Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has completed ICSE class 10 History paper, on March 11, 2020. The paper started at 11:00 am and concluded by 1:00 pm. Students were give 02 hours to attempt and complete the entire question paper. Part I of ICSE Class 10th history paper is of 30 marks and Part II of 50 marks. Students can check the complete solution for ICSE Class 10th History board exam here. Now to know the questions and their answers in ICSE 10th History paper 2020 check the content below.
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ICSE History Question Paper 2020
ICSE 10th History question paper 2020 is a combined paper dividing into two parts. Part 1 and Part 2 of the question paper consists of questions on Civics and History. Overall, the exam was moderate in the difficulty and students are expecting ICSE results to be good. You can check it from below.
ICSE 10th History Paper Solutions 2020
Here are the solutions for all the questions in the exam.
Q-A) – Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
Q-B) – The term ‘session’ means the period during which the members of the parliament gather to conduct the business of parliament.
Q-C) – Speaker of the Lok Sabha (Lower House of Parliament) is the presiding officer of the House and is elected from amongst its own members.
Q-D) – One third members of the Rajya Sabha retire after every second year and a member who is elected for full term services retire in a period of six years.
Q-E) – The president of India
Q-F) – 5 years
Q-G) – The Prime Minister of India is appointed by the President of India.
Q-H) – Parliament
Q-I) – Supreme Court and High Court
Q-J) – Lok Adalats deliever fast and inexpensive justice and they reduce the workload of other courts.
Q-A) – Two contributions by Bipin Chandra Pal are as follows:
- He was a journalist and edited ‘New India’ through which he spread the fire of patriotism. It further roused the nationalist sentiments among the people.
- During the anti-partition movement he toured the country with the message of Swadeshi and Boycott.
- Bipin Chandra Pal advocated national education to make the youth fight against the British rule.
Q-B). The two methods adopted by Early nationalist to achieve their aims were as follows:
- Passive resistance, non-cooperation with the British Government by boycotting foreign goods were the common methods of the Assertive Nationalists.
- Relied on constitutional and peaceful methods and avoiding violence and confrontation.
Q-C). Bengal was partitioned in East and West by Lord Curzon on this day.
Q-D). Shaukat Ali, Mohammad Ali Jauhar, Hakim Ajmal Khan and Abul Kalam Azad (any two is correct).
Q-E). Two causes for the non-cooperation movement is as follows (any of these two is correct):
- Resentment at the British after the war
- Home Rule Movement
- Economic hardships due to World War I
- The Rowlatt Act and the Jallianwala Bagh massacre
- The Khilafat Movement
Q-F). Two major objectives of Forward Bloc are as follows:
- Liberate India with the help and support of the workers, peasants, youth and all the other radical organisations.
- Other objective was to establish a classless society.
Q-G). The term ‘imperialism’ means a system in which a powerful nation gathers more and more powers and exploits its colonies.
Q-H). Two reasons for the rise of Fascism are:
- Dissatisfaction with theory of versatiles.
- Economic crisis in Italy
- Political instability
- Efficient leadership in Mussolini
Q-I). League of Nations & United Nations
Q-J). UNICEF – United Nations International Children Emergency Fund; WHO – World Health Organization.
ICSE 10th History and Civics Question Paper Pattern 2020
As said earlier ICSE class 10th History and civics question paper is a single paper only. Here we are with the entire pattern of the question papers. Let’s have a quick glance over the content mentioned below.
The question paper consists of two parts – Part 1 and Part 2.
Part 1 : This part have only two questions. The first question is from Civics and the second question is from History. Question 1 have 10 internal questions of 1 mark each. While the question 2 have 10 internal questions of 2 marks each. The total weightage of Part 1 is 30 marks.
Part 2: The second part consists of two sections- Section A and Section B. Section A is of Civics and Section B is of History. Civics section has 3 questions out of which students need to attempt only 2 questions. Now, the History section has total 5 questions out of which students need to attempt only 3 questions in all.
So, this is the overview of ICSE 10th History question paper 2020. Check out the paper of the year 2020 with their solutions from the link provided in the above section.
Check Date for Next ICSE Class 10th Exam 2020
Students can check the complete Class 10th date sheet for the further exams to be conducted by CISCE for Class 10th from the table below.
|13 Mar 2020|
|Physics- Science Paper 1|
|14 Mar 2020|
|Art Paper 3 (Original Composition)|
|16 Mar 2020|
|Chemistry- Science Paper 2|
|18 Mar 2020|
Ao- Naga, Assamese, Bengali, Dzongkha, Garo, Gujarati, Kannada,
khasi, Lepcha, Mizo, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskrit,
Tamil, Tangkhul, Telugu, Urdu
Modern Foreign Languages:
Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Modern American,
Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, Tibetan
|20 Mar 2020|
|Geography- H.C.G Paper – 2|
|21 Mar 2020|
|Art Paper 4 (Applied Art)|
|23 Mar 2020|
|Group III Elective|
Carnatic Music, Commercial Applications,
Computer Applications. Cookery, Drama, Economic Applications,
Environmental Applications, Fashion Designing, French, German,
Hindustani Music, Home Science, Indian Dance,
Mass Media & Communication, Physical Education,
Spanish, Western Music, Yoga
Technical Drawing Applications
|26 Mar 2020|
|27 Mar 2020|
|Economics (Group II Elective)|
|30 Mar 2020|
|Biology- Science Paper 3|
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