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Jai Hind IAS Academy is one of the reputed academies of its kind in South India that encompasses a crew of well-experienced, talented, and passionate people who want to join hands in building a bright and successful career for all the service-minded aspirants. The challenges of the competitive world are always dynamic and hence its important that we get ourselves updated and adapted to the new challenges and find newer and smarter ways to tackle them. We began the career with the same objective in mind. This academy believes in smarter work than just hard work. Undoubtedly, there is no…

10th Indian Economy

INDIAN ECONOMY AFTER INDEPENDENCE

I. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER: 1. Five Year plan in India was borrowed from Soviet Russia 2. Eleventh Five Year Plan Period is 2007-2012 3. Chairman of Planning commission of India is Prime Minister of India 4. Planning Commission of India was setup in the year 1950 5. Nehru decided that India would be a Mixed Economy 6. Green Revolution was introduced in the year 1967 7. Bhoodan Movement was started by Acharya Vinobhabhave 8. Which year has a special significance in Indian Economy? 1991 9. The organization which is responsible for research and development in the area of Satellite…

10th Indian Economy

National Income

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. National Income is otherwise called Gross National Product 2. National income of a country can be calculated by 3 methods 3. Net National Product = GNP – Depreciation 4. India’s Per capita income is 950 dollars 5. Primary sector consists of Agriculture 6. National Income is a measure of Total value of goods & services 7. Expenditure method estimates national income from the Savings side 8. Income method sums all forms of Income 9. Percapita Income is an indicator of Living Standard of people 10. Primary sector contribution to national income in India is…

10th Civics

CONSUMER RIGHTS

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. A person one who gives final utility to a commodity is Consumer 2. The customer are exploited by the Traders 3. The Right to information Act was passed by the Parliament on 12th October 2005 4. World consumer day is celebrated on March 15 5. The Magna Carta of consumers COPRA 6. One of the planning schemes to create awareness among the consumers Trade fair II. Answer the following in brief: 1. How are the customers exploited? Mention any two forms The consumers are exploited by manufacturers and traders in different ways.The goods being…

10th Civics

UNITY IN DIVERSITY

I. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER: 1. The ancient religion of our country is Vedic region 2. Recognised official languages of India 22 3. Language is the means of Communication 4. Thembavani is related to Christianity 5. Buddha Poornima is celebrated by the Buddhist 6. They play an important part in fostering unity and integration Music and dance II. Answer the following in brief: 1. Why is India called the “Museum of human race”? India has a population of more than hundred Crores made up of diverse ethnic groups, castes, religions, speaking hundreds of languages.It had made it both a museum…

10th Civics

DEMOCRACY

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. The most popular form of Government in modern days Democracy 2. Direct Democracy existed in ancient Greece 3. Telugu Desam is a Regional party 4. If two parties exist in a country, it is called Bi-party system 5. The opposition party leader will be given the status of a Cabinet Minister 6. To contest an election a person should be above the age of 25 7. The body of the elected representatives at the Central level is known as Parliament 8. The status of election commissioner is equivalent to that of the Supreme Court…

10th Civics

India and World Peace

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. India is a country with an unbounded faith in Peace 2. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru’s five principles of peace are named as Pancha Sheel 3. Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was signed in 1963 4. India brought a resolution in the UN General Assembly in favour of disarmament in 1956 5. Apartheid was abolished in 1990 6. The first Secretary General of SAARC was Ashan II. Answer the following in brief 1. Mention the important aspects of India’s policy for promoting peace. The important aspects of India’s policy for promoting peace Promoter of world peacePanchasheelDis-Armament and…

10th Geography

Remote Sensing

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. Maps created by using aerial photographs are called ___ maps Ortho photo 2. The Object under study is known as _________ Target 3. The device to detect the Electro Magnetic Radiation is _____ Sensor II. Match the following 1. Ground Survey  Many Months 2. Remote Sensing  Short span of time 3. Hot air balloon  French Map makers 4. Airplanes  Systematic aerial images 5. TIROS  USA II. Short answers: 1. What is meant by remote sensing? Remote - far away Sensing - getting information Remote Sensing can be defined as the collection of data about…

10th Geography

India – Trade, Transport and Communication

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. Trade carried on within the domestic territory of a country is known as ___ trade. Internal 2. Trade blocs are created to make the ___ trade easier. Multi-Lateral 3. Cost efficient and most popular mode of transport in our country is __ Roadways 4. The headquarters of Indian Railways is Delhi 5. The costliest and most modern means of transport is Air Transport II. Match the following 1. Village Road  (Village) Panchayat 2. District Road  Corporations 3. Central Railways  Mumbai 4. Southern Railways  Chennai 5. Northern Railways  Delhi IV. Short answers 1. What is…

10th Geography

Environmental Issues

I. Choose the correct answer: 1. Natural Nutrient enrichment of streams and lakes is Eutrophication 2. The main cause for natural air pollution Volcanic eruption 3. Contamination of air is called Air pollution II. Answer the following questions: 1. What is Water pollution? Water pollution is any chemical, physical or biological change in the quality of water that has a harmful effect on any living thing that drinks or uses or lives in it. 2. List out the major Air pollutants. The source of pollutants is both natural and man-made. Volcanic eruptions, wind erosion, are the natural causes of air…