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CBSE Class 8 SA1 Tips for History-Civics and Geography

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CBSE Class 8 SA1 Tips for History-Civics and Geography

CBSE Class 8 SA1 Tips for History-Civics and Geography

By Reggie Menacherry 03rd Sep, 2016 12:45 am

  • Focus on the key concepts of all chapters 
  • Learn concepts in History and Civics with the help of flow charts and time lines 
  • Practise map marking regularly
  • Concentrate on chapters 1 and 3 of Geography as concepts in these chapters form the base line in Class 10

 

CHAPTER

DEGREE OF IMPORTANCE

Low

Medium

High

History

     
  1. How, When and Where
  • Periodisation of History
  • Records
 

 

  1. From Trade to Territory: The Company Establishes Power
 

 

  •  Subsidiary Alliance system and Doctrine of Lapse
  • Administration under the Company
  1. Ruling the Countryside
 

 

  •  Ryotwari System
  • Permanent Settlement of Bengal
  • Mahalwari System
  1. Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age

 

  • Impact of Forest Laws on tribal communities

 

  1. When People Rebel: 1857 and After
 

 

  •  Causes and results of the revolt
  • Centers and leaders of the revolt
  1. Colonialism and the City: The Story of an Imperial Capital
  • Structure of Old Delhi
  • Building of New Delhi

 

 

Civics

     
  1. The Indian Constitution
   
  • Main features of the Indian Constitution
  1. Understanding Secularism
 
  • Meaning of secularism
 
  1. Why Do We Need a Parliament?
   
  • Functions of the Parliament
  1. Understanding Laws
  • Procedures required for passing a law
   
  1. Judiciary
   
  • Functions of court
  • Independence of court
  • Structure of courts in India

Geography

     
  1. Resources
   
  • Types of resources
  1. Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
  2. Minerals and Power Resources