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SECTION - A
Q.1 Map skill (3)
a) Locate the following places in the supplied outline map of the world.
i. R. Amazon ii. Sahara desert iii) Sunderban
b) Identify the following features shown in the map.
i. Country ii. River iii) Mountain
Q.2 Match the column. (½×6=3)
i. Biographical hymns a. Bijak
ii. Sufi orders b. Nayanar
iii. Vaishnava saints c. Hagiography
iv. Tiruvasangama d. Silsilah
v. South Indian saints e. Varakari
vi. Kabir f. Manikkavasagar
Q.3 Multiple Choice Questions. (7)
i. What is Alpana?
a) miniature painting b) a totem
c) design drawn on the floor d) sculpture
ii. Which of the following ruler built a fort at Deeg?
a) Sawai Raja Jai Singh b) Maharaja Ajit Singh
c) Suraj Mal d) Murshid Quli Khan
iii. Which organization did play a leading role in winning the Right to Information Act?
a) Mazoodar Kissan Shakti Sangathan b) Akhil Bharatiya vidyarthi parishad
c) Mukti mission d) All of these
iv. Which of the following reduce price by involving fewer middlemen?
a) Wholesaling b) Retailing
c) Fair price shop d) Co-operative society
v. What is “Khabar Laharia”?
a) T.V channel b) Newspaper
c) Magazine d) Radio programme
vi. Which of the following place was known for ship building industry in medieval India?
a) Bharuch b) Surat
c) Sonargaon d) Machilipatnam
vii . The rhea, ostrich and emu are
a) Flightless birds b) snakes
c) monkeys d) Grass eating animals
Q.4 Answer the following in one word. (5)
i) What is the chief function of a river in its upper course?
ii) Who compiled the Adigranth?
iii) Who started the Asaf Jahi dynasty?
iv) Which dynasty built Jagganath temple at Puri?
v) Where is the source of R. Amazon ?
Q.5 Change the underlined word and rewrite the sentences correctly. (4)
i) Farmer is an example of intermediaries.
ii) Baswan and Daswant were two great singers of Akbar’s time.
iii) Coal is mined in Kimberly and Pretoria in High Veld.
iv) Wheat is the chief food crop in the Amazon basin.
Q.6 Explain in one sentence. (5)
i) market gardening ii) erosion iii) mass media
iv) jauhar v) gorge
SECTION – B
Q.10 Distinguish between the following in two points.
i) Saguna and Nirguna bhakti.
ii) Vegetation of Amazon basin and Ganga-Brahmaputra basin.
iii) Print media and electronics media.
iv) Soil of Veld and Prairies.
Q.11 Give reasons for the following facts. (ANY THREE)
i) Bankers and moneylenders became powerful in Bengal and Awadh.
ii) Rivers of Ganga and Brahmaputra flood frequently.
iii) There was a rapid urban growth around the temples.
v) Prairies experience sudden change in temperature.
Q.12 Answer the following questions in short (ANY SIX).
i) Write a short note on Kabir.
ii) How did the nobles cause problems for the later Mughals?
iii) Write briefly about the port city of Surat.
iv) Describe the image of Lord Jagganath.
v) How is delta formed?
vi) What are the chief landforms of Sahara?
vii) Write any three principles that are included in codes of media ethics.
SECTION – C
Q.13 Answer the following questions. (ANY THREE)
i) Who were Banjaras? What economic role did they play?
ii) In which year the Third Battle of Panipat was fought? Write the main causes of Maratha’s failure in this battle.
iii) When and where did bhakti movement begin? Write three ways in which social changes took place in medieval India.
iv) How did the bhakti movement influence the kathak dance? What were the developments took place in it after it was introduced in royal court?
Q.14 Answer the following questions. (ANY TWO)
i) Give an account of agriculture in prairies.
ii) What ill effects will the destruction of Amazon forest cause?
iii) What are intermediaries? What are their functions in a market?
There is a lot of difference between sex and gender. The two are not the same.
Yet sometimes, we try to equate the two. Sex refers to the biological and physiological characteristics of men and women. These are the natural differences over which we have no control or role to play. Gender refers to the socially constructed roles played by boys and girls, their behaviours, activities, and attributes. Because of socially constructed roles, being a boy or a girl is an important part of one’s identity. It is because the society teaches us what kind of behaviour is expected from a boy or from a girl. Usually the role played by women is less valued than man.
i) What is the difference between ‘sex’ and ‘gender’?
ii) How does the society create difference between the genders?
iii) Do you think women play a less important role in the society? Give reason for your answer.
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