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Notre dame academy NTPC BARH

1st Summative Assessment 14.09.2016

Class: -VI Time:-2 ½

Sub: - Science Name : ……………………………………………………………………… Roll ………….. Marks: - 90



(I)Choose the most appropriate answer: - (10 M)

(1) Which of these is obtained from plants? (a) Honey (b) curd (c) rice (d) egg.

(2) Which of these provides energy? (a) Vitamins (b) minerals (c) carbohydrates (d) water.

(3) Which of these is not a natural fiber? (a) Leather (b) jute (c) wool (d) cotton.

(4) Which of these is not a matter? (a) Water (b) air (c) sound (d)fruits.

(5) Most of the substances we see around us are:-

(a) Pure elements (b) pure compounds (c) impure elements (d) mixtures.

(6)Which of these is a reversible change?

(a) Melting of ice (b) melting of wax (c) boiling of water (d) burning of wax

(7) Which of these, do all living organism have? (a) Bones (b) muscles (c) cells (d) skin.

(8) The tendrils in a pea plant are a modified (a) Stems (b) leaf (c) root (d) flower.

(9) Which of these is not an organ system? (a) Heart (b) respiratory (c) digestive (d) excretory.



(10) A cockroach breathes through:- (a) Gills (b) lungs (c) nostrils (d) holes in its body.

(II) Fill in the blanks. (10M)

  1. The chemical substances in food that your body needs are called ………………………………………….…………………..

  2. Lack of nutrients leads to ……………………………………………………………………………….…………. diseases.

  3. Soaking the jute plant in water is called …………………………………………………………………………….……..

  4. Silk cloth has ……………………………………………………………………………….which cotton cloth does not.

  5. Changes which cannot be reversed called …………………………………………………….………….. changes.

  6. If one living organism can reproduce with another, they belong to the same…………….…………….

  7. Ferns are ………………….……………………….……… plants.

  8. Grasses are ……………….………………………………………..

  9. Amoeba is ………………………………………… organism.

  10. The place where fats are mainly stored in the body is under the ………………………………………..…..

(III) Match the followings. (10M)

COLUMN A COLUMN B

  1. Blood a) Black soil

  2. Human b) Bone

  3. Cotton c)Luster

  4. Rickets d) Tissues

  5. Silk e)Multi -cellular

  6. Air f) Fungus

  7. Rusting g)Uni-cellular

  8. Yeast h) Fibrous roots

  9. Paramecium i) Chemical changes

  10. Maize j) Transparent

(IV) True or False. (10M)

  1. All living things eat the same kind of food ………………….……….

  2. Meat does not contains roughage ………………….……….

  3. Jute is one of the cheapest natural fibers ………………….……….

  4. All liquids are miscible with water ………………….……….

  5. Solubility of most solids in water increases with rise in temperature ………………….……….

  6. Every change has a cause ………………….……….

  7. All living things move and all non-living things do not move ………………….……….

  8. Transpiration helps the plant absorb minerals from the soil ………………….……….

  9. A child has more bones than an adult ………………….……….

  10. Muscles move the bones by pulling and pushing them ………………….……….

(V) Answer the following in one word. (10M)

  1. Name one stem that has food stored in it. …………………………………….

  2. Which mineral is vital for bones and teeth? …………………………………….

  3. Name one fiber that is smooth. …………………………………….

  4. Disease caused due to deficiency of vitamin A. …………………………………….

  5. Total number of bones in an adult human. …………………………………….

  6. What is longest bone of our body? …………………………………….

  7. Soft portion inside the bone where blood cells are made. …………………………………….

  8. Name one fiber that is shiny. …………………………………….

  9. Name the type of root present in turnip. …………………………………….

  10. After fertilization ovules changes into what? …………………………………….

(VI) Differentiate between the following: - (2 differences each) (8M)

  1. Creepers and climbers. 3. Autotrophs and heterotrophs.

  2. Transparent and translucent. 4. Shrubs and herbs.

(VII) Define the following:- (6M)

  1. Reversible change 3. Irreversible change 5. Food chain

  2. Loading 4. Cells 6. Stomata

(VIII) Give reasons: -any three. (6M)

  1. Growth is increase in size. Is this a physical or a chemical change? Give reasons.

  2. Is a small mango plant herb? Give reasons.

  3. A car eats fuel, breathes air, and excretes smoke and moves from place to place then why is it not considered to be living. Give reasons.

  4. The incidence of goiter among the people living in the Himalayan region was quite high. Give reasons.

(IX) Answer the following questions:- (6M)

  1. Which method will you use to separate the following mixtures:-

(a)Water and Sugar (b) Sand and Water (c) Sand and Salt.

2. What is matter? Give one example of things that are matter and one that is not.



(X) Value based question (10M)

A teacher organized a trip to the zoo after suitably briefing the students. The students were encouraged to make

observation in their notebook .Answer the following questions based on their observation.


  1. Name two reptiles that you observed.

  2. Name two carnivores (cat family) that you saw.

  3. Name the primary producer in zoo. Where it is placed in food chain.

  4. Write the values displayed from zoo trip e) Draw food chain using grasses, zebra and lion.

(XI) Draw a well labelled diagram of flower. (4M)

Notre Dame Academy NTPC, Barh

1st Summative Assessment 15.09.2016

Class : VI ……… Marks : 80

Subject : Computer Name…………………………… Roll…………………. Time : 2 hrs.

1. Fill in blanks with help of words given below. 10

a) …………………………….……… represent all the physical units of a computer system.

b) ……………………….………… is a non-volatile memory.

c) ………………………..……… utility assists in reducing the size of the files to save disk space.

d) When power supply is switched OFF or interrupted, the stored information in the RAM is

………………………………………………… .

e) The devices used to enter data and instruction into the computer in the form of text, numbers, graphics, sound, pictures etc. are called ………………………………………….………… .

f) ……………………………………….……… interacts between the user and the machine.

g) Windows operating system is a ………………………………………………… software.

h) ……………………………… allows two or more users to run programs at the same time.

i) …………………………………………..…… option logs you out of your account.

j) The notification area, formally called the ………………………………….……… .



2. Write “ True” or “False” . 10

a) Algorithm can easily be converted into flow charts. …………………………………

b) To indicate the end of a program, rectangle box is used. …………………………………

c) Flow chart is a diagram that consists of different boxes. …………………………………

d) The different boxes used in a flow chart have different functions. …………………………………

e) Algorithms help in detecting and eliminating page layout group. …………………………………

f) Spelling and Grammar are present in page layout group. …………………………………

g) Tab option is available in page layout menu. …………………………………

h) Ms Word counts the number of words while you type. …………………………………

i) The Thesaurus provides the antonyms only for the words given in the document. ……………….

j) By default tab stops at 0.5 inch interval from left margin. …………………………………

3. Match the following. 5

A B

Start / Stop box Represented by circle

Processing box Represented by diamond shape

Decision box Represented by parallelogram

Input/ Output box Represented by rectangle

Connector Known as terminator box.

4. What is do you understand by Software? 2

5. What is Disk Formatting Utility? 2

6. What do you mean by Notification Area? 5

7. What is Footnote and Endnote? 5

8. Explain different types of change case. 10

9. What is Mail Merge? Write the steps involved in mail merge. 15


10. Choose the correct one. 16

1. Which of the following stores information temporarily or permanently according to our requirement?

a) ALU b) Control Unit c) Memory Unit d) Input device

2. Which of the following is an example of volatile memory?

a) ROM b) PROM c) EPROM d) RAM

3. Which of the following is an example of specific purpose application software?

a) Spreadsheet Software b) Word Processing Software

c) Accounting Software d) Entertainment Software

4. Which of the following is a representation of a solution to a problem?

a) Algorithm b) Flow chart c) Operation d) Method

5. Always begin an algorithm with -

a) Start b) Line c) Arrow d) Connector

6. Which of the following box is represented by Parallelogram?

a) Processing b) Input / Output c) Decision d) Start / Stop

7. Which of the following is used to increase or decrease the white space between the lines of paragraph?

a) Line spacing b) Indent c) Drop Cap d) Lower Case

8. Which of the following is used to decorate the first letter of the paragraph?

a) Font b) Drop Cap c) Sentence Case d) Change Case

9. The complete single horizontal row gives the complete information is called ………. .

a) Field b) Record c) Database d) Date Source

10. Which of the following is used to move the right edge of the paragraph inward towards the center of the paragraph?

a) Left indentation b) Right indentation c) Hanging indentation d) First line indentation

11. Drop Cap option is available in ………….

a) File tab b) Insert tab c) Home tab d) Title bar

12. Decimal point is aligned at tab stop with -

a) left tab b) decimal tab c) right tab d) center tab

13. The default desktop background is called -

a) Harmony b) Stretch c) Landscapes d) Nature

14. Which of the following refers to the favourites bar folder that appears in Internet explorer?

a) Links item b) Copy option c) Real time d) None

15. Which of the following is known as the system unit?

a) CPU b) ALU c) MU d) CU

16. Which of the following is an example of Permanent memory?

a) HDD b) RAM c) PROM d) EPROM

Notre Dame Academy NTPC, Barh

1st Summative Assessment 21.09.2015

Class : VI …… Marks : 90

Subject : English Name …………………………………………Roll …………….. Time: 21/2 hrs.



SECTION – A [READING] (20 Marks)

1. Read the following passage and answer the questions: (2x5)
A lemming, a very unusual animal found in very cold parts of the world, is not a very handsome animal. It is small, and looks rather like a rat. But the lemmings have one strange habit which makes them very different from rats or for that matter any other animal.
Once in every few years, the lemmings leave their home in the mountains and start travelling. They cross fields and woods, and they swim across streams and rivers, until, after several months of travelling they reach the sea. The sea however does not make them stop. They jump in and start swimming, and they keep swimming until at last they are so tired that they have to stop swimming. And then, of course, they drown. Hundreds and thousands of lemmings drown in this fashion. Some people say that they commit suicide.
Scientists believe that the lemmings start moving when there population increases so much that there isn’t enough food for all of them. They move in search of new places to live in, where they can find food. When they reach the sea, they jump in and start swimming because they think it is only another river to cross! And then, of course, they find that this ‘river’ is much bigger than any of the others they have crossed before. They get tired and stop swimming, and drown.

(a) Where are lemmings found?


(b) What do lemmings do every few years?
(c) What is the reason due to which lemmings leave their homes?
(d) Why do they jump into the sea?
(e) Which word in para 3 means same as “sufficient”?
2. Read the poem answer the following questions: (2x5)




Piping down the valleys wild,
Piping songs of pleasant glee,
On a cloud I saw a child,
And he laughing said to me:
“pipe a song about a lamb!”
So I piped with merry cheer.
‘Drop the pipe, thy happy pipe;
Sing the songs of happy cheer;
So I sang the same again,
while he wept with joy to hear,
Piper, sit tee down and write
In a book that all may read.

(a) Where does the poet see a child? (b) Where was the poet piping the song?
(c) What did the poet sing? (d) What did the child ask the poet to do?
(e) Find a word from the poem that means “put down.”

SECTION – B [WRITING] (20 MARKS)

3. Complete the following story that begins with the line : ‘Alas! My foot landed in water early morning that day, when I got up from the bed.’ The people could be heard screaming at a distance and then I… [180-200 words] (5)


4.Write a letter to the editor of a local daily(newspaper) informing him about the problem of water logging in your area to raise the issue on state-level. Also, mention the efforts you made so far and suggest some measures for its prevention. [100-120 words] (6)
5.Today is your birthday. Write a diary entry on how you want to spend the day. (4)
6. Write an article on the topic- ‘Flood in Barh’. (180-200 words) (5)
SECTION – C [GRAMMAR] (20 MARKS)
7. Write questions beginning with- Do, Does Or Did for these answers: (4)
(a) Yes, my father reads ‘The Times of India’.
(b) No, I do not like to read film magazines.
(c) Yes, we love to play tennis and hockey.
(d) No, my grandmother does not write stories.
8. Make nouns from the words given below: (1/2x4=2)
(a) Recognize (b) Terrorise (c) Deep (d) Fail
9. Write the collective nouns for the following words : (1/2x4=2)
for e.g.: singers- choir.
(a) Files (b) Stars (c) Lions (d) soldiers
10.Fill in the blanks with appropriate articles: (4)
India has___ancient heritage. ___ people of India celebrate many festivals.___ chief festival of Tamilians is Pongal.Pongal is___harvest festival .___rice pudding is ___offering to___Sun god and other deities.There is excitement in___air.
11.Edit this story.Underline the incorrect pronouns and write the correct pronouns: (1/2x8=4)
(a) Long ago, there was an old man himself sons were ___________
(b) very lazy.He took they to his field ___________
(c) who had not been sown for a long time.He told his sons ___________
(d) that his ancestors,which belonged to the royal family,
had buried their treasure in the field. ___________
(e) The sons asked their father how they could get the treasure ___________
(f) The father replied that they only had to dig up the field
in whom lay the treasure. ___________
(g) The three sons dug up the field in three days.
Them were disappointed. ___________
(h) Because the treasure that they themselves were looking for
was nowhere to be found. ___________
At night father quietly went out into the fields and sowed the seeds.A week later,the entire field was covered with green saplings.
12. Write the following verbs into adjective forms: (1/2x4=2)
(a) Possess (b) Sense (c) Select (d) Please

13. Write the comparative and superlative forms of these adjectives: (1/2x4=2)
(a) Hopeful (b) Boring (c) Merry (d) Foolish
SECTION – D [LITERATURE] [30 MARKS]

LITERATURE READER:

14. 'She is quite common,you know.' (a) Who is the speaker here? Who is 'she'? (b) How did she get her name? [3]

15. Describe the things that the speaker sees from atop the cherry tree? Who is 'I' in this poem- an adult or a child ? How do you know? [3]

16. Who had proposed the idea of being 'bandits'? What other ideas were proposed to help the family? What were the values shown by Dora as an elder sister? [4]

17. Write your feelings about the little girl in the poem 'The Painted Ceiling'. If you were in her situation,what would you have done and why? [5]

MAIN COURSE BOOK :

18.'' I have never come across such beautiful words in the books I have read''- (a) Who wrote these words in the essay? (b) Why did he/she write these words? [3]

19.What do you think of Nisha and Anamika ? Describe each as a 'friend' and a 'person'. [3]

20. Compare the qualities of a teacher with that of the various seasons as in the poem ''A Teacher for all Seasons'' and write them in your own words. [4]

21.What is the total distance run in a Marathon race? Which Indian Marathon runner has the record to complete the full marathon race even at the age of 100 years? How did the Marathon start? What were the values shown by the messenger of Athens and how did he help his city? [5]

Notre Dame Academy NTPC, Barh

1st summative assessment 2016, 19.09.2016

Class: VI Mark: 50

Subject: EVS Name ………………………………..………. Roll No ……………..………. Time 1 ½

1. Choose the correct option. 5


  1. Plants are (a) Consumers (b) Producers (c) decomposers (d)saprophytes

  2. Decomposed plant and animal matter in the soil is called

  1. Humus (b)humongous (c) clay (d) loam

  1. LPG or cooking gas is derived from (a) Coal (b) petrol (c) natural gas (d) petroleum

  2. The remains of plants and animals preserved between rocks are called

  1. Fossil fuels (b) fossils (c) humus (d) organic matter

  1. Fungi and bacteria are (a) Producers (b) consumers (c) scavengers (d) decomposers

2. Fill in the blanks. 5

  1. Crops grown to feed farm animals are called …………………………………………..…………………………………….…………..

  2. Minerals from which we can extract useful substances are called ……………………………….……………………………..

  3. The hard layer of rocks above which soil forms is called …………………………………………………………………….…………

  4. A machine that works with the help of the pressure of compressed air is called………………..……………….………..

  5. A sequence of organisms linked through the process of eating and being eaten is called a ………..………………..

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Notre Dame Academy NTPC, Barh

1st summative assessment 2016, 19.09.2016

Class: VI Mark: 50

Subject: EVS Name ………………………………..………. Roll No ……………..………. Time 1 ½



1. Choose the correct option. 5

  1. Plants are (a) Consumers (b) Producers (c) decomposers (d)saprophytes

  2. Decomposed plant and animal matter in the soil is called

  1. Humus (b)humongous (c) clay (d) loam

  1. LPG or cooking gas is derived from (a) Coal (b) petrol (c) natural gas (d) petroleum

  2. The remains of plants and animals preserved between rocks are called

  1. Fossil fuels (b) fossils (c) humus (d) organic matter

  1. Fungi and bacteria are (a) Producers (b) consumers (c) scavengers (d) decomposers

2. Fill in the blanks. 5

  1. Crops grown to feed farm animals are called …………………………………………..…………………………………….…………..

  2. Minerals from which we can extract useful substances are called ……………………………….……………………………..

  3. The hard layer of rocks above which soil forms is called …………………………………………………………………….…………

  4. A machine that works with the help of the pressure of compressed air is called………………..……………….………..

  5. A sequence of organisms linked through the process of eating and being eaten is called a ………..………………..


3. State whether the given statement is ‘true’ or’ false’. 5

  1. Forest provides shelter and food to all living organisms ………………………

  2. Petroleum is processed in natural gas ………………………

  3. All the food we need comes from plant and animals ………………………

  4. Sunlight, Coal and petroleum are also natural gas ………………………

  5. Life without sunlight is possible. ………………………

4. Write short answer. 20

i. What do you understand by the term of environment’? ii. What is autotrophy?

iii. What is a food chain? iv. Name two fibers we obtain from animals?

v. Name two medicine we get from microorganisms? vi. What are natural resources? Name three.

vii. In what ways is soil useful to us? viii. What are minerals?

ix. What are nocturnal animals? x. What is hibernation? Name one animal which hibernates.


5. Explain briefly. 15

i. How is air necessary for life? ii. What do you understand by the water cycle?

iii. How are forests helpful? iv. What constitutes our social environment?

v. How is the sun our primary source of energy?


………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….




3. State whether the given statement is ‘true’ or’ false’. 5

  1. Forest provides shelter and food to all living organisms ………………………

  2. Petroleum is processed in natural gas ………………………

  3. All the food we need comes from plant and animals ………………………

  4. Sunlight, Coal and petroleum are also natural gas ………………………

  5. Life without sunlight is possible. ………………………

4. Write short answer. 20

i. What do you understand by the term of environment’? ii. What is autotrophy?

iii. What is a food chain? iv. Name two fibers we obtain from animals?

v. Name two medicine we get from microorganisms? vi. What are natural resources? Name three.

vii. In what ways is soil useful to us? viii. What are minerals?

ix. What are nocturnal animals? x. What is hibernation? Name one animal which hibernates.


5. Explain briefly . 15

i. How is air necessary for life? ii. What do you understand by the water cycle?

iii. How are forests helpful? iv. What constitutes our social environment?

v. How is the sun our primary source of energy?

Notre Dame Academy NTPC, Barh

1st Summative Assessment 23.09.2016

Class : VI……… Marks : 50

Subject : G.K Name…………………………………. Roll………………..Time : 1 hrs.




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