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10th Standard EM

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Social Science

Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 130

    Part A

    60 x 1 = 60
  1. A striking feature of nineteenth century was that_____________ emerged as the dominant power.

    (a)

    Asia

    (b)

    Europe

    (c)

    Africa

    (d)

    Australia

  2. _________ Was the American President when USA declared war against Germany in 1917.

    (a)

    Wilson

    (b)

    Abraham Lincoln

    (c)

    F.D Roosevelt

    (d)

    John F. Kennedy

  3. Lenin was influenced by the ideas of __________

    (a)

    Confucius

    (b)

    Plato

    (c)

    Mao-Tse-Tung

    (d)

    Karl Marx

  4. In 1861, Tsar__________ abolished serfdom and emancipated the serfs

    (a)

    Fredrick

    (b)

    Peter

    (c)

    Alexander II

    (d)

    Nicholas

  5. The first nation of Western Europe to turn against the ruling regime was ____________

    (a)

    France

    (b)

    Italy

    (c)

    Germany

    (d)

    Spain

  6. Ho Chi Minh was inspired by

    (a)

    Mao-Tse-Tung

    (b)

    Lenin

    (c)

    Mortague

    (d)

    Hitler

  7. _________ became the first Caribbean country to throw off slavery and French colonial control

    (a)

    Cuba

    (b)

    Jamaica

    (c)

    Guyana

    (d)

    Haiti

  8. __________ Was the American President in 1904.

    (a)

    Abraham Lincoln

    (b)

    Franklin Roosevelt

    (c)

    Theodore Roosevelt

    (d)

    George Washington

  9. _________ was not interested in playing global role or any role in European Politics.

    (a)

    Britain

    (b)

    The United States

    (c)

    France

    (d)

    Spain

  10. In 1937, Japan invaded _____________ and seized Beijing.

    (a)

    Turkey

    (b)

    Russia

    (c)

    Germany

    (d)

    China

  11. In 1939, Hitler invaded ____________

    (a)

    Austria

    (b)

    France

    (c)

    India

    (d)

    Czechoslovakia

  12. The _____________ party promised to undertake steps to look after the people "from the cradle to the grave" in Britain.

    (a)

    Labour

    (b)

    Democratic

    (c)

    Communist

    (d)

    Congress

  13. ____________ was immediately elected provisional president of the new Chinese Republic after his arrival in Shanghai.

    (a)

    Sun Yat Sen

    (b)

    Mao Tse Tung

    (c)

    Yuan

    (d)

    Chiang Kai shek

  14. Japanese interest in taking control over __________ led to aggression against China.

    (a)

    Korea

    (b)

    Turkey

    (c)

    Greece

    (d)

    Rome

  15. _______________ was a self-governing Palestinian territory.

    (a)

    Gaza Strip

    (b)

    Hebron

    (c)

    Beit Jala

    (d)

    Jeniu

  16. _______________ is an umbrella political organization representing the World's Palestinians.

    (a)

    PLO

    (b)

    UAE

    (c)

    Negev

    (d)

    Arab League

  17. The first age of consent act was enacted in ______________

    (a)

    1860

    (b)

    1870

    (c)

    1880

    (d)

    1890

  18. _______________ was a priest of Dakshineswar near Kolkata.

    (a)

    Ramakrishna

    (b)

    Vivekananda

    (c)

    Dayanand Saraswati

    (d)

    Shraddhananda

  19. _____________ evolved into a poet and scholar in Malayalam, Tamil and Sanskrit.

    (a)

    Ayyankali

    (b)

    Raja Rammohan Roy

    (c)

    Narayana Guru

    (d)

    Sayyid Ahmed Khan

  20. ______________, a socio-political activist was also a siddha medicine practitioner.

    (a)

    Vaikunda Swami

    (b)

    Iyothee Thassar

    (c)

    Ramalinga Adigal

    (d)

    John Rathinam

  21. The total length of the coastline in India including the islands is ____________ km.

    (a)

    7516.6 km

    (b)

    7625.6 km

    (c)

    7526.6 km

    (d)

    7626.6 km

  22. Earth rotates from ___________ to ___________

    (a)

    South to north

    (b)

    East to west

    (c)

    West to east

    (d)

    North to south

  23. The ____________ river divides the plateau region of India broadly into two parts.

    (a)

    Kaveri

    (b)

    Narmada

    (c)

    Tapti

    (d)

    Mahanadi

  24. Dihang is a gorge in __________

    (a)

    Assam

    (b)

    Meghalaya

    (c)

    Nagaland

    (d)

    Arunachal Pradesh

  25. Wildlife Research Institute of India located at _____________.

    (a)

    Ludhiana

    (b)

    Dehradun

    (c)

    Bhopal

    (d)

    Jodhpur

  26. There are ____________ National parks and ___________ wildlife sanctuaries created across India

    (a)

    102,515

    (b)

    104,520

    (c)

    103,520

    (d)

    104,520

  27. There are about ____________ Mammals and ___________reptiles in India

    (a)

    458,446

    (b)

    460,464

    (c)

    470,480

    (d)

    490,450

  28. Isobar is a line joining places having equal _____________

    (a)

    temperature

    (b)

    pressure

    (c)

    cloud cover

    (d)

    Sunshine

  29. The Indian Council of Agriculture Research was set up in India in __________________

    (a)

    1950

    (b)

    1952

    (c)

    1953

    (d)

    1951

  30. The removal of soil along drainage lines by surface water runoff forming large gullies is called ___________

    (a)

    Gully erosion

    (b)

    Rill erosion

    (c)

    Sheet erosion

    (d)

    Ravine erosion

  31. The states benefitted from Bhakra Nangal project are

    (a)

    Punjab, Haryana and Gujarat

    (b)

    Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan

    (c)

    Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh

    (d)

    Punjab, Haryana, Uttaranchal

  32. The capacity of hydro power generation of Bhakra Nangal project is ______________ Megawatts.

    (a)

    1500

    (b)

    1200

    (c)

    1000

    (d)

    1700

  33. __________stands first in the reserves of bauxite in India.

    (a)

    Bihar

    (b)

    Gujarat

    (c)

    Odisha

    (d)

    Rajasthan

  34. The first nuclear power station was setup at _________ near Mumbai in 1969

    (a)

    Kalpakkam

    (b)

    Kaiga

    (c)

    Rawatbhata

    (d)

    Tarapur

  35. The first paper mill ofIndia was started in 1812 at Serampore in_______

    (a)

    West Bengal

    (b)

    Odisha

    (c)

    Madhya Pradesh

    (d)

    Bihar

  36. The first cotton textile mill was established at Gloster near_________in 1818.

    (a)

    Mumbai

    (b)

    Madras

    (c)

    Delhi

    (d)

    Kolkata

  37. In India the first census was carried out in the year_______

    (a)

    1870

    (b)

    187l

    (c)

    1872

    (d)

    1874

  38. North south corridor is a _________ km long road.

    (a)

    4075

    (b)

    4076

    (c)

    4074

    (d)

    4073

  39. The world's highest road has been constructed by Border Roads Organisation joining________

    (a)

    Chandigarh

    (b)

    Dehradun

    (c)

    Manali

    (d)

    Nainital

  40. East-west corridor connects______in Assam to_________in Gujarat.

    (a)

    Guwahati, Baroda

    (b)

    Silehar, Porbandar

    (c)

    Dispur, Ahemadabad

    (d)

    Digboi, Surat

  41. A _______tells us the fundamental nature of a society.

    (a)

    Law

    (b)

    Government

    (c)

    Constitution

    (d)

    Assembly

  42. The drafted constitution came into force on_______

    (a)

    26th January 1947

    (b)

    15th August 1947

    (c)

    30th January 1950

    (d)

    26th January 1950

  43. _______Safeguards people from illegal assets

    (a)

    Habeas Corpus

    (b)

    Mandamus

    (c)

    Certiorari

    (d)

    Quo Warranto

  44. When the President suspends fundamental rights through specific orders, it must be approved by the_______

    (a)

    High Court

    (b)

    Assembly

    (c)

    Supreme Court

    (d)

    Parliament

  45. The ____________occupies the second highest office ,in the country.

    (a)

    Vice-President

    (b)

    President

    (c)

    Prime Minister

    (d)

    Attorney General

  46. The__________ is the Ex-officio Chairman of the Rajya Sabha

    (a)

    President

    (b)

    Vice- President

    (c)

    Speaker·

    (d)

    Deputy Speaker

  47. The leader of the majority party in Lok Sabha is appointed by the President as the________

    (a)

    Chief Justice

    (b)

    Vice-President

    (c)

    Speaker

    (d)

    Prime Minister

  48. The Lok Sabha enjoys a term of________years from the date of its first session

    (a)

    3

    (b)

    6

    (c)

    5

    (d)

    4

  49. The State of________ has a separate constitution for its Government

    (a)

    Kerala

    (b)

    Goa

    (c)

    Jammu & Kashmir

    (d)

    punjab

  50. The size of the legislative council cannot be more than _________the membership of the Legislative Assembly.

    (a)

    One-fourth

    (b)

    One-fifth

    (c)

    One-sixth

    (d)

    One-third

  51. The________ is constituted as a permanent of the state legislature.

    (a)

    Legislative Assembly

    (b)

    Lok Sabha

    (c)

    Legislative Council

    (d)

    Judiciary

  52. The __________Amendment Act ofl976 curtailed the judicial review power of High Court

    (a)

    43rd

    (b)

    44th

    (c)

    42nd

    (d)

    45th

  53. __________Sector is largest sector.

    (a)

    Agriculture

    (b)

    Service

    (c)

    Industry

    (d)

    None.

  54. Commonly___________ Income is called as Gross National Product.

    (a)

    National Income

    (b)

    Personal Income

    (c)

    Disposable Income

    (d)

    All the above

  55. India is the_________largest by Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)

    (a)

    Fifth

    (b)

    Sixth

    (c)

    Third

    (d)

    Second

  56. CPI Stands for

    (a)

    Consumer Price Index

    (b)

    Consumption Product Index

    (c)

    Consumer Product Index

    (d)

    Consumption Price Index

  57. The historical background of globalization can be discussed on________stages.

    (a)

    one

    (b)

    two

    (c)

    four

    (d)

    three

  58. Multinational corporation is otherwise known as _________

    (a)

    Transnational Corporation (TNC

    (b)

    Multinational Enterprise (MNE)

    (c)

    Both ca' and 'b'

    (d)

    None

  59. Foreign Exchange Regulation Act promulgated in __________

    (a)

    1970

    (b)

    1973

    (c)

    1972

    (d)

    1980

  60. __________PolicyannouncedinJuly-Aug-1991.

    (a)

    Foreign Investment

    (b)

    Industrial

    (c)

    Economic

    (d)

    All the above

  61. Part B

    29 x 1 = 29
  62. Capitalism inevitably led to _______________

    ()

    Imperialism

  63. Britain, France, Russia and Germany also established____________ in china.

    ()

    Spheres of influence

  64. _________and____________declared war on the central powers in 1916 and 1917 respectively.

    ()

    Romania and Greece

  65. The Boers hated the people whom they referred to as _________________

    ()

    Uitlanders

  66. In 1924, elections were won by the__________  with the support of the Labour movement in South Africa.

    ()

    National Party

  67. _______________ renouncing the claim to the Portuguese throne declared the independence of Brazil.

    ()

    Pedro I

  68. Mussolini was thrown out and the new Government of Italy surrendered to the Allies in ____________

    ()

    1943

  69. During the Nazi rule, nearly six million Jews were killed in ____________ camps.

    ()

    Extermination

  70. The International Monetary fund was primarily the brainchild of ______________ and __________.

    ()

    Harry Dexter White, John Maynard Keynes

  71. ____________ was elected as the first President of the State of Palestine in 1989.

    ()

    Yasser Arafat

  72. The city of Saigon was renamed ___________ city.

    ()

    Ho Chi-Minh

  73. Under _____________ rule Soviet Union had relapsed into a closed society with little freedom.

    ()

    Brezhnev's

  74. The Theosophical Society was founded by Madame ____________ and Colonel ___________

    ()

    H.P. Blavatsky and H.S. Olcott

  75. Narayana Guru established a grand temple at ___________ and dedicated it to all.

    ()

    Aruvipuram

  76. The ideas of Ayya Vaikuntha Swamigal are collected into a text called ____________

    ()

    Akila Thirattu

  77. _________is recognised as the 'Father of the Constitution of India'.

    ()

    Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

  78. The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in the constitution from Articles______

    ()

    12 to 35

  79. The Vice-President can act as the president for a maximum period of________ months.

    ()

    Six

  80. The salaries and allowance of the Prime Minister and the Minister are determined by the__________

    ()

    Parliament

  81. At Present, the Lok Sabha consists of__________members.

    ()

    545

  82. ___________represents special interests like teachers, graduates and local Governments

    ()

    Legislative Council

  83. _______of the members of the Legislative Council one elected by Graduate teacher

    ()

    1/12

  84. A statue of __________seen at Madras High Court.

    ()

    Sama Neethi Kanda Cholan

  85. __________represents the economic health of a country.

    ()

    Gross Domestic Product

  86. PPP is _______

    ()

    Purchasing Power Parity

  87. Indian economy is broadly divided into ________sectors.

    ()

    three

  88. India's coastal and__________trade was monopolized by the Europeans.

    ()

    Maritime

  89. GATT was signed by_______countries in 1947

    ()

    23 countries

  90. Pondicherry was the headquarters of the_________

    ()

    French

  91. Part C

    38 x 1 = 38
  92. River somme

  93. (1)

    The Liberator

  94. German Army

  95. (2)

    Odisha

  96. The final solution

  97. (3)

    M.M. Punchchi

  98. Simon Bolivar

  99. (4)

    Delhi - Kolkata

  100. Blitz

  101. (5)

    Head of the government

  102. El Alamein

  103. (6)

    Jordan

  104. Fidel Castro

  105. (7)

    Bangladesh

  106. King Hussein

  107. (8)

    Rajasthan

  108. R. C. Bhandarkar

  109. (9)

    Net National Product

  110. Swami Shraddahananda

  111. (10)

    Roof of the world

  112. Sambar lake

  113. (11)

    Battle of Britain

  114. River Padma

  115. (12)

    Theodore Theodore

  116. Pamir knot

  117. (13)

    PPP

  118. Gurushikar

  119. (14)

    April 1973

  120. Chilka lake

  121. (15)

    Leather / Cocoa

  122. Project Tiger

  123. (16)

    Madhya Pradesh

  124. World Earth Day

  125. (17)

    Four month Battle

  126. Pulses

  127. (18)

    Cuba

  128. Brown revolution

  129. (19)

    1954-1963

  130. Manganese

  131. (20)

    22nd April

  132. Chennai

  133. (21)

    1862

  134. NH 2

  135. (22)

    Disposable Income

  136. NH 7

  137. (23)

    Gurukulas

  138. Original Constitution

  139. (24)

    Killing of Jews

  140. Chief Justice of India

  141. (25)

    Small body

  142. M. Hidayutalla

  143. (26)

    Varanasi to Kanyakumari

  144. Dr. Radha krishnan

  145. (27)

    Sony Corporation

  146. Kamaraj

  147. (28)

    North Africa

  148. Chief Minister

  149. (29)

    First Vice President

  150. Legislative Assembly

  151. (30)

    Odisha

  152. Cabinet

  153. (31)

    1,00,000 men

  154. Hight court

  155. (32)

    Detroit of Asia

  156. GNP-Depreciation

  157. (33)

    Prarthana Samaj

  158. PI - Direct tax

  159. (34)

    italic style

  160. Purchasing Power Parity

  161. (35)

    Chief Justice and Vice President

  162. Globalization

  163. (36)

    Aravalli

  164. MNC

  165. (37)

    Popular house

  166. Tranguebar

  167. (38)

    Tamil Nadu

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