CBSE Class 10 Social Science Worksheet Set F Solved

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Social Science Worksheet for Class 10

Class 10 Social Science students should refer to the following printable worksheet in Pdf in Grade 10. This test paper with questions and solutions for Standard 10 Social Science will be very useful for tests and exams and help you to score better marks

Class 10 Social Science Worksheet Pdf

1. How do geologists define a mineral? 

2. Why natural gas is considered as Environment friendly fuel? 

3. Name India’s film capital. 

4. Who authored Hind Swaraj? 

5. Which local government body is headed by a Mayor? 

6. What is Gram Panchayat? 

7. Classify the below mentioned into organized and unorganized:

Rickshaw pullers, bank officials , Domestic workers, government servants

8. Identify the sector that does not produce any goods. 

9. How did Gandhi respond to Lord Irwin’s denial of eleven demands, in 1930? 

10 Distinguish between public sector and private sector with one example each. 

11 What is the implication of use of solar energy in India? 

12 Distinguish between crosscutting and overlapping social differences referring to the social differences of Northern Irelands and Netherlands.

VALUE POINTS

1. Geologists define mineral as a homogenous, naturally occurring substance with a definable internal structure.

2. Because of low carbon dioxide emissions and is, therefore, the fuel for the present century.

3. Bombay 

4. Gandhi 

5. Municipal Corporation 

6. Gram Panchayat is a locouncil consisting of several ward members, often called panch, and a president or sarpanch

7. ORGANISED                                                       UNORGANISED

bank officials, government servants                         Rickshaw pullers, Domestic workers

8. Tertiary Sector 

9. • Gandhi launched civil disobedience movement in 1930 violating the tax law . one of his major demands was to remove the tax on salt

• Gandhi started his famous salt march on 12 th March accompanied by 78 of his trusted volunteers from Sabarmati to Dandi .

• Addressing the crowds he talked about Swaraj and the need for peacefully defying the British. On 6th April ,he reached Dandi and ceremonially violated the law, manufacturing salt by boiling the sea water

10.  Based on the ownership of assets , the sectors are divided into private sector and public sector

In the public sector, the government owns most of the assets and provides all the services. Its prime motive is public welfare . eg. Indian railway

In the private sector, ownership of assets and delivery of services are in the hands of private individuals or companies. Its motive is profit . eg: TISCO
(any relevant examples )

11. It has following implications:

1. It is expected that use of solar energy will be minimize the dependence of rural households on firewood and dung cakes.

2. More use of solar energy will contribute to environmental conservation.

3. It will also ensure adequate supp0ly of manure in agriculture.

12. Distinguish between crosscutting and overlapping social differences referring to the social differences of Northern Irelands and Netherlands .

Overlapping social differences create deep social divisions and tensions. In Northern Irelands both Catholics and Protestants exist. The class and religion overlap with each other in the country. Catholics are more likely to be poor, and discriminated against , leading to conflicts between each other.

Cross-cutting social differences usually do not lead to conflicts hence are easier to accommodate. In Netherlands, class and religion cut across each other. Catholics and Protestants exist and are equally likely to be poor or rich hence less chances of conflicts.


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