Board Paper of Class 10 2022 Social Science Term-II Delhi(Set 2) - Solutions
Read the following instructions very carefully and strictly follow them:
(i) There are 13 questions in the question paper. All questions are compulsory.
(ii) This Question paper is divided into five Sections - A, B, C, D and E.
(iii) Section A - Question no. 1 to 5 are very short answer type questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 40 words.
(iv) Section B - Question no. 6 to 8 are short answer type questions, carrying 3 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 80 words.
(v) Section C - Question no. 9 and 10 are long answer type questions, carrying 5 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 120 words.
(vi) Section D - Question no. 11 and 12 are Case Based questions, carrying 4 marks each.
(vii) Section E - Question no. 13 is map based, carrying 3 marks with two parts, 13.1 from History (1 mark) and 13.2 from Geography (2 marks).
(viii) There is no overall choice in the question paper. However, an internal choice has been provided in few questions. Only one of the choices in such questions have to be attempted.
- Question 1
Mention any two causes that led to the Non-Cooperation Movement. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 2
Why is Aluminum Smelting the second most important metallurgical industry in India? Explain. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 3
Read the following source and answer the questions that follow:
A House LoanMegha has taken a loan of ₹5 lakhs from the bank to purchase a house. The annual interest rate on the loan is 12 per cent and the loan is to be repaid in 10 years in monthly instalments. Megha had to submit to the bank, documents showing her employment records and salary before the bank agreed to give her the loan. The bank retained as collateral the papers of the new house, which will be returned to Megha only when she repays the entire loan with interest.
1 From which source of credit Megha has taken loan?
2 Explain the terms of credit given in the source. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 4
Differentiate between ruling and opposition parties. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 5
Classify industries on the basis of raw materials. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 6
Explain, how the rise of political parties are directly linked to the emergence of representative democracies. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 7
Why were different social groups participate in the 'Civil Disobedience Movement'? Explain with examples. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 8
Explain, why the banks do not lend credit to certain borrowers?
Explain the functions of "Self Help Group". VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 9
"Democracy is better than any other alternative government." Justify the statement.
'Democracy is accountable, responsive and legitimate government.' Justify the statement. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 10
"Technology is the vital force in the modern form of globalisation." Explain the statement with suitable examples.
"The impact of globalisation has not been uniform." Explain the statement with suitable examples. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 11
Read the following case and answer the questions that follows:TourismTourism in India has grown substantially over the last three decades. More than 15 million people are directly engaged in the tourism industry. Tourism also promotes national integration, provides support to local handicrafts and cultural pursuits. It also helps in the development of international understanding about our culture and heritage. Foreign tourists visit India for heritage tourism, eco tourism, adventure tourism, cultural tourism, medical tourism and business tourism. There is a vast potential for development of tourism in all parts of the country. Efforts are being made to promote different types of tourism for this upcoming industry.
1. Explain the importance of tourism.
2. Give an example of 'Heritage tourism'.
3. Assess the benefits of improving tourism in India. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 12
Read the following case carefully and answer the questions that follows:Nationalism in IndiaModern nationalism in Europe came to be associated with the formation of nation-states. It also meant a change in people's understanding of who they were, and what defined their identity and sense of belonging. New symbols and icons, new songs and ideas forged new links and redefined the boundaries of communities. In most countries the making of this new national identity was a long process. How did this consciousness emerge in India?
In India and as in many other colonies, the growth of modern nationalism is intimately connected to the anti-colonial movement. People began discovering their unity in the process of their struggle with colonialism. The sense of being oppressed under colonialism provided a shared bond that tied many different groups together. But each class and group felt the effects of colonialism differently, their experiences were varied, and their notions of freedom were not always the same. The Congress under Mahatma Gandhi tried to forge these groups together within one movement. But the unity did not emerge without conflict.
1. What was people's understanding of nation?
2. How was the growth of modern nationalism intimately connected to the anti-colonial movement?
3. How did people in India develop a sense of collective belonging? Explain. VIEW SOLUTION
- Question 13
1. On the given outline Political Map of India, identify the place marked as 'A' with the help of following information and write its correct name on the line marked near it:
(A) The place where Indian National Congress Session was held in September, 1920.
2. On the same given Map of India, locate and label the following :
I. (a) Ramagundam Thermal PlantOR
(b) Pune Software Technology Park.
II. Chennai (Meenambakam) International Airport. VIEW SOLUTION