Class 8 - Polity and Constitution (Prelims) by IAS Masters | UPSC | Notes, Videos, & Tests

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Notes, Videos & Tests you need for Class 8

NCERT Textbook: The Indian Constitution Doc | 17 pages
Test: The Indian Constitution Test | 25 ques | 25 min
Important Questions Test: The Indian Constitution Test | 20 ques | 20 min
NCERT Textbook: Understanding Secularism Doc | 10 pages
Important Questions Test: Understanding Secularism Test | 30 ques | 30 min
Test: Understanding Secularism Test | 20 ques | 20 min
NCERT Textbook: Why do we need Parliament? Doc | 14 pages
Test: Why do we need Parliament? Test | 25 ques | 25 min
Important Questions Test: Why do we need Parliament? Test | 25 ques | 25 min
NCERT Textbook: Understanding Laws Doc | 10 pages
Test: Understanding Laws Test | 25 ques | 25 min
Important Questions Test: Understanding Laws Test | 25 ques | 25 min
NCERT Textbook: Judiciary Doc | 14 pages
Test: Judiciary Test | 25 ques | 25 min
Important Questions Test: Judiciary Test | 25 ques | 25 min
NCERT Textbook: Understanding our Criminal Justice System Doc | 12 pages
Test: Understanding our Criminal Justice System Test | 10 ques | 10 min
Important Questions Test: Understanding Our Criminal Justice System Test | 20 ques | 20 min
NCERT Textbook: Understanding Marginalisation Doc | 16 pages
Test: Understanding Marginalisation - 1 Test | 10 ques | 10 min
Important Questions Test: Understanding Marginalisation Test | 15 ques | 20 min
NCERT Textbook: Confronting Marginalisation Doc | 10 pages
Test: Understanding Marginalisation - 3 Test | 10 ques | 10 min
Test: Confronting Marginalisation - 1 Test | 20 ques | 20 min
NCERT Textbook: Public Facilities Doc | 16 pages
Test: Public Facilities Test | 10 ques | 10 min
Important Questions Test: Public Facilities Test | 20 ques | 20 min
NCERT Textbook: Law & Social Justice Doc | 15 pages
Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 Test | 10 ques | 10 min
Test: Law & Social Justice- 2 Test | 20 ques | 20 min

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NCERT Textbook - Class 8 for UPSC CSE

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Notes for Class 8 - Polity and Constitution (Prelims) by IAS Masters for UPSC CSE

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Online Tests for Class 8 - Polity and Constitution (Prelims) by IAS Masters for UPSC CSE

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