Ncert Class 10 Social Science

Social Science is one of the major subjects in Class 10 which you can’t ignore, mostly students give their best in Maths and Science, but neglect Social Science and this will become a very big mistake.
Social Science is the study of our past, our earth’s geography, and our political environment.
In Class 10th NCERT Book of Social Science you are going to read these subjects;
History
In history, we mostly study life during the past and special events that occur in the past like war, and death.
The chapter that Class 10th History covers are given below with important points:

  • The rise of Nationalism in Europe
  • The French Revolution and the Idea of the Nation
  • The Making of Nationalism in Europe
  • The Age of Revolutions: 1830-1848
  • The Making of Germany and Italy
  • Visualizing the NationNationalism and Imperialism
  • Nationalism in India
  • The First World War
  • Khilafat and Non – Cooperation
  • Differing Strands within the Movement
  • Towards Civil Disobedience
  • The Sense of Collective Belonging
  • Making of a Global World.
  • The Pre-modern world
  • The Nineteenth Century (1815-1914)
  • The Interwar Economy
  • Rebuilding a World Economy: The Post-War Era
  • The Age of Industrialization.


After reading this chapter you will become more familiar with these below-given concepts
Before the Industrial Revolution, hand Labour and Steam Power, The Peculiarities of Industrial Growth, Market for Goods, Industrialization in the colonies and Factories Come Up
Print Culture and the Modern world


This chapter deals with the development of print in East Asia and the expansion of print in India and Europe. This chapter also deals with the effect due to print media on society.


Civics


The chapter that Class 10th Civics covers are given below important points:
Power-sharing
This chapter deals with the concept of power-sharing. In this chapter with the help of the story of Sri Lanka and Belgium. This chapter discusses why power sharing is important and the types of power-sharing.

Federalism


After reading this chapter you will come to know the meaning of Federalism, How India is a Federal Country and India’s Centralization.


Democracy and Diversity


This chapter makes you familiar with the division in society and the effect of social division on our politics.


Gender, Religion and Caste


This chapter deals with differences on the basis of religion, caste, and gender. You will get to know that the differences due to these bases are good or bad for a democratic country.


Popular Struggle and Movements


This chapter discusses famous struggles and how Movements and groups affect politics


Political Parties


This whole chapter discusses political parties, the needs of political parties, important political parties in India and the obstacles faced by political parties.


Outcomes of Democracy


This chapter deals with the actual and expected outcomes of democracy. This chapter on the basis of economic growth and development, reduction of inequality, reduction of inequality and poverty, dignity and freedom of the citizens analyzes the outcomes of democracy.


Challenges to Democracy


These chapters discuss the challenges faced by the government, and how to make India a more powerful democratic country.


Economics


The chapter that Class 10th Economics covers are given below important points:

Development


This chapter discusses the development and its meaning for different people. Comparison of countries on the basis of development.


The sector of the Indian Economy


This chapter is about three sectors and about their comparison in India. Organised and unorganised sectors, Private, government and cooperative sectors.


Money and Credit


This chapter of Social Science deals with the modern form of money, money as a medium of exchange, credit and loan.


Globalisation and the Indian Economy


This chapter discusses globalisation and factors that affect it, World Trade Organisation, Privatisation and trade policies


Consumer Rights
This chapter includes an introduction to Consumer and their role, consumer exploitation due to lack of awareness and the consumer protection act.


Geography


A chapter that Class 10th Geography covers are given below important points:

Resources and Development


This chapter discusses resources, types of resources and their development, Resource Planning in India, land use patterns in India and the importance to study land patterns, soil as a resource, soul erosion and its conservation.


Forest and wildlife resources


This chapter discusses forests and wildlife as a natural resource and their importance, diversity in living organisms and their need for conservation.


Water resources


This chapter discusses the reason for water scarcity, the importance of water conservation, dams, their importance and disadvantages, and different methods of rainwater harvesting.


Agriculture


Farming as an occupation in India, types of farming, cropping pattern, a major crop in India, the technology used in farming and the effect of globalisation on Agriculture.


Mineral and Energy Resources


Mineral and its occurrence, non-ferrous and ferrous mineral, conservation of mineral, conventional and nonconventional source of energy and conservation of energy.


Manufacturing Industries


Importance of manufacturing, the effect of industries on the National Economy, pollution due to industries and how to control pollution due to industries


Lifelines of National Economy


This chapter discusses transport, international trade, communication and tourism as a trade.

Que: How to study in 10th standard?

Ans: Start your study as you enter your 10th class so that at the time of boarding there will be no hustle and bustle to complete your syllabus. First, go through your NCERT Book and NCERT exemplar then go to other important books.

Que: What is the procedure to download Class 10th Board admit cards?

Ans: You can easily download the Board admit card from the official website of CBSE.

Que: Are Class 10 NCERT social studies very difficult.

Ans: If you prepare well for every topic there is no need to be terrified of social studies.