Kiran White and Red Book of NCERT MCQs Multiple Choice Questions Class 6 to 12 Chapterwise Compilation of Objective Questions (2835)

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Kiran White and Red Book of NCERT MCQs Multiple Choice Questions Class 6 to 12 Chapterwise Compilation of Objective Questions English (2835)



Ancient History : Class–VI

1.What, Where, How and When

2.From Hunting Gathering to Growing Food

3.In the Earliest Cities

4.What Books and Burials Tell us

5.Kingdom, Kings and an early Republic

6.New Questions and Ideas

7.Ashoka, The Emperor who gave up War

8.Vital Villages, Thriving Towns

9.Traders, Kings and Pilgrims

10.New Empires and Kingdoms

11.Buildings, Paintings and Books

Ancient History : Class–XI

1.The Importance of Ancient Indian History

2.The Construction of Ancient Indian History

3.The Geographical Setting

4.The Stone Age

5.The Stone-Copper Phase

6.The Harappan Civilisation

7.Advent of Aryans and the Age of Rig Veda

8.Later Vedic Phase: Transition to State and Social Formatio

9.Jainism and Buddhism

10.Territorial State and the First Magadha Empire

11.Iranian and Macedonian Invasions

12.State and Varna Society in the Age of the Buddha

13.The Age of the Mauryas

14.Significance of the Mauryan Rule

15.Central Asian Contacts and Their Results

16.The Age of the Satvahanas

17.The Dawn of History in the Deep South

Medievel History : Class–VII

1.Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years

2.New Kings and kingdoms 3.Delhi Sultans

4.Mughal Empire

5.Ruler and Buildings

6.Towns, Traders and Crafts persons 7.Tribes, Nomads and Settled Communities

8.Devotion path to the divine

9.The Making of Regional Culture

10.Eighteenth-Century Political Formations

Medieval History : Class–XI

1.India and the World2.Northern India: Age of the Three Empires (800-1000)

3.South India: The Chola Empire (900-1200 CE)

4.Economic and Social Life, Education and Religious Beliefs (800-1200 CE)

5.The Age of Conflict (Circa 1000-1200)

6.The Delhi Sultanate-I

7.The Delhi Sultanate II

8.Government and Economic and Social Life under the Delhi Sultanate

9.The Age of Vijayanagara and the Bahmanids, and the Coming of the Portuguese

(C. 1350- 1565)

10.Struggle for Empire in North India-I (C. 1400-1525 CE) 11.Cultural Development in India (1300-1500 CE)

12.Struggle for Empire in North India-II Mughals and Afghans (1525-1555 CE) 13.Consolidation of the Mughal Empire; Age of AkbarNMQE-107

14.The Deccan and South India (Up to 1656 CE) 15.India in the First Half of 17th Century

16.Economic and Social Life under the Mughals

17.Cultural and Religious Developments

18.Climax and Disintegration of Mughal Empire-I

19.Climax and Disintegration of Mughal Empire- II

20.Assessment and Review

Modern History : Class–VIII

1.How, When and Where

2.From Trade to Territory

3.Ruling Counting Side

4.Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age

5.When People Rebel-1857 and After

6.Women Caste and Reform

7.Making of National Movement

8.India after Independence

Modern History : Class–XI

1.The Decline of the Mughal Empire

2.Indian States and Society in the 18th Century

3.The Beginnings of the European Settlements

4.The British Conquest of India

5.The Structure of the government and the Economic Policies of the British Empire in India,


6.Administrative Organisation and Social and Cultural Policy

7.Social and Cultural Awakening in the First Half of the 19th century

8.The Revolt of 1857

9.Administrative Changes After 1858

10.India and Her Neighbours

11.Economic Impact of the British Rule

12.Growth of New India- the Nationalist Movement 1858-1905

13.Growth of New India; Religious and Social Reforms After 1858.

14.National Movement 1905-1918

15.Struggle for Swarajya

World History : Class–IX

1.The French Revolutio

2.Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolutio

3.Nazism and the Rise of Hitler

4.Forest Society and Colonialism

5.Pastoralist in the Modern World

World History : Class–X

World History : Class–XII

Art & Culture : Class–XI

Art & Culture : Class–XII


Geography : Class–VI

Geography : Class–VII

Geography : Class–VIII

Geography : Class–IX

Geography : Class–X

Geography : Class–XI

Geography : Class–XII


Environment : Class–XII


Polity : Class–VI

Polity : Class–VII

Polity : Class–VIII

Polity : Class–IX

Polity : Class–X

Polity : Class–XI

Polity : Class–XII


Economics : Class–IX

Economics : Class–X

Economics : Class–XI

Economics : Class–XII

Micro Economics : Class–XII


Physics : Class–VI

Physics : Class–VII

Physics : Class–VIII

Physics : Class–IX

Physics : Class–X

Chemistry : Class–VI

Chemistry : Class–VII

Chemistry : Class–VIII

Chemistry : Class–IX

Chemistry : Class–X

Biology : Class–VI

Biology : Class–VII

Biology : Class–VIII

Biology : Class–IX

Biology : Class–X.

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