Imp Questions of Science 1 of Maharashtra Board SSC

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Most IMP Questions of Science 1 SSC Board 2021

Chapter 1: Gravitation

  • State newton’s universal law of gravitation mathematically.
  • Give Kepler’s first and third law for planetary motion.
  • Explain the variation in the value of gravitational acceleration (g) along the surface, with height and depth
  • One numerical on newton’s universal law of gravitation
  • What do you mean by free fall 
  • Explain why the value of ‘g’ is zero at the center of the Earth.

Chapter 2: Periodic Classification of Elements

  • Explain Dobereiner’s Triads with example (Li, Na, K)
  • Give the Mendeleev’s Periodic law and Modern Periodic law
  • What are the demerits of Mendeleev’s Periodic Table?
  • What do you mean by Periodic Trends and list trends
  • Explain the terms; valency, atomic size/atomic radius, electronic configuration, transition metals, alkali metals, halogens, noble gases, lanthanides, and actinides
  • How many periods, groups, blocks, and elements are in the modern periodic table?
  • Give Reason: Metallic character goes on decreasing while going from left to right
  • Give Reason: Atomic radius/size goes on increasing down a group
  • Give Reason: Atomic radius/size goes on decreasing left to right in the periods
  • Give Reason: Group 18 elements are also called noble gases.

Chapter 3: Chemical Reactions and Equations

  • Explain with examples: combination reactions, decomposition reactions, displacement reactions, catalyst, oxidation, and reduction.
  • Distinguish between exothermic and endothermic reactions.
  • List the factors affecting the rate of a chemical reaction
  • Determine which reactions are oxidation and reduction OR exothermic and endothermic
  • Maybe one example balance the given chemical equation.

Chapter 4: Effect of electric current

  • Formula and units for electric current(I), resistance (R), electrical power (P), Heat, Potential Difference (P.D or V)
  • State the principle: electric motor, electric generator, ammeter, voltmeter, galvanometer.
  • Explain Fleming’s left-hand rule, right-hand thumb rule.
  • Give Reason: For electric transmission, copper or aluminum wire is used.
  • Why Fuse is important in the electric circuit?
  • Explain the terms: short circuit, overloading.
  • What do you mean by electromagnet?
  • What is the frequency of electricity in India? And explain what is the frequency?

Chapter 5: Heat

  • Distinguish between specific latent heat of fusion and vaporization.
  • Give the SI units of Heat
  • Explain in brief: Anomalous behavior of water
  • What is humidity? and give the formula to calculate relative humidity.
  • Give the ‘principle of heat change’.
  • A numerical on the formula of energy gained or released.

Chapter 6: Refraction of Light

  • What is the refraction of light? Dispersion of light?
  • State the laws of refraction of light.
  • Give the definition of the refractive index of the material.
  • Draw ray diagram, when light is passed from rarer to denser OR denser to rarer medium.
  • At least two numerical on the formula of refractive index
  • What is the reason for the twinkling of the stars?

Chapter 7: Lenses

  • Explain the terms, center of curvature (C), Radius of curvature R, and focal length.
  • Explain the magnification, power of the lens.
  • Formula and unit for the power of the lens
  • Give reason: Simple microscope is used for watch repairs.
  • Distinguish between: Convex and Concave lens.
  • One numerical on focal length.
  • Human eye-related terms: iris, retina, pupil
  • Any two uses of concave lenses

Chapter 8: Metallurgy

  • Why calcium shows different reaction with water
  • The reaction of metal with HCl
  • Which are the high reactive metals
  • Explain, ionic compounds, ionic bonds.
  • Why ionic compounds are hard in nature?
  • Why melting point and boiling point of ionic compounds are higher?
  • Give the formula of bauxite, rust, alumina, silica, and caustic soda.
  • What do you mean by gangue?
  • What is corrosion and give all possible methods for prevention of it?
  • Give reason: Sodium is always kept in the kerosene.
  • Formation of NaCl and MgCl2 by ionic bond
  • Neat labeled diagram of the magnetic separation method.
  • What is the difference between ore and minerals?
  • Roasting and calcination
  • Halls process and Bayer’s process
  • Explain Leaching process

Chapter 9: Carbon Compounds

  • Difference between ionic compounds and covalent compounds
  • Explain the terms: catenation power, 
  • Draw the electron dot structure of methane, ethane.
  • What is meant by hydrocarbons gives its classification.
  • Define alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes with their general formula, examples.
  • Explain the isomerism or isomers with suitable examples
  • Give the possible isomers of pentane or hexane
  • Explain aromatic compounds with suitable examples.
  • What are the functional groups?
  • Explain the homologous series with a specific example.
  • What are the characteristics of the homologous series?
  • Define alkyl group with example. 
  • What are the isoalkanes, isoalkanes?
  • How to convert ethanol to ethanoic acid?
  • How to convert unsaturated hydrocarbons to saturated hydrocarbons.
  • Give the reaction chlorination of methane (substitution reaction of carbon compounds)
  • Write all physical properties of ethanol and ethanoic acid/acetic acid.
  • Give the Esterification Reaction.

Chapter 10: Space Mission

  • What is meant by artificial satellite, and what gives its types?
  • What are the types of satellites?
  • The first artificial satellite
  • Define critical velocity, escape velocity. 
  • Explain the structure of satellite Launch Vehicles (PSLV)
  • Why are geostationary satellites not useful for studies of polar regions
  • Explain your opinion If the height of the orbit of a satellite increases, its velocity must also increase.
  • If the mass of a planet is eight times the mass of the earth and its radius of the earth, what will be the escape velocity for that planet? that planet.

IMP Questions of Science 2 SSC Board 2021 

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Chapter 1: Heredity and Evolution

  • What is meant by heredity and evolution
  • What do you mean by Translation & Translocation
  • Evidence of Evolution (any four)
  • Write a note on connecting link, Lamarckism.
  • Define heredity. Explain the mechanism of hereditary changes
  • Evidence of evolution
  • Define fossil. Explain the importance of fossils as proof of evolution.

2. Life Processes in Living Organisms Part 1

  • What is meant by cellular respiration?
  • Define: aerobic respiration, glycolysis
  • Distinguish between aerobic and anaerobic respiration
  • Distinguish between Mitosis and meiosis
  • Give reason: cell division is one of the important nutrients. 
  • With the help of suitable diagrams, explain the mitosis in detail.
  • Explain the Kreb’s cycle with reaction.

3. Life Processes in Living Organisms Part 2

  • Distinguish between sexual and asexual reproduction.
  • Types of asexual reproduction (unicellular and multicellular)
  • Explain with a diagram: Binary Fission, Multiple Fission, Spore Formation.
  • What do you mean by fertilization, and gamete formation?
  • Sketch the labeled diagrams: female reproductive system, flower with its sexual reproductive organs.
  • The gender of a child is determined by the male partner of the couple. Explain with reasons whether this statement is true or false.
  • Give the names: Hormones related to the male and female reproductive system, Types of twins, Any two sexual diseases, Methods of family planning, important sexual organs of male and female reproductive systems
  • Explain the Menstrual cycle

4. Environmental Management

  • Define ecosystem, food chain, pyramid of energy, pollution, environment
  • Basic functional unit used to study the ecology is called as
  • Complete the food chain: Grasshopper – Snake – Paddy field –Eagle – Frog.
  • Write note on: Biodiversity, Disaster and its management
  • Write the factors affecting the environment
  • Give the examples of biodiversity, ecosystem
  • How can biodiversity be conserved?

5. Towards Green Energy

  • What are the turbines and their functions?
  • Explain the conversion of energy with examples.
  • Distinguish between Conventional and Non-conventional sources of energy.
  • What is meant by green energy?
  • Which energy sources can be called green energy sources and why? Give example.
  • What are the advantages and limitations of solar energy?
  • Explain with diagram step-by-step energy conversion in nuclear power plant, hydroelectric power plant
  • Why nuclear waste safely disposition is a big challenge before scientists.

6. Animal Classification

  • Complete the chart on the characteristics of the animal’s category, class, or phylum
  • Give reason: Our body irritates if it comes in contact with jellyfish.
  • Give reason: All vertebrates are chordates but all chordates are not vertebrates.
  • Write the characters of each of the following animals with the help of the classification: Bath sponge, frog/tod, jellyfish.
  • Class Aves and Mammalia are the important classes
  • Explain the phylum Porifera
  • Draw neat labeled: Hydra, starfish.

7. Introduction to Microbiology

  • How the bread and other products produced using baker’s yeast are nutritious.
  • Explain clean technology
  • Explain Bioinsecticides, antibiotics.
  • What is the role of microbes in compost production?
  • What are the benefits of mixing ethanol with petrol and diesel?
  • Which precautions are necessary for the proper decomposition of domestic waste?
  • Explain the importance of biopesticides in organic farming.

8. Cell Biology and Biotechnology

  • Explain the term Cytology, Insecticides, organic farming, 
  • Biotechnology
  • Write a note on White revolution, Green Revolution, Biotechnology: Professional uses, 
  • Which precautions will you take during the spraying of pesticides?
  • Explain the meaning of vaccination.
  • Uses of stem cells.
  • Write a comparative note on the usefulness and harmfulness of biotechnology.

9. Social Health

  • Which factors affect the social health
  • Explain the importance of good communication with others
  • Stress management
  • What will you do? In any particular situation?

10. Disaster Management

  • Write notes on the Nature of disaster management, Mock Drill.
  • Give the reasons for the increase in human disasters after World War II.
  • Why is it essential to get the training in first aid?
  • Which different aspects of disaster management would you check for your school? Why
  • Some symbols are given below.
  • Explain those symbols. Which disasters may occur if those symbols are ignored?

So, friends, I hope that, you will find these all questions very useful for your upcoming SSC board examinations.

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