CBSE Sample Papers for Class 9 SA2 Social Science Solved 2016 Set 11
1.Mention any two factors which prompted the people of Bastar to rebel against the Britishers.
Who were Gaddis ?
What was the basic cause fo Captain Swing movement ?
2.What is migration?
3. What are elections?
4.What is judiciary?
5.Name the Fundamental Right under which human trafficking is declared illegal.
6.Mention the two methods to estimate poverty line.
7.What is mass poverty ?
8.What steps are taken by the government to provide food security to the poor? Mention any two.
9.Mention any three factors which prompted the Samins to revolt against the Dutch.
How did the pastoralists cope with the changes brought by the colonial rule ? Explain.
Explain the circumstances that led to the Great Agrarian Depression of the 1930’s.
10.What were the differences between the amateurs and the professionals?
How did women react to dress norms in England ?
11.Which changes were introduced in the game of cricket during the 19th century ?
What were the ‘Sumptuary Laws’ in France ?
12.Why do the Western Ghats receive more rainfall than the Eastern Ghats ? Explain.
13.How has greed of human beings created an ecological imbalance ? Explain.
14.What is migration ? What are the factors responsible for internal migration in India ? Mention any two.
15.Distinguish between General elections and By – elections.
16.Explain the composition of the Council of Ministers.
17.‘India is a secular state’. Justify by giving examples.
18.Explain the measures taken by the government to remove poverty.
19.What are the major reasons for the less effectiveness of poverty alleviation programmes ?
20.What is buffer stock? Why is buffer stock created by the government? 3
21.Explain the rebellion of Bastar people against the British. 5
Explain the annual cycle of seasonal movement of the Dhangars.
What was the impact of the westward expansion of the settlers in the USA ? Explain.
22.How has television affected the development of cricket? Explain.
Why did Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of clothing the nation in Khadi become an appeal only to some sections of Indians ? Explain.
23.Explain the major factors which influence the climate of India.
24.Mention any five characteristics of the tropical deciduous forests.
25.Explain the major powers and functions of the Parliament.
26.Why do we need elections? Mention any four demerits of an electoral competition.
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 3
- Areas where Yerukula tribes belonged to
- Place where scientific forestry started
- A state where shifting agriculture was practised
29.2 (i)A state where opium was being produced illegelly
(ii)A state where peasants were forced to grow opium
(iii)A place where the Battle of Plassey was fought.
29.3 On the given map of Africa locate and mark the regions where the following pastoralist communities are found :
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.
A.Meteorological station in Tamil Nadu
30.2 Locate and label the following items on the same map of India with appropriate symbols :
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