Short Answer Question.

  1. What do the ovaries do?

The ovaries are reproductive organs in females that produce eggs (ova) and secrete hormones, primarily estrogen and progesterone, which are crucial for regulating the menstrual cycle, fertility, and the development of secondary sexual characteristics.

  1. Introduce mental health.

Mental health refers to the state of our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act, and it also determines how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Good mental health is essential at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

  1. How is attention performed in drill? Mention its ways in brief.

In drill, attention is performed by standing upright with feet together, heels touching, and toes pointing outwards slightly. Arms are kept straight along the sides of the body, hands closed into fists with thumbs pointing down. The head is held high, eyes looking forward, and the body remains still and alert. Commands such as “Attention!” prompt this position, requiring immediate and precise response.

  1. What relay races are there nearby your home and school? Name any two types of relay games.

Nearby my home and school, there are likely various relay races organized during sports events or school activities. Two types of relay games are:

  • 4×100 Meter Relay: Teams of four runners each run a 100-meter segment, passing a baton to the next runner.
  • Medley Relay: Teams run different distances in a sequence, for example, one runner may run 200 meters, the next 400 meters, another 800 meters, and the final runner 1600 meters.
  1. Mention how it is possible to distinguish which vowel belongs to which octave in swaralipi of harmonium.

In the swaralipi (notation) of harmonium, different symbols or annotations are used to distinguish which vowel belongs to which octave. For example:

  • The middle octave notes are written in regular form.
  • The lower octave notes might have a dot below the note.
  • The higher octave notes might have a dot above the note. These visual cues help in identifying the specific octave for each vowel.
  1. Illustrate the statement with an example that local folk instruments promote our original tradition.

Local folk instruments, such as the madal in Nepal, promote our original tradition by preserving and showcasing the unique cultural heritage through music. For instance, the madal is an integral part of traditional Nepali music and is used in folk songs, dances, and ceremonies. Its distinctive sound and playing style reflect the cultural identity and history of the region, helping to keep traditional practices alive and passed down through generations.

  1. Write the name of any two parts of the human brain.

Two parts of the human brain are:

  • Cerebrum: The largest part of the brain, responsible for cognitive functions such as thinking, learning, memory, and voluntary movement.
  • Cerebellum: Located under the cerebrum, it is responsible for coordination, balance, and fine motor control.

 

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