CBSE Class 8 Social Science Sample Paper Set B

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1 Is soil a renewable or non renewable resource?

2 Name any two animals threatened due to poaching. 

3 What do you understand by “buried sunshine”? 

4 Define the term ‘Musket’ in your own words. 

5 Name any two areas annexed by the British under their annexation policy. 

6 For whom was the term ‘ryots’ used? 

7 Give an example of discrimination, exclusion and persecution on the grounds of religion. 

8 State the meaning of Universal Adult Franchise. 

9 Under which article is Right to Life included? 

10 Identify the resources on the basis of their distribution and explain each one of them. 

11 “The distribution of population is uneven in different parts of the world”- Justify the statement. 

12 ‘Minerals are precious, they need to be conserved’. In the light of given statement suggest few ways to conserve mineral resources?

13 Name the Indian ruler who took part in the Battle of Buxar? Write in brief the outcome of the battle.

14 `After the setup of the East India Company in 1651 there was a constant conflict between the East India Company and the Nawabs of Bengal’. Justify the given statement.

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