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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 Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 1 - Power sharing Chapter 1 - Development Chapter 1 - Resources and development Chapter 1 - The rise of nationalism in europe
    Power sharing The indicators of development Types of resources: on the basis of origin The french revolution and the idea of the nation part-I
    Different forums of power sharing part-I What is the per capita income Types of resources: on the basis of exhaustibility The french revolution and the idea of the nation part-II
    Different forums of power sharing part-II Income and other criteria Types of resources: on the basis of ownership The french revolution and the idea of the nation part-III
    Outcomes and Lessons How to compare different countries or states part I Types of resources: on the basis of the status of development The french revolution and the idea of the nation part-IV
    Chapter 1 - Quiz How to compare different countries or states part II Land resources The age of revolution 1830-1948 part-I
    Chapter 1 - Key Points Public facilities Land utilization The age of revolution 1830-1948 part-II
    Mind map Some data regarding india and its neighbours for 2004 Land use pattern in india Hunger hardship and popular revolt part I
    Sustainability of development Wasteland Hunger hardship and popular revolt part II
    Key Points Land degradation and conservation measures 1848: The revolution of the liberal’s part-I
    Quiz Soil as a resource part I 1848: The revolution of the liberal’s part-II
    Mind map Soil as a resource part II The making of germany and italy
    Laterite soil Italy unified
    Arid soils The strange case of britain part-I
    Forest soils The strange case of britain part-II
    Chapter 1 - Key Points A new conservatism after_1815_part01
    Chapter 1 - Quiz A new conservatism after_1815_part02
    Mind map The making of nationalism in Europe.
    Mind map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 2 - Federalism Chapter 2 - Sectors of the indian economy Chapter 2 - Forest and wildlife resources Chapter 2 - The nationalist movement in indo-china
    Federalism and its key features part-I Sectors of indian economy introduction part-I Conservation of forest and wildlife in india part I The nationalist movement indo-china
    Federalism and its key features part-II Sectors of indian economy introduction part-II Conservation of forest and wildlife in india part II Emerging from the shadow of china
    Difference between a federal form of government and unitary form of government Historical change in sectors Project tiger Why the french thought colonies necessary
    How far the federal government is better than the unitary government? Rising importance of the tertiary sector introduction part-I Types and distribution of forest and wildlife resources part-1 Should colonies be developed ?
    Indian federalism compared with belgium Rising importance of the tertiary sector introduction part-II Types and distribution of forest and wildlife resources part-2 Hygiene, disease and everyday resistance
    Division of powers Where are most of the people employed? part-I Community and conservation The rat hunt
    An independent judiciary Where are most of the people employed? part-II Chapter 2 - Key Points The communist movement and vietnamese nationalism
    An independent election commission Chapter 2 - Sectors of the indian economy Chapter 2 - Quiz The new republic of vietnam
    Holding together type of federation Key Points Mind map The entry of the us into the war
    Sharing of powers between the centre and the states Quiz The ho chi minh trail
    Formation of linguistic states Mind map The end of the war
    Liberal language policy The_dilemma_of_colonial_education_part01
    Chapter 2 - Quiz The_dilemma_of_colonial_education_part02
    Chapter 2 - Key Points Mind map
    Mind map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 3 - Democracy and diversity Chapter 3 - Money and credit Chapter 3 - Water resources Chapter 3 - Nationalism in india
    Fight for civil rights and equality Deposits with banks Water resources part I The first world war, khilafat and non-cooperation
    The policy of apartheid as was followed by south africa Modern forms of money Water resources part II The idea of satyagraha
    Civil rights movement in the u.s.a Loan activities of banks part-I Rainwater harvesting part I The rowlatt act part-I
    When does a social difference become a social division? Loan activities of banks part-II Rainwater harvesting part II The rowlatt act part-II
    Do social differences happen only in big countries like india? Terms of credit Rainwater harvesting part III The rowlatt act part-III
    Chapter 3 - Quiz Formal sector credit in india part - I Multi-purpose river projects and integrated water resources management part - I Why non-cooperation?
    Chapter 3 - Key Points Formal sector credit in india part - II Multi-purpose river projects and integrated water resources management part - II Differing strands within the movement
    Mind map Chapter 3 - Money and credit Chapter 3 - Key Points Towards civil disobedience
    Key Points Chapter 3 - Quiz The salt march and the civil disobedience movement part - I
    Quiz Mind map The salt march and the civil disobedience movement part - II
    Mind map How 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
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    The_sense_of_collective_belonging_pt2
    Mind map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 4 - Gender, religion and caste Chapter 4 - Globalisation and the indian economy Chapter 4 - Agriculture Chapter 4 - The making of a global world
    Gender and politics Globalisation and the indian economy introduction Agriculture Silk routes link the world
    Different aspects of life in which women are discriminated part-I Production across countries Primitive subsistence farming Food travels spaghetti and potato
    Different aspects of life in which women are discriminated part-II Interlinking production across countries part-I Intensive subsistence farming Conquest disease and trade
    Gender issue with respect to politics Interlinking production across countries part-II Commercial farming Wartime transformations
    What has been done for women's representation in the political sphere in india? Foreign trade and integration of market Cropping pattern part-I Post-war recovery
    What is meant by communal politics? Chinese toys in india Cropping pattern part-II Rise of mass production and consumption part - I
    Two social groups: scheduled castes and scheduled tribes What is globalisation? Major crops part-I Rise of mass production and consumption part - II
    Other factors that people keep in mind at the time of elections other than the caste Impact of globalisation in india Major crops part-II The great depression part - I
    Role of politics in caste World trade organisation Major crops part-III The great depression part - II
    Reasons for the decline of the caste system Factors that have enabled globalisation Major crops part-IV India and the great depression
    Chapter 4 - Quiz Liberalisation of foreign trade Food crops other than grains part-I Rebuilding a world economy the post war era
    Chapter 4 - Key Points Chapter 4 - Globalisation and the indian economy Food crops other than grains part-II Post war settlement and the bretton woods institutions
    Mind map Key Points Food crops other than grains part-III The early post war years
    Quiz Food crops other than grains part-IV Decolonisation and independence
    Mind map Non-food crop part-I End of bretton woods and the beginning of globalisation
    Non-food crop part-II A world economy take shapes
    Contribution of agriculture to the national economy, employment and output Indian entrepreneurs abroad
    Food security part - I Indian trade colonialism and the global system
    Food security part - II The 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 Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 5 - Popular struggles and movements Chapter 5 - Consumer rights Chapter 5 - Minerals and energy resources Chapter 5 - The age of industrialisation
    Popular struggles movements: introduction The consumer in the marketplace part-I Mineral and energy resources Before the industrial revolution part I
    Popular struggle in nepal part I The consumer in the marketplace part-II What is a mineral? Before the industrial revolution part II
    Popular struggle in nepal part II The consumer movement Classification of minerals The coming up of the factory
    Popular struggle in bolivia Information about goods and services Mode of occurrence of minerals part-I The pace of industrial change
    Struggle in nepal and bolivia: conclusion Learning to become well-informed consumers Mode of occurrence of minerals part-II Hand labour and steam power
    What is pressure group or interest group? Case study Mode of occurrence of minerals part-III The age of indian textiles
    What are interest groups? Consumers movement part I Minerals in india: introduction Manchester comes to india
    What is a movement? Consumers movement part II Ferrous minerals Factories come up
    Jan lokpal bill movement Taking the consumer movement forward Iron ore Where did the workers come from? part I
    Types of participation in democracy Key Points Iron ore belts in india Where did the workers come from? part II
    Chapter 5 - Quiz Quiz Non-ferrous minerals : copper Small scale industries predominate
    Chapter 5 - Key Points Mind map Bauxite The peculiarities of industrial growth
    Mind map Manganese Mind 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 Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 6 - Political parties Chapter 6 - Manufacturing industries Chapter 6 - Work, life and leisure
    Political parties and their need Jute textiles Industrialisation and the rise of the modern city in england
    Functions of political parties in a democracy part-I Challenges faced by the jute industry Politics in the city
    Functions of political parties in a democracy part-II Sugar industry The city in colonial india
    How do the political parties form the public opinion? Importance of manufacturing Bombay as the city of dreams
    How many parties are good for a democracy Cotton textiles part I Cities and the challenge of the environment
    National parties and state parties Cotton textiles part II Housing and neighbourhoods_pt1
    Classification of party systems on the basis of the number of parties in the political system Iron and steel industry part I Housing and neighbourhoods_pt1
    Offering a meaningful choice of political parties to the voters Iron and steel industry part II Land reclamation in Bombay
    How many political parties should we have? part-I Aluminium smelting Marginal groups
    How many political parties should we have? part-II Chemical industries part I Men women and family in the city
    Bahujan samaj party (bsp) Chemical industries part II Social change in the city
    Regional or state parties Cement industry Transport in the city
    Chapter 6 - Quiz Chapter 6 - Key Points Mind map
    Chapter 6 - Key Points Chapter 6 - Quiz
    Mind map Mind map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 7 - Outcomes of democracy Chapter 7 - Life lines of national economy Chapter 7 - Print culture and the modern world
    How to judge democracy’s outcomes Transport: roadways part-I Print comes to europe
    Characteristics of democracy part-I Transport: roadways part-II Gutenberg and the printing press
    Characteristics of democracy part-II Transport: roadways part-III The print revolution and its impact part I
    Characteristics of dictatorship Railways The print revolution and its impact part II
    Which one is preferable? democracy and dictatorship Distribution of railways India and the world of print
    Chapter 7 - Quiz Pipelines Print culture and the modern world
    Chapter 7 - Key Points Transport: waterways Print in Japan
    Mind map Major seaports part-I Mind 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 Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 8 - Challenges to democracy Chapter 8 - Challenges to democracy Chapter 8 - Novels, society and history
    Poverty: a great challenge to democracy Poverty: a great challenge to democracy The novel comes to india
    Measures to remove poverty Measures to remove poverty Novels in the colonial world
    Poverty alleviation programme/measures part-I Poverty alleviation programme/measures part-I The new woman
    Poverty alleviation programme/measures part-II Poverty alleviation programme/measures part-II The publishing market
    Unemployment: another challenge to democracy part-I Unemployment: another challenge to democracy part-I The rise of the novel
    Unemployment: another challenge to democracy part-II Unemployment: another challenge to democracy part-II The world of the novel
    Casteism: a challenge to democracy Casteism: a challenge to democracy Women and the novel
    Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-I Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-I Mind map
    Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-II Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-II
    Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-III Gender inequality: As a challenge to democracy part-III
    Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-I Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-I
    Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-II Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-II
    Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-III Corruption: another challenge to democracy part-III
    Regional imbalance in india Regional imbalance in india
    Illiteracy in india Illiteracy in india
    Role of citizens in a democracy Role of citizens in a democracy
    Chapter 8 - Quiz Chapter 8 - Quiz
    Chapter 8 - Key Points Chapter 8 - Key Points
    Mind map Mind map

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