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CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper 2019: Marking Scheme

Dec 18, 2018 17:17 IST
    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper 2019: Marking Scheme
    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper 2019: Marking Scheme

    In this article, we are providing the marking scheme for CBSE Class 10 Social Science sample paper 2019. Students may download the CBSE sample paper marking scheme in PDF format and refer the same while practicing for the CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2019.

    Why students should go through CBSE sampler paper marking scheme?

    • CBSE marking scheme helps students get an idea to frame the perfect answers in board exams which contain every important key point so as to fetch maximum scores.
    • It also helps students to understand the criteria of marks allotment to various points explained in an answer.
    • The word limit is considered to be the most crucial factor while answering questions asked in CBSE board question papers. With the help of key answers given in marking scheme, students will easily understand the word limit to be followed while answering the questions asked in CBSE Board Exams.

    A few questions from CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper 2019 and their answers from the respective marking scheme, are given below:

    Q. Why did France take up the idea of civilizing mission during mid-nineteenth century? Give one reason.

    Ans.

    To bring the benefits of civilization to the backward people of Vietnam.

    Ch-2, Nationalism in Indo-China Page no. 32

    Q. “Conservation of resource is vital for development.” Give one example regarding the statement.

    Ans.

    Conservation of resources- afforestation, water treatment.

    Geography, Page No.4

    Q. Describe the ideology of liberalism during early 19th century.

    Ans.

    i. Liberalism in the early 19thcentury stood for freedom for the individual and equality to all before law for the new middle classes.

    ii. Politically, it emphasised the concept of government by consent.

    iii. It stood for the end of autocracy and clerical privileges. (Any other relevant point)

    History, Ch-1 The rise of Nationalism in Europe Page no. 9

    CBSE Class 10 Syllabus 2018-2019: All Subjects

    Q. Establish the difference between Commercial farming and Subsistence farmingwith the help of a suitable example.

    Ans.

    A. Commercial Farming

    i.Use of higher doses of modern inputs like HYV seeds, fertilizers,etc.

    ii.Commercialization of agriculture varies from region to another

    iii. Plantation is also a type of commercial farming

    iv.Use ofwell-developed network of transport and communication

    v.High productivity for commercial purpose

    B. Subsistence Farming

    i. Is practiced on small patches of land

    ii. Labour intensive farming

    iii. Use of primitive tools

    iv. Dependent on Monsoons

    v. Called as ‘Slash and burn’ agriculture.

    vi. Low productivity (Any two to be mentioned in each unit)

    C. Example: Rice is a commercial crop in Haryana and Punjab but in Odisha it is a subsistence crop.

    Geography Page No. 35

    To get the complete CBSE Class 10 Sample Paper and it Marking Scheme for Social Science, click over following links:

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Question Paper 2019

    CBSE Class 10 Social Science Sample Paper Marking Scheme 2019

    Students should also solve the previous years’ question papers of CBSE Class 10 Social Science, as these papers will offer a variety of problems to solve and give you the practice to code and know what kind of questions might be asked in the board exam 2019.

    Download the CBSE Class 10 Social Science Previous Years Solved Question Papers

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