ICSE Solutions for Class 9 History and Civics

Class 9 Social science exams commonly known as HCG paper has indeed the largest syllabus out of all the subjects. Studying for this paper is no less than a herculean task. Most of the students fear from this subject and believe that this subject is not a scoring one.

But believe me, if you follow the right strategy and right approach you can clear the History and Civics subject with distinction. In order to help the students accelerate their preparation for exams we have introduced ICSE solutions for class 9 History and Civics PDF. This solution book not only helps a student to gain good marks but solidifies the concepts and approach as well.

Class 9 History and Civics ICSE Solutions – Free PDF Download Chapter wise

Class 9 History and Civics ICSE Solutions


  1. The Harappan Civilization
  2. Early Vedic Civilization
  3. The Later Vedic Age
  4. India in the 6th Century BC: Rise of Jainism and Buddhism
  5. The Mauryan Empire
  6. The Sangam Age: Kingdoms and The Social and Economic Conditions
  7. The Age of the Guptas
  8. South India and the Cholas
  9. The Delhi Sultanate
  10. The Mughal Empire
  11. The Composite Culture: Bhakti Movement, Sufism and Influence of Christianity on Indian Society
  12. The Renaissance
  13. The Reformation
  14. Industrial Revolution and Capitalism and Socialism


  1. Our Constitution and Its Preamble
  2. Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles of State Policy
  3. Elections and the Election Commission
  4. Local Self-Government: Rural Local Institutions
  5. Local Self-Government: Urban Local Institutions
  • Sample Paper

If a student is studying in smart and focused manner, then he can easily secure 95% marks in the exam easily. Here I am providing few tips to study History and Civics effectively.

  1. Find your strengths

When you start studying, mark the chapters which you feel easier to study and understand. Easy not does means “short chapter” by any chance. It may happen that the longest chapter of your book may be easiest one.

  1. Mix and Match

Begin with the easier ones but study the tough chapters alternately. Do not leave all the toughest chapters for the end as it will create boredom for you. You will not be able to study the chapters.

  1. Topics to be covered

In the beginning of the book where the index is placed, along with the chapter name, some sub-topics are also mentioned. Have a glance over them and make sure that you have covered them in your preparation course.

  1. Time management

History and Civics may become monotonous sometimes. So, it is always recommended to go for a time table. It is recommended to learn these subjects early in the morning as these subjects require high retention power. You tend to learn maximum in the morning and least in the evening.

  1. Refer to solution books

First try to deduce the answer yourself. Solutions books should not be used for cramming. Solutions books should be used only as a reference material. You should follow solution books as the pattern provided for the solutions follow the latest board instruction set.

  1. Avoid taking breaks

Studying for 15 minutes and then taking a break of half an hour is not a done thing. Breaks should be taken after a period of 2-3 hours that too only of 15 minutes. If you take breaks more frequently, you will not be able to concentrate over the subjects.

Always opt for quality studying and not quantity. Some people just aim to finish the syllabus as fast as possible and in that hurry they leave some important topics. Just take your time and study properly. But that doesn’t means you will be devoting one full day for a single chapter of one subject.  Take the help of solution books for an effective speed.

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