ntse 2020-21 stage 2 question paper with solutions - pdf download

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Question 9. The digits/numbers from 1 to 12 of the clock dial are replaced by the letters of the English alphabet. The replacement starts with the letter C but vowels and immediate next consonants of vowel are not included in the replacement. The classes in the school start at N : T and last till a time when the minute hand is at K and the hour hand between S and T, very slightly ahead of S. Five periods of equal duration are held during this interval. The break of 7 minutes is given to students after 1st period and duration of break increases by 2 minutes after each period. The exact duration of a period in minutes is:

Question 11. In a performing arts competition, there are six participants M, P, B, K, L and V. It is given that M and P are good at dancing and acting. B and K are good at tabla but not good at singing. P and V are good at playing the guitar an also good at singing. Who among them is/are good at dancing, singing, playing Guitar and acting?

Question 21. Bhupen's birthday is on the 13th of June and Mainu's birthday is on 23rd of April. If in a particular year, Mainu's birthday was on Monday, what will be the day on Bhupen's birthday in the same year?

Question 25. In a certain school, 62% of candidates qualified all the three subjects, namely English, Mathematics and Social Science. The following diagram gives the number of candidates who are not qualified in different subjects. What is the percentage of candidates who are not qualified in at least two subjects?

Question 30. In an examination students are graded with four grades namely A, B, C and D and 72 students of the school secured A grade. The ratio of students who secured A grade to students with D grade is 2 : 5. Out of the total students, 30% secured B grade and 40% secured C grade. What is the total number of students in the school?

Question 34. Given below are 9 pictures, A, B, C, D, E, F, H and I. On the basis of a similar relationship, classify the pictures into three groups. Which among the given options represents the suitable group combination?

Question 37. The ratio of boys and girls in a school for the last five academic years are given in the following graph. If the number of girls in 2016-17 is half of that in 2017-18, what is the ratio of boys in 2017-18 to boys in 2016-17?

Question 42. In a class of 60 students, where girls and boys are in the ratio 2 : 3, the boy Kartik is ranked 17th from the top. If there are 9 girls ahead of Kartik, what is the ratio of the number of girls and boys after the rank position of Kartik?

Question 80. One a staircase, Yaima is further up than Aloka but is lower than Srinivas. Ranjan is in the middle. Jeet is between Yaima and Ranjan. Aloka is between Ranjan and Danial. There is none below Barisha. Who is in the fifth position?

Question 89. A man walks 20m towards South, then after turning to his left, he walks 22m. Then he turns 90 in an anti-clockwise direction and walks 26m. Then again he turns to the left and walks up to 30m. How far (in metres) is the man from his initial position?

Question 93. The vowels of English are coded by their letter numbers appearing as two digited and then reversed. Thereafter these numbers are represented through a Pie diagram. What will be the central angle (nearest to degree) of the sector representing U?

Question 95. What are the number of triangles that can be formed by connecting the vertices of a regular octagon with the condition that exactly one side of the triangle will be one of the sides of the octagon?

Question 96. Three students Shaurya, Ruhani and Seerat are standing in a queue. There are six students between Shaurya and Ruhani and nine students between Ruhani and Seerat. If there be exactly three students ahead of Seerat and 21 students behind Shaurya. What could be the minimum number of students in the given queue?

Question 1. A taxonomist during his voyage found a solitary marine animal with spines on skin made of calcium carbonate. However, its coelom was made of pouches pinched off from the endoderm. Assign the specimen to the most appropriate Phylum.

Question 2. An individual with genotype AaBbCcddEe is crossed with another individual with genotype AabbCcDdEe. Assuming the Mendelian pattern of inheritance, predict the proportion of aabbccddee among the progeny of this cross?

Human beings are sexually reproducing organisms. In this process, two parents are involved in producing a new individual. Offspring are produced by the fusion of gametes (sex cells) from each parent. Hence, the newly formed individual will be different from parents, both genetically and physically. Whereas budding, binary fission, and vegetative propagation are asexual mode of reproduction which involve single parent, hence the offsprings produced will be similar to the parent.

Question 4. A case of bio-magnification was being studied. A laboratory received equal quantities of three samples M, N and O. The levels of pesticides found in these samples are as follows: M-1 mg, N-0.2 mg. O-3 mg.

According to the 10% law of energy flow given by Lindeman, there is a loss of energy at each subsequent trophic level and only 10% of energy is transferred to the next trophic level. The maximum energy is in the first trophic level. Hence the pyramid of energy for the given ecosystem would be:

Divergent evolution is a characteristic property related to homologous organs. The human arm, forelimb of a seal and wing of a bird share a common ancestry, that is, they have a similar structure but do different functions.

Question 7. In adjacent agricultural lands of nearly equal dimensions, two farmers A and B had cultivated crops of their choice and observed standard practices. A pathogen attacked the crops and destroyed them in the land belonging to farmer A. as a result of which he suffered a complete loss. Although the pathogen attacked the adjacent land belonging to farmer B, he was able to earn some money by selling the yield. The possible explanation for the above is

When two or more crops are grown on the same land simultaneously, it is known as mixed cropping. Farmer B must have cultivated 2 crops (mixed cropping) so that one crop will be saved if another crop gets destroyed by pathogens.

Eggshells are impermeable to water and saturated salt solution but when the egg is placed in HCl then the eggshell (which is made of CaCO3) will be dissolved and a semi-permeable membrane will be exposed.

Question 11. The presence of a specific molecule (called markers) in an organelle can be used to identify the presence of that organelle. A researcher has three test tubes with organelles. A, B and C, each of which shows the presence of one marker as shown below:

Question 13. Virulent forms of the bacterium staphylococcus aureus is a human pathogen. Some strains of which cause 'flesh eating disease'. Earlier the antibiotic Penicillin was used to control this pathogen. After some years Penicillin was ineffective. Hence a powerful antibiotic- Methicillin was used in treatments. Subsequently, Methicillin also became ineffective and the strains showed resistance to multiple antibiotics also called "multi-drug resistance". Which one of the following statements regarding development of multi-drug resistance is correct?

Given antibiotic penicillin was used to control this pathogen after which methicillin was used as penicillin became ineffective. Gradually methicillin also became ineffective so it led to multi drug resistance. This is probably because antibiotics helped in the selection for bacteria with mutations in the DNA conferring drug resistance which were already present in the population.

Question 19. Atomic number of an element Z is 16. Element Z has two isotopes Z1 and Z2 with 16 and 18 neutrons, respectively. The average atomic mass of a sample of the element Z is 32.1 u. Which one of the following percentages of Z1 and Z2 in the sample is correct?

Question 20. Detergents are also called surface-active agents (surfactants). These have two distinct parts: one hydrophilic spherical part and another hydrophobic long tail made of carbons chain. Two experiments A and B were carried out. In experiment A, surfactant was added in a beaker containing water. In experiment B, surfactant was added in a beaker containing hexane.

Answer: (b)In experiment A, surfactant was added in a beaker containing water (polar). Thus, a micelle is formed where the hydrophilic part is in contact with water and the hydrophobic part is inside as shown in figure a.

Question 21. Reaction of organic compound A with B in acidic condition gives compound C. Compound B reacts with alkaline KMnO4 solution and gives compound A. Compound C gives compound B as one of the product when reacted with sodium hydroxide solution. Which of the following statement is/are correct

Cell II is the correct representation for electrolytic refining of copper. In this cell, cathode is a strip of pure copper whereas anode is impure copper. The pure copper is deposited on the cathode on passing electric current.

Question 26. If excess of CO2 is passed through the suspension of a compound X in water, a compound Y is formed. Substances X and Y dissolve in H2SO4 giving white compound Z which is insoluble in water. Identify the compounds X, Y and Z.

In option (a) and (c), there will be more than one velocity at a time. So, they are not possible in option (b) the slope is infinite at a particular time instant t (means acceleration will be infinite). It is also not possible.

Question 28. Two balls A and B are released towards point W from point X and point Z respectively, on a perfectly smooth track as shown in the figure. The balls move along the track without losing contact. What will be the ratio of their speeds (V1/V2) at point W?

Question 29. A marble P of mass m lies at rest on the edge of a perfectly horizontal surface of a table of height h as shown in the figure. A second identical marble Q having the same mass moving at a speed u strikes it perfectly elastically. The speed acquired by marble. P after the collision is:

Question 30. A block floats with its fraction E inside the water when immersed in a beaker containing water and kept on the earth. The beaker along with the block is shifted to the surface of the moon. If M is the fraction of the block now immersed in water, which of the following relations is correct?

Question 31. The weight of an object on a planet is 0.25 times of its weight on earth. A pendulum clock that ticks once every second on earth is taken to the planet. On that planet the clock would tick once in every?

Question 32. A ball is thrown vertically upwards at a speed u and returns back to the thrower. There are two instants at which the ball has equal kinetic and potential energies. The difference between these two instants is:

Question 33. The potential energy stored in a spring when compressed by a length x is (1/2) kx2 and the force required to compress it is kx; k is a constant of the spring known as spring constant. The spring is placed on a floor upright and a stone of mass 10 kg falls and hits the spring with a speed 10 m/s. The spring is compressed by 5 cm. Assuming that there is no loss of energy, what is the value of k?

Question 36. An object is placed at point A in front of a convex lens of focal length f. Its real inverted and magnified image is formed behind the lens. When the object is brought closer to the lens and placed at a point B a virtual and erect image but with exactly the same magnification (in magnitude) as before is formed in front of the convex lens. Let F be the focus of the lens in front of it. Which of the following relations is correct?

Question 37. Nethra, who is a back bencher, discovers one day in the class that she is unable to discern the details on the blackboard very well. When the visits an optician, he prescribes glasses for her.

Question 38. Consider three resistors of resistance R1, R2 and R3 such that R1< R2 < R3. Two of them are connected in parallel and then connected in series with the third. Which one of the following configuration yields the highest current when connected to the same battery?

Question 40. A positive charged plate and a negatively charged plate are kept parallel to each other at a distance of 10 cm. An electron is released near the negative plate. Looking from the negative plate towards the positive plate, the magnetic field produced by the moving electron will be:

Question 41. If,x=5223+532x = \frac{\sqrt{5}-\sqrt{2}}{2\sqrt{3}+\sqrt{5}-\sqrt{32}}x=23+53252 then the value of x=x10+2x10+25x = \frac{x\sqrt{10}+\sqrt{2}}{x\sqrt{10}+2\sqrt{5}}x=x10+25x10+2 is

Question 45. The sum of the squares of the third and the thirteenth terms of an A.P. is 5, and the product of the fourth and twelfth terms is R. Then, the product of the third and thirteenth terms of the AP is

Question 48. Let A (5, 5), B(4, 5) and C(4, 5) be the vertices of the triangle ABC. If a circle passes through the vertices of ABC then the area (in sq. units) lying inside the circle but outside the ABC is

Question 54.Water is flowing at the rate of 10 cm/minute through a pipe of diameter 10 cm into an empty bucket, which is in the form of frustum of a cone of height 30 cm with radii of its lower and upper ends as 10 cm and 20 cm respectively. Then, the time in which the level of water in the bucket will rise 15 cm, is

Question 57.Two straight roads OA and OB intersect at O. A tower is situated in the interior of the angle formed by them and subtends an angle of 45o and 30o at the points A and B respectively, where the roads are nearest to it. If OA = a and OB = b, then the height of the tower is

Question 58.ABCD is a square of side 8 cm, P is the midpoint of AD and is joined with vertex B. A perpendicular is drawn from the vertex C on BP, which intersects BP at point E. The area of the triangle BEC is.

'The Declaration of Right of Man and Citizen' was a civil document that granted rights like liberty, property, security and resistance to oppression to only men in France as a result of the French Revolution of 1789. Olympe de Gouges was a French political activist who advocated for the right of women.

The French Constitution of 1791 reduced women to passive citizens' status, which treated them as illiterate citizens unqualified to vote and participate in decision-making. However, the French Revolutionary government of 1792 established reforms for women like education, marriage and divorce rights.

New Harmony was a town located in Indiana, founded by a group of 800 Pietists from Wrttemburg, Germany in order to propagate ideas based on spiritual well being. Robert Owen, a social reformer reorganised the New Harmony in 1825 and conducted social experiments to establish an utopian socialist society that emphasised the rights of workers.

Polo originated in Persia, todays Iran, between the 6th century BC and the first century AD. Polo was a training sport designed to support the skills of the kings guard or elite troops. The game was exclusively designed for military and athletic men. Sultan Qutubuddin Aibak died while he was playing Polo in 1290.

Most nations taking part in the World War saw limited changes in the gender norms in their respective societies. Women were being celebrated as representatives of domesticity. Distinctions among women eroded at this time. They took up several jobs such as nurses, female military auxiliaries, ambulance drivers, farm workers, factory labourers etc to support their nations military efforts. Womens fashion also underwent change. Victorian era womens clothing were shortened for practical necessity. Luxurious dressing and ornamentation were discouraged. Most of the resources were diverted towards the soldiers and war efforts.

Question 67. A history excursion of your school involved a visit to four countries. It first went to a city that had a treaty signed in the early nineteenth century approving of new conservatism. It then travelled to the former kingdom of Sardinia- Piedmont, followed by a visit to the country one ruled by the Hohenzollern dynasty and finally reaching a city where many feel sowed the seeds of Nazism and the Second World War were sown.

The Treaty of Vienna was signed in Austria in 1815. This treaty gave way to new conservatism. The kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont was a part of modern-day Italy. Germany was ruled by the Hohenzollern dynasty. The Treaty of Versailles was signed in France in 1919. It sowed the seeds of Nazism, which would ultimately lead to the Second World War.

Nationalism in India emerged as a result of the British imperialist policies that exploited the countrys resources and people. The exploitation by the British was not limited to political and economical aspects alone. It extended to erase Indias culture and historical significance. Hence Indian nationalism in the late nineteenth century proclaimed independence and the right to enjoy its history and culture.

There was an increase in the population of France. At the same time, the French society saw an increase in the price of food, as there was scarcity of grains. This made the poor people unable to buy bread, which in turn caused resentment among the common masses. This resentment coupled with the extravagance of the aristocracy led to the food riots and ultimately the French Revolution.

Kulak refers to the peasant class in Soviet Russia who owned more than eight acres of land. The Collectivisation Programme was launched as a part of the Five Year Plan introduced by Joseph Stalin in 1928 that made efforts to improve industrialisation and collectivise agriculture in the USSR. Under the collectivisation programme, individuals were encouraged to transfer their lands to the state and work in collective farms managed and regulated by the state. Kulaks opposed this program. So, statements II, III, and IV are to be present in the objection list.

The no rent campaign was launched by Bal Gangadhar Tilak as a result of the 1896 famine in India seeking peasants not to pay rent to their landlords. However, Congress did not support the no rent campaigns in order to not risk their relationship with the landlords. Therefore, the support of Congress did not rest with the interests of poor peasants and hence their relationship remained uncertain during then.

Statement-II: In Champaran, Gandhi Ji inspired the middle class to struggle against the oppressive plantation system and in Kheda district of Gujarat he supported their demand for relaxation in revenue collection affected by crop failure.

Mahatma Gandhi organised two satyagrahas, one in Champaran, Bihar and the other in Kheda, Gujarat between 1916 and 1917 in favour of peasants. The two satyagrahas were in support of peasants who demanded relaxation in revenue collection from the British due to crop failure and plague epidemic.

Khadar is the newer alluvium, deposited by floods annually. They fall in the floodplain zone of the river, renewed almost every year. These are fertile soil which comprise of mud, silt, clay and sand and suitable for the cultivation of sugarcane, oilseeds, wheat, maize and rice.

Article 19 of the Indian constitution, allows the citizens of India the right to freedom of speech and expression. The scope of the right to freedom also includes the right to criticize the core values of the Constitution.

To ensure larger participation of women in politics, social grouping based on gender is necessary. Among other goals, providing reservation of one-third of the total number of seats and offices for women was one of the main objectives of the Panchayati Raj Act.

Question 76.In India, there are landlocked states as well as states with long coastlines. Madhavan is planning to travel from Srinagar to Kanyakumari. What is the minimum number of landlocked and coastal states that he would have to traverse excluding the origin and destination UTs/States ?

Question 77.Geological structure, physiography and precipitation regimes influence the evolution of drainage patterns. India with its diversity in the above-mentioned attributes show cases a variety of drainage patterns across regions. Match the following drainage patterns found in the region given below

Question 78.Colonialism has been so far defined in terms of political, economic and social changes brought in the colonies. The aspect related to changes bringing in the biodiversity of the colonies has received little attention. One such practice was the introduction of new species of trees by the colonizers in the colonies.

Colonization brought about various changes in the Indian subcontinent, especially in terms of political, economic and social changes. They also changed the face of forests and forestry in India. This scenario was true for most of the colonies. New species of plants and animals were also introduced. Teak and Chir Pine were introduced in India by the British to fulfil the demands of wood in the European mainland.

Question 79.Indian farmers adopt diverse farming practices in different environmental conditions in order to maximize yield. Identify the type of farming where the second crop is seeded even before the harvesting of the previous standing crop.

Relay cropping is a variant of double cropping. The second crop is planted before the harvest of the first crop. Thus, both crops share some part of the season. Small farmers can increase their crop productivity and net return per unit area which allows them to make efficient utilisation of their resources. In India, Rice cauliflower onion-summer gourd is one example of relay cropping.

Question 80.During the South-West monsoon season, India receives the maximum amount of rainfall. However, it varies from place to place. Choose the correct sequence of regions arranged in descending order of rainfall received from South West Monsoon.

During the South-West monsoon season, the Garo and Khasi hills of Meghalaya receives the highest rainfall. Mawsynram in the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya receives rainfall over 1,080 cm in a year. Western Ghat too receives rainfall from the South-West monsoon ranging from 250 cm to 400 cm. Though the Bengal delta receives rainfall during the South-West monsoon season, the amount of rainfall is less compared to the other two regions.

Question 81.Different types of soils are found in India having special characteristic features. One of these extends approximately between 13 degree N to 25 degree N latitudes and 72 degree E to 82 degree E longitudes. Identify the soil type from the given options.

The deccan plateau region is located approximately between 13 degrees N to 25 degrees N latitudes and 72 degrees E to 82 degrees E longitudes. This region has Black soil or Regur soil. This type of soil is favourable for cotton cultivation.

Question 82.Samanwita is taking her friends from Gandhinagar to her Grand Parents' home located in Kolkata. They board the flight from Gandhinagar and fly over Bhopal and Ranchi to reach Kolkata. Which of the following statements are true regarding their travel?

In the mentioned case, the flight from Gandhinagar to Kolkata is most likely to fly over the Tropic of Cancer. Moreover, the passengers will cross the rivers Chambal, Son and Damodar on the way, while crossing the states of Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal.

Question 84.TheHimalayas are the young mountains that originated from the sedimentary deposits of the Tethys Sea due to collision of continental plates. The process has remained active over millions of years resulting into a series of almost parallel ranges of different heights. Identify the Himalayan and Trans-Himalayan ranges from their cross-section given below.

In the given cross-sectional view of the Himalayas, A,B,C and D represent Karakoram, Ladakh, Zaskar and Himadri respectively. The Karakoram, Ladakh, Zaskar ranges are located north to the Great Himalayas. Towards their south is the Great or Inner Himalayas, also known as the Himadri.

In the given cross-sectional view of the Himalayas, A,B,C and D represent Karakoram, Ladakh, Zaskar and Himadri respectively. The Karakoram, Ladakh, Zaskar ranges are located north to the Great Himalayas. Towards their south is the Great or Inner Himalayas, also known as the Himadri.

Question 85.Rivers are an important element of the physical landscape of India. Variations in the environmental factors have resulted in the evolution of diverse drainage systems. Which of the following statements is/are incorrect about the drainage system of India?

Other than the statement I and III, all the statements are true. The Beas rises at Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh and joins the river Sutlej at Harike in Punjab. The saline river Luni drains into the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, flowing through Rajasthan.

Question 86. Understanding the spatio-temporal aspects of the population is one of the main concerns of demographers. They have tried to measure the aspects of the same by selecting certain key indicators. Match the indicators listed in column I with the explanations given in column II

All the statements other than (b) are true. In a federal form of government, both state and union governments operate simultaneously. But, that does not always mean the equal division of powers between the two.

Elections provide us the opportunity to express our opinions. It is a lengthy process, involving many activities. It starts with preparation of the voters list by election commission. EC also announces the election schedule and then political parties start their election campaign. It is followed by the polling of vote & counting and finally the announcement of election results.

Question 89.The Constitution of India was drafted by a group of elected representatives called the Constituent Assembly. With reference to the above, the members of the Constituent Assembly from the Provinces were_____ _.

The members of the Constituent Assembly from the Provinces were elected by the Provincial Legislative Assemblies. 292 members of the total 389 were elected through the Provincial Legislative Assemblies.

The rule of law was expounded by Dicey in 1885, although it had been used earlier by Sir Edward Coke formally. It refers to the mechanism, process, institutions, practices, or norms that support all citizens' equality before the law, secures a non-arbitrary form of government. Thus, represents the idea that no man shall be punished except for a clear breach of law. The rule of law is not absolute in nature and certain people and groups of people are given discretionary powers. For example, public servants, ministers, military, lawyers etc.

Amendment to the Constitution of India can be initiated by either of the houses i.e Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. If such an amendment seeks to make changes to the federal character of the Constitution, the amendment needs to be ratified by at least 50% of the legislature of the states.

Question 92.The Constitution of India provides for a division of power between the Union and the States enumerated in three lists. Based on the division of subjects in the lists, identify the ones which are correctly matched.

Schedule VII of the Indian constitution provides three lists of subjects i.e. Union List, State list and Concurrent list. There are also a few subjects which are not included in the lists called residuary subjects. Computer software and digital privacy is a residuary subject. Other than option IV, all others are correctly matched.

Question 93.In a social science class, the teacher asked the students to give their opinion about ensuring food security in India. Opinions given by Pahi, Saju, Zara and Veda are given below. Whose opinion is NOT suitable for achieving food security ?

Food security is a principle which emphasises on the availability, affordability and accessibility of food to all the people in a country. Ensuring food security may involve increasing the production of foodgrains in the country and establishing means to provide foodgrains to people who are in need. Food wastage shall be prevented through measures like penalisation. Export of foodgrains affects the availability of food within the country. Therefore, export should be focussed only after ensuring self sustenance in the country.

Question 94.Inexpensive Chinese locks, are flooding the Indian markets, thus destroying the traditional lock industry of India. Which of the following methods can the Government of India take up to protect the Indian lock industry?

There are 100 debtors in total. Out of them, 55 (22+18+15) debtors rely on informal sources of credit. Informal sources of credit include landlords, money lenders and friends and relatives. Whereas, 45 (5+15+10+15) debtors went to banks and other financial institutions to avail credit. Thus, money lenders and landlords continue to be major sources of credit in the village.

Question 96.Dhanno gets up in the morning and milks her cow. She sells milk to three houses. She then cooks food for her family and prepares her children for school. At 10 a.m., she goes to the market with vegetables from her garden and sells them. By 11.30 a.m. she goes to Simranjeets house and cooks food for Simranjeets family. At 2.00 p.m. she goes to Harpreets house and washes clothes. By 5.00 pm she goes home and washes her familys clothes.

Activities performed for the family or self are not recognised as economic activities. Hence, when Dhanno gets her children ready for school, cooks food for her family and washes her familys clothes, they are not considered as economic activities.

On the other hand, when she cooks at Simranjeets house, washes Harpreets clothes, sells vegetables and milk, they are considered as economic activities. These activities also bring in revenue for Dhanno.

Question 97.Himmatveer has inherited land and Rs. 2,50,000 from his father. He decided to build a factory on the land. He spent Rs. 2,00,000 for the building. To purchase the machines he took a loan of Rs. 75,000 from the bank and purchased machines. After six months, he could start production. He used the rest of the money that he has inherited to purchase the raw materials required. His fixed capital and the working respectively are :

Fixed capital is the long term assets of a business. Working capital is the current assets of a business. In the case of Himmatveer fixed capital amounts to Rs. 275000, where Rs. 200000 is the amount spent on the building and Rs. 75000 is the amount taken from the bank as a loan to purchase machines. His working capital amounts to Rs. 50000 from his father which he used to purchase raw materials.

Maharashtra displays the best health indicators among Odisha, Rajasthan and West Bengal from the data mentioned. High life expectancy at birth, low infant mortality rate and low death rates are good health indicators.

Minimum Support Price or MSP is a type of government intervention. It is made to insure the farmers against a steep fall in the prices of their crops to aid them against losses in a year of surplus production. When the market price drops below the declared MSP, the government ought to purchase the entire quantity at the set MSP from the farmers.

Public distribution systems or ration shops sell goods such as wheat, rice, sugar at a price lower than the market price. This is known as the Issue Price. Other essential commodities are also sold at relatively low prices. In order to avail this service, one must be a ration card holder.

sri ramnarayan mills limited

sri ramnarayan mills limited

Sri Ramnarayan Mills (SRNML) is a Limited Company having manufacturing facilities near periyanaickenpalayam, situated in the suburbs of Coimbatore, South India. SRNML produces high count cotton yarns for domestic and international markets

Sri Ramnarayan Mills Limited is among the very few mills established more than 5 decades ago in the Coimbatore region which is the Manchester of South India and one of the primary manufacturers of yarn.

The mill has been concentrating only on Spinning Operations since inception. The major count of yarn spun being 60s carded on cones used in power looms. The other count being combed yarn in 90s count. Both cater to the needs of power looms mostly in Maharashtra state. Our company has improved gradually the quality with installation of HI- Tech Machines. We have an internal quality control department with latest machines and well trained personal who frequently monitor the quality of product and assures adherence to our standards. Thus we have made continuous improvement in the supply of genuine and trusted quality yarn.

1. Yarns and fabrics, organic Organic cotton Raw cotton Indian cotton 2. Yarns and twists, cotton Single cotton Carded / Combed cotton 60s Carded cotton Yarn 90s Carded cotton Yarn High count cotton 3. Yarns and twists, cotton, by winder type Cop spun cotton

1. Cotton Procurement The company has a long reputation for quality, performance and innovation in the industry. Quality of final product is determined with the quality of raw material. The company takes meticulous care in the selection of cotton. Their dedicated, committed and involved cotton selectors at different stations headed by experienced supervisors, spared no pain in the selection of Kapas or Raw cotton available in the market, SRNML sources "A grade" raw cotton directly comes from cotton ginners having automatic ginning plants in quality cotton growing areas of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. 2. Quality The quality of yarn produced is conformed to the quality norms specified by the customer. Shri Ramanarayan Mills focuses on quality and ensures that this should be achieved without making any compromise in productivity, which otherwise affects the yarn costing. Quality Control is implemented with sampling, specifications and testing as well as the organisation, documentation and release procedures which ensure that the necessary and relevant tests are carried out, and that materials are not released for use, nor products released for sale or supply, until their quality has been judged satisfactory. Quality management at Shri Ramanarayan Mills begins with firm commitment and not just support from the senior management and with a well-defined management policy. Quality assurance is the link between production and customers, by which the desired quality can be produced which meets the specification. Our Research and development helps for value addition through product development, which can face competition in global market and satisfy the customers. 3. Sales & Distribution Build around core competencies with continuous product and technical innovations SRNM today has reached new heights with a global vision to benchmark quality. Their stringent commitment to global standards of quality has seen the group grow phenomenally over the last decade to create a niche of their own, in the highly competitive world markets. Under the guidance of the directors of the company, the group has developed well connected distribution network for yarn all over India like Mumbai, Bhilwara, Kolkata, etc. 4. Facts of Cotton A non-allergenic natural fibre that doesn't irritate sensitive skin. Cotton's softness makes it a preferred fabric for garments worn close to the skin. It blends easily with most other fibres including synthetics and natural fibres like wool. One of the easiest fabrics to dye, as it's white in colour and very absorbent. Cotton has a high absorbency rate & holds up to 27 times its own weight in water. An ideal fabric for medical & personal hygiene products such as bandages and swabs. Cotton breathes easily as a result of its unique fibre structure.. More comfortable to wear unlike artificial fibre which is unable to provide ventilation. Keeps the body cool in summer & warm in winter as it is a good conductor of heat. Often used in making of curtains / tents / tarpaulins as its not affected by sunlight. Unlike synthetic fibres, cotton is a natural product and contains no chemicals. Cotton is very versatile - it can be blended/coated/finished, is dry cleanable, machine washable and easy to print on. 5. Cotton Products Almost all parts of the cotton plant are used in some way including the lint, cottonseed, linters, stalks and seed hulls. The fibre from one 227kg cotton bale can produce 215 pairs of jeans, 250 single bed sheets, 1,200 t-shirts, 2,100 pairs of boxer shorts, 3,000 nappies, 4,300 pairs of socks or 680,000 cotton balls. 6. Products Made from Cotton Lint/Fibre Cotton lint is spun then woven or knitted into fabrics such as velvet, corduroy, chambray, velour, jersey and flannel. About 60% of the world's total cotton harvest is used to make clothing, with the rest used in home furnishings and industrial products. Well known cotton products include denim jeans, socks, towels, t-shirts, bed sheets and underwear. More unusual uses of cotton fibre include tents, car tire cord, fishnets and bookbinding. 7. Products Made from Cotton Seed Over half the weight of unprocessed cotton (seed cotton) is made up of seed. The most common uses of cottonseed are oil for cooking and feed for livestock. Cotton seed is pressed to make cottonseed oil. Cottonseed can be made into a meal and is a popular feed for cattle and livestock as it's a great source of energy. Cottonseed oil can also be used in a range of industrial products such as soap, margarine, emulsifiers, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, rubber, paint, water proofing and candles. Cottonseed oil is cholesterol free, high in polyunsaturated fats and contains high levels of antioxidants (vitamin E) that contribute to its long shelf life. 8. Products Made from Cotton Linters Cotton linters are fine, very short fibres that remain on the cottonseed after ginning. They are curly fibres typically less than 3mm long. Linters are used in the manufacture of paper (such as archival paper and bank notes) and as a raw material in the manufacture of cellulose plastics. Linters are commonly used for medical supplies such as bandages, cotton buds, cotton balls and x-rays.

The company has a long reputation for quality, performance and innovation in the industry. Quality of final product is determined with the quality of raw material. The company takes meticulous care in the selection of cotton. Their dedicated, committed and involved cotton selectors at different stations headed by experienced supervisors, spared no pain in the selection of Kapas or Raw cotton available in the market, SRNML sources "A grade" raw cotton directly comes from cotton ginners having automatic ginning plants in quality cotton growing areas of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat.

The quality of yarn produced is conformed to the quality norms specified by the customer. Shri Ramanarayan Mills focuses on quality and ensures that this should be achieved without making any compromise in productivity, which otherwise affects the yarn costing. Quality Control is implemented with sampling, specifications and testing as well as the organisation, documentation and release procedures which ensure that the necessary and relevant tests are carried out, and that materials are not released for use, nor products released for sale or supply, until their quality has been judged satisfactory.

Quality management at Shri Ramanarayan Mills begins with firm commitment and not just support from the senior management and with a well-defined management policy. Quality assurance is the link between production and customers, by which the desired quality can be produced which meets the specification. Our Research and development helps for value addition through product development, which can face competition in global market and satisfy the customers.

Their stringent commitment to global standards of quality has seen the group grow phenomenally over the last decade to create a niche of their own, in the highly competitive world markets. Under the guidance of the directors of the company, the group has developed well connected distribution network for yarn all over India like Mumbai, Bhilwara, Kolkata, etc.

A non-allergenic natural fibre that doesn't irritate sensitive skin. Cotton's softness makes it a preferred fabric for garments worn close to the skin. It blends easily with most other fibres including synthetics and natural fibres like wool. One of the easiest fabrics to dye, as it's white in colour and very absorbent. Cotton has a high absorbency rate & holds up to 27 times its own weight in water. An ideal fabric for medical & personal hygiene products such as bandages and swabs. Cotton breathes easily as a result of its unique fibre structure.. More comfortable to wear unlike artificial fibre which is unable to provide ventilation. Keeps the body cool in summer & warm in winter as it is a good conductor of heat. Often used in making of curtains / tents / tarpaulins as its not affected by sunlight. Unlike synthetic fibres, cotton is a natural product and contains no chemicals. Cotton is very versatile - it can be blended/coated/finished, is dry cleanable, machine washable and easy to print on.

Almost all parts of the cotton plant are used in some way including the lint, cottonseed, linters, stalks and seed hulls. The fibre from one 227kg cotton bale can produce 215 pairs of jeans, 250 single bed sheets, 1,200 t-shirts, 2,100 pairs of boxer shorts, 3,000 nappies, 4,300 pairs of socks or 680,000 cotton balls.

Cotton lint is spun then woven or knitted into fabrics such as velvet, corduroy, chambray, velour, jersey and flannel. About 60% of the world's total cotton harvest is used to make clothing, with the rest used in home furnishings and industrial products. Well known cotton products include denim jeans, socks, towels, t-shirts, bed sheets and underwear. More unusual uses of cotton fibre include tents, car tire cord, fishnets and bookbinding.

Over half the weight of unprocessed cotton (seed cotton) is made up of seed. The most common uses of cottonseed are oil for cooking and feed for livestock. Cotton seed is pressed to make cottonseed oil. Cottonseed can be made into a meal and is a popular feed for cattle and livestock as it's a great source of energy. Cottonseed oil can also be used in a range of industrial products such as soap, margarine, emulsifiers, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, rubber, paint, water proofing and candles. Cottonseed oil is cholesterol free, high in polyunsaturated fats and contains high levels of antioxidants (vitamin E) that contribute to its long shelf life.

Cotton linters are fine, very short fibres that remain on the cottonseed after ginning. They are curly fibres typically less than 3mm long. Linters are used in the manufacture of paper (such as archival paper and bank notes) and as a raw material in the manufacture of cellulose plastics. Linters are commonly used for medical supplies such as bandages, cotton buds, cotton balls and x-rays.

textile mills in india - ginning mills, spinning mills, dyeing mills, printing processing house in india

textile mills in india - ginning mills, spinning mills, dyeing mills, printing processing house in india

The Textile mills have a significant presence in the national economy as well as in an international economy. India has been well known for its textile goods. It is the second largest employment generation sectors after agriculture. Indian textile mills have earned a unique position in our country from the production of raw material to finished goods. The famous textile mill are Fabric dyeing mills, dyeing and printing mills, Woollen textile mills, readymade garments, Hand crafted textile mills, Jute and coir and more.

Textile Infomedia has been the premier textile source directory founded in 2014 and giving room to various textiles mills in India to showcase their services. The listed information is verified and is added by the companies themselves.

The leading industry in our country is a textile industry. This industry gets the second position in employment after agricultural field. The textile industry is considered as that sector which is one of largest contributors to India's exports with 13% of total exports. Countless Textile Mills in India have capability from manufacturing a raw material to finished goods. As we talking about mills, there are thousands of mills in India but here we can take some of the examples like fabric dyeing mills, printing and dyeing mills etc. If you are unaware about it and searching for the textile mills, we have a source directory for you to make your struggle easy. Get all the stuff online related to textile mills like where it is situated, how you can contact them etc.

The main business in our nation is a textile industry. This industry gets the second position in work after agricultural field. The textile business is considered as that part which is one of biggest supporters of India's economic state. Endless textile factories in India have the ability from assembling a basic material to completed products. As we discussing this mills, there are a large number of factories in India however here we can take a portion of the cases like fabric coloring factories, printing and coloring factories and so forth on the off chance that you are uninformed about it and hunting down the textile factories, we have an online portal for you to make your task simple. Get all the optimum mills online identified with textile mills like where it is arranged, how you can get in touch with them and so on.

busted cotton balls manufacturer, exporter, supplier

busted cotton balls manufacturer, exporter, supplier

Busted Cotton Balls are utilized by the textile mill owners. These are suited for bagging. The transparency of the balls is quite high. It can resist the moisture as well as damage. The balls are made to prevent external moisture, staining, dust and other contaminants. Busted Cotton Balls are the recyclable materials, which are widely suited in many industries. The storing, loading and handling of these is quite easy. In addition, these have applications in the medical and other industries. These have the capacity to block out the sound. Their softness allow them to be easily molded.

Our spectrum of products includes premium quality Cotton Wool Balls. These balls are available in different sizes and weights. Owing to their high absorbing power, these balls have captured domestic as well as foreign markets.

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