February 13, 2018

IPE Physics Model Paper 2 for Senior Inter of AP and TS Boards

Section - A
i) All are very short answer type questions.
ii) Answer All the questions.
iii) Each question carries TWO marks. (10 × 2 = 20 M)

1. What is Hyper metropia? How can it be corrected?
2. What happens to the weight of a body when it is charged positively?
3. Classify the following materials with regards to magnetism: Manganese, Cobalt, Nickel, Bismuth, Oxygen, Copper
4. State Ampere's Law and Biot Savart's Law?
5. If the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation is doubled. What happens to the energy of photon?
6. Write down Einstein's photo electric equation.
7. In which bias can a Zener diode be used as voltage regulator?
8. What is sky wave propagation?
9. What is transformer ratio?
10. Current in the circuit falls from 0.5A to 0.0A in 0.1 sec. If an average emf of 200 V is induced, give an estimate of self-inductance of circuit.

Section - B

i) Short answer type questions.
ii) Answer any SIX from the following.
iii) Each question carries FOUR marks. (6 × 4 = 24 M)

11. Define focal length of concave mirror. Prove that radius of curvature of a concave mirror is double its focal length.
12. Does the principle of conservation of energy hold for interference and diffraction phenomena.
13. Derive an expression for capacitance of parallel plate capacitor.
14. Draw a circuit diagram showing how a potentio meter may be used to find internal resistance of a cell and establish a formula for it.
15. Describe the way in which eddy currents are used to advantage.
16. Explain different types of spectral series of Hydrogen atom?
17. Derive an expression for the couple acting on an electric dipole in a uniform electric field.
18. Distinguish between half wave rectifier and full wave rectifier.

Section - C

i) Long answer type questions.
ii) Answer any TWO questions.
iii) Each question carries EIGHT marks. (2 × 8 = 16 M)

19. What is doppler effect? Obtain an expression for apparent frequency of sound heard when source is in motion with respect to an observer at rest.
20. Obtain an expression for torque on a current carrying loop placed in a uniform magnetic field. Describe the construction and working of a moving coil galvanometer.
21. What is radio activity? State the law of radio active decay. Show that radio active decay is exponential in nature.‌

February 7, 2018

10th Social Studies Important Questions - 2 Marks - Food Security Chapter

Q: What has to be done in order to increase the per hectare yield of a crop?
A: In order to increase the per hectare yield of crop, necessary inputs have to provided in a judicious manner. On the way is to expand irrigation but use water in a manner. So that this vital resources is shared and made available to all.

Q: “The poor are suffering from under nutrition today” - Discuss.
A: Under nutrition refers to a situation where there is unbalance diet. More than one third of the world’s Malnourished children live in India. Socio-economic status, religion and region etc are the cause for under nutrition. In general many poor are at the risk of under-nutrition.

Q: How is food security ensured in India?
A: Food security is being ensured in India by using following methods.
a) By improving production.
b) By maintaining buffer stock
c) By public distribution system.

Q: Discuss the implementation of National Food Security Act-2013.
A: The National Food Security Act 2013 aims to provide subsidized food grains to approximately two third of Indian population.
It included the midday meal scheme, integrated child development services and the public distribution system.
Pregnant Women, lactating mothers and certain categories of children entitled to this programme.

Q: What is Food security?
A: Food Security consists of the following.
Availability of food: There should be enough food for all.
Accessibility of food: All persons should have access to food. It should be within the reach of everyone.
Affordability to food: All persons should have enough money to buy safe and nutritious food.

Q: What elements do you incorporate while preparing a pamphelt on food security to bring about awareness among the people of your locality?
A: H Need of food for the person.
Disparities among the people in getting required food.
Need for special actions to bring food, available for all.
The way of providing food grains for all.

10th Class Social Studies - 1 Mark IMP Questions in Food Security Chapter

Q: What is the need of security?
A: Food security is needed for various purposes. The main purpose of food security is no person should go to bed with empty stomach.

Q: Which Act has legalised Right to Food?
A: National Food Security Act (2013) has legalised right to food.

Q: What is meant by Buffer Stock?
A: The Stock of food grains maintained by the Government through food corporation of India is called Buffer stock.

Q: What is meant by Minimum Support Price?
A: Minimum Support Price is a form of market intervention by the government of India to ensure agricultural produces against any sharp fall in form prices.

Q: What is meant by Nutrition Food?
A: Nutrition Food is that food which provides energy, growth and capacity to remain healthy and fight illness.

Q: What is NIN? Where is its headquarters?
A: National Institute of Nutrition. Its headquarters in Hyderabad.

Q: What is ideal standard for calories of food for Urban and Rural people?
A: Urban people 2100 calories, Rural people 2400 calories.

Q: What is meant by “Agricultural Diversification”?
A: The careful planning which provides the farmers to take up food crops and non-food crops and dairying together as a greater variety in Agricultural is called diversification.

Q: Give examples of coarse cereals.
A: Ragi, Jowar, Bajra, Maize

Q: What is ICDS?
A: Integrated Child Development Scheme.

Q: What is meant by percapita availability of food grains?
A: The availability of food grains per person per day is called percapita availability of food grains.

Q: Expand PDS, BMI.
A: PDS − Public Distribution System.
BMI − Body Mass Index.

Q: What is recommended food intake per day?
A: A standard of 2100 kilocalories perday in Urban areas and 2400 kilocalories in Rural areas is the recommended food intake per day.

Q: What is the main objective of food security Act 2013?
A: The Indian government came out with a new law in 2013 called the national Food Security act to legalise peoples right to Food.

Q: What are Anganwadis?
A: Where young children are taken care of, including mid day meal.

Q: What is called as Food Hunger?
A: A feeling of discomfort or weakness caused by lack of food coupled with the desire to eat is known as food hunger.

Q: What does ‘stunting’ refer to?
A: The nutrition of disorder in which children would remain short than their age due to under nourishment and defective bone growth.

Q: What are fair price shops?
A: The ration shops which come under the PDS are called fair price shops.

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