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KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA No. 4, DLW CAMPUS, VARANASI
PERIODIC TEST 1 SESSION 201718
CLASS VI
SUBJECT SOCIAL SCIENCE
MARKING SCHEME
1. (B) NARMADA  1
2. (A) SANSKRIT  1
3. (D) ON FOOT  1
4. (B) Globe is the true model of the earth.  1
5. (D) All of these  1
6. (i) They did not know the art of writing in the beginning.  1+1+1
(ii) Even some of them were not literate even after the knowledge of the script.
(iii) They were not having interest in such work.
(iv) They do not know the importance of keeping records of the events.
7. (i) We will use knife, cutter, shelter, dagger, spoon, fork, machine, etc for cutting fruits.  1+1+1
(ii) They would be made of different metals like copper, bronze, iron, steel, etc.
8. (i) To look after plants protecting them from birds, animals and their other fellow.  1+1+1
(ii) Settled life is useful and essential to lead a civilized life.
(iii) People grow crops to meet their daily food and some other needs.
9. (i) Raja participated in religious rites.  1+1+1
(ii) Took part in wars, dasas were not allowed to do so.
(iii) Rajas had no places and collected no taxes but they were free whereas dasas were treated as property
of the owners.
10. (i) Frigid Zone (ii) Temperate Zone (iii) Torrid Zone  1+1+1
11. (i) India is a country of many diversities.  1+1
(ii) We speak different language , various types of food, celebrate different festivals, religious.
(iii) But we do many things that are similar except that we do them in different ways.
12. Rural People People living in village are called rural people.  1+1+1
Urban People People living in towns and cities are known as urban people.
13. Planet (i) It receives heat and light from sun.  1+1+1+1+1
(ii) Planets do not twinkle because they do not possess their own light.
(iii) Planets only reflect the light received from the sun.
(iv) There are nine major planets.
Starts: (i) It has its own heat and light.
(ii) It gives out huge flames. It radiates a great amount of heat and light.
(iii) Stars are very far from us. They are in millions.
(iv) It is very big and hot ball of fire made of gases.
14. (a) Stars / constellation  1
(b) Galaxy  1
(c) Mars  1
(d) Earth  1
(e) Heat and light  1
15. (a) 366  1
(b) Rotation  1
(c) Elliptical  1
(d) Cancer  1
(e) Winter  1
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO 4, DLWCAMPUS, VARANASI Periodic Test 1 (201718)
Class: VIII
SUBJECT MATHEMATICS
Time: 1:1/2 hours M.M:40 General Instructions:
1. All Questions are compulsory.
2. The Question paper consists of 17 Questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
3. Section A contains 5 Questions of 1 marks each, Section B contains 4 questions of 2 marks each,
Section C contains 5 questions of 3 marks each, Section D contains 3 questions of 4 marks each.
4. There is no overall choice in paper. However, internal choice is provided in one question of 3
marks and one question of 4 marks.
5. Use of calculators is not permitted.
SECTION A: [ Question numbers 1 to 5 carry 1 mark each. ]
Q.1 The rational number that does not have a reciprocal is
a) 1 b) 1 c) 0 d) 2
Q.2 In linear equation the highest power of the variable is
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3
Q.3 The sum of the measure of the all interior angles of a quadrilateral is
a) 00 b) 1800 c) 3600 d) 900
Q.4 Measure of each exterior angle of a regular polygon of sides 12 is
a) 300 b) 1800 c) 400 d) 270
Q.5 When a die is thrown, find the probability of an event of getting a number not greater than 5.
a) 1/6 b) 1/2 c) 5/6 d) 4/6
SECTION B [ Question no 6 to 9 carry 2 marks each ]
Q.6 Represent these numbers on the number line
i)
ii)
Q.7 Solve the following equations
i) x + 2 = 7
ii) y  3 = 10
Q.8 Find the angle measure x 500 x
1300 1200
Q.9 If you have a spinning wheel with 3 green sectors, 1 blue sector and 1 red sector, what is the probability of getting a green sector? What is the probability of getting a
non blue sector?
SECTION C [ Question no 10 to 14 carry 3 marks each ]
Q. 10 Construct the quadrilateral ABCD of the following measure
AB = 4.5 cm, BC = 5.5 cm, CD = 4 cm, AD = 6 cm, AC = 7 cm
Q.11 Sum of two numbers is 95. If one exceeds the other by 15, find the numbers.
Or
The number of boys and the girls in the class are in the ratio 7:5. The number of boys is 8
more than the number of girls. What is the total class strength?
Q.12. Find five rational numbers between
and
x
Q.13. Find the value of x, y and z Then find their 900
sum (x+y+z) in the given figure y 300
z
Q. 14. Solve the equation x + 7 
=

SECTION D [ Question no 15 to 17 carry 4 marks each ]
Q.15. Construct a rhombus whose diagonals are 5.2 cm and 6.4 cm long.
Q.16 In the parallelogram RUNS. Find x and y. (length are in cm)
S N
R U
Q.17. The number of students in a hostel, speaking different languages is given below. Display the data in a pie chart.
Language Hindi English Marathi Tamil Bengali Total
Number of students
40 12 9 7 4 72
20
16
X+y
Y+7
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO 4, DLWCAMPUS VARANASI VARANASI REGION PERIODIC TEST1, 201718
MARKING SCHEME Total Pages : 02 Class VIII Subject: Mathematics Ans.1 A 1
Ans.2 B 1
Ans.3 C 1
Ans.4 A 1
Ans.5 A 1
Ans.6 For correct representation on number line 1 mark for each part 1 x 2=2
Ans.7 i) x + 2 = 7 x = 72= 5
ii) y  3 = 10 y =10+3 = 13
1 1
Ans.8 x + 500 + 1300+ 1200 = 3600 x + 3000 = 3600 x = 3600  3000 x = 600
1 1/2 1/2
Ans.9 Probability of Green sector= 3/5 Probability of non blue sector = 4/5
1 1
Ans.10 For correct construction 2 marks For correct steps of construction 1 marks
2 1
Ans.11 Let First No. = x So that Second No = x+15 ATQ: x + (x+15)= 95 x=40 First no = 40 Second No = 40+15 =55 OR Let No. of Boys=7x And No of Girls = 5x ATQ: 7x5x=8 X=4 Boy=28 & Girls= 20 Total Strength = 48
1/2 1 1 1/2
Ans.12 For each correct rational number marks marks for steps
2 1/2
Ans.13 X= 900 Y=1500 Z=120
1 1 1
Ans.14 For each steps marks X= 5
2 1
Ans.15 For correct construction 3 marks For correct steps 1 marks
3 1
Ans.16 Y+7=20 Y=13 X+Y=16 X+13=16 X=3
2 2
Ans.17 For correct central angles 2 Marks For correct PieChart 2 Marks
2 2
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA No. 4, DLW CAMPUS, VARANASI
PERIODIC TEST 1 SESSION 201718
CLASS IX
SUBJECT SOCIAL SCIENCE
MARKING SCHEME
1. Marseillaise  1
2. Napolean Bonaparte  1
3. Rousseau  1
4. 32.8 Lakh Sqkm  1
5. Salvador Allende  1
6. Hitler  1
7. 25 %  1
8. (i) The French society was divided into the privileged and the unprivileged classes.  1+1+1
(ii) The third estate was comprised of the peasants, artisans, city workers and the middle class people like
teachers doctors, lawyers, etc.
(iii) All such people comes in unprivileged. They had no political rights.
9. (i) It is located near the equator while Kashmir is located far away from the equator. On equator duration
Of day and night is almost 12 hours each.  1+1+1
(ii) Kanya kumara is located at 804N while northern most tip of Kashmir has 3706N latitudes.
(iii) The maximum difference between the duration of day and night on any day of the year is only 45
minutes in Kanyakumari.
10. (i) There is heavy competition for work among the farm labourers in palampur.  1+1+1
(ii) So people agree to work for lower wages.
(iii) The minimum wages a farm labourer set by the government is Rs 115 per day (April 2011) but actually it
is only Rs 50 per day.
11. (i) The people of the country are its valuable resources, if they are healthy, educated and skilled.  1+1+1
(ii) No economic activity is possible without human resource.
(iii) It works as labour, management and entrepreneur in all the economic activities and such it is
indispensible factor of production.
12. (i) Primary Sector:  Farming, mining, fishing, foresting, animal husbandry, cultivation, etc.  1+1+1+1+1
(ii) Secondary Sector:  Construction work, manufacturing, tailoring, working in industry like working in
match factory, etc.
(iii) Tertiary Sector:  Banking, transportation, insurance, communication, financing, courier, etc.
13. (i) The outbreak of revolutionary protest in France was a culmination of Social causes, Political causes and
economic causes.  1+1+1+1+1
(ii) Louis XVII the king of France was autocratic, led a life of luxury, was inefficient and weak willed.
(iii) Society was