NCERT Solutions for Class 4 EVS Chapter 6

NCERT Solutions for Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Omana’s Journey all question answers updated for new academic session CBSE and other State Board free to use based on latest curriculum 2021-2022.

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NCERT Solutions for Class 4 EVS Chapter 6

Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Question Answers Set 1

Why was it so crowded at the door of the coach?

it so crowded at the door of the coach because people do not like to wait. When train stop at station they were in a hurry to board or get down the train all at once.

Have you ever travelled in a train? When?

Yes, several time I always travel in the train when I go to my nani’s house.

What food would you like to take with you when you travel? Why?

I would like to take fruits, biscuits, puri, vegetables, mithai, etc.

What does the ticket-checker do?

The ticket-checker checks the tickets of the passengers and whether the passengers are sitting on their proper seats or not.

How will you recognise the ticket-checker?

A ticket-checker is in black coat. There is a name tag on his chest. There is a batch on both of his shoulders showing ‘TTE’.

Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Question Answers Set 2

What did Omana see from the window?

From the window, Omana saw many fields, villages and the setting Sun. All these things seemed to be running in the opposite direction due to the fast speed of the train.

What are some of the things that are sold at Railway stations?

At Railway Station There are so many stalls which sale books, toys, fast foods, tea, coffee, and cold drink, etc.

Why do you think there was no water in the bathroom of the train? Discuss.

Passengers usually waste water filled in the trains. Or sometimes it is not filled properly.

Imagine that you are going on a long train journey. What are the things that you will take with you to help pass the time?

The things that help us pass the time on a long train journey are story books.

Can you recognise who are these people shown in the picture? What work do they do? Discuss.

As shown in picture the recognition of peoples as: 1. Coolie 2. Signal man or guard 3. Train driver 4. Ticket collector or ticket checker 5. Policeman 6. Sweeper 7. Ticket vendor. These people have different work as mention below:
1. Coolie: He carries luggage of passengers on the platform.
2. Signal man or guard: He gives signal for trains to move or stop.
3. Train driver: He drives the train.
4. Ticket collector or ticket checker: He checks all passengers’ tickets.
5. Railway Police: He checks the security of passengers in the train and on the railway station.
6. Sweeper: He cleans trains and platforms.
7. Ticket seller: A ticket seller sells tickets.



Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Extra Question Answers Set 1

If you plan to go on a trip to Mumbai by train, enlist the things you would need to check before boarding the train.

The following information is required to be checked before boarding the train-
• Name and Number of the train
• Departure time of the train
• Platform number on which it is arriving
• Coach and Berth/Seat from the Reservation Chart.

Why were Omana and her best friend Radha excited?

Omana and her best friend Radha were very excited as they were going on a train trip to Kerala. Omana was going to her grandmother’s house and Radha was going with her family for a holiday. They had made so many plans about what they would do together on the trip.

Where is Kozhikode?

Kozhikode is in Kerala.

What happened to Radha just two days before the journey?

Just two days before the journey, Radha fell down from the bicycle and fractured her leg, so her family had to cancel their tickets. Her leg was put in a fracture and the doctor told her not to move her legs for six weeks.

What did Radha’s Amma tell Onama?

Radha’s Amma told Omana to write a diary of his travel so that when he will come back , he can share it with Radha and she could read everything about the trip.

Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Extra Question Answers Set 2

Why was there a confusion at the railway station?

When the train came, there was so much confusion as some people were getting off and others were pushing and trying to put their luggage inside, all from one door.

What did Omana do on reaching the platform?

As soon as he reached the station with his family, they checked their names on the reservation chart. Soon the train reached the platform. They somehow managed to get in, find our seats and put our luggage under them. By the time the train started, most people had found their seats and arranged their luggage.

What did Omana see from the window?

Omana saw many fields, villages, sunset and natural sceneries.

What is the role of a ticket checker?

A ticket checker is responsible for-
• checking the ticket and then matches it with the passenger’s identity card.
• Checking that the passenger occupies the correct seat and travels comfortably.

What would happen if we do not buy a train ticket?

If we do not buy a train ticket and are caught travelling without a ticket on Indian Railways, you’ll face a penalty. You will have to pay a minimum fine of ₹ 250, along with the cost of the ticket for the distance you have travelled. If you fail to pay the penalty it can result in being imprisoned for up to six months.

What is a berth? How many berths are there in a train?

A berth is a bed, usually stacked like bunk beds, on a train. If you’re on an overnight train, you may want to rest or sleep on a berth instead of sitting up all night. There are three berths in atrain-
• Lower berth
• Middle berth
• Upper berth




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Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Extra Question Answers Set 3

Why was it so crowded at the door of the coach when Omana’s family were getting in?

It was so crowded at the door of the coach when Omana’s family were getting in because everyone was in a hurry to enter or exit the train with their luggage.

Who are the people Omana has mentioned, who were travelling with her family in their compartment?

Omana had made some friends Sunil and Anni who were travelling with them in their compartment. They were going to their grandmother’s house in Kozhikode.

Why should we carry an I-Card while travelling in a train?

We should carry an I-Card while travelling in the train because when the ticket checker comes to check our details and he can match our ticket with the passenger’s I-Card.

How was the weather by the evening?

The weather was pleasant by the evening as there was some breeze now. The sun was slowly setting and the sky had become orange

How do you think crowding at the door of the coach can be avoided?

I think we can avoid over-crowding at the door of the coach can be avoided as people entering the coach should use one door and those getting out of the coach should use the other people should also follow the queue while getting in or out of a train.

We should keep the trains clean. Give reasons for the answer.

We should keep the trains clean because if we keep the trains dirty, someone can fall or slip from what has been thrown and it will also result in smell and germs and may make someone vomit too.

What the main things in chapter 6 are of class 4th EVS that have a science part in it?

In this chapter, you will notice the various jobs that the little girl witness in her journey to Kerala. She wrote all about her journey and the major things she saw during the travel. Now the chapter is not all that big which can contain the destination too.

All that information about a journey is given in chapter 6 of EVs class 4th. What does this chapter teach us?

We have seen so many stories about travel on TV on the major infotainment channels for the people who cannot travel. It is for the people who travel such far is out of their reach but they have this desire to see and learn about the people and experience while travel this far one can get. Books are being published and this chapter is one such example. Nowadays people can see video examples of such travel experiences but at that time cameras were not that accessible so letters and diaries were some of the best ways to explain.

Do you think chapter 6 of EVS from Class 4 NCERT is easy to cover in one day?

The chapter is easy to learn but every other child has their own speed to learn and grasp things and it is on them how fast they can learn memories the story because this chapter is about the learning the experience that Radha had during the journey to Kerala in train.

How do you suggest completing the 6th chapter of EVS from class 4th NCERT?

The best way to read the story thoroughly once complete is then try to read the chapter once again but this time try to highlight the important points in the chapter. Then you will understand what are the most important things to cover in the chapter and once complete the chapter practice the exercise once and you will be able to compete for the chapter and memorize it at the same time.