Leading coaching class AR Carrier Point has released the Bihar Board class 10 Social Science viral question paper 2022 on the streaming platform Youtube. The examination is scheduled to be held from 9.15 to 12.15 for a duration of 3 hours, for Social Science (111) and from 1:45 pm to 4:30 pm for Social Science (211). Candidates who are going to appear in the BSEB Class 10 Social Science can check out the viral questions curated by AR Carrier Point. These important questions have been compiled by subject experts who have been teaching and mentoring students in this subject.
As per the BSEB Class 10 Social Science syllabus, there are going to be 100 questions from topics such as Rise of Nationalism in Europe, Making of a Global World, Print Culture and the Modern World, and Nationalism in India. Candidates can expect questions only from these chapters.
BSEB 2022 Class 10 Social Science Question Paper
The viral question paper of BSEB Class 10 Social Science released by AR Carrier Point has highlighted the following important questions:
Ques: When is International Women’s Day celebrated?
Ans: 8 March
Ques: Who gave the title of Mahatma to Gandhiji?
Ans: Rabindra Nath Tagore
Ques: In which city was Guru Gobind Singh born?
Ques: Rousseau was the philosopher of which country?
Ques: Which of the following is a renewable source?
Ques: Earth Summit was held in which city during 1929?
Ans: Rio de Janerio
Ques: The leading producer of rice in the country?
Ans: West Bengal
Ques: The raw material of the Cotton textile industry is?
Ques: When was the National Commission for Women act in 1961 set up?
Ques: When did the first five-year plan begin in India?
Read the entire question paper from the link below –
Students who are to appear on the second shift of the Bihar Board Class 10 Social Science exam, can practice these questions before the examination to ace the exam with high marks. The coaching class has kept the structure of the question paper similar to the one similar to that of the board. Along with this, it also helps in getting accustomed to the level of the questions.