Class 6 Social Science Karnataka Board Syllabus

Karnataka Board Social Science Syllabus

Class 6 Social Science Karnataka Board Syllabus

History

1.India and Outside World

  • Introduction
  • Rise of Christanity and Islam
  • Crusades, Arabs, Mongols
  • Turks, Political
  • Cultural and Trade Contacts

2.Rajputs and Their Contemporaries

  • Palas
  • Gurjara – Prathiharas
    • Rajputs
    • Society and Culture
    • Literature
    • Economy
    • Religion and Sects
    • Arts and Architecture
    • Economic Condition
    • Contributions

3.Prominent Kingdoms of South India

  • Rastrakutas
  • Kalyani Chalukyas
  • Hoysalas
  • Cholas
    • Society and Culture
    • Literature
    • Society
    • Economic Life
    • Religion and Sects
    • Art and Architecture

4.Religious Ideas and Social Reformers

  • Shankaracharya (Advaita)
  • Ramanujacharya (Vishistadvitha)
  • Madhwacharya (Dwaita)
  • Basaveshavara (Shakti Vishistadvaita)
  • Vachana Movement

5.Delhi Sultanate

  • Polity
  • Economy
  • Society

6.Bhakti Cult

  • Bhakti Cult – Introduction
  • Chaitanya
  • Gurunanak
  • Meera Bai
  • Sufi Saints
  • Chishtis

7.Vijayanagara

  • Introduction
  • Dynasties
    • Sangama
    • Saluva
    • Tuluva
    • Aravidu
  • Devaraya – II
  • Krishnadevaraya
  • Battle of Talikota
  • Foreign Travellers
  • Contributions
    • Literature
    • Art and Architecture
    • Society
    • Economy

8.Bahamani Sultans

  • Introduction – Factors that lead to the Rise of the Kingdom
  • Major Rulers
  • Mahammed Gawan
  • Decline of Bahamani
  • Rise of New Kingdown
    • Immad Shahi of Birar
    • Nizam Shahi of Ahamad Nagar
    • Adil Shahi of Bijapur
    • Barid Shahi of Bidar
    • Qutub Shahi of Golkonda
  • Contributions
    • Literature
    • Art and Architecture
    • Society
    • Economy

9.The Mughals

  • Important Rulers
    • Babur
    • Akbar
    • Jahangir
    • Shershah
    • Shahajan
    • Aurangzeb
    • Decline of Mughals
  • Political System
  • Economic Condition
  • Society and Religion
  • Art and Architecture

10.Shivaji

  • Life
  • Achievements
  • Administrative System
  • Military System
  • Revenue System
  • Social Condition

11.Karnataka History

  • Introduction
  • Wodeyars of Mysore
  • Keladi Rules
  • Nayakas of Chitradurga
  • Yalahanka Nadaprabhaus
  • Kings of Coorg
  • Kittur Province
  • Rulers of Tulunadu
  • Nayakas of Hydrabad Karnataka
  • Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan

Civics

1.Constitution of India

  • Meaning
  • Importance
  • Framing of the Constitution
  • Preamble
  • Feature of the Constitution
    • Written Constitution
    • Unitary and Federal
    • Rigid and Flexible
    • Sovereign
    • Socialist
    • Secular
    • Demographic
    • Republic
    • Single Citizenship
  • Directive Principles
  • Fundamental Rights and Duties

2.Our Government

  • Organs
    • Executive – Centre and the State
    • Legislative – Centre and the State
    • Judiciary – Supreme Court
    • High Courts
    • Subordinate Courts
    • Lok Adalats
  • Formation – Power and Functions

3.Our Defence

  • Need for Defence
  • Divisions – Army – Navy – and Airforce
  • Ausculating Force Chiefs and Head Quarters
    • B.S.F.
    • Home Guards
    • Coastal guards
    • Civil Defence
    • N.C.C.
    • Red Cross

4.National Integration

  • Meaning
  • Factors hindering the National Integration
    • Casterism
    • Communicalism
    • Regionalism with Special reference to Border, Water and Language problems
  • Factors Contributing to National Integration
    • National Symbols
    • National Festivals
    • National Anthem

Geography

1.Asia – Land of Contrast

  • Asia: Location, Extent and Physical Setting
  • Regional Divisions of Asia (EA, SEA, SA, ME)
  • Physiography – Major Physical Divisions
  • Major Rivers and Agricultural Activities
  • Climate and Natural Vegetation
  • Important Minerals – Iron Ore, Manganese Bauxite, Coal, Petroleum, Major Industrial Regions
  • Population – Growth, Distribution and Density

2.Europe – Peninsula of Asia

  • Europe: Location, Extent and Physical Setting
  • Physiographic Divisions – Peninsula of Peninsulas
  • Climate regions and Natural Vegetation
  • Farming, Dairying and Fishing
  • Minerals, Important Industries – Iron and Steel Cotton Textile, Ship Building and Automobile
  • Major Industrial Regions of Europe
  • Population – Growth Distribution, Migration and Density

3.Africa – Central Continent

  • Africa: Location, Extent and Physical Setting
  • Physiography – Great Rift Valley, Basins, Lakes, Mountains and Isthmus of Suez
  • Water Resources: Rivers – Nile, Zaire, Niger, Zambezi and Senegal
  • Climate, Natural Vegetation and Animal Wealth (WLS / National Parks)
  • Agriculture and Industries – Reasons for poor development
  • Precious Minerals: Diamond and Gold
  • Population: Growth, Distribution and Density
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