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ASSIGNMENT FOR CLASS VII


Subject: Mizo
1. ‘Aw Nang Kan Lal kan Pathian’ tih hla kha ziak rawh.  
2. Hengte hi tawi te te in sawi fiah rawh.   
a) Awkpaka            b)  Bawhbel         c)  Thingnawi fawm    d) Dawvan
3. Zawhnate hi chhang vek ang che.       
a. Zawlbuk awm zel tawh loh chhan kha han sawi the.
b. Zuk leh hmuam ching ten an chin chhan ber eng nge ni?
c. Hla phuahtu in a taksa peng hrang hrang te kha eng atan nge a tih?
d. ‘Chhunglam leh pawnlam hmelma’ tihhi han sawifiah teh.
e. Singular number leh plural number danglamna han sawi teh.
f. Rualbanlo tana thian tha nih theih dan kang thum tal han ziak teh.
4. Heng thu te hi a inmil thlang chhuak rawh.   
a. Awnang kan Lal                        rel sak ang che
b. Ropuina                               Lalber chuan in
c. Ro min                                kan Pathian
d. Lalberte                              leh lalthuthleng
5. Hengte hi a thu ep dah rawh.    
a) Laili        b)  Huaisen         c) Thilphal    d) Amah    e)  Pakhat
6. I zirlai bu a mi angin a awlah te hian dah khat rawh.    
a. ______ unaute tanpui hi.
b. Hnam tin tan _______.
c. An _______ aiin.
d. Aw nang _______.
e. Anmahni ________ ve hi.
7. Heng thu hmang hian sentence siam rawh. 
a) Che      b) Ula    c) Kei    d) Rual        e)  Khat

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

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Mrs. Ramrati Singh: 8974456394

SUBJECT: COMPUTER
Chapter 1: Exercise F- Question No 1 to 7 (Page 10)
Chapter 2: Exercise C-Question No 1 to 5 (Page 19)

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Mr. Niranjan Deka - 9774814182
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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 1.1 Q7,
EX 1.2 Q5 ALL,Q7,Q8
EX 1.3 Q1 ALL, Q3 ALL Q5 ALL,
EX 1.4 Q 3 ALL, Q5,Q10
EX 1.5 Q 1,2,3,14 ALL
EX 4.1 Q6 ALL, Q7 ALL
EX 4.2 Q7 ALL
EX 4.3 Q 1 a,c Q2 a,c,e Q3 a,c,e,g,Q4.a,cQ5. A,c Q6 a,c
EX 4.4 Q 1 a,c Q2 a,c,e Q3 a,c,e,g,Q4.a, Q5. ac Q6 a,Q7,Q9,Q11
EX 7.1 ALL,
EX 7.2 ALL
EX 8.1 ALL
EX 8.2 ALL
EX 9.3 ALL
EX 11 .1 All
EX 11 .2 Q 1,Q 2,Q,Q5-20 All
EX 11.3 Q2 -8 ALL
EX 16 .1 Practice
EX 16.2 Practice
EX 17 .1 Q1- 6, Q10 -15
EX 17.2 Q1-10 Q14
EX 18.1 All
EX 18 .2 All

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Mr.N.B.Molsom: 6009139501

SUBJECT: BIOLOGY
Guide lines:
• Write/ Use any Small copy
• Students  should attempt the  QUESTIONS as directed
• Give diagram / figure where it is needed
• Write your Name, Class ,Section Subject on the cover

Chapter one
a. Define tissue, organs
b. Write down the characteristics of Meristematic tissue
c. What are the types of meristematic tissue?
d. Give 3 features of  parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma, xylem ,phloem
e. With reference to structure ,function and location write features of
a) Epithelial tissue        
b) connective tissue types
    Areolar tissue, Adipose tissue, tendon, ligaments, cartilage, bones, blood and its types
c) Muscular tissue
d) Nervous tissues
f. Fill up , choose the correct option, true/False  pg-8
Chapter two
a. What is classification? State the importance of it. Pg-11
b. Define prokaryotic cell / organism?
c. Define eukaryotic cell / organism?
d. What is Binomial system of naming organisms? How is it written?
e. Learn all scientific names  pg – 13
f. Give the general features of kingdom Monera
g. What are different shapes of bacteria ,draw them.
h. List five usefulness of bacteria and three harmfulness of bacteria.
i. List 5 disease caused by bacteria.
j. Study kingdom protista with special reference of Amoeba (structure, locomotory organ,mode of nutrition, respiration, excretion, reproduction.
k. List three  usefulness of fungi  and three harmfulness .
l. With reference of Kingdom plantae write 2 characteristics
Algae, mosses, ferns, Cone bearing plants and closed seeded plant
m. With reference to Kingdom Animalia
i) What are invertebrates/non chordates?
ii) What are vertebrates / chordates?
iii) Give two major characteristics and two examples of : Phylum porifera, Cnidaria,Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, annileda, arthropoda, mollusca, echinodermata.
iv. Give two characteristics and two examples of these classes -
     Pisces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves, Mammalia
v. Fill up , choose the correct option, true/False  pg. 34,35  

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Mr.N.B.Molsom: 6009139501

Subject: English Grammer (English 1)
1. Write composition on the following topics: 1) Value of good manners. 2) Self help. 3) Stay home, stay safe .
2. Write an application to Principal of your school requesting her to defer your First Terminal Examination as your syllabus in school have not been completed yet by many subject teachers.
3. Write an application to the Principal of your school requesting her to extend your tiffin break ...
4. Write a letter to your mother that telling her not to risk herself to COVID-19 by going out to work ...

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Mrs. Mridula Debbarma: 9774137683
Mr. Rikib Daurai: 7005598423
Subject: Geography
Chapter: Representation of Geographical Features
Page-22
1) Tick the correct option: (All)
2) Fill in the blanks: (All)
3) Explain the following terms: (All)
4) Define the following: (All)
6) Answer in brief: (ii)(iii)(iv)
#Worksheet: b (All)
Chapter: Weathering and soil Formation
Page-59
1) Tick the correct option: (All)
2) Fill up the blanks: (All)
Page-60
3) Answer the following in one word: (All)
4) Expalin the following terms: (All)
5) Differentiate the following terms: (All)
6) Answer the following quesfions in brief: (a)(b)(c)(f)(g)(h)(i)
Chapter: Europe,Location,Political Divisions and Physical Features
Page-101
1)Tick the correct option: (All)
2) Answer in one word: (All)
3) Match the following: (All)
Page-102
4) Give reasons: (b)(c)
5) Answer the following questions in brief: (a) (c) (e) (f) (g) (h) (j)

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Mr. Biswanath Debbarma: 9862661666
Mr. Tanmoy Sarkar: 9774306482
Mr. John Darlong: 9774614123
Ms. Khakchangti Debbarma: 9774285962


Subject : Bengali
Ch 1: Chelebela (i) Ati Sangkhipta (ii) artha (iii) podporibarton (iv) Biparit shabd  (All)
Ch 1: Rajdharma (i) Ati Sangkhipta (ii) podparibrton (iii) artha (All)
Poem: (i) Shiddhather Krona  (ii) Rajdharma  [ first 12 lines]
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Subject: Physics
Chapter 1:
Page 3: Table 1.2 - Formula for measuring area of regular solids
Page 5: Table 1.4 - Formula for measuring volume of regular solids
Page 6: Stop and Reflect: Q2,3,4.
Page 14-15: Exercises.
A. Fill in the blanks (Q1-5)
B. State True or False (Q.1-5)
C. Choose the correct option (Q.1-5)
D. Match the columns (Q.1-5)
Page 15: Short and Precise
Q B - 1,2,3,5       Q C - 2, 3
Page 16:
Q. A. Explain the following terms: Q 1-5
Q. B. 2, Q. D. 1-4, 6
Page 18:
Q. A: 1-5, Q. B: 1-5, Q. C: 1-5, Q. D: 1, 4, Q. E: 2-5,
Chapter 2:
Page 30-31 : Exercise
A. Fill in the blanks (Q1-5)
B. Choose the correct option (Q.1-5)
C. Match the columns (Q.1-5)
D. State True or False (Q.1-5)
Short and Precise:
Q B - 1,2,4,5        Q C - 1-4
Page 32:
Q. A: 1-5    Q. B: 1, 2    Q. D: 2, 4, 5
Page 34:
Q. A: 1-5    Q. B: 1-5       Q. C: 1-5    Q. D: 2, 4    Q. E: 1, 3, 5
Chapter 3:
Page 45 : Exercise
A. Fill in the blanks (Q.1-5)
B. State True or False (Q.1-5)
C. Choose the correct option (Q.1-5)
D. Match the columns (Q.1-5)
Page 46: Short and Precise:
Q B - 1, 2, 4, 5
Q C - 1-4
Write at length
Q. A: Explain the following terms: 1-5
Q. B: 1, 3       Q. D: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6
Page 48:
Q. A: 1-5       Q. B: 1-5    Q. C: 1-5    Q. D: 1, 3, 4    Q. E: 2, 5
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Subject: Chemistry
Chapter 1
A. TICK THE CORRECT ANSWER
1. Which of the following is not a matter?
(a) Shadow    (b) Chair      (c) Toast        (d) Juice
2. What can be poured from one vessel to another?
(a) Solids        (b) Fluids      (c) Air        (d) water
3. Maximum intermolecular spaces are present between
(a) Heating    (b) cooling          (c) Gases        (d) All of the above
4. Physical states of matter can be interchanged by
(a)Heating     (b) cooling         (c) Heating or cooling    (d) none of the above
5. Mixture of two phases:
(a) Gas         (b) Solid      (c) Liquid     (d) Vapour

B. WRITE TRUE OR FALSE FOR EACH STATEMENT, REWRITE THE FALSE STATEMENTS CORRECTLY :
1 Solids have high densities, are rigid and hard.
2. Gaseous state have least kinetic energy.
3 Love, hate, shadow cannot be classified as matter.
4. The process in which solid gets converted to liquid state is known as sublimation
5. Naphthalene and camphor are sublimable compounds

C. IDENTIFY THE STATE OF MATTER :
1. No fixed shape
2. Expands maximum on heating -
3. Can be compressed easily
4. Have definite shape and volume
5. Have maximum density

D. MATCH THE ENTRIES OF COLUMN A WITH APPROPRIATE ENTRIES OF COLUMN
Column A                                                     Column B
1. Liquid and gaseous state are           (a) random motion
2. Molecules are in                                   (b) fluid states
3. Liquids can be                                      (c) evaporation       
4. Solids have                                            (d) compressed slightly   
5 Conversion of liquid into vapours    (e) highest intermolecular forces of attraction
       
E. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
1 Name two quantities which are not regarded as matter
2 How many states of matter does water exhibit?
3. Name the state which cannot be compressed
4. Name the gas present in aerated drinks.
5 Which energy is present in the molecules of gas?
6. What is matter?
7. What is matter made up of?
8. Give three properties of matter.
9. What do you understand by intermolecular space?
10. What do you understand by collision?
11. How does change in temperature results in change of state?
12. With the help of a diagram explain the compression taking place in gases

F. SELECT THE ODD ONE OUT GIVING REASON
1. Melting, freezing, evaporation, sublimation
2. Naphthalene, camphor. Iodine, common salt
3. Water, juice, oil, ice-cream

Chapter 2
A. TICK THE CORRECT CHOICE AMONGST THE FOLLOWING :
1. Sublimation of iodine is a:
(a) Chemical change      (b) Periodic change    (c) Physical change     (d) Irreversible change
2. When magnesium ribbon is burnt, heat and light are produced. It is an example of:
(a) Chemical change        (b) Physical and irreversible change   (C) Chemical and exothermic change     
(d) Chemical and endothermic change
3. Powdering of sugar is
(a) Chemical and irreversible change     (b) Physical change    (c) Reversible change      (d) Irreversible change
4. Making ice from water is an example of
(a)Man-made change     (b) Sublimation     (c)Chemical change    (d) Undesirable change
5. Melting of butter is not a
(a) Fast change     (b) Reversible change    (c) Desirable change     (d) Permanent change

B. FILL IN THE BLANKS :
1. Curdling of milk by bacteria is a………………change
2. Weathering of rocks is a…………………..change.
3. Spinning of a top is a…………………change
4. Occurrence of landslides is a …………………….change.
5. Eruption of volcano is a…………………..change.
6. Moulding of clay is a ……………………change.
7. Rusting of iron nails is…………………change.
8. Evaporation of water is a ………………….change.
9. Burning of paper is a………………..change
10. Formation all day and night is a……………..change.

WRITE TRUE OR FALSE FOR EACH STATEMENT. REWRITE THE FALSE STATEMENTSCORRECTLY:
1. In an exothermic reaction, heat is given out
2. In a chemical reaction no new substance is formed.
3. Reaction of zinc pieces with hydrochloric acid is an exothermic reaction.
4. Glowing of an electric bulb is a physical change
5. Breaking of a glass tumbler is a reversible change
6. Burning of wood is a chemical change.

D. GIVE ONE WORD FOR THE FOLLOWING:
1. Changes which take place by nature are known as:………………..
2 Changes that take place due to activities of man are known as……………
3. Changes which take place after a fixed interval of time:…………..
4. Changes which take place at any time are known as………………..
5. Changes which occur in short duration of time: ……………………
6. Changes which take longer duration of time………………………
7. Changes which can be reversed: ………………………..
8. Changes which cannot be reversed………………………….
9. Change of state from solid to liquid…………………………..
10. Change of state from liquid to gas………………………..

E ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS
1. What is the formula of quick lime?
2 Which arrow is used to indicate a reversible change?
3. What is the colour of name when magnesium burns in air?
4. Give two factors on which a change depends
5. Name the reactions in which heat is absorbed
6. Define dissolution
7. How does rate of evaporation change when temperature is increased?
8. Why is rusting referred as slow eating of metals?
9. Which changes are referred to as undesirable changes?
10. ‘pulling of a rubber string is a reversible change'. Explain.

11 Differentiate between:
(a) Rusting and burning,
(b) Boiling and respiration
12. What is evaporation? How does water change to its vapour state?
13. Differentiate between physical and chemical changes.

F. SELECT THE ODD ONE OUT GIVING REASON :
1. Burning of wood, rusting of iron, souring of milk, freezing of water.
2. Freezing of water, magnetising an iron nail, breaking of chalk stick.
3. Rusting, burning, combustion, melting
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