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Tick the odd one out (a) Aki Narula b) Anshu Arora Sen (c) Sabyasachi d) Anamika Khurana (NIFT-UG)0 AnswerTick the odd one out (a) Hue (b) Form (c) Shape (d) Colour (NIFT-UG) 0 AnswerTick the odd one out (a) Silk (b) matka (c) noil (d) jute (NIFT-UG) 0 AnswerKeeping the Sudha Goel case in mind, tick the sentences that are true and correct the ones that are false. - CBSE class 8 civics 1 AnswerTick True/False against the following statements. cbse-class8-chemistry-20151 AnswerTick the correct answer cbse-class8-chemistry-20151 AnswerTick the correct answers. (a) The movement of the earth around the sun is known as (i) Rotation (ii) Revolution (iii) Inclination (b) Direct rays of the sun fall on the equator on (i) 21 March (ii) 21 June (iii) 22 December (c) Christmas is celebrated in summer in (i) Japan (ii) India (iii) Australia (d) Cycle of the seasons is caused due to (i) Rotation (ii) Revolution (iii) Gravitation (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerThe number of NIFT centers in India equals: (NIFT UG)0 AnswerTick the correct answers. (a) Maps showing distribution of forests are (i) Physical map (ii) Thematic Map (iii) Political map (b) The blue colour is used for showing (i) Water bodies (ii) Mountains (iii) Plains (c) A compass is used – (i) To show symbols (ii) To find the main direction (iii) To measure distance (d) A scale is necessary (i) For a map (ii) For a sketch (iii) For symbols (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerWhich is the first Design School in India? (NIFT UG)1 AnswerIn the following statements, tick T against those which are true, and F against those which are false cbse-class8-physics-20151 AnswerTick the correct answers. (a) The mountains differ from the hills in terms of (i) elevation (ii) slope (iii) aspect (b) Glaciers are found in (i) the mountains (ii) the plains (iii) the plateaus (c) The Deccan Plateau is located in (i) Kenya (ii) Australia (iii) India (d) The river Yangtze flows in (i) South America (ii) Australia (iii) China (e) An important mountain range of Europe is (i) the Andes (ii) the Alps (iii) the Rockies (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerTick the correct answers. (a) The value of the prime meridian is (i) 90° (ii) 0° (iii) 60° (b) The frigid zone lies near (i) the Poles (ii) the Equator (iii) the Tropic of Cancer (c) The total number of longitudes are (i) 360 (ii) 180 (iii) 90 (d) The Antarctic circle is located in (i) the Northern hemisphere (ii) the Southern hemisphere (iii) the Eastern hemisphere (e) Grid is a network of (i) parallels of latitudes and merdians of longitudes (ii) the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn (iii) the North Pole and the South Pole CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 Answer Tick the correct answers. (a) The mountain range that separates Europe from Asia is (i) the Andes (ii) the Himalayas (iii) the Urals (b) The continent of North America is linked to South America by (i) an Isthmus (ii) a Strait (iii) a Canal (c) The major constituent of atmosphere by percent is (i) Nitrogen (ii) Oxygen (iii) Carbon dioxide (d) The domain of the earth consisting of solid rocks is (i) the Atmosphere (ii) the Hydrosphere (iii) the Lithosphere (e) Which is the largest continent? (i) Africa (ii) Asia (iii) Australia (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6) 1 AnswerTick the correct answer. (a) The planet known as the “Earth’s Twin” is (i) Jupiter (ii) Saturn (iii) Venus (b) Which is the third nearest planet to the sun ? (i) Venus (ii) Earth (iii) Mercury (c) All the planets move around the sun in a (i) Circular path (ii) Rectangular path (iii) Elongated path (d) The Pole Star indicates the direction to the (i) South (ii) North (iii) East(e) Asteroids are found between the orbits of (i) Saturn and Jupiter (ii) Mars and Jupiter (iii) The Earth and Mars (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerLIFW is organised by (a) FDCI (b) EPCH (c) CII (d) NIFT (NIFT-UG)0 AnswerTick the correct answers. (a) The southernmost Himalayas are known as (i) Shiwaliks (ii) Himadri (iii) Himachal (b) Sahyadris is also known as (i) Aravali (ii) Western Ghats (iii) Himadri (c) The Palk Strait lies between the countries (i) Sri Lanka and Maldives (ii) India and Sri Lanka (iii) India and Maldives (d) The Indian islands in the Arabian Sea are known as (i) Andaman and Nicobar Islands (ii) Lakshadweep Islands (iii) Maldives (e) The oldest mountain range in India is the (i) Aravali hills (ii) Western ghats (iii) Himalayas (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)2 Answer Tick the correct answers. (a) The world’s highest rainfall occurs in (i) Mumbai (ii) Asansol (iii) Mawsynram (b) Mangrove forests can thrive in (i) saline water (ii) fresh water (iii) polluted water (c) Mahogany and rosewood trees are found in (i) mangrove forests (ii) tropical deciduous forests (iii) tropical evergreen forests (d) Wild goats and snow leopards are found in (i) Himalayan region (ii) Peninsular region (iii) Gir forests (e) During the south west monsoon period, the moisture laden winds blow from (i) land to sea (ii) sea to land (iii) plateau to plains (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerIf A: B is 4:7 and B: C is 9:5 then A: B: C will be, (a) 36:58:25 (b) 36:63:35 (c) 26:63:35 (d) 36:63:25 (NIFT)1 AnswerSolve 64-28(8-9)-39 = x. (NIFT)1 Answer