The last leg of transitions of one’s school life, class 9th is a crucial year as it forms the foundation for the academic life that is about to come in the next 3 years left of high school. Many more of the university as the concepts learned at this age are useful forward when they are delved in detail in the later years for which Aakash NCERT Solutions for Class 9 makes a thorough attempt to make the process of learning more straightforward and easier so that the students are introduced to essential topics while keeping their curiosity alive.
Since Social Science is subject that relies entirely on theory, it becomes an easy-scoring subject in which maximum marks can be gained with the right amount of effort and interest and NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Social Science acts as a friend and guide in this endeavour by its lucid and robust texts to aid students with their studies. The solutions are prepared with the consideration of the transition and caliber of the students in mind, which makes it easier for them to intake information and retain it for long quickly.
Aakash NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Social Science are prepared by experts and senior faculty who have years of experience and have created the book after a thorough analysis of the current syllabus so that it can coordinate to the intellect of the students by providing a detailed description and clarification on each topic and subtopic to help the students in clearing their queries. NCERT Solutions for Class 9 also contains an in-depth analysis of each question to help students understand the core concepts of the questions and to prepare them to approach the same question in multiple ways.
In our Aakash NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Social Science, we have taken every chapter and provided solutions for every question. NCERT Textbook for Class 9 Social Science consists of four different sub-topics: History, Geography and Political Science and Economics with History containing a total of five chapters, Geography containing six chapters, Political Science containing five chapters, and Economics containing four chapters respectively.
For student’s comfort, Aakash provides free PDF Solutions for NCERT Class 9 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 to ensure an in-depth understanding and clarification of any queries regarding the subject.
Here we are providing free NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Social Science for the 4 books, namely:
France did not become a democracy in one day, nor did it happen in a few odd years. The decade long struggle for independence from the monarchy paved the way to a system of governance that had not been heard of before. From declaring ‘Rights of Man’ to providing liberty nationwide, The French Revolution is an important event to understand the erosion of feudalism from France and the spread of French culture.
In continuation of Europe’s history, this chapter discusses the birth and spread of Socialism across Europe and the history of one of the strictest regimes and how its public reversed that order for a completely new one: The Russian Revolution which raised the question of economic equality and the well-being of workers and peasants in Russia and brought forward changes by the newly established Soviet government such as industrialization and mechanization, agricultural rights and others.
This chapter talks about the rise of Hitler and the politics of the strict ideology of Nazism, the children and women in Nazi Germany, their discrimination, and concentration camps. The chapter further highlights Nazism and how it discriminated against minorities by creating a rift between them and the public by interfering in the various minorities' right to live, anti-Jewish sentiments and battle against democracy and socialism to keep the authoritarian regime alive and working.
The chapter gives an idea of the history of developments in India and Indonesia regarding the growth of industries, ships, and railways, new demand on the forests for timber and other forest products by including topics such as the new rules of forest use, new ways of organizing the forest, colonial control, mapping of forest areas and its classification and plantation development during the colonial period and how different groups were affected by such changes in forestry.
The final chapter of the history section talks about nomadic pastoralists- a form of pastoralism where livestock is herded to find fresh pastures by nomads who did not live in one place but moved from one area to another to earn their living. This chapter discusses the influence of pastoralism in societies of India and Africa, the impact of colonialism on their lives and how they coped with the advent of modern society.
The first chapter of the geography section gives an insightful journey of India’s enormous size and geographical location while talking about its features that are guided by the same two factors. The chapter also contains questions related to the contents of the chapter that include both theory and map skills and apart from those questions, 2 questions are also provided under the project and activity section for students to explore more about India’s size and location.
The seventh-largest country by land area enjoys a large number of biological variations, and this chapter explores them all and the effects of having such features for every region while also taking on geological features, mountainous lands as well as the plains for a holistic understanding of India’s physical features. The exercise contains 6 common questions and one map-based question in the end to test the understanding of the student.
This chapter takes on the explanation of the river systems of India. It discusses topics such as the water divide, river basins of India, rivers in the peninsular region, advantages of rivers and lakes and the importance of rivers for the country’s economy in detail to enable students to understand the importance of the prevalent water systems of the country A few questions are also provided based on maps and project activities at the end of the chapter.
While the world is divided into several climatic regions and zones, this chapter talks about the type of climate present in India and why it is so. This chapter will also discuss the effects of having such a climate and what it means for the people living and the end of the chapter contains 8 questions. Out of which, one is MCQ and some short answer questions to test the student’s knowledge on the topics studied.
India is robust with its unique flora, fauna, forests and wildlife and this chapter explores them in-depth using 2 maps, one explaining India’s Natural Vegetation and the other explaining its Wildlife Reserves to fully explain the types of vegetation and wildlife present in the country. The exercise also has 6 questions ranging from MCQ to establishing a distinction between different topics to enable the student to understand and provide distinctions between the topics studied.
Studying the population is an essential element of social sciences. It is the point of reference from which all the other elements are observed, and every feature present in the land is determined around it. The characteristics or qualities of the population considered provide background for understanding and appreciating all aspects of the environment and therefore in this chapter, the students will get to know how population plays a crucial role in the development of the country.
This chapter creates a distinction between democratic and non-democratic forms of government. It will introduce students to a broader idea of democracy and what are the implications and advantages of having such a form of governance for both the government itself and the citizens. The exercise has 10 questions; short answers based making it easy for students to remember them. In exams, questions from this chapter can be asked for 1 or 2 marks.
The chapter gives an overview of how the Indian Constitution has been designed and why it was necessary to make it that way by talking about the features of the robust constitution and the effects it on the newly independent nation and for the governments to come and gives students an understanding of the constitutional design and will also find the questions related to the topic at the end for assessment.
In This chapter, students will understand the election process in India by looking into each stage of an election in-depth and understanding their eligibility, term, and conditions of service and the uniquely made system of the universal adult franchise that allows the nation to vote for its leaders. The exercise has 11 questions, including matching the following and true and false for a holistic understanding of the electoral procedure of the country.
In this chapter, we understand how the government works in India through the different types of institutions that help run the democratic government by understanding their origin, composition and functions that are present at every level in the country and their relation with one another to understand how they work together to keep the country running efficiently. The chapter also contains 10 questions as part of the learning exercise at the end for assessment.
The last chapter of Class 9 Political Science talks about the foundation of the freedoms we enjoy in our nation that are provided under the nature of a democratic government and how it benefits the lives of the nation’s citizens. The chapter also contains a total of 10 questions which the students will find apt in size and content while also providing space for self-thought and expression on the same topics.
Through the use of a hypothetical village by the name of Palampur, the students are introduced to the basic concepts of production and farming by giving the students the case scenario of Palampur and explaining the activities for revenue carried on by the village such as small scale manufacturing, dairy, transport, and others to understand how resources can be used to produce desired good and services in a particular area.
This chapter attempts to explain how we can use the population present in a country as an asset to the country’s economy as opposed to keeping it as a liability on it by turning the population into human capital by making investments in different sectors that relate to the people such as education and medical care among others to allow the country’s working people to be efficient in generating revenue for the country they live in by utilizing and enhancing their existing productive skills.
While the most significant asset with people comes to the fact that their skills and potential can be utilized, a setback faced in tapping into the same is poverty that is widespread in India which this chapter talks about in detail to address this multi-dimensional problem aptly using examples and following the line of understanding as taken under social sciences regarding this topic. The chapter concludes with broadening the said concept into human poverty.
Food Security is defined as the physical, social and economic access to sufficient food that is safe and nutritious and meets the food preferences of the individual while complying to the dietary needs for a healthy and active individual and this chapter explains the condition of the said food security in the country and where it is lagging and what has the government done regarding the same to provide reliant food security in the nation.
Q. Why are NCERT solutions for class 9 Social Science necessary?
A. Because Social Science is an entirely theory-based subject that requires a deep understanding of each topic and its concepts to answer any given question, Aakash’s NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Social Science gives students a clear and precise explanation that trains the students to answer a question in multiple ways to ensure clarity in the topics so that no part of the syllabus is left out.
Q. Is it possible to get the NCERT solutions for class 9th Social Science at low cost?
A. The NCERT solutions for class 9th Social Science provided by Aakash is absolutely free and these can be downloaded from the official website of Aakash Institute.
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