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CBSE Class 10 Civics All Chapters

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Q1. What was the main reason of tension between the French and Dutch speaking communities

during the 1950s and 60s? (3)

Q2. Mention any three majoritarian measures adopted by the government to establish the Sinhala

Supremacy. (3)

Q3. Explain the system of ‘community government’ in Belgium. (3)

Q4. Name the two ways by which power can be shared. What are the major difference between the

two? (3)

Q5. Explain the ethnic composition of Sri Lanka. (5)

Q6. Explain in detail the elements of Belgian model of power sharing. (5)

Q7. How did the Sri Lankan Tamils express their discontent? (5)

Q8. Examine separately the lessons learnt from the story of the Sri Lankan and Belgian model

of power sharing. (5)


Q1. Explain in detail the meaning of federalism. (3)

Q2. Differentiate between federations and unitary governments. (3)

Q3. Give a clear contrast between ‘coming together’ and ‘holding together’ federations. (3)

Q4. What do you understand by the Union list? Write its main features. (3)

Q5. Write a short note on the language policy of India. (3)

Q6. A major step towards decentralization was taken in 1992. What was it? How did it

contribute towards making the democracy more powerful and effective? (5)

Q7. Explain the situations which determine the Centre- State relations from time to time. (5)

Q8. ‘Most federations that are formed by ‘holding together’ do not give equal power to

its constituent units’. Justify the statement with examples. (5)

Q9. Explain in detail the key features of federalism. (5)


Q1. Give few examples to explain how social differences originate. (3)

Q2. Most countries of the world are multi- cultural. Explain this fact with examples. (3)

Q3. When does a social difference become a social division? (3)

Q4. Discuss the three determinants of the outcomes of politics of social division. (5)

Q5. Differentiate between overlapping and cross- cutting differences. (5)

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