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Social science sample paper (MCQS Based) CBSE BOARD 2021-22

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Social Science Sample paper 2021-22

Social science sample paper class 10 2021-22. Sample/Pre-Board Paper 20
Class X Term 1 Exam Nov -Dec 2021
Social Science (087)
Time: 90 Minutes Maximum Marks: 40
General Instructions:
1. The question paper contains four sections.
2. Section A has 24 questions. Attempt any 20 questions.
3. Section B has 22 questions. Attempt any 18 questions.
4. Section C has 12 questions (Case-based). Attempt any 5 questions per case.
5. Section D contains 2 Map-based questions. Attempt both the questions.
6. All questions carry equal marks.
7. There is no negative marking.

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Section- A

1. Which of the following ideas was used by The French revolution artists to portray female allegory?

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2) Which country became a full-fledged territorial state in Europe in the year 1789?

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3) Select the proclamation of the French Revolution.

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4) Which state is well endowed with solar and wind energy but lacks water resources?

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5) Disposal of industrial effluents and wastes after treatment can reduce and degradation in industrial and suburban areas.

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6) In which regions of India is alluvial soil not found?

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7) When running water cuts through clayey soils and makes deep channels, they lead to

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8) . The land developed due to soil erosion is called as

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9) Earth summit was held in

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10) The plantation has an interface of ____ and ____

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11) Barley, grains, mustard and peas are examples of

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12) . Which one of the following is a leguminous crop?

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13) Belgium is a ____ country in Europe, ____ in area than the state of Haryana. It has border with France, Netherlands, Germany and Luxembourg.

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14) When did Sri Lanka emerge as an independent country?

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15) ............ elects the community government in Belgium.

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16) Division of power between the higher and lower levels of government is known as

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17) All these government measures, coming one after the other, gradually increased the ____ among the Sri Lankan Tamils

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18) The diverse groups and views are given due respect in

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19) Belgium shares its border with how many countries of Europe?

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20) Which one of the following is the most important attribute while comparing the development of various countries?

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21) Which government has the power to legislate on "residuary" subjects in India?

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22) Which of the following pair of subjects is incorrect?

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23) According to the World Bank, the criterion used to classify countries with an income of 04,53,000 per annum and above in 2004 is considered as

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24) Which one among the following is a developmental goal common to all?

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25) Look at the picture below and choose one of the major problems associated with the practice shown in the picture-        sstimg1 social science sample paper


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26) Identify the following
• Units of the Indian Union that enjoy very little
• These territories do not have the powers of a
• The Central Government has special powers in
running these areas.

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27) 27. In the Summit-
• More than 100 heads of state met in Rio de
Janeiro in Brazil
• The Summit was convened for addressing urgent
problems of environmental protection
• The Rio Convention endorsed the global Forest
Principles and adopted Agenda 21 The Rio
Convention endorsed the global Forest Principles
and adopted Agenda 21
Identify the event :

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28) 28. Identify the group of people who had -
• Commitment to oppose monarchical forms that
had been established after the Vienna Congress
• Willingness to fight for liberty and freedom.
• They saw the creation of nation-states as a
a necessary part of this struggle for freedom.

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29) Match the columns and choose the correct option.
Column- I          Column- II
A. Das volk           p. The large landowner of Prussia
B. Junker             q. Symbol of an abstract idea
C. Allegory          r. Awareness of women’s right
D. Feminist         s. Common people

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30) What are the dual objectives of federalism?
A. Safeguard and promote the unity of the country
B. Responsible for the rise of regionalism
C. Division of horizontal power
D. Accommodate regional diversity

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31) . Which of the following conditions is/are essential for
tea cultivation?
A. tropical and sub-tropical climates
B. deep and fertile well-drained soil
C. cool and frost climate all through the year

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32) Consider the following statements -
1. During 1789 paintings of females appeared as
symbols of liberty.
2. Female figure in France was named Marianne.
3. Germania was depicted by Kaiser William I.
4. The idea behind Marianne was to represent the
French nation as people’s nation.
Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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33) Which of the following statements about the ‘French
Revolution’ is correct?
1. After the end of the French Revolution it was
proclaimed that it was the people who would
henceforth constitute the nation and shape its
2. France will have a constitutional monarchy and
the new republic will be headed by a member of
the royal family.
3. A centralized administrative system will be put in
a place to formulate uniform laws for all citizens.
4. Imposition of internal customs duties and dues will
continue to exist in France

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34) Assertion: Terrace cultivation does not restrict
Reason: Running water cuts through the clayey soils
and makes deep channels as gullies. This helps to
cultivate crops.

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35) Assertion: Pulses are not considered a major
source of protein in a vegetarian diet.
Reason: Rice is a rabi crop and requires a lot of rain
to grow.

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36) Assertion : Belgium and Spain has ‘holding together’
Reason : A big country divides power between
constituent states and national government.

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37) Assertion : King Victor Emmanuel II tried to unify
the Italian states through war.
Reason : In the eyes of the ruling elites of this region,
a unified Italy offered them the possibility of economic
development and political dominance

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38) Assertion : India’s primary activity is Agriculture.
Reason : Two-thirds of its population is engaged in
agricultural activities

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39) Assertion: A state has a per capita income of Rs.
225,000 per annum. The infant mortality rate in the
state is 2%. So, the state cannot be considered a
developed state.
Reason: There are medical facilities in the state, but
people fail to take their children to the hospital in time.

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40) Complete the following table with correct information
and select the correct option for A and B.
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41) Arrange the following Ethnic communities of Sri
Lanka in the descending order1. Indian Tamil
2. Sinhalese
3. Muslim 4. Sri Lanka Tamil

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42) Match the followingi3 social science sample paper

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43) In a study conducted in Surat city, the findings are
summarised in a table. Read and table and answer the
question that follows:

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It was seen that 11000 worked in the organized sector
of the economy. The total income of the city in the year
2018-19 was 2000 million. Out of this 1200 million was
generated in the public sector. What does the number
of workers and income shared in the economy shows?

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44) If the total income of a country is `1000000000 and
total population is 250000 than find out the average
income of the country.

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45) Which of the following was not the objective of Treaty
of Vienna 1815?

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46) Where is the original Indian Constitution?

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47) Section C
Attempt any 5 out of 6 questions in each of the Case-based questions.
Read the source given below and answer any 5 of
the 6 questions that follow by choosing the most
appropriate option :
Socially and politically, a landed aristocracy was the
dominant class on the continent. The members of this
class were united by a common way of life that cut
across regional divisions. They owned estates in the
countryside and also townhouses. They spoke French
for purposes of diplomacy and in high society. Their
families were often connected by ties of marriage. This
powerful aristocracy was, however, numerically a small
group. The majority of the population was made up of
the peasantry. To the west, the bulk of the land was
farmed by tenants and small owners, while in Eastern
and Central Europe the pattern of landholding was
characterized by vast estates which were cultivated
by serfs. In Western and parts of Central Europe, the
growth of industrial production and trade meant the
growth of towns and the emergence of commercial
classes whose existence was based on production for
the market. Industrialization began in England in the
second half of the eighteenth century, but in France
and parts of the German states, it occurred only during
the nineteenth century.

47. Which was the dominant class on the continent of

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48) What did the majority of population comprise of?

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49) The given passage describes the social and political
life of this class

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50) The aristocratic class used to speak French for the purpose

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51) Industrialization began in ____ in the second half of
the eighteenth century.

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52) Which parts of Europe witnessed the growth of
industrial production and trade?

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53) Read the source given below and answer any 5 of
the 6 questions that follow by choosing the most
appropriate option :
After primary and secondary there is a third category
of activities that falls under the tertiary sector and is
different from the above two. These are activities
that help in the development of the primary and
secondary sectors. These activities, by themselves, do
not produce good but they are an aid or support
for the production process. For example, goods that
are produced in the primary or secondary sector
would need to be transported by trucks or trains and
then sold in wholesale and retail shops. At times, it
may be necessary to store these in godowns. We also
may need to talk to others over the telephone or send
letters (communication) or borrow money from banks
(banking) to help production and trade. Transport,
storage, communication, banking, trade are some
examples of tertiary activities. Since these activities
generate services rather than goods, the tertiary
sector is also called the service sector.

53. The source given above relates to which of the
following options?

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54) Which of the following activities do not produce
goods, but they are an aid or support for the
production process?

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55) It is a sector that gradually became associated with
the different kinds of industries that came up. it is
called as

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56) Which of the following are the example of service

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57) 7. Which of the following is the correct option for
classification on the basis of nature of the activity?

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58) Banking is a ____ Industry because a bank is a
financial institution that accepts deposits from the
public and creates credit.

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59) Section D
Attempt both the Map-basedi1 social science sample paper questions.

59. Salal dam is marked on the given map in the state
where it is situated. Identify the state

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60) Which of the following state is not a producer of rice
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