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Social Science Assignment 2015

Ex-1 MCQS
1.

In which year did Babur invade India?


A.
1516 A.D. B. 1526 A.D.
C. 1536 A.D.
D. 1606 A.D.
2.
Who is the founder of the Mughal Dynasty in India?
A. Akbar
B. Humayun
c. Babur
D. Bairam Khan
3.
Who ascended the throne of Delhi after the death of Babur?
A. Humayun
B. Shershah
C. Kamran

D. Akbar

4. Who was born at the palace of the king of Amarkot?


A. Rana Udaysinh B. Akbar C. Rana Ratansinh D. Humayun
5. Which of the following is not a ruler of the Mughal Dynasty?
A. Aurangzeb B. Jahangir C.Humayun D. Sher Shah
6. Whom did Akbar defeat under the guidance of Bairam Khan?
A. Sher Shah B. Bahadur Shah C. Ibrahim Lodi

D. Hemu

7. Which title did Prince Salim adopt when he ascended the throne after the Akbar?
A. Jahangir B. Shahjahan C. Humayun D. Aurangzeb
8. The rulers of which Rajput Dynasty fought many battles with Akbar?
A. Sisodiya B. Vaghela C. Kantharia D. Solanki
9. Which tax was not levied during the reign of Akbar?
A. Octroi B. Pilgrim C. Mandal D. Land Revenue
10. Which of the following book was written by Abul Fazl?
A. Humayunama B. Baburnama C. Akbarnama D. Jahangirnama
11. Which of the following ruler set up a mint house and minted uniform silver coins?
A. Humayun B. Akbar C. Sher shah D. Babur
12. Where did historic battle between the armies of Akbar and Rana Pratap take place?
A. Haldighati B. Khaiberghat C.Bolanghat D. Panipat
13. Where did Akbar build the Prayer hall (Ibadatkhana)?

A. Agra B. Fatehpur Sikri C. Bijapur D. Delhi


14. Which state produces maximum bajri?
A. Gujarat B. Maharashtra C. Rajasthan D. Punjab
15. Where is the crop of tea grown?
A. Sloping land B. Soil in which water is filled
C. Sandy Land D. Black soil
16. In which of the following states jower grown?
A. Assam B. Maharashtra C. Punjab D. Haryana
17. In which of the following states bajri grown?
A. Gujarat B. Tamil Nadu C. Kerela D. Karnataka
18. In which of the following states corn grown?
A. Jammu Kashmir B. Punjab C. Haryana D. Madhya Pradesh
19. Which state in India produces maximum groundnut?
A. Maharashtra B. Andhra Pradesh C. Gujarat D. Madhya Pradesh
20. Which state in India produces plenty of wheat?
A. Punjab B. Maharashtra C. Bihar D. Gujarat
21. What percentage of the cultivated land in India is irrigated?
A. 15 B. 18 C. 22 D. 30
22. Which agriculture is dependent on monsoon only?
A. Normal B. Kharif C. Ravi D. Dry
23. In which country of the world is maximum sugar cane produced?
A. USA B. China C. India D. Russia
24. Which state in India is first in the production of cotton ?
A. Haryana B. Gujarat C. Punjab D. Rajasthan
25. Which crop is the most important crop of India?
A. Jower B. Jute C. Bajri D. Paddy

26. In which state of India is maximum tea produced?


A. Tamil Nadu B. Assam C. Himachal Pradesh D. West Bengal
27. In which state of India is maximum coffee produced?
A. Karnataka B. Madhya Pradesh C. Assam D. Uttar Pradesh
28. Which of the following things is made in small scale industry?
A. Iron-steel B. Steamer C. Vessels D. Cement
29. In which state of India is maximum sugar industry developed?
A. Maharashtra B. Gujarat C. Karnataka D. Andhra Pradesh
30. At which of the following places in Gujarat are the factories of chemical fertilizers situated?
A. Rajkot B. Bhuj C. Patan D. Kalol
31. At which of the following places in India are the factories of chemical fertilizers situated?
A. Kolkata B. Chennai C. Sindari D. Bengaluru
32. What is made in cottage industries?
A. Bus B. Cement C. Papad D. Sugar
33. Which is the main centre for woollen industry?
A. Jamnagar B. Ludhiana C. Maharashtra D. Uttar Pradesh
34. At which of the following places is paper used for newspaper made?
A. Hosangabad B. Nepanagar C. Aurangabad D. Baroda
35. Where is the refinery that purifies mineral oil, situated in Gujarat?
A. Kalol B. Baroda C. Kandla D. Baruch
36. In which country is the biggest roadweb situated in the world?
A. Japan B. Pakistan C. Sri Lanka D. India
37. Which is the longest Highway in India?
A. Highway No.5 B. Highway No.6 C. Highway No.21

D. Highway No.7

38. Which is the shortest highway in India?


A. Highway No.21 B. Highway No.25 C. Highway No.35 D. Highway No.10

39. What is the written on the milestone of the National Highway?


A. (D.M.R.) B. (S.H.) C. (N.H.) D. Nothing
40. At which of the following places is the ropeway situated in Gujarat?
A. Ramgadh B. Pavagadh C. Junagadh D. Songadh
Ex-2 Fill in the Blanks:
Q:2 Blanks
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Babur attacked Delhi in 1526 A.D.


Babur was the founder of the Mughal dynasty in India.
Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodi in the (First) Battle of panipat.
Babur defeated the brave ruler of Chittor Rana Sanga at Kanva.
Humayun ascended on the throne of Delhi after Babur.
Humayun had to struggle constantly against his brother Kamran.
Akbar was born at the palace of the king of Amarkot.
Sher shah is the well known as a reformer in history.
Bairam khan was a faithful minister of Humayun.

10.Bairam khan was guardian of Akbar and took care of administration on his behalf.
11.Hemu, the leader of sikandar suri set up his rule in Delhi when Akbar was in Punjab.
12.Akbar defeated Hemu in the second Battle of
khan.

Panipat under the guidance of Bairam

13.Akbar won Chittor and Ranthambhore in the battle with Ranapratap.


14.Prince salim adopted the tittle Jahangir and ascended the throne after akbar.
15.Akbar maintained cordials relations and won confidence of the Rajput rulers.
16.Subedari system was implemented during the Mughal period.
17.Akbar was the most liberal and benevolent ruler among the Mughal rulers.
18.Akbar regularly attended the religious meet in the Prayer Hall at Fatehpur Sikri on every
Friday.
19.Sher Shah prepared the revenue system with the help of Todarmal.
20.Among the many battles fought between Mewar and Delhi the battle of haldighati is
considered to be the most important battle.
21.the name of maharana prataps horse was chetak.

22.bhamashah gave financial help to Maharana Pratap.


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In india, about 70 percenage of people is associated with agriculture.


Arid regions are suitable for the jowar and bajri crops.
50% of the edible oil of india is extracted only from groundnut.
In the dry farming wheat crop grows well.
To make khakhara at home is called cottage industry.
Cotton crop is required to make cotton cloth.
The woolen industry has developed mainly in Ludhiana state of india.
Limestone (mineral) is required for cement industry.
Paper used in newspaper is made in nepanagar in Madhya Pradesh.

10.The small nails or huge machinery and their spare

parts are made from Iron-steel.

11.The chemical fertilizer Industry is dependent on petrochemicals.


12.The longest national highway of india connects from Varanasi to kanyakumari.
13.The shortest national highway of india connects from

Kolkata to bongaun.

14.Airport are constructed for the landing and taking off for aeroplanes.
15.`Indian airlinesprovides the service for the domestic travel in india.
16.`Air India provides the service for international travel in india.
17.Water way is more inexpensive and easier than any other ways.
18.In mountaineous region ropeways is used for transportation.
19.Ropeway is constructed in rajgiri in bihar.
l-10
1.The property that everyone can use is called public property.
2. It is our responsibility to use the property properly as that belongs to all of us.
3. Those things in our house are regarded as personal property.
4. The trees planted on road are public property.
5. It is a crime to damage public property.
6. The memorials in our country are our pride.
7. Our money is used in building public memorials.
8. Persevering public property and environment is everyone responsiblity.

9. The government property is our property.


Ex-3 True Or False:
1.Babur died on the battlefield in 1530 A.D. False
2.Babur ascended the throne after Humayun. False
3.Sher Shah had defeated Humayun twice.True
4.Akbar was only thirteen years old when his father Humayun passed away.True
5.Prince Salim adopted the title Jahangir. True
6.Akbar developed friendly relations with Maharana Pratap. False
7.Akbar organized religious meet in the Prayer Hall on every Tuesday. False
8.Akbar followed the revenue collection method of Sher Shah.True
9.India is an Industrial Country. False
10.The agriculture which is dependent only on rain is called dry farming.False
11.Jute plant is putrefied in water. False
12.Bajri is the staple diet of most of the Indians. False
13.Cement is used to construct houses and dams. True
14.The currency note paper is made in nepanagar. False
15.Mineral oil is extracted from the interior of the earth. True
16.The chemical fertilizers are used in industries. False
17.Transportation improves the emotional integrity of our country. True
Ex-3 Match:
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1.Red Fort
2.Founder of the Mughal Dynasty
3.Born at the palace of the Rana of Amarkot 4.Afghan Sardar
5.A jewel in Akbars court
6.Developed new land revenue system
7.Guardian Of Akbar
8.Brave ruler of Mewar
9.Cotton Cloth
10.Jute Cloth
11.Iron-steel Industry
12.Newspapers paper
13.The currency note paper
14.Chemical Fertilizers
15.Refinery of mineral oil
16.Woollen cloth industry
Ex-4 Answer in sentence:

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Delhi
Babur
Akbar
Sher Shah
Birbal
Todarmal
Bairam Khan
Rana Pratap
Ahmedabad
Kolkata
Bokaro
Nepanagar
Devas
Sindari
Koyali
(Baroda)
Ludhiana

Q1. Between which two rulers did the (first) battle of Panipat take place? What was the
outcome?
Ans. The Battle of Panipat took place between Ibrahim Lodi and Babur in 1526 A.D. Lodi was
defeated, so the Sultanate age came to an end and the Mughal rule was established.
Q2. Between which two rulers did the battle of Kanva take place? What was the outcome?
Ans. The battle of Kanva took place between Babur and Ranasanga in 1527 A.D.
Q3. Against whom Humayun had to struggle constantly?
Ans. Humayun had to struggle constantly against his brother Kamran and Afghans.
Q4. Between which two rulers did the (second) battle of Panipat take place? What was the
outcome?
Ans. The battle of Panipat took place between Akbar and Hemu under the guidance of Bairam
Khan. Akbar defeated
Hemu.
Q5. Who ascended the throne after akbar?
Ans. Prince Salim adopted the name Jahangir and ascended the throne after Akbar.
Q6. Why did Akbar maintain (good) relations with the Rajput rulers and win their confidence?
Ans. Akbar maintain good relations with the Rajput because he knew that he would not be
able to rule in India if he ignored the Rajput rulers.
Q7.What was the Mughal tradition of inheritance?
Ans. The Mughal tradition of inheritance was that all the sons got equal share of the Empire.
Q8. Which taxes were not levied by Akbar?
Ans. Pilgrim tax and Jaziya Tax were not levied by Akbar.
Q9. Which books were written by Abul Fazl?
Ans. The books were written by Abul Fazl were Aine-i-Akbari and Akbarnama.
Q10.What was Sher Shah method of collection of revenue?
Ans. With the help of Todarmal, Sher Shah had prepared table for collection of revenue it was
based on the type of land and production.
Q11. Name the famous roads (highways) constructed by Sher Shah?
Ans. Sher Shah had constructed roads (highways) between 1. Agra and Marwar 2. Agra and
Barhanpur 3. Lahore Mulan.

Q12. Which Rajput rulers did not accept the Mughal supremacy?
Ans. The Sisodiya Rajput rulers did not accept the Mughal supremacy.
Q13. Which ruler of Mewar did not accept Akbars Supremacy?
Ans. Maharana Pratap of Mewar did not accept Akbars Supremacy.
Q14. Which was the landmark battle between Mewar and Delhi?
Ans. The Battle of Haldighati was the landmark battle between Mewar and Delhi.
Q15. Between which two rulers did the battle of Haldighati take place? What was the
outcome?
Ans. The Battle of Haldighati took plance between Maharana Pratap and Akbar. Maharana
Pratap was defeated by Akbar.
Q16. What were the distinct qualities of Rana Pratap horse chetak?
Ans. The distinct qualities of Rana Prataps horse Chetak was 1. He was speacially trained for
battle. 2. In the Battle field Chetak could move according to Maharana Prataps Command. 3.
When the Battle of Haldighati was attic speak, Chetak jumped high to reach up to the Mughal
senapati.
Q17. With whose help did Rana Pratap form army?
Ans. Rana Pratap formed the army with the help of Bhamasa a Jain leader.
Q18. What was the wow taken by Rana Pratap?
Ans.Rana Pratap had taken the vow that he would not sleep peacefully till he got back chittor.
l-5
1.Write the names of five prouductive states of Jowar in India?
Ans. The names of five prouductive states of Jowar in India are Madhya Pradesh ,Gujarat
,Karnataka , Andra Pradesh ,Maharashtra.
2.What is corn used as in India?
Ans.Corn is used as grain and as food for animals.
3. Write the names of five prouductive states of ground nut in India?
Ans.The names of five prouductive states of ground nut in India are Gujarat, Andra Pradesh,
tamilnadu , Madhya pradesh ,and maharasthra.
4. Write the names of five prouductive states of cotton in India?

Ans. The names of five prouductive states of cotton in India are Andra Pradesh , Gujarat ,Haryana
,Maharashtra ,and Punjab .
5.Write the names of five prouductive states of paddy in India?
Ans . The names of five prouductive states of paddy in India are Assam ,Bihar , Gujarat ,Kerala ,
and Madhya Pradesh.
6.Write the names of five-six crops of plantations?
Ans. The names of five-six crops of plantations are tea, coffee,fruits, vegetables, coconut
plams,etc.
7. Write the names of five prouductive states of tea in India ?
Ans . The names of five prouductive states of tea in India are Assam ,Kerela , Orissa ,West Bengal
and Karnataka .
8.On the basis of what are the types of industries classified?
Ans. Industries classified into 3 types on the basis of industries number of employees and
quantity of production.
9.Which mineral is required for Cement industry?
Ans.Bauxite and limestone are required for cement industry.
10. Wite the names of five prouductive states of iron-steel in India?
Ans. The names of five prouductive states of iron-steel in India are Madhya Pradesh,
Bihar,Karnataka and Jharkhand chattisgarh .
11. What are made from the strings of jute ?
Ans. Jute cloth, gunny bags, jute bags etc . are made from the strings of jute.
12. Write the names of three productive centres of jute in India?
Ans. The names of three productive centres of jute in India are West Bengal, Assam and Bihar.
13. What are petrochemicals?
Ans. The components separate from minerals oil are called petrochemicals. The different
components are separated after its purification to get kerosene, petrol and diesel.
14. Write the names of two-three centres of refineries, purifying mineral oil?
Ans. The names of two-three centres of refineries, purifying mineral oil are located in the cities
like Vadodara, Jamnagar and Mumbai.

15. What is called State highway?


Ans. State highway connects the state capital with district headquarters and important cities.
16.What is called National Highway?
Ans. National Highway is the most important highway.It connects one state to another. It
connects the main cities, ports, administrative headquarters, etc. There are approximately 50
National highway.
17.What is the usefulness of Railway?
Ans. The usefulness of railways are 1. Many people can travel together at same time. 2. Goods in
bulk quantity can be transported together. 3. Travelling become faster and today instead of coal
or diesel, electric engines are used.
18.What are the usefulness of airways?
Ans. The usefulness of airways are 1. We can reach from one place to another, within a short
span of time. 2. Airports are constructed for safe take off and landing of the plane.
19.Where is ropeway constructed?
Ans. Ropeways are constructed in the mountains region where roads or railways cannot be
constructed.
20.In which places are the ropeways are constructed in Gujarat?
Ans. Ropeways are constructed in Gujarat in Saputara, Ambaji, Girnar and Pavagadh.
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1.What is public property?
ANS. The property that can be used by everyone is called public property.
2. What is private property?
ANS. Private property is the property which can be used by people who owned it.
3. Which facility do you use?
ANS. We use facilities like offices, air, water, public washrooms, parks, railway station, post office,
government hospitals, and roads.
4. Which facilities can you do away with?
ANS. We can do away with public washrooms, mobile phone, motor car, rivers and TV.
Ex-5 Answer in Detail:

1. ]Why was Maharana Pratap defeated in the Battle of Haldighati?


Ans. Maharana Pratap was defeated in the Battle of Haldighati because
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Akbar had well equipped huge army of lacks of soldier.


They were loaded with modern weapons, canons and wartactics.
On the other hand, Maharana Pratap had very small army of 20-22 thousands soldiers.
His soldiers were brave and had an advantage of fighting from hilly regions.
Also the army was habituated to fight in the hilly regions.

2. ] Why is Maharana Pratap known for his steadfast quality?


Ans. Maharana Pratap was steadfast because
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Even after his defeat in the Battle of Haldighati he did not give up.
He wandered in the forest, faced many difficulties.
He again raised his army and fought against the Mughals.
He recaptured all the forts exept that the Chittor.

3. ] What is called irrigation farming?


Ans. The land where farming is done through irrigation that is wells, canals, lakes, etc. is called
as irrigation farming. In India 30% of land irrigation farming is carried out.
4. ] What is cottage industry? Give examples?
Ans. When people makes things at home in which the investment is very low like incense
stick, papad, pickle, furniture, etc. is called cottage industry.
5. ] What is small scale industry? Give examples?
Ans. The small scale industry consists of a factory, some workers, some machinery and in
which investment is more than the cottage industry. In small scale industry toys, T.V.,
refrigerater, plastic items are made.
6. ] What is heavy industry? Give examples?
Ans. Heavy industry are those industries in which a big factory, big machinery, and a large
numbers of workers work. It requires a heavy investment so it is called heavy industry. It
includes Iron and steel, motor cars, cement etc.
7. ] State the importance of irrigation in India?
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Ans. Monsoon in India is irregular and uncertain. 2. Most of the states
experience scanty rainfall for short period of time. 3. Due to uncertain rainfall
more than one crop is rarely grown on an entire portion of land. So to increase
the agricultural production irrigation is necessary.