History And Civics 2017 Solved Paper Previous Year

History And Civics 2017 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE

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History And Civics 2017 Solved Paper Previous Year Question

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  • Answers to this Paper must be written on the paper provided separately.
  • You will not be allowed to write during the first 15 minutes.
  • This time is to be spent in reading the Question Paper.
  • The time given at the head of this paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.
  • Attempt all questions from Section I and any four questions from Section II.
  • The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].

ICSE History and Civics 2017 Paper (Solved)

Section -1 (40 Marks)

(Attempt All questions from this section)

Question 1.

(a) State any one federal feature of the Indian Constitution. [1] (b) How are the Rajya Sabha members elected? [1] (c) Who presides over the Joint Session of the two Houses of Parliament? [1] (d) Under what condition can a non-member of Parliament be made a Minister? [1] (e) When can the Speaker of the Lok Sabha cast his vote? [1] (f) When can the President use his Discretionary power to appoint the Prime Minister? [1] (g) What is meant by ‘Collective Responsibility’ of the Cabinet? [1] (h) How long can the Rajya Sabha retain the money bill sent by the Lok Sabha? [1] (i) State one other qualification required to become a Judge of the High Court, apart from Indian citizenship. [1] (j) Mention one reason to state that the Lok Adalat has its own advantage. [1]

Answers 1 :

(а) In a federal government, there is a dual set of governments – Union Government and the State Government. The Union government runs the administration of the entire country and the state governments run the administration of the respective states.

(b) The members of the Rajya Sabha from each State are elected by the elected members of the Legislative Assembly (i.e. the Lower House) of the State. This is done by means of proportional representation called the Single Transferable Voting System.

(c) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha presides over the joint sessions of the Parliament,
(d) He must be elected or nominated to the Parliament within six months.

(e) Generally, the speaker does not participate in the discussions of the House and does not take part in the voting but in case of a tie, he/she exercises his’casting vote.

(f) In the case of no single party getting a clear majority, a coalition of parties makes its claim to form the government, The President has to use his discretionary judgement and invite such a leader to head a government as Prime Minister who can provide a stable government to the country. His judgement and decision are of crucial importance.

(g) The Council of Ministers is jointly or collectively responsible to the Parliament. Once they have reached a decision after full discussion in the meeting under Prime Minister’s Chairmanship, all the Ministers must defend it inside the Parliament and in the public.

(h) 14 Days
(i) Must have held a judicial office for not less than ten years in India or should have been an advocate of High Court for ten years.
(j) A Lok Adalat delivers speedy and inexpensive justice.

Question 2.

(a) Mention any two Repressive Colonial policies of Lord Lytton. [2] (b) Name the two main Associations that were the precursors of the Indian National Congress. [2] (c) Give the names of two leaders who led the Home Rule Movement in India. [2] (d) What was the Khilafat Movement? [2] (e) State anv two provisions of the Rowlatt Act passed bv the Government in 1919. [2] (f) Mention any two objectives of the Indian National Army. [2] (g) Why did Mahatma Gandhi start his historic march to Dandi? [2] (h) State the significance of the Policy of Appeasement as a cause for the Second World War. [2] (i) Give the reason as to why Japan invaded China. [2] (j) Mention any two functions of UNESCO in the field of Education. [2]

Answers 2:

(a)

 (i) In 1877, he lowered the maximum age limit for the I.C.S. examination from 21 to 19 years, thus making it impossible for the Indians to compete for it,

(ii) He introduced Vernacular Press Act and Indian Arms Act, Both these were passed to pursue the policy of racial discrimination.

(b)

 (i) The Indian National Association.
(ii) The East India Association.

(c) Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Annie Besant.
(d) The movement was launched after the First World War by two Ah brothers, Muhammed Ah and Shaukat Ah to protest against the injustice done to the Muslims of Turkey and to protest against the threat to the position and the dignity of the Turkish Sultan.

(e)

 (i) The Act gave enormous powers to the government to redress pohtical activities, and allowed detention of pohtical prisoners without a trail for two years.
(ii) The pohce could search a place and arrest any person they disapproved without warrant.

(f) (i) The aim of the army was to overthrow the British Raj in colonial India, with Japanese assistance.
(ii)To estabhsh an Interim Government.

(g)

 (i) Lahore Session and the Demand for Complete Independence : The failure of the British Government to give Dominion Status to India and several other developments in 1929 hardened the Congress attitude. So, at its Lahore Session, presided over by Jawaharlal Nehru in December, 1929, the Congress passed resolution of ‘Puma Swaraj’, and also took steps to launch a programme of Civil Disobedience.

(ii) Gandhi’s Eleven Demands : On 30th January, 1930 Mahatma Gandhi in a statement, put forward Eleven Demands to correct two injustices done to the Indians, but Gandhiji’s demands were declared to be unrealistic by the Viceroy.

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