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Name of the Organisation : O.P. Jindal School, RAIGARH
Exam : First Term Periodic Test
Category : Class VI
Year : 2018-19
Subjects : English/Hindi/Mathematics/EVS/Computer/Science/Sanskrit
Document Type : Question Paper
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O.P. Jindal First Term Periodic Test Class VI Question Paper

Time : 3 hrs.
Class : VI
M.M. : 80

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Instructions

** Section – A Reading (15 marks)
** Section – B Writing (20 marks)
** Section – C Grammar (20 marks)
** Section – D English Reader (25 marks)
** All the questions are compulsory.
** You may attempt any section at a time.
** All the questions of that particular section must be attempted in the correct order.

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English

Section – A : (Reading Skill – 15 marks)
A.1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions : (5)
GOD BLESS YOU!
By the time our delayed train reached and I disembarked with my father and baby Lavanya, it was past midnight. It was cold, dark and foggy. My husband, Manas,who was to receive us, was nowhere in sight. Soon the platform became deserted.

Choose the most appropriate answer:
(i) The author was apprehensive when a man approached her as:
(a) he was smart looking
(b) her father was not with her
(c) he looked scary and had bloodshot eyes
(d) her husband was nowhere in sight

(ii) The man refused payment because
(a) the money offered was less
(b) he was not a porter
(c) he sensed the woman’s fear
(d) he wanted to help the lady

(iii) The man handed the baby back to lady as
(a) he feared that the baby would start crying
(b) she reached out for the baby
(c) his eyes suddenly filled up with tears
(d) he realized that the lady was scared

(iv) This incident made the author realize that
(a) not to be scared of strangers
(b) only take the service of regular porters
(c) not allow the strangers to handle their children
(d) not judged people by their appearance

(v) The word in the passage APPREHENSIVE means
(a) appreciated
(b) fearful
(c) happy
(d) sad

A.2 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions :
Eggshells have never been considered very useful. However, women in the Sarguja district of Chhattisgarh, with the help from Ambikapur Municipal Corporation, have found a unique way to contribute to their family income by using these eggshells and also get empowered along the way!
i) Answer these questions. (1×4=4)
(a) What have the women of Sarguja found?
(b) Which other jobs did the women find in the district?
(c) Who is Ritu Sen? What has been she doing for the women?
(d) How are the eggshells turned into calcium powder?

ii) Complete the sentences. (1×2=2)
(a) C. Srinivasan has shared his ideas on waste management on ________.
(b) The eggshells are also used as ________.

iii) Write whether the given statements are True or False. (1×2=2)
(a) The powder and fertiliser cost between Rs 200 and Rs 600 per kg.
(b) This process has empowered the women of Sarguja district

iv) Find words from the passage that mean. (1×2=2)
(a) respect and admire (paragraph 3) –
(b) fill something up again (paragraph 4) –

Mathematics

SECTION-A : (Attempt all questions)
Q.1 The population of Pune was 25,38,473. If it is rounded off to the nearest thousands, the population was ______.
Q.2 300 is the predecessor of ______.
Q.3 A number for which the sum of all its factors is equal to twice the number itself is called a ______ number.
Q.4 All the radii of a circle are of ______ length.
Q.5 The number of diagonals in a pentagon is ______.
Q.6 The number of integers lying between – 4 and 4 is _____.

SECTION – B : (Attempt all questions)
Q.7 Write in Roman numerals:
(a) 99 (b) 327
Q.8 Find the product of largest 3-digit number and smallest 3-digit number.
Q.9 Which direction will you face if you start facing:
(a) east and make of a revolution clockwise?
(b) west and make of a revolution anti-clockwise?
Q.10 Subtract 4 from –10.
Q.11 Write all the prime numbers between 20 to 40.
Q.12 Illustrate, each one of the following with a diagram:
(a) A closed curve that is not a polygon.
(b) An open curve made up entirely of line segments

Social Science

SECTION – A :
Q.1 Fill in the blanks. (½×6=3)
i) The circle that divides the Earth into day and night is called ________.
ii) The pebble from which the required tool was to be made, which was held in one
hand called ________.
iii) ________means all adults have the right to vote.
iv) ________ & ________ are the most predominant gases in the sun.
v) The Earth moves from ________ to ________ direction.
vi) In Mehrgarh the dead persons were buried with ________.

Q.2 Choose the correct option (½×6=3)
i) South Africa became a democratic country in the year
a) 1950 b) 1970 c) 1984 d) 1994
ii) From which of these sites, was the evidence of pit houses were discovered
a) Daojali Hading b) Mehrgarh c) Burzahom d) Koldihwa
iii) Yellow colour is used for showing
a) Mountains b) plateau c) Water bodies d) plains
iv) The standard time of India is ahead of prime Meridian by
a) 5 hours b) 6 hours c) 5 hours 30 minutes d) 2 hours
v) The following constellation consists of seven main stars
a) Ursa major b) ursa minor c) Hercules d) Lyra
vi) From which of these places harappans got copper
a) Rajasthan b) Kerala c) Uttar Pradesh d) Jammu &Kashmir

Q.3 Name the following. (½×4=2)
i) Two planets which have rings around them.
ii) The two states involved in Cauvery water dispute.
iii) The place where Christmas is celebrated in summer.
iv) The tree whose bark is used to write manuscripts.

Q.4 Give one word for the following. (4×½=2)
i) The people who are farmers and herders live in a group and are related to one another.
ii) The day in which day and night are of equal duration.
iii) A cluster of millions of stars.
iv) An instrument which shows direction.

Computer Studies

Q.1 Answer any five questions : (5*2= 10)
a) Define PageRank system.
b) What is Search Engine Optimization?
c) Write the steps to perform sorting using the Sort buttons on the Home tab.
d) Write some applications of PowerPoint?
e) What is e-commerce?
f) What is sorting?
g) Write a short note on Email Filter.

Q.2 Answer the following(Any One): (5*1=5)
a) Write the steps for sending an E-mail attachment.
b) What are Search Engines? Why do we need them? Give some examples.

Q.3 State whether the following statement is True or False: (10*1=10)
a) You can sort by columns or rows in ascending or descending order.
b) Excel allows you to sort worksheet data in alphabetical order only.
c) Shortcut to paste content from Word to PowerPoint is Ctrl + V.
d) The shortcut to insert the New Slide in PowerPoint is Ctrl + N.
e) Shortcut to copy content from Word to PowerPoint is Ctrl + V.
f) Google searches are not case sensitive.
g) CC stands for Carbon Copy.
h) Ctrl + U is used to undo a command performed last.
i) Google is the best search engine.
j) BCC stands for Blind Carbon Copy.

Q.4 Fill in the blanks: (10*1=10)
a) The slide show for a PowerPoint presentation can be run from the first slide using the ___________ function key.
b) To create filter click on ___________.
c) We receive all our emails in ___________.
d) Email messages remain in trash for ___________ days.
e) icon is also known as ___________.
f) From Beginning option is present in ___________.
g) Deleted mails can be restored from ___________.

Science

SECTION – A :
Q.1 Write one example of the fibre which is obtained from animal. (½)
Q.2 Is it possible to separate sugar mixed with wheat flour? (½)
Q.3 A thick coating of a paste of Plaster of paris(POP) is applied over the bandage on a fractured bone. It becomes hard on drying to keep the fractured bone immobilized. Can the change in POP be reversed. (½)
Q.4 In which part of a flower, you are likely to find the ovary? (½)
Q.5 Name the major nutrients in our food. (2)
Q.6 What is threshing? How is it done? (2)
Q.7 Write two examples of plants having tap root and fibrous root. (two examples for each kind of root) (2)
Q.8 What do you mean by deficiency disease? Name any deficiency disease and state its cause. (3)
Q.9 What are synthetic fibres? Give any two examples of each of the natural fibreand synthetic fibre. (3)
Q.10 Name 3 liquids that are soluble and 3 which are not soluble in water. (3)
Q.11 A drawing sheet changes when you draw a picture on it. Can you reverse this change? (3)
Q.12 Draw neat labelled diagram of
(a) Evaporation and Condensation
OR
(b) Filtration using a filter paper.

Q.13 Write any 6 methods of separation of components from their mixture. (only name)
OR
Define Evaporation and Condensation .

Q.15 Anita was interested in knowing more about plants and its parts. She started exploring and collecting plants. She wanted to preserve them, so that she canhave a good collection of plants.
a) Suggest the steps to help her in identifying plants.
b) Is there any other method to identify plants.
c) What are the values shown by Anita. (3)
Q.16 What is the function of a stem in a plant? State any three. (3)

Q.17 (a) Which of the following leaves have reticulate venation? Wheat, tulsi, maize, grass, coriander, china rose.
(b) Correct the statement – The number of petals and sepals in a flower is always equal.

Q.18 Name two foods each rich in :
a) Fats b) Starch c) Dietary fibre d) Protein e) Carbohydrate (5)

Q.19 a) Define : i) Ginning ii) Weaving iii) Spinning.
b) From which parts of the plant cotton and jute are obtained. (5)

Q.20 a) Label the parts given below from A to D.
b) Name two flowers, each with joined and separated sepals.

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