# NIOS Class 10 Home Science Chapter 15 Management of Time and Energy

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## NIOS Class 10 Home Science Chapter 15 Management of Time and Energy

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### Management of Time and Energy

Chapter: 15

[Book – II] HOME SCIENCE

Intext Questions 15.1.

Q.1. Classify the following activities into flexible and inflexible activities, keeping in mind that these are for your parents.

Ans:

Q.2. List the steps of making a time plan.

Ans: (a) Listing all the activities.

(b) Grouping flexible and inflexible activities.

(c) Estimating time required for performing each activity.

(d) Balancing.

Intext Questions 15.2.

Q.1. State whether the following statements are true or false. If false, write the correct statement below it:

(a) And energy are closely related to each other. True/False

Ans: True.

(b) Time can be utilized more effectively if time -plan is not made. True/False

Ans: False. Time can be utilized effectively only if time schedule is prepared.

(c) When we combine two or three activities together it is known as dovetailing. True/False

Ans: True.

(d) While preparing time plan there is no need to think about number of activities to be performed. True/False

Ans: False. Considering number of activities to be performed is very important while preparing time schedule.

Q.2. A list of some activities is given below. State whether light, moderate or heavy work is required to be done to perform these activities.

(a) Preparing notes ______________________.

Ans: Moderate.

(b) Mopping house ______________________.

Ans: Heavy.

(c) Diwali cleaning ______________________.

Ans: Heavy.

(d) Cycling ____________________.

Ans: Heavy.

Ans: Light.

(f) Telling a story_______________________.

Ans: Light.

Intext Questions 15.3.

Q.1. List several ways by which the following persons will save energy while doing their work:

(a) A child studying in class V.

(b) A farmer.

(c) A housekeeper.

Ans: We can save energy by:

1. By doing the activities in a better order.

2. By cutting out all extra movement.

3. By being more skilled at our work.

4. By working the correct posture at work.

5. By working at proper heights.

6. By keeping things close at hand.

7. By using labour sewing device.

Q.2. Given below in the box are activities required to clean and rearrange the house. List them in the correct order in the space given below:

Ans:

Terminal Exercise

Q.1. What are the advantages of preparing a time plan?

Ans: Advantages of making a time:

1. We can finish all your work in limited time.

2. We can find time to rest.

3. We can find the time to do things which we like such as hobbies, playing watching movies etc.

4. We do more work.

5. Work done is of better quality.

Q.2. Differentiate between heavy , moderate and light work. Give one example of each.

Ans:

Q.3. Why is it important to categorize activities of work?

Ans: 1. Find time for rest and relaxation

2. Finish all your work efficiently with out feeling tired.

3. Do more productive work in less time.

4. Better quality of work is done.

5. You are saved from last minute tensions and confusion.

Q.4. What do you understand by the term dovetailing and how does it help to save time?

Ans: Doing two or more activities at the same time which is called as”dovetailing” of activities. Example:

1. Fill water in washing machine, add detergent and start washing.

2. Firs put water on stove for boiling dal.

3. Clean and wash dal and put it in water for cooking.

4. Wash and cut vegetables and keep for cooking.

5. Wash dishes while cooking and washing of clothes is going on.

6. Wind up kitchen cooking.

7. Wind up washing of clothes and drying .

Also while doing dishes you can listen to music or radio. Thus by dovetailing activities, we can save time.

Q.5. Your mother has to leave home for two days. All the family members have been assigned different tasks being performed by her. You have been assigned the task of cleaning the house.

Ans: 1. Make a list for all works.

2. Divides works on brother/sister.

3. Planning a time schedule then done for easily follow.

4. Use labour saving devices.

5. First: dusting rooms, sweeping, mopping (using on wipper).

6. Second: wash clothes (using on washing machine).

7. Third: my brother doing on Clothes ironing.

8. Fourth: my sister went to market purchased vegetables.

9. My mother not make a list for works and time plan.

10. She cannot use a thing of labour saving devices.

SOME OTHER IMPORTANT QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATION

Multiple Choice Questions

1. An advance plan of what we are going to do in a given time period is termed as:

(a) Time plan.

(b) Energy plan.

(c) Energy management.

(d) None of the above.

Ans: (a) Time plan.

2. Time plan can be a plan for:

(a) Morning.

(b) Afternoon.

(c) Full day.

(d) All of the above.

Ans: (d) All of the above.

3. Which of the following is not an advantage of making a time plan?

(a) One can find time to rest.

(b) We can’t do more work.

(c) Work done is of better quality.

(d) Saves the last minute tensions and confusion.

Ans: (b) We can’t do more work.

4. Which of the following is an example of an impractical time plan?

(a) 7.00 am-7.05 am – is get ready for office.

(b) 9.30 am – 11.00am – finish cleaning the house.

(c) 11.00 am-11.30 am – bathe and get ready.

(d) 1.30p.m.2.00pm – clean the kitchen.

Ans: (a) 7.00 am-7.05am – is get ready for office.

5. We can save time by

(a) Not wasting time.

(b) Using labour saving equipment.

(c) Making time plans and strictly following them.

(d) All of the above.

Ans: All of the above.

6. Which of the following is not an advantage of an impractical time plan?

(a) There is no enough time for doing each activity.

(b) There is no extra time for unexpected happenings.

(c) Both ‘(a)’ and ‘(b)’.

(d) None of the above.

Ans: (c) Both ‘a’ and ‘b’.

7. The method in which two or three activities are done at the same time is known as:

(a) Dovetailing.

(b) Multifarious work.

(c) Multi Activities.

(d) None of the above.

Ans: (a) Dovetailing.

8. Time plan helps you:

(a) Finish all the work in time.

(b) Find time to rest.

(c) Find time to enjoy yourself.

(d) All of the above.

Ans: (d) All of the above.

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