Why do banks and cooperative societies need to lend more? Explain.
Why do we need to expand formal sources of credit in India? Explain.
Underemployment continues to be rampant in the rural areas. Suggest any three ways through which employment for rural people can be generated.
Why was the period of 1848 considered as phase of the revolution of the Liberals in Europe? Explain.
Highlight the reasons for the growth of nationalist tensions in the Balkan region before the First World War.
‘The challenge of sustainable development requires control over industrial pollution.’ Substantiate the statement with examples.
Explain with examples the accommodative experience of Belgium for peace and harmony.
‘Democracy is based on the idea of deliberation and negotiation’. Examine the statement.
‘Respect and equal treatment of women are necessary ingredients of a democratic society’. Examine the statement.
Describe the role of technology in promoting globalisation process.
Describe Economic Hardships Faced By Europe In 1830s?
Describe the serious problem faced by the modern part of Hanoi in 1903.
How had the printing press created a new culture of reading in Europe ? Explain with examples.
How had Charles Dickens depicted the terrible effects of industrialisation on peoples lives and characters ? Explain with examples.
Describe any three main features of ‘Alluvial soil’ found in India.
‘‘The dams that were constructed to control floods have triggered floods.’’ Analyse the statement.
Name any two subjects that are included in Concurrent List. How are laws made on these subjects ? Explain.
How is sharing of power between the Union and the State Governments basic to the structure of the Constitution of India ? Explain.
Every social difference does not lead to social division.’’ Justify the statement.
‘‘Crude oil reserves are limited all over the world. If people continue to extract it at the present rate, the reserves would last only 35 - 40 years more.’’ Explain any three ways to solve this problem.
Why is it necessary to increase a large number of banks mainly in rural areas ? Explain.
Why are service conditions of formal sector loans better than informal sector ? Explain.
How can the Government of India play a major role to make globalisation more fair ? Explain with examples.
How has globalisation affected the life of Indians ? Explain with examples.
How are consumers enjoying the ‘right to be informed’ in their daily life ? Explain with examples.
How had the ‘First World War’ created economic problems in India ? Explain with examples.
How had a variety of cultural processes developed a sense of collective belongingness in India during the 19th century ? Explain with examples.
Describe the role of ‘technology’ in transformation of the world in the nineteenth century.
Describe the life of workers during the nineteenth century in England.
Describe various steps taken to clean up London in the nineteenth century.
"Democracy is a better form of government than any other form of government." Justify the statement.
How can the industrial pollution of fresh water be reduced? Explain various ways.
"Democracies do not appear to be very successful in reducing economic inequalities." Justify the statement.
What is a political party? Explain any four characteristics of a political party.
Compare the economic activities of the private sector with that of the public sector.
Describe any three major problems faced by migrants in Bombay (Mumbai) during nineteenth century.
Describe steps taken to clean up London during nineteenth century.
"The function and the shape of the family were completely transformed by life in the industrial city." Clarify the statement with regard to urbanization that happened in England in the 18th century.
Describe the role of ‘Jobbers’ in the beginning of twentieth century in India.
Describe any three major problems faced by Indian cotton weavers in nineteenth century.
"Even before factories began to dot the landscape in England and Europe, there was large-scale industrial production for an international market in the country side." Elucidate.
Describe the economic conditions of Britain after the ‘First World War’.
Describe the impact of ‘Rinderpest’ on people’s livelihoods and local economy in Africa in the 1890s.
Illustrate with examples that food offers many opportunities of long-distance cultural exchange.
"Print created the possibility of wide circulation of ideas and introduced a new world of debate and discussion." Analyse the statement in the context of religion in Europe.
“The ‘Print Revolution’ had transformed the lives of people changing their relationship to information and knowledge.” Analyse the statement.
"Not everyone welcomed the printed book, and those who did also had fears about it." Justify the statement by giving three arguments.