Nios English (202) Free Solved TMA Assignment 2021-22

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Question And Answer

1. Answer any one of the following questions in about 40-60 words
(b) Mention the role of school children to reduce noise pollution. (See lesson 10)

Ans: There are many steps you can take to cut down noise. At school, for instance, instead of slamming books on a desk, place them quietly. Instead of walking noisily through the halls, walk quietly. Talking softly, not burning crackers. This role can be played by the school children to reduce noise pollution.

2. Answer any one of the following questions in about 40-60 words.
(a) The little girl was left alone in the house with Alice the cook. That was alright in the day time, but while Alice was putting her to bed she grew suddenly afraid. (See lesson 18)

  • Why was the little girl left all alone at home?
  • What was the mental state of the girl at that time?

Ans: Why was the little girl left all alone at home?
One day, Kezia's mother was hospitalized. Kezia's grandmother was also with her. Kezia was all alone with Alice, the cook

Ans: What was the mental state of the girl at that time?
Kezia feared that she would have a nightmare. Alice asked her not to scream and wake up her poor father

3. Answer any one of the following questions in about 40-60 words
(a) What was the financial condition of the Cattle – owning farmers and how was it improved by Dr. Kurien? (See lesson 24)

Ans: The people of Gujrat were mostly farmers. They reared cattle but remained poor. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel felt sad to see the miserable condition of the farmers. He was determined to bring prosperity into their lives. He decided to organize the farmer into a cooperative unit and provide them with a steady source of income.

4. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100-150 words.
(b) Read the following information about APJ Abdul Kalam and write 150 – 200 words about him. (See lesson 15)

Born – 15 October 1931 in Tamil Nadu.
Died - 27 July 2015 (aged – 83) in Meghalaya
Nationality – India
Alma Mater – St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli, Madras Institute of Technology.
Profession – Aerospace Scientist, Author
Notable Works – Wings of fire, India 2020, Ignited Minds, Indomitable Spirit,
Career – Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Indian Space
Research Organization (ISRO)
Political Career – 11th President of India in 2002

Ans: Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was born in the island town of Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu on October 15, 1931. He had his schooling at Rameshwara Panchayat Elementary School, Rameshwaram, and Schwartz School, Rameshwaram. He did B.Sc from St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli. He studied Aeronautical Engineering at Madras Institute Of Technology. APJ Abdul Kalam spent most of his childhood in financial problems and worked at an early age to supplement his family’s income. He was an Aerospace Scientist and author. He was the chief scientific adviser to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of Defence Research And Development Organisation (DRDO) from July 1992 to December 1999. He won fame with the SLV-3 project at ISRO.
He has authored the book name, Ignited Mind: unleashing the power within India.
His notable works: wings of fire, India 2020 Ignited Minds, Indomitable spirit. He was closely associated with the Honey Bee Network and the National innovation foundation. He is an iconic and inspirational figure among the masses, he is immensely loved and adored by the children of India. His clean image and ability to inspire the youths in India macle him the Bharat Ka Paryavaran Ambassador.

The first Asian to be bestowed upon with Hoover Medal, America’s top engineering prize, for outstanding contribution to the Public on April 29, 2009. He was honored with the nation’s highest civilian honors: The Padma Bhushan In 1981, The Padma Vibhushan in 1990, and the Bharat Ratna in 1997 for his work with ISRO and DRDO and his role as a scientific advisor to the Indian government. He becomes the 11th President of India, serving from 2002 - 2007, and was popularly known as the peoples’ President. He died on 27 July 2015 (aged -83) in Meghalaya.

5. Answer any one of the following questions in about 100-150 words
(b) “There is enough in the nature for human need but not for human greed”. Discuss the statement taking ideas from the lesson “The Village Pharmacy “. Also, discuss the importance of trees and the natural resources that we are blessed with to support our life. (See lesson 21)

Ans: “There is enough in nature for human need but not for human greed.” This powerful statement was given by Mahatma Gandhi. If we discuss this statement taking ideas from the lesson “The village pharmacy’ it would be a fine example.
In this lesson, Grandpa narrates the medicine value of neem. He tells about Mahatma Gandhi he used to conduct prayers at the SabarmatiAshram under a neem tree. His daily diet had a neem leaf chutney also there are lots of things in nature for the human neem as described in the lesson the village pharmacy. Neem has the potential to increase the fertility of the soil. It acts as a good insect repellent and is eco-friendly. It is resistant to more than two hundred different types of insects. It has proved itself as a good pesticide. Its fallen leaves are rich in organic content and serve as good manure. It gives cool shade there can be a fall in temperature up to 10ÂșC in the summer months under a neem tree in comparison to the surroundings thus, it is a natural air conditioner.

IMPORTANCE OF TREE AND NATURAL RESOURCES:
Trees are an essential part of nature without trees, no living being can sustain their lives. Trees give us fresh air to breathe, Provide us good food to eat, and shelter from sunlight. Trees also form a safe habitat for many wild creatures. Just like trees, natural resources are also too much essential for survival on this earth without them we cannot imagine our human life all resources are either directly or indirectly connected with others.
So there is enough in nature for the human need if we use it without any unnecessary exploitation and can satisfy the needs of human beings generation after generation greed is the most potent evil weakening mankind.

6. Prepare any one project out of the given below:
(a) We hear and read about female foeticide in remote areas of our country which is an evil practice. In some areas, females are tortured for giving birth to a girl child. Take up a
project and find out the causes behind this evil practice and the measures to uproot this
wrongful practice from our society.

Ans: FEMALE FOETICIDE:
Female foeticide is a medical procedure in this procedure a female fetus is aborted in the womb of the pregnant woman after identifying the gender of the fetus through ultrasound. This is illegal in India and a big social issue.

CAUSES OF FEMALE FOETICIDE:
We hear and read about female foeticide in remote areas of our country which is an evil practice. This is absolutely right that in some areas females are tortured for giving birth to a girl child. There are some major causes behind female foeticide.

BOYS ARE PRODUCERS:
Some believe that a son is a cause for joy and lifetime security and celebration. They think that only boys are an investment and girl child is a cause of economic drain. Son will carry the name of the family.

MALE DOMINATING SOCIETY:
Some believe that in a male-dominated society, it is easy to bring up a boy, and having a boy would grow the family’s lineage and would secure their parent’s future.

GIRLS ARE ALWAYS CONSUMERS:
Some believe that to grow up and take up a girl is a big issue and involves troubles. They also think that a girl child is a cause of economic drain as her marriage and dowry will crush the family under a huge burden of debts.

DOWRY SYSTEM:
The girls are considered married off with enormous dowry. On the other hand, the groom’s side can demand dowry in marriage from the bride’s family for their son.
Besides it, poverty, illiteracy, and insecurity play a major role in this major social issue.

MEASURE TO CONTROL FEMALE FOETICIDE:
We all know that female foeticide is a social evil and crime. We should notice the cause of female foeticide in Indian Society. Some measures are:
  • Low must be implemented and one should be surely punished if found guilty for this unkind exercise.
  • Permanent cancellation of license should be done if it is going on medical practice.
  • The marketing of medical tools should be a ban, specifically for illegal sex determination and abortion.
  • Parents must be a friend and punish those who want to kill their baby girl.
  • Seminars and campaigns should be regularly held to aware people, especially young couples.
  • Women should be aware so that they can raise their voices against this crime and they can be more attentive to their rights.

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