Thursday, 1 March 2012

Class 10 - SSt SA-II Paper - MCQs asked in Exam

MCQs asked in Exam

Q1: Where did the industrialization first begin in Europe?
(a) USA  (b) England  (c) France  (d) Russia

Q2: What is the main contribution of the French Revolution to the world?
(a) Right to property was recognized.
(b) Guild restrictions were removed.
(c) Led to the transfer of sovereignty from monarchy to a body of citizens.
(d) Weights and Measures were standardized.

Q3: What task was assigned to Simon Commission?
(a) To supervise the functioning of Britishers in India
(b) To arrest Mahatma Gandhi
(c) To look into functioning of the Constitutional system in India
(d) To hold elections in India



Q4: During the period of Non - Cooperation Movement, who claimed to have special
powers, could heal people, survive bullet shots.
(a) Baba Ramchandra 
(b) C.R. Das
(c) Mahatma Gandhi 
(d) Ahuri Sitaram Raju

Q5: Which one of the following mines in Karnataka is an 100% export unit of iron ore?
(a) Tumkur   
(b) Kudermukh
(c) Chitradurga  
(d) Chikmanglore

Q6: Koderma, in Jharkhand, is the leading producer of which one of the following minerals?
(a) Bauxite 
(b) Mica
(c) Copper 
(d) Iron Ore

Q7: Oil India Limited is a :
(a) Public Sector Industry 
(b) Private Sector Industry
(c) Co-operative Sector Industry 
(d) Joint Sector Industry

Q8: East West Corridor connects Silchar and:
(a) Kanya kumari 
(b) Mumbai 
(c) Kolkata 
(d) Porbander

Q9: Which political party has grown out of movements?
(a) BJP 
(b) National Conference
(c) Samajwadi Party 
(d) Asom Gana Parishad.

Q10: A popular movement started in Bolivia due to:
(a) privatization of water. 
(b) Price Hike
(c) Military Rule 
(d) Overthrow of democracy

Q11: What is an ‘Alliance’?
(a) One Party contests elections
(b) Several Parties join hands to contest elections
(c) Two parties contest elections
(d) None of these

Q12:Which of the following countries is facing the ‘Foundational challenge’ of making the transition to democracy?
(a) UK 
(b) USA 
(c) Myanmar 
(d) India.

Q13: In India, Currency notes are issued by
(a) State Bank of India
(b) Reserve Bank of India..
(c) Central Bank of India
(d) President of India.

Q14: Which one is the main reason that pushes the poor to take loan from informal sector?
(a) Lack of intermediary 
(b) Absence of collateral
(c) High rate of interest 
(d) Cumbersome 

Q15: About how many countries were members of the WTO in 2006?
(a)100
(b) 150 
(c) 200 
(d) 250

Q16: Rampant food shortages, hoarding, black marketing, gave birth to he consumer movement in an organized form in the year:
(a) 1940s 
(b)1970s
(c) 1960s 
(d) 1980s

Q17: Who published ‘The folklore of Southern India’
(a) Prem Chand
(b) Natesa Sastri
(e) Bankim Chandra
(d) Rabindranath Tagore

Q18:Who headed the Statutory Commission set up by new Tory govt. of Britain for India:
(a) Lord Irwin 
(b) Lord Canning
(c) Sir John Simon 
(d) Jawaharlal Nehru

Q19: Which is the largest bauxite producing state in India?
(a) Bihar 
(b) Orissa
(c) Jharkhand 
(d) Madhya Pradesh

Q20: At which of the following places experimental project for Geothermal energy has been set up:
(a) Manikaran
(b) Manali
(c) Shimla
(d) Srinagar

Q21: In which year was the National Jute Policy formulated:
(a) 2004
(b) 2006
(c) 2005 
(d) 2007

Q22:Which is the Southern terminal of the National Highway No. 7 :
(a) Tuticorin 
(b) Kaniyakumari
(c) Tiruvanantapuram 
(d) Maduri

Q23: Organizations that seek to promote interest of p articular sections are called:
(a) Public Interest Group
(b) National Interest Group
(c) Long Time Movement
(d) Sectional Interest Group

Q24: India is an example of :
(a) One Party System
(b) TWO Party System
(c) Dictatorship
(d) Multiparty System

Q25: Which one of these is part of formal sector credit  in India:
(a) Moneylenders
(b) Bank
(c) Friends 
(d) Relatives

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