CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper SA1 2015 (3)

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Q. 1 Name the new trading centres which emerged in India under colonial rule.

Q.2 What is a resource? 

Q.3 In which year was Sinhala declared as the official language of Belgium ? 

Q.4 Why is government not compelling states to adopt Hindi as their official language? 

Q.5 At what level government are seats reserved for women in India ? 

Q.6 What is main criteria for a developed country? 

Q.7 What is National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005 referred to as ? 

Q.8 What factors are used to determine HDI .

Q.9 Describe the system of hand printing in China . 


How were indentired labourers recruited ? Explain .

Q.10 What steps were taken to clean up London ? 


How do novels bring together diffrent cultures?

Q.11 Which type of fiction appeal to young people in the 19th century?Explain with examples. 


Why did more and more people migrate to Bombay in the early 20thy century?

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