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CLASS-7TH-B

History- (Chapter- 1 to 5)
S.St Geography- (Chapter- 1 to 5)
Civics- (Chapter- 1 to 5)
Gopal and the Hilsa Fish, Adverb, Notice writting, Preposition, Comprehension, The Rebel, Chivvy, Quality,
English
Determiners, The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom, Pronoun, Sentences, Paragraph writing
Integers, Fractions And Decimals, Rational Numbers, Linear Equations In One Variable, Lines And Angles,
Maths
Triangles, Congruency of Triangles, Constructions, Exponents
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Hindi
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Computer Introduction of Computer, More on MS Window, More on Internet
Physics Units & Measurement, Motion and time, Universe, Heat
Chemistry General Chemistry, Acids Bases & Salts, Fibre to Fabric
Biology Nutrition in Plants, Nutrition in Animals, Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate, Soil
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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION


SUBJECT– SCIENCE
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIth-B Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
I. The question paper is divided into three sections :

SECTION A : Physics 25 MARKS


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

SECTION B : Chemistry 25 MARKS


1 questions of 2 mark each, 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.

SECTION –A

1. Convert the following as [2 Marks]


km m
(i) 0.01 into (ii) 10 Gm into km
hr sec

2. Find the value of 70°C in Fahrenheit and Kelvin scale respectively [2 Marks]

3. Find distance and displacement of the following figure along path ABDC. [2 Marks]

14 m
D B

A
4. Write differences between speed and velocity [3 Marks]
5. Define solar eclipse along with diagram also define umbral amd penumbral images [3 Marks]
–1 –1
6. A bike of red colour travelling at a speed of 20ms reaches to a speed of 40ms in 5sec. Find
acceleration of the bike. [3 Marks]
7. Define different scales of temperatures along with their relationship. [5 Marks]
8. Define planets and explain each of them [5 Marks]

SECTION –B

9. Three liquids are given to you one is hydrochloric acid, another is sodium hydroxide and third is a sugar
solution How will you identify them? You have only turmeric indicator? [2 Marks]
10. How will you find that blue and red litmus paper show different nature in acidic and basic solutions?
[2 Marks]
11. Write the mass number (atomic mass) of following elements - [2 Marks]
(a) Carbon (C) (b) Oxygen (O) (c) Sodium (Na) (d) Magnesium (Mg)

12. State any three differences between acids and bases? [3 Marks]

13. Write the electronic configuration of the following elements [3 Marks]


(a) 18Ar (Argon) (b) 11Na (Sodium) (c) 3Li (Lithium) (d) 20Ca (Calcium)
(e) 7N (Nitrogen) (f) 17Cl (Chlorine)

14. (a) Classify the following fibres as natural or synthetic: Nylon, Wool, Cotton, silk, Polyester and Jute.
(b) What is shearing? [3 Marks]

15. (a) Write the various steps for processing fibres into wool. (in detail)
(b) Explain why an ant acid tablet is taken when you suffer from acidity? [5 Marks]
OR
(a) Write the three limitations or drawbacks of Dalton's atomic theory
(b) Explain why factory waste is neutralised before disposing it into the water?

16. Give the classification of acids with examples [5 Marks]


(a) On the basis of source
(b) On the basis of basicity of an acid
(c) On the basis of strength
OR
(a) Describe the process of neutralisation with the help of an example
(b) Ammonia is found in many household products, such as window cleaners. It turns red litmus blue.
What is its nature?
(c) Write the formula of sulphuric acid

SECTION –C

17. Why do some plants feed on insects ? [2 Marks]

18. The polar bears are white in colour. Explain why? [2 Marks]

19. Name the three digestive glands in our body. [3 Marks]

20. Explain the process of nutrition in amoeba with a well labelled diagram. [3 Marks]

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21. Define the following: [3 Marks]
(A) Symbiosis (B) Dental formula of adult human
(C) Camouflage
OR
Define the following :
(A) Pedology (B) Rumination
(C) Sanguivorous

22. List three adaptations of camel in deserts. [3 Marks]

23. Draw a well labelled diagram of human digestive system. [5 Marks]

24. (A) What are the requirements of photosynthesis? [3 Marks]


(B) List two points to prevent soil pollution. [2 Marks]
OR
(A) Define sandy, clayey and loamy soil. [3 Marks]
(B) What is the function of mucus in stomach? [2 Marks]

25. A student visits two types of field and observes that soil from field A has high percolation rate of water,
while soil from field B has low percolation rate. In field B, paddy crop is grown while in field A' there was
no standing crop. Name two types of soil present in two fields A and B. [2 Marks]

26. A pigment present in leaves of plant makes the food production by leaves possible. What is that
pigment? Will this process occur in absence of this pigment? [2 Marks]

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION


SUBJECT– MATHEMATICS
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIth-B Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
(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.

SECTION –A
1. Write the absolute value of –6. [1 mark]

64
2. Write in the lowest form. [1 mark]
256

3. Solve the equation x – 5 = 7. [1 mark]

4. Find the complement of the following angle: [1 mark]

63°

5. Are the following triangles Congruent. If yes, mention the congruence of the two triangles in symbolic
form. [1 mark]
Z P

8 cm 8 cm

47° 47°
X 6 cm Y Q 6 cm R

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6. Find the value of 11 [1 mark]
SECTION –B
7. Write a pair of integers whose (i) sum is –7 and (ii) difference is –9. [2 marks]

3 1 3
8. Simplify : 5 4 7 [2 marks]
7 2 7

9. Find the value of x, if l || m. [2 marks]


l m

x° 2x°

10. Classify the triangles as acute, obtuse or right, whose angles are : [2 marks]
(i) 50°, 40°, 90° (ii) 120°, 30°, 30°

11. Draw an angle of 60° with the help of compass.(don’t write the steps) [2 marks]

12. Express 216 × 125 as a product of prime factors only in exponential form [2 marks]

SECTION–C
13. Compare which is greater : (7 + 9) × 10 and 7 + 9 × 10 [3 marks]

14. In the given figure the perimeter (the distance all round) of the triangle is 6.5 cm. What is the length of
third side ?

2.3 cm
1.6 cm

7 5 3
15. Arrange the rational numbers , , in ascending order. [3 marks]
10  8  4

1 12
16. The sum of two numbers is . If one of the numbers is , find the other number. [3 marks]
3 3

x 1 x
17. Solve :    2 . Check the result. [3 marks]
8 2 6
18. Find 'y' in each of the following figure : [3 marks]
C D
y
90º
B 2y O 3y

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19. Is it possible to have triangle with the following sides ? Give reason in support of your answer.
(i) 2 cm, 3 cm, 5 cm (ii) 3 cm, 6 cm, 7 cm [3 marks]
(iii) 6 cm, 3 cm, 2 cm

20. In figure, AO = BO and A = B. [3 marks]


(i) Is AOC = BOD ? Why ?
(ii) Is AOC BOD by ASA congruence condition ?
(iii) State the three facts you have used to answer (ii).
A

O D
C

21. Is it possible to construct Triangle PQR with the measurement : P = 70°, Q = 115° and PQ = 4.7 cm.
If not Give reason in Support of your answer. [3 marks]

22. Express the following numbers in Standard form/Scientific notation : [3 marks]


(i) 480,767
(ii) 48096.9
(iii) 9807.86

SECTION–D
23. In a class test containing 10 questions, 5 marks are answered for every correct answer and (–2) marks
are awarded for every incorrect answer and 0 for questions not attempted . [4 marks]
(i) Mohan gets four correct and six incorrect answers. What is his score ?
(ii) Reshma gets five correct answer and five incorrect answers. What is her score ?

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24. The weight of one packet of tea is kg. What is the weight of 20 such packets ? [4 marks]
4

25. Deepak is twice as old as his brother Vikas. If the difference of their ages be 11 years, find their present
ages? [4 marks]

26. In figure, DE || BC find the values of x, y and z. [4 marks]


A
D y E
55°
x

45° z
B C

27. A ladder 13 m long reaches a window which is 5 m above the ground, on one side of street. Keeping its
foot at the same point, the ladder is turned to the other side of the street to reach a window at a height
of 12 m. Find the width of the street. [4 marks]

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28. Fill in the blanks : [magnitude, radii, P Q, length] [4 marks]
(i) If two line segments are congruent, they are equal in ……
(ii) If two angles are congruent, they are equal in …….
(iii) When we write P = Q, it means …….
(iv) If two circles are congruent, they are equal in ……
Note: Copy the complete statement in your copy.

29. Construct an isosceles right triangle PQR, where Q = 90°, PQ = QR = 4.8 cm. [4 marks]

30. Simplify : [4 marks]


2 4
0 0 0
8  3  12
(i) (6 + 7 + 8 ) ÷ 3 (ii)
( 4  3) 4  ( 2  3) 2

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION


SUBJECT– SOCIAL SCIENCE
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIth-B Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
(i) All sections are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 40 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
(iii) Section A contains 16 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 10 questions of 2 marks each.
Section C contains 8 questions of 3 marks each.
Section D contains 4 questions of 5 marks each.

SECTION –A
Answer in one word or in one sentence

1. What do you mean by the term, ‘pan-regional empire’?

2. Define mass media.

3. Write the types of media.

4. Name any two types of government?

5. Mention any two archaeological sources of history.

6. What is the height of Troposphere?

7. What do you mean by AD and BC?

8. How many States and Union Territories are there in India?

9. Which University was founded by The Palas?

10. Define Numismatics.

11. Define “Hindustan” according to Minhaj-i-Siraj.

12. What are the central theme of democracy?

13. Who was the most important leader of Civil Right Movement?

14. How many houses are there in the State legislature ?

15. Define weathering.

16. What is the density of Mantle?


SECTION –B

Very short answer types questions


17. What is Universal Adult Franchise?
18. Differentiate between the intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks.
19. Define Atmosphere. Give the composition of different gases in it (any three gases).
20. What do you know about the erosion and deposition?
21. What are the different types of rainfall ? Define any one.
22. Define chronicles. Name one chronicle and its chronicler.
23. Define rock cycle with diagram.
24. What do you mean Biographies? Give any two examples.
25. Do you think that every one is getting proper health care?
26. Define :
(i) Temperature.
(ii) Meanders.

SECTION –C

Short answer types questions (Do any 8 questions)

27. Why do you think that it is impossible to reach the center of the earth.
28. What do you mean by cartographer and cartography? Name the two cartographers.
29. Explain mid day meal scheme.
30. “Health care in India”. Comment
31. What are the important roles of media in democracy?
32. Discuss the two key elements of democracy.
33. Why is Mahmud of Ghazni called ‘idol-breaker’?
34. Define Mohorovicic and Gutenberg discontinuity.
35. Define :
(i) Floodplain
(ii) Richter Scale
(iii) Ox-bow lakes

SECTION –D

Long answer types questions (Do any 4 questions)

36. What are the social developments during Medieval period,?


37. Discuss the story of Omprakash Valmiki.
38. Explain the different layers of earth.
39. Explain the different layers of atmosphere
40. Write a short note on Rashtrakutas.

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– ENGLISH
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIth-B Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
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
1. Read the passage and answer the following questions. [10 Marks]
No one knows exactly when or where cricket began, but it is most likely that it is began as a children’s game
in England, and was played only by children for many countries. It is believed that the game was invented
by children who belonged to the farming families of South-east England They would play in grass cleaning
or areas gazed by sheep. A matted lump of sheep’s wool, or even a stone or lump of wood, would be used
as ball, a stick or some other farm tool would serve as the bat and a gate or tree stump would be used for
th
the Wicket. The earliest written reference to the game was in 1598, where it was called ‘Creekett’. In the 17
century, it slowly became a village game and adults began to take part in it. Today, Cricket is one of the
most popular sports of the world and is played and watched by the millions.
a. Where is cricket believed to have started?
b. Who were the earlier players of Cricket?
c. When did cricket become a game played by adults?
d. What was the game called at that time?
e. In which year was the earliest written reference to cricket made?

2. Read the passage and answer the following questions. [5 Marks]


A good transport system is very essential in the world today. The word transport means carrying of people
and goods from place to place. Millions of people travel from place to place everyday all over the world.
They travel from town to town, and country, ground and even into space. People travels for service,
business, sight seeing, and to meet other people. A good transport system is very important for the progress
of agriculture, mining and industry. All means of transport have made travel easy, comfortable and fast. It is
very important during the war, floods or famine.
a. What is very essential in the world today?
b. Why do people travel for?
c. Where do people travel all over the world?
d. Why is a good transport system so important ?
e. What is meant by the word ‘transport’?
SECTION –B

Writing

3. You are Vaishali/Vaibhavi. The Vice Head Girl/Head Boy of Oxford Public School, Dehradun. Your
school is organising an inter class Drawing and Painting competition for classes V to VIII. Draft a notice
inviting the students to participate. Give all necessary details. [7 Marks]

4. Write a paragraph on ‘Value of Education’. [8 Marks]

SECTION–C
Grammar
5. Fill in the blanks with prepositions. [4 x 1 = 4 Marks]
a. The shops here are open _________ 9 am to 5 pm. (until, of, from)
b. Do you always come to work ______ bike? (in, of, by)
c. Did you play ______ the garden yesterday? (in, of, by)
d. I have been writing a book ______ 2 years. (for, of, from)

6. Identify and state the kind of adverb. [4 x 1 = 4 Marks]


a. I usually go to bed at 10 o’clock.
b. I was very impressed with her performance.
c. I visit them often.
d. I was walking inside the park.

7. State the kind of sentences. [4 x 1 = 4 Marks]


a. My sister live in Mexico.
b. Always remember what I told you.
c. Will you wait here?
d. I am your friend.

8. Fill in the blanks with determiners. [4 x 1 = 4 Marks]


a. Are there _____ eggs in the basket? (any, a)
b. My mother has bought _____ new dress. (a, some)
c. There aren’t ______ people at the cinema. (many, any)
d. I read ______ books I had. (a few, the few)

9. Underline and state the kind of pronoun. [4 x 1 = 4 marks]


a. Let’s contact one another once we’ve made some progress.
b. She wants to do it herself.
c. Jim gave me the last copy.
d. Nobody said a word all night.
SECTION–D

Literature

10. Answer the following questions in brief. [4 x 2 = 8 marks]


a. Why did the king want no more talks about the Hilsa-fish?
b. Why did the neighbours kill the dog?
c. Why did the author visit the shop so infrequently?
d. What all instructions are given by the adults regarding noise?

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11. Read the extract and answer the questions given below. [5 x 2 = 10 marks]
Stop it!
Are you a courtier or a fisherman? I am sorry I lost my temper, it's the season for Hilsa fish and no one.
a. Who is the speaker of the above lines?
b. Why is he feeling sorry?
c. Why is the speaker asking to be stopped?
d. What made the speaker upset?
e. Find a word from the above lines is synonym of 'anger'.

12. Answer the following questions. [4 x 3 = 12 marks]


a. What three things did Gopal do before he went to buy hilsa-fish?
b. Why is it good to have rebels?
c. Why did the author order so many pair of boats? Did he really need them?
d. How did the spirit of the dog help the farmer first?

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5. fyfi fdls dgrs gSA [2 Marks]

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(i) dud ______ (ii) uhM+ ______
(iii) Toj ______ (iv) fojkV ______
(v) e`nqy ______

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(ii) iznw"k.k

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okf"kZ
d i j h{kk
fo"k; – laLÑr
vf/kdre vad : 80 d{kk –VIIth-B le; : 2 ?k.Vs
lkekU; funZs'k
(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
[k.M ^[k* & ikB~;iwLrd
[k.M ^x* & O;kdj.k
[k.M ^?k* & jpuk
[k.M ^d*
1. v/kksfyf[krkuka 'kCnkUr vFkZ fyf[kr& [6 Marks]
¼i½ laxzgs"kq ¼ii½ u;s ¼iii½ okfr ¼iv½ uh;ekua
¼v½ eRL;dqekZnhu ¼vi½ foLe`R; ¼vii½ xok{kk% ¼viii½ Hk`R;
¼ix½ lk/kZ}n'koknua ¼x½ ifjR;T; ¼xi½ fno³rkx % ¼xii½ izR;kxR;
2. v/kksfyf[kukrku~ le;okpdku~ v³ku
d ins"kq fy[kr [6 Marks]
¼i½ 9 % 00_____ ¼ii½ 11 % 00_____ ¼iii½ 7 % 00_____ ¼iv½ 5 % 00_____
¼v½ 3 % 30_____ ¼vi½ 8 % 00_____ ¼vii½ 7 % 30_____ ¼viii½ 1 % 30_____
¼ix½ 2 % 30_____ ¼x½ 4 % 30_____ ¼xi½ 12 % 30_____ ¼xii½ 10 % 30_____
3. eŒtw"kkr% inkfu fpRok fy³uqx lkj fy[kr [6 Marks]
jRukfu] olqa/kjk] lR;su] lq[kh] vUua] ofÐ%] jfo%] i`Foh] laxfra
iqfYy³a
x L=hfy³a
x uiqaldfy³a
xx
__________ __________ ___________
__________ __________ ___________
__________ __________ ___________

4. e tw"kkr% v³auka d`rs inkfu fpuqr& [2 Marks]


x
pRokfja'kr~] lIrfoa'kfr%] ,df=a'kr~] iŒpk'kr~
40.____________ 27._____________ 31.______________ 50._____________

[k.M ^[k*
5. v/kksfyf[krkuka vO;; inkuka vFkZ fy[kr& [6 Marks]
(i) vR;Ura (ii) vrho (iii) ,dnk (iv) vr%
(v) v/kquk (vi) fde~ (vii) f/kd~ (viii) loZ=
(ix) ;r% (x) 'kh?kze (xi) izHk`fr (xii) izk;%
6. eŒtw"kkr~% inkfu fpRok fjDrLFkkukfu iwj;r& [6 Marks]
izk;%] ;r%] ,oa] vr,o] ,dnk] mPpS] dq=] r=] loZnk] ;kor ~ ] lglk] iqjk
(i) tksj ls (ii) bl izdkj (iii) blfy, (iv) dgk¡
(v) ,dckj (vi) D;ksafd (vii) ogk¡ (viii) vDlj
(ix) ges'kk (x) tc rd (xi) izkphudky (xii) vpkud

7. v/kksfyf[krkuka /kkrwuka ydkja iq:"ka opuŒp fy[kr& [6 Marks]


(i) pfy";Fk% (ii) iB~rke~ (iii) viBe~ (iv) xPNr
(v) /kkoUrq (vi)+-gls;q%

8. mnkgj.ka lfgra ifjHkk"kka fy[kr& [2 Marks]


(i) O;atu o.kZL;&dfr Hkkxk lfUr
(ii) Loj o.kZL;&dfr Hkkxk lfUrA

[k.M ^x*
9. v/kksfyf[krkuka iz'ukuka mÙkjkf.k ,dinsu fy[kr& [10 Marks]
(i) ew<+S % dq= jRulaK k fo/kh;rs\ (ii) yksds o'khÑfr% dk\
(iii) dweZ % dsu ekxsZ.k vU;= xUrqe~ bPNfr\ (iv) ljLrhjs ds vkxPNu~\
(v) dPNi % dq= xUrqe~ bPNfr (vi) dL; Hkous loZfo/kkfu lq[klk/kukfu vklu~\
(vii) Jhd.B % Ñ".kewrsZ % x`ga dnk vxPNr~ (viii) **if.Mrk jekckbZ** dnk tUe vyHkrA
(ix) laLÑr oSnq";s.k lk r= dka&dk mikf/kH;ka foHkwf"krk ¼x½ dL; x`gs dks•fi Hk`R; % ukfLrA

10. v/kksfyf[krkuka iz'ukuka mÙkjkf.k fgUnh Hkk"kk;ks fy[kr [8 Marks]


(i) dPNi % de~ mik;a onfr\ (ii) JhdBL; vkfrF;e~ ds vdqoZu~\
(iii) ikf.Mrk jek ckbZ dnk fookge~ vdjksr~ (iv) Ñ".kewrZS % dfr deZdjk % lfUr\
(v) yEcekua dwe± n`"V~ok xksi kydk % fde~ vonu~ (vi) R;Dr yTt % dq= lq[kh Hkors~\
(vii) dS % la³
xfra dqohZr (viii) i`fFkO;ka cgqjRukfu dkfu\

11. js [ kkf³rinkfu
d vf/kÑR; iz’ufuekZ.ka dq:r & [2 Marks]
(i) lR;su okfr ok;q % (ii) olqU/kjk cgqjRuk Hkofr (iii) lf Hn % ,o lgklhrA (iv) lf Hn eS=h dqohZr

[k.M ^?k*
12. v/kksfyf[krkuka 'yksdkuka vFkZ fy[kr & [10 Marks]
¼d½ /ku/kkU; iz;ksxs"kq fo|k;k % laxzgs"kq pA vkgkjs O;ogkjs p R;DrTt % lq[kh Hkosr~AA
¼[k½ lR;su /kk;Zrs i`Foh lR;su rirs jfo %A lR;su okfr ok;q'p loZa lR;s izfrf"Bre~AA

13. v/kksfyf[kr xa/kk'kL; fgUnh Hkk"kk;s vuqokna dq: & [5+5=10 Marks]
¼d½ Jhd.B % vonr~&**fe=! ro opkukfu JqRok ee eufl egrh izlUrk tkrkA v/kquk vgefi Lodk;kZf.k Lo;eso dÙkZqe~
bPNkfeA** Hkorq lk/kZ}kn'koknufene~A lkEizra x`ga pykfeA
¼[k½ 1922 res f[kz"VkCns jekckbZ&egksn;k;k % fu/kue~ vHkor~A lk ns'k fons'k vusdklq Hkk"kklq fuiq.kk vklhrA
lektlsok;k % vfrfjDra ys[ku{ks=s vfi rL;k egRoiw.kZe~ vonkua vfLrA **L=h/keZuhfr** **gkbZdkLV fgUnw foesu**
bfr rL;k izfl)a jpuk};a orZrsA

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION


SUBJECT– COMPUTER
Maximum Marks : 50 Class –VIIth-B Time : 1 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 22 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
(iii) Section A contains 10 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 4 questions of 2 marks each.
Section C contains 4 questions of 3 marks each.
Section D contains 4 questions of 5 marks each.

Section A
1. Windows explorer is used to manage....................................... [1 Marks]
(A) Files (B) Folders (C) Both (A) and (B) (D) None of these

2. A computer is a very ……… machine. [1 Marks]


(A) fast (B) stupid (C) slow (D) very slow

3. ........................................ option is used to send a copy of the selected file to different locations.
[1 Marks]
(A) Copy (B) Send to (C) New (D) None of these

4. ....................................... keys open Task Manager window. [1 Marks]


(A) Ctrl + Alt (B) Shift + Delete (C) Ctrl + alt + Delete (D) None of these

5. Internet is used to send cards called................................... [1 Marks]


(A) E-shops (B) E-mails (C) E-greetings (D) None of these

6. You can open Windows Explore directly from the ................................ [1 Marks]

7. The Copy option is used to .......................... file/folder. [1 Marks]

8. ............................... is used to display video, images or computer data on larger screen. [1 Marks]

9. Educational institutes now-a-days provide....................................... education. [1 Marks]

10. E-greeting cards are both ................................ and .......................................... [1 Marks]

Section B
11. How many bits make one byte? [2 Marks]

12. Name the different types of scanner? [2 Marks]

13. What is Windows Explorer? [2 Marks]


14. What is the full form of WWW? [2 Marks]
Section C

15. What is the impact of internet on our society? [3 Marks]

16. What is downloading? [3 Marks]

17. Define the term hardware and software? [3 Marks]

18. What is data hierarchy? [3 Marks]

Section D

19. Explain computer memory and its types? [5 Marks]

20. Write short not on the [5 Marks]


(a) copy/paste option (b) cut/paste option

21. How is Internet used in the field of education? [5 Marks]

22. How do you copy the text from a webpage to a document? [5 Marks]

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