NCERT Solutions for class 8 Social Science
NCERT Solutions for class 8 Social Science – History (Our Pasts – III), Geography (Resources and Development) and Civics (Social and Political Life – III) is given below to use online or download in PDF form free.NCERT Solutions 2020-21 are in updated form, removing errors, for the new academic session 2020-2021. Offline Apps of NCERT Solutions for class 8 are also available to free download. All the solutions are based on latest CBSE NCERT Books for 2020-21.
- 1 8th Social Science – History-Our Pasts – III
- 2 8th Social Science – Geography-Resources and Development
- 3 8th Social Science – Civics-Social and Political Life – III
- 4 Important Questions on 8th Social Science
NCERT Solutions for class 8 Social Science
|Subject:||Social Science – History, Geography, Civics|
8th Social Science – History, Geography and Civics
Class 8 Social Science Solutions includes History – Our Past – III, Geography – Resources and Development and Civics – Social and Political Life – III (Unit -1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). Download these solutions in PDF form free without any login or password. NCERT Solutions 2020-21 and Offline apps all are updated for the new academic session 2020-2021.
8th Social Science – History-Our Pasts – III
- Chapter 1: How, When and Where
- Chapter 2: From Trade to Territory
- Chapter 3: Ruling the Countryside
- Chapter 4: Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
- Chapter 5: When People Rebel
- Chapter 6: Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
- Chapter 7: Civilising the “Native”, Educating the Nation
- Chapter 8: Women, Caste and Reform
- Chapter 9: The Making of the National Movement: 1870s – 1947
- Chapter 10: India after Independence
8th Social Science – Geography-Resources and Development
8th Social Science – Civics-Social and Political Life – III
- Chapter 1: The Indian Constitution
- Chapter 2: Understanding Secularism
- Chapter 3: Why do we need a Parliament?
- Chapter 4: Understanding Laws
- Chapter 5: Judiciary
- Chapter 6: Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
- Chapter 7: Understanding Marginalisation
- Chapter 8: Confronting Marginalisation
- Chapter 9: Public Facilities
- Chapter 10: Law and Social Justice
How many chapters are there in Class 8 History?
Till 2019, there were 12 chapters in Class 8 History subject. But from the session 2019-20 and 2020-21 onward, there are only 10 chapters in Class 8 Social Science – History section. Two chapters Colonialism and the City and The Changing World of Visual Arts have been deleted.
How many Chapters are there in Class 8 Social Science – Geography Section?
In Geography Class 8, there are 6 chapters in all. No chapter is deleted so far for the new academic session 2020-21.
How many units are there in Class 8 Political Science?
There are total 5 units containing 10 chapters. Each unit is consists of two chapters. The units of Class 8 Social Science – Social and Political Life are as follows:
Unit One: The Indian Constitution and Secularism
Unit Two: Parliament and the Making of Laws
Unit Three: The Judiciary
Unit Four: Social Justice and the Marginalised
Unit Five: Economic Presence of the Government.
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Important Questions on 8th Social Science
James Mill divided history on the basis of religion of the rulers of the times. However, a variety of faiths existed simultaneously in these periods.
Mill, through his periodization suggested that British rule could civilize India. He thought that British should conquer all the territories in India to ensure the enlightenment as if India was not capable of progress without British coordination.
Peasants were not able to pay the revenue. The ryots fled the countryside and villages became deserted in many regions.
Reason: Plains and river valleys regions are always good for agriculture. So, these are densely populated areas of the world.
All persons have the right to choose religion and others have to respect for that.
Secondly, Indian nationalists played a pivotal role in the framing of the Indian Constitution that upholds equality of all to law.
Hence, historians vehemently refute the claim that the British introduced the rule of law to India, because Indians were constantly discriminated against in various spheres of the social, political and administrative life of the country.
Thus, it can be said that Right to Life means the need of basic requirements of livelihood i.e., food, shelter and cloth.
• The Right to be informed at the time of arrest of the offence for which the person is being arrested.
• The Right to be presented before a magistrate within 24 hours of arrest.
• The Right not to be ill treated or tortured during arrest or in custody.
• Confessions made in police custody cannot be used as evidence against the accused.
• A boy under 15 years of age and women cannot be called to the police station only for questioning.