CBSE Class 6 Social Science Question Paper Set G

CBSE Class 6 Social Science Question Paper Set G. 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.

1 What do you understand by the term domestication? 

2 Who were hunter gatherers? 

3 A work shop for making beads has been found in which Harappan city? 

4 Define the term ‘Discrimination’. 

5 State the main reason behind Muslim girls not attending school. 

6 In which type of government, the kings or queens are not answerable to the common people for their actions or decisions they take.

7 Name the latitude which runs from East to West at 23½° North. 

8 Define the term “Atmosphere”. 

9 Which latitude is called Arctic Circle? 

10 Highlight the important features of the Temperate Zone of the earth. 

11 State the importance of Biosphere by giving at least three points. 

12 Explain Winter Solstice by giving three suitable points. 

13 Discuss the distinctive features of the Great Bath in Mohenjo-Daro. 

14 Highlight the difference between the tools of Neolithic and Palaeolithic age.

15 “Agriculture changed the life of early humans”. Critically analyze the statement. 

16 Explain the techniques which were used by early humans to make stone tools.

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