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Class: X Question Paper Model 1 Marks: 100 Sub: Social Science Time: 3hrs I. Choose the most appropriate answer from the alternatives given and write it in the space provided below each question: 15X1=15 1. During the British rule, all season trunk roads all over the country was planned by A. Lord Dalhousie B. Lord Rippon C. William Bentinck D. Lord Wellesley 1___________ 2. The forests of tropical deciduous forests have commercial value Because A. these forests contain gold mines B. commercially valuable trees are found here C. commercially valuable teak and sandalwood trees are found here D. valuable medicinal herbs are found here 2___________ 3. Education was transferred to concurrent list as per ___ amendment A. 40 B. 42 C. 44 D. 93 3___________ th 4. Indians celebrate 26 January as Republic day because A. constituent assembly was formed B. new constitution was ready C. new constitution was brought into force D. India got its independence 4__________ 5. Cottage industries are also called _____ industries A. local industries B. rural industries C. household industries D. small scale industries 5________ 6. For the development of rural women, the scheme enforced is _____ A. Women Empowerment B. Swayam Siddha C. Balika Samrudhi Yojana D. Streeshakthi Yojana 6______ 7. The freedom fighters who revolted against the British at Mundaragi was A. Sangolli Rayanna B. Bheema Rao C. Venkatappa Nayak D. Bhaskar Rao 7___________ 8. The Central Food Technological Research Institute is located at __ A. Hapur B. Suratgarh C. Mysore D. Bangalore 8______ 9. The war between India and Pakistan in 1971 broke out due to A. liberation of Bangladesh B. Kashmir issue C. terrorism D. Kargil issue 9__________ 10. Sivana Samudra : Karnataka : : Idukki : _________ A. Maharashtra B. Kerala C. Tamil Nadu D. Orissa 10_______ 11. Which of the following is an Agro based industry? A. Chemical industry B. Engineering industry C. Iron/Steel industry D. Cotton Textile 11__________ 1

12. According to Karl Marx, the only solution to end feudalism is A. the dictatorship of proletariat B. Communalism C. the rule of union leaders D. the rule of Czars 12________ 13. Coromandel coast receives rain from North-East Monsoon. The rain shadow region receives rain from the A. South Monsoon B. North Monsoon C. East Monsoon D. South West Monsoon 13__________ 14. The Second World war came to an end due to A. the atomic explosion on Hiroshima and Nagasaki B. the suicide of Hitler C. the establishment of U.N.O. D. the attack on Pearl Harbour 14__________ 15. The result of accepting the conditions of developed countries by developing country will result in A. economic exploitation B. mal administration C. cold war D. economic depression 15________ II. Fill in the blanks: 5X1=5 16. The first country to launch sea voyages was _______ 17. Jomo Kenyatta was the leader of _________ 18. The New Education Policy was introduced in the year _________ 19. To provide guarantee to import and export _____bank is set up. 20. Mausim means __________ III. Match the following: 5X1=5 A B 21. Indian Independence Act 1773 21___________ 22. Supreme Court 1867 22___________ 23. Prarthana Samaj 1884 23___________ 24. Ramakrishna Mission 1813 24___________ st 1897 25___________ 25. 1 Girls’ High School 1847 1947 IV. Answer the following questions in a sentence each: 9X1=9 26. Who started the competitive examinations in Mysore? 27. What were the results of cultural revolution in China? 28. Why did Truman start Marshal Plan? 29. Which is the parliament of U.N.O? 30. What is the main aim of European community? 31. What was the belief of Abraham Lincoln against racial discrimination?

32. What is the other name of tidal forest? 33. Which is the oldest port of India? 34. What is Green Revolution? 2

V. Answer the following questions in 2-3 sentences each: 16X2=32 35. State the conditions of Treaty of Mangalore? 36. What is Subsidiary Alliance? Who was the first king to sign it? 37. What was the result of the development of transport and communication on India during the British period? 38. Describe the salt Satyagraha in Karnataka? 39. What were the steps taken to solve Kashmir issue between Lal Bahadur Shastri and Ayub Khan? 40. What was the immediate cause of First World War? 41. What were the two results of the formation of Israel? 42. Name few anti-social problems faced by India. 43. List out ant two functions of F.A.O. 44. What were the objectives of ASEAN? 45. “Himalayas play an important role in the life of people”. Support this statement. 46. State the uses of copper. 47. “The consumption of cement is the index of growth in a nation”. How? 48. Why is air transport unpopular in India? 49. Name the financial institutions which help cottage and small scale Industry. 50. Why does India require five-year plan? VI. Answer the following questions in 4-5 sentences each: 3X6=18 51. What were the causes and results of the battle of Plassey? 52. What were the effects of the first war of Indian Independence? 53. What are the steps taken to avoid profiteering? 54. Why is well irrigation practiced largely in India? 55. What is mixed farming? What are its characteristics? 56. Why is India facing adverse balance of payment? VII. Answer the following questions in 7-8 sentences each: 4x3=12 57. Explain the role of Bal Gangadhar Tilak in freedom struggle? 58. What is the role of UNESCO in spreading education, science and culture? 59. What are the steps taken to modernize agriculture in India? VIII. Draw an outline map of India and locate the following places. A. The Coromandel Coast B. Nagarjuna Sagar dam C. Mumbai port

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Class: X Question Paper Model 2 Marks: 100 Sub: Social Science Time: 3hrs I. Choose the most appropriate answer from the alternatives given and write it in the space provided below each question: 15X1=15 1. The tradition of celebrating Dasara festival was continued by ___ A. Vijaya and Krishna B. Krishnadevaraya C. Raja Wodeyar D. Chikkadevaraj Wodeyar 1__________ 2. The introduction of subsidiary alliance resulted in A. expansion of British rule and control of Indian states. B. development of Indian states. C. decline of French D. the battle of Plassey 2____________ 3. The government of India act 1858 provided better governance to India because A. it gave importance to the education of Indians. B. it promised a responsible government to India. C. it led to expansion of provincial legislature. D. it was an important act which brought India directly under the rule of British crown 3____________ 4. The highest multi-purpose river valley project of India is A. Hirakud B. Bhakra-Nangal C. Linganchukki D. Almatti 4____________ 5. The leader of the common wealth countries is A. Russia B. America C. Britain D. India 5____________ 6. The topmost priority during the first five year plan was _____ A. irrigation B. power C. industries D. agriculture 6____________ 7. The species called Langur is a/an A. monkey B. leopard C. elephant D. shrew 7____________ 8. The people of Junagad revolted against their nawab because A. Nawab levied heavy taxes on people B. They wanted to merge Junagadh with India C. They wanted to merge Junagadh with Pakistan D. They wanted to declare Junagadh an independent state 9. Cottage industries are also called _______ A. rural industries B. small-scale industries C. local industries D. household industries 9____________ 4

10. In the tropical evergreen forests, the rays of the sun do not reach the ground because A. the trees of this forest grow upto 60m high B. these forests are always green C. they receive heavy rainfall D. the branches of the tree form a canopy 10___________ 11. Mau-Mau revolted in this country A. Kenya B. Libya C. Uganda D. Ghana 11__________ 12. Limited Test Ban treaty didn’t restrict the nuclear test in A. environment B. underground C. outer space D. sea 12___________ 13. The south-west monsoon retreats in October due to A. high temperature and less pressure B. low temperature and high pressure C. the beginning of monsoon D. low pressure in the Bay of Bengal 13___________ 14. The greatest achievement of W.H.O. is A. to establish peace in the world B. to eliminate Chikangunya C. to invent a vaccination against malaria D. to eliminate small-pox from the world 14___________ 15. The League of Nations failed due to various reasons, one of the following is not a reason for it A. America didn’t join the league B. All the countries of the world didn’t join it C. league didn’t have its own army D. Russia revolted against the league II. Fill in the blanks: 5X1=5 16. Hindustan Seva Dal was establishment by ____________ 17. The parliament of Japan is called ___________ 18. The first railway line was established in the year __________ 19. The headquarters of the International court of justice is at ________ 20. The mechanized farming is found at __________ III. Match the following: 5X1=5 A B 21. The Bengal Gazzette 1935 21__________ 22. The Reserve bank of India 1919 22__________ 23. Abolition of Sati 1953 23__________ 24. Indian National Congress 1780 24__________ 25. U.N.O. 1829 25__________ 1858 1885 5

IV. Answer the following questions in one sentence each: 9X1=9 26. What is green revolution? 27. Which region of India receives the heaviest rainfall? 28. Which is the work written by Sanchi Honnamma? 29. What do you mean by ‘Veto’? 30. Why are human rights essential? 31. Which department fights against corruption? 32. What is the present name of Burma? 33. What is Internet? 34. Who was the chairman of constituent assembly? V. Answer the following questions in two sentences each: 16X2=32 35. What were the achievements of Diwan Rangacharlu? 36. What is the effect of industrial revolution on Indian industries? 37. What is economic planning? 38. What were the reasons for the downfall of Germany as per Hitler? 39. Why is India called a sub-continent? 40. Describe the revolt of hunters at Halagalli against the British. 41. What are the uses of solar energy? 42. “Communalism is a threat to society”. How? 43. Which institutions provide technical help to cottage and small-scale industry?

44. State the aims of U.N.O. 45. What are the factors required for the establishment of industries? 46. What was the effect of Leap Forward Policy in China? 47. What were the principles of Theosophical society? 48. Why did Sardar Vallabhai Patel launch police action on Hyderabad? 49. Suggest any 4 methods of constructing and maintaining roadways? 50. Name the human rights. VI. Answer the following questions in 5-6 sentences each: 6X3=18 51. What were the socio-religious causes for the revolt of 1857? 52. Who were moderates? What were their demands? 53. Name the important organs of U.N.O. 54. What steps will you adopt to conserve soil? 55. Why is irrigation necessary in India? 56. Which are the oil seeds grown in India? What are their uses? VII. Answer the following questions in 7-8 sentences each: 4X3=12 57. What were the causes and results of the battle of Buxar? 58. What are the steps taken by the government for the eradication of illiteracy? 59. What is the role played by the foreign trade in the economic development of India? 6

VIII. Draw an outline map of India and locate the following places: 4 A. The river Mahanadi B. Kaiga C. Haldia Class: X Question Paper Model 3 Marks: 100 Sub: Social Science Time: 3hrs I. Choose the most appropriate answer from the alternatives given and write it in the space provided below each question: 15X1=15 1. The permanent settlement system in Bengal was introduced by Governor A. Lord Cornwallis B. Lord Dalhousie C. Robert Clive D. Lord Wellesley 1__________ 2. India celebrates Republic Day on 26th January as A. constituent assembly was formed B. constitution was prepared C. constitution was brought into force D. India was granted complete independence 2__________ 3. The cause of war between India and Pakistan in 1971 was A. Kashmir Issue B. C. to control terrorism D. liberation of Bangladesh 3______ 4. In 1956, states were reorganized on the basis of A. statehood B. population C. language D. culture 4__________ 5. New Deal was introduced by A. Truman B. F.D. Roosevelt C. Stalin D. Churchill 5__________ 6. The second world war ended with this incident A. the suicide of Hitler B. the establishment of U.N.O. C. surrender of Italy D. Atomic explosion on Hiroshima and Nagasaki 6___________ 7. Education was transferred to concurrent list according to __ amendment A. 40 B. 42 C. 44 D. 93 7___________ 8. If the developing and underdeveloped countries agree to the conditions of developed countries, it will result in A. economic exploitation B. mal administration C. dictatorship D. economic depression 8__________ 9. The first person to condemn slavery and racial discrimination was A. Nelson Mandela B. Gandhiji C. John F Kennedy D. Abraham Lincoln 9___________ 10. Gir forest : lion :: Sunderbans : ______ A. tiger B. Cheetah C. rhinoceros D. leopard 10_______ 7

11. The river Damodar was called “the sorrow of Bengal� because ____ A. Due to soil erosion, it destroys crops B. it destroyed property due to floods C. it destroyed forests D. it destroys dams 11________ 12. Black diamond : coal :: liquid gold : _______ A. diesel B. natural gas C. petrol D. kerosene 12________ 13. Colour television was introduced in the year A. 1930 B. 1935 C. 1976 D. 1982 13________ 14. Indian grain storage centre is located at A. Hapur B. Mysore C. Suratgarh D. Punjab 14_______ 15. The best known example of entrepot trade is _____ A. America B. India C. Malaysia D. Singapore 15________ II. Fill in the blanks:5X1=5 16. The first world war ended with the treaty of ______________ 17. The leader of Al Qaeda movement is ______________ 18. To attract the tiny tots to schools in summer __________ is organized. 19. The hottest place in India is __________ 20. The chairman of planning commission is ______________ III. Match the following: 5X1=5 A B 21. Indian Institute of Science 1922 21__________ 22. Swaraj party 1968 22__________ 23. Tashkent agreement 1917 23__________ 24. Russian Revolution 1929 24__________ 25. Great Depression 1911 25__________ 1918 1966 IV. Answer the following questions in a sentence each: 9X1=9 26. Who proposed the drain theory? 27. Where was Salt Satyagraha launched in Karnataka? 28. What was the immediate cause of First World War? 29. When was Streeshakti scheme introduced for the welfare of women? 30. What is Apartheid? 31. Where is the administrative office of F.A.O.? 32. What is environmental pollution? 33. Which forests has the characteristics of pendent roots? 34. What is the aim of National Small Industries Corporation? 8

V. Answer the following questions in 2-3 sentences each: 16X2=32 35. What were the achievements of Kanthirava Narasaraja Wodeyar? 36. What are the contributions of Sir. M. Visveswarayya to Mysore state? 37. What are the features of Ryotwari system? 38. State any two provisions of regulating act. 39. Why did Gandhiji withdraw non-co-operation movement? 40. Describe the Mysore Chalo movement in Karnataka. 41. Name the leaders who started the non-aligned movement. 42. What is Dowry? When was the act initiated by the Government to end Dowry? 43. “Though China has provoked India many times; India maintains a peaceful relation with it”. How do you support this statement? 44. What are the aims of ASEAN? 45. “Himalayas play an important role in the life of people”. Support this Statement. 46. What are the problems faced by tank irrigation? 47. What are the uses of copper? 48. ”Air Transport is not very popular in India” Why? 49. Which Financial institutions Provides Financial help to cottage and small-scale industries? 50. Why did the III five year plan fail? VI. Answer the following question in five six sentence each 6x3=18 51. What was the impact of the Portuguese rule in India? 52. How do you say that the condition of Indian Soldiers in the British army was pathetic? 53. What are the geographical requirements for the cultivation of paddy? Which states produce paddy in India 54. What is the role played by manufacturing industries in the economic development of India? 55. What are the steps taken by the Government to increase exports of India? 56. What are measures taken by the Government to improve the status of women. VII. Answer the following questions in seven-eight sentences each 57. Describe the Non-co-operation Movement 4x3=12 58. Explain the organization and function of Security Council. 59. What is scientific farming? What does it include? VIII. Draw an outline map of India and locate the following places 4x1=4 a. 231/2 North latitude b. Black soil region c. Paradeep port 9

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Sub: Social Science Sri C.K.S. High School Marks100 STD: 10 Time:3 Hours 1. Four alternatives are given for each of the following questions/ Incomplete statements, Only one of then is correct or most appropriate choose the most Suitable and appropriate alternative and write it along write its alphabet in the space provided. 1. The Charter Act of 1853 is considered to be a milestone in the history of Indian Constitution development, because 1..…………………… a. It created an effective legislative wing b. It introduced Bicameral legislature c. It provided responsible government d. Separate communal electorate was introduced 2. During Summer the north Indian plain has high temperature due to a. Fall of sunrays vertical over southern Hemisphere 2…………………… b. Long days and distance from the sea c. Long days and near to the sea d. Long days and for short night 3. UNICET greeting cards are sold and the money collected is used for a. welfare of the women

3…………………

b. The welfare of the old age people c. famine relief fund 4. The place where the first printing machine brought to India in 1556 was a. Pondicherry

b. Calcutta

c. Surat

d. goa

4…………………..

5. The most ancient expert of India is a. gold

5……………………

b. cotton cloth

c. spices d. rice 6. The Act which provided for a bicameral legislature at the centre was a. The Indian Councils Act of 1909 b. The Government India Act of 1935

6…………………

c. The Indian Independence Act of 1947 d. The government of India Act of 1909 7. Five year plan: Power generation :: II Five year Plan : a. Agriculture

b. Transport and Communication

c. Industry

d. Human Resource Development

8. The main objective of Black Board Scheme was a. to supply black board to schools

7. ………………

8……………….

b. Production of black boards in schools c. Providing mid-day meals d. to provide sufficient teachers and infrastructure to schools 9. Black soil is formed from

9………………

a. disintegration of volcanic rocks b. disintegration of crystalline rocks c. disintegration of sedimentary rocks d. change of iron content into iron oxide 10. The news papers which propagated nationalist ideas in Karnataka were a. Karamaveera-Samyuktakarnataka

10……………….

b. karmaveera -Karnataka vrutta c. Mangalore samacara-Karnataka vaidhava d. Prajavani-Vijayakarnataka 11. The biggest part of India a. Kolkata

b. Haldia c. Mumbai

11………………. d. Chennai

12. The effects of treaty of Versailles were

12……………..

a. Development of relationship between America and Germany b. Japan attacked on pearl Harbour c. Imposed heavy war indemnity on Germany d. Tremendous progress found in Italy and France 13. The main objectives of the Organization of African Unity 13…………... a. Developing The Colonics of Africa b. Africans Nations Co-operate themselves in the field of economic and social c. to fight against racial discrimination in Africa d. to Co-operate for the progress in science and technology 14. Man groove forest are called as Sunder bans because

14………………

a. These forests are beautiful b. give shelter to tigers c. as it is developed on the Gangetic delta d. appendence of Sundari trees 15. Aggressive Nationalism means

15………………..

a. Built vast reserves of arms and ammunitions to protect their country b. To maintain internal peace c. Generated a sense of superiority among the people

d. To develop national resources II. Fill in the blanks:16. The English governor who defeated tippu sultan in the IV Anglo-Mysore war was…………………….. 17.Hitler was appointed as the chancellor of Germany by…………………… 18. The declaration of Human Rights in the year……………………….. 19. Tropical deciduous forests are also called………………………….. 20. Rolling concept was introduced in India by the ……………………Govt III. Match the following:A

B

21. Treaty of Salbai

1957

22. Unification of Karnataka

1978

23. Sputnik Satellite launched in the year

1782

24. Camp David Agreement

1854

25. Public education Department started

1956 1882 1828

V. Answer the following in a sentence each:26. Who was regarded as the maker of modern Mysore? 27. Who led the Kanpur revolt in 1857? 28. What was Mussolini’s Private paramilitary force called? 29. What is Poverty? 30. What are the main objectives of SAARC? 31. Which two countries signed for the space treaty? 32. Mention any two very heavy rainfall regions of India 33. What were the problems faced by the Jute industry during the partition of the Country? 34. What is Bonded Labor? V. Answer the following questions in two sentence each:35. How did HyderAli come to power? 36. What were the Political causes for Sepoy mutiny? 37. What was the impact of English education on Indians? 38. Describe the shivpur Satyagraha. 39. What were the steps and Ayubkhan in solving Kashmir Problem? 40. What were the effects of Cultural Revolution in China? 41. What is Cold war?

42. What are measures taken by the Government to prevent smuggling? 43. Which are the five Principles of Panchasheela? 44. What are the Conditions imposed to developing countries by the developed countries? 45. Why is North India plan called “The heart of India”? 46. What are the main objectives of multipurpose river valley Projects? 47. “The consumption of cemcut is the index of nations progress “How? 48. Why there is a deeline in waterways in recent years? 49. What are the chief features of foreign trade? 50. What is the need for economic planning in India? VI. Answer the following in 5 to 6 sentence:51. Explain the opportunities in which the English got during second carnatic war to enhance their political power. 52. Discuss the role played by the moderates in the freedom movement. 53. What are the steps taken by the Government to eradicate poverty? 54. What are the geographical conditions required for the cultivation of what 55. Name the power resources and mineral resources of India 56. What are the problems faced by the cottage and small scale industries?

VII. Answer the following in 8 sentence each:1. Explain the principles of Brahma samaj 2. Name the main organs of U N O? What are the functions of general Assembly? 3. What is the importance of agriculture in India? VIII. Draw an outline of India and mark the following:1.821/2 north latitude 2. Shivanasamudra 3. Western Ghats

Sub: Social Science STD: 10

Sri C.K.S. High School

Marks:100 Time:3 Hours

Choose the correct answer from the four alternatives given below and write:1. The first European country launched voyage across the sea was …………. a. Britain b. Portugal c. France d. Holland 2. The structure and the theoretical objectives of the Constitution are based on a. The principals and philosophy of Ambedkar

2………………

b. Population of India c. the principles that guided the freedom movement d. Secularism 3. British sent Cripps mission because

3………………

a. To negotiate India support for the First World War b. To negotiate Indian support for II world war c. To give freedom to Indians d. Order to stop civil disobedience movement 4. The result of Meji Restoration was

4………………..

a. commodore Perry secured right to trade with Japan b. Japan emerged as rich industrial nation c. Prince Meji defeated Tokugawa administrator d. Europeans established trading centers in Japan 5. Economic planning commission established in a. 1947

b. 1950

c. 1951

5 ………………..

d. 1952

6. Hitler described main causes for the decline of Germany was a. Great depression of 1929

6………………..

b. Jews, communists and the treaty of Versailles c. Poverty and unemployment d. Fall of Germany in the I World war 7. The Worst Challenge that India is facing today is

7……………………

a. Communalism b. Illiteracy c. Regionalism d. Terrorism 8. The head quarters of SAARC is situated at

8……………………..

a. Bankok b. Delhi c. Katmandu d. Dhaka 9. America and its allied nations attack on Iraq because 9……………........... a. Belived to possess many banned weapons of mass destruction b. For terrorist activities c. To catch Bin laden

d. To end saddam Hussain regime 10. The Leader of the blacks who fought for racial discrimination in south Africa was 10………………… a. Gandiji

b. Martin Luther

c. Abraham Lincon

d. Nelson Mandela

11. Winter season in India due to

11…………………

a. The sun’s rays full vertically over the southern Hemisphere b. India gets the oblique seems rays c. The seems rays fall vertically over the northern Hemisphere 12. India monopolized in the production of Mica because 12………………. a. abundance of resource

b. mixed mineral resource

c. It has some special qualities

d. Resistant to corrosion

13. Pykara: Tamil nadu : Mandipower house:

13……………….

a. Karnataka b. Kerala c. Himachal Pradesh d,.Goa 14. The oldest and still existing news paper of India

14………………

a. The Bengal gazette b. Bombay Samachar d. Deccan Herald

d. Mangaluru samachar

15. Central food and Technological Research centre established in India at a. Hapur b. Suratgarh c. Gorakpur

d. Mysore

15………………..

II. Fill in the Blanks with suitable words:16. The ruler who laid steps to Chamundi hills was………………….. 17………………..established a republic in southern china 18. The chief architect of Indian’s foreign policy was…………………… 19. Dam is constructed across the river kosi at……………………..on the borders of India and Nepal 20. To overcome the problem of formers, the Karnataka Government has started…………………………….Programme in every hobli III. Match the following:A

B

21. Establishment of Mysore university

1914

22. Establishment of supreme court

1950

23. Constitution came into force

1916

24. Shivapura Dwaja sathyagraha

1973

25. Beginning I World war

1938 1949 1858

VI. Answer the following questions in one sentence:26. Who wrote Chikkadevaraja Binnapam and on which deity? 27. Who was regarded the father of Indian renaissance 28. Which programme was launched to provide shelter to the Pakistani refuges? 29. What is COFEPOSA? 30. What is Third world? 31. Which is the notable achievement of European community? 32. Mention the types of Iron-ore/Which are the two types of iron ore? 33. What is Trade? 34. Which city in India recorded for high temperature? V. Answer the following questions in 2-3 sentences:35. Why is Ranjith singh described as the famous ruler of Sikhs? 36. What was the impact of the growth of transport and communication on India? 37. Why did the Social reform movement take place in the 19th century? 38. Describe the role of Kittur Rani Chennamma in the freedom movement of Karnataka . 39. What were the reasons of II world war? 40. How did Kenya become a independent republic? 41. What is the main objective of Universalization of primary education? 42. What are the main objectives of social and economic council of UNO? 43. Mention the differences between Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats 44. State any four importances of forests 45. Name the food crops of India 46. What are the steps taken to modernized railway transport in India? 47. What is the difference between balance of trade and balance of payment? 48. What were the causes for the failure of third five year plan? 49. How did Junashad merge to the India union? 50. How are Human Rights protected vender the Indian constitution? VI. Answer the following questions in 5-6 sentences:51. Give reasons for the decline of French in India 52. Describe the role of balagangadhara Tilak in Freedom Movement. 53. What is profiteering? What are the steps taken by the Government to check it profeturing?

54. Well irrigation is largely practical in India. Give reasons 55. What are the disadvantages of Industrial development in India? 56. What are the functions of Regulated market? VII. Answer in 8-10 Sentences:57. What were the effects of the 1857 uprising? 58. State the achievements of UNO 59. How are cottage and small scale industries helpful for the economic development of India? Explain 60. Draw an outline map of India and mark the following:1. Nilgiri hills

2. Highest paddy growing region

3. Vishaka Patna

Social science – paper No-6 Four alternatives are given for each statement. Choose the correct answer and write it along with its alphabets . 1. The English commander who defeated Hyder Ali in the battle of solignur was 1………….. A. Hector runro B. sir Ire Coote C. Wellesely D. Warren Hastings. 2. The first newspaper of India

2…………..

A. Mangalura samachara

B. Bombay samachara

C. The Bengal Gazzet

D. The hindu

3. The Act of 1935 was a mile stone in the history of India , Because A. It become the basis for the constitution of independent India B. It does not provided for the federal government of India C. It ended the dual government

3…………….

D. It provided basis for the independence of India. 4. Government enforced ___scheme for the development of rural women A . Women welfare scheme C. Batika samruddiyojana

B. Indira women welfare D. Streeshakthi scheme. 4…………….

5. U.N.O was established in the year__________ A. 14th sept 1945

B. 24th oct 1945

C. 24th oct1945

d. 25th Dec 1945

5……………..

6. A social reformer who married a window inspite of severe opposition from the orthodoxy was 6…………….. A. Ganesh agarkar

C. Ramjishinde

B. Athmaram panduranga D. Dhando keshavkarve 7. The main aim of the Biological weapon convention treaty was A.To enforce disarmament

7……………

B. Prohibition of production and stock pile of nuclear weapons C. Prohibition of production of biological weapons and stock piling them D. Development of nuclear weapons

8. Hitler organized a private army called

8…………….

A. Block shirts

B. The brown shirt wing

C. Red shirts wing

D. Fuchrer wing

9. The dectators during Second World War promised the people to A. solves economic problems

B. national reconstruction 9…………

C. to wipeout poverty

D. to win the war

10. If North-East monsoon winds bring rainfall to coromanded coast; then______wind bring rainfall to kacchh coast. 10…………... A. South winds B. West winds C. North winds D. South –West winds 11. One of the plans of Nationalization of forest operation is______ A. Nationalization of forest operation

11…………..

B. Protection of wild animals and environment. C. Commercialization of industrial forest operation. D. Large-scale forestation on community land . 12. The solar energy station is at A. Baramar

12……….......

b. Gurgoan c. Digboi D. kaiga

13. cottage and small scale industries are suitable for India because A. They provide jobs to rural masses

13…………..

B. They require less capital C. they can be started with indigenous resources. D. They require less power supply 14. Organizations which have been setup for designing and adopting machines suitable to Indian conditions is 14………….. A. Industrial Design centre board

B.The small inventions development

C. rachines designing centre

D. All India fashion designing centre

15. Monsoon retracts due to

15………….

A. Decrease in temperature and increase in pressure B. Depression in Bay of Bengal

C. Decrease in pressure and increase in temperature D. Low pressure in Arabic sea due to increase in inland temperature II. Fill in the blanks

1x5=5

16. The first Indian king who accepted subsidiary alliance was……….. 17. Father of Goavan liberation movement was……………… 18. The European Community introduced a new currency system called …………………. 19. The sorrow of Bihar was ……………………. 20. The bank which has been started to provide loans to produce goods for expert is………………. III. Match the following 21. The Act which introduced

1x5=5 Civil service Examination

1893

22. World Congress of Religions Held at Chicago

1905

23. Japan defeated Russia

1853

24. The entry of America into the I world war

1948

25. Independence of Srilanka

1917 1919 1972

IV.Answer the following questions in a sentences

1x9=9

27. what is aim of Aligarh movement ? 28. Why did the president, Freeman of America introduce Marshal Plan? 29. Who was appointed by the government to prevent the regional inqualities? 30. Why is Nepal depend upon India for its economic activities ? 31. Expand SAARC? 32. What is the aim of Vanamahotsava ? 33. Why was steel Authority of India established? 34. What is crop insurance .

V. Answer the following questions in 2 to 3 a sentences each 35. Why did the British take over the administration from Krishnaraja wodeyar III? 36. What were the main features of Charles wood’s dispatch? 37. Describe briefly forest satyagraha at Sirsi ? 38. Who were Razakers? What was their aim? 39. What were the steps taken by Franklin D Roosevelt to check economic depression in America? 40. What were the effects of First World War? 41. What were the aims of non-aligned movement? 42. What are the provisions made by the government to safeguard the interest of the scheduled caste? 43. How do you say the relationship between India and Pakistan is not good? 44. What is the view of India regarding the complete disarmament? 45. How are 2 passes found in greater Himalayas useful? 46. “The people of a country are its greater resource “how? 47. Why Aluminum is called as wonder metal? 48. Name some agro-based industries? 49. Name the iron and steel industries started in the public sector during second five year plan 50. “Social service in the sixth five year plan was satisfactory” justify this statement VI. Answer the following in five to six sentences each 6x3=18 51. How did the capture of Constantinople result in important development? 52. What were the economic causes of 1857 uprising? 53. “The UNESCO is trying its best to promote science and technology and culture “justify this statement 54. Name the geographical requirements for the cultivation of coffee and tea 55. What are the functions of post office? 56. What is the importance of foreign trade in India’s economic development? VI. Answer the following questions in 8 sentences each 57. Describe the role of subhash Chandra bose in the freedom movement 58. What are the measures taken by the government to eradicate illiteracy? 59. Describe the steps taken by the government for scientific farming VIII.60.Draw an outline map of India and mark the following on it a. River Godavari

b. Aravalli ranges c. surat

Social science – paper No-6 Four alternatives are given for each statement. Choose the correct answer and write it along with its alphabets . 1. The English commander who defeated Hyder Ali in the battle of solignur was 1………….. A. Hector runro Hastings.

B. sir Ire Coote C. Wellesely D. Warren

2. The first newspaper of India

2…………..

A. Mangalura samachara

B. Bombay samachara

C. The Bengal Gazzet

D. The hindu

3. The Act of 1935 was a mile stone in the history of India , Because A. It become yht basis for the constitution of independent india B. It does not provided for the fedral government of India C. It ended the dual government D. It provided basis for the independence of India. 4. Government enforced _________scheme for the development of rural women. a . Women welfare scheme

B. Indira women welfare

c. Batika samruddiyojana

D. Streeshakthi scheme.

5. U.N.O was established in the year__________ A. 14th sept 1945

B. 24th oct 1945

C. 24th oct1945

d. 25th Dec 1945

6. A social reformer who married a window inspite of severe opposition from the orthodoxy was-------A. Ganesh agarkar

C. Ramjishinde

B. Athmaram panduranga D. Dhando keshavkarve 7. The main aim of the Biological weapon convention treaty was---------A.To enforce disarmament B. Prohibition of production and stock pile of nuclear weapons C. Prohibition of production of biological weapons and stock piling them D. Development of nuclear weapons


SSLC Social Science Question Bank 2012