Read the following passage carefully.
Mother Teresa is also known as ‘Blessed Teresa of Calcutta”. Her earlier name was ‘Anjeze Gonxhe Bojaxhier” She was born on 26th August, 1910 at the then Yugoslavia. She came to India in 1929. Mother Teresa was Roman Catholic nun moved to Calcutta’s slum “to serve God among the poorest of the poor”. In 1950, she established the Missionaries of Charity to help the poor, helpless, disabled, diseased refugees and lepers. Today, the missionaries of charity are in more than 100 countries. She was awarded the title of “Padma Shri” in 1962. She received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Later in 1980, she received conferred the title of ‘Bharat Ratna”, the highest civilian award in India. She was the first citizen of India to win Nobel Peace Prize.
Now answer the following questions.
1) What is the other name for Mother Teresa?
2) What was the birth place of Teresa?
3) When did Mother Teresa found the Missionaries of Charity?
4) What was the award received by Teresa in 1979?
a) Nobel Prize
b) Padma Shri
c) Blessed Teresa
d) Bharat Ratna
5) Where did Mother Teresa find God?
a) in the city of Calcutta
b) in the school of charity
c) in Yugoslavia
d) in the poorest of the poor