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SOCIAL STUDIES

VIII CLASS
GEOGRAPHY :
I.PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.
1. The solar system and The Earth. 2. The Movements of the Earth and their Effects. 3. Interior of The Earth. 4. Latitudes and Longitudes. 5. Eclipses.

II.ANTARCTICA.
1. Landscape. 2. Climate. 3. Natural Vegetation. 4. Native Animal Life. 5. Mineral Wealth. 6. Scientific Investigation.

III.GEOGRAPHY OF ANDHRA PRADESH


1.Physical Regions 2.Climate of Andhra Pradesh. 3.Floods and Droughts. 4.Forests.

5.Animal Wealth. 6.Soils. 7.Soil Erosion. 8.Electricity. 9.Agriculture. 10.Mineral Wealth. 11.Industries. 12.Population. 13.Transportation. 14.Sea Ports. 15.Places of Interest.

IV.MAPS.

HISTORY
I.INDIA AND THE MODERN WORLD
1.Trade and Colonization.

2.Beginning of Modern Age in Europe. 3.Outline History of World-Major Developments and their Impact on India. 4.The Advent of Europeans.

II.THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE BRITISH RULE IN INDIA.


1. Rise of British Power in Bengal. 2. Dual Government in Bengal. 3. Expansion of British Power in South,West and Middle India. 4. Prominent Governors-General. 5. The Revolution of British Administration. 6. The Impact of British Rule in India.

III.REVOLTS AGAINST BRITISH RULE.


1Early Revolts. 2.Revolt of 1857-Course and Nature. 3.Suppression of Revolts.

IV.INDIA BETWEEN 1858 1947.


1.Political Economic and Social Policies of The British. 2.British Policy towards Indian Princess.

3.British Policy towards Neighbouring Countries.

V.CHANGES IN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SECTORS.


1. Agriculture. 2. Famines in India between 1858-1947. 3. Transport Facilities. 4. Beginning of Modern Industries. 5. Rise of New Classes in Indian Society. 6. Religious and Social Reform Movement and Cultural Awakening. 7. Movements among Muslims for Social Reforms.

VI.RISE OF NATIONALISM FREEDOM MOVEMENT.


1. Indias Freedom Movement. 2. Factors and Forces-Political Associations. 3. Early Phase of Freedom Movement Meaning of Nationalism and Emergence of Indian Nationalism from 1885 to 1905. 4. Freedom Movement during 1905-1919. 5. Gandhian Era(1920-1947) 6. Indian Freedom Movement and The World. 7. 1935 ACT and Provincial Ministries. 8. Freedom Movement during World War II. 9. Popular Upsurge after the World War II.

CIVICS
I.DEMOCRACY
1. Some Important Ideas regarding Democracy. 2. Problems of Democracy. 3. Presidential and Parliamentary Democracy. 4. Elections. 5. The Role of Political Parties in Democracy.

II.SOCIALISM IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT.


1. Socialism. 2. Characteristics of Socialism;Social Barriers in India. 3. Development of Socialistic Ideas in India. 4. Constitutional Provisions. 5. Socialism in Practice.

III.SECULARISM IN INDIAN CONTEXT.


1. Importance of,and Necessity for Secularism in India. 2. India-Religious Tolerance. 3. Promotion of Secularism in India.

IV.WORLD PEACE AND ROLE OF INDIA.


1. World Peace. 2.Indias Foreign Policy. 3.Non-Alignment Policy.

V.TRAFFIC EDUCATION.

ECONOMICS
I.BASIC ECONOMIC CONCEPTS.
1.Scarcity and Choice. 2.Basic Economic Questions Economic Agents.

II.BASIC ASPECTS OF PRODUCTION.


1.Production.

III.EXCHANGE.
1.Concept of a Market. a)Barter System. b)Price System.

IV.PROBLEMS OF DISTRIBUTION.
1.Remuneration to the Factors of Production. a)Rent. b)Wages. c)Interest. d)Profit.
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