CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper 2013-14 (29)

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Q.1. State the main difference of opinion between Anglicists and the Orientalists about imparting modern education in India in the early 19th century. 

Q.2 Name the two new languages introduced by the Turks and the Mughals. Which one of these became the court language of Mughals? 

Q.3 State any one striking feature of the Mauryan age Pillars. Name the pillar where this feature is found.

Q.4 Explain any two limitations of the social reform movements of the 19th century. 

Q.5 How does international trade contribute to the economic development of our country? Explain two points.

Q.6 Explain two examples to show how the physical factors have influenced the

Q.7 Name four types of coal found in India. Also state one characteristic of each type of coal. 

Q.8 Why are cotton textile mills spread all over India? Explain four reasons with suitable examples. 

Q.9 State any two main causes for the rapid rise in prices of goods in India. What fiscal measures are taken by the Government of India to check it? 

Q.10 Explain briefly any two measures taken by the Government of India to alleviate poverty. 

Q.11 Explain any two efforts made by India in making peace with Pakistan. 

Q.12 Explain any four points regarding the role of satellite based communication system for Disaster Management. 

Q.13 Why did Lord Curzon partition Bengal? Give two reasons. Explain any four ways by which people reacted to it.

Q.14 Explain the concept of resources. Why is it necessary to conserve resources ? 

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