“This is my right, now we can go anywhere” said?
(B) Jamila Beevi
(d) The owner of R-Cycles
Answer: (B) Jamila Beevi.
Women riding tin bicycles seen together on International Women’s Day 1992?
Answer: (A) 1500
How to teach cycling in the scorching heat of Kudimi Annamalai?
(c) Jamila Biwi
Answer: (B) Manorami.
What feelings did the training generate in the women?
(b) economic benefits
Answer: (c) Self-esteem.
Which of these ladies was not a fan of the square pencil?
(A) female teachers
(B) Female agricultural laborer
(c) Stone maker
(d) Not opposing conservatism’
Answer: (d) Not opposing orthodoxy.
In your opinion, which employees of ‘Zanjiron’ is the author addressing?
(a) scientific theory
(b) wrong scientific theory
(c) dropping chain
Answer: (B) Wrong social theory.
What changes have the ‘Cycle Movement’ brought about in the lives of the women of Pudukottai?
(A) Their economic status has improved.
(b) is born in his mind
(c) They are able to do more work in less time than before
(d) Olive all
Answer: (d) Friendly.
Why was this movement hindered?
(A) Puddukottai area has more number of Muslim orthodox women
(B) Men protested and women scribbled on bicycles and on paper.
(c) There was also a shortage of training personnel.
(d) All the reasons are correct
Answer: (D) All the above reasons are correct.
Why is the bicycle called a driver?
(A) When cycling can be taught with little effort
(B) Reason for being tribal
(c) due to record
(d) Reason for crowding on vegetation
Answer: (a) When cycling can be taught with a little effort.
Some other title of this lesson was suggested in your mind.
(A) life cycle
(B) Cycle is life
(c) riding a bicycle
Answer: (B) Cycle is life.
Where did the publication of social movement start?
Answer: (c) Pudukottai.
Multiple choice questions based on passage
Cycling is very popular in this district. Among the amateurs are female agricultural labourers, women working in stone factories and women working in villages. Kindergarten and Anganwadi workers, women engaged in carving precious stones and school teachers are also making vigorous use of flowers. Village servants and women who feed the poor are also not behind. The largest number are those who have just become literate. Every neo-literate or woman with a new Cyclist Sheet I spoke to drew a direct connection between the Cyclist Sheet and their personal freedom.
Who are the cycling enthusiasts?
(A) Women sleeping in stone quarries
(B) 1- Agricultural laborer women, women working in villages.
(c) School teachers, kindergarten and Anganwadi workers
Answer: (d) height.
What types of women’s bicycles are not used on the back?
(a) Women living at home
(b) Elizabethan women in university
(c) Village maids, lunch person
(d) Officer working in the district
Answer: (c) Village maids, those who prepare lunch.
Village servants, village servant women and neo-literates.
What did the newly literate woman who learned to ride a bicycle say?
(A) Riding a bicycle is an easy task
(b) Both cycling and personal freedom are clearly directly linked
(c) There is independence from the Cycland document
(d) Cycling is beneficial for health
Answer: (B) Both cycling and personal freedom are directly related.
meaning of agricultural laborer
(b) farm laborer
(d) One who snatches agriculture
Answer: (B) A laborer working in a field.
Which of these words is not plural
(B) female teachers
Answer: (a) Woman.
The Cycle Treatise had very definite economic implications. This has increased the income. Some women here sell agricultural or other products in the neighboring villages. Because of the bicycle, their time spent waiting for the buffalo is saved. This is very important for a place with poor transportation system. Secondly, they get more time to concentrate more on their belongings and keep them. Third, this makes them go to more areas. Lastly, cycle training created a sense of self-respect among women.
What were the economic implications of cycling?
(a) Painting depicted from bicycle drawing
(B) Cycling was a matter of pride
(c) Some women in nearby villages sell agricultural produce, saving time wasted in waiting for farmers.
(d) It is easy to open a bicycle shop.
Answer: (c) Some women in nearby villages sell agriculture related produce, saving the time wasted in waiting for farmers.
What was important?
(A) in metropolitan cities
(b) To a place with poor transportation system
(c) where all bus facilities are available
(d) at all places
Answer: (B) To a place with poor transportation system.
What was the time saving benefit of Cycle Book?
(A) Started getting time to stay at home
(b) Storing goods became easier
(c) Avoided external rounds
(d) By saving time these women sell their goods and sell their goods in a larger area.
Answer: (d) By saving time, these women pay more attention to their goods and sell their goods in more areas.
What feelings did the training create among the women?
(A) Cycle training created a sense of self-esteem among women
(b) sense of permanence
(c) sense of doing business
(d) Feeling of wandering
Answer: (a) Cycle training created a sense of self-esteem among women.
Treaty-breaking of ‘implications’.
(A) Ni + Hitartha
(c) Nihita + Artha
(d) implied + meaning
Answer: (d) implicit + meaning.