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Raj Gaming Yt. 7 hours ago

Social Science (Sp) SESSION 2016-2017 General Instructions: This question paper has 8 questions All the questions are  compulsory. Draw a line after each  answer. Attach the maps  inside the answer sheets. 1. Fill in the blanks: (5) The Ryotwari System was devised by. The first solider to protest against the new cartridges was. is the largest producer and consumer of natural gas. refers to cultivation of flowers. The  court is at the apex of the judicial hierarchy. 2. Name the following: (5) A group of soldiers who fight under one command. A device which converts solar energy into electricity. This energy is obtained by altering the structure of atoms. An order, rule or law issued by the President. An official who speaks on behalf of another person in a court of law. 3. Choose the correct option from the following: (5) a.   introduced the culture of recording everything. British Mughals Cholas Delhi Sultans b. The last Mughal Emperor was deported to . London Rangoon Paris Delhi c. The temperate grasslands are known as in North America. Down Prairies Velds Pampas d. is the largest producer of bauxite in the world? Australia Sri Lanka India Germany e. is the head of the majority party. Council of Ministers Chief Minister President Prime Minister 4. Answer the following in one sentence each: (5) Define mortgage. In which year was Awadh annexed by the Britishers? Name the last viceroy of India. What do you mean by the term ecosystem? Name any two non-metallic minerals. 5. Answer the following questions in 60-80 words each: (30) What is the ‘modern’ period in India associated with? What was the impact of land revenue settlements on the peasants? Give two values you can practice to conserve the fertility of the soil. Why was industrial development in India slow and erratic? Discuss the spread of the Revolt of 1857. Explain the role of CITES in saving the flora and fauna? ‘Petroleum is called black gold’.  Explain. Differentiate  between intensive and extensive farming. ‘Agriculture and industries are interdependent’ Give reasons. What do you understand by collective responsibility of the council of ministers? Distinguish between Supreme Court and High Court. 6. Answer the following questions in 80-100 words each: (30) Write a note on the progress of industries in British India. What were the main reasons for the failure of the Revolt of 1857? Which two values you should imbibe from great freedom fighters? Distinguish between tropical and temperate grasslands. How did minerals influence the history of human civilization? Describe the composition of the Rajya Sabha. Explain any three types of subordinate courts. 7. On the given political map of India, mark the following centres of Revolt of 1857: (5) Jhansi Kanpur Faizabad Arrah Delhi 8. On the given political map of   World, mark the following: (5) A region of nomadic herding  in Asia A region  of livestock rearing in Australia A region of Mediterranean agriculture in North America A region of plantation on South America A region of primitive subsistence in Africa      Test Generator for
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Aadya Singh 5 hours ago

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Varsha Baboria 7 hours ago

Gud night
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Ashutosh Shukla 7 hours ago

Central processing unit
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Devil 😎 an hour ago

😂😂😂@mamta ... But in this pandemic phone is only that help us in studies ...

Sahil Singh 7 hours ago

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Mamta Bhosale 7 hours ago

Do 1 thing go to balcony (if uhh have) or any height place n then throw ur phone from that height. Take a ball of hokey n throw at tv. PROBLEM SOLVED. Then automatically ur mind will diverted to studies.
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Akanksha Mishra 7 hours ago

Photosynthesis takes in the carbon dioxide produced by all breathing organisms and reintroduces oxygen into the atmosphere. Photosynthesisis the process used by plants, algae and certain bacteria to harness energy from sunlight and turn it into chemical energy.
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Ankita Kumari 7 hours ago

Mayans
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Yogita Ingle 7 hours ago

Rowlatt Act was passed in the year 1919. The provisions of this Act empowered the British Government to put an end to the political activities and allowed the detention of political prisoners without any trial for two years. Even though the Indian members of the Imperial Legislative Assembly opposed this, the Act was successfully passed.

a. This Act was opposed by the Indians.

b. Mahatma Gandhi was much against this Act.

c. He organised a hartal. All the shops were closed.

d. The railway workers went on a strike.

e. Rallies were held.

f. Public meetings were held, and this marked the beginning of Rowlatt Satyagraha.

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Dinesh Kumar 8 hours ago

Iska ans

Dinesh Kumar 8 hours ago

What is found beneath all uniforms

Dinesh Kumar 8 hours ago

What is found beneath all uniform
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Yogita Ingle 8 hours ago

Leaves and other parts of a plant get water and other necessary items through water from the soil through it roots. Because of that leaves get energy after giving water near the root and dropping leaves get fresh.

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Sumit Thakur 8 hours ago

To produce sperms
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Ashutosh Shukla 7 hours ago

Malware, short for malicious software, is a blanket term for viruses, worms, trojans and other harmful computer programs hackers use to wreak destruction and gain access to sensitive information.

Yogita Ingle 8 hours ago

Malware, short for malicious software, is a blanket term for viruses, worms, trojans and other harmful computer programs hackers use to wreak destruction and gain access to sensitive information.

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