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91-105: MCQs for General Science for Govt. Exams (UPSC and SSC)
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In this lesson, Dr. Roman Saini will discuss the MCQs related to various topics in General Science from Class 6 to Class 8 (Science) NCERT.

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Akhil A S
a year ago
pala varshagalil pala examinu chodichath
12/15 again disappointed
Q99Rashtriya kishor swasthya karyakram(RKSK) health programme for adolescents age group of 10-19improve nutrition to reduce malnutrition and*iron-deficiency anamia*among girls and boys.
sir...WEAVING is making of yarn from FIBRE
Vijay arya
3 years ago
bhai ...spinning hi bolte hain...yaad hai gandhi ji charkha chala ke kya karte the...spinnig.. jo sweater bagerah pahante hain that is th eweaving..
Manpreet Singh
3 years ago
thanks bro..
  1. 091. Which of the following vitamins helps us in fighting against diseases? a. Vitamin A b. Vitamin B complex C. d. Vitamin E


  2. Answer: c Explanation: Vitamin A keeps our skin and eyes healthy. Vitamin C helps body to fight against many diseases. Vitamin D helps our body to use calcium for bones and teeth


  3. 092. Which of the following are regarded as nutrients? 1. Carbohydrates 2. Proteins 3.Water 4. Minerals Choose the correct code. a. 1 and 2 only b. 1,2 and 3 only c. 1, 2 and 4 only d. 1, 2, 3 and 4 only


  4. Answer: c Explanation: Only carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins are regarded as nutrients. Water and dietary fibre are also needed in our body but they are not classified as nutrients.


  5. 093. Which of the following statements is/ are incorrect regarding roughages? 1. They provide us energy. 2. They add to the bulk of our food. 3. They are essential for our body. 4. They help in removal of digested food from our body. Choose the correct code. a. 1 and 3 only b. 1, 2 and 3 only c. 1 and 4 only d. d. 1, 3 and 4 only 1,3 and 4 only


  6. Answer: Answer: c Explanation: Roughages don't provide us energy but they are essential in our diet and help in removal of undigested food from our body.


  7. Q94. Diseases that occur due to lack of nutrients in our diet over a long period are called as a. Chronic diseases b. Deficiency diseases C. d Incurable diseases Communicable diseases


  8. Answer: b Explanation: Diseases that occur due to lack of nutrients over a long period are called deficiency diseases.


  9. 095. Deficiency of vitamin B1 results in; a. Scurvy b. Beriberi C. Rickets d. B1 disorder


  10. Answer: b Explanation: Self-explanatory


  11. Q96. Deficiency of vitamin C results in; Scurvy b. Beriberi c. Rickets d. C disorder


  12. Answer: a Explanation: Self-explanatory


  13. Answer: c Explanation: Self-explanatory


  14. Q99. Deficiency of iron results in; a. Indigestion b. Ferrosis C. Goitre d. Anaemia


  15. Answer: d Explanation: Fabrics are made up of yarn and yarn is made up of fibres.


  16. Q101. Fibres are obtained from; 1. Plants 2 Animals 3. Artificial sources Choose the correct statement/ statements. a. b. 1 and 3 only 1 only C. 2 and 3 only d. 1, 2 and 3


  17. Answer:d Explanation: Fibres obtained from plants and animals are called as natural fibres e.g. wool, cotton, silk etc. Fibres are also obtained from synthetic sources and such fibres are called as synthetic fibres e.g. nylon, polyester etc.


  18. Q103. What do you understand by ginning of cotton? a. Growing of cotton plants. b Harv b.Harvesting of cotton plants c. Separation of cotton fibres from seeds d. Processing of cotton fibres


  19. Q104. Jute is commonly grown in; a. Eastern parts of India b. Western parts of India c. Southern parts of India d. Central parts of India


  20. 0105. The process of making yarn from fibres is called as a. Weaving b. Spinning c. Harvesting d Yarning Harvesting


  21. Answer: b Explanation: Self-explanatory