CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper SA1 2015

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Multiple Choice Questions.

1. By what name is the civil code if 1804 known?

(a) French code

(b) National code

(c) Diplomatic code

(d) Napoleonic code

2. When was Customs union or ‘Zollverein ‘ fiunded?

(a) 1833

(b) 1834

(c) 1837

(d) 1840

3. How many miles were covered in Gandhiji’s salt March?

(a) 24 miles

(b) 10 miles

(c) 240 miles

(d) 15 miles

4. Where was the Non-Co-operation Movement called off?

(a) Chauri Chaura

(b) Dandi

(c) Champaran

(d) Kolkata

5. Which of the following is a Non-Metallic mineral?

(a) Copper

(b) Lead

(c) Nickel

(d) Mica

6. What is the most important use of mica?

(a) It is light mineral

(b) It has insulating property

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