CBSE Class 8 Social Science Question Paper Set Q

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I. Select the correct answer and write in your answer sheet - 

1. History has been divided into ....................... parts

(a) Two (b) Three (c) Four

2. ................. rebellion led by Birsa Munda

(a) Kop (b) Khasi (c) Munda

3. When did the company power end in India

(a) 1947 (b) 1858 (c) 1885

4. At Kanpur the revolt was led by

(a) Nana Sahibe (b) Baji Rao II (c) Lakshmi Bai

5. Nizam-ul-mulk founded the state of

(a) Mysore (b) Hyderabad (c) Punjab

6. Tipu Sultan was killed in

(a) 1784 (b) 1799 (c) 1780

7. ......................... introduced Ryotwari system in Madras

(a) Thomas Munaro (b) Lord Cornwallis (c) Lord Clive

8. What is meant by Diku according to tribal ?

(a) Local people (b) Women (c) Outsiders

9. The number of subjects in the union list are

(a) 47 (b) 66 (c) 96

10. The practice of Killing female child is called

(a) Infanticide (b) Sati (c) Untouchability

11. How many members can be the president of India nominate for the lok sabha

(a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 3

12. Which of these acts as the custodian of the constitution ?

(a) Supreme court (b) Parliament (c) Governor

13. Right to reside in any part of the country is a part of the

(a) Right to equality (b) Right to freedom

14. Indian states has no .................. of its own ?

(a) Religion (b) law (c) office

15. Minerals are a form of ............

(a) Natural resources (b) Human resources (c) man-made resources

16. Plateau have rich soil in ................

(a) lava (b) Sandy (c) rocky

17. The primary form of percipitation is -

(a) snow fall (b) Rainfall (c) Hail

18. Trees shed their leaves once in a year found in

(a) Evergreen forest (b) Deciduous forest (c) Mangrove forest

19. The percentage of available fresh water in the world is

(a) 97.3% (b) 50% (c) 27%

20. The process of capturing and using rain water is called -

(a) Rain water harvesting (b) Water budget (c) Hydrological cycle

21. Project Rhino is implemented in the wildlife sanctuary of

(a) Ranthambore (b) Kaziranga (c) Kanha

22. The lion failed macaque is a species of

(a) Lion (b) Monkeys (c) Birds

II. Answer the followings : 

23. What were the causes of the anger of the tribal people against the dikus or outsiders?

24. Why was there is a demand for Indian Indigo ?

25. What are natural resources ? How are they important ?

26. What are the causes of scarcity of water ?

27. Why are laws so important in a democracy ?

28. What is the necessity of separating religion from the state ?

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