CBSE Class 9th English (Communicative) Solved Guess Paper SA-2: Set-I (2016)
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Q. Read the passage given below:
Palla Kacliyam in Andhra Paradesh's East Godavari district produces brooms. Cleanliness is a byproduct here. Tekemudi Rambabu introduced this cottage industry to the village, which is 25 km from Rajahmundry city. He is now the village sarpanch. "I used to bring broom grass from Nepal and distribute it to families in the village," he said. I insisted that they take this up as a business.” In those days, the main market for finished brooms was Vijayawada.
Geddam Raja Rao said, "A gottam cheepuru [ordinary broom] brings a profit of five to ten rupees." The raw material Assam gaddi (grass) or Nepal gaddi comes in 50kg sacks costing Rs. 4,600 each. Around 300 brooms can be made from a sack of grass. The raw material is brought twice a week.
To make a broom, the grass is gathered in a bunch and levelled at the bottom. A plastic grip is then fixed on the top of the broom handle; each grip costs Rs. 3. The grip is stuffed with fillers to tighten the bunch. To further reinforce the broom handle, colourful plastic ribbons are woven into the grass stalks.
Around 200 families are involved in this business in the village. The business is not restricted to a specific caste. Some families devote themselves to marketing the products. All castes in the village are involved in this business. Brooms made in Vijayawada are much better in quality, but they are also expensive.
Q. On the basis of your reading of the above passage, complete the following sentences:
(a) Cleanliness is a byproduct at _______________
(b) The village sarpanch introduced this cottage industry to the village. Name the village sarpanch? _____________________
(c) The broom grass was brought from ______________________
(d) An ordinary broom also named as __________ brings a profit of five to ten rupees.
(e) Give the meaning of ‘filled with’ _____________________
(a) Palla Kadiyam
(b) Tekemudi Rambabu
(d) Gottam cheepuru