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9th CBSE Social Studies Examination: Mid Term 2019

9th CBSE Social Studies Examination: Mid Examination Question Paper (2019-20)

School Name: Himalaya Public School, Sector 13, Rohini, Delhi 110085 India
Time: 3 Hrs.
Marks: 80
Class: 9th
Date: 23/9/2019
Subjec: Social Science

General Instructions:

  1. All the questions are compulsory.
  2. The question paper is divided into four sections. Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D.
  3. The question paper has 35 questions in all.
  4. Marks are indicated against each question.
  5. Questions from Serial No. 1 to 20 are very short answer type questions. Each question carries 1 mark.
  6. Question from Serial No. 21 to 28 are 3 marks questions.
  7. Questions from Serial No. 29 to 34 are 5 marks questions.
  8. Question no. 35 is a map question of 6 marks. (3 marks from History and 3 marks from Geography).
  9. After completion, attach the map inside your answer book.

Section A

Question: 1. Who all got the right to vote for National Assembly? [1]

Question: 2.Who led the procession of workers to the Event “Bloody Sunday” in Russia? [1]

Question: 3. How was Reichstag elected? [1]

Question: 4. What was the slogan coined by Hitler when he followed his aggressive foreign policy? [1]

Question: 5. Which island countries are our Southern neighbours? [1]

Question: 6. Name the mountain ranges in the Eastern part of India forming its boundary with Myanmar. [1]

Question: 7. Which two peninsular rivers flow through trough? [1]

Question: 8. Which is the largest river of the peninsular India? [1]

Question: 9. What is the name of Chinese Parliament? [1]

9th CBSE Social Studies Examination – Question: 10. What is the basis of a good democratic government? [1]

Question: 11. When did General Parvez Musharraf become president of Pakistan? [1]

Question: 12. Who was Nelson Mandela? [1]

Question: 13. When was the constitution of India adopted and when was it enforced? [1]

Question: 14. State the ideals which inspired our national leaders. [1]

Question: 15. What are the factors of production? [1]

Question: 16. What was the major outcome of Green Revolution in India? [1]

Question: 17. Why is population considered as an asset? [1]

Question: 18. Is women’s work in the family considered an Economic activity? [1]

Question: 19. When is a person considered poor? [1]

Question: 20. What is the average calorie requirement in India? [1]

Section B

Question: 21. What are the causes of subsistence crisis? [3]

Question: 22. Why is the difference between the duration of day and night hardly felt at Kanyakumari but not so in Kashmir? [3]

Question: 23. Why can Pakistan under General Musharraf not be called a democracy? Write in brief. [3]

Question: 24. Why do we need a constitution? [3]

Question: 25. When did Apartheid government come to an end in South Africa? [3]

Question: 26. How did the spread of Electricity help farmers in Palampur? [3]

Question: 27. Why are women employed in low paid work? [3]

Question: 28. Give reasons for rapid decline in poverty in different states of India. [3]

Section C

Question: 29. What were the social, economic and political conditions in Russia before 1905? [5]

Question: 30. Explain any five steps taken by Hitler to establish strong Nazi society. [5]

Question: 31. What are the characteristics / features of Northern plains of India? [5]

Question: 32. What are the various drainage patterns formed by the rivers? Explain with diagram. [5]

Question: 33. Explain the significance of the preamble of the India constitution and the guiding values embedded in it. [5]

Question: 34. NREGA 2005 is an important anti-poverty programme. Explain. [5]

Question: 35.

(A) On an outline map of World, locate the following: [3+3 = 6]

  1. Central Power
  2. Axis Power
  3. Allied Power

(B) On an outline maps of India, locate the following:

  1. Aravalli range
  2. Narmada river
  3. Sambhar Lake

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