Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ

Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of Fibre to Fabric. This includes all the questions with NCERT Intext Questions, Keywords based questions and Extra Questions confined to NCERT Books updated for session 2021-22.

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Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ for 2021-22

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Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ for Exams

Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ are given below covering the entire chapter and updated for new academic session 2021-22. Prepare for school test and terminal exams through the following 25 Multiple Choice Questions test with answers and explanation. Here, one can take practice test with more than 120+ questions of Chapter 3 of standard 6 science.

Q1

Can you name some states of our country where cotton is grown?

[A]. Punjab, Gujrat
[B]. Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu
[C]. Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan
[D]. All of these
Q2

A long continuous length of interlocked fibre that is woven or knitted for forming garments is

[A]. Yarn
[B]. Strands
[C]. Fibre
[D]. Fabric
Q3

Which of the following is used for making gunny bags?

[A]. Cotton
[B]. Jute
[C]. Wool
[D]. Polyester
Q4

Which is the best season for the cultivation of jute?

[A]. Summer
[B]. Winter
[C]. Autumn
[D]. Rainy
Q5

Fibres are separated from the seeds of cotton balls by which of the following process

[A]. Shearing
[B]. Ginning
[C]. Spinning
[D]. Weaving




Q6

In ancient times which country was flax cultivated

[A]. India
[B]. China
[C]. Nigeria
[D]. Egypt
Q7

Generally, we get cotton from cotton balls. They are

[A]. Seeds of a cotton plant
[B]. Fruits of a cotton plant
[C]. Stem of cotton plant
[D]. Leaves of cotton plant
Q8

Which country first invented silk?

[A]. India
[B]. China
[C]. Nigeria
[D]. Egypt
Q9

The process of cultivating silkworm is called

[A]. Sericulture
[B]. Silviculture
[C]. Moriculture
[D]. Apiculture
Q10

Which statements out of the following is/are incorrect?

[A]. Cotton fabric does not shrink on burning
[B]. Jute is obtained from the leaves of the jute plant
[C]. In spinning process fibres from a mass of cotton wool are drawn out and twisted to form a yarn
[D]. If a piece of cloth shrinks on burning then the fabric is silk




Q11

Which of the following grows best in a black soil and warm climate?

[A]. Cotton
[B]. Flax
[C]. Coconut
[D]. Jute
Q12

Name a hand operated device that are not used for spinning

[A]. Charkha
[B]. Hand-loom
[C]. Hand-spindle
[D]. Takli
Q13

Which fibre is known as “Golden fibre”?

[A]. Jute fibre
[B]. Silk fibre
[C]. Synthetic fibre
[D]. Cotton fibre
Q14

Yarns is made from very thin strands called

[A]. Fibres
[B]. Looms
[C]. Silver
[D]. Weft
Q15

Which of the following statements is incorrect?

[A]. Knitting; process of arranging two sets of Yarns together to make a fabric.
[B]. Ginning; combing of cotton fibres to remove seeds
[C]. Fibres; Yarns are made from these thin strands
[D]. Spinning; process of making yarn from fibres



Q16

A fabric which has the capacity of absorbing sweat and evaporates it and body makes cool and comfortable. Generally, made by

[A]. Silk
[B]. Synthetic
[C]. Wool
[D]. Cotton
Q17

Which one of the following is not a natural fibre?

[A]. Cotton
[B]. Nylon
[C]. Flax
[D]. Wool
Q18

By the using of charkha, Mahatma Gandhi weave, the cotton fabric. This was done to encourage people to wear

[A]. Cloth made in the mills of Britain
[B]. Cloth made in the mills of South Africa
[C]. Clothes made of homespun yarn
[D]. All of the above
Q19

Which set of substances is not used for making fibres?

[A]. Silk, Chemicals
[B]. Yak hair, Camel hair
[C]. Husk, Bones
[D]. Flax, Wool
Q20

Coir fabric is obtained from

[A]. Coconut plant
[B]. Cotton
[C]. Sheep hairs
[D]. Cocoon of silkworms



Q21

In which region was cotton grown by early Indians?

[A]. Regions near river Ganga
[B]. Regions near river Yamuna
[C]. Regions near river Sarasvati
[D]. Regions near river Brahmaputra
Q22

Which of the following materials did people use in ancient times for making clothes?

[A]. Leaves of trees, Newspaper
[B]. Leaves of trees, Metal foils
[C]. Newspaper, Metal foils
[D]. Leaves of trees, Animal skin and furs
Q23

The process of obtaining wool from sheep is called

[A]. Ginning
[B]. Spinning
[C]. Weaving
[D]. Shearing
Q24

Which statement out of the following is incorrect?

[A]. Use of charkha was popularised by Mahatma Gandhi as a part of the Independence Movement
[B]. In India, jute is mainly grown in Kerala and Punjab
[C]. To make fabric, the fibres are first converted into yarns
[D]. Sufi Sant Kabir was a weaver.
Q25

Another name of “Patsun” is

[A]. Cotton plant
[B]. Jute plant
[C]. Kashmiri sheep
[D]. Polyester

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