Sunday, April 21, 2013

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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

SHORT QUIZ : Physio-graphic Divisions of India


SHORT QUIZ 
1 Which of the following is not a feature of Himalayan Mountains?
A. Snow covered peaks 
B. Source of many rivers
C. Prone to landslides 
D. support heavy population

2 Which of these is the southern most range of Himalayas?
A. Shiwalik
 B. Aravalli 
C. Himadri 
D. Mahabharata

3 Himalayas are a boon for India as they
I) provide shelter from cold winds of North 
II) Help in rainfall over the whole country
III) Provide valuable metals minerals 
IV) are storehouse of rare herbs and flora and fauna
A. Both I and II 
B. All are correct 
C. only I, III and IV 
D. III, II and IV are correct

4 K2 peak lies in which mountain range
A Himalayas 
B Karakorum 
C Shiwaliks 
D Kunlun

5 What is common between The Himalayas and The Northern Plains?
A. Both are of same geological age 
B. Both are of same length from east to west
C. Both are of same origin 
D.  None of these

6 Which is not a part of the Peninsular Plateau?
A. Chotanagpur Plateau 
B. Deccan Plateau 
C. Malwa Plateau 
D. Malabar Plateau

7 Which island group of India has volcanic origin?
A . Andaman’s 
B. Lakshadweep 
C Daman and Diu 
D. Mazoli

8 Name the river of Rajasthan which does not reach the river due to lack of water?
A Chambal River 
B. Sambhar River 
C. Dry River 
D. Luni River 

MAP QUIZ ( IDENTIFICATION ) 



Thursday, March 14, 2013


Important Topics/Questions for class 9th SAII
1 Enclosure movement: When, Where, Why, Features and Its Impact on different groups of society.
2 Captain Swing Movement: When Where Causes Features, Why were Thrashing Machines destroyed?
3 How was Opium Production ensured by the British and why farmers were reluctant?
4 Dust Bowl Tragedy: When Where Why and How was it solved?
5 The Great Plains of North America turning into Bread Basket of the World: Reasons and Features.
6 The importance of Parliament/Lok Sabha and Its comparison with Rajya Sabha.
7 Concept of Fundamental Rights and Their Importance (all rights important)
8 What role do slogans play in Indian elections? Give examples.
9 Powers of President: Legislative, Emergency, Executive, Judicial and Financial.
10 Challenges to free and fair elections in India and the solution.
11 Laws of cricket: History and reflection of rural background. English touch on Cricket.
12 “TV has revolutionized the game of cricket” How
13 Monsoon Phenomenon: Reasons, Features, Jet Streams: Features and Importance. Climatic Factors
14 NPP 2000 Features and special attention to adolescents. Distribution of Population.
15 Types of Forests with two features of each and Need to conserve flora and fauna.
16 Green Revolution: When Where Why other related aspects, Three aspects of Food Security.
17 Poverty alleviation programs of the Government with special mention of Food security programs like AAY, National Food for Work Program and Buffer Stock Mechanism
 18 What is PDS and What challenges it faces? How does it work and how can it work better?
19 Poverty Line Methods, Reasons of Poverty and Global Poverty Trends.
20. Map Work: Met Stations, Forest Types, National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries/Bio-reserves. 

Monday, February 18, 2013

Class 8th Important Questions SAII Feb2013

The Important Questions/Topics for SAII Class 8th Subject: Social Sciences


1. Distinguish between conventional and non-conventional sources of energy.

2. What are placer deposits? How are they formed? Give one example.

3. Define: Alloy, Rock, Ore and Ferrous Minerals, Grid, Jhuming, Literacy, Population Density.

4. What is resource conservation? Suggest some ways to conserve resources/energy resources.

5. What causes are responsible for IT industry development in Bangalore?

6. Classify the Manufacturing giving suitable examples on the following basis :

A. Raw material B. Ownership C. Nature of Produced goods

7. When and where was first Iron and steel plant was set up in India? Who did this?

8. Why is Cotton and Textile industry more concentrated in Ahmadabad/Gujarat/Maharashtra?

9. What are the causes of declining number of females/sex ratio in India?

10. How does occupational structure reflect the economic development of a country?

11. Why population of India is un-evenly distributed in India? Give examples to show this.

12. What are the factors responsible for the agricultural development in an area?

13. Why is Iron and steel industry more developed in the Chhotta Nagpur plateau region?

14. When and where was Congress formed? What were its major objectives?

15. How did spread of education affect the Indians under British rule?

16. What were the major demands of Moderates? Name any four moderate leaders.

17. What were the major demands of Radicals? Name any four radical leaders.

18. What do you understand by Rowlett Act? Why and How Indians opposed it?

19. When and who started Non Cooperation Movement? What methods were adopted under this?

20. When and Why Simon Commission came to India? How Indians reacted to it?

21. What was the importance of Lahore Session of Congress 1929?

22. What were the features/provisions of Mountbatten Plan? When was it passed?

23. Write a note on the following : Delhi Durbar 1911, Constituent Assembly, Chauri-Chaura incident, Lok Adalts, Public Interest Litigation, Creamy Layer, Marginalization, Impeachment.

24. Discuss the powers/functions of the following :

President of India, Prime Minister of India, Council Of Ministers, Supreme Court , High Courts

25. How is the president/Vice president of India elected? Elaborate.

26. What do you understand by SC, ST and OBCs? Why they have been given reservation?

27. Who are Musaharas? Where do they live? Write about their life style.

28. Describe the role of Swami Daya Nand in the field of social reforms. Any five points.

29. Who was Sir Sayyad Ahmed Khan? What is his contribution in the social reforms of Muslims?

30. Discuss role of Jyotibha Phule for the emancipation of lower castes and untouchables.

31. What you know about the Kalka Mail? How did the spread of railways help Indians?

32. Discuss the steps taken by the government for the welfare of minorities and the marginalized groups. Any five.

33. How is the Prime minister elected? Who administers him the oath of the office?

34. Write any five challenges which India faced at the time of Independence?

35. What is your India Vision 2020? Discuss in detail.

36. Write down the main/salient features of India’s foreign policy?

37. When and who started Civil Disobedience Movement? What happened under this?

38. Discuss the role of Mahatma Gandhi in the freedom struggle of India.

39. Write any five features of Quit India Movement. Why was it called the last blow to the British?

40. What do you know about Surat Split of 1907 and Lucknow pact of 1916

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Saturday, February 2, 2013

FA 4 S.S. January 2013


LRS DAV SEN SEC MODEL SCHOOL, ABOHAR
FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences CLASS 8th   SET A ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
Qs No 1-6, 1 Mark each, 7-9, 3 Marks each and Qs NO 10 is of 5 marks
1.       Who is the  head of the state in India ?A. PM B. CM C. President D. Governor
2.       Who is the only president to be re-elected for second term?
A. Jawaharlal Nehru B Indira Gandhi C. Rajinder Parsad D. B R Ambedkar
3.       Who is the ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha? A. PM B. CM C. President D. Vice President
4.       Judges can be removed only by A Suspension B FIR case C PIL D Impeachment
5.       FIR stands for A. First Informal Report B Full Information Record C First Information Report D Filed Information Report
6.       Which of the following is also known as APEX court?
 A High Court B Lok Adalat C Andhra Pardesh High Court D Supreme Court
7.       Give any three features of Lok Adalats.
8.       Explain the original Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
9.       How is the president of India elected? Explain.
10.   What are the major powers of the Prime Minister of India?

LRS DAV SEN SEC MODEL SCHOOL, ABOHAR
FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences CLASS   8th      SET B ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
Qs No 1-6, 1 Mark each, 7-9, 3 Marks each and Qs NO 10 is of 5 marks
1.       Who advocated the idea of Lok Adalats?
A. Justice Altamas Kabir B Justice Bhagwant Dass C. Justice J.S. Sodhi  D Justice P.N.Bhagwati
2.       Criminal cases are first of all taken up by
A. Supreme Court B High Courts C Lok Adalats D. Sessions Courts
3.       Name the only UT which has its own High Court A. Chandigarh B Daman C Delhi D Diu
4.       Who of the following can become officiating President in the absence of President and Vice President? A PM B CM C Lok Sabha Speaker D Chief Justice of India
5.       Mughal Garden is situated in which complex in New Delhi? A. Parliament House B Prime Minister’s Residence C. India Gate complex D.  Rashtrapati Bhawan
6.       The President  can be removed only by A Suspension B FIR case C PIL D Impeachment
7.       What are the qualifications to be elected as the President of India? Any three.
8.       Explain any three legislative powers of the President.
9.       Describe any three powers/functions of the Supreme Court of India.
10.   Explain any three features/functions of the Council of Ministers. How is it elected/appointed?


FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences CLASS 9th   SET A ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
Qs No 1-6, 1 Mark each, 7-9, 3 Marks each and Qs NO 10 is of 5 marks
1  Which of these  is not an element of Climate A. Precipitation B Weather C Wind D Humidity
2  As per Ferrell’s Law , A wind coming from North to South in the Northern hemisphere will be called A North South B North East C North West D South East 
3  Which term  is associated with height A Latitude B Longitude C Altitude D None of these
 4 Which tree belongs to Tropical Rain Forests  A  Arjun B Ibex C Agar D Ebony
5 Which of these is situated in Gujrat A  Manas B Nokrek C Nanda Devi D Gir
6 When was the latest census conducted in India A 1911 B 2011 C 1881 D 1872
7 Define age structure, birth rate and death rate.
8 What is a Biome? Give two features of it.
9 What are Jet streams ? Give any two features.
10 Write the difference between Advancing and Retreating Monsoons.

FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences S CLASS 9th   SET B ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
1 Which of the following is not a type of weather A Windy B Foggy C Sunny D Tropical
2 As per Ferrell’s Law, A wind coming from North to South in the Southern hemisphere will be called A North South B North East C North West D South East 
3 El Nino passes alongside which country? A India B Norway C Peru D Pakistan
 4 Which tree belongs to Tropical Deciduous Forests  A  Arjun B Ibex C Agar D Oak
5  Which of these is  a National Park A  Manas B Nokrek C Nanda Devi D Gir
6 When was the first complete  census conducted in India A 1911 B 2011 C 1881 D 1872
7 Describe/Define pull and push factors of Migration. 
8 Give any two features and two examples of Montane forests.
9 Give three points which make Monsoon a Unifying bond in India.
10 Write salient features/objectives of National Population Policy 2000.
FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences CLASS 9th   SET C ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
1 Which of these is not a feature of Hot Weather season in India  A. Loo B. Hot Winds C High Humidity D Low Pressure
2  Jet Streams blow A West  to East B South to North C East to West D Both A & C
3  Mango Showers are experienced A Before Monsoons B After Monsoon C during Monsoon D None of these
 4 Which tree belongs to Montane Forests  A    Arjun B Ibex C Agar D Oak
5  Which of these not  a Bio reserve A  Manas B Nokrek C Nanda Devi D Gir
6  Census is conducted after every A 5 Years B 10 Years C 11 Years D 10 Months
7 Why population of India is unevenly distributed? Give any three reasons.
8 Give any two features and two examples of Mangrove forests.
9 How can you say that Rainfall is unevenly distributed in India? Give three arguments.
10 What steps have been taken by the government to protect flora and fauna?


LRS DAV SEN SEC MODEL SCHOOL, ABOHAR
FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences CLASS 10th   SET A ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
Qs No 1-6, 1 Mark each, 7-9, 3 Marks each and Qs NO 10 is of 5 marks
1 Which of these is not formal source of credit A Banks B Cooperatives C Moneylenders D Both B & C
2 Grameen  Bank of Bangladesh is awarded which prize A World Bank C IMF D Nobel
3 MNC stands for A Many Nationalist Company B Million Net Company C Multi National Company
4 Ford motors is an ………company A Indian B American C German D Arabian
5 Which is APEX bank of India A SBI B PNB C OBC D RBI
6 WTO stands for A World Tariff Organ B World Trade Office C World Trade Organization D None
7 Why should we increase the formal sources of credit in India?
8 Give any four suggestions to improve rural formal credit?
9 Give any three reasons of Globalization.
10 Mention a few ways in which consumers are exploited.
OR
What is Globalization and Its effects (2 positive+2negetive)

LRS DAV SEN SEC MODEL SCHOOL, ABOHAR
FA 4 JANUARY 2013 SOCIAL Sciences CLASS 10th   SET B ROLL NO ……...... CLASS SECTION …….…
Qs No 1-6, 1 Mark each, 7-9, 3 Marks each and Qs NO 10 is of 5 marks
1 Which is not informal source of credit A Landlord B Friends C Traders D SBI
2 SHG stands for A Sure Help Guarantee B Sure Help Group C Self Help Group D Self Help Govt.
 3 When was RBI started A 1953 B 1993 C 1959 D 1935
4 SEZ stands for
 A Sea Economic Zone B Space Eco Zone C Super Economic Zone D Special Economic Zone
5 Which is Not the APEX bank of India A RBI B PNB C OBC D Both B & C
6 Ford Motors ownership does not belong which of these countries
A India B Pakistan C Finland D All of these
7 How does RBI supervise the functioning of other banks?
8 Explain the functions of Money.
9 “Impact of Globalization is not fair and uniform” How
10 Mention any five rights of consumers.
OR
Explain the role of technology in stimulating the process of Globalization.