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CBSE Class 10 Social Science Board Exam 2017 (Delhi): Marking Scheme

Oct 5, 2017 17:28 IST
    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Marking Scheme 2017: Delhi Region
    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Marking Scheme 2017: Delhi Region

    We bring here the CBSE Class 10 Social Science SA-II Board Exam 2017 (Delhi): Marking Scheme that released by the board itself. This marking scheme has key answers (or values point) along with mark wise break up of every answer which gives better idea about the division of marks inside a question.

    Importance of CBSE Class 10 Social Science Board Examination Marking Scheme:

    Every year CBSE Board releases the marking scheme which was used while checking the answer booklets of CBSE Board Examinations. CBSE does this with a purpose of helping its students get an idea to frame a perfect answer that contains every important key point.

    The word limit while answering questions of CBSE board examination is the most crucial factor. With the help of key answers in marking scheme, students will easily understand the criteria of word limit of answers to be written in CBSE Board Exams.

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Question Paper 2017:All India

    A few questions and their answers from CBSE Class 10 Social Science SA-II Board Exam 2017 (Delhi): Marking Scheme, are given below:

    Q. Name the writer of the novel ‘Anandamath.’ (1)

    Ans.

    Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay. (1)

    Q. Give an example of any ‘pressure group’ of India which functions as a branch of ‘political party.’ (1)

    Ans.

    Trade unions/Students’ organizations, INTUC, AITUC,ABVP,NISU. (1)

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Marking Scheme 2017: All India

    Q. Describe any three steps taken by the French revolutionaries to create a sense of collective identity amongst the French people. (3)

    Ans.

    Collective identity amongst French People:

    i. The ideas of La patrie (the father land) and le citoyen(the citizen) emphasised the notion of a united community enjoying equal rights under a constitution.

    ii. A new French flag the tricolor, was chosen to replace the formal Royal standard.

    iii. A centralized administrative system was put in place and it formulated uniform laws for all citizens within its territory.

    iv. Internal customs duties and dues were abolished.

    v. A uniform system of weights and measures was adopted.

    vi. Any other relevant point.

    Any three points to be described. (3x1=3)

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Syllabus 2017-2018

    Q. Why do the movement of  goods  and  services from one place to another require fast and efficient means of transport? Explain with examples. (3)

    Ans.

    Requirement of efficient means of transport:

    i. We use different materials and services in our daily life. Some of these are available in our immediate surroundings, while other requirements are met by bringing things from other places. 

    ii. Goods and services do not move from supply locales to demand locales on their own. The movement of these goods and services from their supply locations to demand locations necessitates the need for transport.

    iii.  The products come to the consumers by transportation.

    iv. The pace of development of a country depends upon the production of goods and services as well as their movement over space.

    v. Any other relevant point.

    Any three points to be explained. (3x1=3)

    Click over the following links to get the complete CBSE Class 10 Social Science (Delhi) question paper and its marking scheme:

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Question Paper 2017: Delhi Region

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Marking Scheme 2017: Delhi Region

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