CBSE Sample Papers for Class 9 SA2 Social Science Solved 2016 Set 13
1.Who was Gunda Dhur ?
What were protected Forests ?
How were the unwilling cultivators made to produce opium?
2.What do you mean by tropical cyclone ?
3.Why the candidates contesting the elections are required to give a detailed statement of their property and other details?
4.What is Collective Responsibility?
5.Mention any two freedoms which you might be enjoying in India but which are not enjoyed by Saudi Arabian people?
6.What is the basic objective of Swaranajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana ?
7.What do you mean by unemployment allowance under NREGA ?
8.Define fair price shop.
9.Explain the reason for the rapid expansion of cultivation under the colonial rule.
Explain the impact of drought on the life of pastoralists.
Why were the demand of foodgrains increased in England from the mid-eighteenth century ?
10.Why did the people of Bastar rise in revolt against the British? Explain.
How did the new territorial boundaries and restrictions suddenly change the lives of pastoralists in Africa ? Explain.
What was the impact of the westward expansion of the settlers in the USA?
11.How was the game of cricket used by the Caribbeans a measure of racial equality and political progress ? Explain.
â€˜The Sumptuary laws reflected discriminations prevailing in the French society’. Explain.
12.What is â€˜El-Nino’ ? Mention any two features of it.
13.Distinguish between Tropical Rain Forests and Tropical Deciduous Forests.
14. â€˜A large number of adolescent girls suffer from anemia in India’. What social values can help to resolve this problem ?
15.Mention any three demerits of an electoral competition.
16.What is a coalition government ? Mention any two limitations of a coalition government.
17.Mention three major Constitutional provisions for the protection of women and children in India.
18.”Poverty reduction is expected to mark better progress in the next ten to fifteen years”.Justify the statement.
19.What are the main features of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 ?
20.What are the major objectives of the Academy Development Science (ADS)? Mention any three.
21.â€˜The First World War and the Second World War had a major impact on forests’. Explain
State any five measures introduced by the British to administer the affairs of the Maasai.
Explain briefly the factors which led to the enclosures in England.
22.What changes were brought by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in cricket laws in the later half of the 18th century?
Describe Mahatma Gandhi’s experiments with clothing from his boyhood to 1922 when he launched the Non-Cooperation movement.
23.Explain the facts which help to understand the mechanism of the monsoons.
24.Describe the factors that cause changes in the size of population.
25.What is an election? Discuss the importance of elections in a democracy.
26.â€˜The Right to Freedom is actually a cluster of several rights.’ Discuss.
27.Question Based on OTBA
28.Question Based on OTBA
Note: The student has to attempt any one map question from question numbers 29.1, 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
- State related to Monpa herders
- State related to Alluri Sitaram Raju
- A state where Gond tribal community is found.
29.2 On the same political outline map of India locate and mark
- State related to the pastoral community – Raikas
- Place where camel fair is organised annually
- Region related to the Banjaras
29.3 Mark and locate the countries involved in triangular trade.
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.
- Meteorological station in West Bengal.
- Type of vegetation
30.2 Locate and label the following items on the same map of India with appropriate symbols :
Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary
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