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Sample paper of Sociology Class 12 – in PDF
CBSE Sample Papers Class 12 Sociology 2019 The new marking scheme and blueprint for class 12 have been released by CBSE. We are providing Sociology sample papers for class 12 CBSE board exams. Sample Papers are available for free download in myCBSEguide app and website in PDF format. CBSE Sample Papers Class 12 Sociology With Solutions of 10+2 Sociology are made available by CBSE board exams are over. CBSE marking scheme and blue print is provided along with the Sample Papers. This helps students find answer the most frequently asked question, How to prepare for CBSE board exams. CBSE Sample Papers of class 12 Sociology for 2018 Download the app today to get the latest and up-to-date study material. CBSE sample paper for class 12 Sociology with questions and answers (solution).
Sample Papers of Class 12 Sociology 2019 with solution
CBSE Sample Papers Class 12 Sociology 2019
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Sample Papers Sociology Class 12 2019
Time : 3 Hrs.
M. Marks: 80
- The question paper is divided into three sections.
- There are 25 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.
- Section A includes question No. 1-14. They are very short answer type questions carrying 2 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 30 words.
- Section B includes question No. 15-21. They are short answer type questions carrying 4 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 80 words.
- Section C includes question No. 22-25. They are long answer type questions carrying 6 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 200 words each. Question no 25 is to be answered with the help of the passage given.
- What is mass-media?
- State any one set of principles on which caste system is based.
- What are the various occupations followed in rural society?
What do you understand by the term ‘Benami Transfers’?
- What are counter movements?
- Why is falling dependency ratio a source of economic growth and prosperity?
On what basis have the three phases of population growth been classified in the Theory of Demographic Transition.
- What are the sources of revenue for the Panchayats?
- Bring out the difference between assimilationist and integrationist policies.
How is the outcome of a vibrant civil society different from an authoritarian state?
- Why was Dharma Sabha formed?
- Justify the importance of Silk Route for the Indian traders during the early years.
- Why does cultural diversity present tough challenges? State any two reasons.
How does regionalism get established in the Indian context?
- Green revolution led to regional inequalities. Give examples.
Feminisation of agricultural labour force leads to greater insecurity among women. Give reasons.
- Establish the connection between circulation of labour and Footloose Labour.
- “Caste has become all too visible for the scheduled castes and tribes”. Give two examples from daily life to support this statement.
- Change in social structure leads to changes in the family structure. Justify the given statement.
- Evaluate the outcomes of family planning programme during emergency.
- How is India an example of a state-nation?
- State any two theories of social movements.
- Identify how mass media is a part of our everyday life.
What are the reasons for the amazing growth in Indian language newspapers?
- Discuss the impact of globalisation on culture.
Do you think that globalisation is a threat to many indigenous crafts and literary traditions and knowledge systems? Give reasons.
- Process of sanskritisation encourages inequalities and discrimination. Explain with examples.
- Competing interests do not always reflect clear class divide. Exemplify.
Many tribal areas have rich tradition of grass-roots democracy. Illustrate with example.
- Highlight the state and non-state initiatives addressing caste and tribe discrimination.
What are the major issues of concern to adivasis today?
- Colonial rule in India brought about structural changes in the legal, industrial and architectural spheres. Give examples.
Exemplify the different kinds of urbanisation witnessed in India in the first two decades after independence.
- “There is a whole range of work settings from large companies where work is automated to small home-based production.” Analyse.
Enlist the changes brought about by Globalisation and Liberalisation in the Indian industrial set up.
- Passage-based question
When a market becomes a commodity: The Pushkar camel fair “Come the month of Kartika …, Thar camel drivers spruce up their ships of the desert and start the long walk to Pushkar in time for Kartik Purnima … Each year around 200,000 people converge here, bringing with them some 50,000 camels and cattle. The place becomes an extraordinary swirl of colour, sound and movement, thronged with musicians, mystics, tourists, traders, animals and devotees. It’s a camelgrooming nirvana, with an incredible array of cornrows, anklets, embroidery, and pom-poms.” “The religious event builds in tandem with the Camel Fair in a wild, magical crescendo of incense, chanting and processions to dousing day, the last night of the fair when thousands of devotees wash away their sins and set candles afloat on the holy water.”
(From the Lonely Planet tourist guidebook for India, 11th edition)
What is commodification?
Explain how a market becomes commodity.
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