The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Term 2 Exam of Class 10 Social Science was conducted today from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Since Social Science is one of the important subjects, we are here with the expert analysis and students' feedback for today's paper. After the exam got over, we contacted a few students who appeared for the Class 10 Social Science Term 2 Exam. When asked about the difficulty level of the paper, students rated it as a moderate to easy paper. They said the paper was lengthy and had a few difficult questions as well. However, the experts are calling the paper a balanced one. Let's check below the detailed analysis of the CBSE Class 10 Social Science Paper 2022. Download the CBSE Class 10 Social Science Term 2 Question Papers in PDF with its solution from the links mentioned below.
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Experts Analysis of CBSE Class 10 Social Science Term 2 Exam 2022
The Class 10 Social Science teachers said the social science paper was a combination of simple and some tricky questions. Most of the questions were from the textbook. Thus, overall the paper contained good questions for the students to attempt.
One more teacher from a CBSE school said the paper was well balanced and apart from a few questions, most of them were easily answerable. It was a paper that had questions for all kind of students.
Students' Reaction on CBSE Class 10 Social Science Term 2 Exam
Students found the Social Science paper of average level. They said the paper was balanced with a few twisted questions. A few students also said that The questions were quite easy and one who solved NCERT well, could expect a good score. General feedback of students is shared below:
Difficulty level of the Social Science Term 2 Paper - Moderately to easy
The most difficult part of the paper - A few questions in 3 markers and 5 markers
Was the paper lengthy - Yes the paper was quite lengthy
The easiest section of the paper - Sections A and Case Study questions
Expected marks out of 40 - 28-32 marks (averagely)
Thus, based on the various reactions, we can come to a conclusion that the CBSE Class 10 Social Science Paper was balanced and students with a thorough knowledge of the syllabus can score good marks. Now, the next major paper in class 10 will be Hindi (Course A) and Hindi (Course B). To prepare well for the Hindi paper, students can check the following important and useful resources by experts:
CBSE Class 10th Term 2 SST Answer Key: Paper Code 32/1/1
Q.1 Why did Indian merchants and industrialists support the Civil Disobedience Movement? Explan.
Ans : Industrialists participated in the Civil Disobedience Movement:
1. After First World War, they had made huge profits but the present colonial policies were restricting their business activities.
2. They wanted imports to decrease and a foreign exchange ratio that would discourage imports so they supported Civil Disobedience movement when it began.
3. They saw swaraj as a time of no colonial restrictions and flourishing trade and business.
Explanation: Industrialists were largely supportive of the idea of swaraj in the expectation of a free economy to do business in. But they got apprehensive when they saw the protest as detrimental.
Q.2 Examine the significance of pipeline as a means of transportation in the country.
Ans : The importance of pipeline:
(i)Pipeline transport network is a new arrival on the transportation map of India. In the past, these were used to transport water to cities and industries.
(ii)Now, these are used for transporting crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas from oil and natural gas fields to refineries, fertilizer factories and big thermal power plants.
(iii)Solids can also be transported through a pipeline when converted into slurry.
(iv)The far inland locations of refineries like Barauni, Mathura, Panipat and gas based fertilizer plants could be thought of only because of pipelines.
(v)Initial cost of laying pipelines is high but subsequent running costs are minimal. It rules out trans-shipment losses or delays.
Q.3 Why has India adopted a multi-party system? Explain.
Ans : India adopted a multi party system because of the social and geographical diversity of the nation. Through this system different and diverse parties could represent the sections of the society and power does not absorb in the hands of one single party. I
Q.4 How is ‘Demand Deposit’ an essential feature of money?
Ans : Demand deposits are the deposits which can be withdrawn on demand.
• Demand deposits eliminates the use of cash.
• Money can be easily deposited and withdrawn from the banks.
• Demand deposits are an essential feature of money.
Q.5 Study the given flowchart and answer the questions that follow:
Q.5.1 Which is the basic material required for garment manufacturing?
Ans : Fabric, Raw fibre, yarn
Q.5.2 Give one example of value addition in the textile industry.
1) fibre production
3) weaving knitting
4) dyeing and finishing
5) garment manufacture
Q.6(a) Differentiate between formal and informal sources of Credit.
Ans : Formal sources follow the sources of credit that are registered by the govt. and have to follow its rules and regulations whereas in informal sources include those small and scattered units which are largely outside the control of the government.
Q.6(b) How does a bank work as a key component of the financial system? Explain.
Ans : The financial system is all about taking money from someone who has ample of it and making it to reach those who have the best opportunities to utilise it. This way the economic resources are allocated most efficiently and best returns are ensured. Economic transactions are done by various organisations like banks, pension funds, organised exchanges and insurance companies and many more. They are the financial institutions who use various financial instruments such as bonds, stocks, interests derived on deposits, credit to the borrowers etc.
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