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MCQ on Browsing Internet JAC

GYV MCQ based practice set for CBSE class 6 computer
This is a MCQ on Browsing Internet for Class 8 students of JAC board. The practice set is  from the chapter- Browsing Internet. The questions have been prepared keeping in mind the entire chapter. Though in real examination there are different kinds of question, here all forms of questions have been converted into MCQs for ease of taking a self test. This MCQ is timer based and should be submitted within 40 mins. Students can take the self test multiple times. They would be able to see the correct and incorrect answers after submitting the responses.

You may revise the notes for chapter Browsing Internet before attempting MCQ by clicking here 

Computer- Browsing Internet

1. The term Hypertext was coined by-
2. Combination of text, audio, video, graphics and animation is-
3. Who is regarded as “Father of Internet” ?
4. Reverse Chronological Order means-
5. World Wide Web was developed in the year-
6. The software program that allows users to access and navigate the World Wide Web.
7. Who invented World Wide Web?
8. The term ‘Real Time’ means –
9. The online conversation in which we can instantly send messages back and forth to one another using internet is
10. The first blog was created by
11. The most recent blog post appears first.
12. Who created Skype software ?
13. The set of rules used to communicate between computers in a network are called-
14. ________ is like an online journal or diary.
15. World Wide Web consists of millions of documents called-
16. _______ language is used to create web pages along with text.
17. Skype is a _______ service ?
18. Blogger was launched in the year
19. ___________ is a live visual connection between two or more people residing at far away places.
20. Graphics that contain movement are called

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