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Karnataka Board Question Paper (Social Science) SSLC Exam. June 2009

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S.S.L.C. Examination June 2009

Subject : SOCIAL SCIENCE (English Medium)

Time : 3 Hours                                                Max. Marks : 100

 

General Instructions :
i) The question-cum-answer booklet contains two Parts, Part – A & Part – B.
ii) Part – A consists of 60 questions and Part – B consists of 14 questions.
iii) Space has been provided in the question-cum-answer booklet itself to answer the questions.
iv) Follow the instructions given in Part – A and write the correct answer in full in the space provided below each question.
v) For Part – B enough space for each question is provided. You have to answer the questions in the space provided.


PART – A
Four alternatives are given for each of the following questions / incomplete statements.
Only one of them is correct or most appropriate. Choose the most appropriate alternative and write it in the space provided below each question.                                    60 × 1 = 60


1. The person who discovered new sea route to India was
(A) Vasco da Gama                  (B) Francisco Almeida
(C) Dupleix                              (D) Sir Thomas Roe.

2. The English requested the Nawab Anwaruddin to help them regain Madras, because Madras was captured by
(A) Dupleix                             (B) Count-de-Lally
(C) Bussy                                (D) Hector Munro.

3. The battle which was fought in the year 1757 A.D. was
(A) the battle of Wandiwash
(B) the battle of Buxar
(C) the battle of Plassey
(D) the battle of Soliganur.

 

4. Which one of the following was not a Dutch Colony ?
(A) Pulicat                       (B) Surat
(C) Cochin                       (D) Hughly.

5. The Wodeyar who built Narasimha temple at Srirangapattana was
(A) Chikkadevaraja Wodeyar
(B) Kanthirava Narasaraja Wodeyar
(C) Doddadevaraja Wodeyar
(D) Raja Wodeyar.

6. The immediate cause for the Third Anglo-Mysore war was Tippu
(A) tried to secure help of the French
(B) sent emissaries to the court of Turkey and Persia
(C) attacked the Raja of Travancore
(D) refused to sign Subsidiary Alliance.

7. The Marathas could not check the growth of Haider Ali because
(A) Haider Ali paid them Chauthayi
(B) the Marathas lost the third battle of Panipat
(C) the Marathas were defeated by Haider Ali
(D) Haider Ali was supported by the British.

 

8. The Governor-General who implemented Subsidiary Alliance was
(A) Lord Dalhousie           (B) Lord Cornwallis
(C) Lord Curzon               (D) Lord Wellesley.

9. The English took over the administration of Mysore state in 1831 A.D. because
(A) Krishnaraja Wodeyar III was minor
(B) Krishnaraja Wodeyar III failed to suppress the revolt of Zamindars of Nagar
(C) Krishnaraja Wodeyar III was adopted son
(D) the British defeated Krishnaraja Wodeyar III.

10. The Mysore Representative Assembly : Dewan Rangacharlu :: The Mysore University :
(A) Sir Mirza Ismail               (B) V. P. Madhav Rao
(C) Sir M. Visweshwaraiah   (D) K. Sheshadri Iyer.

11. European historians have described the revolt of 1857 as
(A) the Sepoy Mutiny
(B) the first war of Indian Independence
(C) the Freedom movement
(D) the Peasant revolt.

12. The bravest among the mutineers was
(A) Hazarat Mahal               (B) Nanasaheb
(C) Rani Chennamma          (D) Rani Lakshmibai

13. When Bahadur Shah II expressed his inability to pay the salaries to the sepoys, they
(A) looted the treasury at Kanpur
(B) revolted against Bahadur Shah II
(C) killed Bahadur Shah II
(D) supported to the British.

14. Governor-General, William Bentinck introduced English education in India on the advice of
(A) Raja Rammohan Roy    (B) T. B. Macaulay
(C) Dalhousie                     (D) Munro.

15. In the Ryotwari System, the revenue was collected by
(A) the Zamindars                       (B) the Mahaldars
(C) the local hereditary officers (D) the British officers.

16. The Act which directed the British government to earmark rupees one lakh per year for the education of Indians was
(A) the Charter Act of 1833
(B) the Charter Act of 1813
(C) the Charter Act of 1853
(D) the Regulating Act of 1773

 

17. The Government of India Act, 1935 was an important step in the shaping of our
Constitution because
(A) it provided basic framework of the federal government
(B) dyarchy was introduced at the provincial level
(C) the Supreme Court was established
(D) the effective legislative wing was established.

18. The Hindustan Seva Dal was started by
(A) Karnada Sadashivarao     (B) Alur Venkata Rao
(C) N. S. Hardikar                 (D) Manjappa Hardikar.

19. Qasim Razvi who recruited a para-military force called Razakars with their help tried
to
(A) defeat Mir Osman Ali Khan
(B) free Hyderabad
(C) retain Hyderabad as a free state
(D) declare himself as independent.

20. The result of the ‘Long March’ led by Mao Tse-tung was that
(A) Monarchy was restored
(B) China became republic
(C) China became a free state
(D) China became a democratic country

 

21. The Chinese patriots showed their disrespect towards Chiang Kai-shek because
(A) Japan conquered Manchuria
(B) England conquered China
(C) the English were bringing opium to China
(D) Mao Tse-tung launched the ‘Long March’.

22. The members of Triple Alliance were
(A) Germany, Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italy
(B) England, France and Russia
(C) Russia, Germany and Italy
(D) America, France and Germany.

23. Russia turned neutral in the First World War after 1917 because of
(A) shortage of resources
(B) shortage of manpower
(C) Russian revolution
(D) American entry into the war.

24. The person who assumed the title the ‘Fuehrer’ was
(A) Hindenburg                                (B) Hitler
(C) Victor Emanuel III                      (D) Mussolini

 

25. America entered Second World War because
(A) Hitler attacked Poland
(B) Japan occupied Manchuria
(C) Lusitania was sunk by Germans
(D) Japan attacked on Pearl Harbour.

26. The former name of Myanmar was
(A) Ceylon                   (B) Malaya
(C) Burma                    (D) Indo-China.

27. Egypt became a rich country, due to
(A) its oil resources    (B) construction of Suez Canal
(C) its powerful army  (D) excavation of Pyramids.

28. Operation Blackboard Scheme was implemented to provide
(A) sufficient teachers and infrastructures
(B) free books and uniforms
(C) free bicycles
(D) mid-day meal.

29. An exclusive attachment or loyalty to one’s own region or state is
(A) Socialism            (B) Regionalism
(C) Communalism     (D) Secularism

 

30. The scheme which aims at development of rural women is
(A) Balika Samruddhi Yojana
(B) Rashtreeya Mahila Vimochana
(C) Streeshakti Yojana
(D) Swayamsiddha Yojana.

31. The International Court of Justice : Hague :: International Labour Organization :
(A) New York            (B) Paris
(C) Rome                  (D) Geneva.

32. The main aim of the International Labour Organization is to
(A) promote the welfare of women
(B) promote the welfare of children
(C) promote the welfare of working class
(D) promote the welfare of industries.

33. The long pending problem of Farakka Barrage between India and Bangladesh was solved because of
(A) a treaty between Prime Ministers of two countries
(B) Bangladesh became an independent country
(C) India helped Bangladesh to get freedom
(D) Pakistan attacked Bangladesh

 

34. Which one among the following is not a member of SAARC ?
(A) Maldives (B) Pakistan
(C) Nepal (D) China.

35. Martin Luther King Jr. is popularly known as Gandhi of America because he
(A) fought against racial discrimination
(B) followed Gandhian principles
(C) fought for the cause of American Independence
(D) helped Abraham Lincoln to condemn racial discrimination.

36. All developed nations wish to catch up with America as it is
(A) an economically advanced nation
(B) a politically powerful nation
(C) rich in natural resources
(D) having powerful defence forces.

37. The reason for the emergence of the “Third World Concept” is
(A) due to poverty and unemployment in nations
(B) globalization and open market emergence
(C) population explosion and poverty
(D) lack of development of Science and Technology

 

38. The notable achievement of European Community is
(A) the creation of common parliament
(B) the introduction of Euro
(C) free trade between European countries
(D) the introduction of single party system.

39. The oldest and largest physical division of India is
(A) the Northern Mountains
(B) the North Indian Plain
(C) the Peninsular Plateau
(D) the Coastal regions and Islands.

40. The plains of North India are fertile because of
(A) many rivers flow       (B) alluvial soil
(C) plateaus                    (D) dense forests.

41. Lakshadweep islands are formed by
(A) corals                         (B) hard volcanic rocks
(C) sedimentary rocks     (D) mountains.

42. One of the important tributaries of River Kaveri is
(A) Kosi                          (B) Bheema
(C) Tungabhadra             (D) Kabini

 

43. The place which gets lowest rainfall in India is
(A) Ganganagar              (B) Royli
(C) Mawsynram              (D) Jaipur.

44. South-West Monsoon winds are divided into the Arabian sea branch and Bay of Bengal branch because
(A) they strike the Western Ghats
(B) of the Peninsular shape of India
(C) they strike the Eastern Ghats
(D) they are checked by the Himalayas.

45. Tropical evergreen trees prevent the sun’s rays from reaching the ground because
(A) the trees are having broad branches
(B) they are having many branches
(C) the branches of trees form a canopy
(D) the trees are too short.

46. The aim of opening National parks and Wildlife sanctuaries is to
(A) preserve forest                   (B) preserve wildlife
(C) provide enough fire wood  (D) maintain ecological balance.

47. One of the commercial crops which is grown on the slopes of Nilgiri Hills is
(A) Cocoa                          (B) Spices
(C) Rubber                        (D) Ginger

48. One of the oldest crops introduced in India from West Asia is
(A) Wheat                         (B) Maize
(C) Jowar                          (D) Tobacco.

49. Production of crops and rearing of cattle mainly for sale is called
(A) Primitive subsistence farming
(B) Commercial farming
(C) Mixed farming
(D) Plantation farming.

50. The largest oil field of India is
(A) Digboi                         (B) Lakhimpur
(C) Ankleshwar                 (D) Bombay High.

51. Solar energy is called ‘the energy of the future’ because it
(A) is an exhaustible source of energy
(B) is an inexhaustible source of energy
(C) does not require huge capital to produce
(D) does not require modern technology to produce.

52. The railway wheel and axle plant is at
(A) Chittaranjan              (B) Perambur
(C) Yelahanka                   (D) Kanpur

53. The reason to establish sugar industries wherever sugarcane is grown is that
(A) sugarcane is a perishable and loses weight
(B) sugarcane is heavy
(C) there is lack of transport facilities
(D) demand for sugar is more where sugarcane is grown.

54. The chemicals like caustic soda, soda ash, sodium sulphate, chlorine and sulphuric
acid are required for
(A) Paper Industry           (B) Jute Industry
(C) Cement Industry        (D) Fertilizer Industry.

55. The Food Corporation of India was established in the year
(A) 1960 A.D.                (B) 1965 A.D.
(C) 1976 A.D.                (D) 1961 A.D.

56. India imports long staple cotton from Egypt, as it
(A) produces short staple cotton
(B) exports raw cotton
(C) exports readymade garments
(D) lost cotton growing areas during partition

57. Entrepot trade means
(A) purchase of goods from other countries
(B) selling of goods to other countries
(C) buying goods from one country with a view to sell them to other countries
(D) exchange of goods to goods.

58. The First Five-Year Plan was started in the year
(A) 1951 A.D. (B) 1950 A.D.
(C) 1955 A.D. (D) 1947 A.D.

59. The First Five-Year Plan : Agriculture :: The Sixth Five-Year Plan :
(A) Transport and Communication
(B) Generation of Power
(C) Industries
(D) Energy Sector.

60. During the Fifth Five-Year Plan the growth of industrial sector was slow due to
(A) priority given to agriculture
(B) failure of monsoons
(C) shortage of power and labour unrest
(D) lack of skilled labour

 

Answer the following questions in two sentences each :                     6 × 2 = 12


61. What were the events of the Quit India Movement of Isur ?
62. How was the problem of the refugees from Pakistan solved ?
63. Mention any two conditions imposed by developed nations while trying to help backward nations.
64. What are the uses of Manganese ?
65. What is balance of trade ? Mention its types.

66. What role did the newspapers play during freedom movement ?


Answer the following questions in five sentences each :                         4 × 3 = 12


67. Give a brief account of the Non-Cooperation movement.
68. What is smuggling ? What are the steps taken to check it ?
69. Mention the steps to prevent soil erosion.

70. How are the regulated markets helpful to our farmers ?


Write the answers to the following questions in about eight sentences each : 3 × 4 = 12


71. What were the principles of Satya Shodhak Samaj ?
72. List out the reasons for having good relations between India and Russia since 1947 A.D.

73. How are small scale and cottage industries helpful for the economic development of India ?
74. Draw an outline map of India and locate the following on it :                 1 + 3 = 4
        a) Western Ghats
        b) Vishakhapatnam
        c) Amritsar.

 

Alternative Question for Blind Candidates only : ( In lieu of Q. No. 74 )
What are the uses of Himalayas ?                                                                       4

Answer Key

1. A            2. A          3. C           4. D            5. B          6. C            7. B           8. D

9. B           10. C         11. A         12. D          13. A        14. B          15. C         16. B

17. A         18. C         19. C         20. B          21. A         22. A         23. C         24. B

25. D         26. C         27. A         28. A          29. B         30. C         31. D         32. C

33. A         34. D        35. A          36. A          37. B         38. B         39. C         40. B

41. A         42. D        43. B          44. B          45. C         46. B         47. A         48. A

49. B         50. D        51. B          52. C          53. A         54. A        55. B          56. A

57. C         58. A        59. B          60. C
61.
1. The people of issuer Organized the Quit India movement peacefully.
2. they checked the entry of officers into village and village declared 'free'.
(iii) two officers were killed when they tried to enter the village.
(iv) Five persons from issuer were hanged for this Act.

62.
(i) The Government provided shelter and medical aid to refugees.
(ii) Lakhs of them were settled in Orissa under the Dandakaranya project.





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