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CLASS-8TH-B, C

History -When, Where and How, The Rise &Growth of the Company Power, Our Constitution, Resources,
Agrarian Structure under the British, Colonialism & Tribal Societies, Secularism, Abiotic Resources:Land, Soil
S.St & Water, Crafts, Industries & Colonialism, The Revolt of 1857, Our Parliament - Union Legislature, The
making of Laws, Biotic Resources: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife, Mineral Resources, Urban Changes under
Colonialism, Education under the British Rule
Honeydew-Chapter-1 to 5, Poem 1 to 5,
Grammar-Noun, Prounoun, Adjective, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction
English
Writing Skill- Message, Paragraph, Diary Entry
Reading- Reading Comprehension
Rational Numbers, Squares And Square Roots, Cubes And Cube Roots, Linear Equations In One Variable,
Maths Quadrilaterals, Construction Of Quadrilaterals, Exponents And Powers, Algebraic Expressions, Algebraic
Identities and Factorisation
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Hindi
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Computer Introduction to Computer Networking, Computer Crime, Ethics & Security, More on Internet
Physics Force, Pressure, Friction, Sound
Chemistry Synthetic Fibres & Plastics, Metals & Non-Metals
Biology Crop production & Management, Micro-organisms, Conservation of Biodiversity, The cell
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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– SCIENCE
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth-B & C 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. Explain why friction is called 'Necessary Evil'? [2 Marks]

2. Write any three ways to increase friction. [3 Marks]

3. For a sound wave of frequency 20 Hz, what is its wavelength in water? (Take velocity of sound in water
accordingly) [3Marks]

4. Write the statement of Pascal's law with any three examples based on it. [3 Marks]

5. Define the following terms - [1 × 5 Marks]
(i) Loudness of sound
(ii) Hydrostatic Paradox
(iii) Time period of wave
(iv) Friction
(v) Force

6. (i) Write any three differences between mass and weight (in table form). [3 + 2 Marks]
(ii) Find the pressure of a fluid of density 700 kg/m3 at a depth of 1 km from the sea level. (take g = 10 m/s2)
7. Draw a well-labelled diagram of Bell-Jar experiment. Also write its conclusion. [2 Marks]

8. Draw a well-labelled diagram of HYDRAULIC LIFT. Write its principle. [2 Marks]

SECTION –B

9. What are synthetic fibres made up from? [2 Marks]

10. Write 3 uses of metals. [3 Marks]

11. Give 3 use of Nylon. [3 Marks]

12. Write 3 properties of plastics. [3 Marks]

13. Differentiate between metals and non-metal on the basis of physical properties. [5 Marks]

14. Write advantage and disadvantages of plastics. [5 Marks]

15. What would happen when an iron nail is dipped in CuSO4 solution ? [2 Marks]

16. Why burning of rayon produce smell like a burning paper? [2 Marks]

SECTION –C

17. Choose the correct answer : [2 Marks]
(i) Who discovered the bacterium Bacillus Anthracis
(a) Robert Koch (b) Edward Jenner
(c) Alexander Flemming (d) Louis Pasteur
(ii) Which of the following is called unit of inheritance in the cell
(a) Mitochondria (b) Plastids (c) Genes (d) Nucleus
18. Give one word answer for the following : [2 Marks]
(i) The species that face risk of extinction.
(ii) A disease causing micro-organism.
19. Fill in the blanks with suitable words. [3 Marks]
(i) In India, crops are broadly classified into________ and ________ crops.
(ii) _______discovered the vaccine for small pox.
(iii) Yeast is used to produce alcohol through the process of _______
20. What is nitrogen fixation? Draw the scheme of nitrogen cycle. [3 Marks]
21. Explain two important methods of weeding and give names of two weeds. [3 Marks]
22. Distinguish between fertilizer and manure. [3 Marks]
23. Write and explain the important steps involved in agricultural practices. [5 Marks]
24. Draw a neat and labelled diagram of a plant cell and name the parts. [5 Marks]
OR
State the causative organisms and mode of transmission in the following diseases:
Measles, Cholera, Malaria, Tuberculosis, Chicken pox
25. Which staining solution you will use to stain cheek cells(animal cells)? Write down the observations
when you see an animal cell in microscope. [2 Marks]

26. When you boil hen’s egg, what do you observe? Is hen’s egg made up of a single cell or multiple cells?
[2 Marks]

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– MATHEMATICS
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth-B,C 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
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1. Write the multiplicative inverse of . [1 Marks]
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2. The squares of which of the following would be odd numbers ? [1 Marks]
(i) 431 (ii) 2826 (iii) 7779 (iv) 82004

3. Find the cube root of 1728 by inspection method. [1 Marks]

1 5
4. Solve : x– =6 [1 Marks]
3 2

5
1
5. Evaluate :   [1 Marks]
2
2
6. Evaluate : (2x + 3y) [1 Marks]
SECTION –B

7. Without adding, find the sum. [2 Marks]
1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 9 + 11 + 13 + 15 + 17 + 19
8. Find the least number by which 28672 is divide so that it become perfect cube also find cube root of
new number. [2 Marks]
9. Find the sum of angles of convex polygon whose number of sides is 8. [2 Marks]

10. Can you construct the quadrilateral PLAN if PL = 6 cm, LA = 9.5 cm,  P = 75 , L  150  and
A  140 ? Give Reason in support of your answer. [2 Marks]

11. Multiply : (5 – x) (3 – 2x) (4 – 3x) [2 Marks]

12. Factorise : n – 7 + 7lm – lmn [2 Marks]
SECTION–C

8  3    3 11 
13. Simplify :      [3 Marks]
5 2   10 16 

14. Find the value of 172 – 122 + 152 – 102 [3 Marks]

15. Find the cube root of the following numbers by inspection. [3 Marks]
(i) 46.656 (ii) 912673 (iii) 29791
2 2
16. Solve : (2x + 3) + (2x – 3) = (8x + 6) (x – 1) + 22 [3 Marks]

17. In the following parallelogram find the value of x, y and z [3 Marks]

y
x 3°

z

18. The measure of two adjacent angle of a parallelogram are in the ratio 3:2. Find the measure of each of
the angles of parallelogram. [3 Marks]

19. Construct a square ABCD in which AB + BC + CD + DA = 12.8 cm. (Do not write the steps of
Construction). [3 Marks]

20. Find the value of : [3 Marks]
0 0 0 0
(i) (7 + 3 ) × (8 – 5 )
(ii) (3 + 4) × (3 + 4 –1)
–1 –1


(iii) 51  7 1   3
1 1
 51 
1

21. Subtract: 3l (l – 4m + 5n) from 4l (10n – 3m + 2l) [3 Marks]

22. Factorise: [3 Marks]
2 5
(i) 3m + 24m + 36 (ii) 2x – 32x

SECTION–D

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23. The sum of two rational numbers is–8. If one of the numbers is , find the other. [4 Marks]
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24. (i) Find the square root of 529 by using long division method. [4 Marks]
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(ii) Find the value of find the value of 117  19683 .

25. Kanwar is three years older than Anima. Six years ago, Kanwar’s age was four times Anima’s age. Find
the ages of Knawar and Anima. [4 Marks]

26. (a) RUNS is a parallelogram, Find the value of x and y. [4 Marks]
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(b) Find x.

27. Construct a quadrilateral MIST where MI = 3.5 cm, IS = 6.5 cm, M = 75°, I = 105° and S = 120°.
Write the steps of construction. [4 Marks]

3 4 2 x 1
 2 2 2
28. (i) Find x, so that         [4 Marks]
5 5 5
x +2
(ii) If 9 = 240 + 9x, then find the value of x.

4 3 2
29. Divide x – x + x + 5 by (x + 1) and write the quotient and remainder. [4 Marks]

30. Factorise : [4 Marks]
2
(i) 2x + 5x + 3 (ii) x2 + 4x – 21

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– SOCIAL SCIENCE
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth-B,C Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
(i) All sections are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 28 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
(iii) Section A contains 7 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 11 questions of 3 marks each.
Section C contains 7 questions of 5 marks each.
Section D contains 1 question of 5 marks (Map work).

SECTION –A
Very short answer types questions
1. Who wrote 'A History of British India'?

2. State any two sources of tribal livelihoods.

3. Who invented the Spinning Jeny?

4. Who presides over the sessions of the Lok Sabha?

5. What is Tropical evergreen forests called in Brazil?

6. What is the term used for North America temperate grasslands?

7. What are ubiquitous resources?

SECTION –B
Short answer types questions (Do any 11 questions)

8. What do you mean by the periodization?

9. What was the political condition of India after the death of Aurangzeb?

10. What do you mean by the Preamble?

11. What are the various features of the Indian constitution?

12. Why did the moneylenders and traders penetrate the forests?

13. Why do you think that India is a secular state?

14. Why did the Muslims revolt against British?

15. What are the main causes of the failure of the Revolt of 1857?
16. How did the Battle of Plassey established British stronghold in India?

17. What do you think the government can intervene if a religious group says that their religion allows them
to practice foeticide? Explain.

18. Name the areas of coniferous forests & desert vegetation respectively.

19. Mention some essential qualifications for a member of the Lok Sabha.

SECTION –C
Long answer types questions (Do any 7 questions)
20. Write a short note on colonization of India.

21. How is money Bill passed in the Parliament ?

22. Discuss the various roles or function of Parliament in India.

23. Why did the production of iron and steel decline in the mid-nineteenth century?

24. Describe the main factors that affect the land use pattern.

25. Distinguish between Permanent and mahalwari settlement.

26. What is sustainable development? Write down the principles of sustainable development?

27. What helped TISCO expand steel production during the First world war?

SECTION –D
28. On the political map of India mark & label the following:
(a) Any 3 tribal groups of India
(b) Any 2 centres of the Revolt of 1857 in north India.

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– ENGLISH
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth-B,C 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

1. Read the passage carefully : [5 Marks]
Agnes Bojakhiu was born in skopje, Yogoslavia, of Albanian parents. Her father was a prosperous
merchant. She was attracted to the life of a missionary in India at a very early age. At eighteen, taking
the name of Teresa in memory of Little Flower of Lisieux, she entered the Missionary Order of the
Loreto Sisters and on January 20, 1931, she stepped off a steamship onto the quay at Calcutta, then
the largest city in the Empire after London. For sixteen years, she taught Geography to the daughters of
well-to-do British and Bengali society in one of the most prestigious convents in Calcutta. One day in
1946, however, during a train journey to Darjeeling, a town on the slopes of the Himalayas, she heard a
voice. God was asking her to leave the comfort of her convent, to go and live among the poorest of the
poor in the vast city beyond. Having first obtained permission from the pope, she changed into a plain
white cotton sari and founded a new religious order whose vocation was to relieve the misery of the
most neglected of men. In 1950, the Order of the Missionaries of Charity was born, a congregation
which thirty-five years later would have two hundred and eight-five thousand charitable foundations
throughout India and all the other continents, including countries behind the Iron Curtain.
Now complete the following on the basic of your reading of the passage :
(i) Mother Teresa was formerly called .....................
(ii) After joining the Missionary Order of the Loreto Sisters, Teresa .....................
(iii) Mother Teresa left the comforts of the convent because .....................
(iv) Mother Teresa taught geography to .....................
(v) Find out words from the passage which have the same meaning as
(a) Fund
(b) Successful
2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it. [10 Marks]
Students tend to lose their pencils, break them without thinking, and find all sorts of non-writing uses for
them. The pencil in your hand is one of the most remarkable and useful tools in the world. A man
named Friedrich Staedtler invented the modern “lead” pencil in about 1622 in Germany. He was the first
person to massproduce them. Staedtler did not use lead, and there is no lead in your pencil. However,
some pencils did use lead until the early twentieth century. Lead will make a mark, but it is toxic and not
safe to use either in the hands or around the face and mouth where many pencils sometimes stray.
Staedtler used black graphite, a soft form of carbon. Graphite is still used today. It is mixed with clay and
wax and heated to high temperatures. The modern pencil is a superb piece of technology. The pencil is
less messy than ink, can be easily erased, and makes clear, dark, smooth, and smudge free lines. The
modern pencil can produce a continuous line twenty-two miles long. That’s a distance of 116,160
foot-long rulers laid end to end. Enjoy your pencil. For a few cents each, it is a remarkable bargain.
(a) Mention three improper ways in which students make use of pencils
(b) Lead is rarely used to make pencils. Why so?
(c) Of what material are pencils made of?
(d) Why can we consider the modern pencil to be a superb piece of technology?
(e) The modern pencil can produce something fantastic. What is it?

SECTION –B

3. You are Ambuj and you receive a telephone call from your mother’s office when she is not at home. You
have the following conversation with the speaker. But you have to go for your tuition class. So you leave
a message for your mother. Write the message within 50 words using the information given below. Do
not add any new information. [5 Marks]

Ambuj: Hello!
Mr Rastogi: Hello! May I speak with Ms Dixit please? I am Naresh Rastogi from the office.
Ambuj: Mom’s not at home right now.
Mr Rastogi: In that case can you give her a message? It is urgent. Please tell her that the meeting fixed
for tomorrow has been rescheduled. Ask her to check her mail as soon as possible for the details.
Please don’t forget to inform her.
Ambuj: Don’t worry. I will tell her as soon as she returns.

4. You happen to meet your star idol on the festive occasion of Diwali and are feeling on top of the world.
You cannot contain your joy and decide to inform all your friends, who, too, become excited on hearing
the news. Write a diary entry about it in 100-150 words. [10 Marks]

SECTION–C

5. In the following sentences underline the adverb and state their kind. [5 Marks]
(i) What is he doing outside?
(ii) I look forward to hearing from you soon.
(iii) The old woman was walking slowly.
(iv) I was very impressed with her performance.
(v) She has travelled everywhere.

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6. Complete the following sentences using appropriate adjectives. Choose your answers from the
options given below. [5 Marks]
(any, puzzled, unique, six, many, helpless)
(i) The sick woman lay ________ in her bed.
(ii) The old farmer had ________ children of different ages.
(iii) There aren’t ________ people at the cinema .
(iv) It was a ________ project.
(v) I was ________ by his strange behavior.

7. Rearrange the following words into meaningful sentences. [5 Marks]
(i) Before/never/this man/she/had/seen
(ii) Found/standing by/my father/I/my bed side
(iii) His courage/everybody/him/for/praised
(iv) One of/friends/the best/good/our/is/book
(v) The/sweeps/sweeper/the/floor

8. Identify the cases of the underlined words. [5 Marks]
(i) This is my sister’s book.
(Nominative Noun Case, Possessive Noun Case, Accusative Noun Case)

(ii) She knows the Russian language.
(Nominative Pronoun Case, Possessive Pronoun Case, Accusative Noun Case)

(iii) The police officer whom we asked for directions gave us a warning.
(Nominative Pronoun Case, Accusative Pronoun Case, Accusative Noun Case)

(iv) My brothers are watching TV.
(Nominative Noun Case, Possessive Pronoun Case, Accusative Noun Case)

(v) You are my friend.
(Nominative Noun Case, Accusative Noun Case, Possessive Pronoun Case)

SECTION –D

9. Read the extract given below and answer the following questions. [4 Marks]
When the jet reached ten thousand feet,
it was clear why the country
had cities where the rivers ran
and why the valleys were populated.
The logic of geography
that land and water attracted man
was clearly delineated
when the jet reached ten thousand feet.
(i) Name the poet of the poem from which these lines have been extracted.
(ii) What attracted the man?
(iii) The word 'delineated' means ............
(iv) What became clear as the jet attained that height?

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10. Answer the following questions in brief (30-40 words) [5 × 2 = 10 Marks]
(i) Had Hans Wolf ever been to Dorset? Why did he say he knew it?
(ii) Why did Tilly's family come to Thailand?
(iii) Do you think the boy in the poem 'The School Boy' is imaginary?
(iv) In what ways did British officers exploit Indians?

11. Write the meaning of following words [5 Marks]
(i) subdue (ii) haphazard (iii) marzipan (iv) pounce
(v) famine (vi) dismay (vii) cripple (viii) feline
(ix) jubilant (x) nip'd

12. Answer the following questions in detail (50-60 words) [2×3=6 Marks]
(i) Discuss the moral lesson imparted by the poem 'The Ant and The Cricket'.
(ii) How did the white rulers cripple Indian Industries?

13. What, according to the writer, did his experience as an Everester teach him ? [5 Marks]
OR
In the poem 'The School Boy', the poet deeply sympathises with the boy. Do you agree?

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6. dfo us vius vkus dks ^mYykl^ vkSj tkus dks ^vk¡lw cudj cg tkuk^ D;ksa dgk gS\ [4 Marks]

7. i= tSlk larks"k Qksu ;k ,l,e,l dk lans'k D;ksa ugha ns ldrk\ [4 Marks]

8. dfo us i{kh vkSj ckny dks Hkxoku ds Mkfd, D;ksa crk;k gS\ Li"V dhft,A [4 Marks]

9. ^^;g lcls dfBu le; ugha gS\^^ ;g crkus ds fy, dfork esa dkSu-dkSu ls rdZ izLrqr fd, x, gS\ Li"V
dhft,A [4 Marks]

10. fuEu 'kCnksa ds vFkZ fyf[k,& [2 × 5 = 10 Marks]
(i) e`nqy ______
(ii) xkr ______
(iii) iSr`d ______
(iv) vkye ______
(v) gjdkjk ______

11. ^/ofu^ dfork ds dfo dk uke fyf[k,& [1 Mark]

12. ^cl dh ;k=k^ dgkuh ds ys[kd dk uke fyf[k,& [1 Mark]

[k.M ^?k* (jpuk)
13. fuEu esa ls fdlh ,d fo"k; ij (80 – 100) 'kCnksa esa vuqPNsn fyf[k,A [10 Marks]
(i) ouksa dh egRrk
(ii) baVjusV

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okf"kZ
d i j h{kk
fo"k; – laLÑr
vf/kdre vad : 80 d{kk –VIIIth-B,C 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
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[k.M ^?k* & jpuk
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1. v/kksfyf[krkuka 'kCnkuka vFkkZuk fy[kr& [6 Marks]
(i) nkSHkkZX;kr~ (ii) ekspf;";fl (iii) mixE; (iv) JkUr%
(v) iz[ kjk% (vi) ifFk (vii) vuqjfDre~ (viii) ckár%
(ix) vUrjs (x) tjk (xi) fo"kk.kghu% (xii) fi'kquL;

2. eŒtw"kkr% fØ;kinkfu fpRok fjDrLFkkukfu iwj;r& [6 Marks]
fu/ksfg] fo/ksfg] tghfg] nsfg] Hkt] py] dq:
¼d½ Roa fo|ky;a _____________ ¼[k½ jk"Vªs vuqjfDra ______________
¼x½ eg~;a tya ____________ ¼?k½ ew<+A ___________ /kukxe r`".kke~
¼³½ ___________ xksfoUne~ ¼p½ lrra /;s;Lej.ka ____________

3. v/kksfyf[krkfu okD;kfu d%@dk da@dka izfr dFk;fr& [6 Marks]
¼d½ bnkuhe~ vga Roka ][kkfn";kfeA _____________ _____________
¼[k½ dY;k.ka Hkorq rsA _____________ _____________
¼x½ tuk% ef; Lukua dqoZfUrA _____________ _____________
¼?k½ vjs ew[kZ! /kesZ /keua ikis iq.;a Hkofr ,oA _____________ _____________
¼³½ ;= dq=kfi Nsnua dqoZfUrA _____________ _____________
¼p½ lEizfr iqu% iqu% dqnZua ÑRok n'kZ;A _____________ _____________

4. foykseinkfu Hkkst;r& [2 Mark]
iqjr% fojfDr%
Lodh;e~ vkxeua
Hkhfr% i`"Br%
vuqjfDr% fojfDr%
xeua lkgl%
[k.M ^[k*
5. yV~ydkj insH;% yksV~&fof/kfy³~ydkj inkuka fuekZ.ka dq:r& [6 Mark]
yV~ydkjs yksV~ydkjs fof/kfy³~ydkjs
iBfr ___________ ___________
[ksyfl ___________ ___________
[kknfUr ___________ ___________
fickfe ___________ ___________
glr% ___________ ___________
u;ke% ___________ ___________

6. v/kksfyf[krkuka vO;; inkuka vFkZ fy[kr& [6 Mark]
(i) izHk`fr (ii) rnkuhe~ (iii) brLrr% (iv) i`Fkd
(v) cgq/kk (vi) o`Fkk (vii) 'o% (viii) fg
(ix) fpje~ (x) lkde~ (xi) vR;Ura (xii) dFke~

7. /kkraq izR;;a p fy[kr& [6 Mark]
¼d½ xUrqe~ ¼[k½ nz"Vqe~ ¼x½ dj.kh; ¼?k½ ikrqe~
¼³½ [kkfnrqe~ ¼p½ ÑRok

8. laf/k foPNsn ÑRok fy[kr& [2 Mark]
¼d½ e`xknhuka ¼[k½ cqHkqf{krksfLe ¼x½ dq=kfi ¼?k½ izR;korZr

[k.M ^x*

9. v/kksfyf[krka iz'ukuka mÙkj ,dinsu fy[kr& [6 Mark]
¼d½ cnjh xqYekuka i`"Bs dk fuyhuk vklhr~
¼[k½ lrra fda dj.kh;e~\
¼x½ l% dh n`'k% dfo eU;rs
¼?k½ **lnSo iqjrks fu/ksfg pj.ka** ,rL; xhrL; jpf;rk d%\
¼³½ O;k/kL; uke fde~ vlhr\
¼p½ 'k`xky % dq= iykf;r%\

10. eŒtw"kkr~ vO;; inkfu fpRok fjDrLFkkfu iwj;r& [6 Mark]
¼d½ fo|ky;L; _________________ ,da v|kuke~ vfLr
¼[k½ lR;e~ ________________ t;rs
¼x½ fda Hkoku~ Lukua Ñroku~ _____________________
¼?k½ l% ;Fkk fpUr;fr ___________________ vkpjfrA
¼³½ xzke _________________ o`{kk% lfUr
¼p½ fo|ka ________________ thoua o`FkkA

11. v/kksfyf[krkuka iz'uka mÙkjkf.k fgUnh Hkk"kk;ka mÙkja fy[kr& [6 Mark]
¼d½ O;k?kzL; fiiklk dFka 'kkark vHkor~A
¼[k½ 'k`xky% fde~ vfpUr;r~
¼x½ fada fopk;Z flag% 'k`xkyL; vkg~okuedjksr~\
¼?k½ egrha xqgk n`"V~ok flag% fde~ vfpUr;r~\
¼³½ ifFk ds fo"kek% iz[kjk%
¼p½ dL;ka jkspekuk;ka loZ dqya jksprs\

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12. 'yksdka'ks"kq fjDrLFkkukfu iwj;r& [2 Mark]
¼d½ leqnzeklk| ___________________ ¼[k½ ___________________ op% e/kqjlwDrjla l`tfUr
¼x½ rn~Hkkx/ks;a _________________ ¼?k½ fo|kQya _______________ Ñi.kL; lkS[;e~

[k.M ^?k*

13. v/kksfyf[krkuka x|k'kL;k fgUnh Hkk"kk;ka vuqokna dq:& [5 × 4 = 20 Mark]
¼d½ pŒpy% o`{ke mixE; mi`PNr~A o`{k% vonr~ *ekuok*% vLekda Nk;k;ka fojefUrA vLekda Qykfu [kknfUr] iqu%
dqBkjS% izgR; vLeH;a loZnk d"Va nnfrA ;= dq=kfi nsnua dqoZfUrA /kesZa /keua ikis iq.;a Hkofr ,oA
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vkáuedjksr~A flagL; mPpxtZu&izfr/ofuuk lk xqgk mPpS% 'k`xkye~ vkg~;rA vusu vU;s·fi i'ko% Hk;Hkhrk%
vHkou~A
¼x½ HklU=Lreulka gLriknkfndk% fØ;k%]
izorZrs u ok.kh p osiFkq'pkf/kdks Hkosr~A
¼?k½ yqC/kL; u';fr ;'k% fi'kquL; eS=h] u"VfØ;L; dqyeFkZ ijL; /keZ%A
fo|kQya O;lfuu% Ñi.kL; lks[;a] jkT;a izeÙklfpoL; ujkf/kiL;AA

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HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– COMPUTER
Maximum Marks : 50 Class –VIIIth-B,C 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. Which topology is connected in the shape of a closed loop?
(A) star (B) bus (C) ring (D) none of these

2. Inter-connection of various devices is called ………… .
(A) chatting (B) networking (C) Internet (D) none of these

3. A blog is derived from the term ………… .
(A) artlog (B) splog (C) weblog (D) none of these

4. ………… is a social networking website.
(A) Facebook (B) Gmail (C) Youtube (D) All of these

5. ………… can be used at various retailers which shopping.
(A) Metro card (B) Smart card (C) Greeting card (D) None of these

6. A ………… has a port where the network cable plugs in.

7. A ………… is a collection of local area network within a city.

8. Online shopping is the same as buying products using ………… .

9. Computer security includes the ………… and ………… that are designed to protect the computer
system.

10. It is ………… to infringe the privacy of other people without their consent.
Section B
11. What is a topology?

12. List four e-commerce websites.

13. Mention some websites which provide online news facility

14. Name the different forms of software piracy.

Section C

15. Describe the following :
(i) network
(ii) computer network

16. Differentiate between LAN and WAN.

17. Write short note on the following :
(i) Business to consumer e-commerce
(ii) Business to business e-commerce
(iii) Social networking
(iv) Blog

18. What is video conferencing? Where is it used?

Section D

19. Write the advantage and disadvantage of the following :
(i) ring topology
(ii) star topology
(iii) bus topology

20. Write the steps to buy a product online.

21. What do you mean by e-commerce? Write some advantages of e-commerce.

22. Explain security breaches in computer.

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