The transition from the 5th grade to Class 6 is also the transition from Primary School to Middle School. This can be daunting to many and Aakash endeavors to make this step up as easy as possible. It is an essential period for students to lay the foundation for their upcoming Grades. Moreover, most of the topics that are included in the CBSE Class 6 curriculum focuses on preparing the students for their senior classes. It is designed in a definite way so that it gently introduces students to essential topics without depriving their interest in learning. The students must understand each topic and score their best.
We, at Aakash, have provided NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Social Science to help students understand every concept on a more precise level. Social Science is an entirely theory-based subject which makes it easy to score maximum marks. The key aim is to aid students with their studies. The solutions are prepared to keep in mind the recent transition of the students. Therefore, explanations are constructed in an easy-to-understand level of language, which makes it easier for the students to intake more information.
NCERT Solutions for Class 6th for the subject Social Science are prepared by experts and senior faculty with years of experience. Each solution is given a detailed description and classification of each topic and sub-topic, which will help the students in clearing most of their doubts. It also contains follow-through and in-depth analysis of each question which helps the students to understand the core concept of the question and prepares them to approach a single question in 2-3 different ways. The solutions are designed after a thorough analysis of the current syllabus, in a way that it can coordinate to the intellect of the students.
In the Aakash NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Social Science, we have taken into consideration every chapter and provided solutions for every question. The NCERT Textbook for Class 6th Social Science consists of three different sub-topics, History, Geography and Social and Political Life with History containing a total of 12 chapters, Geography containing eight chapters and Social and Political Life containing nine chapters. The solution helps students to get a clear view of the concept and qualifies them for exams.
To the ease of students, Aakash provides free PDF Solutions for NCERT Class 6 Social Science which is of ideal help. We recommend that the students download the PDF format and go through it thoroughly after learning the textbook. This will ensure an in-depth understanding of the subject.
Here we are providing free PDF NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Social Science for the 3 books, namely:
This is the very first chapter of NCERT Class 6. It deals with archaeology and manuscripts with inscriptions. This chapter tries to familiarise the students with significant developments to be studied. It develops an understanding of the significance of geographical terms used during the time frame and illustrates the sources used to reconstruct history.
This chapter speaks about and appreciates the skills and knowledge of hunter-gatherers. It deals with stone artifacts as archaeological evidence and making detections from them. It teaches students about hunting and gathering as a way of life and how it is implied and introduces students to stone tools and their usage. This chapter also contains a case study on Deccan.
This chapter progresses from the previous chapter. It details out how people went from gathering food to growing crops and stayed in the same place for a long time to look after crops. They were considered the first farmers and herders. It further explains the implications of farming and herding, archaeological evidence for crops, animals, houses, tools, pottery, burials etc. It helps students identify the material culture generated by people in relatively stable settlements and understand the strategies for analyzing these. This chapter consists of a case study on the North-West and North-East.
This chapter covers the settlement of Harappan civilisation and their unique architectural features and craft production. It introduces students to the meaning of urbanism and appreciates the remarkable life in cities. It helps students learn about the archaeological evidence of urban cities and understand how these evidences are used to reconstruct processes such as craft production. This chapter also contains a case study on the North-West.
In this chapter, students will learn in detail about the different ways of life in the past, the Vedas, and what they tell us, Sukta, Chariots, Yajna, Dasa, and a new chalcolithic settlement. This chapter introduces students to the simple strategies of textual analysis and appreciates the different developments occurring in different parts of the subcontinent simultaneously and reinforces the skills of archaeological analysis already developed. This chapter includes a case study on the North-West and the Deccan.
This chapter gives an overview of the kings and their ruling techniques and how hunter-gatherers, traders, farmers, craftspersons, and herders paid taxes. It introduces the concept of the state and its varieties and understands the use of textual sources in this context. It also speaks about how Janapadas gained more power and turned into Mahajanapadas, how Magadha became the most critical Mahajanapada, and changes in agriculture around the Mahajanapadas time. This chapter poses a case study on Bihar, Magadha, and the Vajji confederacy.
In this chapter, students get to learn in detail about Upanishads, Mahavira and Jainism and Buddha and Buddhism. It outlines the basic tenets of these systems of thought, and the context in which they developed and flourished. Students are also introduced to the excerpts from sources relating to these traditions.
This chapter introduces students to the Ashoka empire, his unique administration and ruling and the expansion of the empire. It further explains Ashoka’s dhamma and his war in Kalinga and shows how inscriptions are used as a source to read history. Students also learn the difference between empire and kingdom.
The chapter helps the students to learn about the lifestyle of people living in towns and villages, the use of iron tools in agriculture, and how agriculture was intensified. It demonstrates the variety of early urban centers – coastal towns, capitals, religious centers and illustrates the use of archaeological data sources including coins, sculpture, as well as textual sources to reconstruct social and economic histories. Students will learn that wealth was measured in terms of coins and gain an in-depth knowledge of craftspeople like goldsmiths, carpenters, garland makers, perfumers, weavers, and blacksmiths. This chapter includes a case study on Tamil Nadu.
Students will learn about the Sangam texts and long-distance exchange between regions along the coasts: the Tamil region which extends to south-east Asia and the west, conquerors from distant lands, i.e., north-western, and western India. The spread of Buddhism to Central Asia from North India and the quest of the pilgrims and the beginning of Bhakti is also dealt with in the chapter. It introduces students to the idea of different contexts of contact between distant lands, and the motivating forces, and the control of the Silk Route. It further explains the implications of journeys within the subcontinent and illustrates the use of textual and visual material for reconstructing the histories.
The students learn about the Gupta Empire, Harshavardhana, Pallavas and Chalukyas and the expansion of and development of the administration system in these kingdoms. Students will also understand how Prashastis and Caritas are used to reconstruct political history.
This chapter deals with literature, including the Puranas, the epics, other Sanskrit and Tamil works. It introduces students to early architecture and how buildings were made in earlier times, including early monasteries and temples and sculptures, and how the paintings of Ajanta caves are considered the best artwork. It aims at developing a sense of appreciation of the textual and visual traditions of the period among students.
The chapter helps the students to learn what the universe is, and the name of all the planets and their distance from the sun, the meaning of the solar system, and the unique place of the earth in the solar system that provides the ideal condition for all forms of life.
This chapter helps students understand in detail about the globe. It covers the topics, Parallels of latitude and Meridians of longitude, heat zones of the earth, and Tropic of Cancer.
This chapter explains the motions of the earth, such as its rotation and its effects, the angle and orbital plane of the earth.
This chapter aims at developing the necessary skills of map reading among students. It provides basic knowledge of different maps like Thematic map, Political map, and Physical map.
This chapter introduces students to the four realms of the earth, i.e., Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere, and Biosphere, and the interrelationship between them. It explains about different layers of the atmosphere in detail and refers to the continents on earth.
In this chapter, students gain in-depth knowledge on all the major landforms of the earth, like, mountains, plateaus, and plains.
This chapter comprehends the major physical divisions of India.
This chapter describes the influence of land, climate, vegetation and wildlife on human life and the need for conserving natural vegetation and wildlife.
This chapter focuses on various aspects of diversity. In this chapter, students recognise diversity as a fact of being human and understanding diversity in-depth.
This is a continuation of chapter 1, where students gain knowledge on prejudice and inequality against diversity, recognizing multiple identities in oneself and how the Constitution compels us to respect diversity. The students will be able to differentiate between diversity and inequality after this chapter.
This chapter gives students the basic idea of government, the need for government and various forms of government.
This chapter is interrelated to chapter 3. It further details the key elements that influence the functioning of democratic government, i.e., Participation and Accountability, Resolution of Conflict and Concerns for Equality and Justice.
This chapter describes panchayat and its functions, including the electoral process, decision making and implementation of decisions. It also provides a detailed explanation of the role of gram Shaba in panchayat and how women affect the functioning of the panchayat.
This chapter places its focus on a land dispute and explains the role of local police and patwari on the new inheritance law and land records, and how the patwari is responsible for a group of villages. The students also learn about Tehsildars and their roles and how women benefit from the new law.
In this chapter, the students will understand how urban administration plays a significant role in providing basic amenities like water and electricity, how it is required to collect taxes. It explains in detail the roles and responsibilities of urban administration. The students will learn that municipal corporations carry out urban administration duties.
This chapter explains the livelihoods of people living in rural areas and the kinds of job they do to earn a living.
In this chapter, students learn about the everyday livelihoods of people living in urban areas and what they do to earn a living.
Q. Why are NCERT solutions necessary for class 6 Social Science?
A. Social Science is an entirely theory-based subject that requires a deep understanding of each topic and its concepts to answer any given question. Moreover, Aakash’s NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Social Science not only gives on-point explanations but also trains the students to answer a question in 2-3 different ways. It ensures to clear all significant doubts that the student might have regarding any topic. These NCERT Solutions cover all the concepts, and no topic or part of the syllabus is left out.
Q. Where to find and download NCERT solutions for class 6th maths?
A. The Aakash NCERT Solution for Class 6 Social Science material is available on the Aakash website. The solutions are given topic-wise for easy reference.
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