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General Instructions :- 
1.  The question paper is divided into three sections: 
(a) Section: ‘A’ – History : 30 marks 
(b)  Section: ‘B’ – Civics   : 20 marks 
(c) Section: ‘C’ – Geography : 30 marks 
2. Answer all the questions of each section together. 
3. Put the same question number as given on the Question Paper while 
answering the question. 
4. Use a pencil for maps, drawing and labelling. 
============================================== 
HISTORY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                       [½×6 = 3] 
(i) The Harappans made stone weights which was made of ________________, a 
kind of stone. 
(ii) Cotton was probably grown at ________________ from about 7000 years ago. 
(iii) Archaeologists have found spindle whorls made of terracotta and 
______________________. 
(iv) ______________________ was a plant from which a special drink was 
prepared. 
(v) The Rig Veda has more than a thousand hymns, called ______________ 
which means _________________. 
Q.2. Define :                                 [1 × 4 = 4] 
(i) Specialist 
(ii) Sealing 
(iii) Irrigation 
(iv) Ashwamedha 
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General Instructions :- 
1.  The question paper is divided into three sections: 
(a) Section: ‘A’ – History : 30 marks 
(b)  Section: ‘B’ – Civics   : 20 marks 
(c) Section: ‘C’ – Geography : 30 marks 
2. Answer all the questions of each section together. 
3. Put the same question number as given on the Question Paper while 
answering the question. 
4. Use a pencil for maps, drawing and labelling. 
============================================== 
HISTORY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                       [½×6 = 3] 
(i) The Harappans made stone weights which was made of ________________, a 
kind of stone. 
(ii) Cotton was probably grown at ________________ from about 7000 years ago. 
(iii) Archaeologists have found spindle whorls made of terracotta and 
______________________. 
(iv) ______________________ was a plant from which a special drink was 
prepared. 
(v) The Rig Veda has more than a thousand hymns, called ______________ 
which means _________________. 
Q.2. Define :                                 [1 × 4 = 4] 
(i) Specialist 
(ii) Sealing 
(iii) Irrigation 
(iv) Ashwamedha 
                                                        
                                               
                
  
 
Q.3. Copy the following statements. State whether TRUE or FALSE. Correct and rewrite 
 the false statement :         [3] 
(i)     Sanskrit is a part of a family of languages known as Indo – European. 
(ii)     Spindle whorls were used to plough the field. 
(iii) The dead were buried with distinctive pots, which are called Black and Red 
 ware. 
(iv) Inamgaon is situated on the river son, a tributary of the Bhima. 
Q.4. Look at the picture carefully and answer the following questions -  [1+1+2=4] 
(i) Identify the picture and name it. 
(ii) Where is it situated? 
(iii) What was it used for? 
 
 
 
Q.5. Answer in brief:                   [3×2= 6] 
(i) Write a short note on ‘Lothal’. 
(ii) Name the four Vedas. Mention the oldest Veda. When was it composed? 
(iii) Describe the drains and streets of the Harappan City. 
Q.6. Answer in detail : (any two)       [3x2= 6] 
(i) Mention the four important features of the ‘Great Bath’ of Mohenjodaro. 
(ii) In what ways do you think that the life of a ‘raja’ was different from that of a 
‘dasa’ or ‘dasi’? 
(iii) Mention any three possible reasons for the decline of the Harappan 
Civilisation. 
Q.7. On a physical map of India, mark the following :    [2+2= 4]  
(i)  The extent of the Harappan Civilisation. 
(ii) (a) Dholavira 
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General Instructions :- 
1.  The question paper is divided into three sections: 
(a) Section: ‘A’ – History : 30 marks 
(b)  Section: ‘B’ – Civics   : 20 marks 
(c) Section: ‘C’ – Geography : 30 marks 
2. Answer all the questions of each section together. 
3. Put the same question number as given on the Question Paper while 
answering the question. 
4. Use a pencil for maps, drawing and labelling. 
============================================== 
HISTORY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                       [½×6 = 3] 
(i) The Harappans made stone weights which was made of ________________, a 
kind of stone. 
(ii) Cotton was probably grown at ________________ from about 7000 years ago. 
(iii) Archaeologists have found spindle whorls made of terracotta and 
______________________. 
(iv) ______________________ was a plant from which a special drink was 
prepared. 
(v) The Rig Veda has more than a thousand hymns, called ______________ 
which means _________________. 
Q.2. Define :                                 [1 × 4 = 4] 
(i) Specialist 
(ii) Sealing 
(iii) Irrigation 
(iv) Ashwamedha 
                                                        
                                               
                
  
 
Q.3. Copy the following statements. State whether TRUE or FALSE. Correct and rewrite 
 the false statement :         [3] 
(i)     Sanskrit is a part of a family of languages known as Indo – European. 
(ii)     Spindle whorls were used to plough the field. 
(iii) The dead were buried with distinctive pots, which are called Black and Red 
 ware. 
(iv) Inamgaon is situated on the river son, a tributary of the Bhima. 
Q.4. Look at the picture carefully and answer the following questions -  [1+1+2=4] 
(i) Identify the picture and name it. 
(ii) Where is it situated? 
(iii) What was it used for? 
 
 
 
Q.5. Answer in brief:                   [3×2= 6] 
(i) Write a short note on ‘Lothal’. 
(ii) Name the four Vedas. Mention the oldest Veda. When was it composed? 
(iii) Describe the drains and streets of the Harappan City. 
Q.6. Answer in detail : (any two)       [3x2= 6] 
(i) Mention the four important features of the ‘Great Bath’ of Mohenjodaro. 
(ii) In what ways do you think that the life of a ‘raja’ was different from that of a 
‘dasa’ or ‘dasi’? 
(iii) Mention any three possible reasons for the decline of the Harappan 
Civilisation. 
Q.7. On a physical map of India, mark the following :    [2+2= 4]  
(i)  The extent of the Harappan Civilisation. 
(ii) (a) Dholavira 
                                                        
                                              
                
  
       (b) Brahmagiri 
       (c) Hunsgi 
       (d) Kalibangan 
 
CIVICS- [20] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                          [½ × 4= 2] 
(i) American women got the right to vote in the year ______________________. 
(ii) India’s National Anthem was composed by ______________________. 
(iii) ‘Unity in Diversity’ was a phrase, coined by ______________________. 
(iv) While Voting, a _________________ is put on the finger to make sure that a 
person casts only one vote. 
Q.2. Define the following :                            [1×4= 4] 
(i) Government 
(ii) Communal Riots 
(iii) Democracy 
(iv) Unity in Diversity 
Q.3. Give Reasons :                            [2×2= 4] 
(i) Why do you think living in India with its rich heritage of diversity adds 
colour to  your life? 
(ii) Why should the government make rules for everyone in the form of Laws? 
Q.4. Answer the following questions briefly:                          [2×2=4] 
(i) What do you mean by representative Democracy? 
(ii) Write a short note on Ladakh. (4 points) 
 
Q.5. Answer the questions in detail: (Any two)                        [3×2=6] 
(i) What are the functions of the government? Write any 6 important functions. 
(ii) Who gives the government the power to make decision and to enforce laws. 
(in democracy and Monarchy). 
(iii) Explain Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. 
 
 
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General Instructions :- 
1.  The question paper is divided into three sections: 
(a) Section: ‘A’ – History : 30 marks 
(b)  Section: ‘B’ – Civics   : 20 marks 
(c) Section: ‘C’ – Geography : 30 marks 
2. Answer all the questions of each section together. 
3. Put the same question number as given on the Question Paper while 
answering the question. 
4. Use a pencil for maps, drawing and labelling. 
============================================== 
HISTORY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                       [½×6 = 3] 
(i) The Harappans made stone weights which was made of ________________, a 
kind of stone. 
(ii) Cotton was probably grown at ________________ from about 7000 years ago. 
(iii) Archaeologists have found spindle whorls made of terracotta and 
______________________. 
(iv) ______________________ was a plant from which a special drink was 
prepared. 
(v) The Rig Veda has more than a thousand hymns, called ______________ 
which means _________________. 
Q.2. Define :                                 [1 × 4 = 4] 
(i) Specialist 
(ii) Sealing 
(iii) Irrigation 
(iv) Ashwamedha 
                                                        
                                               
                
  
 
Q.3. Copy the following statements. State whether TRUE or FALSE. Correct and rewrite 
 the false statement :         [3] 
(i)     Sanskrit is a part of a family of languages known as Indo – European. 
(ii)     Spindle whorls were used to plough the field. 
(iii) The dead were buried with distinctive pots, which are called Black and Red 
 ware. 
(iv) Inamgaon is situated on the river son, a tributary of the Bhima. 
Q.4. Look at the picture carefully and answer the following questions -  [1+1+2=4] 
(i) Identify the picture and name it. 
(ii) Where is it situated? 
(iii) What was it used for? 
 
 
 
Q.5. Answer in brief:                   [3×2= 6] 
(i) Write a short note on ‘Lothal’. 
(ii) Name the four Vedas. Mention the oldest Veda. When was it composed? 
(iii) Describe the drains and streets of the Harappan City. 
Q.6. Answer in detail : (any two)       [3x2= 6] 
(i) Mention the four important features of the ‘Great Bath’ of Mohenjodaro. 
(ii) In what ways do you think that the life of a ‘raja’ was different from that of a 
‘dasa’ or ‘dasi’? 
(iii) Mention any three possible reasons for the decline of the Harappan 
Civilisation. 
Q.7. On a physical map of India, mark the following :    [2+2= 4]  
(i)  The extent of the Harappan Civilisation. 
(ii) (a) Dholavira 
                                                        
                                              
                
  
       (b) Brahmagiri 
       (c) Hunsgi 
       (d) Kalibangan 
 
CIVICS- [20] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                          [½ × 4= 2] 
(i) American women got the right to vote in the year ______________________. 
(ii) India’s National Anthem was composed by ______________________. 
(iii) ‘Unity in Diversity’ was a phrase, coined by ______________________. 
(iv) While Voting, a _________________ is put on the finger to make sure that a 
person casts only one vote. 
Q.2. Define the following :                            [1×4= 4] 
(i) Government 
(ii) Communal Riots 
(iii) Democracy 
(iv) Unity in Diversity 
Q.3. Give Reasons :                            [2×2= 4] 
(i) Why do you think living in India with its rich heritage of diversity adds 
colour to  your life? 
(ii) Why should the government make rules for everyone in the form of Laws? 
Q.4. Answer the following questions briefly:                          [2×2=4] 
(i) What do you mean by representative Democracy? 
(ii) Write a short note on Ladakh. (4 points) 
 
Q.5. Answer the questions in detail: (Any two)                        [3×2=6] 
(i) What are the functions of the government? Write any 6 important functions. 
(ii) Who gives the government the power to make decision and to enforce laws. 
(in democracy and Monarchy). 
(iii) Explain Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. 
 
 
                                                        
                                               
                
  
GEOGRAPHY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                              [½×6=3] 
(i) The Poles are the two ends of the ___________________. 
(ii) 82½
0
 E Longitude is taken as ________________ __________________ of 
India. 
(iii) ______________________ is the longest Latitude on the globe. 
(iv) The British Royal observatory is located in _________________________. 
(v) All the places lying on the same longitude have the same time known as 
__________________ ___________________. 
(vi) _____________________ has 11 standard times. 
Q.2. Define the following terms:                   [1×3=3] 
(i) Prime Meridian 
(ii) Revolution 
(iii) Circle of illumination 
Q.3. Copy the following statements. State True or False and correct the following    
 statements.                         [3] 
(i) Pattern is a network of Latitudes and Longitudes. 
(ii) International Solar time is the full form of IST. 
(iii) The earth rotates from east to west. 
Q.4. Picture Identification :                   [1×4= 4] 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(i) When does the earth reach the above positions on its orbit? 
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General Instructions :- 
1.  The question paper is divided into three sections: 
(a) Section: ‘A’ – History : 30 marks 
(b)  Section: ‘B’ – Civics   : 20 marks 
(c) Section: ‘C’ – Geography : 30 marks 
2. Answer all the questions of each section together. 
3. Put the same question number as given on the Question Paper while 
answering the question. 
4. Use a pencil for maps, drawing and labelling. 
============================================== 
HISTORY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                       [½×6 = 3] 
(i) The Harappans made stone weights which was made of ________________, a 
kind of stone. 
(ii) Cotton was probably grown at ________________ from about 7000 years ago. 
(iii) Archaeologists have found spindle whorls made of terracotta and 
______________________. 
(iv) ______________________ was a plant from which a special drink was 
prepared. 
(v) The Rig Veda has more than a thousand hymns, called ______________ 
which means _________________. 
Q.2. Define :                                 [1 × 4 = 4] 
(i) Specialist 
(ii) Sealing 
(iii) Irrigation 
(iv) Ashwamedha 
                                                        
                                               
                
  
 
Q.3. Copy the following statements. State whether TRUE or FALSE. Correct and rewrite 
 the false statement :         [3] 
(i)     Sanskrit is a part of a family of languages known as Indo – European. 
(ii)     Spindle whorls were used to plough the field. 
(iii) The dead were buried with distinctive pots, which are called Black and Red 
 ware. 
(iv) Inamgaon is situated on the river son, a tributary of the Bhima. 
Q.4. Look at the picture carefully and answer the following questions -  [1+1+2=4] 
(i) Identify the picture and name it. 
(ii) Where is it situated? 
(iii) What was it used for? 
 
 
 
Q.5. Answer in brief:                   [3×2= 6] 
(i) Write a short note on ‘Lothal’. 
(ii) Name the four Vedas. Mention the oldest Veda. When was it composed? 
(iii) Describe the drains and streets of the Harappan City. 
Q.6. Answer in detail : (any two)       [3x2= 6] 
(i) Mention the four important features of the ‘Great Bath’ of Mohenjodaro. 
(ii) In what ways do you think that the life of a ‘raja’ was different from that of a 
‘dasa’ or ‘dasi’? 
(iii) Mention any three possible reasons for the decline of the Harappan 
Civilisation. 
Q.7. On a physical map of India, mark the following :    [2+2= 4]  
(i)  The extent of the Harappan Civilisation. 
(ii) (a) Dholavira 
                                                        
                                              
                
  
       (b) Brahmagiri 
       (c) Hunsgi 
       (d) Kalibangan 
 
CIVICS- [20] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                          [½ × 4= 2] 
(i) American women got the right to vote in the year ______________________. 
(ii) India’s National Anthem was composed by ______________________. 
(iii) ‘Unity in Diversity’ was a phrase, coined by ______________________. 
(iv) While Voting, a _________________ is put on the finger to make sure that a 
person casts only one vote. 
Q.2. Define the following :                            [1×4= 4] 
(i) Government 
(ii) Communal Riots 
(iii) Democracy 
(iv) Unity in Diversity 
Q.3. Give Reasons :                            [2×2= 4] 
(i) Why do you think living in India with its rich heritage of diversity adds 
colour to  your life? 
(ii) Why should the government make rules for everyone in the form of Laws? 
Q.4. Answer the following questions briefly:                          [2×2=4] 
(i) What do you mean by representative Democracy? 
(ii) Write a short note on Ladakh. (4 points) 
 
Q.5. Answer the questions in detail: (Any two)                        [3×2=6] 
(i) What are the functions of the government? Write any 6 important functions. 
(ii) Who gives the government the power to make decision and to enforce laws. 
(in democracy and Monarchy). 
(iii) Explain Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. 
 
 
                                                        
                                               
                
  
GEOGRAPHY- [30] 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:                              [½×6=3] 
(i) The Poles are the two ends of the ___________________. 
(ii) 82½
0
 E Longitude is taken as ________________ __________________ of 
India. 
(iii) ______________________ is the longest Latitude on the globe. 
(iv) The British Royal observatory is located in _________________________. 
(v) All the places lying on the same longitude have the same time known as 
__________________ ___________________. 
(vi) _____________________ has 11 standard times. 
Q.2. Define the following terms:                   [1×3=3] 
(i) Prime Meridian 
(ii) Revolution 
(iii) Circle of illumination 
Q.3. Copy the following statements. State True or False and correct the following    
 statements.                         [3] 
(i) Pattern is a network of Latitudes and Longitudes. 
(ii) International Solar time is the full form of IST. 
(iii) The earth rotates from east to west. 
Q.4. Picture Identification :                   [1×4= 4] 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(i) When does the earth reach the above positions on its orbit? 
                                                        
                                              
                
  
(ii) Write the Geographical terms for the above dates. 
(iii) Where do the rays of the sun fall vertically in both the position? 
(iv) Which seasons will be experienced in both the hemispheres, in case of 
position A? 
Q.5. Give the answer in brief :        [2×3= 6]  
(i) When does a leap year occur and why? 
(ii) Write any two effects of Rotation and two of Revolution. 
(iii) How are meridians numbered? 
Q.6. Write the answer in detail:          [3 × 2= 6] 
(i) Describe the Heat Zones. 
(ii) Distinguish between Parallels of latitude and Meridians of Longitude. 
Q.7. On the given map of India, identify the numbered states 1 to 5 with their capitals. 
Write the answer in your anwersheet.        [5] 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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