CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper Set I

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SECTION - A

1. What was “Protestant Reformation”?

2. Describe any THREE features of Bretton - Wood‟s Agreement /Conference.

3. What was “Rinderpest” ? What was its effect on Africa ? 

4. Give examples of any THREE Indian women writers who wrote about “Women Issues”. 

5. How did “Print” shape ideas about Indian Religion, Politics and Society ?

6. What is “Trade Surplus”? Why did Britain have “Trade Surplus” with India? How was it used? 

7. How were books available to the Indian Poor and Outcaste people? Give examples of Indian writers who protested against the Caste              System and Poverty through their writings.

SECTION - B

8. What is communal politics ? 

9. What are called feminist movements? 

10. What is horizontal power sharing? 

11. Briefly explain the power sharing arrangements in Belgium to accommodate different social groups. 

12. Briefly explain the three fold distribution of legislative powers in India.

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