CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Question Paper Set B

CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Question Paper Set B. You can download the past year question papers in pdf format with solutions from the links below. The students should practice the question papers of last year which will help them to understand the pattern on the papers and will help them to practice for the exams. You can download the question papers for last 10 years free by clicking links below. Refer to the extract below and download the full pdf file of question papers below.

I. Tick (√) the correct answer :

1. Where will you expect to find alluvial soil?

(i) On hills (ii) in a desert

(iii) in plains far away from rivers (iv) in deltas formed by rivers

2. A social reformer:

(i) Teaches about a religion (ii) Works for the growth of art and science

(iii) Works to change the evils in society (iv) Works for peace

3. Who is the founder of Christianity?

(i) Guru Nanak Dev (ii) Jesus Christ

(iii) Prophet Mohammad (iv) Lord Mahavira

4. Which of these soils is naturally very rich in humus?

(i) Alluvial Soil (ii) Mountain soil (iii) Black Soil (iv) Red soil

5. Lord Mahavira was the propagator of which of the following religions:-

(i) Jainism (ii) Sikhism (iii) Buddhism (iv) Hinduism

6. Who fought against the practice of Sati?

(i) Akbar (ii) Charaka (iii) Raja Ram Mohan Roy (iv) Zoroaster

7. Who is the founder of Islam?

(i) Gautam Buddha (ii) Zoroaster (iii) Prophet Mohammad (iv) Kabir

8. Desert soil contains mainly ______ and is not fertile.

(i) Sand (ii) Humus (iii) Fuel (iv) None of these

9. Which soil is good for growing jowar and bajra?

(i) Black soil (ii) Red soil (iii) Alluvial soil (iv) Desert soil

10. Which famous king gave up war and became a follower of Buddha?

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