UP Board Class 9 Social Science 2022-23 Reduced Syllabus

The syllabus for UP Board Class 9 is believed to be the most challenging among other Board syllabi. Due to the COVID situation prevalent since 2019, UP Board has made several changes in their syllabus and paper pattern. So, it is important to be updated with all such changes for both teachers and students.

Studying about the class 9 Social Science concepts consolidates your foundation for the various competitive examinations like UPSC CSE or SSC CGL. Even if you don’t want to crack these examinations, being a responsible citizen of our country you must know about the glorious past and the rights that you possess as these rights protect you from getting exploited by others.

In this page, we have provided direct and free access to the Reduced Class 9 Social Science Syllabus PDF for the 2022-23 session.

Reduced Syllabus for 2022-23 Academic Session

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In the table given below, we have also provided the Reduced Syllabus for the 2022-23 session. The student will be given 2 hours time to complete the exam.

Units Unit Name Marks
I India and the Contemporary World – I (History) 20
II Contemporary India – I (Geography) 20
III Democratic Politics - I (Political Science) 15
IV Understanding Economic Development (Economics) 15
1st Internal Assessment (10) + 2nd Internal Assessment (10) + Four monthly test (10)*
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*NOTE: Average of all four monthly tests will be considered out of 10 marks.

Social Science Chapters


  1. French Revolution
  2. Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution
  3. <red> Nasizm and Rise of the Hitler <red>
  4. <red> Forest Society and Colonialism <red>
  5. Pastoralists in the Modern World


  1. India - Size and Location
  2. Physical Features of India
  3. Drainage
  4. Climate
  5. <red> Natural Vegetation and Wildlife <red> 
  6. Population

Political Science

  1. What is Democracy?
  2. Constitutional Design
  3. <red> Electoral Politics <red>
  4. Working of Institutions
  5. Democratic Rights


  1. <red> The Story of Village Palampur <red>
  2. People as Resource
  3. Poverty as a Challenge
  4. Food Security in India