CBSE Set Set1 History Sample Test Papers For Class 12th for students online
Q.1 Mention any two social legislation's introduced by the British in India before 1857 (2 marks)
Q.2. Describe the causes of the rivalries and conflicts among the European countries in India in the Eighteenth Century. How were they finally resolved? (5 marks)
Q.2 Describe the measures adopted by
the British Government in the field of education. What was their impact on
Q.3. Describe the developments that led to the battle of Buxar. What were its consequences? (8 marks)
Q. Mention the British economic
policy, which led to the impoverishment of the Indian peasantry.
Q.4. The revolt of 1857 marked the closing of an era and the beginning of a new one in the history of British
Q.5. Give the main reasons for the backwardness of the Muslim Community and also state the role played
Q. 5 Point out, with reasons, the changes in the British policy towards Indian states after1857.
Q.6 How did the British rule hamper the growth of modern industries in India? (5 marks)
Q. Explain the main issues of women's emancipation which were raised by the social reformers in the 19th century.
Q.7. Examine the main causes for the unrest in India before the first half of the 19th century, which were at the root of the revolt of 1857. (5 marks)
Q. Did the revolt of 1857 have a
popular character? Give arguments to support your answer.
Q.8. Mention any two unpopular measures of Lord Lytton which led to an agitation against the British rule. (2 marks)
Q.9. "It is said that the idea
of socialism brought about changes in the nature of National Movement". Do
you agree with this Movement? Substantiate your answer with arguments. (5 marks)
Q. What were the causes of frequent
occurrence of famines India in the 19th century?
Q.10.Explain the forces that weakened the caste system in India under the British rule. (5 marks)
Q. Explain the conditions of people
living in the princely states and how they were brought in the mainstream of
India's freedom struggle.
Q.11. Read the following questions carefully and answer the questions that follow: "The earlier movements had been in the nature of preparatory training for the final struggle. The movement of 1942, however, was intended to be the last stage in the struggle and there the supreme sacrifice of one's life was required to attain independence. The call was "do or die" (Quit India Movement , Dr. R. Prasad.)
(a) How did the earlier movements launched by Gandhiji impart preparatory training for the final stage? (2 marks)
(b) Why did the Congress ask the British to "Quit India"? (2 marks)
(c) Give the main features of the "Quit India " movement. (4 marks)
Give the main features of the Indian
Council Acts of 1909. Why did it fail to satisfy the aspirations of the people?
Q .12 On the given outline map of India, mark and show the following: Any five major Indian states in 1947.
On the given outline map of India,
mark and show the following: Expert of the Maratha territory in 1805 with any
four of its important centres. (6 marks)
Q.13. What was the Atlantic Charter?
Q.14. What were the causes behind the out break of the First World War? (5 marks)
Q.15. List any four points suggested by Wilson for maintaining peace after the First World War. (2 marks)
Q.16. Trace the rise of the United States of America as major industrial and imperialist power by the end of the 19th century. (8 marks)
Q. What was the impact of the
Russian Revolution of 1917 on the World countries.
Q. Explain the main features of
Japan's role in the World affairs between 1919 to 1939.
Q.19. Analyze the factors responsible for the rapid collapse of Imperialism after the Second World War.
Q. What was the basic reason of the
Economic crisis in 1929 in USA.
Q. 21. Assess the contribution of Raja Ravi Verma in the field of art. (2 marks)
Q. What was the Renaissance
movement? In which countries was it started ?
Q. 22 How have the developments in communications led to changes in the spread of information? (2 marks)
Q.23. On a given outline map of Europe, mark and show the following with their names. Two countries annexed by Germany before 1939 and three countries annexed after 1939.
Any five newly independent countries formed after the First World War. (5 marks)