CBSE Class 7 Social Science Sample Paper Set J

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1 Give an example of igneous rocks. 

2 Name the device that is used to measure an earthquake. 

3 What is the standard unit of measuring temperature? 

4 In which year was Prithviraj Chauhan defeated by Muhammad Ghori? 

5 Which building was built by the minister of Sikander Lodi ? 

6 Name the revenue minister of Akbar who carried out a careful survey of land. 

7 Whom did Babur defeat in the first battle of Panipat? 

8 What is the full form of RMPs? 

9 Who is the head of the State? 

10 Define rock. Explain the different uses of rocks. 

11 “The earth movements are divided on the basis of the forces which cause them”. Give three points of difference between these forces of the earth.

12 What is air pressure? How does temperature affect air pressure? Explain by giving two points. 

13 List down any three steps taken by the Cholas for the development of agriculture. 

14 Who was the daughter of Iltutmish? Why was she removed from the throne in 1240? 

15 “There were many revolts during the reign of Aurangzeb’’. Justify the statement. 

16 List three constitutional provisions which recognize the importance of equality amongst all citizens.

17 Define democracy. In a democracy why is universal adult franchise important? Give two points.

18 Discuss any three aspects of health care services in India. 

19 What is a coalition government? Enlist one merit and one demerit of this form of government. 

20 Analyze the role of three different agencies in helping the people to form their opinion on any issue or problem.

21 How did some MLA’s become ministers or Chief Minister? Explain. 

22 Discuss any four features of sedimentary rocks and give one example of this type of rock.

23 “A disastrous earthquake hit Bhuj on 26th January 2001”.Analyse the after effects of this earthquake by giving five points.

24 Name the lowest layer of the atmosphere. Discuss four important features of this layer. 1+4=5

25 ‘Muhammad bin Tughluq became unpopular because of his schemes’. Justify this statement. 5

26 With reference to Akbar’s policies answer the following questions

a. strategy adopted by him towards Rajputs.

b. two measures adopted by him to show his secular spirit

27 Why for the poor people every illness is a cause of great worry? Give five points. 5

28 Explain five types of inequality that exist in India. 5

29 List down the necessary qualifications to become a member of a Sabha as laid down in the Uttaramerur inscription.

30 On a physical map of India locate important cities of Muhammad bin Tughluq’s Empire.

a. Daulatabad b. Warangal

31 On a physical map of world locate the following rivers

a. The Amazon River b. The Niger River c. The River Ganga

 

 

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