The Making of Global World MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science India and the Contemporary World Part- History

Q1. Common foods like potatoes, groundnuts, maize, tomatoes, chillies, sweet potatoes were introduced in

(i) Europe
(ii) China
(iii) Africa
(iv) Australia

(i) Europe

Q2. What is Hosay?

(i) Christmas celebrations
(ii) New Year celebrations
(iii) Holi and Diwali celebrations
(iv) Muharram procession, in which workers of all races and religions joined.

(iv) Muharram procession, in which workers of all races and religions joined.

Q3. The IMF and the World Bank commenced financial operations in:

(i) 1927
(ii) 1937
(iii) 1947
(iv) 1957

(iii) 1947

Q4. Who discovered the vast continent, later known as America?

(i) Vasco da Gama
(ii) Christopher Columbus
(iii) V.S. Naipaul
(iv) None of these

(ii) Christopher Columbus

Q5. The First World War was fought mainly in

(i) Asia
(ii) Europe
(iii) America
(iv) Africa.

(ii) Europe

Q6. Chutney music was created by the:

(i) Indo-Caribbean people
(ii) Indian migrants
(iii) People in Mauritius
(iv) People in Fiji Islands.

(i) Indo-Caribbean people

Q7. The country that had made huge sacrifices to defeat Nazi Germany was:

(i) USA
(ii) Japan
(iii) Soviet Union
(iv) England

(iii) Soviet Union

Q8. Who discovered the vast continent, later known as America?

(i) Vasco da Gama
(ii) Christopher Columbus
(iii) V.S. Naipaul
(iv) None of these

(ii) Christopher Columbus

Q9. What was the Bretton wood system?

(i) Post war the military system
(ii) Post war political system
(iii) Post war international economic system
(iv) None of these

(iii) Post war international economic system

Q10. From the mid-19th century, faster industrial growth in Britain led to:

(i) higher income.
(ii) unemployment in rural Britain.
(iii) migration of people to Britain.
(iv) the arrival of women industrial workers.

(i) higher income.

Q11. Many indentured labourers stayed on even after their contract was over. The notable descendants are :

(i) V.S. Naipaul
(ii) Shivnarine Chanderpaul
(iii) Ramnaresh Sarwan
(iv) All of the above.

(iv) All of the above.

Q12. The Great Depression began around 1929 and lasted till the:

(i) Mid-1940s
(ii) Mid-1980s
(iii) Mid-1950s
(iv) Mid-1920s

(ii) Mid-1980s

Q13. Who among the following is a Nobel Prize winner?

(i) V.S. Naipaul
(ii) J.M. Keynes
(iii) Shivnarine Chanderpaul
(iv) Ramnaresh Sarwan

(i) V.S. Naipaul

Q14. Which food traveled west from china to be called “Spaghetti’?

(i) Soya
(ii) Groundnuts
(iii) Potato
(iv) Noodles

(iv) Noodles

Q15. Name the place and the year of United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference:

(i) China, 1911
(ii) Tokyo, 1944
(iii) Vietnam, 1939
(iv) Bretton Woods in New Hampshire, USA, 1944

(iv) Bretton Woods in New Hampshire, USA, 1944

Q16. When Corn Laws were abolished :

(i) Food grains could be imported
(ii) Prices became cheaper
(iii) Large areas of land were left uncultured
(iv) All of the above.

(iv) All of the above.

Q17. Fordist industrial practices was widely copied in Europe in the:

(i) 1940s
(ii) 1930s
(iii) 1920s
(iv) 1910s

(iii) 1920s

Q18. Tamil migrants went to

(i) Ceylon and Malaya
(ii) Mauritius and Fiji
(iii) Trinidad and Guyana
(iv) Ceylon and Surinam

(i) Ceylon and Malaya

Q19. Which was the Tabled city of gold?

(i) Peru
(ii) Mexico
(iii) El Doeodo
(iv) Spain

(iii) El Doeodo

Q20. In which country did the Great Depression start?

(i) Britain, 1929
(ii) France, 1930
(iii) USA, 1929
(iv) Germany, 1929

(iii) USA, 1929

Q21. The most important cause of the great depression was :

(i) Loss of employment
(ii) Overproduction in industries
(iii) Overproduction in agriculture, leading to fall of prices
(iv) Closure of banks and industries.

(ii) Overproduction in industries

Q22. The US economy resumed its strong growth in the early:

(i) 1920s
(ii) 1930s
(iii) 1940s
(iv) 1950s

(i) 1920s

Q23. The silk routes linked Asia with

(i) Europe
(ii) Africa
(iii) both (i) & (ii)
(iv) America

(iii) both (i) & (ii)

Q24. The concept of an assembly line to produce automobiles is adopted by whom?

(i) Henry Ford
(ii) Ramesh Sarwan
(iii) T.cuppola
(iv) None of these

(i) Henry Ford

Q25. Which of the following is not a economic exchange?

(i) Flow of Labour
(ii) Flow of Capital
(iii) Flow of Knowledge
(iv) Flow of Trade

(iii) Flow of Knowledge

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