NCERT Solutions of Civics - Class 9th

NCERT Solutions of Civics - Class 9th (Social Science) Democratic Politics I - Free PDF Download

NCERT Civics textbook is mainly about the democratic setup which is in our country. The book starts with the definition of democracy and ends with the rights which are offered by a government of democratic country. In between we will learn about the voting pattern and working of  various democratic institutions in our country. If you are having any kind of issue in finding the correct answers of Democratic Politics I Textbook then it is available in this page. This page will help in finding NCERT Solutions of books. The complete detailed questions and answers of Class 10 Civics (S.St) is provided. The answer of each chapter is provided in the list so that you can easily browse throughout different chapters and select which you want.

Chapter wise Solutions of NCERT Class 10th Social Science Democratic Politics-I


There are total 6 chapters in this book. However, CBSE has decided to remove the first chapter from the book and thus we are left with only five chapters to study. In the first chapter we will see the expansion of democracy during the last hundred years. The various ups and downs of democratic government in different countries. The second chapter tell us how we can distinguish a democratic government from a non-democratic one. The definition and minimum features of a democratic form of government. Third chapter is Constitutional Design in which we will see the importance of constitution in a democratic country. In the fourth chapter, we will learn how the representative in a democratic setup are elected to govern on the behalf of the people. In the fifth chapter, working of institutions we will talk about the functioning of the various institutions present in a democratic country and how they help in maintaining a democratic rule. Last chapter is democratic rights in which we will see the citizen's democratic rights provided by a constitution.

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Let us look at the NCERT Solutions of each chapter. Type of questions and their difficulty.

Chapter 1 Democracy in the Contemporary World

Total nine questions are given of which first three are multiple choice questions, fourth question is match the following. Another five questions are of short answer type where we need to give appropriate reasons.

Chapter 2 What is Democracy? Why Democracy?

There are total 10 questions. In the first, second, fourth  question you have choose correct word for each statement. The third, fifth and sixth, question are multiple choice questions. In the seventh, eighth and ninth are of short answer type which need valid reasons. In tenth question, we have write essay on ‘Democracy and Poverty’ with the help of report given in the question.

Chapter 3 Constitutional Design

Total ten questions are given in the chapter of which first three are multiple choice question. Fourth and sixth question are match the following type. Fifth, seventh, eighth and ninth questions are of short answer type. Last question is true/false.

Chapter 4 Electoral Politics

Total eleven questions are given of which first and second question are multiple choice questions. The third question is match the following type. Another seven questions are of short answer type.

Chapter 5 Working of Institutions

Ten questions are given in the chapter. The first four questions are of multiple choice questions. Question number fifth is match the following. Remaining questions are of short answer type.

Chapter 6 Democratic Rights

Total ten questions are given in this chapter of which three questions are multiple choice questions. In fourth, fifth and sixth questions we have to write valid reasons for statement. Remaining questions are of short answer type.

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