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SA1/SCI/6 Page 1 
 
CLASS – VI 
SUB. – GENERAL SCIENCE 
                
 
General Instructions: 
1. This question paper consists of 34 questions in total and all questions are compulsory. 
2. Questions 1-7 are multiple choice questions and carry 1 mark each. Write the correct 
answer in your answer sheet. 
3. Questions 8-17 are very short answer questions and carry 2 marks each. 
4. Questions 18-28 are short answer questions and carry 3 marks each. 
5. Questions 29-34 are long answer questions and carry 5 marks each. 
 
SECTION – A 
 
1. Which of the following is not biodegradable? 
a) Cloth c)  Paper 
b) Vegetables d)  Copper plate 
 
2. Diffusion is slowest in 
a) Gases c)  Liquids 
b) solids d)  Both (a) & (b)  
 
3. A gas that dissolves in water is 
a) Helium c)  Ozone 
b) Hydrogen d)  Carbon dioxide 
 
4. Changing of dough into Chapattis is an example of 
a) Irreversible & chemical change 
b) Reversible & chemical change  
c) Physical & reversible change 
d) Irreversible & physical change 
 
5. A change in which no new substance is formed is known as 
a) Fast change c)  Physical change 
b)  Slow change d)  Chemical change  
 
6. The SI unit of time is 
a) Year c)  Day 
b) Second d)  Minute 
 
 
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SA1/SCI/6 Page 1 
 
CLASS – VI 
SUB. – GENERAL SCIENCE 
                
 
General Instructions: 
1. This question paper consists of 34 questions in total and all questions are compulsory. 
2. Questions 1-7 are multiple choice questions and carry 1 mark each. Write the correct 
answer in your answer sheet. 
3. Questions 8-17 are very short answer questions and carry 2 marks each. 
4. Questions 18-28 are short answer questions and carry 3 marks each. 
5. Questions 29-34 are long answer questions and carry 5 marks each. 
 
SECTION – A 
 
1. Which of the following is not biodegradable? 
a) Cloth c)  Paper 
b) Vegetables d)  Copper plate 
 
2. Diffusion is slowest in 
a) Gases c)  Liquids 
b) solids d)  Both (a) & (b)  
 
3. A gas that dissolves in water is 
a) Helium c)  Ozone 
b) Hydrogen d)  Carbon dioxide 
 
4. Changing of dough into Chapattis is an example of 
a) Irreversible & chemical change 
b) Reversible & chemical change  
c) Physical & reversible change 
d) Irreversible & physical change 
 
5. A change in which no new substance is formed is known as 
a) Fast change c)  Physical change 
b)  Slow change d)  Chemical change  
 
6. The SI unit of time is 
a) Year c)  Day 
b) Second d)  Minute 
 
 
SA1/SCI/6 Page 2 
 
7. Flowing water can move a log of wood from one place to another. This is an example 
of  
a) Heat energy c)  Light energy 
b) Electrical energy d)  Kinetic energy 
 
SECTION – B 
 
8. Is decomposition of dead animals useful? Explain. 
9. Why in India, have polymers been banned? Give two points. 
10.   State any two effects of force. 
11.   Differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates. (Any 2 points)   
12.   What happens when you place a potted plant in the Sun in an inverted manner? 
13.   How do prop roots help the plants? Draw a diagram of one plant with prop roots. 
14.   Name a device that converts- 
a) Chemical energy into electrical energy 
b) Electrical energy into light energy 
15.   What is the difference between ‘applying a force’ and ‘doing work’? 
16.   Will this circuit work? Justify your answer. 
17.  Write the full form of LED. Give two advantages of using LEDs. 
 
SECTION – C 
 
18.   Ram adds salt to a glass of water. After it is completely dissolved, he adds some more 
salt. But this time it does not dissolve. 
a) What kind of solution is formed? Explain  
b) What will happen if the temperature of the solution is increased? 
19.   What happens when you heat an iron rod? Name and explain change that takes 
place. 
20.   Why is measurement necessary in our day to day life? Comment and give reasons for 
the same. 
21.   Name the type of motion shown by the following : 
a) Ringing bell in the temple 
b) Moving of a potter’s wheel 
c) Car moving along a straight path. 
22.  What is reproduction? Classify the animals according to the way they reproduce.   
Cow, fish, amoeba, human. 
23.   Why is a book considered non living and an elephant a living organism? (Any 3 points) 
24.   If Lotus is planted in your school garden will it grow properly? Support your answer 
with reasons. 
25.   Draw a neat labeled diagram of a flower with atleast 4 labellings. 
26.   a) Write two functions of spines in Cactus. 
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SA1/SCI/6 Page 1 
 
CLASS – VI 
SUB. – GENERAL SCIENCE 
                
 
General Instructions: 
1. This question paper consists of 34 questions in total and all questions are compulsory. 
2. Questions 1-7 are multiple choice questions and carry 1 mark each. Write the correct 
answer in your answer sheet. 
3. Questions 8-17 are very short answer questions and carry 2 marks each. 
4. Questions 18-28 are short answer questions and carry 3 marks each. 
5. Questions 29-34 are long answer questions and carry 5 marks each. 
 
SECTION – A 
 
1. Which of the following is not biodegradable? 
a) Cloth c)  Paper 
b) Vegetables d)  Copper plate 
 
2. Diffusion is slowest in 
a) Gases c)  Liquids 
b) solids d)  Both (a) & (b)  
 
3. A gas that dissolves in water is 
a) Helium c)  Ozone 
b) Hydrogen d)  Carbon dioxide 
 
4. Changing of dough into Chapattis is an example of 
a) Irreversible & chemical change 
b) Reversible & chemical change  
c) Physical & reversible change 
d) Irreversible & physical change 
 
5. A change in which no new substance is formed is known as 
a) Fast change c)  Physical change 
b)  Slow change d)  Chemical change  
 
6. The SI unit of time is 
a) Year c)  Day 
b) Second d)  Minute 
 
 
SA1/SCI/6 Page 2 
 
7. Flowing water can move a log of wood from one place to another. This is an example 
of  
a) Heat energy c)  Light energy 
b) Electrical energy d)  Kinetic energy 
 
SECTION – B 
 
8. Is decomposition of dead animals useful? Explain. 
9. Why in India, have polymers been banned? Give two points. 
10.   State any two effects of force. 
11.   Differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates. (Any 2 points)   
12.   What happens when you place a potted plant in the Sun in an inverted manner? 
13.   How do prop roots help the plants? Draw a diagram of one plant with prop roots. 
14.   Name a device that converts- 
a) Chemical energy into electrical energy 
b) Electrical energy into light energy 
15.   What is the difference between ‘applying a force’ and ‘doing work’? 
16.   Will this circuit work? Justify your answer. 
17.  Write the full form of LED. Give two advantages of using LEDs. 
 
SECTION – C 
 
18.   Ram adds salt to a glass of water. After it is completely dissolved, he adds some more 
salt. But this time it does not dissolve. 
a) What kind of solution is formed? Explain  
b) What will happen if the temperature of the solution is increased? 
19.   What happens when you heat an iron rod? Name and explain change that takes 
place. 
20.   Why is measurement necessary in our day to day life? Comment and give reasons for 
the same. 
21.   Name the type of motion shown by the following : 
a) Ringing bell in the temple 
b) Moving of a potter’s wheel 
c) Car moving along a straight path. 
22.  What is reproduction? Classify the animals according to the way they reproduce.   
Cow, fish, amoeba, human. 
23.   Why is a book considered non living and an elephant a living organism? (Any 3 points) 
24.   If Lotus is planted in your school garden will it grow properly? Support your answer 
with reasons. 
25.   Draw a neat labeled diagram of a flower with atleast 4 labellings. 
26.   a) Write two functions of spines in Cactus. 
SA1/SCI/6 Page 3 
 
c) Draw the diagram of a Cactus. 
27.  Name and describe three essential parts present in a simple electric circuit. 
28.   Sita wants to classify the following as conductor or insulators, help her to find out  
a) Plastic   c) Silver   e) Rubber 
b) Copper  d) Bakelite   f) Wood   
 
SECTION – D 
 
29.  Mohan was going for a picnic by car with his family. While returning, he threw the 
garbage on the road. His younger sister Shruti objected to it and insisted that he pick it 
up and put it back into the car. 
a) Write two values depicted by Shruti. 
b) What are biodegradable wastes? Give two examples. 
c) Give one advantage of segregating biodegradable and non biodegradable 
wastes. 
30.  Distinguish between solid, liquid, and gases. Draw the molecular arrangements for the 
three of the above. 
31.   Observe the following pictures and answer these questions: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I. Identify the changes taking place in the above situations. Define them. 
II. Give one more example for each of the above changes. 
32.  What do you mean by stem modification? Describe three modifications of the stem 
with examples.  
 
33.   a) Compare the characteristics of autotrophs and heterotrophs with examples. 
b) Give two ways in which plants are useful to us.  
34.   a) A coolie is standing with the luggage on his head. Is he working? Give reasons for 
your answer. 
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SA1/SCI/6 Page 1 
 
CLASS – VI 
SUB. – GENERAL SCIENCE 
                
 
General Instructions: 
1. This question paper consists of 34 questions in total and all questions are compulsory. 
2. Questions 1-7 are multiple choice questions and carry 1 mark each. Write the correct 
answer in your answer sheet. 
3. Questions 8-17 are very short answer questions and carry 2 marks each. 
4. Questions 18-28 are short answer questions and carry 3 marks each. 
5. Questions 29-34 are long answer questions and carry 5 marks each. 
 
SECTION – A 
 
1. Which of the following is not biodegradable? 
a) Cloth c)  Paper 
b) Vegetables d)  Copper plate 
 
2. Diffusion is slowest in 
a) Gases c)  Liquids 
b) solids d)  Both (a) & (b)  
 
3. A gas that dissolves in water is 
a) Helium c)  Ozone 
b) Hydrogen d)  Carbon dioxide 
 
4. Changing of dough into Chapattis is an example of 
a) Irreversible & chemical change 
b) Reversible & chemical change  
c) Physical & reversible change 
d) Irreversible & physical change 
 
5. A change in which no new substance is formed is known as 
a) Fast change c)  Physical change 
b)  Slow change d)  Chemical change  
 
6. The SI unit of time is 
a) Year c)  Day 
b) Second d)  Minute 
 
 
SA1/SCI/6 Page 2 
 
7. Flowing water can move a log of wood from one place to another. This is an example 
of  
a) Heat energy c)  Light energy 
b) Electrical energy d)  Kinetic energy 
 
SECTION – B 
 
8. Is decomposition of dead animals useful? Explain. 
9. Why in India, have polymers been banned? Give two points. 
10.   State any two effects of force. 
11.   Differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates. (Any 2 points)   
12.   What happens when you place a potted plant in the Sun in an inverted manner? 
13.   How do prop roots help the plants? Draw a diagram of one plant with prop roots. 
14.   Name a device that converts- 
a) Chemical energy into electrical energy 
b) Electrical energy into light energy 
15.   What is the difference between ‘applying a force’ and ‘doing work’? 
16.   Will this circuit work? Justify your answer. 
17.  Write the full form of LED. Give two advantages of using LEDs. 
 
SECTION – C 
 
18.   Ram adds salt to a glass of water. After it is completely dissolved, he adds some more 
salt. But this time it does not dissolve. 
a) What kind of solution is formed? Explain  
b) What will happen if the temperature of the solution is increased? 
19.   What happens when you heat an iron rod? Name and explain change that takes 
place. 
20.   Why is measurement necessary in our day to day life? Comment and give reasons for 
the same. 
21.   Name the type of motion shown by the following : 
a) Ringing bell in the temple 
b) Moving of a potter’s wheel 
c) Car moving along a straight path. 
22.  What is reproduction? Classify the animals according to the way they reproduce.   
Cow, fish, amoeba, human. 
23.   Why is a book considered non living and an elephant a living organism? (Any 3 points) 
24.   If Lotus is planted in your school garden will it grow properly? Support your answer 
with reasons. 
25.   Draw a neat labeled diagram of a flower with atleast 4 labellings. 
26.   a) Write two functions of spines in Cactus. 
SA1/SCI/6 Page 3 
 
c) Draw the diagram of a Cactus. 
27.  Name and describe three essential parts present in a simple electric circuit. 
28.   Sita wants to classify the following as conductor or insulators, help her to find out  
a) Plastic   c) Silver   e) Rubber 
b) Copper  d) Bakelite   f) Wood   
 
SECTION – D 
 
29.  Mohan was going for a picnic by car with his family. While returning, he threw the 
garbage on the road. His younger sister Shruti objected to it and insisted that he pick it 
up and put it back into the car. 
a) Write two values depicted by Shruti. 
b) What are biodegradable wastes? Give two examples. 
c) Give one advantage of segregating biodegradable and non biodegradable 
wastes. 
30.  Distinguish between solid, liquid, and gases. Draw the molecular arrangements for the 
three of the above. 
31.   Observe the following pictures and answer these questions: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I. Identify the changes taking place in the above situations. Define them. 
II. Give one more example for each of the above changes. 
32.  What do you mean by stem modification? Describe three modifications of the stem 
with examples.  
 
33.   a) Compare the characteristics of autotrophs and heterotrophs with examples. 
b) Give two ways in which plants are useful to us.  
34.   a) A coolie is standing with the luggage on his head. Is he working? Give reasons for 
your answer. 
SA1/SCI/6 Page 4 
 
b)  State the conditions under which work is said to have been done. 
c)  If he is walking with the luggage, which type of energy is involved? 
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