECTION B : WRITING [15 MARKS]

3. Write a short paragraph in about 80 words on any one of the following topics: [7 Marks]
(a) My School (b) Any Festival

4. Write a story in about 100 words on any one of the following topics: [8 Marks]
(a) A Cap seller and Monkeys
(b) Unity is Strength

SECTION C : GRAMMAR [20 MARKS]

5. Fill in the blacks with correct form of verb from the given alternatives: [4 Marks]
(i) Do you __________ hockey? (Play)
(A) Played (B) Playing (C) Play (D) Being played

(ii) He ____________ out for a walk daily. (Go)


(A) Goes (B) Will go (C) Has gone (D) Went

(iii) I ___________ a dress from the market tomorrow. (Buy)


(A) Bought (B) Shall buy (C) Will buy (D) None of the above

(iv) She does not ________ tea.(take)


(A) Take (B) Taking (C) Took (D) Taken

6. Fill in the blanks with correct form of adjectives. [2 Marks]


(i) Rajasthan is __________ than Delhi. (warm)
(ii) Anil is the ___________ boy in our class. (tall)
(iii) Gold is a ___________ metal. (costly)
(iv) Vivaansh’s marks are the _________ in the class.(high)

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7. Fill in the blanks with suitable articles [2 Marks]
(i) I have ________ one rupee note.
(ii) Yugaansh is not ______ Indian.

8. Change the gender. [2 Marks]


(a) Fox (b) Bull (c) Dog (d) Husband

9. Change the voice : [4 Marks]


(i) He helps my sister.
(ii) Ram was helping Shyam.
(iii) He stole a purse.
(iv) He teaches us English.

10. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions from the given alternatives: [2 Marks]
(i) I am afraid ________ snake.
(A) By (B) Of (C) With (D) To

(ii) We are prepared ___________ the test.


(A) With (B) For (C) By (D) To

11. Choose the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject. [4 Marks]
(i) Annie and her brothers (is, are) at school.
(ii) Either my mother or my father (is, are) coming to the meeting.
(iii) The dog or the cats (is, are) outside.
(iv) Either my shoes or your coat (is, are) always on the floor.

SECTION D : LITERATURE [30 MARKS]

12. Give meaning of the following words: [5 Marks]


(a) prefer (b) aired (c) chatterer (d) pleasure
(e) inhabitants (f) nipped (g) horrid (h) grumpy
(i) hurried (j) might

13. Answer the following questions in one word: [5 Marks]


(i) Name the place in Manipur where the Ningthou and Liema ruled.
(ii) What was it that Malu’s parents wanted her to learn?
(iii) Which was the highest point of their journey?
(iv) When do children go to school in Topsy-turvy land?
(v) What activity was going on in the class?

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14. Answer the following questions in short: [10 Marks]
(i) Where have you seen crowds of people?
(ii) Which actions would make a friendly person?
(iii) What does the child in the last stanza (Nobody’s Friend) want to share?
(iv) Write things that you do at home to make your home look neat and clean.
(v) Did you like the frog’s behavior? What did the frog do all day?

15. State whether the following sentences are True or False. [5 Marks]
(i) The drink from the barrel made Rip Van Winkle fall asleep for twenty years. ……………..
(ii) In Topsy-turvy land, people walk upon their heads. …………..
(iii) Everybody loved Hari for his behavior. ……………….
(iv) Gulliver was not a learned man. …………….
(v) The Sultan gave him three gold coins. …………….

16. Fill in the blanks with the correct words given in the box: [5 Marks]
Choir, loudly, impossible, steamed, neatly
(i) Do your work ……………… .
(ii) The ……………. sang beautifully.
(iii) The old man shouted …………… .
(iv) The train ………………… forward at full speed.
(v) It is …………………. to cross the road during peak traffic hours.

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– SOCIAL SCIENCE
SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –V Time : 3 Hours
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 17- 02 - 2020
(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 35 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
(iii) Section A contains 20 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 8 questions of 3 marks each.
Section C contains 6 questions of 5 marks each.
Section D contains 1 question of 6 marks (Map work).

SECTION –A

1. 10th December is celebrated as :


(A) Population Day (B) Human Rights Day
(C) AIDS Day (D) World Environment Day

2. Who wrote against the British raj in his paper Kesari?


(A) Lala Lajpat Rai (B) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(C) Bipin Chandra Pal (D) none of these

3. Who was the first to reach India?


(A) Kalidas (B) Columbus (C) Vasco Da Gama (D) none of these

4. Who was the founder of Shantiniketan, School in West Bengal?


(A) Kalidas (B) Rabindranath Tagore
(C) CV Raman (D) Ashoka

5. Who raised Buddhism from a local sect to a world religion?


(A) Kabir (B) Akbar (C) Ashoka (D) Kalidas

6. Galileo was an __ scientist ;


(A) Italian (B) German (C) French (D) Indian

7. Who developed a machine which could run by petrol.


(A) Rudolf diesel (B) James Watt (C) Volta (D) Gottlieb Daimler

8. Which of the following sounds is harmful for human ears?


(A) 60 decibel (B) 90 decibel (C) 10 decibel (D) 30 decibel

9. Which of the following does not causes Light pollution?


(A) street lights (B) factories (C) interior lightning (D) candles
10. What do we call the liquid discharges of flowing out material usually from factories?
(A) liquid waste (B) manure (C) effluent (D) all of these

11. The process in which waste material are treated in a way that they can be used again is called____ .
(A) recycling (B) purification (C) sedimentation (D) weathering

12. Who had proposed a federation called League of the Nation ?


(A) Saint John (B) Genelia (C) Immanuel Kant (D) James Watt

13. Which of the following is not an official language of United Nation?


(A) Chinese (B) French (C) English (D) Arabic

14. What do we call a person who has been forced to leave his country in order to escape war.
(A) Civil Strive (B) Secretary General (C) Refugee (D) all of the above

15. Mahatma Gandhi was born on


(A) 2 October 1888 (B) 2 October 1869 (C) 2 October 1890 (D) 2 October 1899

16. When did World War II came to an end?


(A) 1940 (B) 1944 (C) 1945 (D) 1947

17. Who is also known as Frontier Gandhi?


(A) Abdul Gaffar Khan (B) Sukhdev
(C) Rajendra Prasad (D) Ashfaqullah

18. Who had published a newspaper called Vande Mataram in Geneva


(A) Mahatma Gandhi (B) Subhash Chandra Bose
(C) Madam Cama (D) Mahatma Gandhi

19. Who is known as the father of plastic surgery


(A) Charaka (B) Chanakya (C) Sushruta (D) none of these

20. Which festival is celebrated on the birthday of Prophet Muhammad


(A) Eid ul Fitr (B) Ramzan (C) Eid ul Milad (D) none of these

SECTION –B
21. Give any three ways to dispose off waste material ?

22. Name any three freedom fighters.

23. Differentiate between landfills and compost pit.

24. What do you know about Sir CV Raman? Mention his great achievements.

25. How do people eat their food in different parts of the country ?

26. What was the ' divide and rule policy ' of the British ?

27. Write a short note on Indian movies.

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28. Fill in the blanks :
(a) ___ and ___ were the favorite subjects of C.V. Raman.
(b) In China and Japan , people use ___ to eat their food.
(c) The normal temperature of our body is ___

SECTION –C
29. What are the basic Healthcare measures?

30. Write full form of the following : (a) WHO (b) ILO (c) FAO (d) IMF (e) UNICEF

31. Write any five important human right as declared by the UN.

32. Write a short note on Viswanathan Anand.


OR
Write a short note on Sushruta

33. Define: (Any 5)


(a) Satyagraha (b) Quit India Movement
(c) Extremists (d) Hydro-electricity
(e) Revolutionaries (f) Open -dumping
(g) Water-pollution

34. Match the following :


(a) Non-degradable waste excessive rain
(b) Raja Harishchandra plastic waste
(c) Floods fishing ships
(d) Trawlers Dr Edward Jenner
(e) Smallpox first film

SECTION –D
35. Mark any five places on the given map
1. Bareilly
2. Meerut
3. Lucknow
4. Jabalpur
5. Gwalior
6. Jhansi
7. Barrackpore

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT – COMPUTER
SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 50 Class –V Time : 3 Hours
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 15-02-2020
(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 30 questions divided into three sections A, B and C.
(iii) Section A contains 20 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 5 questions of 2 marks each.
Section C contains 5 questions of 4 marks each.

Section A

1. ………….. is a structured delivery of information.


(A) Presentation (B) Slide (C) Design (D) Template

2. …………. view gives on-screen presentation.


(A) Slide show (B) Slide sorter (C) Outline (D) Draft

3. ………… is the method of arranging things and object on a slide.


(A) Theme (B) Template (C) Layout (D) Escape

4. Computer worksheet is also known as ………… worksheet.


(A) Electric (B) Mobile (C) Microsoft (D) Electronic

5. Active cell is the …………. cell.


(A) Selected (B) Coloured (C) Last (D) First

6. The ……….. bar contain two parts: Name box and formula box.
(A) Status (B) Title (C) Formula (D) Scroll

7. ………….. is the shortcut key to select the entire worksheet.


(A) Ctrl + A (B) Ctrl + B (C) Ctrl + C (D) Ctrl + K

8. You have to ……….. with an e-mail program to receive an e-mail account.


(A) Login (B) Register (C) Download (D) Password

9. ………….. stores the e-mail addresses of other people.


(A) Forward (B) Compose (C) Contacts (D) Box

10. Every website on internet has a unique address called …………


(A) Username (B) ISP name (C) URL (D) HTML

Fill in the blank:

11. …………… is the way to send message from one …………. to another computer.

12. You can also send a file as an ……….. with your email.

13. The name of active cell appears in the ………


14. Cells are the boxes created by the …………. of rows and columns.

15. ……………… are a combination of keystrokes that form a sort of a picture relating to an emotion.

State True or False:

16. Header and Footer are the area on the top and bottom margins of each page.

17. Combining two or more cells in the same row or column into a single cell is called margins

18. Operating system is a application software that act as an interface between the computer hardware and
the user.

19. A presentation is a structured delivery of information.

20. Ms-Power point is a system software.

Section B
21. Name the five different ways to create a new presentation in ms-power-point 2007.

22. List two differences between slide sorter view and slide show view.

23. How many row and column are there in Ms-Excel 2007 worksheet ? And also write the first and last cell
address of worksheet?

24. What is spreadsheet? Explain its uses.

25. List any three netiquette of internet?

Section C
26. What do you mean by e-mail? And explain component of an email program?

27. Draw a diagram of excel screen and write the name of all screen elements.

28. What is power-point explain with diagram.

29. What is emoticons? What is internet acronyms?

30. Write notes on following:


(A) Cyber bullying
(B) Worksheet
(C) Internet
(D) Part of worksheet/spreadsheet

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