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Friday, October 09, 2015

MADHYAMIK 2014 HISTORY QUESTION PAPER DOWNLOAD

2014

HISTORY

(BIFURCATED SYLLABUS)

Time- Three Hours Fifteen Minutes
(First fifteen minutes for reading the question
paper only, 3 hours for writing)

Full Marks-90
(For Regular Candidates)

Full marks-100
(For External Candidates)

(FOR REGULAR & EXTERNAL CANDIDATES)

Special credit will be given for answers which are brief
and to the point. Marks will be deducted for spelling
mistakes, untidiness and bad handwriting.

[English Version]

(Bifurcated Syllabus)

(For Class X Syllabus Only)
1. On the outline map of India supplied, geographical
positions of certain places of historical importance
are indicated by dot (●) marks. Match them with
the list given below (any ten): 10x1=10
(a) Lahore
(b) Poona
(c) Kanpur
(d) Delhi
(e) Bassein
(f) Jhansi
(g) Lucknow
(h) Chandannagar
(i) Champaran
(j) Baroda
(k) Srirangapatnam
(l) Barasat
(m) Bareilly
(n) Simla
OR

Answer the following in one or two words each (any ten): 10X1=10
(a) By which Treaty was the Anglo-NepaleseWar ended ?
(b) In which year did Lord Cornwallis become the Governor General of Bengal ?
(c) In which year was the Calcutta Medical College founded ?
(d) Who enunciated the theory of "Drain of Wealth" ?
(e) Who is known as the 'Mother of Indian Revolution' ?
(f) Who was the editor of the 'Harijan' ?
(g) Who was known as 'Deshbandhu' ?
(h) Which Indian woman took part in the Second Round Table Conference ?
(i) Name one of the leaders of the Congress Socialist Party.
(j) Write the name of one member of the Cabinet Mission.
(k) How many states are there in the Indian Union at present ?
(l) At what age does one become eligible for the office of Prime Minister of India ?
(m) In which year was the Yalta Conference held ?
(n) Name one country which enjoys the right to exercise veto power in the U.N.O.


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