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MAJOR EXAMINATION

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

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 0 4- 02 -2 0 19
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 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. Define [2 Marks]
(a) Acceleration (b) Displacement

2. Find distance and displacement along path ABDC [2 Marks]


C

R = 21 m
D B

A
3. What do you mean by wavelength of the wave. Write down it’s S.I. unit [2 Marks]

4. Explain sea breeze and Land breeze with the help of diagram [3 Marks]

5. Explain reflection with the help of diagram and Laws of reflections [3 Marks]
OR
Write down precautions to be used during cyclone and tornado

6. An object is placed between two mirrors placed at an angle of 45º to each other. Find the number of
images obtained when object is placed [3 Marks]
(a) Symmetrically (b) Asymmetrically
7. (a) S.I unit of speed is [1×5=5 Marks]
(b) Define caroilis effect
(c) Define Easterlies
(d) Define Frequency
(e) S.I unit of electric current is

8. What will be light and distance of the image in given figure. [5 Marks]
Mirror

Height of
object = 1 m
Distance = 10m

SECTION –B

10. What do you mean by 'reeling of silk' ? [2 Marks]

11. Anvesha wanted to buy a silk frock and went to the market with her mother. There they found that the artificial
(synthetic) silk was much cheaper and wanted to know why. Explain why is that so ? [3 Marks]

12. Ammonia is found in many household products, such as window cleaners. It turns red litmus blue.
What is its nature ? [3 Marks]

13. How would you show that setting of curd is a chemical change ? [3 Marks]

14. (i) Untreated human excreta is a health hazard. Explain.


(ii) Explain water cycle with the help of a diagram. [5 Marks]

15. Outline your role as an active citizen in relation to sanitation. [5 Marks]

16. Give reason why an antacid tablet is taken when you suffer from acidity ? [2 Marks]

17. 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]

SECTION –C
18. Name the following: [2 Marks]
(i) A parasitic plant with yellow, slender and tubular stem.
(ii) A plant that has both autotrophic and heterotrophic mode of nutrition.

19. What are insectivores? Name an insectivores plant? [2 Marks]


Or
Give two effects of deforestation

20. Define the following :- [3 Marks]


(i) Reproduction (ii) Pollination (iii) Fertilisation (iv) Vegetative propagation
(v) Afforestation (vi) Food chain

21. Draw a well labelled diagram of kidney. [3 Marks]


Or
Draw a well labelled diagram of human respiratory system.
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22. Write three differences between self and cross pollination. [3 Marks]
Or
Mention at least three types of asexual reproduction with an example of each.

23. What are different elements of weather adaptations found in aquatic animals? [3 Marks]

24. What are the five differences between food chain and food webs? Explain it with suitable examples.
[5 Marks]
Or
Explain the types of blood vessels found in human body.

25. Describe the various ways by which seeds are dispersed. [5 Marks]

26. Paheli took a large potato and peel off its outer skin. She cut one of its ends to make base flat. She
made a cavity inside potato and filled half of the potato with sugar solution. She kept it in dish containing
water. She observed an increase in sugar solution inside the cavity. [2 Marks]
(i) What do you understand from this experiment?
(ii) Can this process occur in boiled potato?

27. Some plants have deep red, violet or brown coloured leaves. Can these perform the photosynthesis
process? If yes, how do they perform this process? [2 Marks]

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– MATHEMATICS
th
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VII Time : 3 Hours

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 30- 01- 20 19

(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

8 4
1. Add and .
5 3
0 0 0
2. Find the value of : (3 – 2 ) × 5

3. If m = 2, find the value of : 9 – 5m

4. Show that 7, 6, 49, 36 are not in proportion.

5. Find the probability of getting an even number when a die is thrown .

6. Find the number of lines of symmetry for a circle.

SECTION –B
7. Simplify : 7 – [13 – 2{4 of (– 4)}]

8. The total cost of 68 tape recorders is Rs. 78373.40. What is the cost of one tape recorder ?

9. Find 'y' in the following figure :


B C

70° 3y 50°
A O D

10. In figures, measures of some parts are indicated. In case of congruence, of triangle write the result in
symbolic form.
3.5 cm
D
A B
40° 60°

60° 40°
E F
C 3.5 cm

11. Find the profit or loss percent if : C.P. = Rs. 600 ; S.P. = Rs. 500
12. The following table shows the marks obtained by 40 students of class VII :
Marks obtained 30 25 23 19 17 14
No. of Students 3 2 4 11 13 7
Find the mode.

SECTION–C
1 5
13. What number should be subtracted from so as to get ?
3 12

14. Mona's father is thrice as old as Mona. After 12 years, his age will be twice that of his daughter. Find
their present ages.

15. ABC is a triangle, right angled at C. If AB = 25 cm and AC = 7 cm, find BC.

16. Construct a ABC in which A = 100°, C = 20° and CA = 5.4 cm.

17. 55% of the population of a town is male. If the total population of the town is 128200, find the female
population of the town.

18. Some of the commodities exported by India in 1982 and their values (in ten crore of rupees) are given
below :
Commodity Tea Coffee Tobacco Iron ore
Value (in Rs. ten crore) 91 58 35 33

Represent the above data with the help of bar graph.

19. Find the area of a triangle whose base is 40 cm and corresponding altitude is 8 cm.

20. State true (T) or false (F) for the following statements :
(i) In a pyramid, all the faces except base are triangular (Base can also be a ).
(ii) A tetrahedron (triangular pyramid) is a pyramid in which all triangular faces are equilateral triangles.
(iii) A square pyramid has 5 faces.
(iv) A triangular pyramid has four vertices.

21. Find the interest on Rs. 30000 for 3 years at the rate of 15% per annum.

22. The cost of 20 kg of milk is Rs. 500. Find the cost of 59 kg of milk.

SECTION–D

23. In figure, AB and CD bisect each other at O.


(i) State the three pairs of equal parts in two triangles AOC and BOD.
(ii) Which of the following statements are true
(a) AOC DOB
(b) AOC BOD ?
B
C

D
A

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3 2 6 10
24. Simplify : [(9 ) × 9 ] ÷ 9

25. What should be subtracted from 4a + 16b + 20 to get –11a + 2b – 26 ?

26. In a class of 60 pupils the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls is 7 : 8. How many boys and
girls are there ?

27. If a man were to sell his hand cart for Rs. 720, he would loss 25%. What must be the selling price if he
were to gain 25% ?

28. Find the area of following shaded parts :

3 cm

3 cm

4 cm 4 cm

29. Find the sum which will earn a simple interest of Rs. 126 in 2 years at 14% per annum.

30. A bag contains 5 red balls, 8 white balls, 4 green balls and 7 black balls. If one ball is drawn at random,
find the probability that it is
(i) Black (ii) Red (iii) Not green (iv) White

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– ENGLISH
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIth Time : 3 Hours
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 29- 01 - 2019
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 following passage carefully and answer the questions
Plants need sunlight and water to make their own food. You can do an experiment to test if this is true.
Place a bucket over a patch of green grass. After a few days, lift the bucket. You will see that the grass
is not as green anymore. If you leave the bucket in place for a week, the grass will become very dull.
This happens because the grass cannot make food in the dark. Remove the bucket. In a few days, the
grass will start turning green again. [7 Marks]
(i) What do plants need?
(A) Buckets are bad (B) Plants need sunlight
(C) Grass is not pretty
(ii) What is an experiment?
(A) A way to grow grass (B) A way to test an idea
(C) A way to use a bucket
(iii) What happens after a few days?
(A) The grass turns brown (B) The grass gets very dull
(C) The grass is not as green
(iv) What is the opposite of 'Dull'?
(A) Bright (B) Brown (C) Sunlight
(v) According to the passage, how long does it take for the grass to become dull?
(A) A month (B) A week (C) A few days
(vi) Why do plants need sunlight and water?
(A) To do experiment
(B) To make their food
(C) To consume water
(vii) What happens after removing the bucket?
(A) The grass becomes dull
(B) Grass can make food
(C) Grass becomes green
2. Read the following passage carefully and answers the questions that follow –
People drink a lot of tea. There are many kinds of tea. There is black tea. There is green tea. There is a
white tea. There is red tea. There is yellow tea. People drink a lot of tea in China. Some people drink it
because it is good for them. It makes them healthy. Other people drink it because it tastes very good. It
tastes delicious. People drink a lot of green tea in Japan. People drink a lot of green tea in Korea too. In
Vietnam, some people drink coffee before they drink tea. People drink a lot of tea in England. Every
afternoon, English people drink tea. English people add milk to their tea. Finally, many people drink tea
in the U.S. In the South, people drink “sweet tea.” Sweet tea is cold black tea with sugar. Most tea
comes from China. Some tea comes from India or Sri Lanka. Kenya, Japan, and Indonesia also grow a
lot of tea. [8 Marks]
(i) Some tea is…
(A) purple (B) green (C) pink (D) blue

(ii) People drink coffee before tea in…


(A) China (B) Korea (C) England (D) Vietnam

(iii) People add milk to their tea in…


(A) India (B) England (C) Vietnam (D) SriLanka

(iv) People drink “sweet tea” in…


(A) The South (B) The Northern U.S. (C) Vietnam (D) Korea

(v) Most tea comes from…


(A) Indonesia (B) Kenya (C) Japan (D) China

(vi) If you add milk to tea, you…


(A) put milk in your tea (C) take milk out of your tea
(C) drink milk after tea (D) drink milk before tea.

(vii) Something sweet…


(A) is good for you (B) has sugar in it (C) tastes bad (D) is yellow

(viii) People drink a lot of green tea in……


(A) Japan (B) Vietnam (C) China (D) Sri Lanka

SECTION –B

Writing

3. Write a letter to the editor about garbage dumps conditions in your locality. [5 Marks]

4. Write an e-mail to your friend asking him about the studies in boarding school in not more than 70 – 80
words. [5 Marks]

5. Ravi is excited as he is going to his favourite place Darjeeling. It is his lifetime wish to be there. Before
starting the journey, he ensures that he was not forgotten anything. He gets into the train, settles in his
seat, he looks around ……………
Complete the story in not more than 100 words. [5 Marks]

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SECTION–C
Grammar
6. Change the following into passive voice. [3 Marks]
(i) Do children play cricket on the grass?
(ii) Students were not asking their difficulties.
(iii) Do not eat junk food.

7. Change the following into indirect speech. [3 Marks]


(i) He said to me, " I am cooking tasty food."
(ii) He said to me, " Has the boy doing his homework?"
(iii) He says to me, " Have you ever seen such a beautiful scene?"

8. Change the following as given. [2 Marks]


(i) Mr Sharma teaches us Maths. (Negative)
(ii) He has not completed his work yet. (Positive)

9. Fill in the blanks with suitable modals [2 Marks]


(i) She _____ not drive any farther. (ought to / can)
(ii) He ______ finish this topic by today. (need / must)

10. Fill in the blanks with conjunctions. [2 Marks]


(i) He is honest _____ intelligent.
(ii) I would ____ go swimming _____ go to the party.

11. State whether the verb is transitive or intransitive. Also tell the objects. [2 Marks]
(i) She is drinking water.
(ii) Birds are flying.

12. Underline and state the kind of pronouns. [2 Marks]


(i) We look for her everywhere.
(ii) Nobody is standing outside.

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


(i) We never talk to them.
(ii) There is a hospital nearby.

14. State the kind of sentences. [2 Marks]


(i) Speak gently to the poor.
(ii) The servant has gone upstairs.

SECTION–D

Literature

15. Answer the following questions in brief. [5 x 2 = 10 Marks]


(i) Why did the narrator run away seeing the snake?
(ii) Where did the author plan to go along with his friend?
(iii) How did the father make an attempt to save the cat for the first time?
(iv) What was troubling the talking fan?
(v) What happens after the poet's father fall off the ladder?
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16. Answer the following questions. [2 x 2.5 = 5 Marks]
(i) Why is one unable to see a rabbit initially?
(ii) What does the child's mother say about snakes?

17. Answer the following questions. [5 x 3 = 15 Marks]


(i) Why does Maya think Mr Nath is a crook? Who does she say the Sunday visitor is ?
(ii) What are the three main ways in which a fire can be controlled or put out?
(iii) How the author and his friend spent the entire day?
(iv) What are some common uses of fire?
(v) What is the butterfly busy doing?

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– SOCIAL SCIENCE
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VII Time : 3 Hours
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
(i) All sections are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 28 questions divided into three sections A, B and C
(iii) Section A contains 10 questions of 1 mark each.
Section B contains 10 questions of 3 marks each.
Section C contains 8 questions of 5 marks each.

SECTION –A
Answer in one word or in one sentence

1. Who was the founder of slave dynasty?

2. Define :

(i) Arcuated style (ii) Trabeated style

3. Name the animal porterage used in Tundra region.

4. What do you mean by Golden Quadrilateral?

5. What do you mean by producers?

6. What do you mean by Creche Facilities

7. What do you mean by Markets Everywhere?

8. What do you mean by Gopuram and Shikara?

9. Define gender.

10. Define natural vegetation.

SECTION –B
Short answer types questions:
11. “Water pollution has greatly affected the ecosystem for aquatic flora and fauna.” Justify the statement
12. Describe :
(i) Bhakti.
(ii) Advaita Philosophy.
(iii) Capital town
13. Describe the type of vegetation found in deserts.
14. Explain in brief about the political policies of Shamsuddin Iltutmish
15. What are the different types of human settlement?
16. Explain different types of vegetation.
17. Write the procedure for advertising.
18. Explain is brief about the settled community.
19. Give three major difference between tropical ever green forest and tropical deciduous forest
20. Define :
(i) Commercial Advertising (ii) Brand (iii) Stereo types
OR
Explain Intermediate goods markets
SECTION –C
Long answer types questions:

21. Explain different modes of transportation.


22. Explain the war life of Babur.
OR
Write a short note on the life of Akbar
23. What are the different kind of markets?
24. Write a short on Delhi Sultanate and architecture.
25. Differentiate between prairies and velds.
26. Explain chain of market.
27. What do you mean by ocean currents? Explain with examples.
28. What are the major factors for gender inequality?
.

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MAJOR EXAMINATION
SUBJECT– COMPUTER
Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIth Time : 3 Hour
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 02-02-2019
(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. _______ is used to filter data on specific conditions


(a) filter (b) custom filter (c) none of these

2. A person who creates a computer virus is a –


(a) doctor (b) programmer (c) analyst

3. Which of the following is an Antivirus?


(a) Windows (b) Norton (c) MS Word

4. MS publisher is a part of
(a) Windows (b) MS office (c) none of these

5. Internet is used to send cards called


(a) E-shops (b) E-mail (c) E-greetings

6. Internet has a great _______ on our society.

7. To _______ from MS publisher, click the close button.

8. First PC virus is _______ .

9. _______ viruses transmit through e-mails.

10. Every cell has a name called its _______ .

11. $A$4 is an________reference.


(a) absolute (b) relative (c) mixed

12. All functions have two parts: a function name and________.


(a) cells (b) arguments (c) operators

13. To see all the rows again after applying Filter, click_________command.
(a) Sort (b) Clear (c) None of these

14. Microsoft Office Publisher is used to create_______.


(a) calendars (b) banners (c) both (a) and (b)

15. Full form of COMPUTER____.


16. Full form of URL___.

17. Full form of INTERNET____.


Section B
18. In how many ways can you sort your data?

19. What is computer virus?

20. What is the use of Microsoft office publisher?

21. What is the full form of WWW?

22. What is cell referencing?

23. In which language are viruses written for Microsoft programs?


Section C
24. What is the impact of internet on our society?

25. What is downloading?

26. Why do we use color schemes?

27. What is a boot sector virus?

28. Which toolbar is used to edit the pictures?

29. Give two examples for each of the following:


(i) Search engine websites (ii) People-finder websites
(iii) E-greeting card websites (iv) Instant messengers

30. How do you apply the background effect to your publication?

Section D
31. Write short note on : Worms and Trojans

32. What is sorting?

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34. How is Internet used in the field of education?

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36. What precautions should you take to protect your computer from a virus?

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okf"kZd ijh{kk
fo"k; – fgUnh
vf/kdre vad : 80 d{kk –VIIth le; : 3 ?k.Vs
lkekU; funsZ'k 31-01-2019

(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* & vifBr x|ka'k
[k.M ^[k* & O;kdj.k
[k.M ^x* & ikB~;iwLrd
[k.M ^?k* & jpuk
[k.M ^d* (vifBr x|ka'k)
1. 5 flracj dks ns'k ds iwoZ jk"Vªifr loZiYyh MkW- jk/kkd`".ku dk tUefnol f'k{kd fnol ds :i esa euk;k tkrk
gSA f'k{kd jk"Vª ds okLrfod fuekZrk gksrs gSaA fodflr] le`) [kq'kgky ns'k ,oa jk"Vª ds fuekZ.k esa f'k{kdksa dh
egŸoiw.kZ Hkwfedk gksrh gSA cpiu esa ckydksa dk efLr"d dksjh LysV dh Hkk¡fr gksrk gSA f'k{kdksa }kjk gh ckydksa
ds efLr"d esa mPp xq.k ,oa laLdkj Mkydj mfpr fn'kk Ánku dh tkrh gSA ftl Ádkj dqEgkj xhyh feV~Vh
ls crZu dks lgh vkdkj Ánku djrk gS] mlh Ádkj f'k{kd Hkh cPpksa dks f'k{kk }kjk lgh vkdkj Ánku djrk
gSA f'k{kd gh cPpksa dks lekt dh vko';drkvksa ds vuq:i ltkrs&l¡okjrs gSaA f'k{kd gh lekt ds cPpksa dks
,d lqanj Hkfo"; Ánku djus esa egŸoiw.kZ Hkwfedk fuHkkrs gSaA f'k{kd dk nkf;Ro gS fd og ÁR;sd ckyd dks gh
Vh- D;w- ih- vFkkZr~ VksVy DokfyVh ilZu cuk,¡ vkSj ckyd dks Hkkjrh; laLd`fr] lH;rk ls ifjfpr djk,¡A
[2 × 5 = 10 Marks]
(i) f'k{kd
fnol dc euk;k tkrk gS\
¼d½ 14 uoacj ¼[k½ 5 flracj ¼x½ 5 uoacj ¼?k½ 14 flracj

(ii) f'k{kd
dks fdlds leku crk;k x;k gS\
¼d½ O;kikjh ds leku ¼[k½ LysV ds leku ¼x½ dqEgkj ds leku ¼?k½ dfo ds leku

(iii) jk"Vª
ds okLrfod fuekZrk dkSu gSa\
¼d½ cPps ¼[k½ dqEgkj ¼x½ fo|ky; ¼?k½ f'k{kd

(iv) f'k{kd fnol fdlds tUefnol ds :i es euk;k tkrk gS\


¼d½ MkW- ch- vkj- vacsMdj ¼[k½ tokgjyky usg:
¼x½ MkW- jk/kkd`".ku ¼?k½ MkW- vCnqy dyke

(v) fodflr'kCn dk foykse 'kCn D;k gSa\


¼d½ vfodflr ¼[k½ okLrfod ¼x½ foijhr ¼?k½ fodkl'khy
[k.M ^[k* (O;kdj.k)
2. fuEufyf[kr Á'uksa ds laf{kIr mŸkj fnft,
(i) Hkk"kk ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ [4 Marks]

(ii) fyf[kr Hkk"kk D;k gSa\ blds nks mnkgj.k fyf[k,A [4 Marks]

(iii) fganh] vaxszth] iatkch vkSj ejkBh dh fyfi;ksa ds uke fyf[k,\ [4 Marks]

(iv) xq.kokpd fo'ks"k.k ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ ,d mnkgj.k fyf[k,A [4 Marks]

(v) fo'ks"; vkSj fo'ks"k.k esa varj crk,¡A [4 Marks]

(vi) fuEu eqgkojksa dk vFkZ crkrs gq, okD; esa Á;ksx dhft, [4 Marks]
(i) vxj&exj djuk
(ii) vk¡[ks [kqyuk

(vii) fuEu 'kCnksa ds foykse 'kCn fyf[k, [4 Marks]


(i) vk; (ii) mRFkku

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


3. nksgs ds vk/kkj ij vki lkou ds cjlus vkSj xjtus okys cknyksa ds fo"k; esa D;k dguk pkgsaxs\
[3 Marks]

4. ekLVj th dh vkokt vc de Å¡ph FkhA os jsyxkM+h ds ckjs esa crk jgs FksA* ekLVj th dh vkokt /kheh D;ksa
gks xbZ gksxh\ fyf[k,A [3 Marks]

5. ?keaMh dh vk¡[k ls frudk fudkyus ds fy, mlds vkl&ikl yksxksa us D;k fd;k\ [3 Marks]

6. [kku&iku esa cnyko ds dkSu&ls Qk;ns gS\a fQj ys[kd bl cnyko dks ysdj fpafrr D;ksa gSa\ [3 Marks]

7. ysf[kdk dks uhydaB dh dkSu&dkSu&lh ps"Vk,¡ cgqr Hkkrh Fkha\ [3 Marks]

8. ikB ds vk/kkj ij lkou dh fo'ks"krk,¡ fyf[k,A [3 Marks]

9. dq¡oj flag dks cpiu esa fdu dkeksa esa etk vkrk Fkk\ D;k mUgsa mu dkeksa ls Lora=rk lsukuh cuus esa dqN
enn feyh\ [3 Marks]

10. esjh ek¡ us eq>s viuh Áflf) dks fouezrk ls l¡Hkkyus dh lh[k nh gS* /kujkt fiYyS dh bl ckr dk D;k vFkZ
gS\ [3 Marks]

11. fuEu 'kCnksa ds vFkZ fyf[k, [3 Marks]


(i) vuqlj.k (ii) xzhok (iii) Lok/khurk

12. uhydaB ikB ds ys[kd dk uke fyf[k,A [3 Marks]

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[k.M ^?k* (jpuk)
13. fuEu es ls fdlh ,d fo"k; ij ¼80&100½ 'kCnksa es vuqPNsn fyf[k,A [7 Marks]
(i) Ánw"k.k
(ii) esjh fÁ; iqLrd

14. vius tUefnu ds 'kqHk volj ij vius pkpkth }kjk Hksts x, migkj ds fy, /kU;okn Kkiu ds fy, i=
fyf[k,A [5 Marks]