ICSE - Class 10 Course

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  • Meaning of the federal setup in India
  • Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha
  • Powers and functions of Union Parliament

  • The President
  • The Vice-President
  • Prime Minister and Council of Ministers

  • The Supreme Court
  • The High Courts
  • Subordinate Courts

  • First War of Independence, 1857
  • Factors leading to the growth of Nationalism
  • Foundation of the Indian National Congress
  • First Phase of the Indian National Movement (1885-1907)
  • Second Phase of the Indian National Movement (1905-1916)

  • Mahatma Gandhi
  • Forward Bloc and INA
  • Independence and Partition of India

  • First World War
  • Rise of Dictatorships
  • Second World War
  • United Nations
  • Non-Aligned Movement

  • Map Only: Position and Extent of India
  • The physical features of India - mountains, plateaus, plains and rivers

  • Distribution of Temperature, Rainfall
  • Winds in Summer and Winter and factors affecting the climate of the area
  • Monsoon and its mechanism
  • Seasons - Summer, Monsoon, Retreating Monsoon, Winter

  • Types of soil - alluvial, black, red and laterite
  • Soil Erosion

  • Importance of forests
  • Types of vegetation - tropical evergreen, tropical deciduous, tropical desert, littoral and mountain
  • Distribution and correlation with their environment
  • Forest conservation

  • Sources - Surface water and ground water
  • Conservation
  • Irrigation

  • Iron ore, Manganese, Copper, Bauxite
  • Conventional Sources: Coal, Petroleum, Natural gas
  • Hydel power
  • Non-conventional Sources: solar, wind, tidal, geo-thermal, nuclear and bio-gas

  • Indian Agriculture
  • Types of farming - subsistence and commercial: shifting, intensive, extensive, plantation and mixed
  • Agricultural seasons - rabi, kharif, zayad
  • Crops - rice, wheat, millets and pulses, sugarcane, oilseeds (groundnut, mustard and soya bean), cotton, jute, tea and coffee

  • Importance and classification
  • Agro based Industry - Sugar, Textile (Cotton and Silk)
  • Mineral based Industry - Iron & Steel (TISCO, Bhilai, Rourkela, Vishakhapatnam), Petro Chemical and Electronics

  • Importance and Modes - Roadways, Railways, Airways and Waterway

  • Impact of waste accumulation
  • Need for waste management
  • Methods of safe disposal
  • Need and methods for reducing, reusing and recycling waste

Hydrogen Chloride, Ammonia, Nitric Acid, Sulphuric Acid

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