SSLC Social Science (EM): Post-Independent India | Model Question-answers

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SSLC Social Science (EM): Post-Independent India | Model Question-answers

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Post-Independent India

One Marks Questions

Answer: Lord Mount batten

Answer: Sardar Vallababai Patel

Answer: 1963

Answer: 1953

Answer: Dr B.R.Ambedkar

Answer: Secular

Answer: Bylukuppe

Answer: Successful in integrating the princely states.

Answer: 1948

Answer: Demanding for Vishalandra

Answer: 1949

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Two Marks Questions

Answer:
• The Nawab of this princely state had signed the agreement to join the state of Pakistan.
• His citizens revolted against him and flooded the streets.
• The king fled from the kingdom.
• The dewan requested the Indian government to the military to Junagadh to maintain law and order.
• Later Junagadh joined the Indian federation in 1949.

Answer:
• The princely state was ruled by Nizam. He wanted to remain independent.
• refused to join independent India.
• Meanwhile, under the leadership of communists the farmers of the state revolted against the Nizam and Zamindars.
• The people were angry with the cruel army called ‘Razueks? which had the patronage of Nizam.
• The government of India sent its military to fight Hyderabad and defeated the Nizam and integrated Hyderabad into India in 1948.

Three and Four Marks Questions

Answer:
Partition of India created many problems:
• Refugees Crisis
• Integration problems
• Low progress in industry and commerce
• Formation of the constitution
• Military problems
• Discrimination Gender and caste-based
• Communal violence

Answer:
• In 1947 due to the partition of India, people in thousands together migrated from Pakistan to India.
• India had to provide them shelter, employment, food, education and health care.
• Though it was a great burden for the government, it made many efforts to provide the refugees with shelter, food, land, etc.

Answer:
• Even after independence, the French had continued their hold over Pondichery Karikal, Mahe, and Chanduanagar.
• Many political parties like Congress, communists, and others wanted them to become part of India.
• As a result of all these parts got integrated in 1954.
• Pondichery became Union Territory of India in 1963.

Answer:
• A sustained movement was held to protest against the Portuguese occupation of Goa.
• Though they were ordered to vacate Goa, the Portuguese brought more armies from Africa and Europe and tried to consolidate their power over Goa.
• Sathyagrahis from all over India entered Goa and declared the exit of the Portuguese from Goa in 1955.
• In 1961, the Indian military entered Goa and took over its administration.
• Goa had remained a union territory till 1987 and later became a state.

Answer:
• Both the British government and regional governments never ruled them using the local language.
• In this background, the formation of states based on languages was desired.
• After the death of Potti Stiramulu who died after 54 days of hunger strike demanding for Vishalandhra, the demand for language-based state reorganization went up.
• In 1953, ’Reorganization of state commission’ was formed.
• Mr Fazal Ali became the president. K.M.Pannikker and H.N.Kunjru became it members.
• According to this act. 14 states and 6 union territories were formed.
• Kannada speaking regions were part of various princely states on October 14th, 1947 Mysore state came into existence.
• Now there are 29 states and 7 union territories in India including Delhi.

Answer:
• The king of Jammu and Kashmir Harisingh decided to remain independent.
• Fearing that Kashmir may join the Indian federation, Pakistan instigated the tribal Muslims to invade Kashmir.
• Finally on releasing the severity of the problem in hand, king Harisingh agreed to join India in October 1947.
• One part of Kashmir remained with Pakistan.
• India complained at UNO against Pakistan on this issue.
• UNO issued a battle truce on January I, 1949.
• The North-East part of Kashmir that was occupied by Pakistan continues to be with it and it is called Pakistan occupied Kashmir.
• The accession of Jammu and Kashmir is different from all the other accessions.

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