Social Science Class X

Life Lines of National Economy (C10)

India has one of the largest road networks in the world, aggregating to about 2.3 million km at present. On what basis roadways have taken an edge over railways? Explain.

Power Sharing & Federalism (C10)

Under which type of federation India comes? Mention any two features of such federation.

Power Sharing & Federalism (C10)

Describe any three provisions of amendment made in ‘Indian Constitution’ in 1992 for making ‘Three-Tier’ government more effective and powerful.

Democracy & Diversity (C10)

Describe any three factors that are responsible for breaking down of caste system in India.

Democracy & Diversity (C10)

"Three factors are crucial in deciding the outcome of politics of social divisions." Elaborate upon the statement.

Democracy & Diversity (C10)

Women face disadvantage, discrimination and oppression in various ways even today. Assess the statement by giving suitable arguments.

Challenges to Democracy (C10)

"A challenge is an opportunity for progress." Support the statement with your arguments.

Development (C10)

Why is sustainable development essential for economic growth? Explain.

Development (C10)

How is the issue of sustainability important for development? Explain with examples.

Development (C10)

Mohit is 28 years of age, has 65 kg of body weight and is 1.4 meters tall. Calculate his BMI. Find out whether he is under nourished or over weight. Why?

Sectors of Indian Economy (C10)

How does public sector contribute to the economic development to the nation? Explain.

Sectors of Indian Economy (C10)

Rohan works in a bank as a clerk while Sumit works on a construction site as a labourer. Describe difference in their conditions of work and judge the benefits and drawbacks of working in the respective sectors.

Sectors of Indian Economy (C10)

Reema works as a shift technician in Mehta Textiles Ltd. whereas Shirin works as a Sales Executive in Kashvi Fashion Showroom. Identify the sectors of economy in which Reema and Shirin are working. Evaluate the role of each of these sectors in the Indian economy.

Money & Credit (C10)

"The credit activities of the informal sector should be discouraged." Support the statement with arguments.

Money & Credit (C10)

Why is cheap and affordable credit important for the country’s development? Explain any three reasons.

Money & Credit (C10)

Amrita is a government employee and belongs to a rich urban household whereas Rani works as a helper on a construction site and comes from a poor rural household. Both have a crisis at home and wish to take loan. Create a list of arguments explaining who between the two would successfully be able to get the loan from a formal source. Why?

Consumer Rights (C10)

"The consumer redressal process is becoming cumbersome, expensive and time consuming." Explain ways to solve this problem.

Consumer Rights (C10)

How can consumer awareness be spread among consumers to avoid exploitation in the market place? Explain any three ways.

Nationalism in Europe (C10)

Describe the explosive conditions prevailed in Balkans after 1871 in Europe.

Nationalism in Europe (C10)

Describe steps taken by the French Revolutionaries to create a sense of collective identity among the French people.

Nationalism in Europe (C10)

Describe the events of French Revolution which had influenced the people belonging to other parts of Europe.

Nationalism in Europe (C10)

Ideas of national unity in early-nineteenth-century Europe were closely allied to the ideology of liberalism. What did it mean for the middle class in France? Explain.

Nationalist Movement in Indo-China (C10)

Describe the role of different religious groups in the development of anti-colonial feelings in Vietnam.

Nationalism in India (C10)

Why did Gandhiji decide to launch a nationwide ‘Satyagraha’ against the proposed Rowlatt Act (1919)? How was it opposed ? Explain.

Nationalism in India (C10)

Why was the ‘Salt March’ considered an effective symbol of resistance against colonialism? Explain.

Nationalism in India (C10)

Why was Congress reluctant to allow women to hold any position of authority within the organisation? How did women participate in Civil Disobedience Movement? Explain.

Nationalism in India (C10)

How did Non-Cooperation movement start with participation of middle class people in the cities? Explain its impact on the economic front.

Nationalism in India (C10)

How did the Non-Cooperation Movement spread to the countryside and drew into its fold the struggles of peasants and tribal communities? Elaborate.

Nationalism in India (C10)

How did people belonging to different communities, regions or language groups in India develop a sense of collective belonging? Elucidate.

Manufacturing Industries (C10)

Explain any five factors that are responsible for the location of the ‘jute mills’ mainly along the banks of the ‘Hugli River’.

Manufacturing Industries (C10)

Why is the economic strength of a country measured by the development of manufacturing industries? Explain with examples.

Manufacturing Industries (C10)

Why has the 'Chhotanagpur Plateau Region' the maximum concentration of iron and steel industries? Analyse the reasons.