CBSE Sample Papers for Final Board Exams Class 9 Social Science – Paper 6

(For Annual Examination to be held in and after March 2018 and onwards) Based on the latest syllabi and Design of the Question Paper released by the C.B.S.E New Delhi

Strictly based on the Latest Scheme Of Assessement, the latest Syllabus and Design of the Question paper released by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi effective from academic year 2017-18.

MODEL TEST PAPER 6 (Unsolved)

1. When was slavery finally abolished in French colonies?         [1]

2. Who were the ‘Kulaks’?             [1]

3. Name an artificial lake located in Andhra Pradesh.         [1]

4. Which is the largest peninsular river?     [1]

5. Name two west flowing rivers.           [1]

6. When was the first meeting of the Constituent Assembly held?   [1]

7. Which sector is also called Service Sector?     [1]

8. Describe the legacy of the French Revolution.         [3]

9. Explain the social utopia of the Nazis.       [3]

10. How has India’s geographic location aided the nation? Explain.         [3]

11. What do you mean by tectonic or lithospheric plates?       [3]

12. Describe the location and relief of the Thar Desert.       [3]

13. Give an example to prove that the global institution, IMF, fails to pass the simple test of democracy that is used for national governments.       [3]

14. How can you say that every government that holds an election is not a democracy?     [3]

15. Give a description of the composition of the Constituent Assembly of India.   [3]

16. What can be done to ensure more non-farm production activities in villages?         [3]

17. What is the role of education in human capital formation?       [3]

18. Differentiate between disguised employment and seasonal unemployment.   [3]

19A. What was Samin’s challenge? How did the Dutch react to it?       [5]

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19B. ‘Under colonial rule, the life of pastoralists changed dramatically.’ Justify the statement by giving four seasons.

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19C. How did Indian cultivators respond to their entry into the modem world of international trade and commerce? Discuss taking the example of opium.

20A. ‘The Forest Act meant severe hardship for villages across the country.’ Explain.     [5]

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20B. Describe the seasonal movement of the Gaddi shepherds of Himachal Pradesh.

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20C. ‘As China became a country of opium addicts, British trade flourished.’ Comment.

21. Describe the mechanism of the Monsoons in India. [5]

22. Mention two ways in which it can be proved that the President does not have any real powers.What can the President really do on his/her own?               [5]

23. Bring out the main features of the Right to Freedom of Religion.       [5]

24. Describe the main problems in the functioning of ration shops. [5]

25. Bring out the various aspects of the Green Revolution in India.     [5]

26. Two features A and B are marked on the given outline map of France.Identify these features with the help of the given information and write their correct names on the map.       [1]
(i) A port city famous for slave trade.
(ii) A city related to the National Anthem of France.
MTP6-26

27. Locate and label the following on the given outline map of world. [1]
(i) Russia (Major Allied Power during First World War)
(ii) Germany (Major Central Power during First World War)
MTP6-27

28. Locate and label the following on the given outline political map of India.         [1]
(i) Thiruvananthapuram
(ii) State having lowest density of population (as per 2011 Census)
(iii) Largest state according to area.
MTP6-28
Note : The following questions are for the Blind Candidates only, in lieu of Q. No. 26, 27, & 28. [5]
(28.1) Which southern city is related to the national anthem of France?
(28.2) Name the main centre of the French Revolution.
(28.3) Which is the capital of Kerala?
(28.4) Which state has the lowest density of population as per 2011 Census?
(28.5) Which is the largest state according to area?

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