CBSE Class 6 Social Science Question Paper Set 1 Solved

SECTION A
 
1. NAME THE FOLLOWING WITH APPROPRIATE ANSWER. 
 
a. The position of the Earth on 23rd September- __________________________.
 
b. Separation on the basis of race- ______________________.
 
c. The term Suffrage means- ________________________.
 
d. The ratio between the actual distance on the ground and the distance shown on the map- _______________________.
 
e. The time followed all over India- ___________________________.
 
f. The leader of African National Congress who fought for freedom in South Africa- _________________________.
 
2. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH APPROPRIATE WORDS. 
 
a. The name _______________ comes from the way in which they got their food.
 
b. ___________________ helps us to determine the time at a place.
 
c. The Earth revolves around the Sun in an ___________________ orbit.
 
d. ____________were used to make ornaments and were brought from Red Sea.
 
e. The Great Bath has been discovered in _________________________
 
f. South Africa became a ____________________ country in 1994.
 
3. WRITE WHETHER THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE. 
 
a. A year with 365 days is called a Leap Year. ____________

 

b. Cracks on Oracle bones were studied by fortune tellers in Germany. ________

c. GMT is now officially known as Universal Time Coordinate. __________
 
d. Daojali Hading provides the evidence of tools made from fossil wood. _______
 
4. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER. 
 
a. In the present day Harappa is located in _______________
 
i. India ii. Pakistan iii. Afghanistan
 
b. The oldest Veda is the _______________.
 
i. Rig Veda ii. Sama Veda iii. Yajur Veda
 
c. The term ‘Anarchy’ means a government ruled by ___________
 
i. One ii. None iii. Few
 
d. We can find the direction of a place with the help of a ____________
 
i. Scale ii. Compass iii. Grid
 
e. The largest democracy in the world ____________.
 
i. United Kingdom ii. Switzerland iii. India
 
5. MATCH THE FOLLOWING. 
 
Sl. no COLUMN A                                Sl. no COLUMN B
 
1 Yajnas                                              A Cardinal Points
 
2 The period of rotation                        B North Pole
 
3 Middle Stone Age                              C Sacrifice
 
4 Government ruled by people              D Earth Day
 
5 The four major directions                   E Democracy
 
6 900 North Latitude F Mesolithic
 
1. ______ 2. ______ 3. ______ 4. ______ 5. ______ 6. ______
 
6. OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING PICTURES AND FILL IN THE BLANKS.

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