Showing posts with label class10-history. Show all posts
Showing posts with label class10-history. Show all posts

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

History MCQs For Competitive Examinations (#historyQuiz)(#eduvictors)

History MCQs For Competitive Examinations
History MCQs For Competitive Examinations (#historyQuiz)(#eduvictors)

For several million years after primates first appeared at the surface of the earth, people lived in small communities, in search of to survive by looking, fishing, and foraging in a regularly opposed surroundings. Then , within the area of a few thousand years, there was an abrupt trade of direction as humans in a few broadly scattered areas of the globe began to grasp the artwork of cultivating meals plants. As food production extended, the population in the ones areas rose correspondingly, and people began to congregate in large groups. Kingdoms were shaped to offer safety and different wanted services to the neighborhood population. Cities regarded and have become the focus of cultural and religious improvement. Historians consult with this method as the beginnings of civilization.

World history explores the human beyond,around the world,to help us understand the sector we stay in these days. It seeks to become aware of how main forces have developed over the years,like styles of migration or international trade.It explores the cultures and political establishments of various regions, to help explain commonalities and differences.

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

CBSE Class 10 - History - Nationalism in India (MCQs)(#eduvictors)(#class10History)

Nationalism in India 

CBSE Class 10 - History - Nationalism in India (MCQs)(#eduvictors)(#class10History)

Q1: Why did Gandhiji travel to Champaran?

 (a) To meet his relatives   
(b) To launch a Satyagraha against the Indigo planters
 (c)  To help the mill workers of Champaran 
(d) To organise a rally

Q2: In which session of the Indian National Congress was the non-cooperation movement adopted?

    (a) Nagpur Session of December 1927
    (b) Nagpur Session of December 1920
    (c) Kolkata Session of December 1928
    (d) Lahore Session of December 1920

Q3: Which act gave the government the power to detain political prisoners without trial for up to two years.

Friday, 23 November 2018

CBSE Class 10 - All Subjects Sample Question Papers (2018-19) (#cbsepapers)(#eduvictors)

CBSE Class 10 -
 Sample Question Papers (2018-19)

All Subjects

CBSE Class 10 - All Subjects Sample Question Papers (2018-19) (#cbsepapers)(#eduvictors)

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts Class 10 Board examinations every year in March. All examination questions depend on this prospectus so students should know about any updates that are made by NCERT. For the examinations, students can likewise download the CBSE board test papers for class 10 free PDF download and work on taking care of issues with us.

By solving the CBSE test papers for class 10, candidates will figure out how to distinguish question paper examples and patterns, answer necessities, kinds of trap questions and the sky is the limit from there. Students are urged to endeavor test question papers inside the predefined time limit. The papers empower them  to find the correct technique and answers for ordinarily made questions. They are urged to solve the problems within the recommended time with the goal that they may assess their regions of solidarity and focus on those they are feeble in.

To endeavor board exam understudies require a great deal of training as ridicule tests and test papers that will plan and empower them to compose the Class 10 CBSE Board Examination with certainty. Since it is the main board exam a kid shows up for there is frequently a great deal of fear included. Explaining these example papers supports certainty and mitigates the dread of board examinations that a great deal of students have.

Here are sample question papers on various subjects for class 10 (session: 2018-19) along with answers and marking schemes:

Monday, 5 November 2018


(Questions and Answers)


Q1: Explain what is meant by proto-industrialisation?


1. Proto-industrialisation refers to that phase of industrialization which existed in Britain before the growth of factories using mechanical power.

2. Industries during this phase were run with the help of human labour.

3. The proto-industrialisation system was controlled by the merchants.

4. Goods were produced by a vast number of producers working within their family farms and not in the factories.

Q2: In the proto-industrialisation period, why was it difficult for new merchants to set up business in towns?
Why did the merchants move to the countryside to set up their business?

Answer: It was dif´Čücult for merchants to set up their business in towns because:

1. Urban crafts and trade guild associations were powerful in the towns. They restricted the entry of new people into the trade.

2. Rulers granted different guilds the monopoly rights to produce and trade in specific products.

So the new merchants turned to the countryside.