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Social Studies —2005 (Set II—Delhi)

Except for the following questions, all the remaining questions have been asked in Set 1.

Q. 10. Mention two features of mixed economy. 2

Q. 14.* Assess the importance of the Civil Disobedience Movement in the Indian freedom struggle. 4

Q. 15.*Examine the major contribution of Swami Vivekananda for the all-round progress of society. 4
*Explain the contribution of Arya Samaj towards social and religious reforms in the 19th century. 4

Q. 17. Explain the main causes for the increase in the prices. Give arguments in favour of regulating the rising prices. 4

Q. 20.* Examine the factors that led to the partition of India. 6

Q. 21. What is biotechnology? Explain any five advantages of the use of biotechnology in Indian agriculture. 1+5=6
Explain any six problems faced by Indian agriculture. 6x1=6

Q. 22. Explain with examples any four factors responsible for centralisation of iron and steel industry in Peninsular India. 4X11/2=6

Q. 25. What does gender empowerment focus upon? Explain any four steps taken in the direction of women's empowerment. 6
Define corruption. How does corruption create many social evils? Suggest two measures to check it.

Q. 27. (a)* On the given outline map of India mark with names any two of the following: 2
(i) The place where the Arya Samaj was founded.

(ii) The place where the Indian National Congress passed the resolution on Fundamental Rights and Economic Programme.

(iii) The place where the Mohammadan Anglo Oriental College was established.

Note: The following question is for Blind Candidates only in lieu of Q. No. 27 (a),

(a)* Give any two factors responsible for the national awakening in India. (b) and (c) See Q. 27(b) and (c), 2005 (I Delhi).

Social Science 2005 Question Papers Class X