CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Question Paper Set J

Read and download CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Question Paper Set J designed as per the latest question paper pattern and Class 4 examination guidelines issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The past year Question Papers for Class 4 Social Science have been provided with solutions which will help students to assess their performance and find out topics in Social Science grade 4 which they need to improve to get better marks in Standard 4 exams. After solving these last year papers also refer to solved Sample Papers for Class 4 Social Science available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject

Social Science Question Paper Class 4

Students can refer to the below Class 4 Social Science Question Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 4 exams. Please download CBSE Class 4 Social Studies Question Paper Set J

Social Science Class 4 Question Paper

I. Choose the correct answer to fill in the blanks. 
1. Hydroelectricity is generated from the _______________________________.
force of wind                   force of water                  force of air
2. More _______________is stored under the ground than on the earth’s surface.
water                                oil                               natural gas
3. The oil drilling station named Bombay High is near ____________________.
Assam                            Delhi                              Mumbai
4. The most useful metal is _________________________________________.
Iron                             Aluminium                         Gold
5. Planting more trees is called _______________________________________.  
Deforestation              Afforestation                      Erosion
6. Renewable resources are _________________________________________.
soil and iron               soil and coal                       soil and sunlight
II. Match the following. 
1. The staple food of India                    a. Bhagirathi river              1. ______
2. It prevents soil erosion                     b. natural resources            2. ______
3. Software producing centre                c. rice                                3. ______
4. Wells                                               d. terrace farming              4. ______
5. Resources found in nature                 e. Bengaluru                      5. ______
6. Tehri Dam                                        f. sufficient ground water     6. ______
III. Name the following. 
1. A structure built across a river to hold back its water in a reservoir.
2. Digging out minerals from the surface of the earth.
3. India is the largest producer of this beverage.
4. Remains of dead plants and animals.
IV. Give Reasons.
Q1. The water in the seas and oceans cannot be used for drinking or by farmers.
Q2. Large scale industries are encouraged in India.
V. Answer any three of the following questions. 
Q1. Write any four steps taken under the green revolution to increase food production.
Q2. What are minerals?
Q3. Why are dams called multipurpose projects?
Q4. Explain how coal is useful to us.
VI. Distinguish between 
Q1. Well and Tube-well.
Q2. Metals and Non-Metals.
On the given map, mark and shade anyone state for the given crops and minerals:
a) Where do we get fossil fuel?                b) iron            c) coal
d) The staple food of India.                     e) cotton         f) wheat

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