Social Studies Olympiad Syllabus Class 8

The Social Studies Olympiad Class 8 is an important subject for all those who want to improve their knowledge in subjects such as geography, history, civics and political science. Students often find theory to be a little difficult. However, if we provide them with the right kind of training and guidance, it can be one of the most loved subjects among all. Indian Talent Olympiad’s social studies syllabus is here to develop interest in this subject among all students. The syllabus is as prescribed by the school. Students can study for Olympiads and prepare for other examinations at the same time. Social Study Olympiad Syllabus Class 8 is available on our website.



Chapter 1: Geographical Features and Pre-historic India
Chapter 2: Ancient Civilization of India and World
Chapter 3: British rule
Chapter 4: Freedom Movement
Chapter 5: India gains Independence
Chapter 6: Wars
a. The Carnatic Wars
b. Battle of Babur
c. Batte of Plassey
d. Dual Government in Bengal
e. Anglo Maratha
f. Anglo Mysore
g. Anglo Sikh
Chapter 7: Colonialism
Chapter 9: Rise of Jainism and Buddhism
Chapter 10: Mauryas, Kushans, Guptans, Vardhanas
Chapter 11: South India
a. Shatavahanas, Kadambas, Gangas
b. Chalukyas of Badami, Pallavas of Kanchi
c. Rashtrakas of Manyakheta
d. Chalukyas of kalyana
e. Cholas, Hoysalas of Dwarasamudra
Chapter 12: Our Constitution and Parliament
Chapter 13: Human Rights and UNO
Chapter 14: Judiciary System of India
Chapter 15: Caste System
Chapter 16: Natural Resources
Chapter 17: Economic Activities
Chapter 18: Vegetation and Wildlife
Chapter 19: Inside and Outside of the Earth
Chapter 20: Population
Chapter 21: Structure of Ocean Floor
Chapter 22: Money-Saving and Investment
Chapter 23: National Income and Sectoral Aspects
Chapter 24: Maps



Series Completion and Inserting the Missing Character, Alpha-Numeric Sequence, Analogy and Classification, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagram, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figures and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking, Construction of Squares.



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