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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. Do Any Two question [2 Marks]
(a) Name the poles of magnet.
(b) What is melting?
(c) How many type of sources of light? Name the each type.

2. Give four examples of luminous objects. [2 Marks]

3. Draw the labelled diagram of reflection by the mirror. [2 Marks]

4. Define (Any Two). [3 Marks]

(a). Thunder (b). Condensation (c). States of water

5. Explain two methods used to change the size of shadow. [3 Marks]

6. How does boiling differs from evaporation? Give any two reasons. [3 Marks]

7. What are differences among transparent, translucent and opaque medium? Give two-two example of
each type. [5 Marks]

8. Draw the diagram of bar magnet and horseshoe magnet showing north and south pole.


What is rectilinear propagation of light? Explain it with an activity that shows light travels in straight line
path [1+4=5 Marks]

9. (A) Name one process which removes carbon dioxide from air. [2 Marks]
(B) Name one process which put carbon dioxide into air.

10. Draw a diagram representing the layers of atmosphere. [3 Marks]

11. How will you classify materials on the basis of solubility? Define them. Give examples also. [3 Marks]

12. Classify the following changes as reversible and irreversible? [3 Marks]

Raw egg to boiled egg , Digestion of food , Cow dung to biogas , Milk to paneer ,
Yarn to knitted sweater , Melting of wax

13. What are the physical changes occurring in water? Write in detail about every change. Draw diagram
also. [5Marks]

14. What is the composition of air? Write in detail about [2+3 = 5 Marks]
(a) Water vapour (b) Oxygen

15. With the help of any activity explain reversible changes. [2 Marks]

16. Show by an activity that air is dissolved in water. Draw diagram also. [2 Marks]


17. Why do organisms need food? Write two reasons. [2 Marks]

18. Name the parts of the plant which produces its food. Name this process. [2 Marks]

19. Observe figure and attempt the questions that follow it. [3 Marks]

(a) Label the parts (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) in the figure.
(b) What type of venation does the leaf has?
(c) What type of venation is seen in grass leaves?

20. Provide one word answers to the statements given below. [3 Marks]
(a) Joint which allows movement in all directions.
(b) hard structure that forms the skeleton.
(c) Part of the body with a fixed joint.
(d) Help in the movement of body by contraction and relaxation.
(e) Bones that join with chest bone at one end and to the backbone at the other ends.
(f) Framework of bones which gives shape to our body

21. How are cactus adapted to survive in a desert? [3 Marks]
Explain the adaptations found in polar region animals

22. (i) Provide a suitable term that expresses the meaning of each of the following statements.
[2 + 1 = 3 Marks]
(a) Greeting cards made from newspaper.
(b) Contents of the waste bins.
(c) Worms converting certain kinds of waste into manure.
(d) An area where a lot of garbage is collected, spread out and covered with soil.
(ii) Oceans are the biggest sources of water, yet they are not fit for human consumption. Why?

23. Name the deficiency diseases caused due to the deficiency of– [5 Marks]
(i) Vitamin A (ii) Protein (iii) Iron (iv) Vitamin C
(v) Vitamin D (vi) Iodine (vii) Vitamin B12 (viii) Vitamin B1
(ix) Vitamin K (x) Calcium

24. Name and describe the three main types of joints found in your body. Give two examples of each type.
[5 Marks]
Describe the parts of a typical flower with the help of a diagram.

25. Observe the figure of an activity given as figure, carried out with leaves of plants and polythene bag.
Now answer the following [2 Marks]

(a) Which process is demonstrated in the activity?

(b) When will this activity show better results on a bright sunny day or a cloudy day?

26. Raju make two papers boats. He pushed one of the boats in water with narrow end pointing forward. He pushed
other boat from broad or thick side. The boat moved easily in first case but not in second. [2 Marks]
(a) Explain the significance of this shape in movement in water.
(b) Give one example of a living organism which has this shape.

Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIth 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. Give expression for the following case : Eleven added to twice of z.

2. Define isosceles triangle with the help of diagram.

3. What is the successor of greatest 3-digit number?

4. A successor of a given number is located on ………. side of given number on number line

5. Give two pairs of prime numbers whose difference is 2.

6. If the radius of a circle is 5 cm. What is the length of its diameter ?

7. Find the breadth of a rectangle whose perimeter is 880m and length is 315m.

8. Add the following

(a) 2.6 + 26.6 + 266.66 + 2666.666
(b) 0.3 + 0.03 + 0.003 + 0.0003

9. Arrange the following integers in the ascending order :

–2, 1, 0, –3, + 4, –5

10. Write the Roman numeral of

(i) 120
(ii) 78

11. Write the greatest and smallest 4-digit numbers from :

(i) 4, 7, 5, 0
(ii) 3, 2, 6, 4

12. Farooq has five children. He divides Rs. 2565 equally among his five children. Calculate the amount of
money each would receive ?
13. Find the least number which when divided by 6, 15 and 18 leave remainder 5 in each case.

14. Classify each of the following triangles as a scalene, isosceles or equilateral having following measure
of sides. Give reason also.
(a) 7 cm, 6 cm, 5 cm
(b) 6 cm, 6 cm, 6 cm
(c) 4 cm, 2 cm, 4 cm

15. Sum of two integers is –80. If one of the integers is –90, then find the other.

16. Suresh had 6.25 and Ramesh had 13.45. They both gave there money to Naresh and Naresh
bought toffees for 7.50. Find the amount left with Naresh ?

17. The ratio of the length of a school ground to its width is 5 : 2. Find its length if the width is 40 metres

18. If 7 + 3(p + 5) = 31, then the value of p is

19. Write the number of lines of symmetry in the following :

(i) Isosceles triangle
(ii) Regular hexagon
(iii) Rhombus

20. Draw a line segment AB of length 8 cm. At each end of this line segment, draw a line perpendicular to
AB. Are theses two lines parallel ?

21. Find the cost of fencing a rectangular park of length 250 m and breadth 175 m at the rate of Rs 12 per

22. A survey was carried out in a certain school to find about the interest of different sports
and the result is given in the following table:
Sports Volley ball Kho-kho Kabbadi Football Cricket
No. of Students 20 18 40 35 45
Draw a bar graph.

23. Sunil buys 10 notebooks and 10 pens. The cost of each notebook is j& 25 and that of each pen is j& 5.
Find the amount of money he spent.

24. Find the smallest 4-digit number which is divisible by 18, 24 and 32.

25. From the figure, identify.


(a) Centre of circle (b) Chord (c) Sector (d) Segment

26. Simplify :
3 8 16 3 1 5 
(a) + + (b) –   
10 9 15 5  6 18 

27. Read the following bar graph and answer the following questions:
Export and import (in 100 Crores of Rupees)

14 Export
10 Import
1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87
(i) What information is given by the bar graph?
(ii) In which year the export is minimum?
(iii) In which year the import is maximum?
(iv) In which year the difference of the values of export and import is maximum?

28. A car travels 165 km in 3 hours.

(i) How long will it take to travel 440 km ?
(ii) How far will it travel in 7 hours ?

29. Construct the following angles with the help of ruler and compasses only :
(A) 30º (B) 90º (C) 135º (D) 150º

30. Bob wants to cover the floor of a room 3 m wide and 4 m long by squared tiles. If each square tile is of
side 0.5 m, then find the number of tiles required to cover the floor of the room.

Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIth 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 following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow –
Bees are insects. Bees are special insects because they can fly! They can move through the air like an
aeroplane! Bees can fly because they have wings. They use their wings to fly. Bees can fly fast. Bees can
also fly slow. They can fly up and they can fly down. They need to fly to get to the flowers! Bees can have
three colours. They can be yellow, red, and orange. All bees are black in some places. Bees have three
main parts. They have a head. They have a body. And, they have a stinger. The stinger is used to defend
against enemies. They also have six legs. They use their legs to stand and climb. They also use their legs
to eat and collect pollen. Bees live in many places. They live in Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, North
America, South America. The only continent that bees do not live on is Antarctica! I understand why they
don’t live in Antarctica. It’s too cold! Most of the time, bees are nice to humans. If you do not bother them,
they will not bother you. Have fun watching the bees this summer. [7 Marks]

(i) What are bees?

(A) Mammals (B) Birds
(C) Reptiles (D) Insects

(ii) How do bees fly?

(A) They use their legs (B) They use their head
(C) They use their wings (D) None of the above

(iii) How many legs do bees have?

(A) Two (B) Four
(C) Six (D) Eight

(iv) What is the stinger used for?

(A) To eat food
(B) To defend against enemies
(C) Both A and B
(D) None of the above.

(v) Where do bees live?

(A) North America (B) Asia (C) Antarctica (D) Both A and B
2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow ?
There are wild dogs and pet dogs. Pet dogs are helpers and friends to people. There were no pet dogs
15,000 years ago. Men and women learned how to work with dogs. Dogs helped humans travel from
Asia to North America 10,000 years ago by pulling sledges in the snow. People say dogs are “man’s
best friend.” They help with farming. They help with hunting. They help with fishing. They can pull things
for people. They can help find things. There are many colours of dogs. There are white dogs, grey dogs,
black dogs, and brown dogs. A dog’s fur can be short or long. Dogs have curly hair or straight fur. There
are very small dogs. They are only 6-8 inches tall. There are very big dogs. They are about 3 feet tall.
Some dogs can see well. Some dogs do not see very well. All dogs can hear well. They can hear
sounds that people cannot hear. They can hear high sounds and low sounds. They can hear the sound
very far away. All dogs can smell very well. They can smell 40 times better than humans! Dogs live 5 to
13 years, but some dogs live much longer. One dog lived to be 24 years old! [8 Marks]
(i) Dogs helped people go to America by…
(A) pulling sledges in the snow (B) helping with farming
(C) helping find things (D) None of the above

(ii) How tall are the smallest dogs?

(A) 3 inches (B) 5 inches (C) 6 inches (D) 13 inches

(iii) How tall are the biggest dogs?

(A) 1 foot (B) 2 feet (C) 3 feet (D) 5 feet

(iv) What can all dogs do well?

(A) see (B) hear (C) smell (D) Both B and C are correct

(v) How old was the oldest dog?

(A) 5 years old (B) 10 years old (C) 13 years old (D) 24 years old

(vi) The best antonym for the pet is…

(A) wild animal (B) domestic animal (C) large animal (D) friendly animal

(vii) The opposite of pulls is…

(A) receive (B) carry (C) push (D) help

(viii) A dog’s fur is the dog’s…

(A) nose (B) eyes (C) hair (D) ears

3. Read the following conversation between Rakesh and Mrs. Sarkar.
Rakesh : Hello, May I speak with Dr. Sarkar?
Mrs. Sarkar : He has gone to the hospital to attend the OPD. May I know who is speaking?
Rakesh : Yes, I am Rakesh Sood. My wife has been having a severe headache since yesterday. Since
this morning she has also developed a high temperature. I would be very grateful if the doctor could
come over to our place to examine her.
Mrs Sarkar : Ofcourse, Please note me down your address.
Rakesh : It is B–19, New Colony.
Mrs Sarkar : I will give him your message as soon as he returns.
Rakesh : Thank you.
Mrs Sarkar had to leave for the school where she teaches. So she wrote a message for her
husband. Write the message in not more than 50 words. [5 Marks]

4. Write an essay on 'Internet influence on kids' in 100 – 120 words. [5 Marks]

5. Write a letter to your cousin to congratulate her on her Academic success. [5 Marks]


6. Change the following into indirect speech. [3 Marks]
(i) She said to me, "Was your examination easy?"
(ii) The teacher said, "The boys and the girls are shouting loudly."
(iii) She said to us, "My son will go to California."

7. Change the following into passive voice. [3 Marks]

(i) Vijay was decorating the house.
(ii) The woodcutter has cut the trees.
(iii) Sadhna is listening music.

8. Change the following sentences into negative. [3 Marks]

(i) The judge will sentence the thief.
(ii) The man jumped into the well.
(iii) They are able to do any work on their own.

9. Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct option. [3 Marks]

(i) Rajan as well as his teachers _______ concerned. (is / are)
(ii) She along with her friends ____ present at the party. (was / were)
(iii) One of the thieves _____ been caught. (has / have)

10. Give comparative and superlative form of the adjectives. [2 Marks]

(i) Much ______ ________
(ii) Dangerous ______ ________

11. Underline and state the kind of adverbs. [2 Marks]

(i) He worked hard so that he might win.
(ii) She laughed happily.

12. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions. [2 Marks]

(i) Speech was full ____ humorous anecdotes.
(ii) Seema went out to play _____ her friends.

13. Join the following sentences using conjunction. [2 Marks]

(i) I walk to the railway station. I get my ticket to Delhi.
(ii) I will punish you. You do not turn up tomorrow with your homework.

14. Answer the following questions in brief. [5 x 2= 10 Marks]
(i) An old man won a clock and sold it back to shopkeeper. How much money did he make?
(ii) Why does the poet want to know where all teachers go at 4 o' clock?
(iii) Why was shop called 'Lucky shop'?
(iv) How does the street lamp look like?
(v) Where are thoughts imprisoned?

15. Answer the following questions. [2 x 2.5 = 5 Marks]

(i) Why was Algu upset over Jumman's nomination as head panch?
(ii) How does camels hump help to give water to survive?

16. Answer the following questions. [5 x 3 = 15 Marks]
(i) How do desert animals survive without water?
(ii) Algu found himself in a tight spot? What was his problem?
(iii) Why does poet wonder of teachers also do things that other people do?
(iv) What was villagers' reaction when the aunt explained her case to them?
(v) What wishes does the child in the poem make?

Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VI Time : 3 Hours
(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 10 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 10 questions of 3 marks each.
Section C contains 7 questions of 5 marks each.
Section D contains 1 question of 5 marks (Map work).

Answer in one word or in one sentence

1. Who rote Arthashatra?

2. When the government constituted the Indian board of wildlife?

3. Name any two National Parks.

4. Who were Shudras?

5. What is the north to south extent of India (in respect of distance)?

6. How many Hymns and divisions of Rigveda are there?

7. Who is the Muncipal Commissioner?

8. Name any two Interstate Water dispute Tribunals set up by the Central government.

9. Mention the dimension of the great bath.

10. What are the minimum wages set up by the government for farm labour?

Very short answer types questions

11. Why are forests necessary?

12. How many types of farmers are there? Define them.

13. Write any three point about Magadh.

14. Define
(i) Mountains (ii) Glaciers

15. How many types of Vedas are there? Name them.

16. What do you mean by Panchayati Raj system?

17. Describe the boundaries of India.

18. What are the factors affecting India climate?

19. What are the three division of Himalayas? Give any two point of each.

20. What do you mean by Faience?

Long answer types questions (any seven)

21. Write a short note The Ashvamedha Yajna.

22. Discuss the following

(i) Debt trap (iii) Primary sector
(iii) Municipality (iv) Tehsildar
(v) Patwari

23. Enumerate the physical divisions of India? Explain any one.

24. What are the different function of District Administration?

25. Explain the Varna system during Early Vedic Period.

26. Differentiate between tropical rain forest and Tropical Deciduous forests.
Differentiate between wage employment and regular basis employment

27. What are the main features of Harrapan civilisation?

28. What do you know about the Eastern and Western Ghats of India ? Show their location on the map of

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(i) cd% (ii) p×pq% (iii) 'k`xky% (iv) ekuok%
(v) dkd% (vi) rirq (vii) iq"iksRlo% (viii) eYy;q)e~
(ix) Lukuk; (x) u|ke~

2. e×tw"kkr lekukFkZdinkfu fpRoka fy[kr~ [5 Marks]

xzUFks dksfdy% x:M% lw;ZL; dFkus
(i) opus ________
(ii) oSurs; ________
(iii) iqLrds ________
(iv) jos ________
(v) fid% ________

3. foykseinkfu ;kst;r& [5 Marks]

¼d½ ¼[k½
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(ii) d`".k% 'osr%
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(iv) xPNfr mDre~
(v) iznhiL; fujFkZd%

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

jfo] oL=kf.k] vf/kde~] i`Foh] fiiklk
(i) olukfu ________
(ii) lw;Z% ________
(iii) r`"kk ________
(iv) /kfj=h ________
(v) foiqye~ ________

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(i) ________ cgo% mRlok HkofUrA ¼Hkkjre~ / Hkkjrs½
(ii) ________ ehuk% olfUrA ¼ljksojs / ljksoje~½
(iii) tuk% ________ iq"ikf.k viZ;fUrA ¼efUnje~ / efUnjs½
(iv) Nk=k% ________ iz;ksxa dqoZfUrA ¼iz;ksx'kkyk;ke~ / iz;ksx'kkyk%½
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6. e×tw"kkr mfpra foykseine~ fpRok fy[kr & [5 Marks]

ew[kZ%] usrqe] lsod% nq%f[kr] fupS%
(i) prqj% ________
(ii) vkusrqe ________
(iii) Lokeh ________
(iv) lq[khr% ________
(v) mPpS% ________

7. 'kq) dFkukuka le{ke~ ¼½ bfr v'kq) dFkkuka le{ke~ ¼×½ dq:r& [5 Marks]
¼vke~ / u iz;ksxe~ dq:r&½
(i) n'kckydk% Lukuk; vxPNu~ ¼ ½
(ii) losZ okfVdk;ke~ vHkzeu ¼ ½
(iii) rs oLrqr% uo ckydk% ,o vklku~ ¼ ½
(iv) ,d% ckyd% u|k eXu% ¼ ½
(v) ckyd% Loa u vx.k;r~ ¼ ½

8. iz'ukukeqÙkjkf.k ,dinsu fy[kr& [5 Marks]

(i) 'k`xkyL; fe=a d% vklhr~\
(ii) vLekfHk% fda oDrO;e~\
(iii) d`"kdk dsu {kS=kf.k d"kZfUr\
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¼[k½ iB~ /kkrq yksV~ ydkj fy[kr & [3 Marks]

11. e×tw"kkr mfpre~ vO;;a fpRok fjDrLFkkukfu iwjir& [5 Marks]
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(ii) _______ lR;a onA
(iii) Roa _______ xfe";kfeA
(iv) _______ foKkuL; ;qx% vfLrA
(v) _______ jfooklj% vfLr

12. v/kksfyf[krkuka foykse inkfu fy[kr [3 Marks]

(i) 'k=qrk _______
(ii) lq[kne _______
(iii) fu/kZue~ _______
(iv) vleFkZ% _______
(v) {kee~ _______
(vi) lka;e~ _______

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¼[k½ vtht% ljy% ifjJeh p vkflr~A l% Lokfeu% ,o lsok;ka yhu% vkflr~ [3 Marks]
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Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIth Time : 3 Hour
(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 36 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
(iii) Section A contains 17 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 6 questions of 2 marks each.
Section C contains 7 questions of 3 marks each.
Section D contains 6 questions of 5 marks each.

Section A

1. Shortcut key to insert a new slide is-

(a) Ctrl + N (b) Ctrl + S (c) Ctrl + M

2. Custom animation command is present in –

(a) Animations (b) Slide show (c) View

3. To create a simple text value, enclose it in _______ quotes

(a) single (b) double (c) multiple

4. Unread e-mails are highlighted in

(a) bold (b) italic (c) underline

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

(a) g-mail (b) discovery (c) rediffmail

6. E-mail can reach anywhere in the ______ .

7. Full form of BCC _______ .

8. Result of formula = 20 + 80 * 5  ________ .

9. MS Power Point is a part of _______ .

10. Two slide transition effects are ______ and ______ .

11. To remove contents of cell, select it and press_________key.

(a) Esc (b) Enter (c) Delete

12. Every formula in Excel must begin with an________sign.

(a) + (b) % (c) =

13. _______option is used to send a copy of the same message to some other people.
(a) Carbon copy (b) Blind carbon copy (c) None of these
14. All the deleted e-mails move to________.
(a) Drafts (b) Inbox (c) Trash

15. To save your work, the shortcut key which you press is________.
(a) Ctrl+S (b) Ctrl+A (c) Ctrl+P (d) Ctrl+J

16. “Father” of computer is_______.

(a) Blaise Pascal (b) Charles Babbage (c) Newton (d) Bill Gates

17. Full form of IP______.

Section B
18. How do you resize a picture?

19. What is installed templates in MS Power Point?

20. What is sign out?

21. Write the order of precedence of operators.

22. Name the operators that give result as True or False.

23. When do you use Cc – option?

Section C
24. What are relational and logical operators used for?

25. Write the difference between reply and forward option.

26. Write two use of inserting bullets in a presentation.

27. What is the use of MAX() and MIN() functions?

28. How do you delete an e-mail?

29. Which operator has the highest order of precedence?

30. How do you add a picture of your choice in a slide?

Section D
31. What kind of files can you send as an e-mail attachment?

32. How is formula copied to other cells in MS Excel?

33. Write the basic steps to insert a table on a slide.

34. How do you animate a slide?

35. Write the steps to add Smart Art in your slide.

36. How do you know that you have a new e-mail? How do you read it?

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