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SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIth Time : 3 Hours
I. The question paper is divided into three sections :

SECTION A : Physics 25 MARKS

3 questions of 2 mark each, 3 questions of 3 marks each, 1 questions of 5 marks each 1 Practical/
Activity/knowledge based questions of 5 marks.

SECTION B : Chemistry 25 MARKS

1 question of 2 marks 3 questions of 3 marks each, 2 questions of 5 marks each and 2 Practical/
Activity/knowledge based questions of 2 marks each.

SECTION C : Biology 30 MARKS

2 questions of 2 mark each, 4 questions of 3 marks each, 2 questions of 5 marks each and 2 Practical/
Activity/knowledge based questions of 2 marks each.
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.

1. (a) S.I unit of current. [1+1=2 Marks]
(b) S.I unit of force.

2. (a) Define magnet. [1+1=2 Marks]

(b) What is light ?

3. (a) What is the difference between umbra and penumbra? [1 + 1 = 2 Marks]

(b) What are insulators?

4. What are the things required to form a shadow ? [3 Marks]

5. (a) What is transparent object ? Give two examples of it [2 + 1 = 3 Marks]

(b) What is First class lever ?

6. (a) What is lightning conductors? [1 + 1 + 1 = 3 Marks]

(b) What is Rain?
(c) What is Solar energy?

7. Match the following [5 Marks]

(a) Cell (e)

(b) key (f)

(c) Bulb (g)

(d) Convergent beam (h)

(e) Divergent beam (i)

8. (a) Draw the magnetic field lines around a bar magnet. [2 + 3 = 5 Marks]
(b) What is rectilinear propagation of light? Draw a labelled diagram to show rectilinear propagation of

9. What are soluble and insoluble materials? Give two examples of each. [2 Marks]

10. Classify the following materials into transparent, translucent, and opaque. [3 Marks]
(a) Metal sheet (b) Oily paper
(c) Frosted glass (d) Wood
(e) Mirror (e) Air

11. (i) What are physical changes ? Give two examples. [3 Marks]
(ii) What are chemical changes ? Give two examples.

12. Define the following terms : [3 Marks]

(i) Solubility
(ii) Solute
(iii) Solvent

13. Classify the following as reversible or irreversible changes. [5 Marks]

(a) Sharpening of pencil (b) Evaporation of water
(c) Curdling of milk (d) Rusting of iron
(e) Breaking of plastic toy (f) Blowing of balloon

14. Match the two columns. [5 Marks]

Column A Column B
1. Envelope of air (i) Photosynthesis
2. Oxygen (ii) Controls burning
3. Carbon dioxide (iii) Atmosphere
4. Nitrogen (iv) Gaseous form of water
5. Water vapour (v) Supports combustion

15. Answer in one word : [2 Marks]

(i) The reverse of melting.
(ii) Digestion of food is which change.

16. Riya accidentally poured sunflower oil into a jar of water. Can she reverse this change ? If yes, how ? [2 Marks]


17. Separate the leaves of the plant having reticulate venation from those having parallel venation:
Hibiscus, Maize, Wheat, Rose, Mango, Grass, Banana, Pea [2 marks]

18. What food items do we obtain from plants? Give examples. [2 Marks]

19. Differentiate between [3 Marks]

(i) Pivot joints and Hinge joints.
(ii) Complete and incomplete flower.
(iii) Bone and cartilage
What are the main functions of the skeletal system? (Any three)

20. Draw the structure of a flower. Label its different parts. [3 Marks]
Draw the structure of leaf of a plant. Label its different parts.

21. Fill in the blanks:- [3 Marks]

1. _______ is the underground, non green part of the plant body.
2. The edible plant part in spinach is the ___________.
3. Liquid skeleton is present in__________.
4. Excretion of water from the human body occurs in the form of __________ and ___________.
5. Glass is a ___________ waste.
6. Skeletal system of our body is formed by ___________ and ___________.

22. Give one word for each of the following. [3 Marks]

1. Large open area for solid waste disposal. ___________________
2. An organ protected by the ribcage. ___________________
3. Flat green part of a leaf. ___________________
4. Animals consumes dead bodies of other animals. ___________________
5. Scarcity of water for a long time. ___________________
6. A thick muscular organ responsible for movement in snails. ___________________

23. Define the following:- [5 Marks]

1. Climbers
2. Immovable joints
3. Water table
4. Composting
5. Dairy products

24. (A) Match the following :- [3+2= 5 Marks]

Column A Column B
1. Ingredients A. Method of water conservation
2. Herbs B. Chemical discharge from factories
3. Ligament C. Material used to prepare food
4. Rainwater harvesting D. Hollow bones
5. Liquid waste E. Wheat

6. Birds F. Place where two bones are held together

(B) State whether the following statements are True (T) or False (F)
1. Sepals in most flowers are colorful. ( )
2. Cockroach is an animal without a backbone. ( )
3. Solid waste generated in our homes is a domestic waste. ( )
4. The water collected under the ground is spring water. ( )

25. Bhakti cut empty pages and sheets from notebooks of her previous class, put them together to make a
beautiful note pad which she brought to class. Her friends saw it and did the same and the teachers got
every class to do it. [2 Marks]
(A) Which of the three R's was followed by Bhakti?
(B) What are the 3R’s?

26. Vikram, a yoga expert met with a major road accident in which he suffered multiple fractures affecting
his backbone too. Surprisingly Vikram was back on his feet within four months and back to work within
six months. [2 Marks]
(A) What according to you could be the reason for Vikram coming back to normal routine soon?
(B) What did the backbone and multiple fractures restricts Vikram from?

SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VI Time : 3 Hours


(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 30 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
(iii) Section A contains 6 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 6 questions of 2 marks each.
Section C contains 10 questions of 3 marks each.
Section D contains 8 questions of 4 marks each.
(iv) Use of calculators is not permitted.

1. Find the value of x in the given equation:
x – 8 = – 12

2. Divide 1 hour in the ratio 2 : 3

3. Find the angle between the hands of a clock at 3:30 O’clock.

4. What shapes would you need to cut out of paper to build a triangular prism?

5. How many lines of symmetry does an isosceles triangle have?

6. One side of a rectangular field of area 0.5 ha is 125 m. Find the other side in metres.


7. Draw a line segment AB = 8 cm. Mark a point P on AB such that AP = 4.5 cm. Draw a perpendicular to
AB at P by using compass.

8. Find the LCM of 9, 14 and 21 using prime factorisation method.

9. Evaluate: (a–b) (b–c) for a = 2, b = –5, c = – 8.

10. Find the value of x in the proportion.

9 : 5 : : 36 : x – 3

11. What is a Rhombus? Write its basic properties.

12. Find the area of a rectangle if its perimeter is 42 cm and length is 8 cm.
13. Following is a bar graph of circulation of newspaper (daily times) in a town in six languages. Study the
bar graph and answer the following questions.

(i) Find the number of newspapers circulated in Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Marathi and Tamil.
(ii) Name the language in which the least number of newspapers are circulated.
(iii) What is the difference between the number of Hindi and English paper being read?
(iv) Write the names of newspapers circulated in different languages in ascending order of their

14. Find the area of given figure?


3 cm 5 cm
6 cm
6 cm
3 cm

15. Draw an angle of 135º with the help of compass. Also write construction steps.

16. Draw a net of triangular and square pyramid. How many faces, edges and corners are there in a cylinder?

17. Given below is a rectangle ABCD. AB = 10 cm and BC = 4 cm. Find BAD, CD and AD.


18. The ratio of the speeds of two vehicles is 2 : 3. If the second vehicle covers 72 km in 2 hours. What is
the speed of the first vehicle?

19. What is the number x, if 4 less than 3 times x equals 8?

20. On his next birthday, one-third of Shankar’s age will be 10 years. If y represents his age on his next
birthday, write an equation to solve y. Also find his age now?

21. The ratio of the income to the savings of a family is 15 : 4. Find the expenditure if the saving is ` 2800.

22. The HCF and LCM of two numbers are 13 and 1989 respectively. If one of the numbers is 117,
determine the other.

23. The cost b of a book is ` 13 more than the cost of a pen. The cost of the pen is ` 8 less than the cost r
of a register. If the register costs ` 80, find the cost of the book and the pen.

24. If a = 6 and x = 2, find the value of :

2ax  7x  10
4ax  3a  2

25. Draw an angle of 150º with the help of compass and bisect it. Also write construction steps.

26. A rope of length 60 cm is cut into two pieces. One piece is used to form a rectangle of length 12 cm and
width 6 cm. The other piece is bent into a hexagon. What is the length of each side of the hexagon.

27. Read the following bar graph given in figure and answer the following questions:

(i) What information is given by this bar graph?

(ii) Which two states have same production in 1993-94?
(iii) Name the state having same production in both the years?
(iv) Which state has minimum production?

28. Square shaped stamps, each of side 2 cm are pasted on a rectangular sheet of paper 30 cm by 18 cm,
without any gaps, what is the number of stamps pasted?

29. The perimeter (Sum of all sides of a regular octagon is 64 cm.) Equilateral triangles stand on each side
of the octagon. Find the perimeter of all the equilateral triangles.


30. (i) By how many degrees do you turn in the clockwise direction from south to North-East
(ii) Divide ` 2400 between Rahul, Ankit and Madhavi in the ratio 3 : 5 : 7.

SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VI Time : 3 Hours
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.


1. Read the passage given below : [7 Marks]
Often students who are very fond of reading books are labelled by their comrades as bookworms.
Those disparagements generally come from the mouths of students who consider themselves as being
‘gamesters’. Boys who shine in athletics or in the playing of some game — particularly cricket, consider
that the games’ field is a better or nobler arena for their activities and the expenditure of their energies
than the classroom or the reading desk. The idea is born out of an inferiority complex inherent in the
games minded students who actually envy their fellows who ‘shine academically. Academic honours
have a glamour which is unique.

It is not to be denied that the playing of games is a worthy activity; it is worthy in the sense that the team
spirit can be engendered in the individual only if he has learnt to participate in the playing of games. It is
also true that the player does much for society and for his country on the Playing field. It is true that the
feeling of cooperation can be cultivated in a person only through group activity. But studies should not
be sacrificed in order that students devote their time only to the playing of games. It is my observation
that those boys who become obsessed with the playing, particularly of cricket, begin to ignore their
studies and then their academic ability suffers, as it must.

1.1 On the basis of your reading of the above passage answer the following questions :
(i) Which students are labelled as bookworms?
(ii) What is the main goal of education, according to the author?
(iii) What advice does the writer give for involving oneself in games and sports?
(iv) What is the handicap that arises out of, over-involvement in games?
(v) Why do ‘Gamesters’ tend to call academically sound students ‘bookworms’?
(vi) Find words from the passage which mean the same as :
(a) friends (b) useful.
2. Read the passage given below : [8 Marks]
We give undue importance to our health and the treatment of diseases. A large number of medicines
treat only the symptoms of the disease, and not the root cause. In fact, the cause of many chronic
ailments is still being researched. It is here that Yoga therapy comes to our assistance. Yoga
emphasizes the treatment of the root cause of an ailment. It works in a slow, subtle and miraculous
manner. Modern medicine can claim to save a life at a critical stage, but, for complete recovery and
regaining of normal health, one must believe in the efficiency of Yoga therapy. The Yogic way of life
includes a code of ethics, regulations, discipline and more, combined with prayer and meditation. Even
a discussion of these subjects
Helps one relieve mental tensions and change attitudes. Simple Asanas help to stretch and relax the
whole body and neutralize tensions. The sincere practice of Yoga postures benefits all levels of
experience. Through continued practice, Yoga postures can have a profound effect on the inner
dimensions of life, establishing deep calm, concentration, emotional stability and confidence. Man is
physical; mental and spiritual being; yoga helps promote a balanced development of all the three. Other
forms of physical exercises, like aerobics, assure only physical well-being. They have little to do with the
development of the spiritual or astral body.

2.1 On the basis of your reading of the above passage answer the following questions:
(i) What do most of the medicines treat?
(ii) What does the phrase ‘Chronic ailments’ refer to?
(iii) How is yoga different from other treatments?
(iv) What does the yogic way of life include?
(v) What do ‘Simple Asanas’ help too?
(vi) How does a sincere practice of yoga postures benefit us?
(vii) How does yoga therapy work?
(viii) Is yoga better than physical exercises? How?


3. Write a letter to the Mayor of your city seeking a solution to the problem of water logging in your
area. You are Raj / Rani of Dharma Colony, Ramgarh. [8 Marks]

4. Write a paragraph on the topic “My Favourite Season.” [7 Marks]


5. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate tense form. [4 Marks]

(i) The boys were playing games when it ………. (was starting/started) raining.
(ii) You were watching TV when I …… (am preparing/was preparing) for my exam.
(iii) The phone ………………………. (rang/was ringing) while I was cooking dinner.
(iv) How long ……………………… (have you been/are you) a social activist?

6. Change the following sentences from the Active Voice to the Passive Voice: [4 Marks]
(i) The man cut down the tree.
(ii) Columbus discovered America.
(iii) His teacher praised him.
(iv) The boy teased the dog.

7. Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of verb. Choose the answers from the options given in
the brackets. [4 Marks]
(i) One of my friends ..................... .. gone to France.(has,have)
(ii) Each of the boys ..................... . given a present.(was,were)
(iii) Neither of the contestants ..................... .. able to win a decisive victory.(was,were)
(iv) Oil and water ..................... .. not mix.(do,does)

8. Complete the following sentences using the appropriate singular/ plural of the word given in the
brackets . [2 Marks]
(i) The ___ is playing in the park. (boy)
(ii) she is a well known _____ writer. (story)

9. Change the nouns in bold from the masculine to the feminine. [2 Marks]
(i) The bridegroom spoke to the priest.
(ii) His brother works as a waiter.

10. Write the meaning of the following idioms and phrasal verbs. Also make a sentence using each
one. [4 Marks]
(i) In time (ii) In no time (iii) Put off (iv) Take off


11. Read the extract of poem and answer the questions : [4 Marks]
The watchman swings his lantern and walks with his shadow at his side, and never once goes to bed in
his life. I wish I were a watchman walking the street all night, chasing the shadows with my lantern.
(i) What is the name of the poem?
(ii) Who is the poet of this poem?
(iii) What does a watchman do?
(iv) What is the wish of the poet?

12. Write the meanings for the following words. [5 Marks]

(i) snout (ii) mesmerise (iii) defiance (iv) combatants
(v) sacs (vi) forage (vii) dodge (viii) a trifle
(ix) seldom (x) nominate

13. Answer the following questions in about 30-40 words. [6 Marks]

(i) “The situation changed.” What is being referred to?
(ii) Why was Rasheed upset?
(iii) List out the happenings about which the poet is worried about in the poem “WHATIF”.

14. Answer the following questions in about 70-80 words. [10 Marks]
(i) Who were the other two spectators? What did they do ? Did they watch or did they join the fight?
(ii) What wishes does the child in the poem make? Why does the child want to be a hawker, a gardener
or a watchman?

15. Read the following poem and answer the questions : [5 Marks]
Words are the food and dress of thought
They give it its body and swing
And everyone’s longing today to hear
Some fresh and beautiful thing;
But only words can free a thought
From its prison behind your eyes
May be your mind is holding now
A marvellous new surprise!
(i) What are the food and dress of thoughts?
(ii) We may express our thoughts with the help of __________.
(iii) Who can free a thought? __________
(iv) Thoughts is poisoned behind __________
(v) Find a word from the poem with opposite meaning of ‘ugly’. __________

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[k.M ^[k* & O;kdj.k
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1. fuEufyf[kr x|ka”k dks i<+dj ml ij vk/kkfjr iz”uksa ds mÙkj fyf[k, & [10 Marks]
fØlel bZlkbZ /keZ ds laLFkkid bZlk elhg dk tUefnu gSA fo”o ds vU; bZlkbZ /kEkkZoyafc;ksa ds lkFk Hkkjr
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vius ?kj dks lkQ&lqFkjk dj ltkrk&laokjrk gSA fxjtk?kjksa esa jax&fcjaxh irkdkvksa vkSj *izdk”k O;LFkk* ds
chp lkewfgd izkFkZuk,¡ dh tkrh gaSA
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vkÑfr ij txex izdk”k O;oLFkk djrs gSA fØlel ij yksx ,d&nwljs dks c/kkbZ i= ¼dkMZ½ Hkh Hkstrs gSaA
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fnu yksx jkf= esa y{eh ds *vkxeu* dh izrh{kk djrs gSaA
(i) fØlel dk R;ksgkj D;ksa euk;k tkrk gS \
(ii) yksx fØlel dk R;ksgkj fdl izdkj eukrs gSa \
(iii) ^fØlel Vªh^ ds fo’k; esa crkb,A
(iv) fØlel ij lsaVk DykWt ds vkus dh izrh{kk dh ijaijk fdl R;ksgkj ls lekurk j[krh gS\
(v) foykse “kCn fyf[k,&izdk”k] jkf=A
(vi) ^?kj^ “kCn ds nks i;kZ;okph fyf[k,A
[k.M ^[k* (O;kdj.k)
2. uhps fy[ks iz”uksa ds mÙkj fyf[k,A [12 Marks]
(i) laKk fdls dgrs gS \ blds izdkjksa dks le>kb,A
(ii) loZuke ds Hksn mnkgj.k lfgr fyf[k,A
(iii) la[;kokpd vkSj ifjek.kokpd fo”ks’k.k esa varj fyf[k,A
(iv) izR;; vkSj milxZ esa varj mnkgj.k lfgr fyf[k,A
(v) Hkk’kk ds Hksnksa dks mnkgj.k lfgr fyf[k,A
(vi) Hkk’kk vkSj cksyh esa varj fyf[k,A

3. ¼d½ fuEufyf[kr eqgkojksa dks vFkZ fyf[k, & [10 Marks]

(i) ,d vkSj ,d X;kjg gksuk (ii) va/ks dh ykBh
(iii) Hkhxh fcYyh cuuk (iv) [kwu ilhuk ,d djuk
¼[k½ fuEufyf[kr ”kCnksa ds nks&nks i;kZ;okph fyf[k, &
(i) vfXu (ii) bZ”oj (iii) rkykc (iv) ioZr
¼x½ uhps fy[ks okD;ka”kksa ds fy, ,d ”kCn fyf[k, &
(i) ftldk var u gks (ii) de [kpZ djus okyk
(iii) ftldk dksbZ “k=q u tUek gks (iv) lc dqN tkuus okyk
¼?k½ uhps fy[ks ”kCnksa ds fyax cnydj fyf[k, &
(i) cqf)eku (ii) f”k{kd (iii) ys[kd (iv) csVk

4. ¼d½ izR;; vkSj ewy”kCn ls ”kCn:i dk fuekZ.k dhft, & [6 Marks]

(i) cw<+k $ ik (ii) fy[k $ vkbZ (iii) iafMr $ vkbu (iv) fey $ vkoV
¼[k½ milxZ vkSj ewy”kCn ls ”kCn:i dk fuekZ.k dhft, &
(i) vi $ eku (ii) v/k $ f[kyk (iii) ge $ ”kDy (iv) fuj~ $ Hk;
¼x½ uhps fy[ks”kCnksa dk cgqopu :i fyf[k, &
(i) ”kk[kk (ii) vk¡[k (iii) tkfr (iv) cPpk

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

5. fuEufyf[kr iz”uksa ds mÙkj la{ksi esa fyf[k, & [8 Marks]
(i) jktIik ukxjktu ds ?kj D;ksa x;k Fkk \
(ii) y{ehckbZ dks fdldh dgkfu;k¡ ;kn Fkh \
(iii) ftudh vk¡[ksa gksrh gSa] os yksx cgqr de D;ksa ns[krs gS
(iv) izÑfr dk tknw fdls dgk x;k gS \
(v) fL=;ksa ds xhrksa dh D;k fo”ks’krk gS \
(vi) jke us Fkdh gqbZ lhrk dh D;k lgk;rk dh \
(vii) tknwxj pax dh paxyuck us ejus ls igys D;k dgk Fkk \
(viii) xk¡/khth fdl vkJe esa jgrs Fks \ ;g vkJe fdl jkT; esa fLFkr gS \

6. fuEufyf[kr iz”uksa ds mÙkj foLrkj ls fyf[k, & [15 Marks]

(i) yanu esa Hkkst ij cqyk, tkus ij xk¡/khth us D;k fd;k \
(ii) yksdxhr fdls dgrs gS \ bldh D;k fo”ks’krk,¡ gaS \
(iii) *eSa lcls NksVw gksÅ¡* dfork esa ;g D;ksa dgk x;k gS fd cM+k cukdj ek¡ cPps dks Nyrh gS \
(iv) >k¡lh dh jkuh ds thou dh dgkuh vius “kCnksa esa fyf[k,
(v) ukxjktu ds vyce ds fgV gks tkus ij jktIik ds eu dh D;k n”kk gqbZ \

7. fuEu ”kCnksa ds vFkZ fyf[k, & [4 Marks]

(i) te?kV (ii) Hk`dqVh (iii) fu;ker (iv) lfTtr djuk
(v) vkstLoh (vi) vuqlj.k (vii) i.kZ dqVh (viii) vkxarqd

[k.M ^?k* (jpuk)

8. fuEu esa ls fdlh ,d fo’k; ij fuca/k fyf[k, & [10 Marks]
vkradokn ,d leL;k
[ksydwn dk egÙo
9. fuEu esa ls fdlh ,d fo’k; ij i= fyf[k, & [5 Marks]
:i;s e¡xokus ds fy, firkth dks i= fyf[k, A
lkbfdy [kksus dh lwpuk nsrs gq, Fkkuk/;{k dks i= fyf[k,A

SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VI Time : 3 Hours
(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).


1. The word Jaina comes from the term :

(A) Jana (B) Jina (C) Jain (D) Jini

2. Who wrote Arthashastra?

(A) Ashoka (B) Chandragupta Maurya
(C) Chanakya (D) Bindusar

3. In the northern part of the country, the village head was known as
(A) Grama Bhojaka (B) Villalar
(C) Griphapatis (D) Karmakara

4. Which rulers were known as lords of the dakshinapatha?

(A) Cholas (B) Cheras
(C) Satavananas (D) Pandyas

5. Name the love story of Dushyanta and Shakuntala

(A) Abhijnana Shakuntalam (B) Abhinana Shakun
(C) Abhijnana Shakuni (D) None of these

6. When was Manimekalai composed by Sattanar?

(A) 1450 years ago (B) 1400 years ago
(C) 1350 years ago (D) 1300 years ago

7. Ravikirti was a court poet of

(A) Chandragupta-I (B) Vikramaditya
(C) Pulakeshin-II (D) Harshavardhana

8. Who among the following is in charge of a police station?

(A) the sub inspector (B) the station house officer
(C) the tehsildar (D) the deputy superintendent of police
9. The basic idea behing framing a local government is that local people
(A) An more educated
(B) cannot protest against the government
(C) Know their problems much batter than anybody ase
(D) None of these

10. The cities with population between 20,000 and 10 lakhs have
(A) The nagar panchayats (B) Municipal councils
(C) Municipal corporations (D) Zila Parishads

11. The fishermen do not catch fish in the

(A) Spring season (B) Monsoon season
(C) Winter season (D) Summer season

12. Which of the following are generally engaged in self-employment?

(A) Bank employees (B) Garment workers
(C) Domestic servants (D) Vegetable vendors

13. The Hindu succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 encourages

(A) Gender equality (B) Gender Inequality
(C) Communalism (D) Regionalism

14. Which of the following got submerged under the sea water in 2004 during the tsunami?
(A) Port Blair (B) Indira point
(C) Nanda Devi (D) Palk Strait

15. Graben and horst are the features of

(A) fold mountains (B) Volcanic mountains
(C) coastal plateau (D) block mountains

16. The north-south extent of India is

(A) 3214 kms (B) 2933 km (C) 3014 kms (D) 3414 kms

17. The lakshdweep Islands are situated in the

(A) Arabian sea (B) Bay of Bengal
(C) Indian ocean (D) None of these

18. Which one of the following places receive maximum rainfall in the world?
(A) Cherrapunji (B) Dispur
(C) Kohima (D) Mawsynram

19. Which of the following is not associated with the tropical rain forests?
(A) Mahagany (B) Sal (C) Rosewood (D) Cactus

20. National Bird of India is

(A) Peacock (B) Lion (C) Tiger (D) Parrot


21. What are the sources of funding of Gram Panchayat.

22. Give a brief account on :-

(i) Tehsildar
(ii) Municipality
(iii) Small farmers

23. Why do farmers take loan from the traders? How do they repay it?

24. What do you known about the location of India?

25. What are the main physical features of India?

26. Write a short note on Samudra gupta.

27. Why did the Chinese Pilgrims come to India? Give reasons.

28. What were the main teachings of the Upanishadic thinkers?

29. Why did Ashoka’s victory in Kalinga war not bring any joy and satisfaction for him?

30. What do you understand by shrenis? Who formed them and why?
How did Samudra gupta deal with different kinds of rulers?

31. What steps can be taken by the government to help small farmers when they get into a debt? Discuss.

32. What is the difference between a Gram Sabha and Gram Panchyat?
In what ways is a permanent and regular job different from a casual job? Discuss.

33. Write a short note on major domains of the earth.

34. Suggest some measures to control the misuse of natural resources or to save our landforms.
Differentiate between weather and climate
Write a short note on natural vegetation and wildlife of India.

35. On the outline map of India. Show the following :-
(i) Gir National Park
(ii) Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
(iii) Vindhyas Ranges
(iv) The great Indian Desert
(v) Arunachal Pradesh
(vi) States where tropic of cancer passes.

SESSION 2019-20
Maximum Marks : 50 Class –VI Time : 3 Hours
(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. To use your e-mail account, enter …………….. name and …………. in appropriate boxes.
(A) Login, password (B) Website, password
(C) Password, login (D) Password, website

2. All the deleted emails move to ………..

(A) Drafts (B) Inbox (C) Trash (A) All

3. Unread e-mails are highlighted in …………..

(A) Bold (B) Italic (C) Underline (D) None

4. Which of the following is not e-mail program?

(A) Gmail (B) Discovery (C) Rediff mail (D) All

5. Every formula in excel must begin with an ………… sign.

(A) + (B) % (C) = (D) &

6. ………….. key is used to modify the content in the cell.

(A) F1 (B) F5 (C) F2 (D) F4

7. Ctrl + X and Ctrl + V combination is used to …………. and ……… the content of cell.
(A) Cut, paste (B) Copy, paste (C) Insert, delete

8. A formula in Ms Excel can be a maximum of ………… character in length.

(A) 1088 (B) 1048 (C) 8192 (D) 1000

9. To remove contents of cell. Select it and press …………. key.

(A) Esc (B) Enter (C) Delete (D) Ctrl

10. …………. option is used to send a copy of the same message to some other people.
(A) Carbon copy (B) Blind carbon copy (C) Copy, paste (D) None of these

Fill in the blank:–

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

12. Email can reach any where in the ………….

13. Shortcut key to insert a new slide is …………..

14. Ms Power Point is a part of ……………

15. To preview your slide, ………… button is used.

State True or False :

16. Microprocessor was first invented by Intel corporation in the late 1970s.

17. The default view of the control panel is category view

18. Line spacing is the amount of horizontal space between the line of text in a paragraph.

19. Power Point is a word processing software

20. Custom animation means to add a special visual or sound effect to an object on the slide.

Section B
21. Write about some new features of Ms-Power Point 2007.

22. What are the basic types of operators available in Ms-Excel? Give an example of each type.

23. What is the use of Max () and Min () function in Ms-Excel.

24. Write the difference between reply and forward option.

25. What do you mean by e-mail? When do you use CC option?

Section C
26. Define the term sorting and its type.

27. What is ms-excel software? Write the rules to write a formula in Excel.

28. What is power point software? Explain bullets and numbers command.

29. Explain E-mail system with diagram. Write the example of an email address.

30. Write short notes on :

1. Sum () with example
2. Average () with example
3. Templates
4. Arguments in function

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(i) lHkh iz'u djuk vfuok;Z gS-

(ii) bl iz'u i= esa pkj [k.M fn;s x;s gS
[k.M ^d* & ifBr&vocks/kue~
[k.M ^[k* & ikB~;iqLrd
[k.M ^x* & vuqÁ;qDr O;kdj.k
[k.M ^?k* & jpukRed dk;Ze~
[k.M ^d*
1. v/kksfyf[krkuka 'kCnkuka vFkZe~ fy[kr~ [5 Marks]
(i) e`xk% (ii) euksjFkS% (iii) ikndUnqde~ (iv) pyfp=e~
(v) in=k.ksa (vi) olukfu (vii) ”kL;ksRlo% (viii) ”khrye~
(ix) foeys (x) foeku;kue~

2. ”yksdka”kku~ ;kst;r~ [5 Marks]

(i) rLekr~ fiz;a gh oDrO;a losZ rq’;fUr tUro%A
(ii) xPNu~ fiihydks ;kfr thous ;ks u lkFkZd%A
(iii) fiz; okD; iznkusu dks Hksn% fiddkd;ks%A
(iv) fda Hkosr~ rsu ikBsu ;kstUkkuka ”krkU;fiA
(v) dkd% d`’.k% fid% d`’.k% opus dk nfjnzrkA

3. foykse inkfu ;kst;r & [5 Marks]

(i) mUur% lq[kh
(ii) xxus fodh;Z
(iii) lqUnj vour%
(iv) fpRok i`fFkO;ke~
(v) nq[kh vlqUnj

4. e×tw"kkr i;kZ;okfp inkfu fpRok fy[kr~& [5 Marks]

jfo] oL=kf.k] ttZje~] vf/kde~] fiiklk
(i) r`’kk ________
(ii) olukfu ________
(iii) lw;Z% ________
(iv) th.kZe~ ________
(v) foiqye~ ________
[k.M ^[k*
5. Á”ukuke~ mŸkjkf.k fy[kr& [10 Marks]
(i) fid dkd;ks% Hksn% dnk Hkofr\
(ii) losZ tUro% dsu rq’;fUr\
(iii) Jes.k dk ljlk Hkofr\
(iv) ds’kka deZohjRoa u u”;fr\
(v) iq’iksRloL; vk;kstua dnk Hkofr\
(vi) vLekad Hkkjrns”k% dhn`”k% vfLr\
(vii) dfr ckydk% Lukuk; vxPNu~
(viii) ekxsZ d% vkxPNr~\
(ix) o;e~ dfLeu~ yksds izfo”kke\
(x) vU;k ef{kdk dq= n”kfr\

6. fHkUu oxZL; ina fpuqr & ¼tks vyx gks½ [5 Marks]

(i) i=kf.k] iq’ikf.k] Qykfu] fe=kf.k = ________
(ii) e;wjk%] pVdk%] “kqdk%] e.Mwdk% = ________
(iii) ys[kuh] iqfLrdk] v/;kfidk] vtk = ________
(iv) iqLrdky;] ';keiV~V%] izkpk;Z] lkSfpd = ________
(v) lw;Z%] pUnz%] vEcqn%] 'kqØ% = ________

7. v/kksfyf[krkfu inkfu vk/k`R; lkFkZdkfu okD;kfu jp;r& ¼okD; cukb,½ [5 Marks]

drkZ deZ /kkrq%/fØ;k
(i) okujk% ous’kq rjfUr
(ii) flagk% o`{ks’kq u`R;fUr
(iii) e;wjk% tys mRirfUr
(iv) eRL;k% vkdk”ks xtZfUr
(v) [kxk% m|kus dwnZfUr

[k.M ^x*

8. (i) xe~ /kkrq yksV~ ydkjs fy[kr~ [3 Marks]

(ii) iB~ /kkrq y`V~ ydkjs fy[kr~ [3 Marks]

9. (i) ^ckfydk vkdkjkUr L=hfyax “kCn :ikf.k fy[kr~ ¼izFkek ls r`rh;k½ [3 Marks]
(ii) ^iq’i^ uiqldfyax “kCn :I ¼izFkek ls iapeh½ [5 Marks]

10. la[;k okpd “kCnk% laLd`r Hkk’kk;ka fy[kr~ [4 Marks]

(i) 5 (ii) 8 (iii) 11 (iv) 15
(v) 19 (vi) 20 (vi) 25 (vii) 30

11. Å’e O;tau] Li”kZ O;tau rFkk vUrLFk O;tau dr;% lfUr fy[kr~ [3 Marks]

[k.M ^?k*
12. dks’Bds’kq iznÙk “kCns’kq leqfpr ina fpRok fjDr LFkkukfu iwj;r& [5 Marks]
(i) _______ cgo% mRlok HkofUrA ¼Hkkjre~/Hkkjrs½
(ii) _______ iq’ikf.k fodlfUrA ¼m|kuL;/m|kus½
(iii) Nk=k% _______ iz;ksxs dqoZfUrA ¼iz;ksx”kkyk;ke~/iz;ksx”kkyk;k%½
(iv) [kxk% _______ fuolfUrA ¼uhMkfu/uhMs’kq½
(v) _______ ehuk% olfUrA ¼ljksojkr~/ljksojs½

13. mi;qZDr dFkukuka le{ke~ ^vke~^ vuqi;qZDr dFkukuka le{k ^u^ bfr fy[kr& [5 Marks]
(i) “khrs “kjhjs dEiua u HkofrA ¼ ½
(ii) d`’kdk% losZH;% vUua ;PNfUrA ¼ ½
(iii) opus nfjnzrk u dÙkZO;kA ¼ ½
(iv) vLekfHk% fiz;a oDrO;e~A ¼ ½
(v) ,d% ckyd% u|ka eXu%A ¼ ½

14. e×tw"kkr% mi;qDrkuke~ vO;; inkuka iz;ksxs.k fjDr LFkkukfu iwj;r & [5 Marks]
¼dqr%] dnk] dq=] dFke~] fde~½
(i) o’kkZdkys e;wjk% _______ dqoZfUr\
(ii) ro LokLF;a _______ vfLr\
(iii) xM+kkunha _______ izogfr\
(iv) Roa _______ iqjha xfe’;kfe\
(v) txUukFkiqjh _______ vfLr\

15. v/kksfyf[krkuka “yksdkuka fgUnh Hkk’kk;ka vuqokna fy[kr~ ¼dksbZ nks½ [4 Marks]
(i) xzh’es “kjhja lLosna “khrs dEie;a lnkA
gysu p dqnkysu rkS rq {ks=kf.k d’kZr%AA
(ii) fiz;okD; iznkusu losZ rq’;fUr ekuok%A
rLekr~ fiz;a fg oDrO;a opus dk nfjnzrkAA
(iii) iqLrds ifBr% ikB% thous uSo lkf/kr%A
fda Hkosr~ rsu ikBsu thous ;ks u lkFkZd%AA