CBSE Sample Papers for Class 9 SA2 Social Science Solved 2016 Set 10
1.Foresters and villagers had very different ideas of what a good forest should look like.”Explain by giving two examples. 1
Name the Act which was passed by the British government to limit the movement of the nomadic people. Mention any one feature of the Act.
â€˜Plant more wheat, wheat will win the war.’ Who said these words and when ?
2.â€˜Migration is an important determinant of population change.’ Give reason.
3.When government officers work in election duty, are they under the control of the Election Commission or the Government ? Give reason.
4.What is a coalition government ?
5.What is Public Interest Litigation ?
6.What is poverty ?
7.What are the causes for the widespread poverty in India? Mention any two.
8.Define Minimum Support Price.
9.Mention any three provisions of the forest laws passed by the Dutch.
Explain the annual cycle of the seasonal movement of the Dhangars.
â€˜Between 1750 and 1900 England’s population multiplied four times.’ Explain its impact on the enclosures.
10.How is Test Cricket unique and different from other team games?
“Changes in women clothing came about as a result of two World Wars”. Explain the statement with examples.
11.How did the British try to restrict the game of cricket to themselves only ?
How did Mahatma Gandhi’s idea of Khadi become a symbolic weapon against British rule ?
12.Mention any three characteristics of the â€˜Monsoon’.
13.Why are forests important for humans? Explain any three points.
14.What is sex ratio ? Why is it an important social indicator ? Explain.
15.Explain any three challenges faced by election system in India.
16.Why was the Mandal Commission set up ? What did it recommend to the government ?
17. What is your opinion on reservation of seats for SC and ST in the Parliament and Government Jobs ? Explain.
18.How can poverty be reduced in future in India ? Suggest any three points
19.â€˜There is a strong link between economic growth and poverty reduction.’ Justify by giving examples.
20.Explain the major dimensions of food security.
21.Explain any five causes of deforestation in India under the colonial rule.
Describe the similarities in effects caused by colonial policies on the lives of Indian and African nomads.
Explain the Dust Bowl tragedy.
22.Explain the journey of cricket progress in India.
“How was clothing instrumental in triggering off the Swadeshi Movement in BangaT? Explain.
23.Explain the major factors which affect the monsoon winds.
24.Mention any five features of the wildlife in India.
25.Explain the role of the Election Commission in free and fair elections.
26.Describe the rights of the people of South Africa which are not available to the citizens of India
27.Question Based on OTBA.
28.Question Based on OTBA.
Note : The student has to attempt any one map question from question numbers 29. lr 29.2 and 29.3. Question no. 30 is compulsory. The maps are attached with the question paper.
29.1 On the given political outline map of India locate and mark
(1)A state where Imperial Forest Research Institute was established
(2)Region related to Baiga forest tribes
(3)State related to Santhals
29.2 On the given outline map of India mark and locate the states where pastoralist communities are found:
29.3 On the same given outline map of India locate and mark :
(i)A state where British Government gained monopoly to trade in opium.
(ii)A state where peasants were forced to grow opium.
(iii)Rajasthan – an area not uner British control where opium was being produced.
30.1 Two features – A and B are shown in the outline political map of India. Identify these features with the help of following information and write their correct names on the lines marked in the map.
- National Park
- Meteorological station in Rajasthan
30.2. Locate and label the following items on the same map of India with appropriate symbols :
(i) The state having highest density of population
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