CBSE Board Syllabus for History


                                                                                                                                                 CBSE Syllabus for History have the weight ages of 100 marks in the final result and have four sections that named as following
1. Archaeology and ancient India [includes four units and have the weigh ages of 25 marks]
2. Medieval India [includes five units and have the weight ages of the marks 30]
3. Modern India [six units and have the weight ages of the marks 35]
4. Map work [is essential in the geography and history syllabus and it includes 10 marks out of 100]
Thus there are total of 15 units. The detailed CBSE History Syllabus is
Section A: Archaeology and ancient India
1. The story of the first cities
Introduction of the new ways in which a new data can lead to a revision of existing notations of history, broad overview of urban centers and discussion about the utilization by historians.
2. Political and economic history
The introduction about the major trends in the political history, economic history, broad overview and discussion of Political and economic history.
3. Social histories
Introduction and major issues related to Social histories.
4. A history of Buddhism
Discussion of the major religious developments in the country, a brief review of religious histories of different religions like Jainism, aisnaism, saiism etc.
Section B: Medieval India
5. Agrarian relation (The Ain – i - akbari)
Introduction about the agrarian relations, brief overview of structure of agrarian relation in the 16th and 17th centuries, patterns of change, account of the compilation and tranlation of Ain-i-Akbari.
6. The Mughal Court
Introduction of the major landmarks in the political history and discussion about the Mughal Court.
7. The new architecture – Humpi
Introduction, discussion, about the new buildings like temples, forts of that time etc.
8. Religious histories- The Bhakti sufi tradition
Introduction of the development of the different religious trends.
9. Medieal society through Travelers accounts
Introduction about the salient features of social histories described by the travelers, Outlines of the social and cultural life.
Section C: Modern India
10. colonialism and rural society
Introduction and discussion how the colonialism does affected by the Zamindars, artisans etc., Brief overview about the life of Zamindars, peasants in the 18th century.
11. Representation of 1857
12. Colonialism and Indian towns
Introduction of town plans and municipal reports, history of modern urban centers, The growth of Mumbai, Chennai etc. in the 18th and 19th century.
13. Mahatma Gandhi through contemporary eyes
Introduction of the significant elements of the nationalist moment and the Gandhian leadership mainly focused on Mahatma Gandhi in 1931.
14. Partition through Oral Sources
Discussion of the last decade of the national moment, the growth of the communal ism, the story of partition, The history of 1940's mainly focused on Punjab and Bengal.
15. The making of the Constitution
History of the early years after independence, independence and the new session of the country, the making of the constitution, the constitutional Assembly details and debates.
16. Map work of the states on described on the units 1 to 15.