CBSE Class 9 English Unseen Passage A

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CBSE Class 9 English Unseen Passage A. Students should do unseen passages for class 9 English which will help them to get better marks in English class tests and exams. Unseen passages are really scoring and practicing them on regular basis will be very useful. Refer to the unseen passage below with answers.

Read the Passages given below and answer the questions:-

There are several indicators of a developed nation. It is economically, agriculturally and technologically advanced. There is all round prosperity. The benefits of prosperity reach the common people. They have a reasonable life span and enjoy the basic comforts and good health. They are able to educate and feed their children well. Poverty, illiteracy, ignorance, disease and inequalities are reduced to a minimum. Quality goods are produced in abundance and exports keep on rising. The nation is able to protect its security as it is self-reliant in defence and has a standing in the international forum.

India, even after more than sixty five years since independence is branded as a developing country. Achieving the developed status means the major transformation of our national economy to make it one of the largest economies of the world, where people live well and above the poverty line. The transformation can be materialised within the next 15 to 20 years as India has the necessary potential. Our natural resources are richer as compared to those of many other countries. We have abundant supplies of all the ores and minerals. We have rich bio-diversity, abundant sunshine, varied agro-climatic conditions and plenty of rainfall all over India. The country either already has the necessary technologies or can develop them easily. Our people and our farmers not only have a great learning capability but most of them also have an entrepreneurial and competitive spirit. Avenues to channelize this spirit constructively and productively are required. We need the will to take action and commit ourselves to be one of the world leaders. We must resolve to work hard with a long term vision.

Technology is the highest wealth generator in the shortest possible time can provide us with infrastructure and help transform education and training, food and processing, industries and agriculture. It is the key to achieving quality products in an increasingly competitive market and to continually upgrading human skills. It is the only vital input for ensuring health security and better living conditions for people. It can enable us to double cereals by 2020 and to make arrangements for their storage, transportation, distribution and marketing. It can make us leaders in machine tool industries. Through Software engineering we can enter computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing.

Therefore, the major role in India's development is to be played by the vast pool of our talented scientists, researchers and technologists. They should shed pessimism and think big because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernisation. They should take it as a challenge to make India a developed country. They must spearhead the movement by talking about what can be done and encouraging people that difficulties can be overcome. They must I possible help to industries, business managers, administrators and others.

Answer the following Questions:-

1.Write the basic fields in which a developed country is advanced.

2.What kind of life do the people in a developed country live?

3.What is required for achieving the developed status for India?

4."Technology is the highest wealth generator in the shortest time". Ho,

5.Who can play a major role in India's development?

6.How can India enter computer-aided design and manufacturing?

Find out a word from the passage which means:

1.A machine for producing electricity-.........................

2.A large quantity more than enough -........................

3.The state of having good fortune, wealth, money etc. ................................ 

Suggested answers of the above Questions:-

1.The basic fields in which a developed country is advanced are economic, agriculture and technology.

2.The people in a developed country live in all round prosperity. They have reasonable life span, basic comforts, good health, education and security.

3.For achieving developed status for India, transformation in our national economy is required. People should live well and above poverty line.

4.Technology is the highest wealth generator in the shortest time. It can provide infrastructure. It helps transform education and training, food and processing, industries and agriculture.

5.The vast pool of our talented scientists, researchers and technologists can play a major role in India's development.

6.India can enter computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing through Software engineering.

7.generator

8.abundance

9.prosperity

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