CBSE Social Science Class VI | Sample Paper -1 |


CBSE Social Science Class VI | Sample Paper -1 |


Time: 3 hour

Subject- Social Science M.M.-80

All questions are compulsory.

  1. Tick the correct option                                 5
  • In the Paleolithic period ,people were
  • hunter-gatherers b- potters           c- farmers     d- fishermen
  • Literary sources include
  • books b- manuscript   c- biographies d- all of them
  • The Neolithic humans were associated with the custom of
  • burying the dead b- both burying and burning
  • burning the dead         d- none of these
  • The Indus valley script was based on
  • symbols b- signs              c- inscription     d- both a & c
  • The ____is the Veda that has hymns
  • Rig Veda b- Sama Veda c- Yajur Veda    d- Atharva Veda
  • The path of a planet around the Sun is called
  • line     b- orbit               c- circle               d- Milky Way
  • The network of criss-cross lines is called
  • parallel                 b- grid                c- longitude      d- hemisphere
  • State formed on the basis of language are called
  • artistic         b- linguistic       c- cultural          d- diverse
  • The government of Delhi would look after
  • Uttar Pradesh              c- Delhi
  • neighboring areas      d- entire country
  • In our country, a government is formed for a period of
  • 4 years      b- 6 years           c- 5 years           d- 7 years


  1. Write T for true and F for false                                                 5
  • India has a monarchical form of government.
  • India was a democracy even during British rule.
  • Discrimination and in a quality exist only in India.
  • The constitution treats everyone equally.
  • The Great Granary was a store house of grains.
  • The Lothar dock was located in present day Pakistan.
  • Mesolithic period came from palaeolithic.
  • Domestication of animals began in the Palaeolithic age.
  • Literary sources are difficult to preserve over time.
  • History tells us only about the king who ruled in the past.
  1. Fill in the blanks                                                            5
  • History is the study of the____________.
  • Stone tools were of three types, namely__________.
  • _____refers to appreciating the differences among people.
  • A government is formed through________.
  • __________is also known as the morning star.
  • The Earth rotates on its___________
  • The Earth tilts on its_________
  • ___________maps show the countries of the world.
  • The Vedas were the sacred literature of the___________.
  • The ___________wheel was used to make pots.
  1. Distinguish between these terms. Any two.                      10
  • Stars and Planets
  • Day and Night
  • Rotation and Revolution
  1. Answer these questions in brief. Any eight                            16
  • Name the three organs of the government.
  • Name two languages used for writing inscription.
  • How did early human preserve their food?
  • How did Abraham Lincoln define democracy?
  • How many levels of government are there?
  • When are days and nights equal?
  • What do you understand by diversity?
  • State any two developments during the Neolithic period.
  • What did the children do in the Gurukula
  • Name two epics belonging to the Vedic period?
  1. Answer these questions in detail. Any four.                           16
  • Give examples of two types of literary work.
  • Explain the stages in to which men’s life was divided.
  • Why the Earth is called unique planet?
  • What are the functions of government?
  • List some objects excavated by the archaeologists to study the past.
  1. With the help of diagram explain the cycle of seasons. 8
  2. Mapmakers use symbols on a map. Draw any five symbols. 8
  3. Show the neighboring countries of India in map. 7

Nepal,       Pakistan,            china,        Bangla Desh,    Bay of Bangal


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