Niketan Class 6 English Chapter 6 Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman

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Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman

Chapter – 6

ENGLISH

SHANKARDEV SISHU VIDYA NIKETAN

TEXTUAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

A.  Complete the following sentences in your own words. 

(1) The British Government honoured Raman with the title of ‘Sir’ because of his discovery of Raman Effect. 

(2) Raman’s ideals and works will inspire our generations to come so that many scientists follow his foot prints and bring glory to India. 

(3) Raman could get his first research paper published in London because there was no research facility available in the country. 

(4) Raman’s mortal body is not with us today but his ideas and works will inspire our generations in future.

B.  Answer the following :

(a)  When and where was Raman born? 

Ans: Raman was born on November 7,1888 in a small village of Tamil Nadu, near Tiruchirapalli. 

(b)  What was the reason of his keen interest in physics? 

Ans: His father was a professor of physics in a college and that was the reason of his keen interest in physics. 

(c)  What is Compton Effect? 

Ans: According to Compton Effect, the frequency of X -rays change as they pass through a material. This change in frequency is material specific. 

(d)  When and why was Raman given the Nobel Prize? 

Ans: Raman was awarded Nobel Prize in 1930 for his discovery of Raman Effect. 

(e)  Write briefly about Raman’s love towards children? 

Ans: Raman loved children very much. He was often seen playing, telling stories and doing scientific activities with children. 

Additional questions

1. At what age did Raman pass his matriculation? 

Ans: Raman passed his matriculation at the age of 11.

2. At what age did Raman past his intermediate? 

Ans: Raman passed his intermediate at the age of 13.

3. In which college did he study? 

Ans: He studied at Presidency College, Madras. 

4. When did Raman die? 

Ans: Raman died in the morning of 21 November, 1970.

5. How much time did Raman take for experimentation of Raman Effect? 

Ans: Raman took only four months for experimentation and he discovered Raman Effect. 

6. How did the British Govt.honour him? 

Ans: The British government honoured him with the title of ‘sir’ in 1929.

Grammar and usage

1. Give opposite of the following words :

Brilliant – dull

Start – end

Later – before

Like – dislike 

Young – old 

Available – unavailable 

Honour – dishonour

Additional

Complete – incomplete 

Direct – indirect

Honest – dishonest

Kind – cruel

Correct – incorrect 

Possible – impossible 

Regular- irregular 

Violence – nonviolence 

2. Choose the correct words and fill in the blanks :

(a)  Tulsidas lived during Akbar’s………… (rain/reign)

Ans: Reign

(b)  The ship set……….. at dawn (sail/sale)

Ans: Sail

(c)  Snakes live in……….. (whole/hole)

Ans: Hole 

(d)  Two and two make………… (four /fore) 

Ans: Four

(e)  He is a man of………… (principal /principle) 

Ans: Principle 

3. Match the following :

(a)  Badminton – (v) court

(b) Chess – (vi) board

(c)  Foot ball – (iv) field

(d) Race – (ii) course 

(e) Hockey – (i) ground 

(f) Wrestling – (iii) arena

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