CBSE Class 12 History Question paper 2006 (2)

CBSE Class 12 History Question paper 2006 (2). Students can download the last year question papers using the link below. Free download of examination question papers with solutions.Last 10 year question papers should be practised to get better marks in examinations.

Q1. ‘Briefly explain any two main consequences of the Third Battle of Panipat.

Q2. Explain the far-reaching effects of the Councils Act of 1861.

Q3. Mention the two proposals given by Raja Ram Mohan Roy to promote internationalism.

Q4. Who founded the “Satya Shodhak Mand” in Maharashtra? Describe the significance of the organisation in modern India.

Q5. What was the lIbert Bill controversy? Explain its main contribution to the freedom struggle of India.

Q6. Describe the meaning of revolutionary movements in the context of the Indian freedom struggle. Describe three main reasons for the such movement.Q6. Describe the meaning of revolutionary movements in the context of the Indian freedom struggle. Describe three main reasons for the such movement.

Q7. Explain the main features of the quit India movement mention any one political group which opposed the movement.

Q8. Explain the nature of the political development in Pondicherry during the Course of the freedom struggle. When was Pondicherry liberated?

Q9. Explain the traditional trade routes between India and Europe in the medieval times.Examine the main changes with regard to the trade routes after 1453.

Q10. Explain how the Doctrine of Lapse was responsible for the outbreak of the Revolt of 1857.Explain the immediate cause of the revolt. 

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