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History and Political Science Balbharati Model Question Paper Set 3 2018-2019 SSC (English Medium) 10th Standard Board Exam Question Paper Solution

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History and Political Science [Balbharati Model Question Paper Set 3]
Marks: 60Academic Year: 2018-2019
Date: March 2019

[8]1 | (A) Choose the correct alternative and write the complete statement.
[4]1.A
[1]1.A.1

Choose the correct alternative and write the complete statement.

........................ wrote the book entitled Árchaeology of Knowledge’.

(a) Karl Marx

(b) Michel Foucault

(c) Lucien Febvre

(d) Voltaire

Concept: Indian Historiography : Various Ideological Frameworks - Feminist History
Chapter: [0.012] Historiography : Indian Tradition
[1]1.A.2

...................translated the Sanskrit text ‘Hitopadesh’.

(a) James Mill

(b) Friedrich Max Muller

(c) Mountstuart Elphinstone

(d) Sir John Marshall

Concept: Indian Historiography : Various Ideological Frameworks
Chapter: [0.012] Historiography : Indian Tradition
[1]1.A.3

The earliest museum in the world was discovered in the excavations at the city of ..............

(a) Delhi

(b) Harappa

(c) Ur

(d) Kolkata

Concept: Some Famous Museums - Museums in India
Chapter: [0.019] Heritage Management
[1]1.A.4

The ............ saw the rise of Mathura school.

(a) Kushana period

(b) Gupta period

(c) Rashtrakuta period

(d) Maurya period

Concept: Indian Traditions of Visual Arts (Drik Kala) - Indian Iconography
Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] History of Indian Arts
[4]1.B | Find the incorrect pair in every set and write the correct one.
[1]1.B.1

(i) Maharaj Sayajirao University - Delhi
(ii) Banaras Hindu University - Varanasi
(iii) Aligarh Muslim Universiy - Aligarh
(iv) Jivaji University - Gwalior

Concept: Some Famous Museums - Museums in India
Chapter: [0.019] Heritage Management
[1]1.B.2

Find the incorrect pair in the set and write the correct one.

(i) Matheran - Hill Station
(ii) Tadoba - Rock-cut caves
(iii) Kolhapur - Pilgrim Centre
(iv) Ajintha - World Heritage site

Concept: Development of Tourism in Maharashtra
Chapter: [0.018000000000000002] Tourism and History
[1]1.B.3

Find the incorrect pair in every set and write the correct one.

(i) Raigadala Jevha Jag Yete   - Vasant Kanetkar
(ii) Tilak Ani Agarkar    - Vishram Bedekar
(iii) Sashtang Namaskar  - Acharya Atre
(iv) Ekach Pyala    - Annasaheb Kirloskar

Concept: Marathi Theatre
Chapter: [0.016] Entertainment and History
[1]1.B.4

Find the incorrect pair in every set and write the correct one.

(i) Prabhakar  - Gopal Hari Deshmukh
(ii) Darpan  - Balashashtri Jambhekar
(iii) Deenbandhu  - Krishnarao Bhalekar
(iv) Kesari   - Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Concept: Marathi Theatre
Chapter: [0.016] Entertainment and History
[8]2
[4]2.A | Complete following concept maps.
[2]2.A.1

Complete following concept maps.

Temple
Architecture
Dravida Hemadpanti
Characteristics

.....................................

......................................

..................................

..................................

Examples

.........................................

.........................................

.....................................

......................................

Concept: Indian Traditions of Visual Arts (Drik Kala) - Architecture and Sculpture
Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] History of Indian Arts
[2]2.A.2

Complete the table.

James Mill The History of British India
James Grant Duff __________________
__________________ The History of India
Shripad Amrut Dange ___________________
___________________ Who Were the Shudras
Concept: Development of Scientific Perspective in Europe and Historiography
Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Historiography : Development in the West
[2]2.A.3

Complete the following web.

Concept: Encyclopaedias
Chapter: [0.019] Heritage Management
[4]2.B | (B) Write short notes.
[2]2.B.1

Write short note of Annales School.

Concept: Notable Scholars
Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Historiography : Development in the West
[2]2.B.2

Write short note of Archieves .

Concept: History of Mass Media - Newspapers
Chapter: [0.015] Mass Media and History
[2]2.B.3

Write short note of Maratha style of painting .

Concept: Indian Traditions of Visual Arts (Drik Kala) - Maratha Style of Painting
Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] History of Indian Arts
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[12]3
[6]3.A | Explain the statements with reasons. (Any 2)
[3]3.A.1

Explain the statement with reason.

Historical research was driven to focus in depth on various aspects of women’s life.

Concept: Indian Historiography : Various Ideological Frameworks - Feminist History
Chapter: [0.012] Historiography : Indian Tradition
[3]3.A.2

Bakhar is an important type of historical documents.

Concept: Tradition of Indian Historiography - Historiography in the Medieval Period
Chapter: [0.012] Historiography : Indian Tradition
[3]3.A.3

Explain the statement with reason.

It is essential to study the history of technology.

Concept: Applied History and Research in Various Fields - Technology
Chapter: [0.013000000000000001] Applied History
[3]3.A.4

Explain the statement with reason.

Television is the most popular medium.

Concept: History of Mass Media - Television
Chapter: [0.015] Mass Media and History
[3]3.A.5

Explain the statement with reason.

Expertise of History is important in the film industry.

Concept: Indian Film Industry
Chapter: [0.016] Entertainment and History
[6]3.B | (B) Answer in brief. (Any 2)
[3]3.B.1

Answer in brief.

Why is Maharashtra known as the land that nurtured the Indian film industry?

Concept: Indian Film Industry
Chapter: [0.016] Entertainment and History
[3]3.B.2

Answer in brief. 

Explain how is History helpful in the planning of Akashwani programmes.

Concept: History of Mass Media - Radio
Chapter: [0.015] Mass Media and History
[3]3.B.3

Answer in brief.

Explain the concept of ‘Public History’.

Concept: What is Applied History
Chapter: [0.013000000000000001] Applied History
[4]4

Read the following passage and answer the questions based on it.

‘Heritage Walks’ as an organised group activity has gained popularity
in many countries. India has a rich history, which can be traced back to
many millenniums. Every region of India is full of historical places from
ancient, medieval and modern period. The ‘Heritage walk’ organised in the
city of Ahmedabad is well-known. In the cities of Mumbai and Pune in
Maharashtra such walks are organised regularly. Heritage walks can
encourage people to support projects like conservation and preservation of
historical monuments, to collect authentic information about them and to
publish it through various media. Residences of renowned citizens who have

passed away are also part of heritage. In some cities ‘blue plaques’ with the
names and other relevant information of such citizens are placed on their
residences, as a part heritage scheme.

1. What is heritage walk? 
2. Where is heritage walk organised? 
3. What can we achieve with the help of heritage walk?

Concept: Types of Tourism - Tourism Based on Special Events
Chapter: [0.018000000000000002] Tourism and History
[8]5
[4]5.A

Answer the question in detail.

Explain the importance of library management.

Concept: Libraries and Archives
Chapter: [0.019] Heritage Management
[4]5.B

Answer the question in detail.

Explain the close tie between sports and history.

Concept: Sports and Professional Opportunities
Chapter: [0.017] Sports and History
[4]5.C

What kind of professional opportunities are available in the field of arts? 

Concept: Art, Applied Art and Professional Opportunities
Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] History of Indian Arts
[4]5.D

Answer the question in detail.

How can we correlate applied History with our present?

Concept: Applied History and Our Present
Chapter: [0.013000000000000001] Applied History
[4]6
[1]6.A

Choose the correct alternative and write the complete statement .

The essence of democracy is ....................

 

(a) universal adult franchise

(b) decentralisation of power

(c) policy of reservation of seats

(d) judicial decisions 

Concept: Decentralisation of Democracy
Chapter: [0.021] Working of the Constitution
[1]6.B

Choose the correct alternative and write the complete statement .

The Election Commissioner is appointed by the....................

Concept: Election Commission
Chapter: [0.022000000000000002] The Electoral Process
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[1]6.C

Choose the correct alternative and write the complete statement.

............................ is the main demand of farmer’s movement.

(a) Right to cultivate on the forest land

(b) To get the right price for agricultural product

(c) Protection of consumers

(d) Building of dams

Concept: Important Movements in India - Farmers Movement in India
Chapter: [0.024] Social and Political Movements
[1]6.D

Choose the correct alternative and write the complete statement.

In a democracy ..................... participate in elections and get political power.

(a) political parties

(b) courts

(c) social organisations

(d) non Government Organisation

Concept: Challenges before Indian Democracy
Chapter: [0.025] Challenges Faced by Indian Democracy
[4]7
[2]7.A

Explain whether the statements is true of false with reasons

The nature of the Constitution is seen as a living document

Concept: Role of Judiciary - The Basic Framework of the Constitution
Chapter: [0.021] Working of the Constitution
[2]7.B

Explain whether the statement is true or false with reason.

The Election Commission lays down the code of conduct during elections.

Concept: Election Commission
Chapter: [0.022000000000000002] The Electoral Process
[2]7.C

Explain whether the statement is true or false with reason.

Movements are important in a democracy.

Concept: Concept for Challenges to Democracy Remedial Measures to the Challenges
Chapter: [5.02] Challenges to Democracy Remedial Measures to the Challenges
[10]8
[6]8.A | (A) Explain the concepts. (Any 2)
[3]8.A.1

Explain the concept of Right to information.

Concept: Right to Information (R.T.I.2005)
Chapter: [0.021] Working of the Constitution
[3]8.A.2

Explain the concept of National Parties .

Concept: National Parties
Chapter: [0.023] Political Parties
[3]8.A.3

Explain the concept of Journey from ballot boxes to EVM machines.

Concept: Process of Elections - Electoral Reforms
Chapter: [0.022000000000000002] The Electoral Process
[4]8.B | Complete the concept maps. (Any 2)
[2]8.B.1

Complete the concept map.

Concept: Role of Judiciary - The Basic Framework of the Constitution
Chapter: [0.021] Working of the Constitution
[2]8.B.2

Complete the concept map.                            

                                                   Role of Election Commission

Concept: Process of Elections
Chapter: [0.022000000000000002] The Electoral Process
[2]8.B.3

Complete the concept map.

Political Party State in which they are influential
Shiromani Akali Dal  
Assam Gan Parishad  
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam  
Shivsena  
Concept: Characteristics of Political Parties
Chapter: [0.023] Political Parties
[6]9 | Answer the following questions in brief. (Any 2)
[3]9.A

Answer the following question in brief.

What are the major characteristics of political parties?

Concept: Characteristics of Political Parties
Chapter: [0.023] Political Parties
[3]9.B

Answer the following question in brief.

Explain the functions of environmental movement.

Concept: Important Movements in India - Environment Movements
Chapter: [0.024] Social and Political Movements
[3]9.C

Answer the following question in brief.

Which factors are required for the success of democracy in India?

Concept: Democracy - Meaning, Types and Characteristics
Chapter: [5.04] Democracy
[3]9.D

Answer the following question in brief.

Explain the functions of Election Commission.

Concept: Election Commission
Chapter: [0.022000000000000002] The Electoral Process
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