ONLINE COURSE Class 8 Social Studies CBSE Board

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Social Studies Class 8 CBSE Online Course

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Course Syllabus

Topic 2: Key Features of the Indian Constitution
Topic 1: What is Secularism?
Topic 2: What is Indian Secularism?
Topic 1: Why should People Decide?
Topic 2: People and their Representatives
Topic 3: The Role of the Parliament
Topic 4: Who are the People in Parliament?
Topic 1: Do Laws Apply to All?
Topic 2: How Do New Laws Come About?
Topic 3: Unpopular and Controversial Laws
Topic 1: How Important are Dates?
Topic 2: How do We Know?
Topic 1: East India Company Comes East
Topic 2: Company Rule Expands
Topic 3: Setting up a New Administration
Topic 1: How Did Tribal Groups Live?
Topic 2: How Did Colonial Rule Affect Tribal Lives?
Topic 3: A Closer Look
Topic 1: The Company Becomes the Diwan
Topic 2: Crops for Europe, The “Blue Rebellion” and After
Topic 1: Policies and the People
Topic 2: Through the Eyes of the People
Topic 3: A Mutiny Becomes a Popular Rebellion
Topic 4: The Company Fights Back
Topic 5: Aftermath
Topic 1: What is the Role of the Judiciary?
Topic 2: What is an Independent Judiciary?
Topic 3: What is the Structure of Courts in India?
Topic 4: What are the Different Branches of the Legal System?
Topic 5: Does Everyone Have Access to the Courts?
Topic 1: Indian Textiles and the World Market
Topic 2: The sword of Tipu Sultan and Wootz steel
Topic 1: How The British Saw Education
Topic 2: What Happened to the Local Schools?
Topic 3: The Agenda for a National Education
Topic 1: Types of resources
Topic 2: Conserving Resources
Topic 1: Land and Soil Resources
Topic 2: Water Resources
Topic 1: What is the Role of the Police in Investigating a Crime?
Topic 2: What is the Role of the Public Prosecutor?
Topic 3: What is the Role of the Judge?
Topic 4: What is a Fair Trial?
Topic 1: Types of Minerals
Topic 2: Distribution of Minerals
Topic 3: Conventional Sources
Topic 4: Non- Conventional Sources
Topic 1: Farm System
Topic 3: Agricultural Development
Topic 1: What Does it Mean to be Socially Marginalised?
Topic 2: What are Adivasis?
Topic 3: Adivasis and Stereotyping
Topic 4: Adivasis and development
Topic 5: Minorities and Marginalisation
Topic 6: Conclusion
Topic 1: Working Towards Change
Topic 2: Caste and Social Reform
Topic 1: Classification of Industries
Topic 2: Factors Affecting Location of Industries, Industrial Systems and Regions
Topic 4: Cotton Textile Industry
Topic 1: Distribution and Density of Population
Topic 2: Population Change
Topic 3: Patterns of Population Change & Population Composition
Topic 1: The Emergence of Nationalism
Topic 2: The Growth of Mass Nationalism
Topic 3: The March to Dandi
Topic 4: Quit India and Later
Topic 1: A New And Divided Nation
Topic 2: Constitution is Written
Topic 3: How Were States to be Formed?
Topic 4: Planning for Development
Topic 5: The Nation, Sixty Years On
Topic 1: Invoking Fundamental Rights
Topic 2: Laws For The Marginalised
Topic 3: Protecting the Rights of Dailts And Adivasis
Topic 4: Adivasi Demands and the 1989 Act & Conclusion
Topic 1: Water and the people of Chennai
Topic 2: Water as Part of the Fundamental Right to Life
Topic 3: Public Facilities
Topic 4: The Government's Role
Topic 5: Water Supply to Chennai: Is it Available to All?
Topic 6: In Search of Alternatives & Conclusion
Topic 1: What is a Worker's Worth?
Topic 2: Enforcement of Safety Laws

Assignments

Chapter 1 Political Science_1. The Indian Constitution
Chapter 2 Political Science_2. Understanding Secularism
Chapter 3 Political Science_3. Why Do We Need a Parliament?
Chapter 4 Political Science_4. Understanding Laws
Chapter 5 History_1. How, When and Where
Chapter 6 History_2. From Trade to Territory
Chapter 7 History_4. Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Chapter 8 History_3. Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 9 History_5. When People Rebel 1857 and After
Chapter 10 Political Science_5. Judiciary
Chapter 11 History_6. Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Chapter 12 History_7. Civilising the Native Educating The Nation
Chapter 13 Geography_1. Resources
Chapter 14 Geography_2. Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Chapter 15 Political Science_6. Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Chapter 16 Geography_3. Minerals and Power Resources
Chapter 17 Geography_4. Agriculture
Chapter 18 Political Science_7. Understanding Marginalisation
Chapter 19 History_8. Women, Caste and Reform
Chapter 20 Geography_5. Industries
Chapter 21 Geography_6. Human Resources
Chapter 22 History_9. The Making of the National Movement: 1870s--1947
Chapter 23 History_10. India After Independence
Chapter 24 Political Science_8. Confronting Marginalisation
Chapter 25 Political Science_9. Public Facilities
Chapter 26 Political Science_10: Law and Social Justice
Chapter 1 Political Science_1. The Indian Constitution
Chapter 2 Political Science_2. Understanding Secularism
Chapter 3 Political Science_3. Why Do We Need a Parliament?
Chapter 4 Political Science_4. Understanding Laws
Chapter 5 History_1. How, When and Where
Chapter 6 History_2. From Trade to Territory
Chapter 7 History_4. Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Chapter 8 History_3. Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 9 History_5. When People Rebel 1857 and After
Chapter 10 Political Science_5. Judiciary
Chapter 11 History_6. Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Chapter 12 History_7. Civilising the Native Educating The Nation
Chapter 13 Geography_1. Resources
Chapter 14 Geography_2. Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Chapter 15 Political Science_6. Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Chapter 16 Geography_3. Minerals and Power Resources
Chapter 17 Geography_4. Agriculture
Chapter 18 Political Science_7. Understanding Marginalisation
Chapter 19 History_8. Women, Caste and Reform
Chapter 20 Geography_5. Industries
Chapter 21 Geography_6. Human Resources
Chapter 22 History_9. The Making of the National Movement: 1870s--1947
Chapter 23 History_10. India After Independence
Chapter 24 Political Science_8. Confronting Marginalisation
Chapter 25 Political Science_9. Public Facilities
Chapter 26 Political Science_10: Law and Social Justice

MCQs

Chapter 1 Political Science_1. The Indian Constitution
Chapter 2 Political Science_2. Understanding Secularism
Chapter 3 Political Science_3. Why Do We Need a Parliament?
Chapter 4 Political Science_4. Understanding Laws
Chapter 5 History_1. How, When and Where
Chapter 6 History_2. From Trade to Territory
Chapter 7 History_4. Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Chapter 8 History_3. Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 9 History_5. When People Rebel 1857 and After
Chapter 10 Political Science_5. Judiciary
Chapter 11 History_6. Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Chapter 12 History_7. Civilising the Native Educating The Nation
Chapter 13 Geography_1. Resources
Chapter 14 Geography_2. Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Chapter 15 Political Science_6. Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Chapter 16 Geography_3. Minerals and Power Resources
Chapter 17 Geography_4. Agriculture
Chapter 18 Political Science_7. Understanding Marginalisation
Chapter 19 History_8. Women, Caste and Reform
Chapter 20 Geography_5. Industries
Chapter 21 Geography_6. Human Resources
Chapter 22 History_9. The Making of the National Movement: 1870s--1947
Chapter 23 History_10. India After Independence
Chapter 24 Political Science_8. Confronting Marginalisation
Chapter 25 Political Science_9. Public Facilities
Chapter 26 Political Science_10: Law and Social Justice

Examination Kit

1. Past Years Question Papers Social Studies Class 8 - 2020
2. Past Years Question Papers Social Studies Class 8 - 2019
3. Past Years Question Papers Social Studies Class 8 - 2018
4. Past Years Question Papers Social Studies Class 8 - 2017
4. Past Years Question Papers Social Studies Class 8 - 2016
Sample Papers Set - 1
Sample Papers Set - 2
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Sample Papers Set - 4
Sample Papers Set - 5
Sample Papers Set - 6
Sample Papers Set - 7
Model Test Paper - 1
Model Test Paper - 2
Model Test Paper - 3
Model Test Paper - 4
Model Test Paper - 5
Model Test Paper - 6
Model Test Paper - 7

NCERT Solutions For Mathematics

Chapter 1 Political Science_1. The Indian Constitution
Chapter 2 Political Science_2. Understanding Secularism
Chapter 3 Political Science_3. Why Do We Need a Parliament?
Chapter 4 Political Science_4. Understanding Laws
Chapter 5 History_1. How, When and Where
Chapter 6 History_2. From Trade to Territory
Chapter 7 History_4. Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Chapter 8 History_3. Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 9 History_5. When People Rebel 1857 and After
Chapter 10 Political Science_5. Judiciary
Chapter 11 History_6. Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Chapter 12 History_7. Civilising the Native Educating The Nation
Chapter 13 Geography_1. Resources
Chapter 14 Geography_2. Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Chapter 15 Political Science_6. Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Chapter 16 Geography_3. Minerals and Power Resources
Chapter 17 Geography_4. Agriculture
Chapter 18 Political Science_7. Understanding Marginalisation
Chapter 19 History_8. Women, Caste and Reform
Chapter 20 Geography_5. Industries
Chapter 21 Geography_6. Human Resources
Chapter 22 History_9. The Making of the National Movement: 1870s--1947
Chapter 23 History_10. India After Independence
Chapter 24 Political Science_8. Confronting Marginalisation
Chapter 25 Political Science_9. Public Facilities
Chapter 26 Political Science_10: Law and Social Justice

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