AP SSC 10th class Social Studies 1 Model paper 2015-16 English Medium Set 8
Group – A
1.How can you say that plateau regions in India do not support agriculture as much as the plain regions ?
2.”The climate of Delhi and Chennai is quiet different” – Interpret the statement.
3.Which areas of Andhra Pradesh have high density of population and what may be some of the reasons behind it ?
4.Why are only unskilled workers from India wanted in West Asian countries ?
5.What are the developmental goals of a girl from a rich urban family ?
6.Briefly describe the factors of production of ‘dairy activity’.
7.Supposing you find two people arguing: One is saying globalisation has hurt our country’s development. The other is telling, globalisation is helping India develop. How would you respond to these arguments ?
8.”Environment protection is not just crucial for those communities directly affected but for all of us.” Explain with a few examples.
9.What is called Greenhouse effect ?
10.How is an agriculture labourer different from a cultivator ?
11.How was production in Vijayawada influenced by the history of Vijayawada ?
12.What is adult literacy rate ?
13.Why are sugarcane cutters employed only for six months ? What work might they do during the other six months of the year ?
14.What is meant by Minimum Support Price (MSP)?
Group – A
15.What is known as equable climate ? When can we appreciate the effect of the sea ?
16.In what ways is water bought and sold in your area and for what purposes ? Do you think there should be some checks and balances for this ? Discuss.
17.Compare and contrast nomadic and sedentary lifestyles.
18.Based on the following table answer the questions given below.
a) Identify roughly how many centuries it took for the world population to double for the first time.
b)In earlier classes you had studied about colonisation ? Look at the table and identify in which of the continents the population decreased by 1800.
c)Which continent has been most populous for most period of time ?
d)Is there any continent that is projected to show a significant decrease in population in future ?
19.Prepare a pamphlet on Girl Education.
20.Rapid extraction of minerals and other natural resources would adversely impact the future development prospects. Do you agree ?
21.What are the rules and regulations implemented by India to access food to the people ?
22.Read the aragraphs given below and answer the questions that follow.
In recent years, the central and state governments in India are taking special steps to attract foreign companies to invest in India. Industrial zones, called Special Economic Zones (SEZs), are being set up. SEZs are to have world class facilities: electricity, water, roads, transport, storage, recreational and educational facilities. Companies who set up production units in the SEZs do not have to pay taxes for an initial period of five years. .
Government has also allowed flexibility in the labour laws to attract foreign investment. Instead of hiring workers on a regular basis, companies hire workers ‘flexibly’ for short periods when there is intense pressure of work. This is done to reduce the cost of labour for the company. However, foreign companies are demanding further flexibility in labour laws.
1)What are the state and central governments in India taking special steps for ?
2)What are world class facilities ?
3)Why did government allow flexibility in the labour laws ?
4)What are foreign companies demanding ?
23.1) Chilka lake
2) River Tapati
3) Vindhya Mountains
4) Eastern Coastal plain 5) Ooty
1) Pulicat lake
2) River Kauvery
3) Satpura Mountains
4) Western Coastal plain 5) Bihar
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