CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Social Science (Vocational)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 : Marking Scheme, Social Science (Vocational)

CBSE Class-10 Exam 2016 :  Social Science (Vocational) Set -1

MARKING SCHEME
SOCIAL SCIENCE VOCATIONAL(JSR/NSFQ)
SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION MARCH 2016
SERIES JSR/NSFQ (532/1)

Q.NO.

EXPECTED ANSWERS/ VALUE POINTS

PAGE

MARKS

1.

The slogan with which Simon Commission was greeted in 1928 in India was : “Go Back Simon”

H - 62

1

2.

Minerals are important for us as they are indispensable part of our lives.

G – 50

1

3.

Name of two National political parties are -

i.        Indian National Congress

ii.      Bharatiya Janta Party

iii.      Communist party of India

iv.      Communist party of India (M)

v.      Bahujan Samaj Party

vi.      Nationalist Congress Party (Any Two)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DP - 80

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

½ + ½ = 1

4.

Two common features of democratic politics are -

i.    They have formal constitution

ii.  They hold elections

iii. They guarantee rights of the citizens Any two

 

 

 

DP - 90

 

 

 

½ + ½

5.

The difference between a pressure group and a political party are -

i.  Pressure groups do not seek power but political parties do

ii. Pressure groups do not contest election but parties do

 

 

 

iii.        Any other relevant point Any one

DP - 63

1

6.

When we purchase an electric appliance from the market, the logo which we like to see to be sure of quality is  - ISI

E – 85

1

7.

The right which enables the consumers to get compensation for the damage is

Right to seek Redressal

E – 82

 

 

1

8.

The Indian Parliament enacted the Consumer Protection Act in 1986 for the protection of the consumers in market place

E - 78

1

9.

Two Provisions of the Rowlatt Act

i.    It gave the government enormous power to repress political activities ii.  It allowed detention of political prisoners without trial for 2 years.

Impact of Rowlatt Act-

i.    Political leadership opposed this act by organizing rallies, strike eg.

Jalliawala Bagh

ii.  Rail and lines of communication were disrupted Explain any one

 

 

 

 

H - 55

 

 

 

 

2+1=3

10.

Mahatma Gandhi found in salt a powerful symbol that could unite the nation -

i.    Every class within Indian Society could identify with the salt. ii.  Salt was something consumed by rich and the poor alike.

iii. It was the powerful symbol to unite the people. iv. It was the most essential item of the food.

v.  Tax on salt and government monopoly over its production revealed the most oppressive face of the British Rule.

vi. Any other relevant point

(Any 3 points to be exaplained)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H - 63

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3*1=3

11.

Three features of Napoleonic Code (Civil Code of 1804)

i.    It did away with all privileges based on birth

ii.   Established equality before the law

iii. Secured the right to property

OR

Three features of Ho-Chi-Minh Trail

 

 

 

 

 

H - 06

 

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