(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2021-22 : National Cadet Corps (NCC)

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(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2020-21 : (National Cadet Corps)


  • Class- X National Cadet Corps (NCC)

  • Sample Question Paper 2021-22

  • Max. Marks: 80

  • Duration:3 hours


1. What is the weight of the bullet of the .22 rifle?
a) 40 gms 
b) 42 gms
c) 41 gms 
d) 43 gms

2. The angle formed between toe to toe in attention position is:
a) 45 degree
b) 20 degree
c) 30 degree
d) 10 degree

3. What is the average requirement of sleep in a day?
a) 6 to 7 hrs. 
b) 7 to 8 hrs.
c) 8 to 9 hrs. 
d) None of the above

4. Why is Weapons Training necessary?
a) For self-defense 
b) For attack
c) For hobby
d) For show off

5. Drill is taught to NCC cadets to imbibe:
a) Strength 
b) Discipline
c) Endurance
d) Leadership skills

6. The distance between the heels in stand-at-ease position is:
a) 12 inches
b) 13 inches
c) 14 inches 
d) 15 inches

7. The weight of .22 Rifle MK IV is:
a) 4 kg 
b) 3.93 kg
c) 2.78 kg 
d) 3.20 kg

8. Drill brings about the coordination between:
a) Hand & Legs
b) Legs & Mind
c) Mind & Body
d) Rifle & Body

9. How many degrees does the cadet turn in wheeling?
a) 45
b) 60
c) 75 
d) 90

10. Why is 'Forming of a squad' done?
a) Change the formation
b) change the direction
c) Halt 
d) saluting

11. The weight of .22 Deluxe Rifle is
a) 8 lbs 10 oz 
b) 6 lbs 3 oz
c) 8 lbs 2 oz 
d) 6 lbs 2 oz

12. While passing an Officer, salute will be given at which pace?
a) Second 
b) Third
c) Fourth
d) Sixth

13. The length of bullet of .22 Rifle is:
a) 12mm
b) 13mm
c) 10mm 
d) 14mm

14. The motto of N.C.C. was adopted on:
a) 23rd Dec 1947 
b) 23rd Dec 1957
c) 25th Dec 1957
d) 25th Dec 1947

15. What is the Composition and Strength for Guard of Honor for the Vice President and Prime Minister?
a) 50
b) 75
c) 100 
d) 150

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