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NCERT Books for Class 11 Social Studies

11hum_pol Ch 1 - Introduction Ch 1 - Introduction
11hum_pol Ch 2 - Freedom Ch 2 - Freedom
11hum_pol Ch 3 - Equality Ch 3 - Equality
11hum_pol Ch 4 - Social Justice Ch 4 - Social Justice
11hum_pol Ch 5 - Rights Ch 5 - Rights
11hum_pol Ch 6 - citizenship Ch 6 - citizenship
11hum_pol Ch 7 - Nationlism Ch 7 - Nationlism
11hum_pol Ch 8 - Secularism Ch 8 - Secularism
11hum_pol Ch 9 - Peace Ch 9 - Peace
11hum_pol Ch 10 - Development Ch 10 - Development
11hum_pol IC Ch 1 - CONSTITUTION: WHY AND HOW? IC Ch 1 - CONSTITUTION: WHY AND HOW?
11hum_pol IC Ch 2 - RIGHTS IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION IC Ch 2 - RIGHTS IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION
11hum_pol IC Ch 3 - ELECTION AND REPRESENTATION IC Ch 3 - ELECTION AND REPRESENTATION
11hum_pol IC Ch 4 - EXECUTIVE IC Ch 4 - EXECUTIVE
11hum_pol IC Ch 5 -LEGISLATURE IC Ch 5 -LEGISLATURE
11hum_pol IC Ch 6 - JUDICIARY IC Ch 6 - JUDICIARY
11hum_pol iC Ch 7 - FEDERALISM iC Ch 7 - FEDERALISM
11hum_pol IC Ch 8 - LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IC Ch 8 - LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
11hum_pol IC Ch 9 - CONSTITUTION AS A LIVING DOCUMENT IC Ch 9 - CONSTITUTION AS A LIVING DOCUMENT
11hum_pol IC Ch 10 - THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE CONSTITUTION IC Ch 10 - THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE CONSTITUTION
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” “Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.” “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” “The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn …and change.”