CBSE Class 1 Computers Sample Paper Set B

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Computers Sample Paper Class 1

Students can refer to the below Class 1 Computers Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 1 exams. Please download CBSE Class 1 Computers Sample Paper Set B

Computers Class 1 Sample Paper

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[III] Write the name of the special keys beginning with these letters - 3x1=3 
(a) C ............................
 
(b) E ............................
 
(c) T ............................
 
[IV] Write the Full Forms - 2x1=2
 
(a) CPU ............................................................................................
 
(b) CD ...............................................................................................
 
[V] Fill in the blanks - 3x1=3
 
(a) ................................... is a program used to make drawings.
 
(b) The white area on the paint screen is called .......................................
 
(c) To remove mistakes we use the ....................................... tool.
 
[VI] Draw a figure of mouse -

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