Class 10 Cbse SA 2 Guess Paper for Social Science | NCERT Social St Sample Paper for Summative Assessment II (Term 2) | Model Questions - 4


Summative Assessment - II (SA 2 - Term II Examination)
(Sample Paper / Practice Paper / Model Questions)
CBSE Class X (NCERT / CCE pattern)
Social Science
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Time: 3hours                                                                            
M.M.: 80
Instructions
1. Attempt all questions.
2. The question paper consists of two sections A and B.
3. Questions of sections A and B have to be answered separately.
4. Questions from 1 to 16 are MCQ to be answered in 30 minutes only.
5. Marks for the questions have been mentioned against each question.
6. Additional 15 minutes time has been allotted to read the paper.    
SECTION – A [MCQ]
Choose the most appropriate answer from the given alternatives:    [16]
1. In a SHGs most of the decision regarding saving and loan activities are taken by
(a) Bank (b) members (c) non-government organization
2. Formal Sources of Credit do not include
(a) Banks (b) co-operatives (c) employers
3. The most common route for investments by MNCs in countries around the world is to
(a) Set up new factories (b) buy existing local companies (c) form partnerships with local companies.
4. Globalisation has led to improvement in living conditions     
(a) Of all the people (b) of people in the developed countries (c) of workers in the developing countries
(d) none of the above.
5. Mageni was a leader of  
(a) U.S.A (b) Spanish (c) Italy (d) Germany
6. India-China does not include the following country
(a) Laos (b) China (c) Vietnam (d) Cambodia
7. Government of India Act passed in
(a) 1919 (b) 1928 (c) 1931 (d) 1935
8. This is a light metal in the produce of aeroplanes
(a) Mica (b) Copper (c) Bauxite (d) Gold
9. Human Rights Organization are an example of
(a) a pressure group (b) a political party (c) a pubic interest group (d) a religious group
10. AIADMK is
(a) a lobby (b) a political party (c) an interest group (d) a single issue movement
11. Democracy does not stand for the following  
(a) democratic rights (b) election (c) violence (d) one man rule
12. Which one of the following agencies is responsible for production and marketing steel for Public Sector Plants
(a) HAL (b) SAIL (c) Tata Steel (d) MNC
13.Vietnam had been under the colonial rule of
(a) USA (b) UK (c) France (d) Portugal
14. Otto Von Bismarck was the chief minister of
(a) Prussia (b) Hanover (c) Australia (d) Italy
15. The Red Shirts was the army of volunteers to fight for
(a) Italy (b) France (c) Germany (d) Ireland
16. Duck Metternich was the Chancellor of
(a) France (b) Austria (c) Germany (d) Hungary
SECTION – B
For question 17, 18 and 19 select one question from each from all the following Parts I, II and III:
17. “The anti-imperial movements developed everywhere nationalists”. Give two reasons. OR
 Why did the French build canals and drainage system in Vietnam ?          [3]
18. Describe in brief, Bolivia’s Water War. OR
      What were the aims of Quit India Movement ?        [3]
19. How would you explain the rise and fall of Napoleon ?         [3]
20. What was Mahatma Gandhi’s attitude towards the Dalits ?       [3]
21. What was the importance of 26th January 1930 in Indian history ?     [4]
22. What is multi-party system ? What are its disadvantages ?     [3]
23. What is the Regional Political Party  ? State two merits.       [3]
24. “Decision making in democratic government is slow.” Comment.     [3]
25. Distinguish between Pressure Groups and Political Party.      [3]
26. How can you remove corruption ?      [3]
27. Distinguish between ferrous and non-ferrous minerals.      [4]
28. Why are India’s inland waterways poorly developed ?      [3]
29. What is the importance of solar energy in India ?     [3]
30. Agriculture and Industry both depend on each other. Comment.     [3]
31. Why do lender’s ask for collaterals while lending ?    [3]
32. What are the differences between ‘Formal’ and ‘Informal’ sources of credit ?    [3]
33. What are the various ways in which MNCs set up or control production in other countries ? [3]
34. Explain the needs for consumer consciousness by giving two examples.     [3]
35. “The impact of globalization has not been uniform.” Explain this statement.    [4]
36. On the outline map of India show the following:                  [4]
(i) Ramagundam
(ii) Namrup
(iii) one cotton textile mill in Punjab  
(iv) Mangalore port.
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4 comments:

Naveen Kumar said...

where is the answers for this page?????????

bavya said...

Good questions. Thanks for that but where is the answer key?

ya..nice bt where es the answers???????
plzz rply..

pulla rao said...

good but if there are answers mentioned it would be better

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