10th Standard Social Science English Medium Free Online Test 1 Mark Questions with Answer Key 2020 - 2021 Part - 5

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Social Science

Time : 00:35:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 35

    Part A

    35 x 1 = 35
  1. To which country did the first Secretary-General of League of Nations belongs?

    (a)

    Britain

    (b)

    France

    (c)

    Dutch

    (d)

    USA

  2. Lenin was influenced by the ideas of __________

    (a)

    Confucius

    (b)

    Plato

    (c)

    Mao-Tse-Tung

    (d)

    Karl Marx

  3. Which President of the USA pursued “Good Neighbour” policy towards Latin America

    (a)

    Roosevelt

    (b)

    Truman

    (c)

    Woodrow Wilson

    (d)

    Eisenhower

  4. At the dawn of the 20th Century__________ had occupied Cuba and Puerto Rico

    (a)

    The United Kingdom

    (b)

    The United States

    (c)

    Germany

    (d)

    Italy

  5. The United States and European allies formed _______________ to resist any Soviet aggression in Europe.

    (a)

    SEATO

    (b)

    NATO

    (c)

    SENTO

    (d)

    Warsaw Pact

  6. Whose voice was Rast Goftar?

    (a)

    Parsi Movement

    (b)

    Aligarh Movement

    (c)

    Ramakrishna Mission

    (d)

    Dravida Mahajana Sabha

  7. _______________ was a priest of Dakshineswar near Kolkata.

    (a)

    Ramakrishna

    (b)

    Vivekananda

    (c)

    Dayanand Saraswati

    (d)

    Shraddhananda

  8. _________ River is known as ‘Sorrow of Bihar’.

    (a)

    Narmada

    (b)

    Godavari

    (c)

    Kosi

    (d)

    Damodar

  9. 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

  10. _________ is a line joining the places of equal rainfall.

    (a)

    Isohyets

    (b)

    Isobar

    (c)

    Isotherm

    (d)

    Latitudes

  11. Black soils are also called as:

    (a)

    Arid soils

    (b)

    Saline soils

    (c)

    Regur soils

    (d)

    Mountain soils

  12. 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

  13. The most abundant source of energy is

    (a)

    Bio mass

    (b)

    Sun

    (c)

    Coal

    (d)

    Oil

  14. Which of the following is associated with helicopter service?

    (a)

    Air India

    (b)

    Indian Airlines

    (c)

    Vayudoot

    (d)

    Pavan Hans

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

    (a)

    4075

    (b)

    4076

    (c)

    4074

    (d)

    4073

  16. Under which Article financial emergency can be proclaimed?

    (a)

    Article 352

    (b)

    Article 356

    (c)

    Article 360

    (d)

    Article 368

  17. The drafted constitution came into force on_______

    (a)

    26th January 1947

    (b)

    15th August 1947

    (c)

    30th January 1950

    (d)

    26th January 1950

  18. Under which Article the President is vested with the power to proclaim Financial Emergency

    (a)

    Article 352

    (b)

    Article 360

    (c)

    Article 356

    (d)

    Article 365

  19. If you are elected as the President of India, which of the following decision can you take on your own?

    (a)

    Nominate the leaders of your choice to the council of minister

    (b)

    Ask for reconsideration of a bill passed by both the Houses

    (c)

    Select the person you like as Prime Minister

    (d)

    Dismiss a Prime Minister who has a majority in the Lok Sabha

  20. Article ________vests the executive power of the State in the Governor

    (a)

    154

    (b)

    157

    (c)

    158

    (d)

    36

  21. __________is a good measures of value to know the economic status of a nation

    (a)

    GNP

    (b)

    GDP

    (c)

    NDP

    (d)

    PI

  22. GATT’s first round held in

    (a)

    Tokyo

    (b)

    Uruguay

    (c)

    Torquay

    (d)

    Geneva

  23. Foreign Investment policy (FIP) announced in

    (a)

    June 1991

    (b)

    July 1991

    (c)

    July - Aug - 1991

    (d)

    Aug 1991

  24. Which one of the following was launched by Haji Shariatullah in 1818 in East Bengal?

    (a)

    Wahhabi Rebellion

    (b)

    Farazi Movement

    (c)

    Tribal uprising

    (d)

    Kol Revolt

  25. Sivasubramanianar was executed at________.

    (a)

    Kayathar

    (b)

    Nagalapuram

    (c)

    Ettayapuram

    (d)

    Kallarpatti

  26. The Wahhabi rebellion originated in and around __________.

    (a)

    1830

    (b)

    1832

    (c)

    1827

    (d)

    1840

  27. On 8 January 1933 which day was observed ____________.

    (a)

    Temple Entry Day

    (b)

    Day of Deliverance

    (c)

    Direct Action Day

    (d)

    Independence Day

  28. Mahatma Gandhi arrived in India in 1915 from ______.

    (a)

    England

    (b)

    South Africa

    (c)

    Japan

    (d)

    France

  29. The Congress emerged victorious in _________provinces in the elections held in 1937.

    (a)

    eight

    (b)

    seven

    (c)

    eleven

    (d)

    five

  30. The South Indian Liberal Federation was founded to promote the interests of the __________.

    (a)

    Hindus

    (b)

    Christians

    (c)

    Non-Brahmins

    (d)

    Muslims

  31. The Madras united league was later renamed as _________.

    (a)

    Madras Non-Brahmin Association

    (b)

    South Indian Liberation Federation

    (c)

    Madras Dravidian Association

    (d)

    Justice Party

  32. Which of the following district is affected by sand dunes to a large extent?

    (a)

    Theni

    (b)

    Madurai

    (c)

    Thanjavur

    (d)

    Ramanathapuram

  33. Match the following and choose the correct answer form the codes given below.
    i) Salma Dam - 1. Bangladesh
    ii) Farakka accord - 2. Nepal
    iii) Chukha hydroelectric project - 3. Afghanistan
    iv) Sharda River project - 4. Bhutan

    (a)

    3 1 4 2

    (b)

    3 1 2 4

    (c)

    3 4 1 2

    (d)

    4 3 2 1

  34. Which is the role of government and development policies?.

    (a)

    Defence

    (b)

    Foreign policy

    (c)

    Regulate the economy

    (d)

    all of above

  35. Tiruppur is known for

    (a)

    Leather tanning

    (b)

    Lock making

    (c)

    Knitwear

    (d)

    Agro-processing

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