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Check CBSE Class 12 History Sample Paper and Marking Scheme for Term 2 Board Exam 2022. Practice sample papers to familiarize yourself with the paper pattern and know the difficulty level of the questions. Check the marking scheme for answers and mark distribution pattern.

The board exam for CBSE Class 12th Term 2 History paper will be conducted on June 10. Students appearing for the exam are suggested to solve CBSE Class 12 History sample papers for self assessment and last minute revision. CBSE Class 12 History Term 2 Sample Paper 2022 which is released by the board is useful to understand the paper pattern and check the difficulty level of the questions. The sample paper with answers and marking scheme can be downloaded from the link given at the end of this article.

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CBSE Term 2 Class 12th Sample Paper 2021-22: History Paper Marking Scheme

This question paper will be divided into four sections – Sections A, B, C and D. All these questions will be compulsory.

Check out the section description below:

Section-A: The questions will be of short answer type questions of 3 marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 80 words.

Section-B: The question will consist of long answer type questions carrying 6 marks. The answer to this question should not exceed 150-200 words.

Section-C: The questions will consist of case-based questions carrying 4 marks each with sub-sections.

Section-D: Questions will be map based, carrying 2 marks

There will be no overall choice in the question paper but there will be an internal choice.

CBSE Term 2 Class 12th History Sample Paper 2021-22: Questions With Answers

Answer the following questions:

  1. In the Constituent Assembly of India, Dr. B.R. Describe the role of Ambedkar.

Answer. Role of Dr B R Ambedkar in the Constituent Assembly of India.

(i) He served as the chairman of the drafting committee of the constitution.

(ii) He pledged for the abolition of untouchability

(iii) He wanted “a strong and united centre”

(iv) He demanded equal rights.

(v) He was in favor of parliamentary democracy

(vi) any other relevant point

  1. Critically analyze the Fifth Report which was presented to the British Parliament in 1813.

Answer. (i) This was the fifth series of reports on the administration and activities of the East India Company in India.

(ii) It ran in 1002 pages, with over 800 pages of appendices that reproduced the petitions of landlords and riots, reports of collectors and districts.

(iii) It contained information about the company’s misgovernance and maladministration.

(iv) Many British merchants wanted a share in the company’s trade in India and insisted on openness to British manufacturers in India

(v) any other relevant point

  1. Examine the policies adopted by the British towards the hills during the 18th century.

Answer. (i) The British adopted the policy of destruction.

(ii) The British proposed a policy of peace with the Paharia chiefs to ensure proper conduct.

(iii) The Paharias moved into the mountains and deep forests and continued their war against the outsiders

(iv) Many Paharia chieftains who accepted allowances came to be treated as subordinate staff or stipendiary chiefs, so they lost their authority within the community.

(v) any other relevant point

  1. Rumors and predictions played a part in motivating people to act.’ Explain this statement with reference to the Revolt of 1857.

Answer. (i) There was a rumor that the new cartridges contained the fat of cows and pigs which would pollute their caste and religion.

(ii) Rumors about the British trying to destroy the religion of Indians by mixing the dust of the bones of cows and pigs in the flour

(iii) There was fear and suspicion that the British wanted to convert Indians to Christianity.

(iv) There were rumors that the British had mixed the dust of cow and pig bone in the flour sold in the market.

(v) Prophecy: The response to the call to action was confirmed by the prediction that British rule would end on 23 June 1857, the centenary of the Battle of Plassey.

(vi) any other relevant point

  1. Describe the role of any six prominent leaders of northern India who fought against the British in the Revolt of 1857.

(i) Nana Sahib, the successor of Peshwa Bajirao II, became the leader of the rebellion in Kanpur.

(ii) Rani Lakshmibai took over the leadership of the rebellion in Jhansi.

(iii) In Arrah, Bihar, Kunwar Singh, a local zamindar became the leader under popular pressure

(iv) In Lucknow, Nawab Wajid Ali Shah’s young son Birjis became the leader of the rebellion against the annexation of Qadr State

(v) Gonu, a tribal farmer from Singhbhum in Chotanagpur, became the rebel leader of the Kol tribals of the area.

(vi) Shah Mal organized the villagers of Pargana Barodi

(vii) any other relevant point

Answer the following yourself:

Quit India Movement was actually a mass movement which brought hundreds of thousands of common Indians under its purview. Explain this statement with suitable examples.

‘Gandhiji mobilized widespread discontent against British rule in the Salt Satyagraha.’ Explain the statement with suitable examples

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