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Class 9 -Social Studies


Q. Shown below is the map of the Indian Ocean region showing sea routes that flourished during the Medieval Period. During the 12th century AD, this region was an active centre of trade between the ports of Eastern Africa and the western coast of India. The trade wind (monsoon wind) had been instrumental for sailing between the East African coast and the Western Indian coasts.

Which of these seasons was ideal for sailing from East Africa towards the western coast of India?

A. summer B. winter
C. throughout the year D. spring
Q. On certain subjects, only a State Legislative Assembly can make laws. Hence, different states can have different laws on these subjects. Which of the following is likely to be such a subject? 
A. regulation of postal services  
B. regulation of Sales Tax    
C. coordination of the banking system   
D. imposition of President's rule in a state  
Q. The economy of India is based in part on planning through its five-year plans. The first five-year plan (1951-1956) was presented by Jawaharlal Nehru to the Parliament of India. The objective of the First Plan was to make the country self-reliant and improve the standard of living. Which of the following areas did the First Plan probably NOT target?
A. irrigation and energy B. information technology
C. transport and communications D. agriculture and community development
Q. The 2002 map here is an unorthodox one where territories are re-sized according to the subject of interest. What subject of interest do you think the map shows?  
A. fuel production B. land area
C. population D. wealth distribution
Q. Reservation in Indian law is when a percentage of seats are reserved for the socially and educationally backward classes of citizens or the Scheduled Castes and Tribes who are usually not well-represented. The policy of reservation has both people who support it and people who are against it. Which one of the following arguments would be used by someone who SUPPORTS reservation?  
A. It promotes the notion of caste rather than weakening it in society. B. Merit can be taken into consideration only after everyone truly achieves equality.
C. It increases 'brain drain' and deserving students will shift to foreign universities. D. Quotas are a form of discrimination which is against the constitutional right to equality.
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