CBSE Class 10 Information Technology (IT) Previous Papers will contain the questions which have come already in CBSE paper once. With these papers, it becomes easy for candidates to know what type of questions come in the exam and so they can practice accordingly. CBSE 10th Information Technology papers contain the questions based on concepts as are the part of the IT syllabus. Some sample questions are given below which are the part of objective type portion in exam.
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Q1: ____ are unwanted bulk emails or unwanted commercial emails.
Q2: The XML documents is like a _____
- Tree Structure
- Inverted Tree Structure
- Flat Structure
- None of above
Q3: A _____ is someone who breaks into someone else’s computer system, often on a network, bypasses passwords or licenses in computer programs, or in other ways intentionally breaches computer security with malicious intent.
Q4: Which of them is correct?
- All XML Statements must have a closing tag
- All XML elements must be lower case
- All XML documents must have a DTD
- All of above
Q5: Valid XML document means-
- The document has one root element
- The document contains one of more root elements
- The document has DTD and complies to it
- Each element must be in capital letter
Q6: A software spies on your computer activities is-
CBSE Class 10 Information technology Papers can be attained from below and practiced to attain flexibility. This way the students will know what type of questions will come in exam and so they can score better in exam paper.
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