Grade Seven HPE Practice Questions

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grade seven HPE

Here are three sets of grade seven HPE questions. These questions are much helpful for the students to prepare their final examination. Grade seven HPE has  full mark fifty.


Grade Seven HPE [Set I]



1.       Fill in the blanks.                                                                   

a.   ……………………..  the first thick milk of a mother, help strengthen child’s immune power.

b. ……………………………………. vaccine keeps children safe from tuberculosis.

c.     Cell is made from a living substance called……………………………

d.    Whooping cough is caused by……………….. germs.

e.     Tuberculosis is caused by………………………                                    .

f.     The physical structure resembles the  …………………. of a person.

g.    Chemical like……………………is present in tobacco.

h.    Pneumonia spreads due to………………………..bacteria.

i.     75 percent of waste from house is ……………….. .

j.     The oxygenated blood is carried by……………………veins to heart.

2.       Match the following:                                                            

Group ‘A’                                                                               Group ‘B’

a.    Energy giving nutrition.                                                                      (        ) vitamin

b.    Providing body safety and fitness                                                      (        ) protein

c.     Food that provides double energy                                                     (        ) vitamin C

d.    Nutrition that develops physical and mental Growth.                  (        ) fat.

e.     Fruits having sour taste.                                                                     (        ) carbohydrate.

f.     Preventing body from sterility                                                           (        ) iron

g.    Preventing body from anaemia                                                          (        ) vitamin E



h.    Preventing man from goiter                                                                (        ) minerals

i.     Vitamins A, D, E and K                                                                         (        ) water soluble

j.     Vitamins B and C                                                                                   (        ) fat soluble.

3.       Answer the following questions:                                                              

a.    Explain the types and functions of bones.

b.    Write down the functions of muscles.

c.     Write the source and functions of carbohydrates.

d.    Why do we need protein? What happens if it lacks in our body?

e.     Write the process of reusing wastes.

f.     State the mode of transmission of communicable diseases.

g.    What are the causes of heart disease? What precautions should be taken to prevent heart disease?

h.    Write the causes of high infant mortality rate in Nepal.

i.     Define family plan.

j.     What are the various subjects studied in family health?

4.       Draw a diagram of the process of transformation of disease.

5.       Draw a table of the required vaccines for the prevention of some diseases.

Set II

1.    Fill in the blanks:                                                                                        

a.  Cell is made from a living substance called ________________

b.  _____________ is called the power house of a cell.

c.  The bones without any shape and size are called _______________

d.  An example of _____________ joint is the joint of elbow and knee.



e.  ___________ lies behind the mouth and nose.

f.   The numerious fingers like projection called ___________ are found in the inner part of the small intestine.

g.  After getting the food particles smaller, the food reaches to _____________

h.  On an average, an adult at rest respires _____________ times in a minute.

i.   The oxygenated blood is carried by ____________ veins to heart.

j.   The impure gas gets collected in the ____________ from the capillaries.

2.    Match the followings:                                                                                 

a.  Energy giving nutrition                                                                (  ) vitamin

b.  Providing body safety and fitness                                              (   ) protein

c.  Food that provides double energy                                             (   ) vitamin C

d.  Nutrients that develops physical and mental growth.           (   ) carbohydrates

e.  Fruits having sour taste                                                                 (   ) fat

f.   Preventing women from sterility                                                (   ) iron

g.  Preventing body from anaemia                                                    (   ) vitamin E

h.  Preventing man from goiter.                                                        (   ) minerals

i.   Pertusis germs                                                                                 (   ) BCG

j.   Tuberculosis                                                                                     (   ) Whooping cough                                                                                                                                                                                 (   ) balanced diet.

3.    Answer the following questions:                                                                          

a.  Write the causes of high infant mortality rate in Nepal.

b.  Make the list of the community health problem in our country.

c. How high population growth in a community causes health problem. Discuss

d.  Why is the study of family health required?

e.  Write the ways to stay away from drug, alcohol and tobacco.

4.    Draw the diagrams:

a. Different parts of lungs.

b. Process of the transformation of diseases.

c. General cell.

5.    Write a note on the importance of family plan in our country.

Set III

1. Rewrite the following sentences and fill in the blanks:

a.   Cell is made from a living substance called ________________ .

b.   The oxygenated blood is carried by _____________ vains to heart.

c.   ____________ provides building materials to our body.

d.   ____________ is called blood clotting vitamins.

e.   Deficiency of ___________ hinders the mental and physical growth of a child.

f.    The source of tuberculosis is ___________.

g.   The full form of BCG is ___________

h.   Whooping cough is caused by _____________ germs.

i.    The full form of AIDS is _________________

j.    Ear complication can lead a person to became________________

2.   Match the following:                                                                                      

Group ‘A’                                                                   Group ‘B’

a. Energy giving nutrients                                      (  ) vitamin

b.  Providing body safety and fitness                     (  ) vitamin C

c.  The first thick milk of a mother                         (  ) carbohydrate

d.  Food that provides double energy                    (  ) Hepatitis

e. Fruits having sour taste                                       (  ) fat

f.   Preventing women from sterility                      (   ) iron

g.  Preventing body from anaemia                          (  ) vitamin E

h.  Liver gets swollen                                                 (  ) pharynx

i.   Preventing man from goitre                               (  ) colostrums

j.   Lies behind the mouth and nose                        (  ) minerals.

Grade Seven HPE Long Questions

3.   Answer the following question:                                                           

i.       Write the causes of high infant mortality rate in Nepal.

ii.     Write any five factors of family health.

iii.    Explain the types and functions of bones.

iv.    Write down the functions of muscle.

v.     Write down the sources and functions of carbohydrate.

vi.    Write the process of reusing wastes.

vii.   State the mode of transmission of communicable diseases.

viii.  Why have illiteracy and poverty been considered as community health problems?

ix.    Write the ways to stay away from drugs, alcohol and tobacco.

x.     Define safety. Write the importance of first aid.

4.  Draw the diagrams of the process of transformation of diseases through water.