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CBSE Class 10th Social Science Question Paper 2013 (Set 2)

May 13, 2013 16:31 IST
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    Q1. Democracies are different from one another in terms of which one of the following ?
    (A) Culture
    (B) Social sjtuations
    (C) Economic activities
    (D) AU the aheve

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    Q2.Which of the  following is the credit for rich urban households?
    (A) Money - lenders
    (B) Businessmen
    (C) Banks
    (D) Self-Help Groups

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    Q3.Which one of the following was the main aim to form world trade organization ?
    (A) To liberalise international trade
    (B) To promote trade of rich countries
    (C) To plionulte trade of poor 'countries
    (D) To 'promote biliateral trade

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    Q4. Hallmark is the certfication maintained for standardisation for which one of the following ?
    (A) Jewellery
    (B) Electrical Goods
    (C) Edible oil
    (D) Refrigeration

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    Q5. The Artisans, industrial workers and peasants revolted against which one of the following in 1848 eurpoe ?
    (A) Economic Hardship
    (B) Political Unstability
    (C) Monarchy
    (D) Revolutionary War

    Q6. Which one of the following was the  main reason to withdraw Non- cooperation movement ?
    (A) Movement turning voilent
    (B) Leaders were tired
    (C) Satyagrahis needed to be trained
    (D) All the above

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