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    CBSE Class 10 Social Science

    Enhance your knowledge and marks by taking online school classes for class 10 social science designed by Takshila Learning with NCERT guide/solutions, Notes, videos, study material, sample question paper on ICSE/CBSE and various state board exams.

    “Encyclopedic CBSE syllabus with Periodic assessments.”

    The studying of social sciences instills in the students awareness about the issues related to their own person, surroundings, locality, country and the world. A deep understanding of civic issues is mandatory to raise a socially alert, liberal and progressive generation. Takshila learning specially crafted social science study material for class 10 with interactive audio-visual aid, real life footage, and pictures of events is based on the stringent guidelines of NCERT/ CBSE/ ICSE and is therefore the perfect choice for a streamlined national level syllabus.

    “Study National and Global issues.”
    As far as the syllabus is concerned, it is definitely extensive and covers a wide range of topics both of national and international importance. The social science curriculum includes five main divisions which are: contemporary India, India and the contemporary world, Understanding Indian economy ,Political Science and Disaster Management. These five segments sensitize the students about world’s changing processes like nationalism, industrialization, globalization, print media and culture.

    “Test your knowledge with extensive test strategies.”

    Explored in detail, after going through them, a student would learn how these movements are and have been affecting our country and the word in general. Children are also instructed in subjects such as resource development (management of industries, forests, minerals, water and food)
    Indian Economy and the factors which affect it are studied. Political science is also a major component of social science for class 10 along with disaster management studies which is very practical and informative. Not only this, the specialty of our online tutor is that it is highly interactive and makes the whole learning experience a joyride because our content is equipped with awesome audio and video clips, animations and lots of exercises with subjective and objective questions.

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    Syllabus

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 1 - Power sharingChapter 1 - DevelopmentChapter 1 - Resources and developmentChapter 1 - The rise of nationalism in europe
    Power sharingThe indicators of developmentTypes of resources: on the basis of originThe french revolution and the idea of the nation part-I
    Different forums of power sharing part-IWhat is the per capita incomeTypes of resources: on the basis of exhaustibilityThe french revolution and the idea of the nation part-II
    Different forums of power sharing part-IIIncome and other criteriaTypes of resources: on the basis of ownershipThe french revolution and the idea of the nation part-III
    Outcomes and LessonsHow to compare different countries or states part ITypes of resources: on the basis of the status of developmentThe french revolution and the idea of the nation part-IV
    Chapter 1 - QuizHow to compare different countries or states part IILand resourcesThe age of revolution 1830-1948 part-I
    Chapter 1 - Key PointsPublic facilitiesLand utilizationThe age of revolution 1830-1948 part-II
    Mind mapSome data regarding india and its neighbours for 2004Land use pattern in indiaHunger hardship and popular revolt part I
    Sustainability of developmentWastelandHunger hardship and popular revolt part II
    Key PointsLand degradation and conservation measures1848: The revolution of the liberal’s part-I
    QuizSoil as a resource part I1848: The revolution of the liberal’s part-II
    Mind mapSoil as a resource part IIThe making of germany and italy
    Laterite soilItaly unified
    Arid soilsThe strange case of britain part-I
    Forest soilsThe strange case of britain part-II
    Chapter 1 - Key PointsA new conservatism after_1815_part01
    Chapter 1 - QuizA new conservatism after_1815_part02
    Mind mapThe making of nationalism in Europe.
    Mind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 2 - FederalismChapter 2 - Sectors of the indian economyChapter 2 - Forest and wildlife resourcesChapter 2 - The nationalist movement in indo-china
    Federalism and its key features part-ISectors of indian economy introduction part-IConservation of forest and wildlife in india part IThe nationalist movement indo-china
    Federalism and its key features part-IISectors of indian economy introduction part-IIConservation of forest and wildlife in india part IIEmerging from the shadow of china
    Difference between a federal form of government and unitary form of governmentHistorical change in sectorsProject tigerWhy the french thought colonies necessary
    How far the federal government is better than the unitary government?Rising importance of the tertiary sector introduction part-ITypes and distribution of forest and wildlife resources part-1Should colonies be developed ?
    Indian federalism compared with belgiumRising importance of the tertiary sector introduction part-IITypes and distribution of forest and wildlife resources part-2Hygiene, disease and everyday resistance
    Division of powersWhere are most of the people employed? part-ICommunity and conservationThe rat hunt
    An independent judiciaryWhere are most of the people employed? part-IIChapter 2 - Key PointsThe communist movement and vietnamese nationalism
    An independent election commissionChapter 2 - Sectors of the indian economyChapter 2 - QuizThe new republic of vietnam
    Holding together type of federationKey PointsMind mapThe entry of the us into the war
    Sharing of powers between the centre and the statesQuizThe ho chi minh trail
    Formation of linguistic statesMind mapThe end of the war
    Liberal language policyThe_dilemma_of_colonial_education_part01
    Chapter 2 - QuizThe_dilemma_of_colonial_education_part02
    Chapter 2 - Key PointsMind map
    Mind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 3 - Democracy and diversityChapter 3 - Money and creditChapter 3 - Water resourcesChapter 3 - Nationalism in india
    Fight for civil rights and equalityDeposits with banksWater resources part IThe first world war, khilafat and non-cooperation
    The policy of apartheid as was followed by south africaModern forms of moneyWater resources part IIThe idea of satyagraha
    Civil rights movement in the u.s.aLoan activities of banks part-IRainwater harvesting part IThe rowlatt act part-I
    When does a social difference become a social division?Loan activities of banks part-IIRainwater harvesting part IIThe rowlatt act part-II
    Do social differences happen only in big countries like india?Terms of creditRainwater harvesting part IIIThe rowlatt act part-III
    Chapter 3 - QuizFormal sector credit in india part - IMulti-purpose river projects and integrated water resources management part - IWhy non-cooperation?
    Chapter 3 - Key PointsFormal sector credit in india part - IIMulti-purpose river projects and integrated water resources management part - IIDiffering strands within the movement
    Mind mapChapter 3 - Money and creditChapter 3 - Key PointsTowards civil disobedience
    Key PointsChapter 3 - QuizThe salt march and the civil disobedience movement part - I
    QuizMind mapThe salt march and the civil disobedience movement part - II
    Mind mapHow participants saw the movement part-I
    How participants saw the movement part-II
    Rebellion in the countryside part I
    Rebellion in the countryside part II
    The limits of civil disobedience part I
    The limits of civil disobedience part II
    Swaraj in the plantations
    The_sense_of_collective_belonging_pt1
    The_sense_of_collective_belonging_pt2
    Mind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 4 - Gender, religion and casteChapter 4 - Globalisation and the indian economyChapter 4 - AgricultureChapter 4 - The making of a global world
    Gender and politicsGlobalisation and the indian economy introductionAgricultureSilk routes link the world
    Different aspects of life in which women are discriminated part-IProduction across countriesPrimitive subsistence farmingFood travels spaghetti and potato
    Different aspects of life in which women are discriminated part-IIInterlinking production across countries part-IIntensive subsistence farmingConquest disease and trade
    Gender issue with respect to politicsInterlinking production across countries part-IICommercial farmingWartime transformations
    What has been done for women's representation in the political sphere in india?Foreign trade and integration of marketCropping pattern part-IPost-war recovery
    What is meant by communal politics?Chinese toys in indiaCropping pattern part-IIRise of mass production and consumption part - I
    Two social groups: scheduled castes and scheduled tribesWhat is globalisation?Major crops part-IRise of mass production and consumption part - II
    Other factors that people keep in mind at the time of elections other than the casteImpact of globalisation in indiaMajor crops part-IIThe great depression part - I
    Role of politics in casteWorld trade organisationMajor crops part-IIIThe great depression part - II
    Reasons for the decline of the caste systemFactors that have enabled globalisationMajor crops part-IVIndia and the great depression
    Chapter 4 - QuizLiberalisation of foreign tradeFood crops other than grains part-IRebuilding a world economy the post war era
    Chapter 4 - Key PointsChapter 4 - Globalisation and the indian economyFood crops other than grains part-IIPost war settlement and the bretton woods institutions
    Mind mapKey PointsFood crops other than grains part-IIIThe early post war years
    QuizFood crops other than grains part-IVDecolonisation and independence
    Mind mapNon-food crop part-IEnd of bretton woods and the beginning of globalisation
    Non-food crop part-IIA world economy take shapes
    Contribution of agriculture to the national economy, employment and outputIndian entrepreneurs abroad
    Food security part - IIndian trade colonialism and the global system
    Food security part - IIThe nineteenth century
    Do you know why foodgrains productions has remained stagnant or fallen for six consecutive years?Mind map
    Chapter 4 - Key Points
    Chapter 4 - Quiz
    Mind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 5 - Popular struggles and movementsChapter 5 - Consumer rightsChapter 5 - Minerals and energy resourcesChapter 5 - The age of industrialisation
    Popular struggles movements: introductionThe consumer in the marketplace part-IMineral and energy resourcesBefore the industrial revolution part I
    Popular struggle in nepal part IThe consumer in the marketplace part-IIWhat is a mineral?Before the industrial revolution part II
    Popular struggle in nepal part IIThe consumer movementClassification of mineralsThe coming up of the factory
    Popular struggle in boliviaInformation about goods and servicesMode of occurrence of minerals part-IThe pace of industrial change
    Struggle in nepal and bolivia: conclusionLearning to become well-informed consumersMode of occurrence of minerals part-IIHand labour and steam power
    What is pressure group or interest group?Case studyMode of occurrence of minerals part-IIIThe age of indian textiles
    What are interest groups?Consumers movement part IMinerals in india: introductionManchester comes to india
    What is a movement?Consumers movement part IIFerrous mineralsFactories come up
    Jan lokpal bill movementTaking the consumer movement forwardIron oreWhere did the workers come from? part I
    Types of participation in democracyKey PointsIron ore belts in indiaWhere did the workers come from? part II
    Chapter 5 - QuizQuizNon-ferrous minerals : copperSmall scale industries predominate
    Chapter 5 - Key PointsMind mapBauxiteThe peculiarities of industrial growth
    Mind mapManganeseMind map
    Non-metallic minerals
    Conservation of minerals
    Energy resources
    Conventional sources of energy
    Petroleum
    Natural gas
    Electricity
    Chapter 5 - Key Points
    Chapter 5 - Quiz
    Mind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 6 - Political partiesChapter 6 - Manufacturing industriesChapter 6 - Work, life and leisure
    Political parties and their needJute textilesIndustrialisation and the rise of the modern city in england
    Functions of political parties in a democracy part-IChallenges faced by the jute industryPolitics in the city
    Functions of political parties in a democracy part-IISugar industryThe city in colonial india
    How do the political parties form the public opinion?Importance of manufacturingBombay as the city of dreams
    How many parties are good for a democracyCotton textiles part ICities and the challenge of the environment
    National parties and state partiesCotton textiles part IIHousing and neighbourhoods_pt1
    Classification of party systems on the basis of the number of parties in the political systemIron and steel industry part IHousing and neighbourhoods_pt1
    Offering a meaningful choice of political parties to the votersIron and steel industry part IILand reclamation in Bombay
    How many political parties should we have? part-IAluminium smeltingMarginal groups
    How many political parties should we have? part-IIChemical industries part IMen women and family in the city
    Bahujan samaj party (bsp)Chemical industries part IISocial change in the city
    Regional or state partiesCement industryTransport in the city
    Chapter 6 - QuizChapter 6 - Key PointsMind map
    Chapter 6 - Key PointsChapter 6 - Quiz
    Mind mapMind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 7 - Outcomes of democracyChapter 7 - Life lines of national economyChapter 7 - Print culture and the modern world
    How to judge democracy’s outcomesTransport: roadways part-IPrint comes to europe
    Characteristics of democracy part-ITransport: roadways part-IIGutenberg and the printing press
    Characteristics of democracy part-IITransport: roadways part-IIIThe print revolution and its impact part I
    Characteristics of dictatorshipRailwaysThe print revolution and its impact part II
    Which one is preferable? democracy and dictatorshipDistribution of railwaysIndia and the world of print
    Chapter 7 - QuizPipelinesPrint culture and the modern world
    Chapter 7 - Key PointsTransport: waterwaysPrint in Japan
    Mind mapMajor seaports part-IMind map
    Major seaports part-II
    Airways
    Communication part-I
    Communication part-II
    International trade part-I
    International trade part-II
    Tourism as a trade
    Chapter 7 - Key Points
    Chapter 7 - Quiz
    Mind map

    Social CivicsSocial EconomicsSocial GeographySocial History
    Chapter 8 - Challenges to democracyChapter 8 - Challenges to democracyChapter 8 - Novels, society and history
    Poverty: a great challenge to democracyPoverty: a great challenge to democracyThe novel comes to india
    Measures to remove povertyMeasures to remove povertyNovels in the colonial world
    Poverty alleviation programme/measures part-IPoverty alleviation programme/measures part-IThe new woman
    Poverty alleviation programme/measures part-IIPoverty alleviation programme/measures part-IIThe publishing market
    Unemployment: another challenge to democracy part-IUnemployment: another challenge to democracy part-IThe rise of the novel
    Unemployment: another challenge to democracy part-IIUnemployment: another challenge to democracy part-IIThe world of the novel
    Casteism: a challenge to democracyCasteism: a challenge to democracyWomen and the novel
    Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-IGender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-IMind map
    Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-IIGender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-II
    Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-IIIGender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-III
    Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-ICorruption: another challenge to democracy part-I
    Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-IICorruption: another challenge to democracy part-II
    Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-IIICorruption: another challenge to democracy part-III
    Regional imbalance in indiaRegional imbalance in india
    Illiteracy in indiaIlliteracy in india
    Role of citizens in a democracyRole of citizens in a democracy
    Chapter 8 - QuizChapter 8 - Quiz
    Chapter 8 - Key PointsChapter 8 - Key Points
    Mind mapMind map

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