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RTE Admission 2020-21 | 25% Portal Admission, State wise RTE Admission

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RTE Admission 2020-21: The Right to Education (RTE) platform serves as your solution for all the right to free and compulsory education based on the act of 2009. Thus, you will find all the relevant information and updates across on the country for RTE admission 2020 here. This is an initiative by the center of civil society also known as CCS under the school choice campaign (SCC). The lottery of RTE Admission for the year 2020 has been declared on March 17.

Currently, it is running in partnership with the center for square foundation (CSF). RTE that is right to education is the right for the children below the age of 14 years to get the free as well as compulsory education. Accordingly, the government has also made a provision of 25% reservation for students in total seats at schools. This is for the students who fall in the economically weaker section under the RTE act of 2009.

RTE Admission 2020

In this article, we are providing you all the information about the RTE. It begins by choosing the state to have a bird’s eye view regarding the status of the implementation of the RTE. Also, it includes a 25% quota for students in every state. All the students whose parents or guardians have an annual income source less than Rs. 1,00,000 can apply for the RTE admissions 2020. RTE Admission last date is 12th February 2020.

RTE Partners

RTE is an initiative of Centre for Civil Society (CCS) under its School Choice Campaign (SCC) and is currently run in partnership with Central Square Foundation (CSF).

  • Centre for Civil Society
  • Olive Global
  • Centre Square Foundation

How To Apply for RTE Admission 2020?

  • Step – 1: Students have to visit the official website to apply for RTE Admission.
  • Step – 2: After landing on the home page, look for Online Application.
  • Step – 3: It will be redirected to a new page where students have to register for RTE Admission 2020-21
  • Step – 4: Now candidates are required to fill RTE Admission Registration Form, click on registration after entering all the details.
  • Step – 5: Now candidates need to login RTE Admission by using login id and password.
  • Step – 6: Candidates need to fill the details and submit the application form for 25% of RTE Admission.

RTE Admission Age Criteria: Students who belong to the age group of 6-14 years are eligible to apply for 25% RTE Admission.

State-wise RTE Admission 2020

FAQ’s on RTE Admission 2020-21

Question 1.
What is RTE Admission 2020 21?

Answer:
RTE Admission Act means Right To Education it describes the importance of education and compulsory education to children between the age group of 6-14 years under the Indian Constitution of Article 21a.

Question 2.
What is meant by RTE Admission?

Answer:
The term “free” means that no child, admitted in RTE supported school, is liable to pay any fee for elementary education. “Compulsory” means that the government is obliged to ensure admission, attendance, and completion of a child’s elementary education in the said age group

Question 3.
Who can apply for RTE?

Answer:
Orphans, Children with special needs, Children of migrant workers and street workers are eligible. A family income of Rs. 3.5 lakhs or below can Apply for RTE.

Question 4.
What is RTE Age Limit?

Answer:
Children between the age group of 6-14 years of age are eligible to apply for RTE.

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Gap Filling Exercises for Class 9 CBSE with Answers

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Gap Filling Exercises for Class 9 CBSE with Answers

Formulae Handbook for Class 9 Maths and ScienceEducational Loans in India

I. Study the given notes and complete the paragraph that follows by filling up the gaps with the most appropriate option from those given:

1. Notes:

  • Rainy day
  • Busy traffic
  • Car collision with a speeding bus
  • 5 badly injured, 1 died on the spot
  • Injured taken to the hospital
  • Local help

It was a rainy day. Traffic (a)………… busy on the road. A (b)…………. hit a car badly in the market. Five commuters were badly injured while one person (c)……………………..on the spot. The injured persons were taken to the nearest hospital. The local people were of great help.
(a) (i) will be                  (ii) was                     (iii) is                           (iv) has been
(b) (i) speeding bus     (ii)  speeded bus     (iii) sped up bus        (iv) speed bus
(c) (i) was died             (ii)  had died             (iii) died                      (iv) is died

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2. Instructions for opening a bank A/C

  • Select the Bank of your choice
  • Contact the Customer Care Officer in the Bank
  • Contact the proper Authority as instructed by the Customer Care
  • Submit the required documents
  • Contact the bank as instructed for collecting your Passbook and ATM card

For opening a bank A/C you (a)……………….. to select a bank of your choice. You (b)……………… to visit the bank and contact the Customer Care Officer there. Thereafter you should meet the concerned Authority. You (c)………………… to submit the required documents. Don’t forget to visit the bank for collecting the passbook and ATM card.
(a) (i) require   (ii) are required        (iii) will require          (iv) have to require
(b) (i) will         (ii) should                  (iii) need                      (iv) are
(c) (i) must      (ii) shall                     (iii) are required          (iv) should

3. Polishing your shoes

  • Clean shoes
  • Polish coated
  • Let them soak
  • Brush to shine

Shoes (a)…………….. of dust with a brush. A layer of polish (b)……………….. over the shoes. One should wait a little till the polish (c)………………….. Then shoes are brushed to shine.
(a) (i) is cleaned        (ii) will be cleaned         (iii) are cleaned        (iv) has to be cleaned
(b) (i) has coated      (ii) need be coated        (iii) is coated             (iv) will be coated
(c) (i) was died          (ii)  had died                   (iii) died                      (iv) is died

4. Notes:

  • Annual Function of the school
  • The Mayor as the Chief Guest
  • Inauguration by the Principal
  • Prize Distribution by the Chief Guest

Last week the Annual Function of our school (a)……………….. The Mayor of the town (b)……………………….. to grace the occasion as the chief guest. The function (c)……………………. by the Principal while the Mayor, the chief guest distributed the prize to the winners.
(a) (i) is celebrated       (ii) had been celebrated       (iii) was celebrated                  (iv) shall be celebrated
(b) (i) was invited         (ii) has been invited               (iii) is invited                             (iv) shall be invited
(c) (i) is inaugurated    (ii) was inaugurated              (iii) will be inaugurated            (iv) has been inaugurated

5. Process of Operating an ATM

  • Find an ATM of any bank
  • Take your ATM card and put it in the slot
  • Enter your secret PIN
  • Select your option
  • Wait a little till your transaction is complete
  • Get the currency
  • Collect your Card and Transaction Slip
  • Leave the ATM cabin

For doing transaction through ATM you (a)……………………. to find an ATM of any bank. First you (b)…………………….  to put your card in the card slot followed by (c)…………………….. the secret PIN. You are to wait till your transaction is complete. Then take the currency, collect your card and leave the ATM cabin.
(a) (i) shall                     (ii) are required                    (iii) should                      (iv) needed
(b) (i) have to                (ii) need                                 (iii) must                         (iv) do
(c) (i) enter                    (ii) entering                           (iii) entered                     (iv) have enter

ANSWER

1. (a) (ii) was                                    (b) (i) speeding bus                                             (c) (iii) died
2. (a) (ii) are required                      (b) (iii) need                                                          (c) (iii) are required
3. (a) (iii) are cleaned                      (b) (iii) is coated                                                   (c) (ii) soaks the leather
4. (a) (iii) was celebrated                (b) (i) was invited                                                 (c) (ii) was inaugurated
5. (a) (ii) are required                       (b) (ii) need                                                           (c) (ii) entering

II. Choose the best word from the options given in bracket to complete the following passages:

  1. Most UFO sightings occur (a)……………. (at, in, on, during) the night, either late in the evening or in the early hours of the morning, (b)……………….. (As, While,When, Often) they take place on a dark moonless night when the person (c)…………….. (are, is, were, was) alone on a country road. This eerie atmosphere is perfect (d) ………………………… (of, for, off, on) playing tricks on a person’s imagination. Police and newspaper officers are often swamped (e)………………… (in, for, with, among) calls when something strange is seen in the skies, (f)………………….. (How, Then, Once, Before) an explanation is given, most people are happy to accept it.
  2. Climate change (a)……………… (is, was, will, has) one (b)………………… (at, on, with, of) the most (c)……………….. (hot, hoted, hotly, hoting) contested environmental debates of our time. (d)………………………. (Will, Can, Have, Has) the West Antarctic ice sheet melt entirely? Will the Gulf Stream ocean current (e)…………………. (was, be, is , are) disrupted? May be. May be not. (f)………………….. (Neither, Either, Or, As) way, Antarctica is a crucial element in this debate.
  3. Sadao had taken this (a)………………. (in, into, at, of) his mind as he did (b)……………………….. (nothing, everything, all, everywhere) his father said, his father who (c)………………. (always, seldom, never, ever) joked (d)………………… (and, or, else, nor) played (e)………………………. (with, of, at, in) him but (f)…………………. (whose, whom, who, what) spent infinite pains upon him who was his only son.
  4. So (a)…………………. (a, an, the, one) wizard said, “Oh, very well. (b)………………(Go, went, gone, going) to the end of the lane and turn (c)………………….. (on, in, around, from) three times and look down the magic well and there you will (d)……………. (found, finding, find) three pennies. Hurry (e)……………………… (up, at, on, of).” So Roger Skunk went to the end of the lane and (f)………………….. (turn, turned, turning, has turned) around three times and there in the magic well were three pennies!
  5. Human civilisations have been around (a)……………………. (at, on, for, in) a paltry 12,000 years, barely a (b)………………(many, few, some, each) seconds (c) …………………….(at, in, on, of) the geological clock. In that short amount (d) ……………(of, on, with, at) time, we’ve managed (e)………………………. (at, to, of, for) create quite a ruckus, etching our dominance (f)…………………………. (at, in, off, over) nature with our villages, towns, cities and megacities. The rapid increase of human population has left us battling with other species for limited resources.
  6. Sadao Hoki’s house (a)……………… (was, is, will, can) built on a spot of the Japanese coast (b)…………………(here, where, everywhere, anywhere) (c)……………………. (like, as, same, similar) a little boy he had (d)…………..(never, ever, often, seldom) played. The low, square stone house was set (e)………………(on, upon, in, at) rocks well (f).……………………(above, below, beneath, over) a narrow beach that was outlined with bent pines. His father had taken him often to the islands of those seas.
  7. He smelled (a)…………………. (so, as, like, as) bad that (b)…………………………. (all, every, none, each) of the other little woodland creatures would play (c)…………………………….. (on, of, from, with) him. She looked at him (d)…………………..(solemn, solemned, solemnly). She had not (e)……………………. (forsee, forsaw, forseen, foreseeing) this. Whenever he would go out to play, Roger (f)…………………………………………………….. (remember, remembered, remembering, will remember) the humiliations of his own childhood. All of the other tiny animals would cry, “Uh-oh, here comes Roger Stinky Skunk”.
  8. It won’t make my face (a)…………………… (change, changed, changes, changing). Do you know, one day, a woman (b)…………………. (go, going, went, gone) by me (c)………………………….. (at, in, of, on) the street. I (d)………………….. (am, was, where, is) at a bus-stop and she was (e)………………….(along, with, in, without) another woman. She (f)…………….. (look, looks, looked, looking) at me, and she said, “Look at that, that’s a terrible thing.

ANSWERS

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Editing Exercises for Class 10 CBSE with Answers

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Formulae Handbook for Class 10 Maths and Science

Editing Exercises for Class 10 CBSE with Answers

Question 1.
The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Write the incorrect word and the correction in your answer sheet against the correct question number. The first one has been done as an example. (4 Marks Each) (Board 2014, Set QUD9VQW, PRE2N1B)

Dolphins and killer whales has learned elaborate routine [Error: has; Correction: have]
to entertain aquarium audiences. They are thought
by men to being even more scientifically (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
intelligent then me. In scientific (b) [Error: ________; Correction: _______ ;]
experiments they had showed great (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
skill for distinguishing between objects. (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Answer.
Editing Exercises For Class 10 CBSE Pdf With Answers

Question 2. The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each of the lines. Write the incorrect word and the correction in the space provided : (1/2 x 8 = 4 marks)

Community service sensitise people to (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
other’s needs and supports inclusive (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
development to the underprivileged (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
sections with society. Courses about social (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
work prepares frontline workers to (e) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
takes up assignments in social welfare (f) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
organizations. Practical work including (g) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
50 hour of structured internship to man projects.(h) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]

Answer:
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Question 3.
The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Write the incorrect word and the correction in your answer sheet against the correct question number. (4 marks) (Board Term-I 2013, Set 8SRR)

Madhubani Painting is one in the many traditional (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Indian art forms. It is but known as Mithila or Godhna (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Paintings. This art developed by Mithila or Madhubani district (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
of Bihar or then spread to villages around Madhubani (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]

Answer:
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Question 4.
The following paragraph has not been edited. There is an error in each line. Identify the error and write the correct word against the correct blank number.

Vijender Singh of Bhiwani, be the (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
first Indian boxer as bring an Olympic (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
medal to India at 2008. (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Vijender was encouraged from his coach (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]

Answer:
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Question 5.
The following paragraph has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Identify the error and write it along with the corrections. Underline the correct word supplied by you. The first one has been done as an example for you. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,058)

Gold prices are now touched an all time [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
high. Some says it could be a bubble (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
that may grown but will at last (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
burst after recession in a (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
West was over. So, investment (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
in gold may not be a good idea now.

Answer:
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Question6. Following paragraph has not been edited. There is an error in each numbered write the correction against the correct blank number. Remember to underline has been done as an example. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,059)

When it comes to nutrients, almonds really know
how to shine! This all in one nut was snacked [Error: was; Correction: is;]
with multiple benefits who help in weight (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
management, maintain blood glucose levels (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
and providing essential nutrients. Almonds is (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
an excellence source of vitamin-E, magnesium, (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
and manganese.

Answer:
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Question 7. The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each of these lines. Write the incorrect word and the correction in your answer sheet. The first one has been done for you as an example. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,032)

God like qualities are planted with us at birth. [Error: _with______; Correction: _in_____;]
They grow amid the thorns of our fault. Many of us (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
look at ourselves and see only the thorn, the defects (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
We despair, thinking such we cannot do anything good (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
We neglect to water a good within us, (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
and eventually it dies.
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Question 8.
The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each of these lines. Write the incorrect word and the correction in your answer sheet. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,033)

Dolphins are well known for her agility and playful behaviour. (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
It makes them a favourite of wildlife watchers much. (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Species will leapt out of the water rise vertically out (e) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
of the water to view their surroundings and follow ships, (Ledu) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
often synchronizing your movements with one another. (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
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Question 9.
The following paragraph has not been edited. There is an error in each line. Identify the error and write it along with the correction. Underline the correct word supplied by you. (4 marks) (Board Tenn-12012, Set EC2,061)

Man has learn to communicate in a (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
variety off ways. There are examples of (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
communities uses whistles or tunes to (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
express its ideas without bringing in (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
words at all.
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Question 10. The following paragraph has not been edited. Identify the error in each line and write it along with the correction (as shown below). Underline the correction you have supplied. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,064)

Thieves held the manager at the [Error: _at_______; Correction: __of_____;]
Blue Star Hotel on gun point (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
last night during the daring raid (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
in which they took near one lakh (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
rupees from the hotel safe. He also (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
broke into several of the bedrooms. (Ledu) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
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Question 11.
The following paragraph has not been edited. There is an error in each line. Identify the error and write it along with the corrections as shown in the example. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,054)

Ethiopia is a landlocking country in [Error: landlockin___; Correction: landlocked_;]
an northeast African region known (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
as the Horn of Africa. Some on the (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
highest, and more stunning places (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
on the African continent are find here.(d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
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Question 12.
The passage below has not been edited. In each numbered line there is one error. Identify the error and then write the correction against each. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,056)

A computer company, have a seemingly impossible problem (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
with a too expensive machine. Staff engineers tried (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
everything he could think of, but couldn’t fix it. (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Desperate, they tried a retired engineer from a (Ledu) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
reputation for repairing all things technical. (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
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Question 13.
The following paragraph has not been edited. Identify the error in each line and write it along with the correction. Underline the correction you have supplied. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,018)

For Rahul Dravid cricket was a way to life, (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
a reflection of his grooming. It was quitely (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
evident at the time of his retirement too. Dravid (Ledu) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
draws a list of friends (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
and broke a news two days ahead of the moment in (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
Bangaluru.
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Question 14.
The following paragraph has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Identify the error and write it along with the correction (as shown below). Underline the correct word as shown in the example. (4 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,028)

Enid Blyton books are, of course, of primary [Error: ____of__; Correction: __for___;]
school children. Many were suitable for old (a) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
primary school children, but any are (b) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
especially write for new readers (c) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
in a early primary school years. (d) [Error: ________; Correction: ________;]
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Gap Filling Exercises for Class 10 CBSE With Answers

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Formulae Handbook for Class 10 Maths and Science

Gap Filling Exercises for Class 10 CBSE With Answers

Question 1.
Read the passage given below. Fill in the blanks by choosing the most appropriate word/phrases from the given options. (3 marks)
One of the (a)_____ problems facing the world today is global warming. Many scientists believe that our production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is having a heating effect on the atmosphere and this (b)_____ be very dangerous for human life. We (c)____ examine the problem of global warming and suggest some ways of solving it.
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Answer:
(a) (ii) biggest
(b) (i) could
(c) (iv) must

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Question 2.
Read the passage given below. Fill in the blanks by choosing the most appropriate word/phrases from the given options. (3 marks)Answer:(Board 2014, Set 8L1922Q)

What we call life is a very complex affair. It is not simply eating, reproducing and finally dying. Every creature

(a)_____these. Man has to lead a highly complicated life. It is like (b)_____ through a maze and coming out. He is an economic being and a social animal. He has to earn, make a home, look after his people and attend (c)_____ his obligations to the society and the Government. So, in order to be successful he has to develop certain qualities.
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Answer: (a) (iii) does ,
(b) (ii) going ‘
(c) (iv) to

Question 3.
Fill in the blanks using one word in each blank: (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks)

The Delhi Police (a)_____busted a gang of robbers (b)_____had robbed ? 20 crore (c)_____a bank. The arrested have (d)____identified as Jaswant Tiwari, his brother Hemant Tiwari (e)_____his uncle Mithilesh Tiwari. The trio (f)_____caught red handed with the money stuffed in suitcases. (NCT 2014)
Answer: (a) has (b) who (c) from (d) been (e) and (f) were

Question 4.
Fill in the blanks with the help of options that follow: (3 marks) (Board Term-12013, Set 5007)
Before alighting, the Wild Pigeon, like the Carolina Parrot and a few other species of birds, breaks die force of its flight by repeated flapping, (a)______ (so/although/even/as if) apprehensive of receiving injury from coming too suddenly (b)______(with/in/inside/at) contact, either with the branch, (c)_______(or/and/neither/nor) the spot of ground on which it intends to settle.
Answer:
(a) as if (b) in (c) or

Question 5.
Read the paragraph given below and fill in the blanks with the options that follow: (3 marks) (Board Term-12013, Set 85RR)

High school is a critical time in the life of young people. On (a) ______(a/the/an/no article) one hand, teenagers are eager to enjoy their freedom and independence, while on the other hand, they must be disciplined enough to keep (b)________(their/ the/our/ there) priorities straight. In my opinion, the family, the peer group and the school impact high school students the (c)______(best/highest/most/maximum) at this vulnerable time.
Answer: (a) the (b) their (c) most

Question 6.
Read the paragraph given below and fill in the blanks with options that follow: (1/2×6 = 3 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2028)

Amitabh Bachchan is (a)_______(one/two/a/of) of the greatest actors this country has produced. His fluency, his gift of timing, his command (b) ______ (of/over/off/upon) the language is unparalleled, (c)________(never/otherwise/always/sometimes) his histrionic talents too are among the (d)_______(best/better/worst/good) this country (e)______ (was/have/has/had) produced. Even now he (f) (has/had/have/is) to be the most popular actor of the country.
Answer:
 (a) one (b) over (c) sometimes (d) best (e) has (f) has

Question 7.
Complete the paragraph given below by filling in the blanks with the help of options that follow: (1/2x 6 = 3 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC 2044)

Spiders are one of the (a) _______(more/most/less/least) fascinating of creatures. Several hundred species are (b)_______ (found/find/lose/lost) in India. They are quick to get (c) _______(if/for/away/till) when we come too close to them. They (d) _______(less/hardly/had/often) don’t sting. Nor is their bite severe. In fact some ant bites hurt (e)_______ (most/more/much/very) than a spider bite. Many species of spiders inhabit (f) _______(our/ours/your/yours) environment. The females of only two species are dangerous. In fact many of the deadly looking ones do not harm us.
Answer: (a) most (b) found (c) away (d) often (e) more (f) our

Question 8.
Complete the paragraph given below with the help of the options that follow. Write the correct options against the correct blank number. (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,042)

A doctor had the habit of talking to the trees (a) _______(on/in/along/with) the roadside as he took (b)_______ (my/your/his/her) walks in the evening. He would (c) _______(bend/bent/bended/bending) to kiss the trees lovingly and whisper kind words to (d)_______ (it/they/them/those). This was an odd (e) _______(and/but/as/so) beautiful sight. It was indeed (f) _______(a/an/the/this) noble act in this wicked world. One day he was very upset to see one of his trees cut down. The nature lover was so upset that he collapsed on the road. (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,042)
Answer: (a) on (b) his (c) bend (d) them (e) but (f) a

Question 9.
Read the paragraph given below and fill in the blanks with the help of the options that follow: (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks) (Board Tenn-12012, Set EC2,040)

A strong desire to (a) _______(travels/travel/travelling/travelled) beyond the blue, to fly (b)_______ (in/into/on/above) the heavens and touch the stars was what Kalpana dreamt (c) _______(in/about/ for/of). Determined to the core, she finally (d) _______(succeed/succeeds/succeeded/succeeding) in making her vision (e)_______ (a/the/that/an) reality. For this first India-born female astronaut, (f)_______ (their/her/his/your) castles in the air had their foundation firmly embedded in reality.
Answer: (a) travel (b) into (c) of (d) succeeded (e) a (f) her

Question 10.
Complete the passage given below by filling in the blanks. Below the passage, four choices are suggested for each blank. Choose the most appropriate word for each blank: (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks) (Board Term-I 2012, Set EC2, 041)

Now that (a)_______(an/the/to/a) Board exams (Class XII) are over, you can breathe (b) _______(on/for/so/in) relief. However, for many of you it (c)_______(was/were/may/is) still ‘not over’ as you may (d)_______(has/have/being/had) to prepare for entrance exams. Also, it is time (e) _______(for/too/with/to) decide on a course (f)_______(you/he/one/she) would like to pursue for your graduation. This process of deciding on a course that leads us to a career we aspire for is a crucial one.
Answer:
(a) the (b) in (c) is (d) have (e) to (f) you

Question 11.
Read the passage given below and fill in the blanks With the help of the options that follow: (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks)Answer:(Board Term-12012, Set EC2,043)

What is a perspective ?
Perspective and viewpoint (a)_______ (are/is/of/in) miracles that (b)_______(gone/assist/share/give) us in our lives. We have (c) _______(in/the/a/of) opportunity to (d) _______(see/saw/seeing/view) a moment and see it (e)_______ (from/of/at/the) every angle. It is the (f)_______(point/angle/moment/turn) when we get to choose the perspective that will guide us in the future. It is the moment of truth.
Answer: (a) are (b) assist (c) the (d) view (e) from (f) moment

Question 12.
Complete the paragraph given below by filling in the blanks with the help of the options that follow: (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,045)
Answer:
There was a panel discussion on television (a)_______(more/for/of/about) news programmes. The host (b)_______ (introduce/introduced/introducing/was introduced) the topic and raised some questions. One of the participants, Alka, (c) _______ (saying/says/say/said) that though news programmes are (d)_______(kept/keep/keeps/keeping) us well informed, she felt that (e) (them/there/their/then’s) were too many of them. This made them repetitive (f)_______(and/but/however/both) boring.
Another participant, Romy differed. He said that different news channels catered to different interests.
Answer: (a) about (b) introduced (c) said (d) keeping (e) there (f) and

Question 13.
Complete the following passage by choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below: (1/2 x 6 = 3 marks) (Board Term-12012, Set EC2,046)
Answer:

CCE (a)_______(have/is/are/has) definitely assured many dynamic changes as far as the educational scenario is concerned. This new system of evaluation is definitely better as a child’s year long learning is no longer dependent (b)_______(to/for/upon/at) a 3-hour year end examination. Under this scheme as the name suggests the evaluation is a continuous year long process. Moreover, assessment is not limited
(c)_______(for/in/to/at) pen and paper exercises alone. There is an attempt to provide students with varied opportunities and activities which would enhance (d)_______(their/there/his/him) learning capacity and creativity. Assessment is also not limited to scholastic area, but also (e)_______(include/includes/included/including) co-scholastic areas. Such an assessment scheme provides an opportunity to students to be able to indulge in an engrossing hobby (f)_______(from/for/or/at) a chance to serve and help others. It also attempts to connect knowledge learnt from texts to life outside the schools.
Answer: (a) has (b) upon (c) to (d) their (e) includes (f) or

Question 14.
Read the paragraph given below and fill in the blanks with the help of the options that follow: (1/2x 6 = 3 marks)

Rekha exercises (a)_______(all/each/any/once) day of the week. She (b)_______(do/does/doing/done) aerobics/yoga and (c)_______(lifts/lifting/lift/lifted) weights. She no longer (d)_______(eats/eat/eating/ate) greasy and junk food. As a result, Rekha’s health (e) (was/will be/are/is) improving. She does not (f)_______(got/getting/gets/get) tired and always looks very fit and active. Sometimes, however, she yearns for pizzas and burgers.

Answer:
(a) each (b) does (c) lifts (d) eats (e) is (f) get

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Omission Exercises for Class 10 CBSE with Answers

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Omission Exercises For Class 10 CBSE with Answers

Q.1. In the following passage one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and after it. The first one has been done as an example.
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Q.2. The following paragraph has not been edited. There is one word missing in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after in your answer sheet. The first one has been done as an example.
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Science Notes for Quick Revision Class 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 & 3

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Important Questions for CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Selection and Process of Selection

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Staffing Important Questions for CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Selection and Process of Selection

1.Meaning of Selection
It is the process of identifying and choosing the best person out of a number of
prospective candidates for a job.

2. Process of Selection
(i) Scrutiny of applications Applications are received in response to the advertisement or from other sources. They are scrutinised in the light of requirement and suitability and those found unsuitable are dropped or rejected.
(ii) Selection/Employment tests These tests are developed by psychologists and other experts to assess candidate’s nature, abilities and characteristics. There are several tests such as aptitude test, Intelligence test, Interest test, personality test, trade test, etc.
(iii) Employment interview In this interview, the ability and suitability of a candidate for a specific job is directly judged by experts or specialists in the board of selection.
(iv) Selection decision Candidates who are considered suitable are selected after taking the opinion of all the selectors, especially the manager of the concerned department.
(v)  Medical or physical test Selected candidates may be asked to get themselves
thoroughly examined by a prescribed doctor within or outside the organisation .
(vi) Job offer After satisfying, a job offer is being given to the applicant so that within a reasonable time an applicant would be able to report.
(vii) Contract of employment Than after the acceptance of job offer a contract of employment is being given to the employees that includes terms and conditions of employment such as job title, job description, pay, working hours, etc.

Previous Years Examination Questions

1 Mark Question
1.What is meant by selection of employees? (All India 2011)
Ans. Selection is the process of identifying and choosing the best person out of a number of prospective candidates for a job.
3 Marks Question

2. Nishant, the director of a garment company, is planning to manufacture bags for the utilisation of waste material from one of his garment units. He has decided that this manufacturing unit will be set-up in a rural area of Orissa where people have very few job opportunities and labour is available at very low rates. He also thought of giving equal opportunities to men and women.
For this, he wanted four different heads for sales, account, purchase and production. He gave an advertisement and shortlists ten candidates per post after conducting different selection tests.

  • Identify and state the next three steps for choosing the best candidate out of the candidates short-listed.
  • Also identify two values which Nishant wants to communicate to the society by setting up this manufacturing unit. (VBQ; Delhi 2013)

Ans. (i) Selection is done in the third step, in which a prospective candidate is chosen from the pool of candidates. It ensures that the organisation gets the best among the available and it also enhances the morale of the selected candidate. Preliminary screening and selection tests have been conducted. The next three steps in the process of selection are:

  • Employment interview All applicants who qualify in selection tests are called for an interview. Interview is formal face to face oral conversation between the employer and the applicant.
  • Reference and background checks A candidate who is successful in the interview is required to give name and address of some references. The organisation checks the credibility of the candidate through reference checks
  • Selection decision A final decision has to be made about the selection among the candidates who have cleared the interviews and reference checks.
  • (ii) By setting up a manufacturing unit in the rural area of Orissa, Nishant wants to communicate following values to the society:
  • Manufacturing bags from the waste material, will help in reducing pollutants from the environment and will also reduce wastage.
  • Giving equal opportunities to men and women, will increase the standard of living of rural area  labourers.

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3. Explain the process of selection of employees.
(Delhi 2010,2009c; All India 2010,2009) 
Ans. Following are the main steps of selection process adopted by large organisations
(i) Preliminary screening It helps the manager to eliminate those applications who are not suitable for the current job. Such screening helps in rejecting unfit job seekers by analysing the information supplied in the application form.
(ii) Selection tests Through various tests, ability and skill of the candidates are evaluated. These tests are divided into the following three categories:

  • Psychological tests Some selection tests are of psychological nature. Objectives of psychological tests is to examine the mental ability, interest in work, maturity, etc of the candidates.
  • Proficiency tests In this test, candidate’s ability and skill manifested in an examination are verified. Here, special attention is paid to see the correctness of the ability and skill as emphasised by the applicant.
  • Other tests Main objective of this test is to know the understanding of the candidates, his communication ability, his mental maturity, writing ability, alertness, etc.

(iii) Employment interview Having successfully cleared all the tests related to employment by the candidate, he is called for final interview. The objective is to judge the personality of the candidate, his way of talking, his conduct and temperament, his interest, presence of mind and maturity, etc.

(iv) Selection decision Applicants who clear selection tests, employment interview and reference checks are selected. Prior taking final selection decision, the opinion of concerned manager is sought.
(v)Job offer After successfully clearing, the job offer is given to the selected candidates for job. A date is mentioned in the appointment letter, from which one has to report for the duty.
(vi) Contract of employment After the acceptance of job offer by a selected candidate, he becomes an employee of the organisation. In this phase, appointee signs various documents. Main document among them is the attestation form in which the detailed description of the employee is provided, which he himself attests. This can be used at the time of need in future.
Apart from this, a written contract of employment is framed in which, the following information is provided:

  • Job title
  • Rate of remuneration
  • Working hours
  • Leave rules •
  • Grievance removal procedure

4. You are the personnel manager of Kapila and Company Ltd. You have been directed by the directors of the company to select a chartered accountant for the company. Explain the selection procedure you will follow for the same. (HOTS; Delhi 2008C)

Ans. Following steps are involved in the selection process:
(i) Scrutiny of applications Applications are received in response to the advertisement or from other sources. They are scrutinised in the light of requirement and suitability and those found unsuitable are dropped or rejected.
(ii) Selection/Employment tests These tests are developed by psychologists and other experts to assess candidate’s nature, abilities and characteristics. There are several tests such as aptitude test, Intelligence test, Interest test, personality test, trade test, etc.
(iii) Employment interview In this interview, the ability and suitability of a candidate for a specific job is directly judged by experts or specialists in the board of selection.
(iv) Selection decision Candidates who are considered suitable are selected after taking the opinion of all the selectors, especially the manager of the concerned department.
(v) Medical or physical test Selected candidates may be asked to get themselves thoroughly examined by a prescribed doctor within or outside the organisation.
(vi) Job offer After satisfying, a job offer is being given to the applicant so that within a reasonable time an applicant would be able to report.
(vii) Contract of employment Than after the acceptance of job offer a contract uf employment is being given to the employees that includes terms and conditions^!; employment such as job title, job description, pay, working hours etc.,

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CBSE Previous Year Question Papers Class 10 English SA2 Outside Delhi – 2011

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CBSE Previous Year Question Papers Class 10 English  SA2 Outside Delhi – 2011

Time allowed: 3 hours                                                                                               Maximum marks: 70
The Question Paper is divided into three Sections: 
Section A – Reading 20 Marks
Section B Writing & Grammar 25 Marks
Section C – Literature 25 Marks 
General Instructions:

  1.  All questions are compulsory.
  2.  You may attempt any Section at a time.
  3. All questions of that particular Section must be attempted in the correct order.

SET I

SECTION A – READING
Question.1. Read the passage given below carefully. 
School used to be all about writing, whether it was the exercise books we wrote in, the notes we passed round, or the lines we stayed in to do. But not any more. Now it’s all about typing. My six year old daughter is part of the first generation that is truly computer literate and I really didn’t want her learning copperplate writing. I could see that spelling, grammar, syntax and punctuation were important, but handwriting? By the time she’s at university, handwriting may not be as relevant as needlepoint. So when my daughter came home last year with cursive handwriting homework, I was nonplussed. Cursive was originally developed to make it easier for children to write with a quill. By joining up the letters, it kept the quill on the parchment and minimized ink blots. But my daughter writes with a laptop. I explained as much to her teacher at the next parents’ day. But her teacher explained something to me. Research suggests that the process of writing information down on paper, by hand, has a more direct effect on the formation of memories in the learning process than typing. Taking notes in class is still the most effective way to learn. It’s’ a better way to store the skills for written language in a child’s brain than pressing keys. There’s nothing old-fashioned about handwriting. Handwriting is w’here it’s at.

Question.1.1 On the basis of your reading of the above passage fill in the blanks with appropriate
words/phrases:
(a) School used to be all about …………. and now it is all about ………………
(b) According to the narrator his daughter is …………..
(c) …………… was developed to make writing with a quill easier.
(d) The writer was puzzled when his daughter ……………
(e) Writing information down on paper is …………… typing in the learning process.
(f) The most effective way to learn is ………….. 
(g) f Skills for written language can be stored better in a child’s brain by …………… rather than ……………
(h) Writing by hand is …………….
Answer.

(a) writing; typing
(b) computer literate
(c) cursive writing
(d) came home the year before with a cursive handwriting homework
(e) a more direct effect on the formation of memories than
(f) by taking down notes in class
(g) writing; pressing keys
(h) not old fashioned

Question.2. Read the following passage carefully.
1. Summer vacation offers families dilemmas and opportunities. For too many kids it becomes a period of intellectual passivity and stalled personal growth. For others — and their parents — it’s a time of overload and frantic scheduling.
2. “Summer is a great time for parents to build a relationship with their children,” says a renowned child psychologist. And it’s an opportunity both for the kids to learn and for the family to grow together. To make this a reality, educators and psychologists point to several simple strategies that parents can start planning before summer gets under way.
3. “Summer’s a perfect time for kids to take skills they’ve learnt in a classroom and use them in new ways,” notes a well known educator. Comparing prices in a grocery shop can sharpen children’s mental maths skills. Taking measurements to build a new tree house or design a simple plaything teaches geometry. Car trips provide opportunities to study maps and learn geography. Some libraries offer free summer reading programmes for children.
4. Sometimes kids will need a small push in the right direction. Victoria encouraged her seven-year old son, Philip, to take part in their local library’s summer reading club. For every book report a child wrote, he received a raffle ticket. At the end of the summer sports prizes were raffled off. Philip, who’d painstakingly produced seven book reports won an autographed picture of a hockey star and had his name and one of his reports printed in the local newspaper. (If that’s not possible, encourage children to write letters to editors on current affairs, or about school-related issues.) “Philip moaned and groaned about writing the reports, but in the end, he was happy he put the effort in,” notes his mother. “And his ability to express himself really improved.”
5. It’s the daily doses of stimulation — intellectual, creative, esteem-building—that parents can give their children that have the greatest impact,” says an eminent researcher. In an informal study conducted in 1998 other researches surveyed successful college students about how they spent their free time from ages five to 12, then compared their activities with those of troubled youngsters. They found that the successful ones were more likely to play spontaneous games, more involved in household chores and more likely to engage in playful activities with their parents. Troubled youngsters spent far less time on chores or family games and more time on their own, planted in front of the TV or a video game.
6. Often, when parents are drawing up their summer plans, their focus is on entertaining and enriching their children. But experts agree that a summer built completely around a child’s self-fulfillment won’t help a youngster mature into a high thinking, caring member of his family or community. Truly successful kids, say educators, are those who’ve learnt to budget time to help others—whether it’s helping an invalid neighbour or preparing their own family’s meals a couple of nights a week. Where parents fail, say experts, is in the wfay such responsibilities are presented. Too often, they’re trotted out as punishments instead of challenges. To make matters worse, parents often nag the child about the task, rather than simply setting a completion deadline and allowing the youngster to decide when and how he will meet it. 
7. For most parents of school-age kids, the largest block of time they’ll have with their children is in the summer. With a little advance preparation, parents can use the summer to help develop their youngsters into smarter, more creative, more caring human beings.

Question.2.1. On the basis of your reading of the passage, answer the following questions briefly: 
(a) How can parents give the kids a special summer vacation?
(b) In what new ways can kids use the skills they learn in the classroom during the
summer? Mention any two. 
(c) What advantages did Philip have on writing the book reports?
(d) Why should a summer vacation not be built completely around a child’s fulfillment?
Answer. (a) Parents can give the kids a special summer by
(i) building a relationship with their children
(ii) stimulating them intellectually, creatively and by building their esteem.
(b) During the summer vacations, kids can use skills they learn in the classroom in new ways. They can compare prices in grocery shops and sharpen their mental maths skills. They can take car trips to study maps and learn geography.
(c) The advantages Philip had on writing the book reports were—
(i) he won an autographed picture of a hockey star
(ii) he had his name and one of his reports printed in the local newspaper.
(d) A summer vacation should not be built around a child’s fulfillment because just focussing on entertainment does not help a youngster mature into a high thinking, caring member of his family or community. A successful kid is one who budgets time to help others.
Question.2.2 Choose the most appropriate meaning of the given word from the options provided: 4
(a) The word ‘frantic’ means……………. 
(i) well planned (ii) done quickly/ not organised
(iii) meticulous (iv) fearless
(b) The word ‘strategies’ means ……………….. 
(i) plans (ii) layers
(iii) rules (iv) schedules
(c) The word ‘moaned’ means ………………. 
(i) to look at the moon (ii) to feel happy
(iii) to shout loudly (iv) to make a low cry
(d) The word ‘stimulation’ means ………………. 
(i) to stop (ii) to aggravate
(iii) to excite or invigorate (iv) to put an end to
Answer. (a) (ii) done quickly/not organised
(b) (i) plans
(c) (iv) to make a low cry
(d) (iii) to excite or invigorate

SECTION B – WRITING AND GRAMMAR   
Question.3. The following newspaper clipping sets you thinking on the unpredictable weather patterns:
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Write a letter in about 100-120 words to the editor of a national daily bringing into light the uncertainty of the changing environment due to which the people of Leh had to suffer a great loss of life and property. Also urge him to appeal to the people to render help wholeheartedly to the sufferers at Leh. You may use your own ideas and the ideas from the unit, ‘Environment’. You are RamestyRama, 25 Vasundhara Colony, Chandigarh.
Or
You are Radhika/Raghav, B-12, Jawahar Market, New Delhi. You happened to see the following news item in the New Indian Express. Write a letter in 100-120 words to the editor of the newspaper registering your unhappiness at the lack of safety for women in Krishna Nagar, New Delhi. Mention the measures that can be adopted to solve the problem.
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Answer.
25 Vasundhara Colony Chandigarh 6th October, 20xx
The Editor
The Times of India
New Delhi
Subject: People of Leh suffering due to uncertain weather and rains Sir
Through the medium, of this letter I wish to bring to light the uncertainty of the changing environment due to which the people living in Leh have had to suffer great loss, both of life and property.
The recent unexpected floods at Leh wiped off an entire village there. According to the Meteorological Department, such heavy rain is quite unheard of at this time of the year and they are attributing this unexpected phenomenon to global warming. Whatever be the reason, the end result is that the people of Leh suffered incessantly. We the citizens of the Earth must wake up to the situation and stop exploiting mother nature and the environment before it gets too late.
I take this opportunity to urge the readers to render wholehearted help to these helpless people whose homes and property have been completely washed away by torrential rains. They need to be provided with dry foods, temporary shelter material, clothes, blankets, medicines, sanitation and agricultural aid to bring back some kind of normalcy in their devastated lives.
In this critical situation it is a sincere appeal to you all to support these unfortunate flood victims of Leh whose lives have been adversely affected.
Yours Sincerely Rama
Or
B-12, Jawahar Market New Delhi
The Editor
The New Indian Express New Delhi
22nd March, 20xx
Subject: Lack of Safety for women
Sir
Through the medium of this letter I would like to express my deep concern and unhappiness at the lack of safety for women especially in Krishna Nagar, New Delhi. After reading about the incident of Gita, a working woman, who was attacked on her way back home, in your newspaper yesterday, I was extremely disturbed about the lack of safety for women in different areas of Krishna Nagar where women have become easy victims to numerous instances of chain-snatching and picking of pockets. I seriously feel that the police patrolling should be increased in this area as it begins to get dark. Plain clothesmen should be deployed to ensure safety of women. Moreover the Electricity Board should ensure that the faulty street-lights are repaired at the earliest so that the criminals are not able to use the onset of darkness to their advantage. These measures should be adopted to check this problem as soon as possible.
Yours sincerely,
Raghav

Question.4. I was reading a book when I looked up. There in the window 1 saw ……………… complete the story in about 150-200 words describing what happened.
Or
Rohit decided to write a story for his school magazine, but due to ill-health he was unable to complete his story. Complete his story so that it could be given for publishing. On my way to school I met none other but a Genie—the fictional character, who rises out of a magic lamp Write the story in 150-200 words.
Answer.I was reading a book when 1 looked up. There in the window I saw a cloud of smoke rising from below. I was in the study on the first storey of my house. 1 immediately rushed to see where the smoke was coming from. On looking down, to my horror I realized that there was a fire in my lawn . At once I called the fire brigade and shouted to raise an alarm in the house to alert my family members. My parents and I ran out to take stock of the situation to see the extent and enormity of the fire. Fortunately only one part of the hedge in the lawn was burning and the fire had not spread out to the entire area. We tried to put the fire out by dousing it with buckets of water and sand. Soon the fire brigade also arrived and the firemen took over the task of stopping the fire. We were fortunate that 1 saw the cloud of smoke at a good time or else the whole of our beautiful green garden would have burned down and gotten reduced to ashes. On doing a proper search, the firemen revealed the cause of the fire to be a burning cigarette left by the careless gardener near the hedges.
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On my way to school I met none other but a Genie — the fictional character, who rises out of a magic lamp and fulfils our wishes. So, you can imagine my astonishment when I encountered this Genie myself. At first, I was too stunned and dumbfounded to even react. But gradually, I realized that I could now make a wish which was sure to be fulfilled. The Genie then asked me what my wishes were. Excitedly, I told the Genie that I wanted a computer, an I-pod and a Robot who could do my work for me. The Genie promised to fulfil my first two demands but on the third he wrinkled his brows and said that it was not possible to get that kind of a gadget and the access to such a gadget would make me physically and mentally lazy and this was one thing that he as a Genie could never even think of doing. As promised, I got my I-pod and computer but they too vanished as soon as I got up from sleep and my dream was over.

Question.5. Complete the passage given below choosing the correct alternatives. 3
I heard the noise first, the sound (a)……………….. screeching tyres. A car, obviously, out of control was rushing straight towards me and my four year old son as we stood on the footpath (b)………………. to cross the street. There was no time to do (c) ………………… ; it happened in a millisecond. The vision of that big car (d)…………………….. the footpath a metre or so from us will never be erased (e)……………………. my memory. I don’t know how close the car came to us, because I turned (f) ……………… at the last moment
(a)(i) from         into            (iii) for                  (iv) of
(b)(i)wait           (ii) waited       (iii) waiting          (iv) waits
(c)(i) nothing    (ii) anything   (iii) none               (iv) something
(d)(i) is hitting   (ii)hit             (iii) hitting         (iv) was hit
(e)(i) in               (ii) from         (iii) towards       (iv) within
(f) (i) inside        (ii) out            (iii) under           (iv) away
Answer.(a) (iv) of        (b) (iii) waiting
(d)(iii) hitting                 (c) (ii) from
(e)(ii) anything              (f) (iv) away

Question.6. In the following passage, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing words along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after in your answer sheet against the correct blank number. 4
They reached the dam nine          e.g. dam at nine
in the morning. Stopped in the    (a) _     _      _
garden near dam and left their    (b) _     _    _
food in rest room. In the garden (c) _    _     _
there several beehives. The          (d) _    _     _
boys girls had their tea and went (e) _   _    _
to the dam. Water flowing           (f) _    _    _
over the dam. They the sight.     (g) _    _    _
Suddenly, there lightning and it began to rain heavily. (h)
Answer.(a) morning They stopped
(b) near the dam
(c) in the rest
(d) there were several
(e) boys and girls
(f) Water was flowing
(g) They enjoyed the
(h) there was lightning

Question.7. Rearrange the following to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done for you. 3
Example : the body / neglected / the teeth / one of / are / the most / parts of /
The teeth are one of the most neglected parts of the body.
(a) the pain / we go / only when / to the / unbearable / dentist / becomes /
(b) dental hygiene / in kids / be inculcated / should /
(c) solve / dental / brushing / can / the teeth / woes / most /
Answer.(a) We go to the dentist only when the pain becomes unbearable.
(b) Dental hygiene should be inculcated in kids.
(c) Brushing the teeth can solve most dental woes.

SECTION C – LITERATURE LONG READING TEXT 
Question.8. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow:
But must I confess how I liked him,
How glad I was he had come like a guest in quiet, to drink at my water-trough And depart peaceful, pacified, and thankless,
Into the burning bowels of this earth?
(a) What is the poet’s instinctive reaction on seeing the snake?
(b) How does he treat the snake?
(c) Why was the snake pacified?
Answer. (a) The poet likes the snake.
(b) The poet treats the snake like a guest.
(c) As its thirst was quenched, the snake was pacified.
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(a) The incident referred to here is the time when the conspirators stabbed Caesar one by one.
(b) The cut wound that Brutus’ stab caused Caesar was the most unkindest cut’ because Caesar could not believe that Brutus, whom he considered his true friend, had betrayed him and joined hands with the conspirators.
(c) The speaker (Mark Antony) is addressing the Roman citizens,

Question.9 Answer any four of the following questions in 30-40 words each. 8
(a) HOW  did Mark Antony prove that Caesar was not ambitious?
(b) What does the expression on the face of the statue convey?
(c) Why did the Wedding-Guest “beat his breast”?
(d) The news of the “miracle recovery” shocked Michael. Why?
(e) Describe the past of Patol Babu as an actor.
Answer. (a) Antony reminds the people that the public treasury was full of wealth charged for the release of slaves whom Caesar brought to Rome as captives. Caesar shared the sorrows of the poor and wept with them and refused the Roman Crown thrice thus proving to the people that Caesar was not ambitious.
(b) The statue’s facial expression conveys that he was upset about something because he is frowning and sneering. It also conveys ‘the old command’ of an absolute ruler who can do what he wants without thinking of other people.
(c) The Wedding-Guest could hear the sound of the bassoon which signalled the arrival of the bride and meant that the wedding ceremony would begin soon. But he was not able to attend the celebrations and was forced to listen to the mariner’s tale so he beat his breast in utter desperation.
(d) Michael was shocked by the news of the ‘miracle recovery’ because it was about the recovery from coma of a boy whom Michael had gotten to know so well recently. The boy was Sebastian Shultz, his companion in the psycho-drive game. Michael had eventually succeeded in saving him after several failed attempts and now the real Sebastian too had come out of coma. Michael was shocked on discovering that the real Sebastian and the one in the game were the same person.
(e) Patol Babu had a real passion for acting at one time. He was always in demand in ‘Jatras’, in amateur theatricals, in plays put up by the club in his neigbourhood. There was a time when people bought tickets especially to see him act.
Question.10. In the play ’Julius Caesar’ we meet the Roman mob which displays certain qualities and characteristics which we can categorize as the ’mob-mentality’.
Write a short article on ’Unchanged Mob Mentality’ in about 80-100 words.
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’Success quotient varies from person to person. Many want materialistic gains but a few only want fulfillment.’ Discuss this statement in the context of the lesson ’Patol Babu, Film Star’, highlighting the values of selflessness and contentment. Write your answer in 80-100 words.
Answer. Unchanged Mob Mentality
When we talk about ’Mob Mentality’ it conjures up an image of an aggressive, chaotic group of people. This image of the mob has remained unchanged since time immemorial. Confusion or even panic prevails when people are in a large group. People in a crowd have a tendency to suddenly begin rushing in one direction, although many people in the group do not even know why this is happening, they just sense the urgency in the group and thus rush in the direction of the group. The word ’mob’ has always had negative connotations. One immediately imagines a wild and aggressive crowd feeding on each other’s panic. When people are part of a group, they often experience a loss of self¬awareness and thus they are less likely to follow normal restraints and lose their sense of individuality and identity. This has been the basic mob mentality which will never change.
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Patol Babu was highly satisf ied that the acting part that had been assigned to him had been done very well. Ail the past years of struggle had not been able to diminish or ever hamper his acting abilities in the least. He very much doubted the fact that the film unit people would be able to appreciate the labour and imagination that he had put into this one shot. So even though he needed the money very badly he felt the remuneration he would be given would be insignificant when measured against the intense feeling of satisfaction that he had got for doing his small job with perfection and dedication. So he walked away before he could be paid for his role. Inspite of the fact that he needed money badly, he chose not to take it as it was negligible compared to the contentment he felt at his perfected and dedicated performance. For Patol babu, the fact that he was able to perform his miniscule role with perfection was a big success in itself. He felt extremely satisf ied at his undiminished acting talent. For him personal satisfaction was more important than a financial reward.

Question.11A. What, according to Anne, is the best remedy for fear, loneliness and unhappiness? 10
Or
Give a brief character sketch of Margot Frank.
Answer. Anne feels the best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely and unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quite alone with the heavens, nature and God. It is only then that one feels that all is and it should be and that God wishes to see people happy, amidst the simple beauty of nature^ As long as this exists, and it certainly always will, Anne knows there will always be comfort for every sorrow, whatever the circumstances may be. Anne also firmly believes that nature brings solace in all troubles and as long as she lives to see the sunshine, the cloudless skies she cannot be unhappy.
Or
Anne’s older sister Margot was bom in Frankfurt in 1926. She receives little mention in Anne’s diary and Anne does not provide a real insight into her character. Anne thinks that Margot is smart, pretty and emotional and everyone’s favorite. But Anne is never able to form a close bond with Margot and even when Margot is mentioned in the diary it is only to highlight her jealousy and anger. Anne also feels that Margot is never rebuked by their father and mother whereas they always scold her for everything. They were always more partial towards Margot as if she v/ere the victim of some great injustice and so finally Anne becomes quite indifferent to Margot’s moods.

Question.11B. How was Helen tutored by Mr. Merton S. Keith of Cambridge? 10
Or
Give a brief character sketch of Helen Keller.
Answer. From February 1898, Mr. Keith came out to Wrentham twice a week, and taught Helen algebra, geometry, Greek and Latin. Miss Sullivan interpreted his instruction. For eight months Mr. Keith gave her lessons five times a week in periods of about an hour, explaining each time what Helen did not understand in the previous lesson, assigning her new home work and taking home with him the Greek exercises which she had written during the week on her typewriter, correcting them fully and returning them to her. In this way Helen’s preparation for college continued without interruption under Mr. Keith’s guidance. Helen found it much easier and more pleasant to be receiving personal tuition and attention.
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Helen Keller is the main character of the novel ‘The Story7 of My Life’. Despite being blind and deaf, she shows hardly any repugnance for her state. She is a sensitive girl who is extremely close to her family, specially her mother. She is always relating what she does with them and all the things that they do for her. Helen Keller’s remarkable trait is that she is always trying to improve herself and she likes to find new ways to express herself and communicate with others. Helen is a determined and strong girl who through her life demonstrates that obstacles, whether they are physical or social can be overcome. She is a heroic figure who overcomes extreme hardships to accomplish the most impressive goals.

SET II

Note: Except for the following questions, all the remaining questions have been asked in Set-I.
Question.3. Many species of animals are getting extinct. This is going to disturb the ecological balance. Write a letter in about 100-120 words to the editor of a newspaper on why this is happening and on the need for conservation. You may take help from the unit, ‘Environment’ and from the notes given below. You are Rohit / Rachna, 21 Esplanade Road, Nainital. 5
• Poaching
• Deforestation
• Upsets balance of ecosystem
• Strict implementation of laws against poaching
Answer.
21, Esplanade Road Nainital
22nd October, 20xx
The Editor The Daily Times XYZ City
Subject: Urgent need for conservation of the environment
Sir
Through the medium of this letter 1 wish to express my concern and anxiety over how man’s wanton disregard for the flora and fauna is disturbing nature’s ecological balance and how by doing this man is gradually digging his own grave. ,
The Earth’s species are dying out at an alarming rate, upto a thousand times faster than their natural rate of extinction. A study reveals that we are currently experiencing the worst phase of species die-offs since the loss of the dinosaurs thousands of years ago. Unlike past mass extinctions caused by natural events like volcanic eruptions, natural climate shifts etc,, the current crisis is almost entirely caused by us humans who poach or hunt animals despite the fact that it is illegal. The government needs to adopt mechanisms for strict implementation of laws to prevent poaching. Foot patrolling, which is an effective way to control inconspicuous poaching activities should be heightened. The need of conservation is the urgent need of the times.
I hope you will publish my letter in your esteemed newspaper so that the attention of the concerned authorities can once again be directed to the urgency of strengthening laws for conservation of our environment.
Yours Sincerely,
Rachna

Question.5. Complete the passage given below choosing the correct alternatives. 3
I was a 13-year old boy (a)………………… a neighbour from our apartment building asked me to carry (b) …………. some coal for her heating and cooking every day. She was a (c)…………….. lady, who lived on the fifth floor. Carrying coal to our second floor flat had
been one of my (d) ………………. at the time. Grandma thought that I shouldn’t take (e)………………. money from my neighbour, but my mother thought there was nothing wrong with it. So I had a chance to learn (f)…………………
(a) (i) where (ii) whose (iii) when (iv) who
(b) (i) out (ii) in (iii) away (iv) up
(c) (i) respectfully (ii) respectable (iii) respectful (iv) respect
(d) (i) chore (ii) work (iii) chores (iv) works
(e) (i) some (ii) any (iii) little (iv) no
(f) (i) which (ii) what (iii) when (iv) where
Answer. (a) (ii) when (b) (iv) up (c) (ii) respectable
(d) (iii) chores (e) (ii) any (f) (ii) what

Question.9 Answer any four of the following questions in 30-40 zvords each. 8
(a) What do the terms ‘trunkless legs’ and ‘shattered visage’ signify?
(b) Why was the dead albatross hung around the neck of the ancient mariner?
(c) What is the poet’s instant reaction when he catches sight of a snake near his water trough?
(d) How did Patol Babu react to the news given to him by Nishikanto Ghosh?
(e) Why did the news of the miracle recovery shock Michael?
Answer. (a) The “shattered visage” which is a massive crumbling stone head lies half buried in the sand and gives us the first close image of a fallen king. It describes something in pieces. The legs which are “vast” but “trunkless” are two contrasting images. The legs are in a desert, giving the image of a vast barren land with just the remains of the statue.
(b) The sailors removed the holy cross and hu ng the dead albatross around the neck of the ancient mariner as a form of punishment for his wanton act of killing an innocent and harmless bird. This would be a constant reminder of the heinous act he had committed due to which he was not worthy of the holy cross around his neck.
(c) The poet’s instant reaction on seeing a snake near his water trough is one of fear. He then observes the snake more closely out of a sense of curiosity and is quite easily fascinated by the its graceful and dignified movements which appeal to the poet.
(d) Patol Babu had never expected such news that too at the start of the day. It was beyond his wildest dreams that an opportunity to act in a film would come to a 52-year old non-entity like him. So he was extremely excited on receiving this news from Nishikanto Ghosh. He was so excited to hear this news that he even mixed up his wife’s shopping list while buying provisions.
(e) The news article mentioned that a fourteen year old boy called Sebastian Shultz, who had gone into coma following an accident, had miraculously recovered. Michael was shocked to read this because when he saw the picture of Sebastian, he realized that he was the same person whom he had met in the virtual world and was trying to rescue him. Michael couldn’t understand how the boy in the game and the one who just came out of coma could be the same.

SET III

Note: Except for the following questions, all the remaining questions have been asked in Set I and Set II.
Question.3. You happened to notice a lot of garbage strewn in your locality. The inefficiency of the authorities in clearing the garbage on time has resulted in an unbearable stink. The people feel that this indifference is sure to spread diseases. Write a letter in about 100¬120 words to the editor of a newspaper on this problem and what you think can be done to curb this menace. You can take help from the unit on ‘Environment’ and the hints given below. You are Raju/Renuka, 251, Gitanjali Apartments, Delhi. 5
• Proper garbage dumping facility
• Civic sense in people
• Resident association to take charge
• Authorities to be alert
Answer.
251, Gitanjali Apartments Delhi
16th November, 20xx
The Editor
The Hindustan Times K.G. Marg New Delhi
Subject: Inefficiency of authorities in clearing garbage Sir
Through the medium of this letter I wish to bring to the notice of the Municipal Corporation the inefficiency of the concerned authorities in clearing the garbage on time in our locality.
The accumulated garbage gives out an unbearable stink making it difficult for the residents to walk in the colony. The garbage that is strewn around attracts a lot of mosquitoes and flies. The people of our locality feel that this indifference on the part of the authorities is sure to spread diseases. Our repeated complaints have fallen on deaf ears. It is our request to the MCD to allow the Residents’ Association to take charge of allocating responsible agencies with the job of clearing garbage on time. We will ensure that the garbage is dumped at the right place at the right time. This will also enable us to keep our locality clean and hygienic and help instill a sense of civic awareness among the residents.
I sincerely hope you will publish my letter in your esteemed newspaper so that our woes are brought to the notice of the Municipal Corporation and we are able to live in hygienic surroundings.
Yours Sincerely Renuka

Question.5. Complete the passage given below choosing the correct alternatives. 3
Bilaal first learnt the value of helping (a)……………… children when he was four. He saw pictures of the utter (b)………………….. the earthquake in Bhuj had caused. Even at that young age Bilaal (c)…………….. imagine the suffering of the children left without parents.
(a) (i) others (ii) another (iii) other (iv) another
(b) (i) destructed (ii) destruction (in) demolition (iv) destruct
(c) (i) could (ii) can (iii) should (iv) would
Answer. (a) (iii) other (b) (ii) destruction (c) (i) could

Question.9 Answer any four of the following questions in 30-40 words each. 8
(a) What had Caesar written in his will? Why did Antony read it to the Romans?
(b) Why, according to Ozymandias should the ‘Mighty’ despair?
(c) Why is Michael unable to rescue Sebastian Shultz in the first game?
(d) John wants the ghost of Helen to disappear before Lavinia appears on the scene. Why?
(e) What did Patol Babu do for a living after having been retrenched?
Answer. (a) Caesar had left seventy-five drachmas for each Roman. He had willed all his walks, his private gardens and newly planted orchards beside Tiber river for the pleasure and recreation of the Romans And their heirs. Antony read out Caesar’s will to the Romans so that they could realize Caesar’s true worth and avenge his death at the hands of the conspirators.
(b) Ozymandias feels the ‘Mighty’ should despair because his own achievements are going to make their glories inadequate. No matter how hard his fellow kings try, their exploits can never match up to those of Ozymandias and his glory will make them pale into insignificance.
(c) In the first game ‘Wildwest’ Michael and Shultz try to escape being shot by Black-eyed Jed but their attempt fails and they are surrounded by Jed and his men. Then Jed fires a shot and as Shultz tells Michael to duck, he himself is hit by the bullet and slumps back against Michael. Thus Michael fails to rescue him in the first game.
(d) John wants Helen, the ghost, to disappear because he feels his wife, Lavinia, who is a bit jealous and possessive might overreact on seeing him with another woman. Moreover John is anxious that his wife might in all likelihood swoon on encountering a ghost as he thinks that she is a rather sensitive lady.
(e) Patol Babu opened a variety store but he had to wind it up after five years. Then he had a job in a Bengali firm but had to give it up due to high handedness of the boss. Then he remained a salesman for ten years. Of late he had been with a firm dealing with scrap iron.

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General Knowledge is one of the fastest changing subject as the pace of development is very quick, and a knowledge can become stale with in a short period. that’s why this article has been thoroughly revised and updated. General knowledge 2019 or current affairs is easy scoring and very important section to score good marks in all competitive Exams. Read on to find more about general knowledge questions and answers for competitive exams.

General knowledge is information that has been accumulated over time through various mediums. It excludes highly specialized learning that can only be obtained with extensive training and information confined to a single medium.

General Knowledge Questions and Answers | September 2019

Basic General Knowledge Questions

What are the objectives of launching the Chandrayaan-2 moon mission?
A. To map the surface of the moon.
B. Signature of water-ice on the lunar surface.
C. To collect data on minerals and the formation of rocks.

Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft has how many modules?
Ans: 3

What is the orbiter mass of Chandrayaan-2?
Ans: 2379 Kg.

According to ISRO, Chandrayaan-2 moon mission will explore which area of the moon?
Moon’s South Pole

Spacecraft Lander is also known as …. – Vikram

Which rocket will carry Chandrayaan-2 into the space?
GSLV Mk-III

Chandrayaan-2 Lunar mission comprises
An Orbiter, Lander and Rover.

Important Facts of Orbiter of Chandrayaan-2:
A. Orbiter of Chandrayaan-2 will be installed at 100 km above the moon.
B. It consists of eight instruments.
C. it will bring the command sent from ISRO to the lander and the rover.

Important Facts of Rover of Chandrayaan-2:
A. Rover is also known as Pragyan.
B. On the Lunar surface it will test the mineral and chemical composition.

Which Professional Bodybuilder holds the title of the 2019 Mr. Olympia?
Ans: Brandon Curry (American Professional Bodybuilder).

To showcase pacific region cultures in India, name the cultural event was organized?
Ans: Namaste Pacific.

Which movies is to be the first Bollywood film to go plastic-free?
Ans: Coolie No. 1 (set to release in 2020).

Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft did how many lunar bound orbit manoeuvre on its way to Moon’s south pole?
Ans: 5.

Under which project, India has proposed to undertake deep ocean mining?
Ans: Samudrayaan.

P. Lakshmana Reddy appointed as first Lokayukta of which Indian State?
Ans: Andhra Pradesh.

Uttarakhand State Government has determined to make a Special Tiger Force for which Tiger Reserve?
Ans: Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve.

U.S. President Donald Trump on 18 September, 2019 named whom as National Security Adviser of United States?
Ans: Robert O’Brien.

Name the Indian State banned 12 brands of pan masala for a period of 1 year?
Ans: Bihar.

According to the latest updates how much Tax Deduction at Source(TDS) will be deducted on cash withdrawals of over Rs 1 crore from September 1, 2019?
Ans: 2%.

Emmy Award-Winner ‘Valerie Harper’ passed away (on 30 August 2019) at where?
Ans: Los Angeles, California, US.

Maharashtra state government launched a project to track stolen mobile phones. What is the Helpline Number of this service?
Ans: 14422.

Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2019 started from which date?
Ans: September 12 (is schedule from 12th-15th September 2019).

Who launched the ‘Pradhan Mantri Kisan Mandhan Yojana’ in Ranchi, Jharkhand on 12th September, 2019?
Ans: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.

India ranks on which position on the “Global Happiness Survey” among the 28 countries according to the latest report by Ipsos?
Ans: 9th rank.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched the National Animal Disease Control Programme from where in Uttar Pradesh on 11th September 2019?
Ans: Mathura.

2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup held between 31 Aug 2019 – 15 Sep 2019 was won by which country team?
Ans: Spain.

Nation-wide Fit India Movement ‘FitIndia’ launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at where?
Ans: New Delhi.

Which country is the 79th member of the International Solar Alliance?
Ans: St. Vincent and Grenadines (Country in the Caribbean).

Which nation is to launched its own Space Command?
Ans: United States.

Samsung India inks with which Financial Services Company and RBL Bank for mobile payments through Samsung Pay?
Ans: Mastercard.

‘International Day of Sign Languages’ was celebrated across the world on which date in September, 2019?
Ans: 23 September, 2019.

Who takes oath as 27th Governor of Himachal Pradesh on 11th September 2019?
Ans: BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya.

Name the Politician was elected as the 17th Prime Minister of the Ukraine?
Ans: Oleksiy Honcharuk.

Which Former Union Minister has been appointed as the Governor of Rajasthan?
Ans: Kalraj Mishra.

Sanjiv Ranjan becomes the next Indian ambassador for which country?
Ans: Ecuador.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has inducted 8 Apache AH-64E attack helicopters at which air force station?
Ans: Pathankot Air Force Station, Punjab, India.

Who has been appointed as the Governor of Telangana state?
Ans: Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan.

Daniel Zhang replace whom as Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group?
Ans: Jack Ma.

SAFF (South Asian Football Federation) U-15 Championship 2019 won by which team?
Ans: India.

Name the city is announced as the new capital of Indonesia?
Ans: East Kalimantan.

National Green Tribunal (NGT) committee suggests which numbers for water bodies in Delhi?
Ans: Unique Identification Numbers (UID).

Which company going to build 1 GW electric vehicle battery plant?
Ans: Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

Who is the first Indian cricketer to score over 6,000 runs and take over 300 wickets in first-class cricket and still not have played for Team India?
Ans: Jalaj Saxena.

Which is India’s neighbor country successfully test-fired nuclear-capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile Ghaznavi?
Ans: Pakistan.

World Gold Council report give which spot to India in terms of total gold reserves in the world?
Ans: 10th position.

The 14th Conference of Parties (COP 14) inaugurated at where in Uttar Pradesh?
Ans: Noida.

Which is Indian State government declared waiver on interest and penalty on crop loans?
Ans: Haryana State Government.

Name the country announced withdrawl of Controversial Extradition Bill?
Ans: Hong Kong.

Which is the India’s first bank to deploy industrial robotic arms to count currency notes?
Ans: ICICI Bank.

In which state the India’s first garbage cafe to be opened soon?
Ans: Chhattisgarh.

Which country become the first country in the world to issue Biometric Seafarer Identity Document which captures the facial biometric data of seafarers?
Ans: India.

Name the country is to train 4 Indian astronauts for India’s ambitious manned mission to space, Gaganyaan?
Ans: Russia.

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated the longest electrified railway tunnel at where?
Ans: Tunnel between Cherlopalli and Rapuru stations of Andhra Pradesh.

IIT Kharagpur collaborated with whom to launch National Artificial Intelligence Resource Portal (NAIRP)?
Ans: Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Syndicate Bank will be absorbed by which bank soon?
Ans: Canara Bank.

Which country partners with Reliance Power for gas based power plant?
Ans: Bangladesh.

Who took charge as Vice Chief of the Indian Army on 1st September 2019?
Ans: Lt. Gen. Mukund Naravane.

Ashish Kasodekar became the 1st Indian to complete the how much long marathon at 10th edition of ‘La Ultra The High’ marathon 2019 held in Ladakh?
Ans: 555 kms.

Which places in India adjudged as Best Swachh Iconic Place in India?
Ans: Vaishno Devi Shrine.

Anil Chauhan has been appointed as the Eastern Army commander by replacing whom?
Ans: Manoj Mukund Naravane.

Union Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan visits which country to Strengthen Cooperation in Energy and Steel Sectors?
Ans: Russia.

Where is India’s First Sky Cycling Park At a Height of 9000 Feet is to be opened soon at where?
Ans: Manali.

Who will be honoured with the prestigious ‘Global Goalkeeper Award’ 2019 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation?
Ans: Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his leadership and commitment to the Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan.

In which city of Uttar Pradesh, Khadi and Village Industries Commission has launched a ‘Terracotta Grinder’?
Ans: Varanasi.

Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India will be immersed by which bank?
Ans: Punjab National Bank.

Using Carbon Nanotubes (CNT)- RV16X-NANO, which institute scientists have developed the biggest-ever computer chip?
Ans: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Who is the Indian woman cricketer announced to retires from T20 internationals?
Ans: Mithali Raj.

Which Ministry has signed a statement of intent to roll-out ‘Build for Digital India’ programme with Google?
Ans: The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.

Who has unveiled a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Moscow, Russia?
Ans: External Affairs Minister of India ‘Subrahmanyam Jaishankar’.

Which IPS officer has been appointed as the 25th Director General of BSF (Border Security Force)?
Ans: Vivek Kumar(V.K) Johri.

Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Prahalad Singh Patel inaugurates first-ever architectural LED illumination at where?
Ans: Qutub Minar, Delhi.

World bank funded $57 million for the pro-poor tourism (PPT) development projects for which Indian State?
Ans: Uttar Pradesh.

Election Commission host the 4th General Assembly of Association of World Election Bodies at where?
Ans: Bengaluru.

2019 Indo-French Strategic Dialogue held at where in India?
Ans: New Delhi.

Which city has been named as the most liveable city in the world according to Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index for 2019?
Ans: Vienna.

Indian shooter Yashaswini Singh Deswal won which medal at 2019 ISSF World Cup?
Ans: Gold Medal.

Deepa Malik become the first Indian woman para-athlete to be conferred with which award?
Ans: Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award.

46th meeting of the Central Approval and Monitoring Committee (CSMC) 2019 was chaired by whom?
Ans: Durga Shanker Mishra.

Name the Indian State Government launched Walk to Work on Wednesdays (WWW) campaign?
Ans: Meghalaya.

ISRO’s Chandrayaan 2 mission have a Rover in it. What is the name of the Rover?
Ans: Pragyan.

In the World Safe Cities Index 2019 Mumbai has been ranked at which spot?
Ans: 45th.

India announces contribution of how much money to GFTAM for 6th replenishment cycle?
Ans: 22 millions USD.

Name the fastest Indian wicket-keeper to claim 50 dismissals in Test cricket?
Ans: Rishabh Pant.

During the visit of Prime Minister to Vladivostok how many agreements got exchanged?
Ans: 15.

Name the person conferred with the ‘Lamp of Peace of Saint Francis’ 2019?
Ans: Muhammad Yunus.

The Indian Army is to commission for the 1st batch of women soldiers in 2021 with how many soldiers?
Ans: 100 Soldiers.

Name the Ministry won Swachh Bharat award in Swachhta Action Plan category in the Swachh Bharat Awards 2019?
Ans: Ministry of Railways.

NDB (New Development Bank) is to provide Rs 6,000 crore loan to Andhra Pradesh for which projects?
Ans: Social infrastructure projects.

In which city CBI’s First National Conference on Cyber Crime Investigation and Cyber Forensics was held on September 4-5, 2019?
Ans: New Delhi.

Who has launched ‘Terracotta grinder’ in Sewapuri in Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) on 2nd September 2019?
Ans: Khadi and Village Industries Commission.

Which telecommunication company in India has offering minimum internet speed of 100 Mbps for INR 699 a month of its Fibre-Based Broadband service?
Ans: Reliance JIO.

According to the latest Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2019 published by the World Economic Forum, What is the position of India in 2019?
Ans: 34th position.

Name the country in Asia has introduced a facial payment technology for the shoppers?
Ans: China.

India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol (Indo-Thai CORPAT) between the navies of these countries is being hosted at where?
Ans: Bangkok, Thailand.

Who flagged off the first ever Mobile Science Exhibition (SCIENCE EXPLORER) for the entire Ladakh Region in Leh?
Ans: Union Minister of State for Culture and Tourism (Independent charge), Shri Prahlad Singh Patel.

A step towards making the city plastic-free, India’s first ‘Garbage Café’ will soon be opened in which city of Chhattisgarh?
Ans: Ambikapur in north Chhattisgarh.

Who was honoured with Union of European Football Association’s (UEFA) President’s Award 2019?
Ans: ‘Eric Cantona’ at the Champions League draw in Monaco.

Chief Guest of the 5th Eastern Economic Forum was whom?
Ans: India Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.

Ghaznavi Ballistic Missile belongs to which country?
Ans: Pakistan.

Which player became the youngest captain in the Test Cricket?
Ans: Afghanistan crickter Rashid Khan.

Name the Hospitality company in India which starts business first time in the South American country Mexico?
Ans: OYO.

International Literacy Day observed on which date in September, 2019?
Ans: 8th September.

Who was the Project Director and Mission Director of the ISRO’s Mission, Chandrayaan-2?
Ans: Project Director – Muthaya Vanitha and Mission Director – Ritu Karidhal.

Name the female athlete set a new world record in the fastest half-marathon on September 8, 2019 in Newcastle, England?
Ans: Kenyan athlete ‘Brigid Kosgei’.

International Conference ‘ANGAN’ on Energy Efficiency in Building Sector was held in which city?
Ans: New Delhi on September 9, 2019.

To promote the State Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH), UNESCO has tied up with which Indian state?
Ans: Rajasthan.

Who was sworn in as the new chief justice of Gujarat High Court on 10th September, 2019?
Ans: Justice Vikram Nath.

8th edition of Ladakh Marathon was held at where? This is highest marathon in the world (over 11000 feet Mean Sea Level).
Ans: Leh.

26th Ladakhi-Kisan-Jawan-VigyanMela in Leh was inaugurated by whom?
Ans: Shri Rajnath Singh.

General Knowledge Questions Answers in Hindi

बी बाला भास्कर को कहां का भारतीय इंडियन ऐंबेसडर नियुक्त किया गया?
उत्तर: नॉर्वे

प्रधानमंत्री का प्रधान सलाहकार किसे नियुक्त किया गया है?
उत्तर: पी.के. सिन्हा

भारतीय रेलवे ने किस रेलवे स्टेशन में ‘फन जोन’ को लांच किया?
उत्तर: विशाखापत्तनम

अंतर्राष्ट्रीय टी-20 में 100 विकेट लेने वाले पहले गेंदबाज़ कौन बने?
उत्तर: लसिथ मलिंगा

हाल ही में किस शहर में भारतीय कौशल संस्थान की आधारशिला रखी गयी?
उत्तर: मुंबई

रोनाल्डो लाईतोंजम किस खेल से जुड़े हुए हैं?
उत्तर: साइकिलिंग

ट्रैफिक अपडेट्स के लिए गुरुग्राम पुलिस ने किस कंपनी के साथ समझौता किया है?
उत्तर: गूगल

हाल ही में भारतीय प्रेस ट्रस्ट का चेयरमैन किसे नियुक्त किया गया?
उत्तर: विजय कुमार चोपड़ा

हाल ही में किस राज्य में 25वीं सीनियर महिला नेशनल फुटबॉल चैंपियनशिप शुरू हुई?
उत्तर: अरुणाचल प्रदेश

2019 यू.एस. ओपन में पुरुष एकल वर्ग का खिताब किसने जीता?
उत्तर: राफेल नडाल

डॉ हर्षवर्धन किस वर्ष तक भारत को टीबी की बीमारी से मुक्त करने के उद्देश्य से “टीबी हारेगा, देश जीतेगा” अभियान की शुरुआत की है?
उत्तर: 2025

प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने न्यूयॉर्क में कैरेबियन कम्युनिटी को विकास के लिए कितने मिलियन डॉलर की आर्थिक सहायता देने की घोषणा की है?
उत्तर: 14 मिलियन डॉलर

29 सितम्बर को विश्वभर में कौन सा दिवस मनाया जाता है?
उत्तर: विश्व हृदय दिवस

हाल ही में जारी किये गए आंकड़ो के मुताबिक, भारत के बाद किस देश में महात्मा गांधी जी की सबसे अधिक स्मारक और प्रतिमाएं लगी हुई है?
उत्तर: अमेरिका

भारतीय क्रिकेट टीम के किस पूर्व कप्तान को हैदराबाद क्रिकेट एसोसिएशन और अरुण धूमल को हिमाचल प्रदेश क्रिकेट एसोसिएशन का नया अध्यक्ष चुना गया है?
उत्तर: मोहम्मद अजहरुद्दीन

पूर्व दक्षिण अफ्रीकी ऑलराउंडर लांस क्लूजनर को किस देश की क्रिकेट टीम का नया हेड कोच नियुक्त किया गया है?
उत्तर: अफगानिस्तान क्रिकेट टीम

किस क्रिकेट टीम की महिला क्रिकेटर सारा टेलर ने 30 वर्ष की उम्र में एंग्जाइटी (तनाव) के कारण संन्यास ले लिया है?
उत्तर: इंग्लैंड क्रिकेट टीम

इनमे से किस सोशल मीडिया नेटवर्क कंपनी ने धोखाधड़ी को रोकने के उद्देश्य से एक नयी “वित्तीय घोटाला नीति” पेश की है?
उत्तर: ट्विटर

भारतीय पहलवान योगेश्वर दत्त और किस पूर्व हॉकी खिलाड़ी ने हाल ही में भाजपा पार्टी ज्वाइन की है?
उत्तर: संदीप सिंह

दक्षिण अफ्रीका के खिलाफ टी-20 में कौन सी भारतीय गेंदबाज 3 ओवर मेडन फेंकने वाली पहली भारतीय गेंदबाज बन गयी है?
उत्तर: दीप्ति शर्मा

केंद्र सरकार ने एकता और अखंडता के क्षेत्र में योगदान के लिए किस भारतीय राजनीतिज्ञ के नाम पर सर्वोच्च नागरिक सम्‍मान पुरस्कार की शुरूआत की है?
उत्तर: सरदार वल्लभभाई पटेल

भारत की किस पूर्व भारतीय महिला धाविका को आईएएएफ के वेटरन पिन अवॉर्ड से सम्मानित किया गया है?
उत्तर: पीटी ऊषा

28 सितम्बर को विश्वभर में कौन सा दिवस मनाया जाता है?
उत्तर: विश्व रेबीज दिवस

किस पूर्व क्रिकेटर को निर्विरोध सीएबी का अध्यक्ष चुना गया है?
उत्तर: ख. सौरव गांगुली

विश्व चैम्पियनशिप में सिल्वर मेडल जीतने वाले किस खिलाडी ने पुरुषों की 86 किग्रा फ्रीस्टाइल वर्ल्ड रैंकिंग में पहला स्थान हासिल किया है?
उत्तर: दीपक पुनिया

अमेरिका ने किस देश के सरकारी अधिकारियों और उनके परिवार के सदस्यों का देश में प्रवेश प्रतिबंधित कर दिया है?
उत्तर: ईरान

किस देश की सरकार ने देश के सबसे बड़े 65 वर्ष के हाथी “नंडुनगमुवा राजा” की सुरक्षा के लिए सेना के जवान तैनात किए हैं?
उत्तर: श्रीलंका सरकार

एशियाई विकास बैंक की रिपोर्ट के मुतबिक, कौन सा देश दक्षिण एशिया में सबसे कम जीडीपी वाला देश है?
उत्तर: पाकिस्तान

किस देश ने पर्यटन को बढ़ावा देने के उद्देश्य से अब टूरिस्ट वीजा जारी करने की घोषणा की है?
उत्तर: सऊदी अरब

भारत, जापान और किस देश के बीच जापान के ससेबो शहर के समीप पश्चिमी प्रशांत महासागर में मालाबार सैन्य अभ्यास की शुरुआत हुई है?
उत्तर: अमेरिका

फ्लिपकार्ट के को-फाउंडर सचिन बंसल ने हाल ही में किस कंपनी में 739 करोड़ रुपए में बड़ी हिस्सेदारी खरीदी है?
उत्तर: सीआरआईडीएस

हाल ही में यूगोव के द्वारा किये गए सर्वे के मुताबिक, पीएम नरेंद्र मोदी के बाद कौन देश का दूसरा सबसे प्रशंसनीय व्यक्ति है?
उत्तर: महेंद्र सिंह धोनी

कौन सी महिला खिलाडी विश्व की टॉप 25 प्रशंसनीय महिलाओं की सूची में शामिल होने वाले एकमात्र भारतीय हैं?
उत्तर: मैरी कॉम

पीआर कंपनी डब्ल्यूपीपी की रैंकिंग में किसे लगातार छठे वर्ष देश का मोस्ट वैल्यूएबल ब्रांड घोषित किया गया है?
उत्तर: एचडीएफसी बैंक

आईआईएफएल वेल्थ-हुरुन इंडिया रिच लिस्ट के मुताबिक मुकेश अम्बानी लगातार कौन से वर्ष देश के सबसे बड़े अमीर व्यक्ति रहे है?
उत्तर: 8वें वर्ष

अंतरराष्ट्रीय मुद्रा कोष के कार्यकारी बोर्ड ने किसे अपनी संस्था का नया प्रबंध निदेशक और कार्यकारी बोर्ड का अध्यक्ष नियुक्त किया है?
उत्तर: क्रिस्टालिना जॉर्जीएवा

बीसीसीआई के पूर्व चैयरमैन एन श्रीनिवासन की बेटी रूपा गुरुनाथ को किस क्रिकेट एसोसिएशन का अध्यक्ष चुना गया है?
उत्तर: तमिलनाडु क्रिकेट एसोसिएशन

किस देश के राष्ट्रपति ने 100 फुटबाल मैदानों जितने आकार वाले एक नए एयरपोर्ट की शुरुआत की है?
उत्तर: चीन

अमेरिका ने किस देश से कच्चा तेल खरीदने के लिए चीन की कंपनियों पर नए प्रतिबंध लगाने की घोषणा की है?
उत्तर: ईरान

2 वर्ष पहले ह्यूमन स्पेस मिशन की तैयारी करने वाले किस देश ने अपना पहला एस्ट्रोनॉट अंतरराष्ट्रीय स्पेस स्टेशन भेजा है?
उत्तर: संयुक्त अरब अमीरात

उत्तर प्रदेश के सीएम योगी आदित्यनाथ ने तलाक पीड़िताओं को कितने हजार रूपये सालाना देने की घोषणा की है?
उत्तर: 6 हजार

निसान कंपनी के पूर्व सीईओ कार्लोस घोन पर भत्तों की जानकारी छिपाने के मामले में कितने करोड़ रूपये जुर्माना लगाया गया है?
उत्तर: 7 करोड़

भारतीय सिनेमा के किस प्रसिद्ध अभिनेता को दादा साहब फाल्के पुरस्कार से सम्मानित करने की घोषणा की गयी है?
उत्तर: अमिताभ बच्चन

केंद्र सरकार ने किसानों के लिए घर तक सुविधाएं प्रदान कराने के उद्देश्य कितने मोबाइल एप्प लॉन्च किये है?
उत्तर: दो मोबाइल एप्प

तेलुगु फिल्मों के कॉमेडियन वेणु माधव का हाल ही में कितने वर्ष की आयु में निधन हो गया है?
उत्तर: 39 वर्ष

किस राज्य की कैबिनेट ने “चुनाव में जीतकर आने वाले पार्षद को अब महापौर और नगरपालिका अध्यक्ष का चुनेंगे” इस बदलाव पर मोहर लगा दी है?
उत्तर: मध्य प्रदेश कैबिनेट

बीसीसीआई सीओए ने हाल ही में किसे आरसीए चुनाव के लिए नया चुनाव अधिकारी नियुक्त किया है?
उत्तर: विनोद जुत्शी

26 सितम्बर को विश्वभर में कौन सा दिवस मनाया जाता है?
उत्तर: विश्व मूक बधिर दिवस

टी-20 इंटरनेशनल क्रिकेट में डेब्यू करने के साथ ही भारतीय महिला क्रिकेट टीम की कौन सी खिलाडी भारत की सबसे युवा महिला क्रिकेटर बन गयी है?
उत्तर: शेफाली वर्मा

यूईएफए कार्यकारी समिति ने चैम्पियंस लीग के मौजूदा सीजन का फाइनल किस देश के गेजप्रोम एरीना में खेले जाने की घोषणा की है?
उत्तर: रूस

General Knowledge Questions Answers on Sports

Who is the first Indian to have won a Gold Medal?

– Abhinav Bindra

Serena Williams equaled which record by winning 22 Grand slams?

– Record held by Steffi Graf

Which country is the UEFA Euro 2016 Runner up ?

– Australia

Roll is in which game?

– Poker

Who died playing Polo?

– Qutub-ud-din Aibak

Which country won 2016 Hockey World Cup?

– France

In Rio Olympics 2016, PV Sandhu defeated Wang Yihan who belonged to

– China

Winner of Wimbledon Cup 2016?

– Andy Murray

Which country will host Cricket World Cup 2019 – 

Ans: England

Naidu cup belongs to which game – 

Ans: Chess

Hook pass terminology belongs to which sports –  

Ans: Basketball

The distance of a marathon run is – 

Ans: 26 miles 385 yards

Who won the Cricket World Cup in 2008? – India

Where one first Olympic Games were held? – Athens, Greece

Who started Paralympic Games? –  Sir Ludwig  Guttmann

Where was FIFA 2010 held? – South Africa

How many Grand Slams are held in a year? – 4

Which Indian Sport just had its first Premier League? – Kabaddo

Which Sporstman is known as ‘The Wizard of Hockey’? – Major Dhyanchand

Who won the first Olympic medal in wrestling for India? – Khashaba Jadhav

Who was the first ever female Olympic medal winner of India? – Karnam Malleshwari, Weightlifting, Sydney Olympics, 2000.

Which Athlete has won most number of Olympic medals? – Michael Phelps

Which Games are held by federation of Countries formerly rules by British Empire? – Commonwealth Games

Which Sportswoman is called as ‘Payyoli Express‘ ? – P. T. Usha

Hockey is the national sports of –  

Ans: India and Pakistan

Eden Gardens cricket stadium as in –  

Ans: Calcutta

Barcelona open was lifted by – 

Ans: Rafael Nadal from Spain beating Dominic thiem Australia

Russian Grand Prix was recently won by – 

Ans: Valtteri Bottas

Which country won 26th edition of Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Hockey tournament – 

Ans: Great Britain defeating Australia

Indian players Chef Thapa belongs to which Sports – 

Ans: Boxing

Which player has recently made the record of highest wicket taker in women’s one-day international – 

Ans: Jhulan Goswami; 181 wickets in 153 matches

World para-athletics Grand Prix recently conducted in which nation – 

Ans: China

Which team won 7th Junior National Hockey championship 2017 women – 

Ans: Hockey Him (Himachal) defeating hockey Mizoram

The mascot of22nd Asian Athletic Championship is – 

Ans: Olly Turtle

Spanish Grand Prix Formula 1 Championship is recently won by – 

Ans: Lewis Hamilton

Who has won Italian Open Women’s Single Title 2017 – 

Ans: Elina Svitolina of Ukraine

Which team won premier badminton league season 2 title – 

Ans: Chennai Smashers defeating Mumbai Rockets

Which team won Ranji Trophy in January 2017 – 

Ans: Gujarat defeating Mumbai

Who has recently won Swiss open 2017 Badminton Championship – 

Ans: Lin Dan of China

Who won Women’s Single Title of Indian open 2017 Badminton Championship – 

Ans: P V Sindhu

Special Olympics world winter games recently held in which country – 

Ans: Australia

Who won silver in Women World Snooker Championship held in Singapore – 

Ans: Vidya Pillai

Which team lifted Santosh Trophy for 32nd time – 

Ans: Bengal

Number of players in one team of Kho Kho are –   

Ans: 9

Football was inducted as a competitive game in Olympics in year – 

Ans: 1908

Somdev Devburman, who has recently announce retirement belongs to which game/sports – 

Ans: Lawn Tennis

Who has won the first ever all Indian boys under 19 final at British Junior Open Squash Tournament

Ans: Velavan Senthilkumar

Magnus Carlsen, the distinguished chess player belongs to which country – 

Ans: Norway

Who has won Men’s Single Title of Qatar Open Tennis Championship 2017 – 

Ans: Novak Djokovic from Siberia defeating Andy Murray

45 which Chinese E-Commerce firm has become top sponsor of Olympic Games through 2028 – 

Ans: Alibaba group

Who has been named the world’s best player at the inaugural best FIFA football awards 2016 in Zurich Switzerland – 

Ans: Cristiano Ronald

Which football player has been voted as the best playmaker in the world for 2016 – 

Ans: Lionel Messi

National Sports of China is – 

Ans: Table Tennis

Canada Cup belongs to which sports – 

Ans: Golf

Westchester Cup belongs to – 

Ans: Polo

Ghulam Ahmed Trophy belongs to which sports – 

Ans: Cricket

How many players are there in one team of Water Polo – 

Ans: 6 Players

First Asian Games held in which nation – 

Ans: New Delhi 1951

Who has won Miami open men’s singles 2017 – 

Ans: Rodger Federer of Switzerland dividing Rafael Nadal of Spain

The winner of World Cup double trap gold ISSF Shotgun – 

Ans: Ankur Mittal

Who has won Australian Grand Prix 2017 – 

Ans: Sebastian Vettel Germany defeating Levis Hamilton of UK

Which team has won 10th edition of IPL – 

Ans: Mumbai Indians defeating rising Pune supergiant

Which football club won Europa League title – 

Ans: Manchester United defeating Ajax Amsterdam

Sudirman cup belongs to which sports – 

Ans: Badminton

Which state became the champion at National Youth Athletic Meet – 

Ans: Haryana defeating Kerala

First Commonwealth games held in 1930 at – 

Ans: Hamilton, Canada

Jaspal Singh Rana is a distinguished athlete of which game – 

Ans: Shooting

Which team has recently won I league – 

Ans: Aizawl FC defeating Shillong Lajong

Pankaj Advani belongs to which sports – 

Ans: Billiards

Who has won Australian Open women’s singles title 2017 – 

Ans: Serena Williams defeating Venus Williams

Which Jamaican cricketer has been banned from all cricket over doping charges – 

Ans: Andre Russell

Who has top the T20 batsman list in the latest ICC rankings – 

Ans: Virat Kohli

Who has become the first batsman to score 3 hundred in T20 match in an unofficial game locally played in Delhi – 

Ans: Mohit Ahlawat

Who has won 29 Indian National Snooker Championship title – 

Ans: Pankaj Advani

Which Indian Unit has won Army Polo Championship 2017 – 

Ans: Cavalry defeating Army services Corps

Which Indian cricketer has surpassed India’s former legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev becoming the highest wicket taker in home Test season – 

Ans: R Ashwin

Which two Afghanistan players were selected for the first time in IPL 2017 – 

Ans: Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan

India first took part in Olympics game in year – 

Ans: 1920

Which game uses the term scoring a Cannon – 

Ans: Billiards

Ashes is a term used in which Sports –

Ans: Cricket

Davis Cup belongs to which sports – 

Ans: Tennis

Queensberry rules belongs to which Sports – 

Ans: Boxing

Which place is known as Mecca of Indian football – 

Ans: Kolkata

Number of players on each side in a baseball match as – 

Ans: 5

Which team has won T20 World Cup For Blind Tournament 2017 – 

Ans: India defeating Pakistan

Which team has won first edition of 3 day Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay all India National Style Kabaddi Championship – 

Ans: Haryana beating Railways

Which Indian has become first to play in the New Zealand Grand prix at Chris Amon circuit in Mansfield New zealand – 

Ans: Jehan Daruvala

Which Indian batsman has the record of Rahul Dravid house playing maximum balls in test – 

Ans: Cheteshwar Pujara, 525 balls 202 runs

Which team recently lifted Vijay Hazare Trophy – 

Ans: Tamil Nadu defeating Bengal

Which team won Deodhar Trophy 2017 – 

Ans: Tamil Nadu defeating India Red

Which state conducted country’s first ever transgender one day Athletic Meet – 

Ans: Kerala

Which zone has recently won Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 title – 

Ans: East zone defeating West zone

Which player emerged as most expensive player in IPL auction 2017 – 

Ans: Ben Stokes of England; 14.5 crore

Which Indian player became the costliest player of India in IPL 2017 – 

Ans: Karn Sharma

The official mascot of FIFA under 17 World Cup scheduled to be held in India is – 

Ans: Kheleo clouded leopard

Fifth Hockey India League title 2017 is won by – 

Ans: Kalinga Lancers beating Dabang Mumbai

The winner of Syed Modi International Grand pix gold Women’s Single Title 2017 is – 

Ans: PV Sindhu

Which Indian cricketer has become the first player to score double century in 4 consecutive test series – 

Ans: Virat Kohli

Which country has been barred from 2017 summer world athletics championship in London – 

Ans: Russia

Which country won gold medal at Asian Junior Squash Championship 2017 – 

Ans: India defeating Malaysia

The batsman who has recently become the first to score 10000 runs in T20 is – 

Ans: Chris Gayle of West Indies

Who has won Monte Carlo Masters men’s singles for record 10th time – 

Ans: Rafael Nadal of Spain

Which team has been ranked first in ICC T20 International team ranking – 

Ans: New Zealand

Who has won Australian open men’s singles 2017 – 

Ans: Rodger Federer defeating Rafael Nadal

Who has won 2017 Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold Women’s Single Title – 

Ans: Saina Nehwal defeating Sibu of Malaysia

Recently which Indian batsman has become the fastest batsman in the world to score 1000 runs as captain in one-day internationals – 

Ans: Virat Kohli

Cooch Behar trophy is related to – 

Ans: Cricket

Which team come up as the winner of pro wrestling League season 2 – 

Ans: Punjab Royals defeating Haryana Hammers

Famous Sports Personalities

Sports Sportsperson
Archery Rajat Chauhan
Athletics Michael Phelps
Usain Bolt
Lalita Babar
Badminton P.V Sindhu
Carolina Marin
Saina Nehwal
Shrikanth Kadambi
Peter Gade
Billiards &
Snooker
Pankaj Advani
Earl Strickland
Michae Phelan
Sourav Kothari
Boxing Shiva Thapa
Vijender Singh
Cricket Ajinkya Rahane
Carlos Brathwaite
Imran Khan
Sachin Tendulkar
Virat Kohli
Football Cristiano Ronaldo
Lionel Messi
Subrata Paul
Golf Aditi Ashok
Gymnastics Dipa Karmakar
Simone Biles
Hockey Ms. Rani
Raghunath V.R.
Javelin
Throw
Neeraj Chopra
Lawn Tennis Garbine Muguruza
Serena Williams
Andy Murray
Novak Djokovic
Para
Athletics
Sandeep Singh Mann
Shooting Apurvi Chandela
Gurpreet Singh
Shri Jitu Rai
Table Tennis Soumyajit Ghosh
Wrestling Amit Kumar
Babita Kumari
Geeta Phogat
Ms. Vinesh
Sakshi Malik
Yogeshwar Dutt
 Virender Singh

Cups and Trophies in Sports

Sports Names of Trophies/Cups
Cricket
  1. ICC World Cup
  2. Asia Cup
  3. Sahara Cup
  4. Titan Cup
  5. Gilette Cup
  6. G.D Birla Trophy
  7. Deodhar Trophy
  8. Duldeep Trophy
  9. Rani Jhansi Trophy
  10. Vijay Merchant Trophy
  11. Wisden Trophy
  12. Irani Trophy
Hockey
  1. Aga Khan Cup
  2. Maharaja Ranjit
    Singh Gold Cup
  3. Dhyanchand Trophy
  4. Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
  5. Wales Trophy
  6. Stanley Cup
  7. Sindhia Gold Cup
  8. Wellington Cup
Football
  1. IPA Shield
  2. UEFA Champions
    league
  3. FIFA World Cup
  4. Subroto Cup
  5. Merdeke Cup
  6. Bandokar Trophy
  7. Vittal Trophy
  8. Sir Ashutosh
    Mukerji Trophy
  9. Santosh Trophy
  10. Rovers Cup
  11. Durand Cup
  12. BC Raj Trophy
  13. Kalinga Cup
Badminton
  1. Asia Cup
  2. Chadha Cup
  3. European Cup
  4. Sophia Cup
  5. Malaysian Cup
  6. Thomas Cup (Men)
  7. Uber Cup (Women)
  8. Amrit Diwan Cup
Table Tennis
  1. Travancore
  2. Swathing Cup
  3. Bama
Lawn Tennis
  1. Davis Cup
  2. Australian Open
  3. French Open
  4. Wimbledon Trophy
  5. US Open
  6. Heineken Cup
Golf
  1. US Masters
  2. Ryder Cup
  3. British Open
  4. Augusta Masters

Recent Sports Events and Venues

EVENTS YEAR VENUES
Hockey
World Cup
2014 The Hangue,
Netherlands
Common
Wealth

Games
2014 Glasgow,
Scotland
Asian
Games
2014 Incheon,
South Korea
Winter
Olympics
2014 Sochi,
Russia
Youth
Olympic Games
2014 Nanjing,
China
Football
World Cup
2014 Brazil
Football
World Cup
2015 Canada
World
Military

Games
2015 Mungyeong,
South Korea
Cricket
World Cup
2016 Australia,
New Zealand
UEFA European
Football
Championship
2016 France
South Asian
Games
2016 Guwahati &
Shillong,
India
Olympic
Games
2016 Rio De Janerio,
Brazil.
World Masters
Games
2017 Auckland,
New Zealand

First Persons in Various Categories

» The First Indian to win world Billiards Trophy – Wilson Jones
» The first to conquer Everest – Sherpa Tenzing (1953)
»The first Indian woman to swim across the English Channel – Miss. Arati Shah
» The first person to win Wimbledon title five times – Bjorn Borg
» The first to sail round the world – Megellan
» The first Indian to win world Billiards Trophy – Wilson Jones
» The first to cross the Damelles by swimming – Mihir Sen
» The first person to reach South Pole – Amundsen
» The first woman who conquered Everest – Junko Tabei (Japan)
»The first black player to win the Wimbledon men’s singles title – Arthur Ashe (US)
» The first person to reach North Pole – Robert Peary
» First woman Olympic Medallist (Weight Lifting) – Karnam Malleswari (2000)
»The first Indian to win All England Badminton Championship – Prakash Padukone
»The first person to win the Palk Strait ocean swimming contest – Baidyanath
»The first person to complete solo walk to magnetic North pole – David Hempleman Adam (UK)
» The first woman to reach North pole – Ann Bancroft
» The first woman to sail non stop around the world alone – Kaycottee
» The first an to climb Everest twice – Nawang Gombu
» The first deaf & dumb to cross the strait of Gibraltar – Taranath Shenoy(India)
» The first woman to climb Mt. Everest twice – Santosh Yadav (India)

The First Woman In India

» First Muslim to sit on the throne of Delhi – Razia Sultan
» First to win Nobel Prize – Mother Theresa
» First Indian President of Indian National Congress – Mrs.. Sarojini Naidu
» First President of UN General Assembly – Mrs. Vijayalakshmi Pandit
» First President of Indian National Congress – Dr. Annie Besant
» First Prime Minister – Mrs. Indira Gandhi
» First Chief Minister of State – Mrs. Sucheta Kripalani
» First Minister – Mrs. Vijayalakshmi Pandit
» First Central Minister – Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
» First Speaker of Lok Sabha – Mrs. Shanno Devi
» First Governor of a State – Mrs. Sarojini Naidu
» First to swim across the English Channel – Mrs. Arti Shah
» First to climb Mount Everest – Bachhendri Pal
» First Judge of Supreme Court – Ms M. Fathima Beevi
»First Judge of a High Court – Anna Chandi
» First Chief Justice of a High Court – Ms. Leila Seth
» First Advocate – Cornelia Sorabji
» First IAS Officer – Anna George Malhotra
» First IPS Officer – Kiran Bedi
» First Doctor – Kadambini Ganguli
» First Chief Engineer – Mrs. P.K. Thresia
» First Magistrate – Mrs. Omana Kunjamma
» First editor of English newspaper – Dina Vakil
» First to be crowned Miss Universe – Sushmita Sen
» First to be crowned Miss India – Reita Faria
» First to be crowned Miss World – Reita Faria
» First DGP – Kanchan Chowdhry Bhattacharya
» Youngest to Climb Mount Everest – Dicky Dolma (19) from Manali -1993
» First to climb Mount Everest two times – Santosh Yadav (ITBF Officer) -1993
» First to receive a Sena Medal – Constable Bimla Devi (CRPF) – 1990
» First to circumnavigate (sail round the world) – Ujwala Rai

Tallest, Highest, Largest, Longest, Biggest, Deepest and Smallest in the World

Tallest

  • Tallest building – Burj Khalifa in Dubai
  • Tallest road – Khardungla Pass (Leh Manali, India)
  • Tallest fountain – Fountain Hills, Arizona
  • Tallest free standing structure (Tower) – CN Tower, Toronto (Canada)
  • Tallest tree – The Redwood Tree
  • Tallest Railway line – Quin – Hai – Tibet (China)
  • Tallest animal – Giraffe
  • Tallest office building – Petronas Twin Tower (Malaysia)
  • Tallest bridge – Royal Gorge Arkansas, America)
  • Tallest Statue – Statue of Motherland (USSR)
  • Tallest Minaret – Sultan Hassan Mosque (Egypt)

Highest

  • Highest Plateau – Tibet
  • Highest Railway – Qinghai – Tibet
  • Highest Airport – Lhasa Airport (Tibet)
  • Highest Town – Wenchuan (Tibet)
  • Highest Mountain Peak – Mt. Everest (Nepal)
  • Highest Mountain – Himalaya
  • Highest Lake – Titicaca (Bolivia)
  • Highest Continent – Antartica
  • Highest Waterfall – Angel Falls (Venezuela)
  • Highest Active Volcano – Guayathiri (Chile)
  • Highest Volcano – Cotopaxy (Ecuador)
  • Highest Railway Station – Condor Station (Bolivia)
  • Highest River Bridge – Royal Gorge (Colorado)
  • Highest Road Bridge – Bailey bridge built by the Indian Army at Khardungla (Ladakh)
  • Highest Bridge – Milau (France)
  • Highest Capital City – La Paz (Bolivia)

Largest

  • Largest Animal – Blue Whale
  • Largest Land Animal – The African Bush Elephant
  • Largest Archipelago – Indonesia
  • Largest Airport – King Khalid International Airport (Riyadh – Saudi Arabia)
  • Largest Continent – Asia
  • Largest gulf – Gulf of Mexico
  • Largest Ocean – Pacific
  • Largest River – Amazon
  • Largest Island – Greenland
  • Largest River Basin – Amazon
  • Largest Lake (Salt Water) – Caspian sea
  • Largest Lake (Fresh Water) – Lake Superior (North America)
  • Largest Artificial Lake – Lake Mead at Hoover Dam (USA)
  • Largest bay – Hudson Bay (North Canada)
  • Largest Gorge – Grand Canyon (USA)
  • Largest Sea – South China Sea
  • Largest Delta – Sundarbans (India & Bangladesh)
  • Largest Peninsula – Arabia
  • Largest Country (In Area) – Russia
  • Largest Country (In Population) – China
  • Largest Temple – Angkorwat (Cambodia)
  • Largest Church – St.Peter’s Basilica, (Rome)
  • Largest Mosque – Sha Faisal Mosque (Islamabad)
  • Largest Embassy – Russian Embassy (Beijing)
  • Largest Democracy – India
  • Largest Electorate – India
  • Largest War Plane – Mirage (France)
  • Largest Prison – Kharkov (Russia)
  • Largest Hotel – MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas (USA)
  • Largest Canal – Keil Canal in Germany
  • Largest Forest – Coniferous Forests (Northern Russia)
  • Largest Palace – Imperial Palace, Beijing
  • Largest Stadium – Strahove (Czech Republic)
  • Largest Library – United States Library of Congress
  • Largest Museum – American Museum of Natural History (New York-USA)
  • Largest town – Mt. Isa (Queensland)
  • Largest Dam – Three Gorges (China)
  • Largest Reef – Great Barrier Reef, (Australia)
  • Largest Park – Wood Buffalo National Park (Canada)
  • Largest Zoo – Krugal National Park (South Africa)
  • Largest Strait – Tartar Strait
  • Largest River Island – Majuli (Assam)
  • Largest Dome in the World – Astrodome (Housten- USA)
  • Largest Inland Sea – Mediterranean Sea
  • Largest City (Population) – Tokyo (Japan)
  • Largest Wall – The Great Wall (China)
  • Largest Cave – Mammoth Cave, Kentucky (USA)
  • Largest Cemetery – Leningrad (Russia)
  • Largest Railway Station – Grand Central Terminal (New York)
  • Largest University Building – University of Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)
  • Largest Open University – Indira Gandhi National Open University (New Delhi)
  • Largest Steel Plant – Nippon Steel plant (Japan)
  • Largest Active Volcano – Mauna Lao (Hawaii)
  • Largest Planet – Jupiter
  • Largest Carnivorous Mammal – Polar Bear
  • Largest Bird – Ostrich
  • Largest Sea Bird – Albatross
  • Largest Cold Desert – Gobi (Mongolia)
  • Largest Diamond – The Cullinan
  • Largest parliament – The National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China
  • Largest Plateau – Pamir (Tibet)
  • Largest Mountain Range – The Himalaya
  • Largest Bank – World Bank (Washington)
  • Largest Cricket Stadium – Melbourne (Australia)
  • Largest Natural Satellite – Ganymede (Jupiter)
  • Largest Statue – Statue of Liberty
  • Largest Book Publishing Company – Mc Graw Hill (New York)
  • Largest Epic – Mahabharat

Longest

  • Longest Wall – Great Wall of China
  • Longest Wall – Great Wall of China
  • Longest Dictionary – Oxford English Dictionary
  • Longest Shipping Canal – Baltic White Sea Canal
  • Longest Beach – Rio de Janerio (Brazil)
  • Longest Railway Line – Trans – Siberian Railway
  • Longest Swimming Canal – English Canal
  • Longest Day – June 21

Biggest

  • Biggest Bird – African Ostrich
  • Biggest Desert – Sahara (Africa)
  • Biggest library – National Kie Library (CIS)
  • Biggest Planet – Jupiter
  • Biggest Dome – Gol Gumbaz (India)
  • Biggest Palace – Vatican (Italy)
  • Biggest Reptile – Saltwater Crocodile
  • Biggest Car Manufacturer – General Motors (Detroit, America)
  • Biggest lizard – Komodo Dragons
  • Biggest Eggs – Ostrich Eggs
  • Biggest Flower – Rafflesia
  • Biggest Passenger Ship – Queen Elizebeth II
  • Biggest Diamond Mine – Kimberley (South Africa)
  • Biggest Park – Yellow Stone National Park
  • Biggest Auditorium – Municipal Auditorium (Atlantic City)
  • Biggest Football Stadium – Marakana (Brazil)

Deepest

  • Deepest Point in the Ocean – Challenger Deep of Mariana Trench in Pacific Ocean
  • Deepest Lake – Lake Baikal, (Siberia)
  • Deepest Ocean – Pacific Ocean
  • Deepest Gorge – Hell’s Canyon, (USA)

Smallest

  • Smallest Bird – Humming Bird
  • Smallest Continent – Australia
  • Smallest Ocean – Arctic
  • Smallest State – Vatican
  • Smallest Flowering Plant – Wolfia
  • Smallest Planet – Mercury
  • Smallest Museum – Arizona, US
  • Smallest PC – Space Cube
  • Smallest Colony – Gibraltar

Miscellaneous

  • Oldest Religion – Hinduism
  • Oldest National Flag – Denmark
  • Oldest Plant – Rose
  • Oldest Capital City – Damascus
  • Fastest Bird – Swift
  • Fastest Planet – Mercury
  • Fastest Land Animal – Cheetah
  • Shortest River – Roe (Montana)
  • Hottest Planet – Venus
  • Lowest Point on Earth – Dead Sea
  • Lowest Temperature – Absolute Zero (-273oC)
  • Least Populous City – Vatican
  • Most Poisonous Fish – Puffer Fish
  • Coldest Place – Vostok (Antarctica)
  • Strongest Natural Fibre – Silk
  • Widest Bridge – Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Busiest Airport – Chicago O’Hare International Airport
  • Coldest Planet – Neptune
  • Widest Waterfall – Khone Falls

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It’s very important to make SST Notes for a quick revision of all chapters at the time of CBSE Class 6th to 10th final exams. So, write down key points in a coherent manner instead of the whole sentences while making notes. When you use this handy revision notes for SST board exam, it helps you understand and retain the subject matter far longer.

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As of now, I feel the best site for downloading or accessing the CBSE class 6th to 10th Social Science Revision Notes Pdf is LearnCBSE.in. It covers CBSE Class 10 to Class 6 Chapter-wise SST Notes as per the latest syllabus & NCERT SST Books. So, refer to this best site and collect whatever you need for SST board exam preparation.

3. Where can I get social science notes for class 10 to 6 board exams?
You can get the SST Notes & Study Material for free of cost. Access the Social Science Revision Notes Chapterwise for Class 6 to 10 via available quick links and make use of them for last-minute exam preparation.

4. From where should I download social science handwritten & revision notes for grade 10th to 6th of the CBSE?
You can download SST Revision Notes and Handwritten Notes pdf for grade 6 to 10 CBSE form our site i.e., LearnCBSE.in and revise all the chapters’ before the exam and score more marks.

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English Notes for Quick Revision Class 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, and 3

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Free English Notes PDF Download for CBSE Class 1 to 12: The most essential aspects to focus while studying in the classroom is making good revision notes and handwritten notes for English. It helps students to score good marks in the English board examinations. So, learn how to prepare English notes on your own when your subject teacher is lecturing or when you’re preparing a concept at home. Nationwide millions of CBSE Students follow the curriculum released by the board.

The NCERT English Books are also prepared by the subject experts as per the latest CBSE Syllabus Curriculum. For the sake of Class 1 to 12 students of CBSE, LearnCBSE.in provided the English NCERT Books and Revision Notes according to their requirements. The given English Revision Notes & Summary Pdf can be easily downloaded by class 1st to 12th in a PDF format directly from the below quick links.

English Revision Notes & Summary PDF Free Download for Class 1 to 12

We think the most important subject for the students is ‘English’. Having a grip on English Core & English Grammar is a must and it will be possible by revising the strong fundamentals of English. The first step to do for mastering in English is to motivate yourself to revise. The key to success and the important part of exam preparation is learning the concepts from the best books and revising the English notes which are designed by experienced teachers. You can download Class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 English Core Notes in pdf format available on this page for free. Students of class 1 to 12 can also find more information on English like question papers, notes, mock tests, and complete study material by referring to these chapter-wise English Short Key Notes Pdf.

Download NCERT CBSE Class 1st to 12th English Handwritten Notes Pdf for free

All these CBSE revision notes for English have been prepared as per the current academic year 2020-21 NCERT Syllabus of class 1 to 12 so you won’t get any confusion while studying the concepts from the given English notes. The notes provided over here are prepared by English teachers and you will get what exactly you are looking for.

Moreover, you will be able to avail Chapter-wise English revision notes along with summary pdf and short keynotes to ace up your preparation for board exams as well as entrance exams. The English revision notes can play a major role in helping smart learning and studying the concepts in an easy manner. Students can also log on to LearnCBSE.in for downloading English notes pdf or else download them directly in a PDF format from the links available on this section.

FAQs on English Short Key-Notes PDF Free Download for Class 1 to 12

1. Where can I get key points of all the chapters in English for the class 1st to 12th CBSE?
You can get the Classwise CBSE English Notes, Summary, and Study Material in PDF Format by using the quick links available on this page, and also you can avail more resources from our site i.e., learnCBSE.in.

2. Can CBSE English Revision Notes assist Class 1st to 12th students to score good marks in board exams?
Yes, you can definitely score good marks with the help of CBSE class 1 to 12 English Revision Notes available here as they cover all the concepts as per the latest syllabus.

3. How do I make English Notes from NCERT books for preparing class 1 to 12 board exams?
You can make use of the NCERT Books for English, study material & notes recommended by subject experts on our page, and prepare English revision notes or short key-notes or summary notes for class 12 to 1 for board exams. These prepared NCERT CBSE Class 1 to 12 English Handwritten notes can be quite handy during your preparation.

4. Can I download PDF Formatted English Revision Notes for Class 1 to Class 12 CBSE for free?
You can download CBSE English Notes & Summary PDF for Class 1 to 12 by tapping on the quick links available on our page and use them during your revision for the board exams.

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Coding for Kids: Ultimate Guide for Parents in 2020 on Programming for Kids

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Have you ever read about this coding quote, “I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer — because it teaches you how to think.” by Steve Jobs? If yes, then why are you wasting your valuable time doing other tasks. Just keep a bit of your focus on your kid’s career and make them to Learn Coding from their primary standards only.

Did you ever think about coding for kids in their initial ages? If not yet, then this is the right time to think of it and implement it in real life too. Don’t bother about the resources to inculcate this task in your kid’s study plan because the present growing internet is there for you and also we are here for you to provide all the information like what to do, how to do, etc.

In the current situation, Programming is becoming an essential skill in almost every modern business. If we take the facts, it’s foretold that by 2020 there will be 1,000,000 more computer science jobs than computer science students. Sounds interesting!

But more than any of that, when taught correctly, programming can be a complete bunch of fun! Learning to code is an amazing, practical, and hugely rewarding hobby and skill for kids of all ages. In this digital world, Coding for kids is rapidly increasing in popularity.

Kids should always grow up their minds in a logical thinking way that the basic and primary step in learning programming. Programming/ Coding also permits your child to express himself or herself creatively. In the states like the USA, there are a few traditional schools offer Programming knowledge to kids. After studying the Gallup Poll report, we can say that 90% of parents are showing interest to develop computer programming learnings in kids during the school days.

If your child has an idea for a game? Does your child have an idea for a website? They should always come with these thoughts and choose their career path from their primary schooling only. There are endless possibilities when it comes to coding for kids. So, parents should keep on reading this article to find more effective & fun learning ways about coding for kids.

In this guide, you will be known about why & how to code and the programming resources for parents in 2020 and many more. So, it could be the ultimate coding guide for parents as well as kids of 2020. Here, I have given a table of contents of what you can expect in this guide and how it navigates each section for helping your kid in learning for the digital age.

What is Coding for Kids?

Coding for kids is the collection of chances accessible for children to get connected in coding. In a nutshell, Programming for kids is typically gamified making it fun for kids to learn! The advantages of choosing this skill, especially for kids, are numerous with endless opportunities.

Well, Coding or computer programming is a creative process that programmers tell a computer how to perform a task in its understandable language. While it is hard to visualize a young mind learning something so apparently complex, it’s reality. But we can thank many platforms like coding summer camps, websites, online tutors, and toys because these are making kids learn to code in a fun and digestible manner.

In other words, Coding for Kids is similar to children who learn to program are discovering how to interact with those computers, hence setting themselves up with a skill they can use to build lives easier in a variety of different career fields.

Initially, parents should gather all the resources that make your child learn to code very easily and in a fun learning way. Need to start with the why to learn, outline the advantages, define key terms, choosing the best programming language, and get started with the gamified coding at an earlier age.

What is the Correct Age to learn to code?

Still, confused to start the process of programming for kids at the smaller age? Looking for the answers to these questions like, Are you wondering that your child’s age is enough to learn the coding skills? Are you searching for the right age to learn to code for your kids? Then, you will get the proper answers to your questions regarding What Age is appropriate to learn to code for kids? here.

As coding can be gamified so children at the age of 4 or 5 can begin their process of choosing the right career path by learning the basic concepts of programming. At that age, kids can kick start learning how to code in a funny way like using visual block interfaces, free apps or gaming sites, or text-based coding classes that are relevant to their age.

We know that parents will think about how can kids learn logical based coding techniques in their primary schooling time or at an earlier age. In order to provide clarity, we have given the complete necessary information about all your questions in this guide. So, keep on reading to this article and acquire complete knowledge on how kids can learn to code at their small age and how it benefits in their career.

Why my child should learn Coding at the age of 4 to 5?

It’s common to get this question in your heads. Parents who are having this question in their minds should first know completely what the business industries are looking for and why coding is important to learn? If you able to understand the importance of coding at first then you will get your answer to the question, why should my child learn to code?

In fact, if you check all over the web or offline business-related sources, you will find that coding is a basic education in the digital age. Because all the companies regarding any fields are using the coding techniques to enhance their business growth. If you think in that way, then you would realize how coding is revolutionizing every aspect of today’s world – imagine robot-assisted surgery, social media, software applications, self-driving cars, etc.

Selecting the coding as a career helps your kids make their future bright with endless possibilities. So, learning to code at a young age is very important for your kids to understand and be able to work in any field in the future. However, Coding helps kids with communication, creativity, math, writing, and confidence.

Also, parents should know that learning to program isn’t simply about the capability to program a computer also it teaches important academic skills and builds crucial soft skills like perseverance and organization. These skills can help your kids to choose the right career path. In fact, here we are providing some good reasons why should kids learn how to code? Let’s have a glimpse on the below reasons:

  1. Programming helps children learn to problem-solve
  2. Coding helps kids understand the connected world better
  3. Coding teaches children how to think
  4. Programming can give your child a competitive advantage and challenges them at every point
  5. Kids can enhance their creativity level
  6. Computer programming is the future boom and programmers are high in demand in this digital age
  7. Coding is fun and satisfying
  8. Moreover, Coding helps enhance your kid’s creativity, problem-solving, persistence, collaboration, and communication.

Is it difficult to learn to code for kids?

No coding not so tough whereas not so easy, it totally depends on the programmer and learner’s logical and creative thinking level. The difficulty level to learn coding techniques will vary around a number of factors. When it comes to kids’ perception, it may be impossible to learn to code easily, but it can be possible if parents teach their kids to code in a fun-learning and finding logic behind the code approaches.

Practically kids can’t write a piece of code for the addition of two numbers because it may seem tough, but there are many interesting ways that make it easy for them to learn how to code at a young age. For instance, Scratch and Tynker give innovative visual coding languages, which makes coding fun and understandable. For kids, learning any subject in a fun and engaging way will give more results.

Children will always love to go with the game-based approaches for doing any of the tasks. If parents succeed to teach coding skills in game-based strategies then their kids will find learning to code is easy and fun.

Some of the proven research-based ways like games, apps, and other kid-centric projects help kids learn computer programming courses in a way that keeps them engaged and also teaches real-world skills. Learning programming for kids has never been easier or more fun if you force them to study or practice. Simply follow the below points on how to teach your kids to learn to code in a game-based strategy with more fun.

How to teach your kids to code?

Now before you jump to the next section where I will share the best programming languages for kids. Here, I have shared a few tips on how to teach your children to code. It is very essential to take these tips into consideration before going to start teaching your kid about coding. Coding is a crucial subject for every kid in this digital age, it helps them to make their future easier and brighter.

To teach them how to code can be easy by following these tips that I have provided below. First and foremost, Kids love games and entertainment zone, so making it entertained while learning the code is necessary. After that, check out the free and well-designed online and offline classes on coding, and finally become a mentor to your kids and teach them to code with more fun.

However, the range of coding education solutions crosses far and wide. So, there are apps, websites, camps, and personal tutors teaching coding for kids, so it’s necessary to opt for the best path that works most suitable for your child. By referring to the below tips, parents can easily turn their kid’s mind from any other task to this learning coding skills task at a young age. So, check out them and follow them without any fail. However,

Tips for Teaching Kids to Code

  1. First, create a learning environment entertaining.
  2. Make use of best coding platforms like Scratch for younger kids and Python for older kids.
  3. Initially teach them to practice with the source code for actual programs. Don’t just start with teaching any concepts wise coding.
  4. Start with Games as they are fun programming projects for kids at a young age.
  5. Keep your kid’s hands-off from the keyboards and mouse. Try them to perform all the tasks by coding.
  6. Provide their own computers while teaching coding in the learning time.
  7. Skip the computer science knowledge at this age.

What are the best programming languages for kids? Kids Coding Languages

Still, looking here and there for a proper answer about ” which coding languages are best for your kids” then this section can be your last destination. Because here we are going to share the best coding languages for kids.

Remember accelerating the process and learning the coding in an easy and quick way can require some additional things which also make your kids comfortable, dedicated to learn to code, and reach some goals. An additional thing that you require in teaching coding to your kids is a good coding/programming language.

Have you ever think about What Type of Programming Language Would Be Best for Your Child? If not yet, then start it right now and pick up the right language for your children. Let’s consider the language like compiled or interpreted when choosing programming languages for children as they are very helpful for kids to learn to code.

Choosing the most helpful programming languages for children is most important for your kids to engage and increase their skills in coding. Here are the best coding languages for kids:

  • Scratch
  • JavaScript
  • Java
  • Lua
  • Python
  • C++
  • C#
  • Code.org

Below we are providing the detailed descriptions for most commonly used best programming languages to learn to code by your kids:

1. Scratch: Scratch is one of the most visually appealing of all the kid’s programming languages on the list, but the real reason it really shines is in the freedom of expression that it allows its students. The whole idea behind it was to simplify the process of creating animations, designing games, and building interactive stories so that literally anyone could do it from the ground up.

With Scratch, it’s all about the simplicity that makes kids passionate about coding. The instant satisfaction of dragging and dropping commands and then seeing interactive stories, games, and animations unroll is wildly influential. So, Scratch can be the first best choice for parents to use while teaching your kids to learn to code.

2. JavaScript:

JavaScript is also one of the great options for children because almost now all the apps and websites are running on this coding language. Some of the main browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer use JavaScript language as a primary option among all coding languages. If your children master this Javascript language, they’ll learn how to change simple web documents into amazing interactive apps and games. And this is somewhat identical to the combination of PHP and Java languages. If you want to see your kids learn coding in an excellent way then javascript can be at your choice list.

3. Lua:

The best scripting language that is excellent for learning text-based coding by kids is Lua. It is simple to learn, use, and set into applications. If you are looking for a free, elegant, powerful, portable, embeddable, and beginner-friendly coding language, then my choice would be a Lua. And also you should know the best thing about this Lua before choosing any other language is that it takes care of low-level things such as memory management for the user. Lua is similar to Python in the way that it eliminates a number of syntax issues that make coding difficult for kids.

Where can my child learn to code?

In this present situation learning all the things online is safe and more interested because the internet provides a wide range of possibilities while learning to code online. If you are looking to find out the ways which are better to learn to code by your kids in live instructions are can be camps, schools, tutoring services, and many more.

Some schools allow the possible chances for elementary and middle-schoolers to learn to code through in-class instruction or after-school coding classes.

  • Schools – If your kids are learning to code in schools then don’t leave any of the options to take advantage of any coding programs at your kid’s school management may offer. It is an excellent way to see kids involved in computer science learning at a young age.
  • Tutoring Centers – Register your kid in an after school coding class if administered at your school, or at your nearest learning center.
  • Tutoring Services – Recruit a personal tutor from services such as Wyzant or Juni Learning and make your kid learn to code.
  • Camps – Compete in a summer camp like Camp Galileo, IDTech, or a Tynker CodeMaker Camp.

What offline resources can help my child learn to code?

Children can also learn some of the computing concepts without a computer or tablet device. Just engage your kids with some other marvelous options like Hands-on activities using crayons, playing cards, and board games to teach coding to children.

  • Board games – Preschoolers can learn to code using fun board games such as Robot Turtles, and many more!
  • Unplugged learning – Kids can also learn computing concepts offline by teaching projects discovered through CS Unplugged.

Parents can find endless benefits on Learning to code. From preparation for the future to the development of soft skills and academic skills, there are countless reasons for kids to learn to code. These endless benefits have appeared because of the growing awareness across the world. So, you should thank this enhancing the education system as they are letting parents and kids know about the importance of learning to code.

Your kids can learn to code online with coding courses and apps, or they can learn in-person or offline by camps, board games, personal tutors. So, at last, we need to convey the best content and knowledge about coding for kids for parents and kids in 2020. Hence, that makes parents to choose the best solution for your child and get started coding for small real-world situations.

FAQs on Coding for Kids

1. What is Programming for Kids?

Programming for Kids is both a great brain exercise and a way to gain valuable skills for their future.

2. What age should you start coding?

Kids as young as 4 to 7 years of age can start learning programming basics and do coding for their dream games, apps, etc. Actually, coding for kids has acquired more popularity in recent years as the technology becomes part of everyday life. Parents who are getting their kids to learn to code at a young age can set their career in success way and achieve their lifetime goals easily.

3. What are some of the good reasons to make your kids learn to code?

If you are introducing your kids to coding at a young age then you must consider some the following good reasons:

  • In 2020, there will be nearly 1 million unfilled tech jobs in the United States due to a shortage of qualified engineers. So, there is a huge scope to become your kid an engineer in the future.
  • Computer science develops skills in a number of corollary areas including math, science, problem-solving, teamwork, project-based learning, creative arts, and more.
  • “Coding teaches you how to think.” – stated by Steve Jobs. So, learn how to code and think wisely.
  • Computer programming improves skills that are directly relevant to today’s job market.
  • Computing powers almost every industry from education to farming, from law to business, and from construction to medicine.

4. How to teach children to code?

You can teach kids to code easily by following our tips for teaching children to code available over here. So, check out them from this guide before you introduce coding to your kids.

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Quick Revision Physics Notes for Class 6th to 12th – Free PDF Download

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Physics Quick Revision Notes Pdf for CBSE Class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12: Are you searching for Class 6th to 12th Physics Notes? Then, this page is the correct destination for you because today we have come up with the same content which you’re wondering for i.e., Physics Revision Notes & Key-notes for CBSE board Exams. We are providing easy to grab & handy notes for physics, which are smartly designed by expertise physics teachers as per the latest CBSE Syllabi Curriculum.

We as a team researched and make our physics subject experts design the Physics Quick Revision Notes for CBSE Class 6th to 12th for easy learning of all physics concepts chapter-wise. And these Physics Notes for Classes 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 proves as a valuable resource for revising chapter-wise important points, formulas, equations, laws, etc before the exam and score max. marks.

NCERT CBSE Class 6 to 12 Physics Revision Notes – Free PDF (Chapter-wise)

One of the most prominent and easiest exam resources to be used is Revision Notes due to its format. It helps students to grab all-important points of all chapters at one place instead of using various books to read. Well, it reduces the time taken to mug up the concepts from several books. In quick revision notes, you will find key points of the concepts including formulas, derivations, laws, principles, and most importantly definitions from all chapters.

Physics is an important subject out of all three science subjects i.e., Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. For students of CBSE Class 6 to 12, physics is the crucial one to score more marks in the board exams and to build their career in the Science stream. Last-minute preparation of all chapters in Physics could be really tough to do, so experts recommend making quick revision notes for Physics as well as maths, chemistry, and others too at the time of lectures in a classroom or while preparing the topic.

Download Quick Revision Notes for Physics for Class 12 to 6 CBSE

Physics Revision Notes Pdf aids to gain the confidence to appear in exams by giving an extra edge. So, download subject experts prepared Chapter Wise NCERT CBSE Class 6 to 12 Physics Notes Pdf for free form the below-provided quick links. These Physics Notes are very essential for CBSE Class 12th and 11th students because physics is the stepping stone for the career. By remembering this point, we have taken extra efforts to provide effective & quick revision notes of Physics.

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By using our physics subject teachers designed Quick revision notes, students can grab the knowledge of all physics concepts involved in the latest CBSE Class 6 to 12 Physics Syllabus 2020. Also, you may get some other benefits with our Physics Revision Notes Pdf while preparing for the exam. They are as under

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1. How to make handwritten notes for physics?

To prepare physics handwritten notes, one should make a note of all important points, formulas, definitions, derivations, etc. while physics teachers are giving the lecture in the classroom or at the time of learning the concepts at home. If you feel tough to make handwritten notes by yourself, them make use of our provided physics notes from this page.

2. What is the smart way to prepare Physics for CBSE Board exams?

Physics doesn’t require only hard work it also needs smart work as it is a combination of problem-solving as well as theory. The notes will really make you a smart worker. So, preparing all the chapters with Physics Notes pdf is a smart way to score more marks.

3. Where can I get Physics Revision Notes for CBSE Class 6th to 12th board exams?

You can avail chapter wise physics revision notes and key-notes along with NCERT Physics Solutions for CBSE Class 6 to 12 on our page to score maximum marks in the exam.

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You can download pdf formatted quick revision notes and handwritten notes for physics chapters from our site learnCBSE.in. Physics Notes pdf are available for 6th class to 12th class students in the form of direct links prevailing here for free of cost.

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Chemistry Notes

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Chemistry Notes Free PDF for Quick Revision: The Central Board of Secondary Education has made NCERT Books as a primary source for all CBSE students to learn all the subjects in a precise way. And, students are recommended to follow it strictly while preparing for the exams. But Maths & Science subjects are most important compared to other subjects, so students need to do both hard work and smart work to learn all the basic fundamentals of the subjects. Basically, Chemistry is a study of matter and its reactions. The best way to secure better marks in the chemistry school exam or board exam for CBSE class 6 to 12 students is the revision. For proper revision, one should make their own handwritten notes for Biology.

The principal to perform well in the chemistry board exam is studying in a smart way and in a proper manner apart from mugging up the topics by keeping lots of effort to understand it. In order to help you to move in a smart way, here we are providing the chapter wise Biology Notes for classes 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th CBSE. Students can avail these biology revision notes in pdf format from the below-provided quick links. So, check out the direct links from the further modules and download Biology Short Key Notes Pdf for class 6 to 12.

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Avail important chapter-wise chemistry notes for CBSE Class 6 to Class 12 from this section. These quick revision notes are prepared by subject experts based on the Class 6th to Class 12th Chemistry NCERT books and it helps students in a smart way for revision purposes and preparation of the CBSE Class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Chemistry board exam.

For CBSE 12th Class students, Chemistry Notes is very important as it plays a major role in grasping the strong foundation of the chemistry to choose the right career path for higher studies. Chemistry revision notes pdf chapter-wise for class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 is mentioned below in a direct download links. Click on the particular class link from the available quick links and download chapter-wise chemistry notes pdf for a quick revision & better preparation.

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  • CBSE Chemistry Revision notes for class 6th to 12th are concise and crisp where it covers all the topics of each chapter.
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  1. What is the best way to learn chemistry?

You can learn chemistry using the preparation resources such as Study Materials, books, revision notes, etc. by accessing the quick links available on our page.

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LearnCBSE.in is the site where CBSE students from any class can get all the information about the board exams along with suitable resources for a better understanding of the concepts. Hence, it is the best website for availing CBSE Class 6 to 12 Chemistry Quick Revision Notes.

  1. Where can I get the best chemistry notes for all the chapters of class 12 to class 6?

Chapterwise Chemistry Notes for CBSE Classes 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 are given on this article. Therefore, students can get the best chemistry short keynotes, revision notes, and handwritten notes for class 6 to 12 prepared by chemistry subject teachers from here.

  1. How to Download Chemistry Notes Pdf for free?

Free PDF download of CBSE Class 6 to 12 Chemistry revision notes and short key-notes are available on this page in the direct links, it helps you to score more marks in your exams. So, download chemistry notes from our site i.e., LearnCBSE.in, and revise all important points.

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CBSE Biology Revision Notes for Class 6 to 12 Chapterwise Pdf Free Download

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Biology Quick Revision Notes Pdf for Class 12th to 6th CBSE: Biology is one of the most essential subjects out of the three science subjects. It helps students to know the physiology of all living creatures among other things. Biology subject is very important for Class 11 and 12 students as it acts as a foundation for their science career. So, to ace up your board exam preparation, we have provided up to date biology notes for class 6th to 12th which are prepared after scrutinizing the previous years’ question papers and the latest CBSE syllabus.

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Biology notes preparation is mandatory for the students for the preparation of CBSE class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 exams. The students who have learned the biology subject with the help of NCER books and Biology Notes can score more marks in the board exams as well as competitive exams. You can also make use of these handwritten notes & revision notes of biology for home assignments that are given by subject teachers before the preboard exams.

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CBSE Notes for Class 11 Biology

Unit 1 – Diversity of Living Organism

1. The Living World
2. Biological Classification
3. Plant Kingdom
4. Animal Kingdom

Unit 2 – Structural Organisation ion Plants and Animals

5. Morphology of Flowering Plants
6. Anatomy of Flowering Plants
7. Structural Organisation in Animals

Unit 3 – Cell Structure and Function

8. Cell The Unit of Life
9. Biomolecules
10. Cell Cycle and Cell Division

Unit 4 – Plant Physiology

11. Transport in Plants
12. Mineral Nutrition
13. Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
14. Respiration in Plants
15. Plant Growth and Development

Unit 5 – Human Physiology (A)

16. Digestion and Absorption
17. Breathing and Exchange of Gases
18. Body Fluids and Circulation

Human Physiology (B)

19. Excretory Products and their Elimination
20. Locomotion and Movement
21. Neural Control and Coordination
22. Chemical Coordination and Integration

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PART I

  1. Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisation
  2. Accounting for Partnership: Basic Concepts
  3. Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm — Admission of a Partner
  4. Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm — Retirement/Death of a Partner
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PART II

  1. Accounting for Share Capital
  2. Issue and Redemption of Debentures
  3. Financial Statements of a Company
  4. Analysis of Financial Statements
  5. Accounting Ratios
  6. Cash Flow Statement

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Financial Accounting Part I

  1. Introduction to Accounting
  2. Theory Base of Accounting
  3. Recording of Transactions — I
  4. Recording of Transactions — II
  5. Bank Reconciliation Statement
  6. Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors
  7. Depreciation, Provisions and Reserves
  8. Bills of Exchange

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  1. Financial Statements — I
  2. Financial Statements
  3. Accounts from Incomplete Records
  4. Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisation
  5. Applications of Computers in Accounting
  6. Computerized Accounting System
  7. Structuring Database for Accounting
  8. Accounting System Using Database Management System

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Textbook NCERT
Class Class 10
Subject Maths
Chapter Chapter 6
Chapter Name Triangles
Exercise Ex 6.3
Number of Questions Solved 16
Category NCERT Solutions

NCERT Solutions For Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles Ex 6.3

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles Ex Ex 6.3 are part of Maths Class 10 NCERT Solutions. Here we have given NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles Exercise 6.3

Question 1.
State which pairs of triangles in the given figures are similar. Write the similarity criterion used by you for answering the question and also write the pairs of similar triangles in the symbolic form :
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 20
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 21
Solution:
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 pdf Triangles Ex 6.3 Q1
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 pdf Triangles Ex 6.3 Q1.1

Question 2.
In the given figure, ∆ODC ~ ∆OBA, ∠BOC = 125° and ∠CDO = 70°. Find ∠DOC, ∠DCO and ∠OAB.
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 25Solution:
Ex 6.3 Class 10 Maths NCERT Solutions PDF Q2

Download NCERT Solutions For Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles PDF

Question 3.
Diagonals AC and BD of a trape∠ium ABCD with AB || DC intersect each other at the point O. Using a similarity criterion for two triangles, show that \frac { OA }{ OC } =\frac { OB }{ OD^{ \bullet } }
Solution:
Ex 6.3 Class 10 Maths NCERT Solutions PDF Q3

Question 4.
In the given figure, \frac { QR }{ QS } =\frac { QT }{ PR } and ∠1 = ∠2. show that ∆PQR ~ ∆TQR.
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 29Solution:
Ex 6.3 Class 10 Maths NCERT Solutions PDF Q4

Question 5.
S and T are points on sides PR and QR of ∆PQR such that ∠P = ∠RTS. Show that ∆RPQ ~ ∆RTS.
Solution:
Exercise 6.3 Class 10 Maths NCERT Solutions PDF Q5

Question 6.
In the given figure, if ∆ABE ≅ ∆ACD, show that ∆ADE ~ ∆ABC.
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 33Solution:
Exercise 6.3 Class 10 Maths NCERT Solutions PDF Q6

Question 7.
In the given figure, altitudes AD and CE of ∆ABC intersect each other at the point P. Show that:
(i) ∆AEP ~ ∆CDP
(ii) ∆ABD ~ ∆CBE
(iii) ∆AEP ~ ∆ADB
(iv) ∆PDC ~ ∆BEC
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 35Solution:
Exercise 6.3 Class 10 Maths NCERT Solutions PDF Q7

Question 8.
E is a point on the side AD produced of a parallelogram ABCD and BE intersects CD at F. Show that ∆ABE ~ ∆CFB.
Solution:
Triangles Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q8

Question 9.
In the given figure, ABC and AMP are two right triangles, right angled at B and M respectively. Prove that:
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 38
Solution:
Triangles Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q9

Question 10.
CD and GH are respectively the bisectors of ∠ACB and ∠EGF such that D and H lie on sides AB and FE of ∆ABC and ∆EFG respectively. If ∆ABC ~ ∆FEG, show that
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 40
Solution:
Triangles Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q10
Triangles Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q10.1

Question 11.
In the given figure, E is a point on side CB produced of an isosceles triangle ABC with AB = AC. If AD ⊥ BC and EF ⊥ AC, prove that ∆ABD ~ ∆ECF.
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 43Solution:
Chapter 6 Maths Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q11

Question 12.
Sides AB and BC and median AD of a triangle ABC are respectively proportional to sides PQ and QR and median PM of ∆PQR (see in given figure). Show that ∆ABC ~ ∆bPQR.
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles 45Solution:
Chapter 6 Maths Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q12

Question 13.
D is a point on the side BC of a triangle ABC, such that ∠ADC = ∠BAC. Show that CA² = CB.CD.
Solution:
Chapter 6 Maths Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q13

Question 14.
Sides AB and AC and median AD of a triangle ABC are respectively proportional to sides PQ and PR and median PM of another triangle PQR. Show that ∆ABC ~ ∆PQR.
Solution:
Ch 6 Maths Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q14

Question 15.
A vertical pole of length 6 m casts a shadow 4 m long on the ground and at the same time a tower casts a shadow 28 m long. Find the height of the tower.
Solution:
Ch 6 Maths Class 10 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q15

Question 16.
If AD and PM are medians of triangles ABC and PQR respectively, where
∆ABC ~ ∆PQR. Prove that \frac { AB }{ PQ } =\frac { AD }{ P{ M }^{ \bullet } }
Solution:
Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Ex 6.3 NCERT Solutions PDF Q16

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 6 Triangles Ex 6.3 in Hindi Medium

Q1. बताइए कि आकृति 6.34 में दिए त्रिभुजों के युग्मों में से कौन – कौन से युग्म समरूप हैं | उस समरूपता कसौटी को लिखिए जिसका प्रयोग आपने उत्तर देनें में किया है तथा साथ ही समरूप  त्रिभुजों को सांकेतिक रूप  में व्यक्त कीजिए |

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हल : (i) 

ΔABC तथा ΔPQR में

∠ABC = ∠PQR = 80°

∠BAC = ∠QPR = 60°

∠ACB = ∠PRQ = 40°

∴ AAA समरूपता कसौटी से

ΔABC ~ ΔPQR

हल : (ii) 

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हल : (iii) 

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त्रिभुजों का यह युग्म समरूप नहीं है |

हल : (iv) 

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त्रिभुजों का यह युग्म समरूप नहीं है |

हल : (v) 

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त्रिभुजों का यह युग्म समरूप नहीं है |

हल : (vi) 

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Q2. आकृति 6.35 में, ΔODC ~ ΔOBA, ∠BOC = 125और ∠CDO = 70 है | ∠DOC, ∠DCO और ∠OAB ज्ञात कीजिए |

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हल : ∠DOC + ∠BOC = 180°  (रैखिक युग्म)

⇒ ∠DOC +125o = 180°

⇒ ∠DOC = 180° -125o

⇒ ∠DOC = 55o

अब ΔDOC  में,

∠DOC + ∠CDO + ∠DCO = 180°   (त्रिभुज के तीनों कोणों का योग)

⇒ 55o + 70o + ∠DCO = 180°

⇒ 125o ∠DCO = 180°

⇒ ∠DCO = 180° – 125o

⇒ ∠DCO = 55o

ΔODC ~ ΔOBA (दिया है)

∴ ∠OAB = ∠DCO = 55o

समरूप त्रिभुज के संगत कोण बराबर होते हैं|)

​Q3. समलंब ABCD, जिसमे AB || DC है, के विकर्ण AC और BD परस्पर O पर प्रतिच्छेद करते हैं | दो त्रिभुजों की समरूपता कसौटी का प्रयोग करते हुए,

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Q5. DPQR की भुजाओं PR और QR पर क्रमश: बिंदु S और T इस प्रकार स्थित हैं कि P = RTS है | दर्शाइए कि ΔRPQ ~ ΔRTS  है |

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हल:

दिया है : DPQR की भुजाओं PR और QR पर

क्रमश: बिंदु S और T इस प्रकार स्थित हैं

कि ∠P = ∠RTS है |

सिद्ध करना है : ΔRPQ ~ ΔRTS

प्रमाण : ΔRPQ तथा ΔRTS में,

∠P = ∠RTS   (दिया है )

∠R = ∠R      (उभयनिष्ठ)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

ΔRPQ ~ ΔRTS

Q6. आकृति 6.37 में, यदि ΔABE ≅ ΔACD है, तो दर्शाइए कि ΔADE ~ ΔABC है | 

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Q7. आकृति 6.38 में, DABC के शीर्षलंब AD और CE परस्पर बिंदु P पर प्रतिच्छेद करते हैं तो दर्शाइए कि :  

(i) Δ AEP ~ Δ CDP
(ii) Δ ABD ~ Δ CBE
(iii) Δ AEP ~ Δ ADB
(iv) Δ PDC ~ Δ BEC

हल:

दिया है : DABC के शीर्षलंब AD और CE परस्पर बिंदु P पर प्रतिच्छेद करते हैं |

सिद्ध करना है :

(i) Δ AEP ~ Δ CDP
(ii) Δ ABD ~ Δ CBE
(iii) Δ AEP ~ Δ ADB
(iv) Δ PDC ~ Δ BEC

प्रमाण :

ncert solutions for class 10 maths chapter 6 pdf Ex 6.3 in Hindi Medium

(i)  Δ AEP तथा Δ CDP में,

∠AEP = ∠CDP  (प्रत्येक 90°)

∠APE = ∠CPD  (शीर्षाभिमुख कोण)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ AEP ~ Δ CDP

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(ii) Δ ABD तथा CBE में

∠ADB = ∠CEB  (प्रत्येक 90°)

∠B = ∠B     (उभयनिष्ठ)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ ABD ~ Δ CBE

(iii)  Δ AEP तथा Δ ADB में

∠AEP = ∠ADB  (प्रत्येक 90°)

∠A = ∠A     (उभयनिष्ठ)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ AEP ~ Δ ADB

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(iv) Δ PDC तथा Δ BEC में

∠PDC = ∠BEC  (प्रत्येक 90°)

∠C = ∠C     (उभयनिष्ठ)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ PDC ~ Δ BEC

Q8. समान्तर चतुर्भुज ABCD की बढाई गई भुजा AD पर स्थित E एक बिंदु है तथा BE भुजा CD को F पर प्रतिच्छेद करती है | दर्शाइए कि Δ ABE ~ Δ CFB है | 

हल:

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दिया है : ABCD एक समान्तर चतुर्भुज है जिसकी बढाई गई भुजा AD पर स्थित E एक बिंदु है तथा BE भुजा CD को F पर प्रतिच्छेद करती है |

सिद्ध करना है : Δ ABE ~ Δ CFB

प्रमाण : ABCD एक समान्तर चतुर्भुज है |

∠AEB = ∠CBE  …. (1) एकान्तर कोण

Δ ABE तथा Δ CFB में,

∠AEB = ∠CBE  समी० (1) से

∠A = ∠C  (समांतर चतुर्भुज के सम्मुख कोण)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ ABE ~ Δ CFB

Q9. आकृति 6.39 में, ABC और AMP दो समकोण त्रिभुज है, जिसके कोण B और M समकोण हैं | सिद्ध कीजिए कि :

(i) Δ ABC ~ Δ AMP 

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हल:

दिया है : ABC और AMP दो समकोण त्रिभुज है, जिसके कोण B और M समकोण हैं |

सिद्ध करना है :

(i) Δ ABC ~ Δ AMP

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ncert solutions class 10 maths chapter 6 Ex 6.3 in Hindi Medium Q 15

प्रमाण :

(i)     Δ ABC तथा Δ AMP में

∠ABC = ∠AMP  (प्रत्येक 90°)

∠A = ∠A     (उभयनिष्ठ)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ ABC ~ Δ AMP

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(चूँकि समरूप त्रिभुज के संगत भुजाएँ समानुपाती होतीं हैं |)

Q10. CD और GH क्रमश:  ACB  और  EGF के ऐसे समद्विभाजक हैं कि बिंदु D और H क्रमश: Δ ABC और ΔFEG की भुजाओं AB और FE पर स्थित हैं | यदि Δ ABC ~ΔFEG है, तो दर्शाइए कि : 

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(ii) Δ DCB ~ Δ HGE
(iii) Δ DCA ~ Δ HGF

हल:

दिया है : CD और GH क्रमश: ∠ ACB  और ∠ EGF के ऐसे समद्विभाजक हैं कि बिंदु D और H क्रमश: Δ ABC और ΔFEG की भुजाओं AB और FE पर स्थित हैं और ΔABC ~ ΔFEG है |

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(समरूप त्रिभुज के संगत कोण बराबर होते हैं |)

(i)     Δ ABC तथा Δ AMP में

(ii)  Δ DCB तथा Δ HGE में,

∠B = ∠E  समी० (2) से

∠BCD = ∠EGH  [चूँकि  ½∠C = ½∠G समी० (3) से ]

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ DCB ~ Δ HGE

(iii) Δ DCA तथा Δ HGF में
∠A = ∠F  समी० (1) से

∠ACD = ∠FGH  [चूँकि  ½∠C = ½∠G समी० (3) से ]

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

Δ DCA ~ Δ HGF   Proved

Q11. आकृति 6.40 में, AB = AC वालेएक समद्विबाहु त्रिभुज ABC की बढाई गई भुजा CB पर स्थित एक बिन्दु है यदि AD ⊥ BC और EF ⊥ AC है तो सिद्ध कीजिए कि ΔABD ~ ΔECF है |

हल:

दिया है : AB = AC वाले, एक समद्विबाहु त्रिभुज ABC की बढाई गई भुजा CB पर स्थित E एक बिन्दु है जिसमें AD ⊥ BC और EF ⊥ AC है

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सिद्ध करना है :

ΔABD ~ ΔECF

प्रमाण :

ΔABC में,

AB = AC दिया है;

∴ ∠B = ∠C    ……… (1) (बराबर भुजाओं के सम्मुख कोण ….)

अब, ΔABD तथा ΔECF में

∠ADB = ∠EFC (प्रत्येक 90°)

∠B = ∠C    समी० (1) से

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

ΔABD ~ ΔECF    Proved

Q12एक त्रिभुज ABC कि भुजाएँ AB और BC तथा माध्यिका AD एक अन्य त्रिभुज PQR की क्रमशः भुजाओं PQ और QR तथा माध्यिका PM के समानुपाती हैं (देखिए आकृति 6.41)| दर्शाइए कि ΔABC ~ ΔPQR है 

हल:

दिया है : त्रिभुज ABC कि भुजाएँ AB और BC तथा माध्यिका AD एक अन्य त्रिभुज PQR की क्रमशः भुजाओं PQ और QR तथा माध्यिका PM के समानुपाती हैं |

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सिद्ध करना है :

ΔABC ~ ΔPQR

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(चूँकि माध्यिकाएँ AD तथा PM BC तथा QR को समद्विभाजित करती हैं |)

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Q13. एक त्रिभुज ABC की भुजा BC पर एक बिन्दु D इस प्रकार स्थित है कि ADC = BAC है | दर्शाइए कि CA= CB.CD है |

हल :

दिया है : त्रिभुज ABC की भुजा BC पर एक बिन्दु D इस प्रकार स्थित है कि ∠ADC = ∠BAC है |

NCERT Solutions For Class 10 Maths PDF Free Hindi Medium 6.3 56

सिद्ध करना है : CA= CB.CD

प्रमाण :

अब, ΔADC तथा ΔBAC में

∠ADC = ∠BAC ( दिया है )

∠C = ∠C    (उभयनिष्ठ)

A.A समरूपता कसौटी से

ΔADC ~ ΔBAC

NCERT Book Solutions For Class 10 Maths Hindi Medium 6.3 57(चूँकि समरूप त्रिभुज के संगत भुजाएँ समानुपाती होतीं हैं |)

या   CA= CB.CD  (बाई-क्रॉस गुणा करने पर)

Proved 

Q14. एक त्रिभुज ABC की  भुजाएँ AB और AC तथा माध्यिका AD एक अन्य त्रिभुज की भुजाओं PQ और PR तथा माध्यिका PM के क्रमशः समानुपाती हैं | दर्शाइए कि ΔABC ~ΔPQR है |

NCERT Textbook Solutions For Class 10 Maths Hindi Medium 6.3 58

हल : 

NCERT Books Solutions For Class 10 Maths PDF Hindi Medium 6.3 59

यहाँ माध्यिकाएँ समान अनुपात में हैं इसलिए समान अनुपात की माध्यिकायें जिस भुजा को समद्विभाजित करती है वह भी समानुपाती होता है

Download NCERT Solutions For Class 10 Maths Hindi Medium 6.3 60

Q15. लंबाई 6m वाले एक उध्वार्धर स्तम्भ की भूमि पर छाया की लंबाई 4m हैजबकि उसी समय एक मीनार की छाया की लंबाई 28 m है मीनार की ऊँचाई ज्ञात कीजिए |

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