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CBSE Class 8 Social Science

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Crafted by experts,CBSE/ ICSE class 8 Social science content has four segments. Each section handles a different need for social knowledge. Geography caters to making the students learn about the natural resources like water, land, wildlife, natural vegetation, and most importantly the human resources. Political and Social life teach the students about the Indian constitution, duties, laws, judicial system of our country, the criminal justice system and public facilities of India.

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Syllabus

Social CivicsSocial GeographySocial History
Unit 1 - The indian constitution and secularismChapter 1 - ResourcesChapter 1 - How, when and where
Role of the constitutionResourcesHow important are dates?
Dowry systemNatural resourcesWhich dates?
Laws and dissent satyagraha (AD 1930)Abiotic or biotic resourcesHow do we know?
Anti-liquor agitation post 1947Human made resourcesSurveys become important
Ideals of the constitution - introductionHuman resources
Adoption of our constitution part-IConserving resources
Adoption of our constitution part-IIChapter 1 - Key Points
Features of our constitutionQuiz
Important features of our constitution
Sovereign
Federation
Socialism
Justice, liberty, equality and fraternity part-I
Justice, liberty, equality and fraternity part-II
Citizenships
India - a secular state
India - a democratic republic part-I
India - a democratic republic part-II
Fundamental rights
Right to equality
Right to freedom
Right against exploitation
Right to freedom of religion
Right to constitutional remedies
Fundamental duties part-I
Fundamental duties part-II
Fundamental duties part-III
Unit 1.1 - Quiz
Unit 1.2 - Quiz
Unit 1.1 - Key Points
Unit 1.2 - Key Points

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Unit 2 - Parliament and the making of lawsChapter 2 - Land, soil, water, natural vegetation and wildlife resourcesChapter 2 - From trade to territory
The parliamentary system of governance: introductionLand useEast india company comes east
The parliamentConservation of land resourcesEast india company begins trade in bengal
Types of billsSoilBattle of plassey part I
Stages in the life of a billSoil profileBattle of plassey part II
Joint sittingDegradation of soil and conservation measuresBattle of plassey part III
Money billsWaterCompany rule expands
Parliament: other functionsConservation of water resourcesTipu sultan – the tiger of mysore
Financial controlNatural vegetation and wildlifeThe doctrine of lapse
Judicial functionsConservation of natural vegetation and wildlifeSetting up a new administration
An organ of informationChapter 2 - Key Points - Part 1
The presidentChapter 2 - Key Points - Part 2
Powers of the presidentQuiz
Legislative powers
Judicial powers
The vice-president
Council of ministers
Civil services
Working of civil servants
Union government: introduction
Distribution of the legislative subjects
The parliament part-I
The parliament part-II
Lok sabha
Procedure for election
Eligibility for candidates
Rajya sabha
Parliament in session
Salaries and allowances of the members of parliament
Unit 2.1 - Quiz
Unit 2.2 - Quiz
Unit 2.1 - Key Points
Unit 2.2 - Key Points

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Unit 3 - The judiciaryChapter 3 - Mineral and power resourcesChapter 3 - Ruling the countryside
JudiciaryMineral and power resourcesRuling the countryside
The supreme court part-ITypes of mineralsA new system is devised
The supreme court part-IIDistribution of mineralsWhy the demand for indian indigo?
High courtsDistribution in indiaBritain turns to india
Subordinate courtsUses of mineralsHow was indigo cultivated?
Panchayat courtsConservation of mineralsIndigo on the land of ryots
Lok adalatsPower resources conventional sourcesThe blue rebellion and after part I
Role of police and courts: introductionNon-conventional sources of energyThe blue rebellion and after part II
Role of police and courts: introduction - IIChapter 3 - Key Points - Part 1
Role of police and courts: introduction - IIIChapter 3 - Key Points - Part 2
First information reportQuiz
How to file an F.I.R ?
Unit 3.1 - Quiz
Unit 3.2 - Quiz
Unit 3.1 - Key Points
Unit 3.2 - Key Points

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Unit 4 - Social justice and the marginalisedChapter 4 - AgricultureChapter 4 - Tribals, dikus and the vision of a golden age
Untouchability - a social evil: introductionPrimary activitiesHow did tribal groups live?
Mahatma gandhi’s role in the upliftment of harijansSubsistence farmingSome herded animals
Constitutional provisions and other efforts against untouchability part-IPrimitive subsistence agricultureHow did colonial rule affect tribal lives? part I
Constitutional provisions and other efforts against untouchability part-IINomadic herdingHow did colonial rule affect tribal lives? part II
Our constitution to remove untouchabilityCommercial farmingHow did colonial rule affect tribal lives? part III
Unit 4.1 - QuizMajor crops IThe tribal rebellion part I
Unit 4.2 - QuizMajor crops IIThe tribal rebellion part II
Unit 4.1 - Key PointsAgricultural developmentThe tribal rebellion part III
Unit 4.2 - Key PointsChapter 4 - Key Points
Quiz

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Unit 5 - Economic presence of the governmentChapter 5 - IndustriesChapter 5 - When people rebel
Tackling poverty part - IClassification of industries part-IWhen people rebel 1857 and after
Tackling poverty part - IIClassification of industries part-IIA mutiny becomes a popular rebellion
UnemploymentClassification of industries part-IIIFrom meerut to delhi
Rising prices part - IIndustrial systemThe rebellion spreads
Rising prices part - IIDistribution of major industriesThe company fights back
Economic planning: five year plansIron and steel industries part-IAftermath
Five years plans agricultureIron and steel industries part-II
Agrarian reformsTata iron and steel company, jamshedpur
Industrial development under the five years plansPittsburgh
Public facilities - introductionCotton textile industry
Public facilities - a case studyTextile centres: ahmedabad
Public facilities - government's role part ITextile centres: osaka
Public facilities - government's role part IIChapter 5 - Key Points
Public facilities - where does the government get money for public facilities?Chapter 5 - Quiz
Public facilities - water as a part of the fundamental right to life
Unit 5.1 - Quiz
Unit 5.2 - Quiz
Unit 5.1 - Key Points
Unit 5.2 - Key Points

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Chapter 6 - Human resourcesChapter 6 - Colonialism and the city
Distribution of populationColonialism and the city
Factors affecting distribution of population part-IThe making of new delhi
Factors affecting distribution of population part-IIPlanning a new capital
Factors affecting distribution of population part-IIILife in the time of partition part I
Factors affecting distribution of population part-IVLife in the time of partition part II
Patterns of population change
Key Points
Chapter 6 - Quiz

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Chapter 7 - Weavers, iron smelters and factory owners
Weavers, iron smelters and factory owners
Indian textiles in european markets
The decline of indian textiles
Cotton mills come up
The sword of tipu sultan and wootz steel
Iron and steel factories come up in india

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Chapter 8 - Civilising the “Native”, Educating the Nation
How the british saw education part I
How the british saw education part II
How the british saw education part III
What happened to the local schools? part I
What happened to the local schools? part II
What happened to the local schools? part III
The agenda for a national education part I
The agenda for a national education part II
The agenda for a national education part III

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Chapter 9 - Women, Caste and Reform
Working towards change
Girls begin going to school
Women write about women
Caste and social reform
Demands for equality and justice
Gulamgiri
B r ambedkar and his quest for equality

Social CivicsSocial GeographySocial History
Chapter 10 - The Changing World of Visual Arts
New forms of imperial art part I
New forms of imperial art part II
What happened to the court artists?
The new popular indian art part I
The new popular indian art part II
The search for a national art part I
The search for a national art part II

Social CivicsSocial GeographySocial History
Chapter 11 - The Making of the National Movement: 1870 - 1947
The emergence of nationalism
A nation in the making
Freedom is our birthright
The rowlatt satyagraha
Khilafat agitation and the non cooperation movement
The happenings of 1922 - 1929
The march to dandi
Quit india and later
Towards independence and partition part I
Towards independence and partition part II

Social CivicsSocial GeographySocial History
Chapter 12 - India After Independence
India after independence
A constitution is written part I
A constitution is written part II
A constitution is written part III
A constitution is written part IV
A constitution is written part V
How were states to be formed? part I
How were states to be formed? part II
Planning for development

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