CBSE Class 5 Social Science Question Paper Set F

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CBSE Class 5 Social Science Question Paper Set F. 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. Multiple Choice Questions (choose the correct answer) :- 

a. 180º E and 180º W are one and form the _____________________

i) Equator ii) Tropic of Cancer iii) North Pole iv) International Date line

b. There are _________ parallels.

i) 90 ii) 181 iii) 360 iv) 180

c. ______________ the amount of waste is the best way to help the environment.

i) Recalling ii) Reducing iii) Producing iv) Purchasing

d. “Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it” was the slogan given by ___________

i) Lala Lajpat Rai ii) Bipin Chandra Pal iii) Gandhi ji iv) Bal Gangadhar Tilak

e. In India the law making body is ___________________

i) Government ii) Supreme Court iii) Parliament iv) Governor

II. Read the passage given below :- 

On the basis of your reading answer the following questions by choosing the correct answer:

a. He was Rani Lakshmi Bai’s son _________________.

i. Damodar Das ii. Gangadhar Rao iii. Moropant iv. Damodar Rao

b. Rani Lakshmi Bai was born in the year ____________

i. 1858 ii. 1842 iii. 1882 iv. 1828

c. Lakshmi Bai died in _______________

i. 1828 ii. an ashram iii. battle iv. 1853

d. Her childhood name was ____________

i. Mona ii. Mina iii. Manu iv. Monu

e. Gangadhar Rao was the king of ___________

i. Ranchi ii. Gwalior iii. Jhansi iv. Meerut

III. Name These :- 

a. Greenwich was fixed as the starting point for numbering the meridians in the year-1884

b. 0º Latitude is also known as- Equator

c. The process by which waste material is treated and reused is called- Recycling

d. Mangal Pandey attacked a British officer near Kolkata on this date-29th March,1857

e. Feeling of love for one’s own country- Nationalism

f. One who believes in using violent means to bring about a change- Revolutionary

IV. Write definition for the following :- 

a. Scale of the map- The ratio between the distance on the ground and distance on the map is known as the scale of the map.

b. Grid- A pattern of vertical and horizontal straight lines cutting across each other.

c. Sati- A custom of widow burning herself on the funeral pyre of her husband.

d. Boycott- To refuse to buy or take part (out of protest)

e. Coalition government- A government formed by many political parties.

V. Correct and rewrite the following sentences:

a) Parallels are drawn from north to south.

Ans- Parallels are drawn from East to West.

b) AO Hume was the first President of the Indian National Congress.

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