History and Civics is H.C.G. Paper 1. Maximum Marks are 40 and time allowed is one and a half hours. The question papaer is divided into two parts.
(Attempt all questions from this Part)
Question 1: Choose the correct answers to the questions from the given options. 
(i) The procedure to remove the President is called ________ .
(ii) The term of office of the Vice President is ________ .
(a) Five years
(b) Six years
(c) Two years
(d) Ten years
(iii) The ________ is considered to be the Leader of the Lok Sabha.
(c) Vice President
(d) Prime Minister
(iv) The power of the Supreme Court to review laws passed by Union Legislature is ________ .
(a) Revisory Jurisdiction
(b) Advisory Jurisdiction
(c) Original Jurisdiction
(d) Judicial Review
(v) The High Court judges are appointed by the ________.
(b) Prime Minister
(d) Chief Justice of India
(vi) Which of the following was not a common ideology of the dictators?
(a) Faith in totalitarian rule
(b) One party and One Leader
(c) Faith in Communism
(d) Aggressive Nationalism and Imperialism
(vii) The International Court of Justice consists of ______ judges.
(viii) The non-permanent members of the Security Council are elected by the members of _______.
(a) General Assembly
(b) International Court of Justice
(c) The Trusteeship Council
(d) The Secretariat
(ix) The Treaty of Versailles mandated Germany to pay a war reparation of ________.
(a) 35 billion dollars
(b) 40 billion dollars
(c) 33 billion dollars
(d) 50 million pounds
(x) Which of these countries was not part of the Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis?
(Attempt any one question from this Section)
The executive power of the Indian Union is vested in the President of India. In this context, answer the following questions:
The Supreme Court is the head of the entire system of judiciary. In this context, answer the following questions:
(Attempt any two questions from this Section)
With reference to the First World War, answer the following questions:
Look at the picture given and answer the questions that follow: