CBSE Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)
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Term 1 (April to September 2013)
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Sample Question Paper-6
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. (C) Trinidad and Guyana OR (A) Bengal OR (D) Raja Harishchandra 1 (B) Jyotiba Phule OR (B) Ramona 1 (A) 30% 1 (A) 2.5 1 (D) Sweden 1 (B) (i) and (ii) 1 (B) Secular 1 (D) All of these 1 (B) 200 districts 1 (B) Democratic Political Process 1 Trade surplus is where the value of exports is more than imports. Over the 19th century, British manufacturers flooded the Indian Market. Food grains and raw material exports from India to Britain and the rest of the world increased. But the value of British exports to India was much higher than the value of British imports from India. Thus, Britain had a ’Trade surplus’ with India. 1×3=3 OR East India company appointed a paid servant called the ‘Gomastha’ to : (i) Supervise weavers (ii) Collect supplies, and (iii) Examine the quality of cloth.
(Any two) 1+2=3
OR Attempts were made to decongest the city of London and solve the housing crisis. The Britishers build houses for working class. All this expanded the city and people could not walk to their workplace this made the mass transport essential for London. 1×3=3 12. (i) The Printing Press first came to Goa in Western India through Portuguese missionaries in mid 16th century. (ii) Jesuit Priest learnt Konkani and printed several texts and nearly 50 books were printed in Konkani. (iii) Catholic Priests printed the first Tamil book in 1579 at Cochin. (iv) The Dutch protestant missionaries had printed 32 Tamil texts. (Any three) 1×3=3 OR (i) Rashsundari Debi learnt to read in the secracy of her kitchen and wrote her auto biography ‘Amar...