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ASSIGNMENT FOR CLASS VI


SUBJECT: MIZO
I. Zawhnate hi chhang rawh.   
1. Midangte ngaihdan I thlir dan tur engtin nge?
2. Engtin nge Tripura tan rawngbawltu ilo nih ang?
3. Gandhi-a pian ni sawi la, a thih ni sawi bawk rawh.
4. Huan thlai chin thin hming anga han sawi teh.
5. Naupang tha nih theihna turin nuten engtin nge min zirtir?
6. Eng thil nge Vankhaman, “Uar zel ta’ng e” a tih?
II. A karawl dah khat rawh.   
1. Gandhi-a hi __________ a nih angin vawi tam tak tannin a khung a ni a.
2. _______ rorelna tihnualtu nih ka tum ngai lo ang.
3. Ka thil tihna reng rengah ______ taka thil tih ka tum tur a ni.
4. _______lamah India sumdawng Dada Abdulla hnuaia thawk turin a liam thla a.
5. Hmasawna a awm theih nan ______ hi a pawimawh em em a.
6. A _____ chu silaiin kahhlum a ni.
III. ‘Nu Hmangaihna Lawmawm’ tih hlakha ziak rawh.            
IV. A hnuaia zawhnate hi chhang rawh.  
1. Eng thil nge he hla phuahtuin tluktu reng a awm loving a tih?
2. Mualphova kan awm lohna turin eng nge min dil sak thin?
3. Boruak thinghlim nan eng thil nge I tih ang?
4. Gandhi-a hming pum sawi la, “ Mahatma” awmzia sawi bawk rawh?
5. Tute nge I zirlaibuin mi zahawm a tithe kha?
V. Part of speech pariat te hming sawi rawh. 
VI. A inmil thai zawm rawh.                                      
1. Leh                                  Adverb
2. Amah                                 Conjunction
3. Mah mah                              Verb
4. Nalh                                 Pronoun
5. Ngaithla                             Adjective
VII. Thu har hrilhfiah         
1. Sumtual    2. Chengker    3. Kutkawih    4. Chereu    5. Palzutna

Subject: English 1
Letters:
1. Write a letter to the Class Teacher of your school requesting him/her to grant you leave as you are suffering from fever.
2. Write a letter to your friend telling him how you celebrated your last birthday.
Essays:
1. Television    2. My first day at School    3. The season I like most.

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Mrs. V.L Tluangi: 9862016896

SUBJECT: HINDI
LESSON 1 & 2 [ All Broad questions]

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Mrs. Ramrati Singh: 8974456394

Subject: HISTORY

1. CHAPTER 1 : Page 3-29
Ex I - All
Ex II - All
Ex III - All
Ex IV - All
Ex V - All
Ex VI - All  Short Answer questions [ Q No 1,2,4,7,8,9,10,11,12,14,15]
Ex VII - All Long Answer questions [Q No 1,3,4,5,7]
2. CHAPTER 2:  Page 30-39
Ex I - All
Ex II - All
Ex III - All
Ex IV - All
Ex V - All
Ex VI - All  Short Answer questions [ Q No 1,2,3,4,7,8,9,11]
Ex VII - All Long Answer questions [Q No 1,2,3,4]
3.Important Terms all for both chapter 1 & 2

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Ms. Hmanghaikimi: 8416002145

SUBJECT: COMPUTER
Chapter 1: All Exercise (Page 13 – 14)
Chapter 2: Exercise A, B, C, E, F (Page 22 – 23)

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Mr. Niranjan Deka - 9774814182
Mr. John Darlong - 9383375731

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
Guide lines :
• Write/ Use any Small copy
• Students  should attempt minimum 50 QUESTIONS OR MORE COVERING ALL THE CHAPTERS
• Write your Name, Class ,Section Subject on the cover

EX 3.1 Q4 a,b,c,d
EX 3.2 Q3 a,b,c,d Q8 a, b Q9 a, b Q12 a, b Q13 a,b,c,d
EX 3.4 Q5 a,d,g,l Q6 a,b Q7 a,c,e
EX 3.5 Q2 a,c,d,g Q3 a,d,g Q4 a,b Q10a .b Q11 a,b
EX 4.1 Q2,3,4,5,8,9,10
EX 4.2 Q11,12
EX 4.3 Using Test for Divisibility of Numbers show how will you divide
a) 5437024  by 8        b) 5716 by 4        c) 9729 by 9
d) 9090818 by 11        e) 33614 by 7
EX 4.8
Q 1  a,c,o by prime factorisation method
Q 1 b,e by common division method
Q 1 g,m division method
Q2. a,c, by prime factorisation method
Q2. d,g,, by common division method
Q3 i,Q 4,Q6,Q7,Q12
Ex 4.9 Q 1-6
EX 8.1 Q1.a,d,e,h Q2.a,d,e,h,j,l Q 7,9,11,12,13,14,18,19,20
EX 8.2 Q2.a,b,d,f Q 3 a,d ,4a,5a,f 6a,f Q8,9,11,13,15
EX 11 .1 Q2
EX 11 .2 Q2
EX 11.3 Q1
EX 11.4 Q1a,c,e Q2 a,d Q3a,4a,5a
EX 13.1 Learn all definition Q 5, Q7
EX 13 .2 Learn name of pentagon with their number of sides and diagram
EX 13 .3 Q2,Q3
EX 13 .4 Q1,Q2,Q5 a, c Q6 a, c
EX 14.3 Q1, Q2, Q6, Q7
EX 15.1 Q1 a,b Q2,Q3,Q4
EX 15.2 Q1 Q3,Q5
EX 15.3 Q1 Q2
EX 17.1 Q1 a,c Q2 a,d
EX 17.2 Q1 Q2 Q3,Q7, Q8, Q10, Q11, Q12, Q13, Q15

For further queries and help kind contact the following teacher:
Mr. N. B. Molsom: 6009139501

SUBJECT: BIOLOGY
Guide lines:
• Write/ Use any Small copy
• Students  should attempt QUESTIONS as directed 
• Give diagram / figure where it is needed
• Write your Name, Class ,Section Subject on the cover
Chapter one (Write any 5 from 1-9)
1. What is Biology?
2. Write down the characteristics of life
3. What is unicellular organism? Give two examples
4. What is multicellular organism? Give two examples.
5. Sate or give example to show plant response to stimuli.
6. Give two ways how animal reproduce.
7. State differences between:   a) living and non-living organism            b)Living and dead
8. Define: Cell, Respiration , Excretion, sensitivibility, locomotion, reproduction, life span, life cycle
9. Give biological term for the phrases
a. Science of life-Biology            b. Building blocks of life-Cell
c. Change in size and shape-Growth        d. Self feeders-Autotrophs
e. Other feeders-Heterotrophs            f.Release of energy-Respiration
10. Fill up ,choose the correct option, true/False  Page 5
Chapter two (Write Any 5 from Q1-6)
1. Name the instrument to study cell
2. Draw a typical cell Pg-8 (c) and (d)
3. Explain with diagram the basic parts of a cell.
4. What is cell organelle?
5. Explain the cellular parts or organelles with three (3) features
Cell membrane, cell wall, nucleus and its parts, mitochondria, plastids and its parts, vacuoles
6. What is cell division? Give its importance.
a. Difference between a plant cell and animal cell
7. Fill up , choose the correct option, true/False ,Match the following  Page 11-12
Chapter three (Write Any 15 from Q 1-25)
1. Name two parts of a flowering plant.
2. Name the types of roots
3. What is a tap root?
4. What is a fibrous root?
5. State functions of roots.
6. What are the parts of a stem?
7. Give the functions of stem.
8. Draw a typical leaf and label its parts.
9. What is venation? Name its kinds. State 2 differences between them.
10. Define with examples a) Simple leaf  b) Compound leaf
11. What are the different arrangements of leaf?
12. Give the functions/ importance of leaves.
13. Write three modifications in leaves with their purposes and functions.
14. Name two plants that propagate through leaves
15. Draw and explain the whorls of a complete flower pg-20
16. Define unisexual flower, bisexual flower, complete flower and incomplete flower.
17. What is pollination? Name its types.
18. What is fertilization?
19. Define fruit. Describe its parts.Pg-23
20. State example of Fleshy fruit, Dry fruits ,False fruits, True fruits
21. What is seed dispersal? Why is it important?
22. Draw a structure of monocot and dicot seeds.
23. Which part of a seed develops to roots and shoots?
24. Which part of a flower develops to fruit and seeds?
25. What is germination? What are the conditions necessary for it.
26. Fill up , choose the correct option, true/False ,Match the following  Page 27

For further queries and help kind contact the following teacher:
Mr. N. B. Molsom: 6009139501

Subject: English Literature (English II)
Chapter 1
Pg..19... Reference to context....2, 3..
Pg...19...Read reflect and write ....4,5,6...
Pg...21...Ex..2...use suffixes...
Pg...23...Ex..4...Match ...
Summer Sun ...
Pg..27...Ex...1...a,b,c ..

Chapter 2
Pg....36... Reference to context...2,3,4..
Pg...36...Read, reflect and write...5,6,7..
Pg...37...Ex...1...Replace the underlined words ....
Pg...39...Ex..1...Insert a,an or the ...

Chapter 3
Pg...47... Reference to context...2,3..
Pg...47...Read, reflect and write ...4,5,6..
Pg....48...Ex...2...Match ...
Pg...50...Ex...2.. Complete the sentence prompts ..
Pg...51....Ex..3... Complete the sentence....
Pg...52....Ex...1.....Insert hyphens...

For further queries and help kind contact the following teachers:
Mrs. Mridula Debbarma: 9774137683

Subject: Physics
Chapter 1:  All Exercise and Review your learning
Page: 9, 11 (All the questions)
Chapter 2: All Exercise and Review your learning
Page 35: Short and Precise
Page 36: All the questions
Page 38: All the questions
For further queries or help kindly watsapp at the following numbers:
For Physics
Mr. Srijan Saha.            WhatsApp no:7005442919

Mr. Monoj Debnath.     WhatsApp no: 9089139021
Ms. Priyanka Debnath.  WhatsApp no: 8974813741


Subject: Chemistry

TICK THE MOST APPROPRIATE ANSWER :
1. Chemistry is a topic, which is :
a) Theoretical    (b)Practical     (c) Totally theoretical     (d) None of these
 2 A hypothesis can be regarded as:
(a)Theory         (b) An absurd idea            (c) A tentative suggestion         (d) Practical work
3. CQ, gas tums blue litmus paper:
(a) Blue         (c) Red    (b) Green         (d) Colourless
4. Chemistry deals with:
(a)Composition and properties of substances        (b) Plants     (c) Animal life   (d) None of these
5. Apparatus used for measuring large volume is :
(a) Beaker     (b) Burette          (c) Pipette     (d) Graduated cylinder.

B. FILL IN THE BLANKS :
1. The word 'scientia' means……………………….
2. The fuel used in Bunsen burner is in the form of a………………….
3. The hypothesis which is universally accepted is termed as……………
4. Scientific methods involve…………………….to solve a problem.
5. The mortar and pestle are made of …………………

C. WRITE TRUE OR FALSE FOR EACH STATEMENT. REWRITE THE FALSE STATEMENTS CORRECTLY:

1. Organic chemistry is the study of organic compounds………….
2. Life sciences and earth sciences are jointly referred as natural sciences………………..
3. Bunsen burner is used for cooking…………..
4. Observations are not important in chemistry…………….
5. Wire gauze ensures uniform distribution of heat……………..

D. FIND THE ODD ONE OUT GIVING REASON
1. Burette, flask, spirit lamp, graduated cylinder.
2. Carbondioxide, Penicillin, tetracycline, ciprofloxacin.
3. Aim, examination, diagram, observations.
4. Bunsen burner, spirit lamp, flame, glass rod.
5. Chemistry, chemicals, physics, composition.
   
E. MATCH THE COLUMNS :
Column A                                    Column B
1. Chemistry                                 (a) Flame
2 Bunsen burner                            (b) Measuring cylinder
3. Test tube is made-up of             (c) Evaporating liquids
4. Definite volume is measured in   (d) Practical subject
5 Porcelain dish is used for            (e) Soft glass
   
F. GIVE REASONS FOR THE FOLLOWING
1. Practicals are very important in chemistry
2. Chemistry is essential for human life.
3. Dishes used for evaporating substances are made of porcelain.
4. Test tubes are made of glass.

G. DEFINE THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
1. Science        2. Hypothesis    3. Scientific method        4. Mortar and Pestle     5. Bunsen burner.

H. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS :
1. What is the need of chemistry?
2. Why do we use wire gauze, when a glass apparatus is heated ?
3. Give differences between hard glass tube and test tube.
4. Write a short note on (a) funnel (b) gas jar.

A. TICK THE MOST APPROPRIATE ANSWER :
1. Molecules are tightly packed in
(a) Solids        (b) Liquid        (c) Gases        (d) None of these
2 Which of the following is an example of man-made material:
(a) Wood        (b) Fruits        (c) Nylon        (d) Herb
3. Intermolecular spaces are maximum in
(a) Solids        (b) Liquids    (c) Gases        (d) Non-metals.
4. The change of state from solid to liquid is known as
(a) Fusion            (b) Vaporisation    (c) Solidification        (d) Sublimation
5. Maximum kinetic energy is possessed by:
(a) Solids        (b) Liquids    (c) Gases        (d) Gel
6. The agent which results in weakening the intermolecular forces of attraction is
 (a) Heat         (b) Air    (c) Water        (d) None of these
7. The smallest particle which makes up the matter is
(a) Atom        (b) Molecule    (c) Element        (d) Compound
8. Which one of these is capable of sublimating
(a) Camphor        (b) Milk    (c) Sodium            (d) Calcium

B. FILL IN THE BLANKS
1. The three states of matter are…………., …………….and …………….
2. When a gan is cooled its molecules………………….. energy.
3. Molecules are compactly arranged in…………………
4. The position of molecules in a solid is………………….
5. Molecules move freely in all directions……………….
6. Air has…………….. and occupies…………
7. Intermolecular forces of attraction are least in…………….

C. WRITE TRUE OR FALSE FOR EACH STATEMENT REWRITE THE FALSE STATEMENTS CORRECTLY :
1. Gas molecules move freely in all directions
2 Weight can be measured with the help of spring balance.
3. Nylon and steel are natural materials
4. Solids keep the same shape and have definite volume
5. Molecule is the smallest particle of a substance which can exist independently.
6 Barnard discovered that a molecule is made-up of smaller particles called atoms.

D. FIND THE ODD ONE OUT GIVING REASON
1. Nitrogen, oxygen chlorine, water.
2. Solids, liquids, gas, protons.
3. Electron, proton neutron, atom
4. Ice water steam, naphthalene
5 Condensation, evaporation, sublimation solidification

E. MATCH THE COLUMNS :
Column A                Column B
1 Solids              (a) Have least intermolecular force.
2 Atom                (b) Smallest particles that exist independently
3. Nylon              (c) Change of state from liquid to gas.
4. Molecules      (d) Tiny particle of an element
5. Vapour           (e) Man-made material.
6. Gas                 (f) Have maximum density

F. GIVE REASONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
1. Gases have low densities.
2. Solids do not low.
3. Heat energy brings change of state.
4. Liquids can be compressed

G ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS :
1. What do you understand by matter?
2. Why cannot solids be compressed?
3. Differentiate between solids, liquids and gases.
4. Is atom divisible? If yes, then name the particles which can be formed.
5. How will you prove the gaps are present between water molecules ?
6. Explain intermolecular forces of attraction with regard to solids, liquids and gases
7. Give an experiment to prove that gas molecules move freely in all directions
8. What is meant by kinetic theory of matter? Give its main postulates
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For Chemistry
Litan Benedict Quiah.    WhatsApp no: 9612342119
Jesse L. Rante.                WhatsApp no: 9366966329

Subject : Bengali
Ch 1: Chaturir Fritifal (i) Ati Sngkhipta (ii) artha (iii) sandhi bicched (iv) padparibartan (v) Biparit shabd  (All)
Ch 1: Sitahraner ramer bilap (i) Ati Sngkhipta (ii) pdpribrtn (iii) sandhi biched (iv) artha (All)
Poem: (i) Adrsh Sirsh  (ii) Sitahraner ramer bilap  [ first 12 lines]
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For Bengali
Jaychandra Rupini.     WhatsApp no: 9862312710

Gautami Choudhury   WhatsApp no: 7005216823

Subject: Geography
1. Map Reading (Chapter 1 )
     Page - (24 - 35)
     Ex- 1 (All)
     Ex- 2 (All)
     Ex- 3 ( a,c,f)
     Ex- 4 (a,b)
     Ex- 5 ( d,e)
     Ex- 6 (b,c,e,h,k,m,n)
2. Landforms (Chapter 2)
     Page -  (40 - 41)
     Ex- 1 (All)
     Ex- 2 (All)
     Ex- 3 (b,d)
     Ex- 4 (a,b,d,f)
     Ex- 5 (a,b,c)
     Ex- 6 (both the pictures)
3. North America ( Chapter 6 )
     Page - 115
     Ex- 1 (All)
     Ex- 2 (All)
     Ex- 3 (All)
     Ex- 4 (All)
     Ex- 5 (a,c)
     Ex- 6 (a,c,f,g,i,l,m,n)

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For Geography
Chinmoy  Chakaraborty(7005508651)

Biswanath Debbarma(7000153383)
Tanmoy Sarkar(9774306482)

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