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AP Board SSC Social Science Syllabus 2020-2021

AP Board (Andhra Pradesh Education Board)

AP Board SSC Social Science Syllabus 2020-2021

The board has reduced the syllabus by 30% for the class 10 exam. The Directorate of state Examinations, Andhra Pradesh advised revising the syllabus thanks to the shortage of your time. At an equivalent time, science, the branch of Science dedicated to the study of human societies and therefore the relationships among individuals within those societies cover topics like Climate of India, The People, Post – War World and India, Citizens and therefore the Governments then on.

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To start the exam preparation, one thing students should have with them is Syllabus PDF or notes or study materials. It will help you more at the time of your exam preparation. Social Science Syllabus covers many of the exam resources like the latest AP state syllabus, Andhra Pradesh Board Model Question Papers, exam pattern, exemplar solutions, and review question list. So, Andhra Pradesh Board 10th Standard pursuing students keep on visit the official website for updates Syllabus & notes or you can also check our Website for getting updated AP SCERT 10th grade Subjects-wise PDF.

Part-1 Resources Development and Equity

S.N. Contents
1 India: Relief Features
2 Ideas of Development
3 Production and Employment
4 Climate of India
5 Indian Rivers and Water Resources
6 The People
7 People and Settlement
8 People and Migration
9 Rampur: A village Economy
10 Globalization
11 Food Security
12 Sustainable Development with Equity

Part-2 Contemporary World and India

S.N. Contents
13 The World Between Wars 1900-1950: Part-1
14 The World Between Wars 1900-1950: Part-2
15 National Liberation Movements in the Colonies
16 National Movement in India-Partition & Independance
17 The Making of Independent India's Constitution
18 Independent India (The First 30 years - 1947-77)
19 Emerging political Trends 1977 to 2000
20 Post - War world and India
21 Social Movements in Our Times
22 Citizens and the Governments

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