CBSE Class 10   CBSE Class 10 Social

How red and yellow soils are formed? Why do they look red? (2)
Give any four characteristics of arid soils of India (2)
What is majoritarianism (4)
Explain the various problems faced by the Indian weavers in 19th century (2)
Why has India adopted a multi-party system? Explain (1)
Classify resources on the basis of development with examples (2)
Write the name and structure of a saturated compound in which the carbon atoms are shaped in a ring. Also write the number of bonds present in that compound? (2)
What is land degradation? What do you know about India’s degraded land? (1)
Why is land considered as an important resource? Explain with four facts in reference with Indian land resource (1)
Classify resources on the basis of ownership with examples (1)
What is soil erosion? What are the main causes of soil erosion? (1)
What are the causes of land degradation? What are the ways to solve this problem? (1)
What efforts were made for resource planning in the First Five Year Plan? (1)
How laterite soils are formed? Give any one negative and one positive aspect of the soil (1)
Which factors affect the land use pattern of India? (1)
Why do we need to conserve resources? (1)
What is soil erosion? State how it can be prevented in deserts (1)
Why are arid soils found to be non-productive? (1)
What were the aims of Agenda 21 to achieve global sustainable development? (1)
Why was the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, 1992 held? (1)
Explain the interdependent relationship between nature, technology and institutions. Also make a diagram to represent the same (1)
Name the states in which laterite soils are found and give any two characteristics of this soil (1)
Give some important features of the black soil (1)
What is the importance of soil as a resource? (1)
For what purposes are land resources used? (1)
What is the importance of land? (1)
Describe the process of resource planning in India (1)
Give a brief description of ‘Hydrological Cycle’ (1)
What do you know about the ‘Bamboo-Drip Irrigation System’? (1)
“It is essential to conserve and manage our water resources.” (1)