Oswaal NCERT & CBSE Question Bank For Class - VIII Social Science (March 2021 Exam) by Panel Of Experts
India is one of the youngest economies in the world today. Hence, it becomes imperative for our education system to churn out more of learners than ever before. It is the learners’ mindset which will set us apart from the rest of the world. Hence, by the way of Education, we must sow the right seeds today to reap the benefits in the years to come.
It is very rightly said that if we teach today as we taught yesterday, then we rob our children of tomorrow. With this vision, CBSE, the national level board of education in India for public and private schools, has yet again updated and released its curriculum for the upcoming Academic Year. With all the refreshing changes and updates, the way ahead looks exciting for students and teachers alike!
We at Oswaal Books, are also extremely upbeat about the recent changes. We have made every possible effort to incorporate all these changes in our books for the coming Academic Year. Latest Typologies of Questions like Multiple Choice Questions, Tabular based Questions, Passage based Questions, Picture based Questions, Fill in the Blanks, Match the Following, etc. have been exclusively developed by the Oswaal Editorial Board and included in our Question Banks.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Class-VIII Students.
1. Chapter-wise presentation for systematic and methodical study
2. Strictly based on the latest CBSE Curriculum and National Curriculum Framework.
3. All Questions from the Latest NCERT Textbook are included.
4. Previous Years' Question Papers from Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan are included.
5. Latest Typologies of Questions developed by Oswaal Editorial Board included.
6. Mind Maps in each chapter for making learning simple.
7. 'Most likely Questions' generated by Oswaal Editorial Board with 100+ years of teachingexperience.
8. Suggested videos at the end of each chapter for a Hybrid Learning Experience
Table of Content:
Our Pasts - III
1. How, When And Where ?
2. From Trade To Territory : The Company Establishes Power
3. Ruling The Countryside
4. Tribals, Dikus And The Vision Of A Golden Age
5. When People Rebel : 1857 And After
6. Weavers, Iron Smelters And Factory Owners
7. Civilizing The “Native”, Educating The Nation
8. Women, Caste And Reform
9. The Making Of The National Movement : 1870S - 1947
10. India After Independence
Resources & Development
2. Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation And Wildlife Resources
3. Mineral And Power Resources
6. Human Resources
Social And Political Life-III
1. The Indian Constitution
2. Understanding Secularism
3. Why Do We Need A Parliament?
4. Understanding Laws
6. Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
7. Understanding Marginalisation
8. Confronting Marginalisation
9. Public Facilities
10. Law And Social Justice