Request a call back

Join NOW to get access to exclusive study material for best results

CBSE Class 9 Questions and Answers

CBSE Class 9 plays a strong bedrock in preparing students for their future board examinations. Most students start thinking for streams and choose to prepare for varied competitive exams from now onwards. Hence, students need to score well in their examinations that tend to show their interest level in their studies. The study material offered by TopperLearning offers numerous benefits to students who appear for CBSE class 9 and wants to score better marks in their examination.


With CBSE Class 9 Plans students will get access to subjects like CBSE Class 9 MathsCBSE Class 9 ScienceCBSE Class 9 Social StudiesCBSE Class 9 Hindi and CBSE Class 9 English. Based on CBSE Class 9 Syllabus, study material & important questionnaires are like add-on toppings for students who rely on the last-minute Preparation of their examination.


CBSE Class 9 Maths resources will boost up your preparation tactics to tackle the similar type of Queries asked in actual exams. Practising the MCQ tests will enhance capability building in students. Students could moreover access all crucial resources throughout the year with CBSE Class 9 Plans.


You can refer to CBSE Class 9 Science resources and access to your Physics, Chemistry and Biology study resources aligned to the NCERT curriculum.


CBSE Class 9 Social Studies will make you understand ways to write, right answers in your History, Civics and Geography exams. The CBSE Class 9 Social Studies video lessons are drafted in a research-oriented way to make you understand the ways you can revise the application based problems in a completely different way.


CBSE Class 9 Hindi and CBSE Class 9 English resources will provide an ecosystem to revise grammar, comprehension and composition topics, thoroughly.

Check CBSE Class 9 Plans to grab a TopperLearning Subscription and get access to the latest CBSE Class 9 study resources.


CBSE 9 - English
English chapter 1 ka summary behive
Asked by ashwinikumar52522 | 24 Sep, 2023, 07:16: PM
CBSE 9 - English
summary of the lost child
Asked by sultanafarida375 | 17 Sep, 2023, 10:34: AM
CBSE 9 - English
what was toto
Asked by mayankshajlan | 10 Aug, 2023, 06:56: PM
CBSE 9 - English
Tangerine the wasp learn to infer answers  
Asked by Vanrammuanpuii | 10 Aug, 2023, 06:40: AM
CBSE 9 - English
dialogue writing answer
 question image
Asked by shardasingh65898 | 02 Jul, 2023, 10:36: PM
CBSE 9 - English
Read the passage given below. Globalization is the way to open businesses, improve technological growth, economy, etc. at the international level for all countries. It is the way in which manufacturers and producers of the products or goods sell their products globally without any restriction. It provides huge profits to the businessmen as they get low cost labour in poor countries easily. It provides a big opportunity to the companies to deal with the worldwide market. Globalization helps to consider the whole world as a single market. Traders are extending their areas of business by treating the world as a global village. Earlier, till the 1990s, there was a restriction on importing certain products which were already manufactured in India like agricultural products, engineering goods, food items and toiletries. However, during the 1990s, there was a pressure from the rich countries on the poor and developing countries to allow them to spread their businesses by opening their markets. In India, the globalization and liberalization have been a bonanza for the consumers, however, a loss to the small-scale Indian producers. Globalization has had some very positive effects on the Indian consumer in all sectors of society. It has affected the Indian students and education sector to a great extent by making study books and a lot of information available over the internet. Collaboration of foreign universities with the Indian universities has brought about a huge change in the field of education. Globalization of trade in the agricultural sector has brought varieties of qualityof seeds which have disease resistance property. However, it is not good for the poor Indian farmers because the seeds and agricultural technologies are costly. It has brought about a huge revolution in the employment sector by the spread of businesses like handloom, carpet, artisan carving, ceramic, jewellery and glassware, etc. With globalization’s strong momentum running up against powerful headwinds, it is important to recognize that market integration is still limited in absolute terms. The foreign operations of multinational firms around the world generate only about 9% of global output. Exports of goods and services add up to 29% of world GDP, but even that figure comes down to about 20% if we adjust for output that crosses borders more than once. Managers surveyed across six countries in 2017 estimated these international production and trade metrics at 37% Goyal and 41%, respectively. We cannot predict with confidence whether the coming year will bring a higher or a lower level of globalization. But we can safely say that international flows and the constraints that borders and distance impose upon them will both continue to matter. So, the biggest winners regardless of whether globalization goes up or down, are likely to be companies that embrace globalization’s complexity rather than purely local or global visions of their business environments. On the basis of your understanding of the passage, answer the following questions from the six given below. (i) What do the observations state about market integration? (ii) Comment on the inherent traits of globalization with reference to para 1 (iii) Who doesn’t benefit from globalization in India in reference to para 2? (iv) To which fact does the ‘global village’ concept of globalization point? (v) According to the graphical representation, who are the biggest and the lowest player in import in international trade in 2018? (vi) What does the impact of globalization on the agricultural sector indicate? .
Asked by rita.udai.1234 | 04 Jun, 2023, 11:46: AM
CBSE 9 - Chemistry
Water of Mars 75 g 800゚C is added to ice of mass 20 g at -15゚C what is the resulting temperature
Asked by sitapandey126 | 24 May, 2023, 12:20: PM
CBSE 9 - English
summary mother's voice with subtitles
Asked by febievangeline612 | 21 Feb, 2023, 10:14: AM
CBSE 9 - English
Mother's vioce paragraph with subbatings ( class 9)
Asked by febievangeline612 | 21 Feb, 2023, 10:10: AM
CBSE 9 - English
Asked by joshiujjaval1978 | 16 Jan, 2023, 08:44: PM

Be a Top Scorer in the Exam with Test Series and Test Generator!

Enrol Now