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ICSE 2012 History and Civics

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Class X Subject History and Civics Marks: 80 Time: Two Hours Part I (30 Marks) Attempt all questions from this Part Question 1] a. Who is the real executive Head of the State? [1] b. By whom and on whose advise are the Ministers appointed in the State? [1] c. Why is an ordinance regarded as a temporary measure? [1] d. How can the Governor of a State be removed from the office? [1] e. What is meant by the Motion of Thanks to the President? [1] f. Is there a Constitutional bar on persons, who are not Members of Parliament becoming Ministers? Give justification for your answer. [1] g. Mention one discretionary power of President in electing the Prime Minister. [1] h. What position is accorded to the Leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha? [1] i. Who can only introduce the Money Bill in the Lok Sabha? [1] j. The Maharashtra Legislative Council consists of 97 members, what should be the quorum of the same to start with its session? [1] Question 2] a. Why Congress was split into two groups? [2] b. Name any two Repressive Acts passed by Lord Lytton. [2] c. Why anti-partition Bengal movement was not a total success? [2] d. Name the two European scholars who worked for rediscovery of India s Past. [2] e. What was Hindi-Urdu controversy about? State its impact. [2] f. Give any two criticisms against moderates. [2] g. Mention the importance of Uniting for Peace Resolution of 1950 in maintaining Peace in the world. [2] h. How unemployed soldiers and disproportion between them led to 1857 s uprising? [2] i. Name the Executive organ of the United Nations and its main responsibility. [2] j. Give any two examples that violate the Human Rights. [2] Part II (50 Marks) Section A Attempt any two questions from this section Question 3] With reference to the Union Executive organ of the Indian Parliament, explain the following: a. Relation of the Prime Minister to the President. b. Position of the Prime Minister and Chief Minister at their respective level. c. Checking of Executives by the Parliament. [3] [4] [3]

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