Pathfinder Social Science-VIII
The Pathfinder Social Science Provides you with all you need to achieve and accomplish the learning goals in accordance with the latest education pattern. This series has been developed by renowned authors, who are masters in their subject with proven records of helping students achieve top grades.
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Unit 1: what is history?
1. World During Modern Age` 5
2. European Powers in India 15
3. Expansion of European Powers in India 26
4. Colonial Army and Civil Administration 35
5. Rural Life and Society 43
6. Colonialism and Tribal Societies 50
7. Crafts and Industries 56
8. The Indian Mutiny 66
9. Education and the British Rule 74
10. Women and Reform Movements in India 83
11.Colonialism and Urban Change 91
12. Reforming the caste system 100
13. Changes in the Arts: Literature, Painting and Architecture 106
14. Rise of India Nationalism 117
15. Struggle for Indian Freedom (1919-1947) 126
16. India After Independence 140
Unit 2: our habitat
17. Resources: Types & Development 153
18. Natural Resources: Land and Soil 159
19. Natural Resources: Water, Natural Vegetation and Wild Life 168
20. Mineral and Power Resources 177
22. Manufacturing Industries 198
23. Human Resources 208
Unit 3: what is civics?
24. The Indian Constitution 217
25. Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties 224
26. Parliamentary Government 232
27. The Judiciary 241
28. Elements of Judicial Structure 247
29. Social Justice and the Marginalised 251
30. Economic Presence of the Government 258