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12th Standard

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Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 100
    20 x 5 = 100
  1. Examine the Socio-economic causes for the rise of nationalism British in India.

  2. To what extent the repressive and racist policy measures of the British were responsible for the national awakening in India.

  3. Attempt an account of Swadshi movement in Tamilnadu.

  4. Narrate the work done by two Home RuleMovements one under Tilak and anotherunder Annie Besant.

  5. Estimate the role of Mahathma Gandhi in the Indian Freedom Struggle.

  6. Examine the importance of Karachi sessionof India National Congress in articulating thesocio-economic political aspirations, underthe pressure of Great Depression.

  7. Hindu nationalism, Muslim nationalism andIndian nationalism were equally responsiblefor the partition of the country. How?

  8. Discuss the course of the Quit IndiaMovement.

  9. How far was the INA Trial instrumental inintensifying the freedom struggle?

  10. Trace the different stages in the reorganization of Indian States from 1920 to 1956.

  11. Highlight the measures adopted by theGovernment of India towards rural reconstruction.

  12. Assess the educational progress made inindependent India.

  13. Attempt a comprehensive account of the evolution of England, France and Spain as nation-states.

  14. Explain the initiatives of Portugal and Spain in the discovery of new sea routes to the East and point out why it is considered as an important event in the economic history of modern world.

  15. American Revolution and French Revolution inspired the revolution in Haiti. Substantiate.

  16.  Identify the important collectivist thinkers of nineteenth century and highlight their contributions to Socialism.

  17.  Why is Bismarck considered the true architect of a unified Germany?

  18. Describe the circumstances that favoured Mussolini and Hitler to establish fascist governments in Italy and Germany respectively.

  19. Describe Mao Tse Tung’s contribution to the establishment of Communist government in China.

  20. In disputes involving the permanent members of the Security Council, the UNO was a mute spectator. Elucidate this statement from the cold war period experiences.


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