Social Science Sample Question Paper 2018- 19 Set-10&11 (Unsolved)

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SOCIAL SCIENCE– Set 10

Class — IX

Maximum Marks: 80                                                                                                                            Time 3 hours

 Instructions

(I)There are 26 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.

(ii) Marks for each question are indicated against the question.

(iii) Questions from serial number 1 to 7 are very short Answer type Questions. The answer these questions should not exceed 30 words limit. Each question carries one mark.

(iv) Question from serial number 8 to 18 is 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions should not exceed 80 words each.

(v)Question from serial number 19 to 25 is 5 marks questions. Answers of these questions should not exceed 100 words each.

 (vi) Question number 26 is a map question. It has two parts 26(A) and 26(B) 26 (A) of 2 marks from History and 26(B) of 3 marks from Geography. After completion attaches the map inside your answer book.

1.Who was called ‘The Warriors’ among the Masan community? (1)

2.Who said “Plant more wheat, wheat will win the war”? (1)

3.Which Indian state has the longest coastline? (1)

4.What do you mean by Banger? (1)

5.What is the climatic condition of tropical evergreen forests? (1)

6.A touring to which fundamental right, the public places should be accessible to all the Persons. (1)

7.What s the effect of the Green Revolution? (1)

8.Mention a mention three ways in which colonialism affected the lives of the pastoralists in India. (3)

9.How do small farmers obtain capital for farming? (3)

10.Explain %ere the Indian farmers reluctant to grow opium? (3)

11.Plain the methods to express growth in population. (3)

12.Mention the importance of forests. (3)

13.Distinguish between Hangar and Khaddar. Owntenrracy is better than other forms of government because it allows us to correct It b ‘stakes.” Illustrate. (3)

14.Plain the terms Sovereign, Socialist and Republic. (3)

15.Amine the need for raved constituencies in India. (3)

16.Give any three differences between economic activity and non-economic activity. (3)

17.”Poverty line may vary with time and place.” Support the statement with an example. (3)

18.Explain the difference in the ideology of three major groups of Russia namely, Liberals Radicals and conservatives. (5)

19.Describe the ideology of racial hierarchy propounded by Hitler. (5)

20.Describe the main features of Gang Action plan. (5)

21.Explain the reasons for calling some rights as Fundamental Rights. (5)

22.”The Prime Minister is the head of the government.” Justify, the statement. (5)

23.How can poverty be reduced in future in India? (5)

24.Why is there a need for food security in India? (5)

25.(A)On a given outline map of France, Name and locate the following: (5)

(1) Nantes (2) Normandy

(B) Three items (A), (B) and (C) are marked in the given outline map of India. ‘dent these items with the help of the given information and write their names.

 (A) The biggest state according to area

(B) A mountain peak

(C) A saltwater lake.

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SOCIAL SCIENCE– Set 11

Class — IX

Maximum Marks: 80                                                                                                                            Time 3 hours

 Instructions

(I)There are 26 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.

(ii) Marks for each question are indicated against the question.

(iii) Questions from serial number 1 to 7 are very short Answer type Questions. The answer these questions should not exceed 30 words limit. Each question carries one mark.

(iv) Question from serial number 8 to 18 is 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions should not exceed 80 words each.

(v)Question from serial number 19 to 25 is 5 marks questions. Answers of these questions should not exceed 100 words each.

 (vi) Question number 26 is a map question. It has two parts 26(A) and 26(B) 26 (A) of 2 marks from History and 26(B) of 3 marks from Geography. After completion attaches the map inside your answer book.

1. Which pastoral tribes live in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh?

2. What does ‘Scientific Forestry’ mean?

3. Why are days and nights almost of equal duration at Kanyakumari?

4.Which age group is considered economically productive in the study of the population?

5. What is a divergent boundary?

6. What is meant by human capital formation?

7. Who elects the President?

8. Explain why nomadic tribes need to move from one place to another. What are the advantages to the environment of this continuous movement?

9. What was the impact of the Westward expansion of settlers in the USA? (3)

10. What is meant by occupational structure?

11. Explain the occupational structure of India. (3)

12. Why is the monsoon considered as a unifying bond? (3)

13. Describe how the Himalayas were formed?

14. Mention any three demerits of democracy. (3)

15. Why is very important?

16.Describe the procure of counting after (3)

17. How did Green Revved solution help to solve the food crisis in India? (3)

18. Give a brief account of poverty in India. (3)

19. Briefly explain the steps taken by the Nazis to create a racial community of pure Germans. (5)

20. Explain the main features of the Criminal Tribes Act introduced by the colonial government in India? (5)

21.”Rivers have been of fundamental importance throughout the human history” Justify the statement. (5)

22. Explain the ‘Right to Freedom of Religion. (5)

23. Why does the political executive have more powers than the permanent executive.(5)

24. Define the Green Revolution. How is the Green Revolution different from traditional fanning? (5)

25.Describe the negative effects of the increase in Minimum Support Price (MSP) of food grains in (5)

26.(A)On a given outline map of world name and locate the following:

(1) Austria-Hungary (2) Norway

 (B) Three items (A), (B) and (C) are marked in the outline map of India. Ideas items with the help of the given information and write their names:

(A) A mountain peak

 (B) Line showing advancing monsoon

(C) A river.

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