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Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth Time : 3 Hours
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.


1. Write the SI units of : [2 Marks]

(a) force (b) pressure
2. Write any three ways to reduce friction. [3 Marks]
3. Define the following terms : (any three) [1 × 3 = 3 Marks]
(a) Time period
(b) Wavelength
(c) Pitch
(d) Echo
(e) Timbre
4. What do you mean by constellations? Draw any two constellations. [3 Marks]
5. (a) Define for natural phenomena : [2 + 3 = 5 Marks]
(i) epicentre of an earthquake
(ii) step ladder
(b) Write any three safety measures for prevention against shocks.

6. Draw a well labelled structure of human eye. Write uses of any three parts of eye. [5 Marks]
With the help of diagrams show:
(a) Dispersion of white light by prism
(b) Reflection through plane mirror
(c) Refraction by parallel glass slab
(d) Rectilinear propagation of light
(e) Refraction of light going from air into water
7. Draw a well labelled diagram for electroplating of copper on iron spoon. [2 Marks]
8. Give two practical examples from daily life which proves rectilinear propagation of light. [2 Marks]

9. Explain why plastic containers are favoured for storing food. [2 Marks]
10. Explain why the following are made of thermosetting plastics. [3 Marks]
(a) Saucepan handles
(b) Electric plugs/switches/plug boards

11. Give three physical properties of metals [3 Marks]

12. Give reasons for the following. [3 Marks]
(a) Aluminium foils are used to wrap food items.
(b) Sodium and potassium are stored in kerosene.

13. Explain the process of formation of petroleum. [5 Marks]

14. One day Reeta went to a jeweller’s shop with her mother. Her mother gave an old gold jewellery to the
goldsmith to polish. Next day when they brought the jewellery back, they found that there was a slight
loss in its weight. Can you suggest a reason for the loss in weight? [5 Marks]

15. Covering a blanket around a person's clothes when it catches fire, puts fire off. Why is that so? [2 Marks]

16. In an experiment 4.5 kg of a fuel was completely burnt. The heat produced was measured to be
180,000 kJ. Calculate the calorific value of the fuel. [2 Marks]


17. Choose the correct answer [2 Marks]

(i) The bacterium promotes the formation of curd
(A) Lactobacillus (b) Streptococcus (C) Diplococcus (D) Yeast

(ii) Endocrine glands release hormones in

(A) Duct (B) Bone marrow (C) Blood (D) Organ's cavity

18. Fill in the blanks [2 Marks]

(i) Soil crumbs are broken with the help of ______________
(ii) Ganga action plan was launched in ______________

19. Give one word answer for the following [3 Marks]

(i) Water suitable for drinking.
(ii) Egg laying animals.
(iii) Stoppage of menstruation.

20. Differentiate between the following [3 Marks]

(a) Plant cell and Animal cell
(b) Oviparous and Viviparous
(c) Testes and Ovary

21. (i) Define adolescence [3 Marks]

(ii) Define air pollutant? Write the name of two air pollutant.

22. (i) Define balanced diet. [3 Marks]

(ii) Draw a diagram of mitochondria
(iii) What is the function of mitochondria

23. Draw a well labelled diagram of an Amoeba, a Nerve cell, a Sperm, an alga, a fungus [5 Marks]

24. Define the following terms [5 Marks]

(a) Antibiotic
(b) Reproduction
(c) Global warming
(d) Water pollution
(e) Carbon monoxide poisoning

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 dot you observe? Is hen’s egg made up of a single cell or multiple cell ?
[2 Marks]

Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIII Time : 3 Hours


(i) All questions are compulsory.

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


1. Find the cube root of 29791 numbers by inspection.

2. Simplify : (2x + 3y) (3x + 4y)

3. What is the probability of getting one head when two coins are thrown together ?

4. Write the quadrant in which the point (4, – 3) lie.

5. Find the number of faces if number of edges is ten and number of vertex is six

6. Find the smallest number which when subtracted from 43079 makes it exactly divisible by 9.


 8  3    3 11 
7. Simplify:     
 5 2   10 16 
8. Evaluate : (2x + 3y)

9. Given below are the marks (out of 100) obtained by 20 students of a class in mathematics in an annual
examination :
23, 75, 56, 42, 70, 84, 92, 51, 40, 63, 87, 58, 35, 80, 14, 63, 49, 72, 66, 61
Find the range of the given data

10. On the basis of following figure answer the following questions.



(a) Probability of the pointer stopping on D.

(b) Probability of the pointer stopping on A.

11. In a quadrilateral ABCD, AC = 15 cm. The perpendiculars drawn from B and D respectively to AC
measure 8.2 cm and 9.1 cm. Find the area of the quadrilateral.

12. The angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3 : 4, Find the angles.
13. What must be added to 7581 to make it a perfect square ?

14. Arjun is twice as old as shriya. Five years ago his age was three times shriya's age. Find their present

5 2 2 2
x 2 2 x x
15. If     , find   and   .
y 3 3 y y
3 2 2
16. Divide : x – 6x + 11x – 6 by x – 4x + 3

17. Amar buys a pair of shoes costing Rs 470. If the rate of sales tax is 7%, calculate the total amount
payable by him for shoes.

18. At what rate percent per annum, compound interest ,will Rs 10000 amount to Rs 13310 in three years ?

19. Two taps take 12 hours and 16 hours respectively to fill a tank. Find the time taken to fill the tank if they
are open at the same time.

20. The number of hours for which students of a particular class watched television during holidays is
shown through the given graph.
Answer the following
(i) For how many hours did the maximum number of students watch TV ?
(ii) How many students watched TV for less than 4 hours ?
(iii) How many students spent more than 5 hours in watching TV ?

Number of students

24 22
8 8
8 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Hours of TV watched per day 

21. The length and breadth of a rectangular field is in the ratio 4 : 3. If the area is 3072 m , find the cost of
fencing the field at the rate of Rs. 4 per metre.

22. A scooterist calculated his average cost of running his scooter, which is given in the following table

Draw the graph (distance, cost) and from the graph answer the following questions :
(a) What will be the cost if he drives 40 km ?
(b) What will be the cost if he drives 53 km ?
(c) If he spends Rs 44, how far has he travelled ?
23. Construct quadrilateral ABCD if AB = 3.8 cm, BC = 2.5 cm, CD = 4.5 cm, B = 30°, C = 150°.

3 4 2 x 1
3 3 3
24. Find x, so that-        
2 2 2

25. In figure, ABCD is a kite whose diagonals intersect at O. If DAB = 44º and BCD = 86º

Find : (i) ODA (ii) OBC

26. Factorise :
4 4 2 2
(i) 3a – 48b (ii) 36x – 12x + 1 – 25y

27. Find the compound interest on Rs 15,625 for 9 months at 16% per annum, compounded quarterly.

28. Two trains of length 150 m and 180 m are running on parallel tracks in the same direction. Find the time
taken to cross each other if their speeds are 35 km/h and 40 km/h.

29. In a survey, it was found that a student spends his 24 hours of a day in the following manner. Draw a
pie chart to represent the various activities.
Activity Number of Hours
Sleep 8
School 7
Games 2
Homework 3
Others 4

30. Find the volume and surface area of a cuboid of  = 10 cm, b = 8 cm and h = 6 cm.

Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth Time : 3 Hours

I. The question paper is divided into four sections :

SECTION A : Reading 15 MARKS
SECTION B : Writing 15 MARKS
SECTION C : Grammar 20 MARKS
SECTION D : Literature 30 MARKS
II. All questions are compulsory.
III. You may attempt any section at a time.
IV. All questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.

1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow- [10 Marks]
Many years ago, at the foothills of the Kaatskill (Kat-skill) mountains, was a little village. In the
village lived a simple, good-natured fellow named Rip Van Winkle. He was a kind neighbour,
ready to help anyone. Everyone in the village liked him. The children of the village shouted with joy
whenever they saw him because he played with them, he taught them to fly kites and shoot marbles,
and told them long stories.The only problem with Rip was that he was very lazy. He did no work on his
own farm and just idled away his time. His fences were falling to pieces.
(a) Where was the little village situated? [1]
(b) What kind of a man was Rip? [1]
(c) Why did everyone in the village like him? [1]
(d) Why did the children of the village like him ? [1]
(e) What was the problem with Rip ? [1]
(f) What did he do all day long? [1]
(g) Write the title of the paragraph. [1]
(h) Write the antonyms of - [2]
(i) Little - ________ (ii) Like - ________
(i) Find out a word from the passage which means - [1]
Wasting time ________

2. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below it in the context of the
passage. [5 Marks]
A well-dressed young man entered a big textile shop one evening. He was able to draw the attention of
the salesmen who thought him rich and likely to make heavy purchases. He was shown the superior
varieties of suit lengths and sarees. But after casually examining them, he kept moving to the next
section, where readymade goods were being sold and further on to the hosiery section. By then, the
salesmen had begun to doubt his intentions and drew the attention of the manager. The manager
asked him what exactly he wanted and he replied that he wanted courteous treatment. He explained
that he had come to the same shop in casual dress that morning and drawn little attention. His pride
was hurt and he wanted to assert himself. He had come in good dress only to get decent treatment,
not for getting any textiles. He left without making any purchase.

(a) The young man was well-dressed because

(i) it was his habit to dress well
(ii) it was his wedding day
(iii) he wanted to meet the manager of the shop
(iv) he wanted to impress the salesmen

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(b) The salesmen in the shop are described as people who pay attention to
(i) only young men and women
(ii) pretty women
(iii) only rich customers
(iv) regular customers
(c) The young man moved away to the hosiery section because he
(i) was not interested in purchasing anything now
(ii) did not like the readymade clothes
(iii) wanted better clothes
(iv) was restless
(d) The manager asked the young man what he wanted because
(i) he would give him exactly what he was looking for
(ii) the salesman had drawn his attention to the indifferent attitude of the young man
(iii) he thought they could do more business with him that way
(iv) he thought the visitor was dissatisfied
(e) The young man left without making purchases because he
(i) did not have money
(ii) could not find any item of his choice
(iii) had come only to make a point about the indifferent attitude of the salesmen towards casually
dressed customers
(iv) decided to come to make the purchases later on


3. Read the given line and complete the story in 150-200 words. Give a suitable title to your story.
[9 Marks]
Last Sunday, I was watching TV. Suddenly I heard people shouting outside ………..

4. Write a letter to the Editor of 'The Times of India' regarding the frequent traffic jams on the roads of your
city because of poor road conditions. [6 Marks]


5. Fill in the correct form of verb - [6 Marks]

(a) I _____ him last Monday. (Meet)
(b) Susan _____ been _____ for 3 hours. (Work)
(c) I _____ a great film yesterday. (See)
(d) She has _____ her work. (Complete)
(e) People are _____ in temple. (Pray)
(f) She _____ on the ground. (Jump)

6. Passivize the following sentences – [6 Marks]

(a) I am cooking the beans.
(b) Did she find your book?
(c) The teacher had checked the copies.
(d) Please stop the car.
(e) We play football.
(f) What does she say?

7. Fill the correct verb in the given blank according to the subject. [6 Marks]
(a) You and I _______ done this assignment. (has / have)
(b) He along with his parents _______ there. (was / were)
(c) There _______ big mountains. (was / were)
(d) The number of people there _______ not much. (is / are)
(e) Neither they nor that man _______ to park. (go / goes)
(f) One of my friends _______ sick. (are / is)

8. Rearrange the following into meaningful sentences. [2 Marks]

(a) in / we / of / science / the age / live
(b) progressive / Delhi / a / town / is


9. Read the following extract and answer the questions that follow - [4 Marks]
'Bepin have you taken to drugs or something? As far as I know ......... you had clean record where such
things were concerned'
(a) In the above lines who is speaking to whom? [2]
(b) Why the speaker is surprised? [1]
(c) Write the name of the author. [1]

10. Answer the following questions in brief. (30-40 words) [10 Marks]
(a) What is the significance of cobra lily in relation to the monsoon season?
(b) What is the scientist's message for the disabled?
(c) How did Jody look after the fawn, after he accepted the responsibility for doing this?
(d) What do the sword, the gold and the smile of the fair lady signify?
(e) What objection did the Kangroo raise?

11. Discuss the common features between the grasshopper and the cricket. [3 Marks]

12. Write the meaning of the following words – [8 Marks]

(a) sleuthing (b) radiance (c) damp (d) enchanted
(e) thicket (f) drongos (g) heralded (h) worsted socks

13. In the chapter 'The Great Stone Face', what was the prophecy? Did it come true? Explain your answer
in 80-100 words. [5 Marks]

Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIII Time : 3 Hours
(i) All sections are compulsory.
(ii) The question paper consists of 26 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).

1. Define minerals.

2. Write two examples of non-conventional power resources.

3. Mention any four port cities.

4. What do you mean by subordinate court?

5. Who are untouchables?

6. Name the famous act to prevent manual scavenging that came into being in 1993.

7. Who founded the "Brahmo Samaj"?

8. In 1911, a grand darbar was held by the British in Delhi. Why?

9. What was the wood's Despatch?

10. Describe the main features of the criminal law cases.

11. What do you understand by agricultural development? What steps should be taken to increase the
agricultural production? (Any 2 steps)

12. Distinguish between public sector & joint sector.

13. What is manual scavenging?

14. "The right to safe drinking water is a fundamental right" Explain.

15. How did the knowledge of ancient texts helped the reformers promote new laws?

16. How did European photographers create the image of India?

17. Write down the names of different types of industries.

18. What changes occured in the pathshalas under British rule?

19. Give a short note on features of minerals.

20. What are the advantages of non-conventional power resources.

21. What is the method of filling a FIR?

22. Name three problems that the newly independent nation of India faced?

23. How was the politics of the 'Radicals' within the congress different from that of the 'Moderates'?

24. What do you mean by the age structure of population? Explain in detail.

25. Mention some of the evil effects of the caste system?


26. Mark and label the following on the map.

(i) Venues of Indian National Congress Session in 1906 & 1916
(ii) Coal deposits in North America, South America

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(?k) o`{kkxzoklh u p if{kjkt% f=us=/kkjh u p 'kwyikf.kA [2 Marks]
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(v) ik + rqequ~

11. (i) [kkn~ /kkrq yV~ ydkjs fy[kr~ [3 Marks]

[kkn~ /kkrq yksV~ ydkjs fy[kr~
(ii) b"k~ /kkrq yksV~ ydkjs fy[kr~ [3 Marks]
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(v) 100

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Maximum Marks : 80 Class –VIIIth 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. Queries, reports and forms are _______ of MS Access

(a) Objects (b) Icons (c) Buttons

2. A _______ is used to extract records from a table according to a certain condition.

(a) form (b) query (c) report

3. Every HTML document consists of

(a) Hyperlinks (b) tags (c) none of these

4. < BR > is an _______ tag

(a) empty (b) non-empty (c) both (a) & (b)

5. BGCOLOR is the attribute of _______ tag

(a) Body (b) font (c) IMG

6. The original HTML standard was developed by _______ .

7. < OL > means _______ .

8. < A > means _______ .

9. Any one database object _______ .

10. _______ is a collection of data related to each other.

11. Full form of COMPUTER____.

12. Full form of USB____.

13. Full form of IP____.

14. The number of rows multiplied by the number of columns is equal to the total number of______.
(a) records (b) fields (c) values

15. MS Access provides________views to see data in a table.

(a) three (b) four (c) five

16. <HR> means_____.

17. <BR> means____.

Section B
18. What is RDBMS?

19. Name the three view in which a form can be displayed?

20. Define website and webpage.

21. Which tag is used to underline the text?

22. How do you adjust the design of your form?

23. What is the full form of XML?

Section C
24. Differentiate between ordered list and unordered list.

25. What is the use of < title > tag?

26. What is the primary key? State its use in a table.

27. Mention the different ways to create a database.

28. Which are the reserved symbols in HTML?

29. What are attributes?

30. State the use of <TABLE> and <IMG> tag.

Section D
31. Explain the use of Anchor tag with example.

32. What is HTML? Write three features of HTML.

33. Write some advantages of a database.

34. Define the terms query, form and report.

35. How do you change the font colour of your text in HTML?

36. Explain the design grid of the query window.

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(II) laf/k dh ifjHkk"kk fy[krs gq, Hksnksa ds uke fyf[k, [2 Marks]

(i) laf/kin o laf/k dk uke fy[kks –
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(III) (i) *v* milxZ ls cus nks 'kCn fyf[k, [2 Marks]
(ii) *vd* ÁR;; ls cus rhu 'kCn fyf[k, [3 Marks]
(IV) fuEufyf[kr eqgkojksa dk vFkZ fyf[k, & [5 Marks]
(i) vk¡[k dk rkjk
(ii) bZn dk pk¡n gksuk
(iii) xkxj esa lkxj Hkjuk
(iv) [kqu i'khuk ,d djuk
(v) ukS nks x;kjg gksuk
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(i) v/kty xxjh Nydr tk,
(ii) ?kj dk Hksnh yadk <kosa
(iii) tkdks jk[ks lkbZ;k¡ ekj lds u dks;
(iv) nw/k dk nw/k ikuh dk ikuh
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4. vkids fopkj ls ys[kd us ikB dk uke Þtgk¡ ifg;k¡ gSß D;ks j[kk gksxk [4 Marks]

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7. fuEu i|ka'k dk HkkokFkZ Li"V dhft, & [5 Marks]

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rw tks dgrh cy dh csuh T;ks] gS gS ykach eksVhA
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11. Þckt vkSj lkaiß ikB ds ys[kd dk uke fyf[k, & [1 Mark]

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