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CBSE Class 9 - Social Science Term 1 MCQs (2021-22) (#cbseClass9)(#class9SocialScience)(#eduvictors)

CBSE Class 9 - Social Science Term 1 MCQs 


CBSE Class 9 - Social Science Term 1 MCQs (2021-22) (#cbseClass9)(#class9SocialScience)(#eduvictors)

Q1: What was Tithe?

(A) Tax to be paid directly to the state.

(B) Currency of France.

(C) A Tax levied by the church.

(D) A type of dress worn by the elite.

Q2: In the Eighteenth Century French society was divided into how many Estates?

(A) One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) Four

Q3: Find the INCORRECT Match.

(A) Robespierre – Ruler

(B) Louis XVI – Ruler

(C) John Locke – Ruler

(D) Napoleon - Ruler

Q4: In the context of France, ‘The Tennis Court Oath’ took place on:

(A) 14th July 1789 

(B) 4th August 1789

(C) 20th June 1789 

(D) 5th May 1789

Q5: Snake biting its tail symbolizes-

(A) Freedom

(B) Eternity

(C) Knowledge

(D) Unity

Q6: King Louis XVI belonged to which Dynasty of kings?

(A) Hapsburg 

(B) Romanov

(C) Bourbon 

(D) Windsor

Q7: The symbol for the Freedom of slaves is

(A) The broken Chain

(B) Winged woman

(C) The eye within a triangle radiating light

(D) None of these

Q8: Why was the Bastille hated by all?

(A) It stood for the despotic power of the king 

(B) It housed dreaded criminals

(C) Its army commanders were despotic

(D) It was a storehouse of ammunition

Q9: In which of the battle was Napoleon finally defeated?

(A) Russia 

(B) Versailles

(C) Paris

(D) Waterloo 

Q10: ‘The spirit of laws’ was written by:

(A) John Locke

(B) Rousseau 

(C) Jean Paul Marat 

(D) Montesquieu 

Q11: Find the CORRECT Match.

(A) Mount Everest - India

(B) Dhaulagiri - India

(C) Makaalu - India

(D) Kamet - India

Q12: In which one of the following groups of Hemisphere India is located?

(A) Eastern and Western Hemisphere

(B) Northern and Southern Hemisphere

(C) Eastern and Northern Hemisphere

(D) Land and Water Hemisphere

Q13: My friend hails from a country that does not share its boundary with India. Identify the country.

(A) Bhutan

(B) Iran

(C) Bangladesh 

(D) Nepal

Q14: The Tropic of Cancer does not pass through:

(A) Rajasthan 

(B) Chhattisgarh 

(C) Orissa

(D) Tripura  

Q15: 82030’ East Longitude is called-

(A) Tropic of Cancer

(B) Prime Meridian of India

(C) Prime Meridian of Sri Lanka

(D) Tropic of Capricorn

Q16: Which geographical feature bounds India’s mainland south of 22°N latitude?

(A) Young Fold Mountains 

(B) Sandy Desert

(C) Lava Plateaus 

(D) Seas and Ocean

Q17: Which of the following state of India does not share its boundary with Pakistan?

(A) Punjab

(B) Himachal Pradesh

(C) Rajasthan

(D) Gujarat

Q18: Which of the following groups of islands belonging to the Indian territory lies in the Arabian Sea?

(A) Andaman and Nicobar Islands

(B) Lakshadweep 

(C) Sri Lanka 

(D) Maldives

Q19: Tropic of Cancer passes through which of these states

(A) Orissa 

(B) Bihar

(C) Tripura  

(D) Punjab

Q20: The Arabian sea is located in the-

(A) West of India

(B) East of India

(C) North of India

(D) South of India

Q21: The western coastal strip south of Goa is referred to as

(A) Coromandel 

(B) Konkan 

(C) Kannad 

(D) Northern Circar

Q22: The northernmost range of the Himalayas is called-

(A) Himachal

(B) Nilgiris

(C) Shivalik

(D) Himadri

Q23: According to the ‘Theory of Plate Tectonics,’ when some plates come towards each other, which of the following is formed?

(A) Convergent boundary 

(B) Divergent boundary

(C) Transform boundary 

(D) Colliding boundary

Q24: ‘Bhangar’ is?

(A) New Alluvial plains

(B) Old alluvial plains

(C) Last stage of rivers

(D) Land between two rivers

Q25: Which continents of today were part of the Gondwanaland?

(A) Asia and Africa 

(B) Europe and Asia

(C) Europe and Africa 

(D) Australia and South America

Q26: Which among the following issue ‘Legal Framework order’ in 2002 in Pakistan.

(A) Jia ul Haq

(B) Mohammad Nasir 

(C) Pervez Musharraf 

(D) Imran Khan

Q27: Which of the following does not lead to the spread of democracy?

(A) Struggle by the people 

(B) Invasion by foreign countries

(C) End of colonialism 

(D) People’s desire for freedom

Q28: In which form of government rulers are elected by the people?

(A) Autocracy

(B) Democracy

(C) Kingship

(D) All of these

Q29: Name the body of the U.N. which acts as a Parliament.

(A) General Assembly 

(B) Security Council

(C) International Court of Justice 

(D) Social and Economic Council

Q30: In which year the women in Saudi Arabia got the right to vote?

(A) 1948

(B) 2005

(C) 2015

(D) 2010

Q31: Which of these is a provision that a democratic constitution does not have?

(A) Powers of the head of the state 

(B) Name of the head of the state

(C) Powers of the legislature 

(D) Name of the country

Q32: Which among the following played a decisive role in the integration of the princely states of India after Independence?

(A) Abul Kalam Azad

(B) T.T. Krishnamachari

(C) Jaipal Singh

(D) Sardar Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel

Q33: When did the Assembly adopt the Constitution?

(A) 26 November, 1949 

(B) 26 December, 1949

(C) 26 January, 1950 

(D) 26 January, 1949

Q34: Who was the President of the constituent assembly?

(A) H.C. Mookherjee

(B) Rajendra Prasad

(C) Abul Kalam Azad

(D) Mahatma Gandhi

Q35: “The ambition of the greatest man of our generation has been to wipe every tear from every eye.” Who was Nehru referring to in his speech?

(A) Abdul Ghaffar Khan 

(B) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar 

(C) Vallabhbhai Patel

(D) Mahatma Gandhi

Q36: Which among the following is a factor of production?

(A) Land

(B) Labour

(C) Capital

(D) All of the above.

Q37: Which of the following economic activities are done in Palampur Village?

(A) Agriculture

(B) Transportation

(C) Small and cottage scale industry 

(D) All of the above

Q38: Which of the following is grown in the rainy season?

(A) Wheat

(B) Soyabean

(C) Rice

(D) Jowar and bajra 

Q39: Kamal works as a potter. State he is engaged in which sector?

(A) Primary Sector

(B) Secondary sector

(C) Tertiary sector

(D) None of these

Q40: Which of the following is the demerit of HYV seeds-

(A) Excessive use of fertilizers

(B) Decreases the water table

(C) Decreases the fertility of the soil

(D) All of these


1: (C) A Tax levied by the church.

2: (C) Three

3: (C) John Locke – Ruler

4: (C) 20th June 1789 

5: (B) Eternity

6: (C) Bourbon 

7: (A) The broken Chain

8: (A) It stood for the despotic power of the king 

9: (D) Waterloo 

10: (D) Montesquieu 

11: (D) Kamet - India

12: (C) Eastern and Northern Hemisphere

13: (B) Iran

14: (C) Orissa

15: (B) Prime Meridian of India

16: (D) Seas and Ocean

17: (B) Himachal Pradesh

18: (B) Lakshadweep 

19: (C) Tripura  

20: (A) West of India

21: (B) Konkan 

22: (D) Himadri

23: (A) Convergent boundary 

24: (B) Old alluvial plains

25: (D) Australia and South America

26: (C) Pervez Musharraf 

27: (B) Invasion by foreign countries

28: (B) Democracy

29: (A) General Assembly

30: (C) 2015

31: (B) Name of the head of the state

32: (D) Sardar Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel

33: (A) 26 November 1949 

34: (B) Rajendra Prasad

35: (D) Mahatma Gandhi

36: (D) All of the above.

37: (D) All of the above

38: (C) Rice

39: (A) Primary Sector

40: (D) All of these


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