Social Studies Olympiad Syllabus Class 10

Class 10 is a crucial year for all students. Indian Talent Olympiad assists in class 10 preparation by providing study material in the form of workbooks to all students. The Social Studies Olympiad Class 10 helps students to concentrate on topics, concepts and other aspects of the subject meticulously. It gives them a lot of leverage to find out answers, explore new questions on their own. The syllabus for the Olympiads is similar to the leading boards. Thus, students who prepare for Olympiads, stand a bright chance to score well in other competitions including their board exams. Social Study Olympiad Syllabus Class 10 is given below.



Chapter 1: British Rule in India
Chapter 2: National Movement and Era of Gandhi
Chapter 3: Post Independent India
Chapter 4: Political development of 20th Century
Chapter 5: Imperialism
Chapter 6: World war - 1
Chapter 7: Post war-Economic depression
Chapter 8: Fascism, Nazism
Chapter 9: World War-2
Chapter 10: UNO
Chapter 11: European union
Chapter 12: Great Revolt of 1857
Chapter 13: Social and reform movement-19th century
Chapter 14: Cold war
Chapter 15: Partition of Bengal
Chapter 16: Muslim League
Chapter 17: Towards Independence and partition
Chapter 18: Constitution
Chapter 19: India and world peace
Chapter 20: Consumers Rights
Chapter 21: Democracy and diversity, Political
Chapter 22: Gender, Religion and Caste
Chapter 23: Legislature, Judiciary Executive
Chapter 24: Challenges to Democracy
Chapter 25: Sectors of Indian economy
Chapter 26: Money and Credit
Chapter 27: Globalization
Chapter 28: Federalism
Chapter 29: India
Chapter 30: World-Continents
Chapter 31: Earth
Chapter 32: Waste Management
Chapter 33: Naturals Resources, Regions, Climate
Chapter 34: Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere
Chapter 35: Map



Series Completion, Alpha Numberic, Analogy, Classification, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, Puzzle Test, Sequential Output Tracing, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagrams, Alphabet Test, Ranking, Mathematical Operations, Inserting the Missing Character.



High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1 - Subjective.