CBSE Social Science Class IX | Sample Paper -1 |
Time: 3 hour
Subject- Social Science M.M.-80
All questions are compulsory.
- Answer the following very short questions from 1 to 9 (1 mark each)
- How much is the total area of India?
- Which is the largest delta of the world ?
- Name the two head streams of the Ganga.
- Give the titles of the books written by –
- Rousseau Charlas Montesquieu
- Name the two philosophers who fouverd socialism.
- Define democracy.
- What is multiple croping ?
- What are secondary activities?
- What is preamble ?
- Answer the following short questions from 10 to 20.(3 marks each)
- Why has the 8201/2 E been selected as the standard meridian of India?
- Why the rivers are considered the lifelines of human civilization?
- Which period of France is referred as reign of Terror? Give reasons.
- Mention any three causes of the Russion revolution .
Mention any four features of Najism.
- Explain the three features of democracy.
- Mention all Fundamental Rights.
- What is the importance of green revolution for the India economy?
- What is unemployment? State any two effects on society.
- Name the countries which are larger than India.
- What is state list? Give two subjects which come under state list.
- What is production? Write any two features of land as a factor of production.
- Answer the questions from 22 to 27 within 120 words.(5 marks each)
- India is often referred to as a subcontinent. Give reasons.
- Write short notes on the following .
- The India Desert. The island groups of India.
- Discuss the significant difference between the Himalayan and the Peninsular Rivers.
- Explain the role of thinkers and philosophers in the French revolution.
Explain the social of Hitler or Nazis.
- What are the difficulties people face in non-democratic country ? Give examples.
- India is a sovereign, socialist secular democratic, republic. Explain.
- What is the importance of electricity for rural India?
- Map base questions
On an outline map of India show the following. (1 marks each)
- Coromadel Coast Lake Sambhar c. The Thar desert