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    Social science class 9 is sectioned into four parts. CBSE Class 9 Social Science is a comprehensive study of India’s Economics, Geography, History and Civics. History and Civics together complement each other as one enlightens us about the past and the other sensitizes the students about the country’s democratic policies, its constitutions, electoral politics .Geography takes us on an interactive tour of India’s landscape focusing on the climate, weather, natural vegetation, physical features and population Economics demonstrates the story of Indian villages, poverty and food security and so much more!

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    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 1 - Democracy in the contemporary world Chapter 1 - The story of village palampur Chapter 1 - India – size and location Chapter 1 - The french revolution
    Emergence of democracy in india part-I Palampur village introduction part-I India French society during the late eighteenth century
    Emergence of democracy in india part-II Palampur village introduction part-II Location The outbreak of the revolution
    Factors promoting democracy part-I Organisation of production India and the world The struggle to survive part_1
    Factors promoting democracy part-II Farming in palampur India's neighbours The struggle to survive part_2
    Changes in the concept of democracy Is there a way one can grow more from the same land? part-I Chapter 1 - Key Points France becomes a constitutional monarchy
    Prospects for global democracy part-I Is there a way one can grow more from the same land? part-II Chapter 1 - Quiz France abolishes monarchy and becomes a republic part_1
    Prospects for global democracy part-II Chapter 1 - The story of village pallampur Mind Map France abolishes monarchy and becomes a republic part_2
    Unit 1 - Chapter 1 - Quiz Key Points The reign of terror
    Unit 1 - Chapter 1 - Key Points Mind Map The abolition of slavery
    Mind Map Mind Map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 2 - What is democracy? Why democracy? Chapter 2 - People as resource Chapter 2 - Physical features of India Chapter 2 - Socialism in europe and the russian revolution
    Some indicators of functioning democracy part-I Economic activities by men and women part-I Physical features of india part-I The russian revolution part I
    Some indicators of functioning democracy part-II Economic activities by men and women part-II Physical features of india part-II The russian revolution part II
    Alternatives to democracy part-I Quality of population part-I Gondwana land part-I The russian revolution part III
    Alternatives to democracy part-II Quality of population part-II Gondwana land part-II A turbulent time: the 1905 revolution
    Forms of democracy Health The indian desert The age of social change
    Unit 1 - Chapter 2 - Quiz Chapter 2 - People as resource The coastal plains The coming of socialism to Europe
    Unit 1 - Chapter 2 - Key Points Key Points The islands part-I The first world war and the Russian empire
    Mind Map Mind Map The islands part-II The February revolution in Petrograd
    The northern plain part I After February
    The northern plain part II The revolution of October 1917
    The peninsular plateau part I The civil war
    The peninsular plateau part II Stalinism and collectivisation
    The himalayan mountains part I Mind Map
    The himalayan mountains part II
    Chapter 2 - Key Points - Part 1
    Chapter 2 - Key Points - Part 2
    Chapter 2 - Quiz
    Mind Map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 3 - Constitutional design Chapter 3 - Poverty as a challenge Chapter 3 - Drainage Chapter 3 - Nazism and the rise of hitler
    Democracy for development Introduction Drainage part-I Hitler’s rise to power
    Contribution of the constituent assembly part-I Poverty line part - I Drainage part-II The destruction of democracy
    Contribution of the constituent assembly part-II Poverty line part - II Drainage part-III The nazi worldview
    The facts about making of the constitution Poverty estimates Drainage part-IV Establishment of the racial state
    Communal representation Inter - state disparities Drainage part-V Birth of the Weimar republic
    Power of states under the constitution Global poverty scenario The peninsular rivers The effects of the war part_1
    The guiding values: philosophy of the indian constitution part-I Causes of poverty part - I Mahanadi basin The effects of the war part_2
    The guiding values: philosophy of the indian constitution part-II Causes of poverty part - II Lakes part-I The effects of the war part_3
    Functioning of democracy in india - an assessment part-I Anti-poverty measures part - I Lakes part-II Youth in Nazi Germany
    Functioning of democracy in india - an assessment part-II Anti-poverty measures part - II River pollution Mind Map
    Unit 1 - Chapter 3 - Quiz Anti-poverty measures part - III The himalayan rivers
    Unit 1 - Chapter 3 - Key Points Chapter 3 - Poverty as a challenge The ganga river system part I
    Mind Map Key Points The ganga river system part II
    Mind Map The brahmaputra river system
    Role of rivers in the economy
    Chapter 3 - Key Points
    Chapter 3 - Quiz
    Mind Map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 4 - Electoral politics Chapter 4 - Food security in india Chapter 4 - Climate Chapter 4 - Forest society and colonialism
    How do we elect our representatives universal adult franchise What is food security? Factors affecting india's climate part-I Forest society and colonialism
    The election process How is food security affected during a calamity? Factors affecting india's climate part-II The rise of commercial forestry
    First past the post system of elections Who are food-insecure? part-I The indian monsoon How did forest rules affect cultivation
    Electoral system in operation part-I Who are food-insecure? part-II Facts related to mechanism of monsoon Who could hunt?
    Electoral system in operation part-II Food security in india The onset of the monsoon and withdrawal Rebellion in the forest part I
    Who can contest? What is the public distribution system? The seasons Rebellion in the forest part II
    Canvassing Current status of public distribution system The cold weather season (winter) Forest transformations in java
    Polling Chapter 4 - Food security in India The hot weather season (summer) Samin's challenge
    Political parties part-I Key Points Advancing monsoon (the rainy season) part-I War and deforestation
    Political parties part-II Mind Map Advancing monsoon (the rainy season) part-II Mind Map
    Representation of women Retreating monsoon (the transition season)
    Reservations for special categories Distribution of rainfall
    Unit 2 - Chapter 1 - Quiz Monsoon as a unifying bond
    Unit 2 - Chapter 1 - Key Points Chapter 4 - Key Points
    Mind Map Chapter 4 - Quiz
    Mind Map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 5 - Working of institutions Chapter 5 - Natural vegetation and wildlife Chapter 5 - Pastoralists in the modern world
    What does parliament do in our democracy? Natural vegetation and wildlife part-I Pastoralists in the modern world part I
    Composition of the lok sabha part-I Natural vegetation and wildlife part-II Pastoralists in the modern world part II
    Composition of the lok sabha part-II Natural vegetation and wildlife part-III On the plateaus, plains and deserts part I
    Functions of the parliament part-I Natural vegetation part-I On the plateaus, plains and deserts part II
    Functions of the parliament part-II Natural vegetation part-II On the plateaus, plains and deserts part III
    Functions of the parliament part-III Natural vegetation part-III Colonial Rule and Pastoral Life part I
    Functions of the parliament part-IV Wildlife part-I Colonial Rule and Pastoral Life part II
    Role of the prime minister Wildlife part-II Colonial Rule and Pastoral Life part III
    Organization of the council of ministers Ecosystem Colonial Rule and Pastoral Life part IV
    Collective responsibility The thorn forests and scrubs Colonial Rule and Pastoral Life part V
    Position and powers of the prime minister part-I Montane forests Pastoralism in Africa maasai community
    Position and powers of the prime minister part-II Mangrove forests Pastoralism in africa
    Role of the president and vice-president part-I Chapter 5 - Key Points Not all were equally affected
    Role of the president and vice-president part-II Chapter 5 - Quiz When pastures dry
    Qualification for election as president Mind Map Mind Map
    Emoluments of the presidents
    Powers and duties of the president
    Administrative powers
    Legislative powers
    Military powers
    The role of judiciary part-I
    The role of judiciary part-II
    Unit 2 - Chapter 2 - Quiz
    Unit 2 - Chapter 2 - Key Points
    Mind Map

    Social Civics Social Economics Social Geography Social History
    Chapter 6 - Democratic rights Chapter 6 - Population Chapter 6 - Peasants and farmers
    Citizen's rights in a democracy Population size and distribution part-I The coming of modern agriculture in england
    How has the concept of individual rights grown? Population size and distribution part-II New demands for grain
    Why rights need to be included in the constitution? Population size and distribution part-III The age of enclosures
    Fundamental rights Processes of population change/growth The introduction of threshing machines
    Right to freedom part-I Migration The indian farmer and opium production
    Right to freedom part-II Age composition part-I A taste for tea: trade with china
    Right against exploitation Age composition part-II Where did opium come from?
    Right to freedom of conscience Age composition part-III How were unwilling cultivators made to produce opium?
    Cultural and educational rights Chapter 6 - Key Points Bread basket and dust bowl
    How fundamental rights are protected by the judiciary? Chapter 6 - Quiz The coming of new technology
    The supreme court Mind Map The westward move and wheat cultivation_pt1
    Independence of the judiciary The westward move and wheat cultivation_pt2
    Position of the supreme court part-I Dust bowl
    Position of the supreme court part-II Mind Map
    Unit 2 - Chapter 3 - Quiz
    Unit 2 - Chapter 3 - Key Points
    Mind Map

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