10th Geography

India – Agriculture

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. Rice is grown well in the _____ alluvial soil 2. Tea and coffee crops are grown well on the _____ mountain slopes 3. The crop that grows in drought is _____ millets 4. Cotton is a _____ cash crop 5. The staple food crops are _____ rice & wheat II. Match the following: 1. Wheat  Punjab 2. Sugarcane  Uttar Pradesh 3. Apple  Himachal Pradesh 4. Rubber  Kerala 5. Jute  West Bengal III. Give Short answers: 1. What are the major determinant factors of agriculture? Major determinant factors of agriculture: Land formClimateSoil typesWater 2. What…

10th Geography

INDIA – NATURAL RESOURCES

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. The soil found in the Arid Zone is known as Desert soil 2. The Monsoon forests are otherwise called as Deciduous forest 3. Which one of the following mineral is contained in the Monazite and Uranium II. Match the following: 1. Black soil  Cotton cultivation 2. Lignite  A type of coal 3. Mangrove forest  Sundarbans 4. Renewable resources  Sun 5. Non renewable resources  Petroleum IV. Short answers: 1. What do you understand by the term natural resources? “All materials obtained from the nature to satisfy the needs of our daily life” is known as…

10th Geography

INDIA – CLIMATE

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. India experiences Tropical Monsoon Climate 2. The coastal areas enjoy Equable 3. The place that gets rain from Western disturbance is Punjab 4. The mountains which lie parallel to the direction of the Southwest Monsoon Wind is Aravalli 5. The local storms in the northeastern part of India during hot weather season are called Norwesters II. Match the following 1. Burst of Monsoon  June to September 2. Norwesters  Local Storms in Northeast India 3. Water conservation activities  Total involvement of local people 4. The North East Monsoon Season  October to February 5. Highest rainfall…

10th Geography

India Location and Physiography

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. The Bay of Bengal is located to the____________ of India South-east 2. Palk Strait separates India form____________ Sri Lanka 3. The most centrally located meridian is passes through the Allahabad 4. The highest peak in India Mt. Godwin Austin 5. The source of River Ganga Gangotri 6. The Himalayas are known as Abode of snow II. Match the following 1. Pilgrim Centre  Kedarnath 2. Terai plain  Marshy Land 3. Western Ghats in Karnataka  Shayadri 4. Lava Plateau  Deccan 5. Largest lake in Kerala  Vembanad IV. Answer the following questions briefly: 1. What are the…

10th History

Social Transformation in Tamil Nadu

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. South Indian Liberal Federation is otherwise known as the Justice party 2. Periyar transformed the Justice party into Dravidar Swarajya 3. The greatest social reformer of Tamil Nadu E.V. Ramasamy Naicker 4. Vaikam is a place in Kerala 5. C.N. Annadurai was affectionately called as Anna 6. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam was founded by C.N. Annadurai 7. C.N. Annadurai was conferred Doctorate by Annamalai University 8. Due to Dr. Muthulakshmi’s good efforts the cancer institute was started at Adayar 9. All India women conference was organized at Pune 10. Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy started an orphanage…

10th History

Role of Tamil Nadu in the Freedom Movement

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. Indian soldiers were instigated by the sons of Tipu Sultan 2. The first organization in the Madras Presidency to agitate for the rights of people was the Madras Native Association 3. The first President of the Madras Mahajana Sabha was P. Rangiah Naidu 4. At Vedaranyam the Salt law was broken by Rajagopalachari 5. In 1908 Bharathiar organized a huge public meeting to celebrate Swaraj Day 6. Faced with the prospectus of arrest by the British, Bharathi escaped to Pondicherry 7. The Headquarters of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee is named as Sathyamurthi Bhavan…

10th History

FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN INDIA PHASE – II [GANDHIAN ERA .A.D. 1920 – .A.D. 1947

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. Gandhiji advocated a new technique in our freedom struggle Sathyagraha 2. C.R. Das and Motilal Nehru formed the ______ party Swaraj 3. The Indian Constitution was formally adopted on January 26, 1950 4. In 1932, the British Government announced a scheme known as Communal award 5. The British Viceroy responsible for involving Indians in the Second World War was Linlithgow 6. To form the interim Government Nehru sought the help of Jinnah 7. First and last Indian Governor General of India is Rajagopalachari 8. The task of unifying Indian states was undertaken by SardarVallabai…

10th History

FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN INDIA – PHASE – I [PREGANDHIAN ERA A.D. 1885 – A.D.1919]

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. The Unification of the country was brought by the British. Imperialism 2. The language of the educated Indians was English 3. The religious and social reformers prepared the ground for the rise of Nationalism 4. The policies of the moderates were described by the Extremists as Political mendicancy 5. Open split in the Congress occurred in the sessions held at Surat 6. The Minto – Morley reforms introduced Separate electorate for the Muslims 7. Home Rule League in Bombay was formed by Tilak II. Match the following: 1. Iswar Chandra Vidhya Sagar  Religious and…

10th History

Social and Religious Reform Movement in the 19th Century

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. The pioneer of the reform movements was Raja Rammohan Roy 2. Lord William Bentinck passed an Act in 1829 to abolish Sati due to the efforts of Raja Rammohan Roy 3. Swami Dayanandha Saraswathi started the Arya Samaj 4. The headquarters of the Rama Krishna mission is at Belur 5. Vallalar’s devotional songs are compiled in a volume called Thiru Arutpa 6. Sir Syed Ahamed Khan started the Aligarh movement 7. Sir Syed Ahamed Khan started a school at Ghazipur 8. A great socialist reformer from Kerala is Sri Narayana Guru II. Match the…

10th History

The Great Revolt of 1857

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. The British historians call the revolt of 1857 as Military revolt 2. Indian historians describe the Revolt of 1857 as First war of Indian Independence 3. During the great revolt of 1857 the Governor General of India was Lord Canning 4. The peasants had to pay heavy revenue taxes 5. Resumption of rent free system was introduced by Lord Bentinck 6. General Services Enlistment Act was passed in 1856 7. The first sign of unrest appeared at Barrackpore 8. The Sepoys broke out into open revolt at Meerut 9. The wife of Nawab of…