CBSE Class 9 Typewriting Sample Paper Set B

Read and download PDF of CBSE Class 9 Typewriting Sample Paper Set B designed as per the latest curriculum and examination pattern for Class 9 issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The latest Class 9 Typewriting Sample Papers have been provided with solutions so that the students can solve these practice papers and then compare their answers. This will help them to identify mistakes and improvement areas in Typewriting Standard 9 which they need to study more to get better marks in Grade 9 exams. After solving these guess papers also refer to solved Class 9 Typewriting Question Papers available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject

Typewriting Sample Paper Class 9

Students can refer to the below Class 9 Typewriting Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 9 exams. Please download CBSE Class 9 Typewriting Sample Paper Set B

Typewriting Class 9 Sample Paper


CBSE Class 9 Typewriting Sample Paper Set B. It’s always recommended to practice as many sample papers as possible before the examinations. Students can download the sample papers and also question papers of previous years to practice and score better marks in examinations. Refer to other links too for more sample papers. 



1. Which key is used for typing capital letters?  

2. What part of the typewriter is used for typing the statement?  

3. Which device is used for typing more than one copy? 

4. On which parts of the typewriter oiling is not done? 

5. Which part is used for taking out paper from the machine? 

6. Explain in brief the Bichrome switch. 

7. Explain in brief Variable Line Spacer. 

8. Write the uses of Card Holders. 

9. How erasing is done on Typewriter while typewriting. 

10. How the Typewriter is kept when not in use?  

11. Writer in brief the upkeep of a typewriter. 


1. Typewrite the following passage accurately :

There is a need to identify the infrastructure, equipment, expertise and other resources of large private and public sector units and their incorporation into the local, state and national disaster management plans. There should be draft contracts prepared for supply of equipment and relief material which could be activated on occurrence of calamities. Corporate sector should take up components of disaster management activities as part of their social marketing. A silent disaster is the phenomena of massive rural-urban migration. The corporate sector can play a vital role in this context.

2. Speed Test 

Insurance brings quality consciousness in the infrastructure and a culture of safety by insisting to follow building codes, norms, guidelines, quality materials in construction etc. It would enforce safety standards by bringing accountability. Hazardous areas are to be announced, notified and publicly displayed so that people would be motivated not to settle in those areas and insurance be made mandatory in disaster prone areas. Premiums can be charged on the basis of higher the risk high the premium; lesser the risk lesser the premium. Since many areas are multi hazard, there should be multi hazard insurance provisions. Insurance against all natural disasters to be made available including thunder and lightning etc. Gramin, Cattle and Crop insurance are limited, ad-hoc and scattered in scale which needs to be corrected. Incentives are to be provided to insurers who have followed building codes and other prescribed guidelines prevailing in the area. Insurance companies should have their own experts and supervisors for great Efficiency. Insurance companies are limited in the rural areas hence other existing institutions and their services such as Panchayats, local bodies, cooperative banks, and post offices could be used by insurance agencies to bring the culture of safety.


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