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Practice set for Social Studies for Class 3

This test consists of following topics :

  1. The Earth - Our Home
  2. How our Earth Looks
  3. Our Country - India
  4. Indian States
  5. Food we Eat
  6. Indian Dressess
  7. our Festivals
  8. Means of Transport
  9. Means of communication
  10. Occupations
  11. People who help us
  12. loca administration
  13. Delhi
  14. Mumbai
  15. Kolkata
  16. Chennai
  17. Discovery of fire
  18. the story of wheel

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Duration : 60 Minutes
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Useful for Class - 3 exam
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This Practice set consist of following topics : Social Science (66) | Total Question 66

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Practice set for Social Studies for Class 3
Q.1

How many planets comprise the solar system?

A Seven
B Eight
C None
Q.2

Which former planet is now considered a 'dwarf' planet?

A Neptune
B Pluto
C Saturn
Q.3

How many area of the earth's surface is covered with watre?

A 61%
B 71%
C 81%
Q.4

The place where the sky and the earth seem to meet is called

A Horizon
B Coast
C Heaven
Q.5

The Place where land and sea meet is called

A Surface
B Coast
C Sky
Q.6

A model of the earth is called a/an

A Atas
B Globe
C Sketch
Q.7

Large water bodies are called

A Seas
B Oceans
C Rivers
Q.8

Which is the largest ocean?

A Indian Ocean
B Pacific Ocean
C Atlantic Ocean
Q.9

Which is the largest continen?

A Asia
B Africa
C Europe
Q.10

India lies in which Continent?

A Africa
B Asia
C Europe
Q.11

Which is the highest mountain in the world?

A Kanchenjunga
B Mt. Everest
C K2
Q.12

Which of the following rivrs rise in the Himalayas?

A Ganga
B Brahmaputra
C Bothe of these
Q.13

The head of the Union Government is the

A President
B Governor
C Prime Minister
Q.14

The head of the state governmet is the

A President
B Governor
C Chief Minister
Q.15

The head of ministers in a state is called the

A Prime Minister
B Chief Minister
C Governor
Q.16

The head of minister in the central government is called

A Prime Minister
B Chief Minister
C Governor
Q.17

Chandigarh is the capital of which of the following states?

A Punjab
B Haryana
C Both of these
Q.18

Dosa, idli, vada etc are dishes of people in

A Coastal areas
B South India
C Western India
Q.19

Nagpur is famous for

A Apples
B Bananas
C Oranges
Q.20

Bhubaneshwar is the capital of

A Kerala
B Tamil Nadu
C Odisha
Q.21

The most common dress of indian men living in towns and cities is

A DHoti-Kurta
B Shirt-Trusers
C Lungi-Kurta
Q.22

Which of these is a national festival?

A Independence day
B Bihu
C Diwali
Q.23

Which of these is a religious festival?

A Eid
B Pongal
C Republic Day
Q.24

Which of these is a harvest festival?

A Baisakhi
B Guruparva
C Dussehra
Q.25

Metro Rail is a means of

A Air Transport
B Land Transport
C Water Transport
Q.26

Which is the fastest and the most expesive means of transport?

A Aeroplane
B Ship
C Train
Q.27

Which animal is used for carrying large logs of wood from thick forests?

A Mule
B Pony
C Elephant
Q.28

Which anilas are used in hilly areas for travelling?

A Oxen
B Camels
C Mules and ponies
Q.29

India has one of the largest networka of

A Roadways
B Railways
C Seaways
Q.30

The process of sending and receiving messages from people is called

A Conversation
B Communication
C Transportation
Q.31

Which of these is not a means of mass communications?

A Cellular Phones
B Television
C Radio
Q.32

Nowadays, SMS is usually sent through

A Fax
B Telegram
C Cellular Phones
Q.33

Which is the fasted means of communication?

A Radio
B Telephone
C Fax
Q.34

The three national festivals are Republic Day, Independence Day and

A Eid
B Gandhi Jayanti
C Diwali
Q.35

Camels are used in

A Hilly areas
B Peninsula
C Deserts
Q.36

The process of sending and receiving message from people is called

A Transformation
B Globalisation
C Communication
Q.37

The land that is surrounding by water on three sides is called a/an

A Desert
B Peninsula
C Island
Q.38

Jamuu abd kashmir and Himachal pradesh are famous for a wide variety of

A Mangoes
B Apples
C Grapes
Q.39

The most important occupation of our country is

A Farming
B Mining
C Teaching
Q.40

Rubber is made from

A Sunflower
B Latex
C Gum
Q.41

Cooking oil is obtained from

A Flowers
B Vegetables
C Oilseeds
Q.42

Paper is a product of

A Cotton
B Wood
C Jute
Q.43

The person who delivers our letters and parcels at our doorsteps is called

A Doctor
B Postman
C Policeman
Q.44

Who give vaccination to prevent us from contracting a disease?

A Doctor
B Policeman
C teacher
Q.45

A doctor who treats sick animal is called

A Veteran Doctor
B Veterinary Doctor
C Nurse
Q.46

When is the Teacher's Day celebrated?

A 5 September
B 5 October
C 5 November
Q.47

When is the Teacher's Day celebrated?

A 5 September
B 5 October
C 5 November
Q.48

Suppose you get lost in the crowd in a fair, which of these person will you contact?

A Policeman
B Teacher
C Postman
Q.49

The head of the Municipal Corporation is called

A Panch
B Mayor
C Chairman
Q.50

Local body in a village is called

A Village Panchayat
B Village Council
C None of these
Q.51

Delhi is situated on the banks of the river

A Ganga
B Yamuna
C Ravi
Q.52

which of the following monuments is not located in Delhi?

A Gateway of India
B India Gate
C Red Fort
Q.53

The residence of the persident of india is called

A Parliament
B Rajghat
C Rashtrapati Bhawan
Q.54

The film industry of Mumbai is fondly called as

A Hollywood
B Bollywood
C Tollywood
Q.55

The most famous landmark of Mumbai is

A India Gate
B Gateway of India
C Char Minar
Q.56

The most famous festival of Mumbai is

A Holi
B Diwali
C Ganesh Chaturthi
Q.57

Kolkata is the capital of

A Odisha
B West Bengal
C Assam
Q.58

The Chief festival of Kolkata is

A Holi
B Diwali
C Durga Puja
Q.59

The main language spoken by the majority of people in kolkata is

A Hindi
B Bengali
C English
Q.60

Popular diet of the people of kolkata is

A Rice and ish
B Rajma-rice
C Dosa
Q.61

Chennai is the capital city of

A Karnataka
B Tamil Nadu
C Kerala
Q.62

Early man used tools made of

A Wood
B Stone
C Iron
Q.63

How did early man light fire?

A Using match sticks
B Rubbling pirce of stone
C Through Magic
Q.64

Early man lived by

A Hundting wild animals
B Eating fruits and roots of plants
C Both of these
Q.65

Early man lived by

A Hundting wild animals
B Eating fruits and roots of plants
C Both of these
Q.66

Early man lived by

A Hunting wild animals
B Eating fruits and roots of plants
C Both of these
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