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SOCIAL SCIENCE (OUTSIDE DELHI)
SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION
SA - II – MARCH, 2016
Series JSR CODE NO. 32/1, 32/2, 32/3 SET-1
EXPECTED ANSWERS/ VALUE POINTS
“When France sneezes the rest of Europe catches cold” – METTERNICH
French citizens living in Vietnam were known as Colons
The use of cattle cake as fuel should be discouraged because –
1) It creates pollution.
2) It consumes most valuable manure which could be used in agriculture.
(Any one point to be given )
Difference between Pressure Groups and Political Parties are-
1) Pressure groups do not aim to directly control or share political power but political parties directly control and share political power.
2) Any other relevant point.
India adopted multi party system because -
1) India is a large country and has social and geographical diversities.
2) It is easy to absorb different diversities in a multi party system.
The two Sectional Interest Groups are –
1) Trade Union
2) Business Associations
3) Professional bodies- lawyers, doctors, teachers etc.
(Any two names to be given)
MNC’s set up their offices and factories in those regions where they get cheap labour
and other resources because of –
1) Low cost of production.
2) They can earn greater profits.
(Any one point to be given)
If any damage is done to a consumer by a trader the consumer can move the court to get compensation under his –
RIGHT TO SEEK REDRESSAL
Eco. Pg -82
Supervision of the functioning of formal sources of loans is necessary because-
Banks have to submit information to the RBI on how much they are lending, to whom they are lending and what interest rate etc.
“The decade of 1830 had brought great economic hardships in Europe”-
1) There was enormous increase in population all over Europe.
2) There were more job seekers than employment.
3) Population from rural areas migrated to the cities to live in over - crowded slums.
4) Small producers in towns faced stiff competition from imports of cheap machine made goods from England where industrialization was more advanced.
5) Peasants struggled under the burden of feudal dues and obligations.
6) Rise of food prices.
7) Bad harvest led to wide spread pauperism in town and country.
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