NSSO | NOTSE SOCIAL STUDIES OLYMPIAD

About NSSO

NOTSE Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO) is an online Olympiad which assess students’ knowledge on subjects such as History, Geography and Civics. It is conducted by ULC, India (Upskills Learning Council) at National Level once in a year.

The syllabus* for NSSO is according to the respective classes & includes the base of all the boards. Students from different boards namely, State board, CBSE, ICSE, and International boards can take part in Social Studies exam.
*The syllabus mentioned below is only indicative and not necessary exhaustive.

SYLLABUS

Chapter 1: Family, neighbors and society. | Chapter 2: Social helpers | Chapter 3: Earth | Chapter 4: Land forms | Chapter 5: Religion culture and traditions | Chapter 6: Seasons | Chapter 7: Transport and communication | Chapter 8: Our Duties towards family and society. | Chapter 9: Water bodies | Chapter 10: Manners | Chapter 11: Map- States

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Chapter 1: Family, neighbors and society | Chapter 2: Basic Needs | Chapter 3: Our Ancient men | Chapter 4: Our Country | Chapter 5: Our Great leaders | Chapter 6: Social Helpers | Chapter 7: Places of worship | Chapter 8: Public Places | Chapter 9: Good Habits | Chapter 10: Hobbies for recreation | Chapter 11: Road Safety | Chapter 12: Natural Resources | Chapter 13: Our Festivals | Chapter 14: Transport and Communication | Chapter 15: Map-States and Capitals

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Chapter 1: Direction and Maps | Chapter 2: Understanding time | Chapter 3: Our Village, Our city | Chapter 4: Basic Needs | Chapter 5: Our Community life | Chapter 6: Public services for community life | Chapter 7: Earth-Continents and Oceans | Chapter 8: Our country and national symbol | Chapter 9: Religion culture and Tradition | Chapter 10: Occupation | Chapter 11: Local governing bodies | Chapter 12: Metropolises | Chapter 13: Our Early People | Chapter 14: Transport and Communication | Chapter 15: Maps-State, Capital and metropolises

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Chapter 1: Rights and Duties | Chapter 2: Our Rich heritage | Chapter 3: National Symbol | Chapter 4: Our country and its states | Chapter 5: The legends of India | Chapter 6: The Freedom Struggle | Chapter 7: Natural Resource | Chapter 8: Climate of India | Chapter 9: Agriculture and Industries (Occupations) | Chapter 10: Landforms in India | Chapter 11: Local Governing bodies | Chapter 12: Earth – Continents and Ocean | Chapter 13: Religion, Culture and Tradition | Chapter 14: Transport and Communication | Chapter 15: Maps-States, Capitals and River

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Chapter 1: Introduction History and Geography | Chapter 2: Evolution | Chapter 3: Stone age | Chapter 4: Settled Life and Urban Civilization (World) | Chapter 5: Earth and Solar system | Chapter 6: Living world on earth | Chapter 7: Family and Society | Chapter 8: States and Important cities | Chapter 9: Agriculture and Industries | Chapter 10: Forest cover of India | Chapter 11: Natural Resource- Soil and minerals | Chapter 12: Physical features of India | Chapter 13: Religion, Culture and Tradition | Chapter 14: Democracy and local governing Bodies | Chapter 15: Natural Disasters | Chapter 16: Maps- Crops

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Chapter 1: Sources of History | Chapter 2: Life and Early Humans | Chapter 3: Civilization | Chapter 4: Vedic Age | Chapter 5: Religion and Culture of ancients India | Chapter 6: Kings and Kingdoms | Chapter 7: Architecture and Literature | Chapter 8: Towards gender equality | Chapter 9: Ancients Traders- India and world | Chapter 10: Community life | Chapter 11: Government –Nations, States, City, Village | Chapter 12: Citizenship and Human Rights | Chapter 13: Globes and Maps | Chapter 14: Asia, Europe and Africa | Chapter 15: Natural Resources and Energy | Chapter 16: Maps-Asia, Europe and Africa

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Chapter 1: Vijyanagra and Bahamani Kingdoms | Chapter 2: Bhakthi and Sufi movements | Chapter 3: New kings and Kingdom a: Nayakas, Palegaras, Naada Prabhus b: Wodeyars of Mysuru, Kakatiyas, Rajputas, Marathas, Deccan Kingdoms | Chapter 4: Sultans of Delhi | Chapter 5: Mughal empire | Chapter 6: Arabs and Turkish Invasions | Chapter 7: Establishment and impact of British Empire | Chapter 8: Freedom struggle | Chapter 9: Social and religion reforms | Chapter 10: Industrial Revolutions | Chapter 11: Asia, Africa and Europe | Chapter 12: America (North and South), Australia and Antarctica | Chapter 13: Weather And Climate | Chapter 14: Natural Vegetation and Wildlife | Chapter 15: Structure of Earth | Chapter 16: Human Environment- Settlement, Transport and Communication | Chapter 17: Air and Water | Chapter 18: Natural Resources-Soil Minerals | Chapter 19: Naturals regions | Chapter 20: Tribes, Nomads and Settled Communities | Chapter 21: Democracy | Chapter 22: Fundamental Rights of Duties | Chapter 23: Our Defense Forces | Chapter 24: Factors of production | Chapter 25: Tax and its Importance | Chapter 26: Our Constitutions | Chapter 27: Map

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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

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Chapter 1: Harappan Civilization | Chapter 2: Events After 1960 | Chapter 3: Vedic Period and 6th century BC | Chapter 4: Mauryan, Sangam, Guptas, Cholas, South, Delhi Sultanate, Mughals | Chapter 5: Indo-Islamic Culture | Chapter 6: The Renaissance | Chapter 7: French Revolution Russian Revolution | Chapter 8: Nazism and Hitler | Chapter 9: Colonialism | Chapter 10: Naxalism, Communalism, Regionalism | Chapter 11: Human Rights and Fundamental Rights | Chapter 12: Our constitution | Chapter 13: Union and State Govt Chapter 14: Defense System | Chapter 15: Election and political Parties | Chapter 16: National Integrations | Chapter 17: Legislature Judiciary executive | Chapter 18: Physical Features of India | Chapter 19: India- Climate, Natural resources, Population, Tourism, Trade | Chapter 20: Earth (Motion, Structure, Landforms and Disasters) | Chapter 21: Weathering of rocks | Chapter 22: Hydrosphere and atmosphere | Chapter 23: Natural Regions | Chapter 24: Internal forces of Earth | Chapter 25: Economic Development | Chapter 26: Education | Chapter 27: Empowerment of Women | Chapter 28: Income and Tax | Chapter 29: Electoral Politics | Chapter 30: Maps

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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

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NOTSE OLYMPIAD | 2022
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