CBSE : Class X - Social

Democracy and Diversity
  • A Story from Mexico Olympics
  • Differences, Similarities, Divisions
  • Bulgaria, Romania or India
  • Guiding Values of the Indian Constitution
Globalisation and the Indian Economy
  • Introduction
  • Production Across Countries
  • Interlinking Production Across Countries
  • Foreign trade and Integration of Markets
  • What is Globalisation?
  • Factors that have enabled Globalisation
The Nationalist Movement in Indo - China
  • Emerging from the Shadow of China
  • The Dilemma of Colonial Education
  • Hygiene, Disease and Everyday Resistance
  • Religion and Anti-Colonialism
  • The Vision of Modernisation
  • The Communist Movement and Vietnamese
  • What is Federalism
  • What makes India a Federal Country?
  • How is Federalism Practiced?
  • Decentralisation in India
Gender, Religion and Caste
  • Gender and Politics
  • Religion, Communalism and Politics
  • Caste and Politics
Popular Struggles and Movements
  • Popular Struggles in Nepal and Bolivia
  • Mobilisation and organisations
  • Pressure Groups and Movements
Political Parties
  • Why do we need Political Parties?
  • How many Parties should we have?
  • Rights in the Indian Constitution
  • A Moral Force in Politics?
  • Popular Participation in Politics Parties
  • States Parties
Outcomes of Democracy
  • How do we assess Democracys Outcomes?
  • Accountable, Responsive and Legitimate Government
  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Reduction of Inequality and Poverty
  • Accommodation of Social Diversity
Challenges to Democracy
  • Thinking about Challenges
  • Different Contexts, different Challenges
  • Introduction
  • What Development Promises
  • Income and Other Goals
  • National Development
  • How to Compare Different Countries or States?
  • Income and Other Criteria
Sectors of the Indian Economy
  • Introduction
  • Comparing the Three Sectors
  • Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sectors in India
  • Division of Sectors as Organised and Unorganised
  • Sectors in terms of Ownership: Public and Private Sectors
Money and Credit
  • Money as a medium of Exchange
  • Modern Forms of Money
  • Loan Activities of Banks
  • Two Different Credit Situations
  • Trems of Credit
  • Formal Sector Credit In India
Consumer Rights
  • The Consumer in the Marketplace
  • Consumer Movement
  • Consumer Rights
  • Taking the Consumer Movement Forward
The Rise of Nationalism in Europe
  • The French Revolution and the Idea of the Nation
  • The Making of Nationalism in Europe
  • The Age of Revolutions: 1830 - 1848
  • The Making of Germany and Italy
  • Visualising the Nation
  • Nationalism and Imperialism
Nationalism in India
  • The First World war, Khilafat and Non-Cooperation
  • Differing Strands within the Movement
  • Towards Civil Disobedience
  • The Sense of Collective Belonging
The Making of a Global World
  • The Pre-modern World
  • The Nineteenth Century (1815 - 1914 )
  • The Inter - War Economy
  • Redbuilding a World Economy: The post - War Era
The Age of Industrialisation
  • Before the Industrial Revolution
  • Hand Labour and Steam power
  • Industrialisation in the Colonies
  • Factories Come Up
  • The Peculiarities of Industrial growth
  • Market for Goods
Work, Life and Leisure
  • Characteristics of the City
  • Social Change in the City
  • Politics in the City
  • The City in Colonial India
  • Cities and the Challenge of the Environment
Print Culture and the Modern World
  • The First Printed Books
  • print comes to Europe
  • The Print Revolution and its impact
  • The Reading Mania
  • The Nineteenth Century
  • India and the World of Print
Novels, Society and History
  • The Rise of the Novel
  • The Novel comes ti India
  • Novel in the Colonial World
  • Women and the Novel
  • The Nation and its History
Resources and Development
  • Introduction
  • Types of Resources
  • Development of Resources
  • Resource Planning in India
  • Conservation of Resources
Forest and Wildlife Resources
  • Introduction
  • Flora and Fauna in India
  • Are colonial forest policies to be blamed
  • Resource Planning in India
  • Community and Conservation
Water Resources
  • Introduction
  • Water Scarcity and the need for Water Conservation and Management
  • Multipurpose River Projects and Integrated Water resources Management
  • Introduction
  • Types of Farming
  • Cropping Pattern
  • Major Crops
  • Contribution of Agriculture to the national economy, employment and output
Minerals and Energy Resources
  • Introduction
  • What is Mineral
  • Mode of Occurrence Minerals
  • Conservation of Minerals
Manfacturing Indutries
  • Introduction
  • Contribution of Industry to National Economy
  • Industrial Location
  • Classification of Industries
  • Industrial Pollution and Environmental Degradation
  • Control of Environmental Degradation
Lifelines of National Economy
  • Introduction
  • Transport
  • Communication
  • International Trades
Power Sharing
  • Belgium and Srilanka
  • Majoritarianism in Sri Lanka
  • Accommodation in Belgium
  • Forms of Power - Sharing
- Facebook | - Twitter | - Google+ | - YouTube | - Mail
Meritpath...Way to Success!

Meritpath provides well organized smart e-learning study material with balanced passive and participatory teaching methodology. Meritpath is on-line e-learning education portal with dynamic interactive hands on sessions and worksheets.