NCERT Solutions for Class 10

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 for Math, Science, English, Hindi and Social Science

NCERT Solutions are very essential if you want to pass the examination with the good marks. Class 10th is one of the most important phase in every student's life. You need to provide marksheet of this Class in every entrance and competitive exams as well as when joining a job. It makes good impression if you score good marks in Class 10th. If you prepare NCERT Solutions for Class 10 well, it will give you edge over your competitors. The questions provided in the textbook asked mostly covers whole concepts of the chapter thus it will be also helpful revising the chapters. Here, we have provided the NCERT Solutions of all subjects of Class 10 which you can easily check by clicking on the subject's name.


Class 10th Board is probably the first national-level exam that you're facing thus you need to prepare for this exam well which boost your morale. More than 1.5 million students appear for Class 10th Exam year. This exam will give you chance to asses your performance on large platform. CBSE has already introduced grading system and will evaluate students based on the 9 point grading system.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Math

There are fifteen chapters that can be subdivided into seven section, number systems, algebra, coordinate geometry, geometry, trigonometry, mensuration and statistics & probability. In the first part number systems, we will study about Euclid’s division lemma, Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic and Decimal representation of rational numbers. The second section contains chapters polynomials, pair of linear equations in two variables, quadratic equations, arithmetic progressions. In the third section, we will study the graphs of linear equations and distance formula. The fourth section has three chapters, triangles, circles and constructions. In the chapter triangle, we are proving the theorems related to similarity of triangles while in the circles we are proving theorem related to tangent. In the constructions part, we will do division of a line segment in a given ratio, tangents to a circle from a point outside it and doing a construction of a triangle similar to a given triangle. The section trigonometry has three chapters, In the first chapter, we will study trigonometric ratios of an acute angle of a right-angled triangle and will see the relationships between the ratios. The second chapter is about trigonometric ratios of complementary angles while the third part deals with heights and distances where we will talk about Angle of elevation and Angle of Depression. The sixth section is mensuration where we will see areas related to circles and surface areas and volumes. The last section is statistics and probability. In statistics, we will find mean, median and mode of grouped data while in the second chapter we will find the probability of an event.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science

There are sixteen chapters that can be subdivided into five sections, Chemical Substances-Nature and Behaviour, World of Living, Natural Phenomena, Effects of Current and Natural Resources. The first section is part of chemistry, the second and last section is part of biology while other sections form physics part. The first section has five chapters, Chemical reactions in which we will study chemical equation and types of chemical reactions. In the next chapter, acids,bases and salts we will see the general properties, examples and uses, concept of pH scale and preparation and uses of Sodium Hydroxide, Bleaching powder, Baking soda, Washing soda and Plaster of Paris. Metals and nonmetals chapter deals with the properties of metals and non-metals, reactivity series and formation and properties of ionic compounds. In the another chapter, Carbon compounds, we will study Covalent bonding in carbon compounds, Homologous series, Nomenclature of carbon compounds containing functional groups and Chemical properties. The last chapter of this section is Periodic classification of elements in which we will see early attempts at classification of elements, Modern periodic table, gradation in properties, valency, atomic number, metallic and non-metallic properties. The section world of living has four chapters in it. The first chapter Life processes introduces us to basic concept of nutrition, respiration, transport and excretion in plants and animals. In Control and co-ordination in animals and plants, we will learn about tropic movements in plants, plant hormones, Nervous system of animals Voluntary, involuntary and reflex action and animal hormones. The next chapter is about reproduction in animals and plants while Heredity and Evolution talks about laws for inheritance of traits and basic concepts of evolution. In the section Natural phenomena, we will talk about reflection and refraction in which we will talk about images formed by spherical mirrors and lens, centre of curvature, principal axis, principal focus, focal length, mirror formula. The next section is how things work deals with the electric current in which we will study Ohm's law, interrelation between P, V, I and R and magnetic effects of electric current. The last section has three chapters. Sources of Energy talks about conventional and non-conventional sources of energy. Next chapter is our environment in which we study Eco-system, Ozone depletion and Biodegradable and non-biodegradable substances. The last chapter is about Conservation and judicious use of natural
resources and water harvesting.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 English

There are two textbooks first flight and footprints without feet. First flight contains eleven chapters which includes variety of genres, including the diary, the formal address, the travelogue, and the play, on literary, cultural and sociological themes that touch upon aspects of life relevant to adolescents. The chapter also includes texts from contemporary history as Nelson Mandela and Anne Frank, and in fiction from India and abroad. Footprints without book contains variety of themes and there is a good representation of a variety of genres as well as of writers from across the world Indian, British, French, American and Japanese. This supplementary reader has ten pieces including a play and a
factual prose piece, as well as science fiction.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Hindi

Course A: This course has two textbooks, Kshitiz and Kritika. Kshitiz textbook has compositions of seventeen creators, of which eight prose works and nine poems. Poems were kept according to the historical chronology. The textbook includes stories, memoir, autobiographies with thoughtful and sarcastic essays. Five compositions have been compiled in Kartika textbook. The five compositions are specific in its story, craft and presentation.

Course B: This course has also two textbooks, Sparsh and Sanchyan. Sparsh textbook has total seventeen chapters on which nine are poems and eight are prose. The poems has been sequenced on the basis of poet's time. The compositions of Kaifi Azmi and Rabindranath Tagore are kept later. The sequence of prose section is done on the basis of difficulty. There are only three chapters in Sanchyan that are story, autobiography and novel part.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Social Science

The social science subject is divided into four parts, namely, History, Civics, Geography and Economics.

History textbook has five chapters of which you only have to study three chapter. The first two chapters are compulsory while you have to opt one chapter from the other three. The first chapter, Rise of Nationalism in Europe talks about the making of nations such as Germany and Italy in Europe. In the second chapter, we will see the growth of nationalism in India against the common oppressive British rule. In the third chapter, we will see the various phases that ultimately shaped the global world of today. The fifth chapter deals with the industrialisation that first happened in England and then spread to all over Europe. The fifth chapter talks about the development of printing and how it impacted the world.

Civics has total of eight chapters of which only five chapters will come in the examination. Chapter number third, fifth and eighth are not important for examination purpose. The first chapter includes the case studies of Belgium and Srilanka and through them we will try to understand the importance of power sharing. In the second chapter we will discuss vertical division of power sharing that is commonly called Federalism. In the third chapter Democracy and Diversity, we will discuss meaning the key terms Differences, similarities and divisions. The fourth chapter discusses the important role played by gender, religion and caste in Democratic Politics. The fifth chapter takes into the world of movements where will see the movement of Nepal and Bolivia and how these pressure groups and movements aims to shape the idea of democracy. The sixth chapter is about political parties in India. The seventh and eight chapter deals with the outcomes and challenges to democracy.

Geography textbook contains seven chapters however chapter number second and third will be assessed in the Periodic Tests only and will not be evaluated in Board Examination. The first chapter talks about the definition of resources but mainly we are focused on land resources. In the next two chapters, we will study forests, wildlife and water resources in detail. The fourth chapter is focused on agriculture in which we will talk about types of farming and major crops. In the fifth chapter, we will we studying about minerals and energy resources and conservation of these. The sixth chapter talks about the manufacturing industries in which we will talks about contribution of Industry to National Economy and classify these industries. In the last chapter, we will learn about the ways of transportation and means of communication.

The economics textbook covers the broader aspects of topics with mainly focusing to India. There are total five chapters in which last chapter, consumer rights will not be asked in the examination. In the first chapter, we will look the different perspectives of development and ways to compare different countries or states. In the second chapter we will focus on three sectors of Indian Economy, primary, secondary and tertiary sectors. The third chapter will discuss the world of money in which we will we study modern forms of money and details of credit. In the fourth chapter, we will study Globalisation and its impact on Indian Economy.

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