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CBSE Question Paper 2015-16 
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT –I 
Class – IX Social Science 
Time Allowed : 3 hours  Maximum Marks : 90 marks 
General Instructions: 
(i) The questions paper has 30 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.  
(ii) Marks are indicated against each questions.  
(iii) Questions from serial number 1 to 8 are very short answer types questions. Each question 
carries one mark.  
(iv) Questions from serial number 9 to 20 are 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions 
should not exceed 80 words each.  
(v) Questions from serial number 21 to 28 are 5 marks questions. Answer of these questions 
should not exceed 120 words each.  
(vi) Question number 29 and 30 are map questions of 3 marks each, from History and 
Geography respectively. After completion, attach the maps inside your answer book.  
1. Which Battle sealed the fate of France in 1815?
2. In which hills does the Tapi river rise?
3. What is the longitudinal extent of India?
4. Which is the most important and longest mountain range of Himachal Himalaya?
5. Name the assembly of elected representatives which drafted the Indian constitution.
6. How did military dictatorship come to an end in Chile?
7. When does a citizen have an equal role in decision making?
8. What was the expenditure percentage of GDP in 1951-52 on education?
9. Explain any three features of the constitution of France drafted in 1791.
10. Describe the main events which led to the February Revolution in Petrograd.
Or  
Describe any three circumstances because of which Hitler came to power. 
11. Liberals were not Democrats. Explain.
Or  
Describe the condition of Polish people under Nazism 
12. Write any three main differences between the East-flowing rivers and West-flowing rivers
blowing in india.
13. If you visit Kavarati, which Union territory of India you will be going to? Mention its
location.
14. Define a Geosyncline. What is the result of the upliftment of the sediments in the basin?
15. Why the different between the duration of day and night is hardly felt at Kanniyakumari
but not so in Kashmir?
16. China is a communist country where elections are held after every five years but still it
cannot be called a democratic country. Explain the reason.
17. Write briefly about the south African leader ‘Nelson Mandela’?
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CBSE Question Paper 2015-16 
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT –I 
Class – IX Social Science 
Time Allowed : 3 hours  Maximum Marks : 90 marks 
General Instructions: 
(i) The questions paper has 30 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.  
(ii) Marks are indicated against each questions.  
(iii) Questions from serial number 1 to 8 are very short answer types questions. Each question 
carries one mark.  
(iv) Questions from serial number 9 to 20 are 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions 
should not exceed 80 words each.  
(v) Questions from serial number 21 to 28 are 5 marks questions. Answer of these questions 
should not exceed 120 words each.  
(vi) Question number 29 and 30 are map questions of 3 marks each, from History and 
Geography respectively. After completion, attach the maps inside your answer book.  
1. Which Battle sealed the fate of France in 1815?
2. In which hills does the Tapi river rise?
3. What is the longitudinal extent of India?
4. Which is the most important and longest mountain range of Himachal Himalaya?
5. Name the assembly of elected representatives which drafted the Indian constitution.
6. How did military dictatorship come to an end in Chile?
7. When does a citizen have an equal role in decision making?
8. What was the expenditure percentage of GDP in 1951-52 on education?
9. Explain any three features of the constitution of France drafted in 1791.
10. Describe the main events which led to the February Revolution in Petrograd.
Or  
Describe any three circumstances because of which Hitler came to power. 
11. Liberals were not Democrats. Explain.
Or  
Describe the condition of Polish people under Nazism 
12. Write any three main differences between the East-flowing rivers and West-flowing rivers
blowing in india.
13. If you visit Kavarati, which Union territory of India you will be going to? Mention its
location.
14. Define a Geosyncline. What is the result of the upliftment of the sediments in the basin?
15. Why the different between the duration of day and night is hardly felt at Kanniyakumari
but not so in Kashmir?
16. China is a communist country where elections are held after every five years but still it
cannot be called a democratic country. Explain the reason.
17. Write briefly about the south African leader ‘Nelson Mandela’?
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18. “There are some demerits of democracy that we routinely hear”. State any three demerits.
19. How have the vaious activities been classified into sector? Give one example of each sector.
20. Describe any three demerits of Green Revolution.
21. Describe the incident which took place in the morning of 14 july 1789 in France.
22. Explain the immediate effects of Russian revolution on Russia.
Or  
How was Nazi propaganda successful in creating hatred for Jews? Explain. 
23. To develop India as a population tourism spot, lakes play a vital role. Describe the different
type of lakes found in India with relevant examples.
24. Why is democracy better than any other form of government? Write five arguments to
support your answer.
25. Explain the importance of Institutional design of the constitution of India.
26. “India has become one of the favorite markets for all multinational companies”. Explain this
statement logically.
27. Name any four non-farm production activates practiced in Palampur. Give brief
descriptions of any three.
28. Explain the steps taken by government to encourage alternate occupation in village.
29. Three items A, B and C are shown in the given outline map of France. Identify these items
with the help of following information and write their correct names on the lines marked
on the map.
(A) Region not affected by the great fear 
(B) A port of France related to Slave Trade. 
(C) Epicentre of main panic movement.  
30. (A) Two features (A) and (B) are marked on the given political outline map of India.
Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct
names of the lines marked on the
(a) A Mountain Range
(b) A River
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CBSE Question Paper 2015-16 
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT –I 
Class – IX Social Science 
Time Allowed : 3 hours  Maximum Marks : 90 marks 
General Instructions: 
(i) The questions paper has 30 questions in all. All questions are compulsory.  
(ii) Marks are indicated against each questions.  
(iii) Questions from serial number 1 to 8 are very short answer types questions. Each question 
carries one mark.  
(iv) Questions from serial number 9 to 20 are 3 marks questions. Answer of these questions 
should not exceed 80 words each.  
(v) Questions from serial number 21 to 28 are 5 marks questions. Answer of these questions 
should not exceed 120 words each.  
(vi) Question number 29 and 30 are map questions of 3 marks each, from History and 
Geography respectively. After completion, attach the maps inside your answer book.  
1. Which Battle sealed the fate of France in 1815?
2. In which hills does the Tapi river rise?
3. What is the longitudinal extent of India?
4. Which is the most important and longest mountain range of Himachal Himalaya?
5. Name the assembly of elected representatives which drafted the Indian constitution.
6. How did military dictatorship come to an end in Chile?
7. When does a citizen have an equal role in decision making?
8. What was the expenditure percentage of GDP in 1951-52 on education?
9. Explain any three features of the constitution of France drafted in 1791.
10. Describe the main events which led to the February Revolution in Petrograd.
Or  
Describe any three circumstances because of which Hitler came to power. 
11. Liberals were not Democrats. Explain.
Or  
Describe the condition of Polish people under Nazism 
12. Write any three main differences between the East-flowing rivers and West-flowing rivers
blowing in india.
13. If you visit Kavarati, which Union territory of India you will be going to? Mention its
location.
14. Define a Geosyncline. What is the result of the upliftment of the sediments in the basin?
15. Why the different between the duration of day and night is hardly felt at Kanniyakumari
but not so in Kashmir?
16. China is a communist country where elections are held after every five years but still it
cannot be called a democratic country. Explain the reason.
17. Write briefly about the south African leader ‘Nelson Mandela’?
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18. “There are some demerits of democracy that we routinely hear”. State any three demerits.
19. How have the vaious activities been classified into sector? Give one example of each sector.
20. Describe any three demerits of Green Revolution.
21. Describe the incident which took place in the morning of 14 july 1789 in France.
22. Explain the immediate effects of Russian revolution on Russia.
Or  
How was Nazi propaganda successful in creating hatred for Jews? Explain. 
23. To develop India as a population tourism spot, lakes play a vital role. Describe the different
type of lakes found in India with relevant examples.
24. Why is democracy better than any other form of government? Write five arguments to
support your answer.
25. Explain the importance of Institutional design of the constitution of India.
26. “India has become one of the favorite markets for all multinational companies”. Explain this
statement logically.
27. Name any four non-farm production activates practiced in Palampur. Give brief
descriptions of any three.
28. Explain the steps taken by government to encourage alternate occupation in village.
29. Three items A, B and C are shown in the given outline map of France. Identify these items
with the help of following information and write their correct names on the lines marked
on the map.
(A) Region not affected by the great fear 
(B) A port of France related to Slave Trade. 
(C) Epicentre of main panic movement.  
30. (A) Two features (A) and (B) are marked on the given political outline map of India.
Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct
names of the lines marked on the
(a) A Mountain Range
(b) A River
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