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CBSE Class 10 SA1 Tips for History-Civics, Geography and Economics

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CBSE Class 10 SA1 Tips for History-Civics, Geography and Economics

CBSE Class 10 SA1 Tips for History-Civics, Geography and Economics

By Reggie Menacherry 03rd Sep, 2016 12:47 am

  • Practise solving question papers from the last five years
  • Learn and revise all concepts in History in relation to each other 
  • Civics deals with contemporary issues; understanding of concepts through news and reading newspapers will help you to prepare for the exams
  • Be logical while answering questions in Civics
  • In Geography, questions related to the types of resources and conservation of resources are frequently asked in the examinations
  • Focus on all main concepts in Economics and learn them in relation to each other

 

CHAPTER

DEGREE OF IMPORTANCE

Low

Medium

High

History

     
  1. The Making of a Global World
  • Colonisation of America
  • Colonialism in the late 19th century
  • Economy post Second World War

 

 
  1. The Age of Industrialisation

 

 

  • Labourers in Britain during the Industrial Revolution
  • Industrialisation in India
  1. Work, Life and Leisure: Cities in the Contemporary World
  • Housing and social life in London
  • Housing and Cinema in Bombay
 

 

  1. Print Culture and the Modern World

 

 
  • Impact of Printing Revolution in Europe
  • Religious Reforms and Public Debates
  • Print and Censorship
  1. Novels, Society and History

 

  • Novels for women and younger generation in Europe
  • Novels during colonial period in India

 

Civics

 

 

 

  1. Power sharing

 

 

 

  • Power sharing in Belgium
  • Need for Power sharing
  1. Federalism
 
  • Main features of federalism
  • Local bodies in India
 
  1. Democracy and Diversity
  • Overlapping and cross cutting differences
   
  1. Gender, Religion and Caste
 
  • Caste in India politics
  • Communalism
 

Geography

     
  1. Resources and Development
  2. Forest and wildlife resources
     
 
  • Loss of biodiversity in India
  • Types of forests in India
   
  1. Water Resources
 
  • Reasons for water scarcity
  • Rainwater harvesting in India
 
  1. Agriculture
     

Economics

     
  1. Development
  • Public facilities
  • Sustainability of development
   
  1. Sectors of the Indian Economy