LESSON: 1-IMPERIALISM - Imperialism in India and China
1. Germany and Italy became unifed countries in (a) 1870 (b) 1872 (c) 1780 (d) 1782 2. A great demand for the raw materials was created by (a) Industrial Revolution (b) IT Revolution (c) French Revolution (d) Agrarian Revolution 3. The policy of Imperialism followed by the European countries from 1870 – 1945 was known as (a) Neo – Imperialism (b) Political Imperialism (b) New Imperialism (d) Military Imperialism 4. China was politicallly Independent under the (a) Chin rule (b) Shang Rule (c) Chou rule (d) Manchu rule 5. The movement of goods was speeded up by the development of (a) Railways (b) Roadways (c) Airways (d) Waterways 6. The ‘Sphere of Influence’ was adopted by the European countries in (a) Japan (b) China (c) India (d) Burma 7. The English East India comapny was formed in (a) 1600 (b) 1664 (c) 1644 (d) 1700 8. The French East India company was established by (a) Louis XIV (b) Colbert (c) Louis XVI (d) De Brazza 9. The Second opium war came to end by the Treaty of (a) Peking (b) Nanking (c) Canton (d) Shantung 10. The Policy formulated by England and USA for China (a) Open door Policy (b) Dcotrine of Lapse (c) Protective Trade Policy (d) Scorched Earth Policy 11. The Mughal emperor who gave permission to English East India Company to set up trading post at Surat (a) Shahjahan (b) Jahangir (c) Aurangazeb (d) Humayun 12. The Republic of China was established nder (a) Dr. Sun Yat Sen (b) Chou – En – Lai (c) Mao Tse Tung (d) Chiang Kai Sheik

LESSON: 2-First World War A.D. 1914 – 1918 – League of Nations
1.’ Germany alone was competent to rule the whole world’ said by (a) Bismarck (b) Kaiser William II (c) Hitler (d) Mussolini 2. Kaiser William II stationed a fleet at (a) Heligoland (b) Aaland (c) Jutland (d) Ireland 3. France wanted to get back (a) Alsace and Lorraine (b) Bosnia and Herzegovina (c) Austria and Hungary (d) Estonia and Latvia 4. Austrian crown prince was (a) Francis Ferdinand (b) Francis Duke (c) Francis de Lesseps (d) Francis Baycon 5. Austria declared war on Serbia On (a) 28th July 1914 (b) 28th June 1914 - 1 of 29.

(c) 28th March 1914 (d) 28th August 1914 6. Germany invaded France by crossing (a) Nether Land (b) Luxemburg (c) Rhineland (d) Belgium 7. Turkey extended her support to the (a) Allied powers (b) Axis Powers (c) Central Powers (d) Super powers 8. This expedition was an utter failure for the British (a) German Expedition (b) French Expedition (c) Dardanelles Expedition (d) Cuban Expedition 9. The famous American merchant ship sunk by Germany (a) Luftwaffe (b) Royal (c) Lusitania (d) Berlin 10. In Russia the Czarist government was over thrown by (a) Lenin (b) Karl Mark (c) Martov (d) Stalin 11. German battle cruiser was destroyed in the battle of (a) Jutland (b) Dogger bank (c) North Sea (d) Baltic Sea 12. Germany sued for peace on (a) Nov. 11, 1918 (b) Nov. 21, 1918 (c) Nov. 12, 1919 (d) Nov. 22, 1918 13. The First World War came to an end by the (a) London Peace Conference (b) Rome Peace Conference (c) Berlin Peace Conference (d) Paris Peace Conference 14. The League of Nations was officially founded in (a) March 7, 1993 (b) May 2nd 1928 (c) Jan. 20, 1920 (d) Jan. 20, 1924

LESSON: 3-World between the Wars – A.D. 1919 – 1939 Economic Depression
1. The Great Economic Depression began in (a) England (b) U.S.A (c) France (d) Germany 2. In 1929, the American President was (a) Theodore Roosevelt (b) Woodrow Wilson (c) Herbert Hoover (d) F.D. Roosevelt 3. The greatest craze in America was (a) Trade (b) Gambling (c) Cinema (d) Share Market 4. FD Roosevelt asumed office on (a) March 4, 1933 (b) March 4, 1993 (c) April 6, 1933 (d) April 6, 1943 5. There were normal economic activities in the USA by (a) 1930 (b) 1940 (c) 1950 (d) 1945

LESSON: 4- Fascism in Italy
1. The founder of the Fasicist Party was (a) Adolf Hitler (b) Benito Mussolini (c) Stalin (d) Lenin 2. Mussolini organized the National Fascist Party in (a) Nov. 1921 (b) Dec. 1921 (c) Jan 1921 (d) Feb 1921 3. Mussolini provided a (a) Democratic Government (b) Communist Government (c) Stable Government (d) Republican Government 4. The great relief was provided to the workers by (a) ILO (b) Factory Act (c) Charter of Labour (d) Trade Unions 5. Mussolini made common cause with (a) Churchill (b) Hitler (c) Stalin (d) Lenin - 2 of 29.

In 1941. The coal mines given to France were (a) Jharia (b) Saar (c) Bokaro (d) Raniganj 3. For some time Hitler was a (a) Painter (b) Tailor (c) Teacher (d) Banker 5.Nazism in Germany 1. This treaty contained the seeds of the Second World War (a) Treaty of Versailles (b) Treaty of Rome (c) Treaty of London (d) Treaty of Aix-la-chappale 2. 1938 Hitler threatened a war on (a) Yugoslavia (b) Poland (c) Finland (d) Czechoslovakia . Hitler’s anti – Semitism grew to the extent of killing the (a) Aryans (b) Mongolians (c) Jews (d) Austrlians 4. A democratic constitution with the federal structure was established by a National Assembly met at (a) Berlin (b) Weimer (c) Frankfurt (d) Bavaria 2. UN’s main deliberative body is (a) The General Assembly (c) The Security Council (c) 1965 (c) San Francisco (d) 1975 (d) California (b) The Secretariat (d) The Trusteeship Council www. The Allied armies occupied the resources rich (a) Rhineland (b) Sudetenland (c) Greenland (d) Finland 3. 1939 .6. The British Prime Minister during the Second World War was (a) Sir Winston Churchill (b) Clement Atlee (c) Margaret Thatcher (d) Lloyd George 9.Second World War A.kalvisolai. The Allies were strengthened by the entry of (a) Austria (b) America (c) Finland (d) Poland LESSON: 6. In Sep. . The country emerged as a World Power after the First World War was (a) China (b) Japan (c) India (d) Korea 4.D. Blitzkrieg means a (a) Lightening war (b) Trench warfare (c) Sub maraine warfare (d) Guerilla warfare 8. The UN charter was signed at (a) New York (b) Geneva 3. Mussolini left the League of Nations in (a) 1931 (b) 1932 (c) 1935 (d) 1937 LESSON: 5. Hitler invaded (a) Russia (b) France (c) Prussia (d) Persia 6. The UNO was established in (a) 1955 (b) 1945 2.The United Nations Organisation 1. Hitler signed the Non – Aggression Pact with (a) Gorbacheu (b) Boris Yeltrin (c) Stalin (d) Lenin LESSON: 7. Hitler demanded the surrender of (a) Tannenburg (b) Danzig (c) Jutland (d) Estonia 7. The principles of war and conquests was glorifed by (a) Moderates (b) Extremists (c) Dictators (d) Reformers 5.3 of 29.1945 1.

The first permanent President of the European Council is (a) Ramsay Mac Donald (b) Herman Van Rampay (c) . European Union traces its origin from the (a) ECSC (b) EEC (c) EURATOM (d) ETC 2. The wife of Nawab of Oudh was (a) Mumtaj Mahal (b) Fathima Begum (c) Begum Hazarat Mahal (d) Sultana Razia www. The peasants had to pay heavy (a) duties (b) tariffs (c) revenue taxes (d) service taxes 5. During the great revolt of 1857 the Governer General of India was (a) Lord Lytton (b) Lord Ripon (c) Lord Canning (d) Lord Wellesley 4. The United Nations celebrated its 50 Anniversary in (a) 1985 (b) 2005 (c) 1995 (d) Tokyo (d) 1975 LESSON: 8. Resumption of rent free system was introduced by (a) Lord Linlithgow (b) Lord Dalhousie (c) Lord Bentinck (d) Lord Mount Battern 6. . Indian historians describe the Revolt of 1857 as (a) Sepoy Mutiny (b) The great revolt (c) First War of Indian Independence (d) Military revolt 3. The British historians call the revolt of 1857 as (a) Military revolt (b) The great revolt (c) War of Independence (d) Freedom struggle 2.4 of 29. Euro zones monetary policy is governed by (a) European Central Bank (b) Reserve Bank (c) State Bank (d) Swiz Bank 6. Vijayalakshmi Pandit (d) Bismark 5. The Seat of International Court of Justice is at (a) The Hague (b) Berlin (c) Rome th 5. The EU has established a strong relationship with the (a) USA (b) USSR (c) UNO (d) UAE LESSON: 9The Great Revolt of 1857 1. EURATOM was established by the (a) Treaty of Nanking (b) Treaty of London (c) Treaty of Rome (d) Treaty of Versailles 3. General Services Enlistment Act was passed in (a) 1856 (b) 1865 (c) 1586 (d) 1685 7. The Sepoys broke out into open revolt at (a) Meerut (b) Barrackpore (c) Barailley (d) Kanpur 9.4. The council of the European Union is sometimes referred to as the (a) Council of traders (b) Council of farmers (c) Council of consumers (d) Council of Ministers 4. The name of the single European currency (a) Dollar (b) Yen (c) Euro (d) Pounds 7.European Union 1. The first sign of unrest appeared at (a) Meerut (b) Barrackpore (c) Barailley (d) Kanpur 8.kalvisolai.

. The Unification of the country was brought by the British (a) Imperialism (b) Politics (c) Conquests (d) Negotiations 2. The Minto-Morley reforms introduced separate electorate for the (a) Hindus (b) Muslims (c) Sikhs (d) christians 7.Freedom Movement in India – Phase – II Gandhian Era – A. Open split in the Congress occurred in the sessions held at (a) Surat (b) Lahore (c) Tripura (d) Madras 6. Annie Besant (b) Swami Vivekanandha (c) Raja Rammohan Roy (d) Lala Hansraj 3. Sir Syed Ahamed Khan started a school at (a) Alipore (b) Allepey (c) Ghazipur (d) Kanpur 8.10. The pioneer of the reform movements was (a) Raja Rammohan Roy (b) Swami Dayanandha Saraswathi (c) Keshab Chandra Sen (d) Devendranath Tagore 2.5 of 29.D. A great socialist reformer from Kerala is (a) Sree Narayana Guru (b) Guru Prasad (c) Guru Nanak (d) Guru Sai LESSON: 11. Swami Dayanandha Saraswathi started the (a) Brahma Samaj (b) Arya Samaj (c) Prarthawa Samaj (d) Aligarh movement 4.Social and Religious Reform Movements in the 19th century 1. The hedquarters of the Rama Krishna Mission is at (a) Kanchipuram (b) Belur (c) Melur (d) Hampi 5.kalvisolai. 1919 – 1947 www. The policies of the moderates were described by the Extremist as (a) Political Mendicancy (b) Subsidiaries (c) Mandatories (d) Open door policy 5. The language of the educated Indians was____ (a) French (b) English (c) Hindi (d) Bengali 3.Freedom Movement in India – Phase – I Pre – Gandhian Era . Lord William Bentinck Passed an Act in 1829 to abolish Sati due to the efforts of (a) Mrs. Vallalar’s devotional songs are complied in a volume called (a) Devaram (b) Thiru Vasagam (c) Ettuthogai (d) Thiru Arutpa 6. Sir Syed Ahamed Khan started the (a) Aligarh Movement (b) Thosophical Society (c) Samarasa Sudha Sanmarka Sangam (d) Muslim League 7. 1885 – 1919 1. The religious and social reformers prepared the gorund for the rise of (a) Nationalism (b) Revolution (c) Mutiny (d) Rebelion 4. Annie Besant (c) Tilak (d) Bharathiar LESSON: 12. Home Rule League in Bombay was formed by (a) Nehru (b) Mrs.D. After 1857 revolt the Governor General of India was designated as (a) Viceroy of India (b) Ruler of India (c) Governor of India (d) Minister of India LESSON: 10.

Rajendra Prasad (b) Gandhiji (c) Dr. 1950 4. Kamaraj served as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for (a) 9 years (b) 8 years (c) 10 years (d) 7 years 10.Role of Tamil Nadu in the Freedom Movement 1. Kamaraj was famous for policy (a) ‘S’ plan (b) ‘L’ Plan (c) ‘K’ plan (d) ‘J’ plan www. To form the interim Government Nehru sought the help of (a) Abul Kalam Azad (c) Jinnah (c) Salimullahkhan (d) Khan Abdul Ghaffarkhan 7. 26. B. In 1940. In 1908. Ambedkhar (b) Rajendraprasad (c) Rajaji (d) Sardar Vallabhbai Patel 9.O. The first organization in the Madras Presidency to agitate for the rights of people was the (a) Indian National Congress (b) Muslim League (c) Swarajya Party (d) Madras Native Association 3. Indian soliders were instigated by the sons of (a) Hyder Ali (b) Tipu Sultan (c) Shivaji (d) Shajahan 2. C. In 1932. 26. The British Viceroy responsible for involving Indians in the Second World War was (a) Canning (b) Dalhousie (c) Linlithgow (d) Litton 6. 26. At Vedaranyam. the Salt law was broken by (a) . The Indian Constitution was formally adopted on (a) Jan. Faced with the prospectus of arrest by the British. Bharathi escaped to (a) Chennai (b) Bangalore (c) Hyderabad (d) Pondicherry 7. the British Government announced a scheme known as (a) Mid-day meals (b) open University (c) Adult education (d) Communal award 5. First President of India is (a) Dr. The Head Quarters of te Tamil Nadu Congress Committee is named as (a) Raj Bhavan (b) Rashtra pathi Bhavan (c) Sathyamurthi Bhavan (d) Vidhan Sabha 8. Radhakrishnan (d) Sathyamoorthy LESSON: 13. First and last Indian Governor General of India is (a) Lord Mount Battern (b) Nehru (c) C.kalvisolai. Rajagopalachari (d) Kamaraj 8. 1950 (c) Aug. Das and Motilal Nehru formed the ____ party (a) Khadar (b) DMK (c) Swaraj (d) Akalidal 3.6 of 29.1. Rajan (b) Bakthavachalam (c) Rajagopalachari (d) V.S. 1950 (b) Feb.C. 5. . The first President of the Madras Mahajana Sabha was (a) P. Rangaiah Naidu (b) Rajaji (c) Kamaraj (d) Bharathiar 4.R.R. The task of unifying Indian states was undertaken by (a) Dr. Gandhiji advocated a new techinique in our freedom struggle (a) Sathyagraha (b) Glasnost (c) Long march (d) Violence 2. Bharathiar organized a huge public meeting to celebrate (a) Swaraj day (b) Birth Day (c) Republic day (d) Service day 6.26. Kamaraj went to Wardha to meet (a) Nehru (b) Gandhiji (c) Tilak (d) Jinnah 9. 1950 (d) Mar.

Muthulakshmi’s good efforts the cancer institute was started at (a) Anna Nagar (b) Chenglpat (c) Kanjeepuram (d) Adayar 9. Muthulakshmi Reddy started an orphanage known as (a) Anbu Illam (b) Saraswathi Illam (c) Avvai Illam (d) Lakshmi Illam 11. Ramasamy Naicker (b) Nehru (c) Gandhiji (d) Raja Rammohan Roy 4. Jawaharlal Nehru’s five principles of peace are named as (a) Swadeshi (b) New Deal (c) Pancha Sheel (d) Apartheid 3. The most popular form of Government in modern days (a) Monarchy (b) Oligarchy (c) Democracy (d) Hirarchy . Annadurai was conferred Doctorate by (a) Anna University (b) Annamalai University (c) Manipal University (d) Bharathiar University 8. India brought a resolution in the UN General Assembly in favour of disarmament in (a) 1965 (b) 1956 (c) 1995 (d) 1976 5.N. Moovalur Ramamirdham was born in (a) 1885 (b) 1887 (c) 1889 (d) 1883 CIVICS LESSON: 1. Dr. The greatest social reformer of Tamil Nadu (a) E. Annadurai was affectionately called as (a) Chacha (b) Nethaji (c) Anna (d) Periyar 6. Annadurai (b) M. Apartheid was abolished in (a) 1990 (b) 1991 (c) 1890 (d) 1989 6. Dr. Ramachandran 7.N. India is a country with an unbounded faith in (a) War (b) Peace (c) Love (d) Enemity 2. Dharmambal started an agitation for the cause of Tamil teachers called (a) Nalla varam (b) Hindi varam (c) Tamil Varam (d) Elavu Varam 12. Karundanidhi (c) K.G.Democracy 1. South Indian Liberal Federation is otherwise known as the (a) Dravidan Party (b) Janantha Party (c) Telugu Desam (d) Justice Party 2. Vaikam is a place in (a) Tamil Nadu (b) Andra Pradesh (c) Karnataka (d) Kerala 5. Periyar transformed the Justice Party into (a) Akalidal (b) Pattali Makkal Kazhagam (c) Dravidar Kazhagam (d) Swarajaya 3.India and World Peace 1. . C.LESSON: 14 - Social Transformation in Tamil Nadu 1.kalvisolai. S. C. Due to Dr. The first Secretary General of SAARC was (a) Jinnah (b) Ashan (c) Kofi Annan (d) Gandhiji LESSON: 2.V. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam was founded by (a) C.7 of 29. Kamaraj (d) M. Pt. Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was signed in (a) 1963 (b) 1993 (c) 1936 (d) 1998 4.N. All India women conference was organized at (a) Pune (b) Bombay (c) Thane (d) Satara 10.

Recognised official languages of India (a) 25 (b) 23 (c) 22 (d) 27 3.Consumer Rights 1.kalvisolai. Election Commission is situated at (a) Madras (b) Mumbai (c) Moradabad (d) New Delhi LESSON: 3 Unity in Diversity 1. the means of (a) Transport (b) Irrigation (c) Communication (d) Spirituality 4. If two parties exist in a country. The Magnacarta of consumers www. The ancient religion of our country is (a) Vedic religion (b) Christianity (c) Islam (d) Zorastrianism 2. The body of the elected representative at the Central level is known as _____ (a) Legislature (b) Supreme Court (b) House of Common (d) Parliament 8. 2005 (b) 21st Oct. World consumer day is celebrated on (a) March 15 (b) March 16 (c) March 14 (d) March 11 5. They play an important part in fostering unity and integration (a) Music and Dance (b) Art & Architecture (c) Food and Customs (d) Dress and Habits LESSON: 4. 2005 (c) 12th Oct. The opposition party leader will be given the status of a (a) Cabinet Minister (b) Deputy Minister (c) Minister of state (d) Council of Ministers 6. 2006 4. Telugu Desam is a (a) Regional Party (b) National Party (c) International party (d) Cultural Party 4. A person one who gives final utility to a commodity is (a) Producer (b) Consumer (c) Shop Keeper (d) farmer . Language is. 2006 (d) 21st Oct. .8 of 29. The customers are exploited by the (a) Carpenters (b) Farmers (c) Tailors (d) Traders 3. Buddha Poornima is celebrated by the (a) Hindus (b) Muslims (c) Jains (d) Buddhist 6. The status of election commissioner is equivalent to that of the (a) High court Judge (b) Supreme court judge (c) District court judge (d) Magistrate 9. Direct democracy existed in ancient (a) Greece (b) Italy (c) Sardinia (d) Cyprus 3. Thembavani is related to (a) Hinduism (b) Sikhism (c) Christianity (d) Islam 5. The election porcess in the state level is supervised by (a) Chief Election Commissioner (b) Chief Electoral Officer (c) Supreme court judge (d) High court judge 10. it is called (a) Single party system (b) Bi-party system (c) Multi party system (d) Regional party system 5. To contest an election a person should be above the age of (a) 20 (b) 18 (c) 25 (d) 35 7. The Right to Information Act was passed by the parliament on (a) 12th Oct.2.

.kalvisolai. The mountains which lie parallel to the direction of the Southwest Monsoon wind is____ (a) Aravali (b) Satpura (c) Vindhya (d) Maikala Range 5. The place that gets rain from Western disturbance is ______ (a) Punjab (b) Mumbai (c) Allahabad (d) Chennai 4. Kanchanjunga (d) Dhaulagiri 5. The soil found in the Arid zone is known as______ (a) Desert soil (b) Laterite soil (c) Black Soil (d) Alluvial Soil 2.(a) WHO (b) COPRA (c) EXNORA (d) FAO 6. The local storms in the northeastern part of India during hot weather season are called _____ (a) Norwesters (b) Loo (c) Mango showers (d) Monsoon LESSON: 3 - India – Natural Resources 1. The highest peak in India (a) Mt.Agriculture 1. India experiences ______ (a) Temperate climate (b) Tropical Monsoon Climate (b) Tropical Climate (d) Cold Climate 2. The Coastal areas enjoy ______ climate (a) Continental (b) Equable (c) Humid (d) Hot 3. The source of River Ganga (a) Yamonotri (b) Siachen (c) Gangotri (d) Karakoram 6. The most centrally located meridian of India passes through ______ (a) Ahmadabad (b) Allahabad (c) Hyderabad (d) Auranghabad 4. Godwin Austin (c) Mt. Palk Strait separates India from ______ (a) Sri Lanka (b) Myanmar (c) Maldives (d) Lakshadweep 3. The Bay of Bengal is located to the ________ of India (a) West (b) South (c) South-east (d) South-west 2.Climate 1. The crop that grows in drought is _______ (a) Rice (b) Wheat (c) Jute (d) Millets 4. Cotton is a ____ (a) Food crop (b) Cash crop (c) Plantation crop (d) dry crop www. The Himalayas are known as (a) Abode of snow (b) Volcano (c) Shayadry (d) Himadri LESSON: 2 - India . Rice is grown well in the _____ (a) black soil (b) laterite soil (c) alluvial soil (d) red soil 2. Tea and Coffee crops are grown well on the ____ (a) Mountain slopes (b) Plain (c) Coastal plain (d) River Valleys . One of the planning schemes to create awarness among the consumers (a) Vana Mahotsava (b) Operation 21 (c) Trade fair (d) Rajarajan 1000 LESSON: 1 - GEOGRAPHY India – Location and Physiography 1.9 of 29. Everest (b) Mt. The Monsoon forests are otherwise called as _______ (a) Tropical Evergreen forest (b) Deciduous forest (c) Mangrove forest (d) Mountain forest 3. Which one of the following mineral is contained in the monazite sand ______ (a) Oil (b) Uranium (c) Thorium (d) Coal LESSON: 4 India .

5.10 of 29. The Costliest and most modern means of transport is ______ (a) Air Transport (b) Road Transport (c) Water Transport (d) Rail Transport LESSON: 8 - Remote Sensing 1. Manchesester of India is _____ (a) Delhi (b) Chennai (c) Mumbai (d) Kolkata 3. The device to detect the Electro Magnetic Radition is ___ (a) Target (b) Sensor (c) Object (d) camera ECONOMICS LESSON: 1 National Income www. The headquarters of Indian Railways is _______ (a) Mumbai (b) Delhi (c) Nagpur (d) Chennai 5. Contamination of air is called (a) Noise pollution (b) air pollution (c) land pollution (d) water pollution LESSON: 7 India – Trade. The Object under study is known as _____ (a) Target (b) Source (c) Sensor (d) Image 3. The staple food crops are ______ (a) rice and wheat (c) Cotton and Jute (b) coffee and tea (d) fruits and vegetables LESSON: 5 - India . The City known as Electronic Capital is ________ (a) Kanpur (b) Delhi (c) Bangalore (d) Madurai LESSON: 6 - Environmental Issues 1. Cotton textile industry is _________ (a) Mineral based (b) Agro based (c) Forest based Industry (d) Software Industry 2. Maps created by using aeril photographs are called ______ maps (a) Ortho photo (b) Aerial Photo (c) Physical (d) Political 2. Trade blocs are created to make the _____ trade easier (a) Multi Lateral (b) Bilateral (c) Unilateral (d) Local 3. Chotta Nagpur Plateau is noted for _____ (a) Natural Vegetation (b) Mineral resource (c) Alluvial Soil (d) Cotton Cultivation 5. Cost efficient and most popular mode of transport in our country is _______ (a) Airways (b) Road ways (c) Waterways (d) Railways 4.kalvisolai. The main cause for natural air pollution (a) Vehicular emission (b) Volcanic eruption (c) Thermal power plants (d) water Pollution 3. Transport and Communication 1. Tata Iron and steel industry is located at _______ (a) Durgapur (b) Bhilai (c) Jamshadpur (d) Burnpur . . Natural nutrient enrichment of streams and lakes is _____ (a) Water pollution (b) eutrophication (c) Thermal power plants (d) Air pollution 2.Industries 1. Trade carried on within the domestic territory of a country is known as ____ trade (a) External (b) Foreign (c) Internal (d) International 2.

Percapita Income is an Indicator of (a) Richness of People (b) Poverty of people (c) Living Standard of people (d) Literacy of people 10. Primary sector consists of (a) Trade (b) Construction (c) Agriculture (d) telecommunication 6.11 of 29. National Income of a country can be calculated by (a) 2 Methods (b) 3 Methods (c) 4 Methods (d) 5 Methods 3. Chairman of Planning commission of India is (a) President of India (b) Prime Minister of India (c) Finance Minister of India (d) Vice President of India 4. National Income is otherwise called (a) Real Income (b) Money Income (c) Nominal Income (d) Gross National Product 2. Five year plan in India was borrowed from (a) Soviet Russia (b) United States of America (c) United Kingdom (d) United Arab Emirates 2. Rajendra Prasad 8.8% (b) 25. Net National Product (a) GNP(-)Depreciation (b) Net domestic product (-) Depreciation (c) Percapita Income (-) Depreciation (d) Gross domestic product (-) Depreciation 4. Planning Commission of India was setup in the year (a) 1962 (b) 1950 (c) 1956 (d) 1949 5.8% (c) 58. India’s percapita Income is (a) 220 dollars (b) 950 dollars (c) 2930 dollars (d) 600 dollars 5. Primary sector Contribution to national Income in India is (a) 15.8% LESSON:2 - Indian Economy after Independence 1. Income method sums all forms of (a) Expenditure (b) Income (c) Savings (d) Investment 9. Expenditure method estimates national income from the (a) Output side (b) Income side (c) Expenditure side (d) Savings side 8. Which year has a special Significance in Indian Economy (a) 1981 (b) 1991 (c) 2001 (d) 2010 www. Nehru decided that India would be a (a) Mixed economy (b) Socialist Economy (c) Capitalist Economy (d) Money Economy . .kalvisolai. Bhoodan Movement was started by (a) Jayaprakash Narayan (b) Jawaharal Nehru (c) Acharya Vinobhabhave (d) Dr. Green Revolution was introduced in the year (a) 1967 (b) 1977 (c) 1987 (d) 1957 7. Eleventh Five Year Plan period is ______ (a) 1956-1961 (b) 1997 – 2002 (c) 2002 – 2007 (d) 2007 – 2012 3.4% (d) 12. National Income is a measure of (a) Total value of money (b) Total value of food grains (c) Total value of Industrial products (d) Total value of goods & services 7.1.

1920 LESSON: 3. Dardanelles expedition 9. Heligoland 3.S. 28th March 1914 6. b. As per 2001 census the literacy rate in India is (a) 64. d. c. 2. b. c. a. Share Market 4. Sun Yat Sen ANSWERS IMPERIALISM . 1921 3. d. Open door Policy 11. The Organization which is responsible for research and development in the area of Satellite and Communication is (a) ICAR (b) ICMR (c) ISRO (d) CSIR 10.12 of 29. Peking 10. Dogger bank 12. a. b. a. Francis Ferdinand 5. b. b. Kaiser William – ii 2.kalvisolai. March 4. a. 11. Lusitania 10. b.8% (d) 67. c. Nov. a. Herbert Hoover 3. d.A. c. Colbert 9. c. U.First World War A. a. Alsace and Lorraine 4.9.D. a. China 7. New Imperialism 4. 1600 8. a.D. Jahangir 12. 1933 5.8% LESSON: 11. 1940 LESSON: 4 1. b.8% (b) 65. Industrial Revolution 3. Railways 6. 1914 – 1918 – League of Nations 1. Benito Mussolini 2. c.World between the Wars – A.8% (c) 66. Lenin 11. Nov. d. a. Belgium 7. a. a. c. a. Stable Government Fascism in Italy www. a. 1918 . b. Paris Peace Conference 14. Central Powers 8. 1870 2. Jan. Manchu Rule 5. Dr. a. 20.Imperialism in India and China LESSON: 2. . a. 1919 – 1939 Economic Depression 1.

a. a. 6. Begum Hazarat Mahal 10. c. 1945 2.D. 1937 LESSON: 5 1. 2. San Francisco 3. Jews a. 1939 – 1945 1. ECSC 2. Arya Samaj 4. Painter a. Council of Ministers 4. b. c. Stalin LESSON: 7 The United Nations Organisation 1. a. Dictators 5.kalvisolai. Lord Canning 4. Treaty of Versailles 2. Czechoslovakia 6. 5. 4. c. b. c. c. Military revolt 2. 1856 7. Herman Van Rampay 5. Sir Winston Churchill 9. b.13 of 29. . Meerut 9. a. UNO LESSON: 9 The Great Revolt of 1857 1. European Central Bank 6. b. Treaty of Rome 3. a. Hitler 6. c. c. Saar 3. c. c. Raja Rammohan Roy 2. Russia b. b. Revenue taxes 5.4. The General Assembly 4. b. c. c. Euro 7. b. a. Weimer a. The Hague 5. Lord Bentinck 6. c. c. Rhineland c. Viceroy of India LESSON: 10 Social and Religious Reform Movements in the 19th century 1. Japan . a. Raja Rammohan Roy 3. c. 1995 LESSON: 8 European Union 1. b. a. a. America Nazism in Germany LESSON: 6 Second World War A. a. a. Lightening war 8. d. d. b. Charter of Labour 5. Barrackpore 8. c. First War of Indian Independence 3. a. Danzig 7. 3. Belur www. d.

c. b. P. 2.14 of 29. Anna 6. January 26. d. . Rajagopalachari d. Sardar Vallabhabai Patel a. Adayar 9.kalvisolai. 3. Elavu varam www.V. Tipu Sultan 2. Muslims c. a. 5. Swaraj day 6. 1950 d. . b. Sathyamurthi Bhavan 8. 4. 6. d.Ramasamy Naicker 4. d. Swaraj a. a. C. C. 7. Avvai illam 11. Communal award c. 9. Political Mendicancy a. 7. Nationalism a. English a. 1885 . Sathyagraha c. 1919 – 1947 1. c. E. Annadurai 7. Annamalai University 8. 9 years 10.D. c. d. Rajagopalachari 5. Kerala 5. 3. c. c. Thiru Arutpa Aligarh Movement Ghazipur Sree Narayana Guru LESSON: 11 Freedom Movement in India – Phase – I Pre – Gandhian Era A. 6. Madras Native Association 3. 2. 8. d. Linlithgow b.N. 8. Jinnah c. Dravidar Kazhagam 3. 7. b. Rajendra Prasad LESSON: 13 Role of Tamil Nadu in the Freedom Movement 1. a. a.D.1919 1. 5. Surat b. c. Gandhiji 9. d. Pondicherry 7. D. a. 4. a.5. Pune 10. Rangaiah Naidu 4. Dr. 6. a. Justice Party 2. Imperialism b. Tilak LESSON: 12 Freedom Movement in India – Phase – II Gandhian Era – A. c. ‘K’ plan LESSON: 14 Social Transformation in Tamil Nadu 1. a. a.

2005 a. 6. 3. Trade fair LESSON: 1 c. 3. a. New Delhi LESSON: 3 1. Desert soil GEOGRAPHY India – Location and Physiography Consumer Rights Unity in Diversity Democracy CIVICS India and World Peace 1. 6. b. 4. b.12. Godwin Austin c. Greece 3. 3. Bi-party system 5. COPRA c. Traders a. 5. Pancha Sheel a. Peace c. 2. Christianity d. c. 6. b. Regional Party 4. Democracy 2. 1. 5. Punjab a. 1990 b. Tropical Monsoon Climate b. 5. 25 7. Abode of snow LESSON: 2 b. Norwesters LESSON: 3 a. Allahabad b. 3. 2.kalvisolai. . Gangotri a.15 of 29. Mt. Aravali a. Cabinet Minister 6. Equable a. - India . 1. 4. . Chief Electoral officer 10. 2. d. a. 4. 1956 a. March 15 b. 3.Climate India – Natural Resources www. a. d. 12th Oct. 1. 2. South – east a. 4. d. 5. b. 1883 LESSON: 1 1. Consumer d. 4. c. Buddhist a. a. 22 c. Vedic Religion c. Music and Dance LESSON: 4 b. Ashan LESSON: 2 1. Sri Lanka b. 1963 b. Communication c. 2. Supreme court Judge 9. 5. Parliament 8.

d. Soviet Russia 2. b. Jamshadpur b.kalvisolai. b. b. air pollution LESSON: 7 India – Trade. b. 950 dollars 5. 5. Alluvial soil a. Millets b. Prime Minister of India 4. a. Income 9. b. b. Expenditure side 8. Ortho photo 2. Deciduous forest 3. Transport and Communication 1. 3 methods 3. b. c. c. Target 3. Mountain Slopes d.16 of 29. b. Gross National Product 2. a. a.2. b. Agriculture . c. b. Mineral resource c. d. 2. a. Sensor ECONOMICS LESSON: 1 National Income 1. 1991 9. ISRO www. 1. b. Volcaninic eruption 3. Bangalore India – Industries India – Agriculture LESSON: 6 Environmental Issues 1. a. a. Living Standard of People 10.8% LESSON:2 Indian Economy after Independence 1. c. eutrophication 2. GNP (-) Depreciation 4. 2007 – 2012 3. . Interal 2. Delhi 5. Mumbai c. 3. Acharya Vinobhabhave 8. Mixed Economy 6. Cash crop a. Air Transport LESSON: 8 Remote Sensing 1. c. Roadways 4. c. b. d. c. a. 5. Rice and wheat LESSON: 5 a. Multi Lateral 3. 1967 7. 2. 15. Agrobased c. 4. 4. Total value of goods & services 7. Uranium LESSON: 4 1. 1950 5. 3. a. b. b. a.

Lloyd George 4.10. Treaty of Trianon 3. Duce 2. March on Rome 5. Treaty of Neuilly 4. Economic Depression 4. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 3. Gestapo www.8 % SOCIAL SCIENCE MATCH THE CORRECT ANSWER ACTIVITY FOR THE STUDENTS: HISTORY LESSON: 1 1. Brown shirts 1925 . Fuhrer 3. International Colony Asia China England Eng of French Influence in India France Imperialism Africa Britain France Germany Austria Russia America Italy Rumania Turkey Italy Hungary Austria Germany Bulgaria Banks and industries Loans License to stock exchange Compensation to formers Speculation on borrowed money Early 1930’s Secret Police of Mussolini 1922 1924 Mussolini Mussolini’s followers Slogan of Mussolini 1939 Nazi Emblem My struggle Leader Chancellor LESSON: 2 (A) 1. . Protectorate 3. Swastika 4. The Carnatic wars 2. Federal Reserve Bank 5. a. Woodrow Wilson 5. Treaty of Germaine LESSON: 3 1. Racial Discrimination 4. The Security Exchange Act LESSON: 4 1. Black Shirts 3. Ovra 4. 64. Island of Hong Kong 5. Orlando 3. Clemenceau 2. Treaty of Serveres 5.17 of 29. Kaiser William – II (B) 1.kalvisolai. Share market collapse 2. Albania LESSON: 5 1. Treaty of Versailles 2.

Nana Saheb 4. Queen Victoria’s Proclamation - Mughal Emperor Colin Campbell Jhansi Magnacarta 1856 1854 1857 Swami Dayanandha Saraswathi Ramakrishna Mission Mrs. Mein Kampf - Followers of Hitler Governor Hitler’s Secret Police Germany Theodore Roosevelt England China Russia F. Martin Luther of Hinduism 3.18 of 29. Lucknow 5. Bahadur Shah II 3.kalvisolai. Rani Lakshmi Bai (B) 1. Atlantic Charter LESSON: 7 1.5. Roosevelt German Submarines Negative vote 1963 1969 Head quarters of the UNO Mr. New India 4.D. Annie Besant Ramalinga Adigal LESSON: 10 1. CTBT LESSON: 8 1. Rani Lakshmi Bai 2. Mangal Pandey 2. NTBT 5. Photo Voltoic Lighting System www. Begum Hazarat Mahal 5. Banki Moon French foreign Minister Court of Auditors 2002 Court of Justice French politician 1967 2007 Cawnpore Lucknow Central India Arrah Barrackpore Oudh Delhi LESSON: 6 1. . ‘U’ Boats 3. Veto 3. Present Secretary General of UNO . EURO 3. Scorched Earth Policy 2. Robert Schuman 4. EU budgets LESSON: 9 (A) 1. Jean Monnet 5. Merger Treaty 2. Herald of New Age 2. Kofi Annan 1996 Mr. Bahadur Shah II 3. New York 2. Luftwaffe 4. Royal Air Force 5. The Great Revolt 4.

Muthu Lakshmi Reddy English News paper LESSSON: 12 (A) 1. Vallalar LESSON: 11 1. Chanakya 3. Sathya murthi 5. Communal Award 5. Vaikam Hero 3.R. Swadeshi Exhibition 2.R. Annie Besant Young India Bipin Chandra Pal Dutch territories Drafting Committee First Governor General of free India Bismarck of India Portuguess Possession French Possession British Territories Uttar Pradesh Swarajya Party Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan Lala Lajpat Rai Ramsay Mac Donald Bhagat Singh Muslim League Sepoy Mutiny Kamaraj Poondi Reservoir Vellore Mutiny Rajaji Periyar E. Western Ghats in Karnataka 4. Swadeshi 4. Dr. Justice 2. Subramania Bharathi 3. pilgrim centre 2. Lava Plateau 5. Pondicherry 3. . Fateh Hyder LESSON: 14 1. B. Devadasi system 4.Ramasamy Periyar Dr. Iswar Chandra Vidhya Sagar 2. Sardar Vallabhbai Patel 2. S. Lion of Punjab 4. Nair Sathyamoorthy Dr. Dharmambal Raja Rammohan Roy Patriotic writer ‘Of one’s own country Bala Gangadhar Tilak Religious and Social Reformer Mrs. New India 5. Chauri Chaura 3.M.V.kalvisolai. Veera Tamilannai 5. Kesari - Dr. Goa 4.5.19 of 29. King maker 4. Largest lake in Kerala Shayadri Vembanad Deccan Kedarnath Marshy Land www.Dharmambal Moovalur Ramamirtham T.V. Terai Plain 3. Motilal Nehru 2. Lord Mount Batten (B) . Justice Party GEOGRAPHY LESSON: 1 1. Frontier Gandhi LESSON: 13 1. Madras Mahajana Sabha E. Ambedkar 5.

Highest rainfall place - Chilca Lake Malwa December to February October to November Northern and Northwestern part of India Local storms in northeast India June to September Mawsynram in Cherrapunji Total involvement of local people Petroleum Cotton Cultivation A type of coal Sundarban Sun LESSON:3 1.kalvisolai. Sugarcane 3. Hot air balloon 4. Airplanes 5.20 of . Rubber 5. Burst of Monsoon 2. Remote Sensing 3. Water conservation activities 4. Jute - West Bengal Kerala Uttarpradesh Punjab Himachal Pradesh Tamil Nadu Karnataka Jamshedpur Karnataka Mumbai West Bengal Chotta Nagpur region Bangalore Uttar Pradesh and Bihar Delhi Mumbai Chennai (village) Panchayat Municipalities Corporations Hyderabad USA Many Months systematic aerial images French Map Makers Short span of time Geographical Information System Global Positioning System LESSON: 5 1. Tata Iron and Steel Industry 5. Northern Railways - LESSON: 8 1. Sugar bowl of India LESSON: 7 1. District Roads 3. Non renewable resources LESSON: 4 1. Cotton Industry 3. Apple 4. Mangrove forest 4. Renewable resources 5. Central Railways 4. Software Industry 4. Soutern Railways 5. Black soil 2.LESSON:2 1. Norwesters 3. Lignite 3. Jute Industry 2. . Ground Survey 2. The North East Monsoon Season 5. TIROS www. Village Roads 2. Wheat 2.

YEAR 1885 1905 1906 1907 1909 1911 1914 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1922 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1935 1939 1940 1942 1946 1947 1948 1950 SL. 10. First Round Table Conference Gandhi – Irwin pact. 37. 11. Non co-operation Movement Chauri Chaura Incident. 6. 7. 27. 8. Lucknow Pact August Declaration End of the first World War Montague – Chelmsford Reforms. 30. 26.SL. . Swadeshi Movement Birth of Muslim League Surat Spilit Minto – Morley Reforms Cancellation of Bengal Partition Outbreak of First World War Home Rule Movement. 4. 9. 18. Suspension of Non co-operation Movement Formation of Simon Commission Arrival of Simon Commission Lahore Congress Salt Satyagraha. 33. Rowlatt Act.21 of 29. Ponna pact. 32. Second Round Table Conference Communal Award. 38. Third Round Table Conference Government of India Act Beginning of Second World War Demand for . 29. 34. August offer Arrival of Cripp’s Mission. 24. 15. 25. 19. 20. 22. Jalian Walabagh Massacre Khilafat Movement. NO 1. 35. 2. 21. 14. 5. 36. 31. 3. 39. NO 28. India Independence Act Assassination of Gandhi Indian Constitution came into force – India became Republic CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS FIRST WORLD WAR EVENT Unification of Germany Congress of Berlin gave right to Austria – Hungary to govern Bosnia and Herzegovina Triple alliance Hague Conference Triple Entente Hegue Conference Austria annexed Bosnia Balkan countries declared war on Turkey Balkan countries declared war on Bulgaria Assasination of Austrian crown prince Francis Ferdinand and his wife Isabella Austria declared war on Serbia First World War began www. Quit India Movement Arrival of Cabinet Mission Mountbatten Plan.kalvisolai. 12. 16. 17. YEAR 1870 1878 1882 1882 1907 1907 1908 1912 1913 1914 1914 1914 SOCIAL SCIENCE TIME LINE CHART EVENT Birth of Indian National Congress Partition of Bengal. 13. 23.

47. 76. 1945 1945 1953 1956 1963 1992 1995 1995 1996 77. 1915 1916 1917 1917 1917 1918 1918 1918 1919 1919 1919 1919 1919 1920 1926 1931 1934 The League of Nations Society Rumania joined the allies. . 58. 74. 61. 71. 49. 53. 80. 45. 42. 51. 70. 60. 1937 1938 1939 1939 – 1941 1940 1941 1941 1941 1941 1944 1945 68. 79. 52. 59. 72. Germaine with Austria Treaty of Trianon with Hungary Treaty of Severes with Turkey The League of Nations Germany was admitted as a member of the League of Nations Japan captured Manchuria Soviet Russia was admitted as a member of the League of Nations SECOND WORLD WAR Hitler signed the Rome – Berlin – Tokyo Axis Hitler threatened Czechoslovakia World War II officially began Soviet Aggression The Battle of Britain Operation Barbaressa Hitler invaded Russia Atlantic Charter Attack of Japan on Pearl Harbour American & British forces landed in Normandy Atom bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki THE UNO The United Nations Organization established San Francisco conference Mrs. 50.40. 65.22 of 29. 73. 44. 64.kalvisolai. 63. . 78. 41. 66. 55. 48. 69. 56. battle of Jutland Woodrow Wilson declared war on Germany October Revolution in Russia The World League of Peace Russia made peace with Central Powers at Breast – Litovsk Kaiser William II of Germany abdicated and fled to Holland The League of free nations Association Paris Preace Conference Treaty of Versailles with Germany Treaty of St. Vijayalakshmi Pandit was elected as the President of the General Assembly Suez Canal Crisis NTBT ( Nuclear Test Ban Treaty) UN Conference on environment and Development 50th Anniversary of United Nations UN flag carried to outer space CTBT (Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty) EUROPEAN UNION ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community) EU (European Union) Euro Currency was introduced Herman Van Rampay assumed office of the council of EU 57. 67. 54. 62. 46. 1951 1967 2002 2009 www. 43.

100. 119. 109.kalvisolai. 94. 89. 96. 113. 83. 93. . 99. 86. 115. 92. 98. 110. 1920 1920 1922 1923 1925 1927 1927 1929 1930 1930 1930 1930 1931 1931 1932 1932 1932 1935 1937 1938 1939 1939 1940 1940 1940 1942 1942 1942 1943 1945 1946 1947 1947 1947 1948 FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN INDIAN – PHASE – II B. 114. 87. 112. 116. 103. 117. 118. 106. 84. 1856 1857 1858 1858 1858 1858 1947 THE GREAT REVOLT OF 1857 General Services Enlistment Act First War of Indian Independence Lucknow was recaptured by Sir Colin Campbell Kunwar Singh died Magna Carta Queen Victoria’s proclamation India won freedom 88. 120. 90. . 101.81. 102.G. 85. 107. 108. 121. 105. 122. Tilak died Non – Co operation movement The Chauri Chaura incident Formation of Swarajya Party Dissolution of Swarjya Party Simon Commission Subash Chandra Bose joined the Indian National Congress The Lahore Congress Civil Disobedience movement Salt Satyagraha Dandi March The First Round Table Conference Gandhi – Irwin Pact The Second Round Table Conference Communcal Award Poona Pact The Third Round Table Conference The Government of India Act of 1935 Provincial Elections Netaji was elected as President of the Indian Natinal Congress The Second World War Forward Bloc Party started Demand for Pakistan Two Nation Theory The Auguest Offer Cripp’s Mission Quit India Movement Netaji went to Burma Netaji went to Singapore Japan Surrendered The Cabinet Mission The Mount Batten Plan June 3rd Plan The Indian Independence Act Assassination of Mahatma Gandhi www. 111. 82. 104.23 of 29. 97. 95.

Why were the European Nations forced to acquire new colonies? d. What was the “White man’s burden”? c. 1911 Bharathi Passed away 137. Chidambaram Pillai was born 127. 1939 S. 1904 Editor of Swadeshimithran 133. 1937 C. When was Queen Victoria’s Proclamation issued? 3. Served as Assistant 132. Name the Chinese Empress. Rajagopalachari was born 128. Name the policy of Lord Dalhousie. c. What promoted the spirit of Nationalism? 2.kalvisolai. How was she known as? d.1 1. 1972 Rajaji passed away SOCIAL SCIENCE HEADING QUESTIONS (HISTORY) ACTIVITY FOR THE STUDENTS: LESSON: . Battle of Plassey and Buxar: a. 1925 Subramaniya Siva died 138. Who introduced the Subsidiary Alliance? c. What did the Boxers do? www. Who formulated open door policy? 4. 1943 Satyamurthi passed away 141. 1896 Golden jubilee celebration of Madras Mahajana Sabha Bharathi worked as Tamil Teacher at madurai. Who was the Nawab of Bengal in 1757? b. 1907 Surat Session of Congress 136.O. 1882 Subramanya Bharathi was born 129. 1905 Partition of Bengal 134. What led to the out break of Boxer – Rebellion? d. Causes for the rise of imperialism: a. 1878 C. What were the goods sold by the Chinese to the British? c. 1872 V. 1906 Calcutta Session of Congress 135. . Rajagopalachari became the Chief Minister of Madras Presidency 139. 1895 Lord Elgin the Viceroy of India Visited Madras 131. What was the result of the Sino – Japanese war? b. 1950 India became Republic ROLE OF TAMIL NADU IN FREEDOM MOVEMENT 124. 1955 Award of Bharat Ratna to Rajaji 142. 1852 Madras Native Association established 126. 1959 Formation of Swandra Party 143. Name the Island ceded by China to Japan. Why was the trade restricted to the city of Canton and Macao? . d. Imperialism in China: a. What became the fashion of the later part of the 19th Century? b. 1806 Vellore Mutiny 125. Boxer Rebellion: a. Satyamurthi became the Mayor of Madras 140.123.24 of 29. 1884 Merger of Madras native Association with Madras Mahajana Sabha 130.

What were used in the war? 5. 2. Mention the ideas accepted by the Americans as part of there life? d.25 of 29. Give the duration of the First World War. b. What was his election manifesto? d. Where was monarchy abolished? d. Who were called the Allies? d. Effects of Relief Measures: a. What did it lay? c. When was the Presidential election held? b. What did he believe? c. Ambition of Germany: a. Name the Balkan Countries.2 1. Why did Britain want to capture Gallipoli Peninsula? d. Balkan Problem: a. Roosevelt: a.LESSON: .3 1. What happened to him? d. What was the results of Dardanelles expedition? 6. Who were called the central powers? c. War in the Near East Front: a. . Why was it consider a terrible blow? c. Franklin D. Roosevelt commonly known as? c. How was Franklin D. What was the result of the Second Balkan war? 3. b. Who was the founder of Fascist party? www. Where was the League of Nations headquarters situated? c. What has become synonymous throughout the world? Lesson: . Fasicist Party: a. Who was the ruler of Germany during First World War? b.kalvisolai. How should the Member Nations solve the problems? d. Who was the Austrian crown prince? c. When did Japan capture Manchuria? LESSON: . 7.4 1. How were the terms of the treaties drafted? b. What did Austria do? 4. Course of the War: a. When did Austria anex Bosnia and Herzegovina? b. Immediate cause: a. How did the First Balkan war come to an end? c. Name the New Republics. When did Turkey enter the war? b. Where did he station a fleet? 2. What could not be tolerated by him? d. Why did the other Balkan Countries declare war on Bulgaria? d. b. Results of the War: a. League of Nations: a. What did it restore? b. What did Germany surrender to France? . Name the policy formulated by him. Name the organisations which were found before the League of Nations.

Adolf Hitler: a. Name the two super powers that emerged after the Second World War. b. Italy and Germany. Mention some of the ideologies that emerged after the First World War. Who occupied Japan? b.5 1. Aggressive Foreign Policy of Mussolini: a. End of the war: a. What did he demand from Poland? d. . Causes of the Second World War: a. Achievements of Fascism: . Where was Adolf Hitler born? b. What was the policy followed by the statesmen of the major world powers? d. When did America drop bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? 4. Results of the war: a. What were the measures taken by Mussolini in the agricultural field? d.b. d. 2. What did Hitler do? d. With whom did they join? c. Name the treaty signed by Japan. b. What did he order? d. Hitler’s Aggressive policy: a. When did he declare war on Poland? LESSON: . c. What was the wish of Hitler? c. Operation Barbaressa: a. What did he organize? d. When was Latern Treaty signed? 3. What did Hitler preach? 2. How did he violate the Locarno Treaty of 1925? c. When did he Capture Albania? c. c. Why did Hitler Conquer territories? b. What was Mussolini’s slogan before the Nation? b. Why was UNO set up? www. d. Mention the year of operation Barbaressa. c. What did Mussolini bring in the Industrial field? b. What was the end of Mussolini? LESSON: .6 1. Name the island bombarded by the Allied Forces. What was the motto of Fascism? 2. What was his father? c.kalvisolai. Give the slogans of Mussolini. Where did a big American and British force land? b. What were the aims of Fascism? d. What do you know about the “Charter of Labour”? c. Name the book written by Hitler. When did the Axis countries bring the Balkans under their control? 3.26 of 29. Mention some of the countries which got independence after the war.

Arya Samaj: a. Where was the UN Conference on Environment and Development held? c. How many members are there in the EU at present? d. Where is the seat of the court of Justice? d. . What did the Samaj advocate? 3. Name the major organs of the UNO. What is the symbol of the Euro? b. What is the function of the Trusteeship Council? d. What were the languages learnt by Raja Rammohan Roy? c. What is the function of the court of Justice? c. Achievements of EU: a.7 1. Revolt at Central India: a. Organs of the EU: a. What did Brahmo Samaj believe? 2. Who founded Brahmo Samaj? b. Who allocates funds to European research projects? LESSON: 9 1. Major achievments of the UNO: a. Name the police introduced by Lord Dalhousie? c. Revolt at Cownpore: a. Who led the revolt at Central India? b. What was his motto? d. Name the books written by Raja Rammohan Roy? d.kalvisolai. Who was elected as the president of the UN General Assembly in 1953? c. Why did Nana Shep develop a grudge against the British? 2. b. How did UNO tackle Suez Canal crisis? LESSON:. Political causes for the Revolt of 1857: a.27 of 29. Who was his guru? c.10 1. What was her end? d. What was adopted by all the countries? d. Which is the Legislative body of the EU? b. Who introduced Subsidiary Alliance? b. When was Cawnpore brought under British control? 3. Name the treaties signed by the UNO b. What did Tantia Tope do? LESSON:.8 1. What was the order issued by the British against the Mughal emperor? . What happened to the English? c. Who defeated Nana Saheb? d. The Theosophical Society: www. Who joined the rebels at Cawnpore and with whom? b. What was the original name of Swami Dayanandha Saraswathi? b. What did the Euro Eliminate? c. Who is responsible for the foreign exchange operation? 2. How is the Secretary General of the UNO appointed? 2.LESSON:. Name the place captured by Rani Lakshmi Bai c. Organs of the UNO: a. Brahmo Samaj: a.

Why was the committee set up? www. Why did he lead the Mahad March near Bombay? LESSON: 11 1. 6. Name the first religious movements of the Muslims. Factors leading to the rise of National Movement: a. When and where was the parliament of Religious held? d. What was his greatest achievement? d. Extremists: a. Who was the first Law Minister of India? c. Simon Comission: a. The August Offer: a. What was the desire of the militant nationalists? 4. Where was the first session of the congress held? Who was the Chairperson? d. . B. Who was the President of this Society in 1893? d. b. Name some of the leaders who attended the first session of the Congress. Who is the messiah of dalits and downtrodden? b. How did the British consider the Indians? 2. Ambedhkar: a.12 1. Who represented the Hindu religion at the parliament of religions? 5. Ramakrishna Mission: a. The Indian National Congress: a.kalvisolai. Why was it an insult to the Indians? c. What did Rabindranath Tagore do? LESSON:. Name the newspaper published by him. What did Tilak declare? c. On whose advice was it founded? c. Where is the headquarters of this society located? 4.a. Aligarh Movement: a. Name the Indian leader who died during the Simon Commission agitation. How was Simon Commission greeted? d. When was the Indian National Congress founded? b. Where did the people gather? c. 2. What was the policy of the British? d. Name the extremists leaders. How did the national leaders inspire the people? b.28 of . When was the Vernacular Press Act passed? c. What did Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Strongly believe? c. Why was it founded? c. Who was the British Military commander of Amirtsar? d. Who were the prominent leaders arrested? b. b. Why was Simon Commission appointed? b. What was promised for India after Second World War? c. Dr. How was he honoured by the Government of India? d. Jallian Wala Bagh Tragedy: a. Who was the founder of the Theosophical Society? b. Name the festivals revived by Tilak d. When was the August offer announced? b. Who was Ramakrishna Paramahamsa? b. 3.R. Who founded the Ramakrishna mission? c.

The Justice Party: a. 1.T. MR. Rajagopalachariyar: a. K. ANANDHAN... Ed. What was the reaction of the Congress and Muslim League? LESSON: 13 1. Write any two achievements of the Justice Party.kalvisolai. Phil.. Lic. . M. Where was he kept in prison in 1930? c. M. IN ECONOMICS www. When and where was he born? b. . IN HISTORY.9894195015 B. PRAKASH. Sc. . M.9943639878 B. R.T.. When did the Justice Party come to power? c. MR. Who established the Justice Party? b. B. Self Respect Movement: a. IN HISTORY.A. 3. VASANTHA RAJA.. What did he introduc during his second term? d. K. When did he die? LESSON:.T. When was it defeated? d.M.. C. Why did he start? c. Kamaraj: a. Phil. Ed. Why was he often referred as “Chanakya”? 2. Who became the Governor General of India in 1947? b.T.D. Who was the last British Governor General? c. When was it started? d. Who would be appointed in the war council of the Viceroy? 3.14 1. Where did he hoist the Indian National Flag in 1947? d.. IN GEOGRAPHY 4.. What was Mount Battern Plan? d. B.d. M. How did he enter into politics? b.. Name the laws passed by the Government due to the constant struggle of Self-Respect Movement.9750771444 HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT.29 of 29. M. MR. COMPILED BY. M. . M. ..A. Why did he resign his Chief Ministership in 1939? c. M.A. MARIMUTHU. H. M. 2. Who started the Self Respect Movement? b. .9790632732 B.C.9750774183. R.. The Mount battern Plan: a. MR. 2. Ed.

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