SSLC Exam 2024 : Social Part 1 Most Probable Questions based on Previous Papers

SSLC Exam 2024 : Social Part 1 Most Probable Questions based on Previous Papers

SSLC Exam 2024 Social Science Part 1 most Probable Questions based on the SSLC Previous exam papers, The chapter Wise (History, Political Science Sociology) Most Probable Questions are being prepared on the basis of the SSLC Previous exam papers

The SSLC students appearing for the Exams 2024 scheduled from 25th March 2024 can refer these Social Science Part 1 (History, Political Science, Sociology) questions and plan their preparations for the upcoming Social Science Exams 

Social Science Exam Paper to consist of 38 Questions for 80 Marks (History Consist of 25 Marks , Political Science 11 Marks, Sociology 8 Marks, Geography 22 Marks, Economics 7 Marks, Business Studies 7 Marks)

8 MCQ Questions for 8 Marks (History 2, Sociology – 2, Political Science- 1, Geography – 1, Economics – 1, Business Studies – 1) 8 Questions of 2 Marks each (History 2, Political Science – 1, Sociology – 1, Geography – 2, Economics – 1, Business Studies – 1)

9 Questions of 3 Marks each (History – 3, Sociology – 1, Political Science – 1, Geography – 2, Business Studies – 1, Economics – 1), 4 Questions of 4 Marks each (History – 2, Political Science -1, Geography – 1), 5 Marks 1 Question (Draw India Map and Locate Places)




Social Science Concepts to prepare – Discovery of Sea Route to India, Battle of Plassey, Blue Water treaty, Constantinople, Afonso de Albuquerque Achievements, Carnatic, Anglo Mysore, Anglo Sikh, Anglo Maratha War Treaties,  Subsidiary Alliance, Doctrine of Lapse, Cornwallis Achievements, Ryotwari System, Permanent Land Settlement system, Mahalwari System,

2, 3 and 4 Mark HISOTRY

Social Science (History Chapters) to refer for 2, 3 and 4 marks questions – Advent of Europeans to India Chapter (Consequences after discovery of sea route to India, Battle of Plassey, Battle of Plassey – Reasons, Outcomes, Dual Government, rise and decline of the Dutch in India),

The Extension of British Rule Chapter (Subsidiary alliance, Doctrine of Lapse – Conditions, Expansion, States that come under it, Anglo Maratha War, II Peshwa Madhava Roa, Capture of Allahabad)

The Impact of British Rule in India Chapter refer the concepts (Administrative and Judicial System, Police System, Military System, Land taxes Policies – Permanent Zamindar System, Mahalwari System, Ryotwari System, Modern Education System –

Impact of British Education in India Chapter refer the concepts What are the provisions of Regulating act, Minto Morley Act, Pitts India Act 1784, Charter Acts, British Government Acts, Indian Councils Acts, Government of India Acts)

Opposition to British Rule  in Karnataka Chapter refer the concepts – (Wodiyars of Mysore – Raja Wodiyar, Chikkadevaraja Wodiyar, Krishnaraja Wodiyar IV, Chamarajendra Wodiyar X, Jayachamaraja Wodiyar – Contributions, Bedas of Halagali, Anglo Mysore Wars, Personalities – Kittur Rani Chenamma, Sangolli Rayanna, Puttabasappa, Rebellion of Surapura and Koppal),

Social and Religious Reformation Movements Chapter refer the concepts (Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj Prarthana Samaj, Satyashodak Samaj, Aligarh Movement, Ramakrishna Mission, Theosophical Society, – Vision, Preaching’s, reforms)

The First War of Indian Independence Chapter Refer the concepts (Reasons for failure of the revolt, Effects of the revolt, Causes for the First War of Independence – Political, Economics, Military)

The Freedom Struggle Chapter refer the concepts (Moderates, Extremists and Revolutionaries, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Jawaharlal Nehru, Subhas Chandra Bose, Dr B R Ambedkar contributions, Non-co-operation movement, Civil Disobedience Movement, Quit India Movement, Farmers and Labours protests, Tribal Movements – This Chapter likely to carry 3 / 4 Mark questions

India after Independence Chapter Refer the concepts (Integration of provinces of Goa, Hyderabad, Junagadh, Linguistic formation of state) this chapter likely carry 1, 2 mark questions, World Wars & India’s Role – Refer I World War, II World War – Reasons, Outcomes, Immediate reasons)


Social Science (Political Science Chapters) to refer for 2, 3 and 4 marks questions – Challenges of India and their remedies carry usually 3 or 4 Mark question, Refer the concepts (Steps taken by Government to raise status of Women, Steps to control corruption, Steps to eradicate and control Population Explosion, Poverty, Measures to improve literacy, Communalism),

India’s Relationship with other countries (India and Russia, India and China, Why is is necessary to maintain good relationship with other countries) World Challenges and India’s role Chapter refer the concepts (Denial of Human Rights, Terrorism – Measures, Problems, World Organisations Chapter – 3 or 4 Marks Questions to refer are UNO Aims and objectives, Organs and functions, Achievements, Agencies – WHO, FAO, UNESCO, UNICEF, SAARC)

2, 3 and 4 Mark SOCIOLOGY

Social Science (Sociology Chapters) to refer for 2, 3 and 4 marks questions – Social Stratification Chapter, Refer the concepts (What is meant by social stratification?, What is meant by prejudices? What are the constitutional and legal measures undertaken to eradicate untouchability?, Gandhiji’s opinion about untouchability)

Work and Economic Life Chapter, Refer the concepts (Unemployment – Causes, Remedies, Problems, Effects, What are the differences between organized and unorganized workers? Explain the nature of discrimination in labour, Equal wages act) Collective Behaviour and Protests – Refer the concepts (Chipko movement, Silent Valley movement, Narmada movement, Appiko movement, Agitation against Kaiga, Riot, Mob – Definitions, Differences, Self Help Groups)

Social challenges – Important chapter to score marks, refer the concepts (Problem, Constitutional provisions, Solutions, effects, reasons of Child Labour, Child Marriage, Dowry, Harassment of Women, Female Foeticide and Female Infanticide)

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