CBSE Class 7 Geography - History Civics Geography (2)

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CBSE Class 7 Geography - History Civics Geography (2)

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL

BOKARO STEEL CITY

ASSIGNMENT FOR THE SESSION 2014-2015

Class: VII Subject : Social Science Assignment No. 2

Section : A (History)

1) Discuss the Tripartite struggle among the Palas, Pratiharas and Rashtrakutas.

2) What were the economic measures introduced by Alauddin Khalji?

3) Describe the Rajput policy of Akbar.

Section : B (Civics)

1) Explain the discretionary power of governor of a state in India.

2) Explain the different stages of passing of a Bill.

Section : C (Geography)

1) What is plate tectonic theory? Name the major plates of the earth.

2) Define earthquake? What preparedness should be adopted during an earthquake?

3) Define the following terms-

a) Lithospheric plates b) Focus and Epicenter

c) Weathering and Erosion

4) Draw a neat labeled diagram of a volcano.

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