Letter to the Editor MCQ Class 10 | Multiple Choice | Download PDF

Letter to the Editor MCQ Class 10 Multiple Choice Download PDF

1.You are Amit/ Amita. You happened to take part in a medical camp organized by Health Club of your school in a remote village near Delhi. You are surprised to find that most of the people there have no awareness of basic health and hygiene. As a concerned citizen you decide to take up their cause and organize camps to make the villagers aware of the importance of hygiene. Complete the letter to the editor of a national newspaper, expressing your concern and encouraging youngsters to take part in such campaigns.

Answer:

47, COD colony Jaipur

18th February, 20 xx The Editor

The Hindu New Delhi 

 

Subject: (i)Sir,

(ii) I wish to draw the attention of the youngsters towards the negligent attitude of people towards basic health and hygiene. The villagers are not paying any attention to sanitation and personal hygiene which is leading them towards ill health. This hurdle can be overcome by

(iii) We can make these villagers aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle by means of discussions or health check-ups by specialists.

(iv) They must be taught that cleanliness is next to godliness. I invite youngsters through this letter of mine to volunteer their names so that we can put our plan into action. A little effort on our part will save these villagers from contracting serious diseases. Thanking you.

(v) Amita

Choose the correct option to fill the blanks:

(i)a)Create awareness about blood donation camp

b)Create awareness about health and hygiene.

c) Create awareness about conservation of environment.

d) Create awareness about global warming

(ii) a)Through the coloumns of your esteemed newspaper

b) In the coloumns of your esteemed newspaper

c) By the columns of your esteemed newspaper

d) From the coloumns of your esteemed newspaper

(iii) a) organising blood donation camp in these areas

b) organising cricket coaching camp in these areas

c) organising Health Camps in these areas

d) organising free vaccination camp in these areas.

(iv) a) A small school can be set up there for  routine learning.

b)A small dispensary can be set up there for routine checkups.

c) A small bank can be set up there for routine transactions

d) A small community hall can be set up for recreation

(v)a)Yours affectionately

b) Yours obediently

c) Yours lovingly

d) Yours sincerely

ANSWERS:-

(i) – b  

(ii) – a  

(iii) – c  

(iv) – b  

(v) – d

2. Though there is a movement like Sarvashiksha Abhiyan‘ and enrolling of underprivileged children in schools under RTE, there are still many children, who do not go to school, rather have never seen a school. It is indeed disturbing. Complete this letter to the editor of a national newspaper expressing your views and the steps to be taken.

87 A Saket Colony Agra

(i) The Editor

The Times of India New Delhi

Subject: (ii) Sir

Through the columns of your reputed newspaper, I wish to draw your attention towards the movement Sarvashiksha Abhiyan‘which aims at providing knowledge to all children. Even the act RTE-Right to Education also ensures education for all children between the ages of four to fourteen. But these movements and acts do not show themselves implemented anywhere especially in the underprivileged class.(iii) They either work as a domestic labour or work in factories, dhabas, etc. It is disturbing to note that our government‘s plans are not bearing any fruits. It is all because of (iv)We all need the help of print media as well as electronic media to spread messages of awareness to the masses. The underprivileged children must be made to realize that they have the right to get education. So, they must go to school. The foremost thing is to discourage (v) I hope you will pay attention to this noble cause and publish it in your newspaper.

Thanking you.

Yours sincerely

Siddharth Singh

Choose the correct option to fill the blanks:

(i) a)  24- 08-2021

b) 24-Aug-2021

c) 24/08/2021

d) 24-8-21

(ii) a) Providing shelter to the underprivileged

b) Providing food for the underprivileged

c) Providing Education to the Underprivileged

d) Providing clothes to the underprivileged

(iii) a) There are still many children who go to school.

b) There are still many children who do not go to school

c) There are still many people who go to work

d) There are still many people who do not go to work.

(iv)a) lack of awareness towards the RTE & National Literacy Movement.

b) lack of awareness towards Clean India Movement.

c) lack of awareness towards Fit India Movement.

d) Lack of awareness towards Digital India Movement.

(v)a) dowry system to so as to give these children a bright future.

b) untouchability so as to give these children a bright future.

c) inequality in society so as to give these children a bright future.

d) child-labour so as to give these children a bright future.

ANSWERS:-

(i) – b  

(ii) – c  

(iii) – b  

(iv) – a  

(v) – d

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3. Complete the letter to the Editor of The Hindu‘, New Delhi, about the scarcity of water in your locality suggesting ways to improve the position of water supply. You are Kunal/Karuna of Ghaziabad.

522, Railway Colony Ghaziabad

24th Aug , 20xx

(i)Subject: Poor Water Supply

Sir,

(ii) I wish to draw your attention towards the water supply in our colony. There is a great scarcity of water in our colony. We‘re supplied water for only 3-4 hours in the whole day. The pressure at that time is so low that it is very difficult to finish the chores in time. Moreover, sometimes (iii) unfit for use. Most of the times, there is a power- cut also at the same hours when water is supplied which affects us a lot.

So,(iv) to improve the quality of water supplied in our area and increase the hours of supply so that the residents of our area do not face the problem. Everyone is aware that water is our basic necessity and we cannot do without it. I hope some positive action will be taken by the authorities at the earliest.

Thanking you.

Yours truly

(v)                  

Choose the correct option to fill the blanks:

(i) a) The Hindu The Editor New Delhi

b) The Editor The Hindu New Delhi

c) New Delhi The Editor The Hindu

d) The Editor New Delhi The Hindu

(ii) a)Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper

b) In the columns of your esteemed newspaper

c) By the columns of your esteemed newspaper

d) From the columns of your esteemed newspaper

(iii) a) the water supplied is cold and icy.

b) the water supplied is hot and warm

c) the water supplied is dirty and unclean

d) the water supplied is clean and clear

(iv)a) I request the government concerned

b) I request the authorities concerned

c) I request the police concerned

d) I request the minister concerned

(v) a) Amit/Amita

b) Sumit/ Smita

c) Rajiv/Raji

d) Kunal/Karuna

ANSWERS:-

 (i) – b

(ii) –a

(iii) – c

(iv) – b

(v) – d

4. Complete the letter to the editor of a national daily urging the people to switch over to solar energy to conserve electricity and reduce electricity bills. You are Sumit/ Sumitra of 29, Panchsheel Garden, New Delhi.

29, Panchsheel Garden

New Delhi

20 February 20xx

The Editor

The Times of India New Delhi

Subject: Evoking awareness towards solar energy

Sir

(i)…… I wish to urge the people to use and install solar panels and preserve electricity.

With the growing population and ever-increasing demand for electricity, one needs to switch over to alternative modes like solar energy. The main advantage of using solar panels is that (ii)………………    Being able to store excess energy, one doesn’t use during the day and access this at night means (iii)  ……………….  New developments in solar energy systems for homes have encouraged (iv) ………………. ; thereby limiting the bills and saving electricity. I hope this would (v)  ………………. .

Yours faithfully

Sumit

(i) (a) Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper

(b) In the column of your magazine

(c) In the paragraph of the news

(d) Through the article for submission

(ii) (a) they produce natural water for the environment

(b) they produce greenhouse gas and do not pollute the environment

(c) they do not produce greenhouse gas and do not pollute the environment

(d) they do not produce natural gas for the environment

(iii) (a) everyone will buy more electricity from the grid

(b) one will be less reliant on buying electricity from the grid

(c) one will be less reliant on selling electricity to the grid

(d) everyone will pay more for their consumption

(iv) (a) people to switch over to non-conventional sources

(b) people not to switch over to non-conventional sources

 (c) only the rich people to make the switch

(d) people to exhaust more electricity

(v) (a) not persuade the people to act towards the environment

(b) persuade the people to spread the word

(c) enable the mankind to stay at peace

(d) persuade the people to act towards a healthy and clean environment

Answers:

(i) (a)           

(ii) (c)           

(iii) (b)            

(iv) (a)            

(v) (d)

Complete the letter to the editor of a local newspaper on the importance of education in the holistic personality development and nation building. You are Rohini/Rishabh of 11, Preet Vihar, Jaipur.

11, Preet Vihar

Jaipur

11 September 20xx

The Editor

The Times of India

Jaipur

Subject: Importance of education in nation building

Sir

Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to express my views regarding the role of education in (i) ……………………………………………………….…………………

The students are the architects of a free and modern nation. Education (ii)…………………………………………….as well as responsible citizens. Education restricts all the malpractices followed by the citizens. A pool of educated and empowered citizens can drive a nation towards (iii) …………………………………It is the responsibility (iv) ………………..to contribute to the development of a nation by fulfilling their respective duties.

I am sure educated people can contribute a lot to the nation’s prosperity. Education alone can dispel darkness and (v)………………… . 

Yours faithfully

Rishabh

(i) (a) building the personality of all the students

(b) building the personality of an individual as well as the nation

(c) the rural sectors of our nation

(d) increasing the wealth of the nation

(ii) (a) plays a pivotal role in the building of a nation

(b) plays an important role in our lives

(c) gives us an identity

(d) makes us aware of the good things

(iii) (a) becoming the richest nation in the world

(b) a better life for the upcoming students

(c) the realization of its dream of becoming a superpower

(d) the success it is supported to attain

(iv) (a) of all the social workers

(b) of both the government and the citizens

(c) of both the teachers and the students

(d) of only the adults

(v) (a) enlighten the path of prosperity and development

(b) provide a certain direction to the past

(c) brighten our minds

(d) make us become wiser

Answers:

(i) (b)            

(ii) (a)           

(iii) (c)           

(iv) (b)           

(v) (a)

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