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This part discloses rustic practices identified with the growing of crops, increasing yield and their organization. It incorporates the introduction of different reaping seasons, their climatic and supporting necessities, and the arrangement of soil for far-reaching improvement of the quality and quantity of the harvest.
This part contains dangerous, helpful, and important kinds of microorganisms and their vitality in different zones. The place where microorganisms live, microorganisms and us, risky microorganisms, food protection, nitrogen fixation, and nitrogen cycle are a section of the basic topics covered in this chapter.
This chapter has a lot of information on plastics, which are one of the most common substances throughout the world. The chapter further covers all the different kinds of fibers, characteristics of designed strands, plastics, plastic as materials of choice. Plastics and the atmosphere, what effect plastics are having on this environment are the important topics of this chapter.
This chapter explains the universe of metals, non-metals, their properties, and work. This chapter will assist the understudies in defining the sections into metals and non-metals subject to their properties. Properties of metals and non-metals, compound properties of metals and non-metals, use of metals and nonmetals are piece of the vital focuses examined in this chapter.
Coal and oil are the two most essential fuel sources ever found by humans. The chapter additionally explains vaporous petroleum and its properties. The chapter further covers the natural resources getting depleted because of colossal and uncontrolled use.
In this chapter, you will get some answers concerning different sorts of fuels that are utilized for power at home, in industry, and in running vehicles. Fuels like wood, coal, charcoal, oil, diesel, gaseous fuel (CNG, and so on) are explained to the students. In Ignition and fire, the compound arrangement and reaction of burning are explained in detail.
The conservation of plants and animals is an important subject of science. This chapter will push the understudies not only to understand the concept that the life of living beings, either plants or animals, impact nature's wealth but also, they have a devastating effect if killed in large numbers. After learning this, they can ensure the safety of flora and fauna on this planet.
It tells general information about the significant unit of life - cell. It illuminates the students on topics concerning all the elements of the cell, its structure, properties, and arrangement.
It defines the modes and system of reproduction in animals. It is paramount for the continuation of any species. In this section, you will figure out how the animal population on this planet remains alive by making new ones of their kind.
In this section, the understudy will get some answers concerning changes that occur in the human body during the adolescent age. Almost all the humans after this are capable of procreation. In this chapter, we will find out about the human organs, hormones that develop or increase during this age to bring about changes and improvement in the human body.
This chapter will take the students through the universe of force and pressure. These are the most important concepts that will further be used in higher grade mechanics. The chapter deals with the relationship between force and pressure along with the real-life applications.
It is a major segment of material science that deals with the resistive force between two surfaces that is due to the surface irregularities on the microscopic level. Its causes, effects, applications, and other vital properties are discussed in this chapter.
Sound discusses the differentiation between music and clamour. Its causes, effects, and control measures are clarified towards the completion of the part. This chapter will reinforce your base for future topics related to the concept of sound.
In this chapter, we will find that metals, for instance, copper, and aluminium conduct power while materials, like plastic, and wood do not allow passage to electricity. What are the reasons and what are the real-world applications to these theories?
This chapter illuminates the incredible wonder of nature, for instance, lightning and seismic tremor. Causes, effects, greatness, and properties of lightning are all covered in this chapter.
Light discusses the fundamental properties, effects, and usage of light. This section likewise gives information about reflection, diffused reflection, laws of reflection, and so on. A basic introduction of mirrors is also covered in the chapter.
This part covers the heavens. The arrangement of the heavenly bodies, their structure, and their satellites are depicted in this part. This part additionally examines the moon, phases of the moon, its importance in the planetary framework, and the lack of atmosphere and surface of the moon.
This chapter deals with the hazardous effects of water pollution, which causes diseases, and in what ways, it could be decreased. Air pollution, how air gets pumped with airborne poisonous gases is a segment that is covered in detail in this part.
The solutions are provided in a very easy language so that the students using may understand everything in a crystal-clear manner. The understudies are encouraged to use these solutions as they cover the entire syllabus and are totally correct in their approach and teachings. CBSE recommends the NCERT course books for the best preparation of assessments, and thus these solutions go a long way in helping you get good marks.
Rational numbers are a fraction with a non zero denominator. Considered as one of the essential chapters in Maths, this chapter deals with the number system, properties, operation, and application of rational numbers. To make this chapter a little easier some tricks and easy methods of doing it are also shown in the solution. The topics and subtopics in chapter 1 Rational number are:
Properties of a rational number, Closure, Reciprocal, Distributivity of multiplication over the addition of rational numbers, Representation of rational numbers in number line, Rational number between two rational number
Linear equation in one variable is an algebraic equation in which each term has an exponent of one and graphing of the equation results in a straight line. It can never be right. It is the beginning level of the linear equation.
The quadrilateral is four-sided geometric shapes. Different shapes, properties, methods and operations are explained in an elementary language with the help of diagrams and figures. It is an exciting chapter.
Topics and sub-topics of this chapter are : Introduction, polygons, Classification of polygons, diagonal, convex and concave polygons, regular and irregular polygons, Angle sum. Property, Sum of the measure of an Exterior angle of polygons, kinds of quadrilaterals, trapezium kite, Parallelogram, Elements of a parallelogram, Angles of a parallelogram, Diagonals of a parallelogram, some special parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, square
This chapter teaches the students to construct Quadrilaterals. It is a polygon which has four edges and four vertices. We will be given some measurements like measurement of included angles, adjacent angles etc. in the problem and according to all the information we have to construct a quadrilateral. We will also learn about how to construct different types of quadrilaterals like rhombus, rectangle, square.
Data handling is a process gathering and recording all the information and presenting it in such a way that could help others like graphs, charts, tables etc. This chapter involves some concepts which can be seen and used in our daily lives. Some topics in this chapter are: Finding information, organising data, grouping data, Bars with a difference Circle graph and pie chart Drawing pie charts, Chance and probability, getting a result, Equally like outcomes, linking chances to probability, outcomes as events, Chances and probability related to life
This is a very lengthy chapter. The topics in this chapter are an introduction to square and square roots, property of the square numbers, deduce squares of integer, Pythagorean triples, etc. This topic teaches how to square a number and find the square root of a number.
In this chapter, you will learn how to find out the cube of a number and also the cube root of a number. This chapter helps to understand the students about cubes. Topic and subtopics of this chapter are : Introduction, cubes, Interesting patterns of cubes, Smallest multiple that is a perfect cube, Cube roots, Cube root by prime factorisation method, Cube root of a cube number
Comparing quantities means a relation in quantitative terms between two quantities. This deals with several topics like ratios, percentage, interest etc. This chapter includes the following :
Ratios and percentage, increasing and decreasing percentage, discount, Profit and loss, Sales tax, Compound interest, Formula for compound interest, Applications of compound interest
An algebraic expression is an expression of the variable with our without exponents. The topics and subtopic of this chapter are : Introduction, Terms, factor and coefficient, Monomials, binomial, trinomials, Like and unlike terms, Addition and subtraction, Multiplication, Multiplication of monomial with monomial, Multiplication of 2 monomial, Multiplication of 3 or more monomials, Multiplication of monomial by binomial, Multiplication of binomial by trinomial, Multiplication of Binomial by binomial, Multiplication of binomial by trinomial, Identity, Standard identity, Applying identity
Solid shapes are shapes that have three measurements that are length, breadth, height or depth; therefore, it is also known as a 3-dimensional figure. The main topic and subtopic of this chapter are: Introduction, Views of 3d shapes, Mapping space, Faces, edges and vertices
Mensuration means geometry applied to the computation of length, areas and volume from given dimensions or angles.
Power mans repeated multiplication of the same factor, and exponent means the number of times a number is multiplied by itself. There are many laws of exponents.
This chapter shows how the quantities and amount are related to each other. The topics of this chapter are: Introduction, Direct proportion, Inverse proportion
This chapter tells us how to express algebraic expression as the product of their factors. It helps us understand more about factors. There are many different factoring techniques.
In this chapter, the student is taught to plot graphs. Graphs represent the statistical relationship between different variables.
This chapter includes introducing numbers in general form, games with number and divisibility tests by some numbers like 2,3,5 and 10.
History is a subject which explains the historical events that happened in the past. It includes the elaboration of various incidents that took place in the past with important dates, places and names of the people who influence us.
History contains a total of 12 chapters which are about trade, territory, tribes, caste, national movement, colonialism, natural movements and so on.
In this chapter, you will learn why we read history and why it is essential to remember the dates and events of the past in different parts of the country. This includes the topic of James mill and periodization of history, sources of historians, surveys by British, etc.
This chapter consists of incidents of how trade leads to battles. It deals with the advent of European power in India, east India company, expansion of company rule, setting up a new administration etc. This chapter tells us about a series of events that gave our country's power to the British
In this chapter, you will. Learn about the company that introduced permanent settlement, British forcing cultivators to produce a crop of their demand, indigo production, east India company, taking over Bengal administration, Diwani nights, etc.
This chapter introduces students to tribes that used to reside in our country centuries ago. It includes information about tribal practices, habits, and rituals. Dikus used to exist in the Indian continent a long time ago.
The essential topics of this concept are the demands of Rani Lakshmi Bai, last years of Mughal emperor, the confidence of British rulers about their position in India etc. This chapter highlights information about the indigenous community, their interaction with dikus and the story of their lives.
In this chapter you will learn about de urbanisation, the decline of the haveli, effect of partition in Delhi etc.
This chapter is about the history of Indian textile and market. It tells us about weavers, iron smelters, and how they attain their livelihood under the rule of colonialism. This chapter is about the condition of Indians like weavers, Iron smelters, factory owners after independence.
This chapter involves how the British took an interest in the Indian education system and information about Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore's thought on education.
This chapter talks about women and their restrictions, Jyotirao Phule and Ramaswamy Naicker critical of the national movements and new opportunities for people belonging to a lower caste. It has a weightage of 20 marks and is an important chapter.
This chapter talks about the problems of Indian right after it's independence like the problem of a newly independent nation, the role of the planning commission, reluctance to divide the country, economic development etc. This chapter has the highest weightage among all.
This chapter includes topics like policies of people. Nawabs lose power, peasants and sepoys, responses to reformers, mutiny become rebellion, struggle from Meerut to Delhi etc. This is a chapter about the freedom struggle started in India and conditions that led to the national movement in India. Many questions of this chapter are formed in the paper.
In this chapter students will learn about a new and divided nation, written constitution, plan for development etc. This includes topics of the condition of Indian textiles in the European market, growth of iron and steel industries, a decline of Indian textile cotton mills, iron and steel factories in India.
Geography constitutes the study of places and the relationship between people and their environment. This subject includes not only the physical properties of the earth but also the human society that is spread across it. It is one of the scoring subjects in class 8. It will help students to learn about geographical contents. Geography has a total of 6 chapters.
This chapter deals with different types of resources which are useful in our daily life. You will learn about types of resources, the need for conservation of resources, human-made resources etc.
In the land, soil, water, natural vegetation and wildlife resources chapter you will learn about issues of land, conservation of land resources, soil, soil formation, factors of soil degradation, water, the problem of water availability, its conservation, natural vegetation, wildlife, it's distribution and conservation.
Mineral and power resources consist of information about minerals and resources of power. This chapter tells us about ores, minerals, from where we get the minerals, etc. This chapter has the highest weightage among all.
The chapter Agriculture includes information about various types of farming, its advantages, methods of farming etc. The topic and subtopic of this chapter are nomadic hearing, commercial farming, mixed farming, plantation, major crops in India, agricultural development, etc.
This chapter covers topics like what is the purpose of industry, the need of industry, location for industry, types of industry, industrial system, industrial region and some case studies.
This chapter consists of a detailed analysis of human resources, and it's an explanation as well as its relation to population statistics with charts. You will learn our population change and the reason for it, natural growth rate, birth rate, death rate, and life expectancy, the pattern of population change, and population pyramid. This chapter has a weightage of 15 marks.
Civics gives us an idea about the law and the constitution of our country. It focuses on social topics, economic and political life in contemporary India. It has a total of 10 chapters to study.
The chapter elaborates on the Indian constitution, separation of power, secularism, parliamentary government, fundamental rights and duties of the citizen.
In this chapter, you will learn about secularism. There are various aspects and the right to religious freedom. They will get to know about Steps taken by the Indian state to protect secularism in India.
This chapter discusses the function of parliament and how it is connected to democracy and elections. It talks about the role of a people in choosing representatives of the country and the need for parliament in the country.
Law means a system of rules that are created by the government or social institutions to regulate conduct. Understanding laws discuss the need for importance and understanding of the law made by the government. It also tells the difference between British laws and post-independence Indian laws.
Judiciary belongs to the social and political life of the citizen. It is one of the three essential pillars of the government. You will learn about an independent judiciary, separation of power, the structure of court in India, branches of the legal system, criminal law, civil law, access to courts. This chapter has a weightage of 20 marks.
This is a part of the judiciary. The citizen needs to understand the system's working because it is essential for providing justice to everyone. It focuses on providing a criminal, proper justice using the legal system of the country in the best way.
This chapter is about social justice and marginalised communities. It helps to shape the citizen spirit of an individual. Marginalization means giving attention to the majority keeping aside the smaller and minority community.
This chapter revolves around challenges faced by different groups and individuals. It involves cases of inequalities and discrimination of various sectors like Muslims, Dalits etc. It talks about the possession and of the rights of these communities.
This chapter discusses the various facilities given by the government for the local public like drinking water, sanitization, electricity, transport services, etc. The government provides these services at a cheaper cost than the private company.
The chapter deals with teaching the students about who makes a law to protect people from exploitation. Some of the topics you will read in this chapter are the Bhopal gas tragedy, enforcement of safety laws, laws to protect the environment, and how laws are played out In practice.
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