Class VIII

Download CBSE textbooks for 8th class in PDF form. All subjects of middle class like maths, science, social science (History, Geography and Political science).

Math

Chapter-1-Rational numbers
Chapter-2-Linear Equation in one variables
Chapter-3-Understanding quadilateral
Chapter-4-Practical Geometry
Chapter-5-Data handling
Chapter-6-Square and Square roots
Chapter-7-Cube and cubes roots
Chapter-8-Compairing Quantities
Chapter-9-Algebric expression and identites
Chapter-10-Visualising solid shapes
Chapter-11-Mensurations
Chapter-12-Exponents and power
Chapter-13-Direct and Inverse proportion
Chapter-14-Factorization
Chapter-15-Introduction to graphs
Chapter-16-playing with numbers

Science

Chapter 1- Crop Production and Management
Chapter 2- Microorganisms-Friend and Foe
Chapter 3-Synthetic Fibres and Plastics
Chapter 4- Materials-Metals and Non Metals
Chapter 5-Coal and Petroleum
Chapter 6- Combustion and Flame
Chapter 7- Conservation of Plants and Animals
Chapter 8- Cell – Structure and Functions
Chapter 9-Reproduction in Animals
Chapter 10-Reaching the Age of Adolescence
Chapter 11- Force and Pressure
Chapter 12-Friction
Chapter 13-Sound
Chapter 14-Chemical Effects of Electric Current
Chapter 15- Some Natural Phenomena
Chapter 16-Light
Chapter 17- Stars and The Solar System
Chapter 18-Pollution of Air and Water

Social Science (Civics)

Chapter 1-The Indian Constitution
Chapter 2- Understanding Secularism
Chapter 3- Why do we need a Parliament
Chapter 4-Understanding Laws
Chapter 5-Judiciary
Chapter 6-Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Chapter 7-Understanding Marginalisation
Chapter 8-Confronting Marginalisation
Chapter 9- Public Facilities
Chapter 10-Law and Social Justice

Social Science (Geography)

Chapter 1- Resources
Chapter 2-Land Soil Water Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Chapter 3-Mineral and Power Resources
Chapter 4-Agriculture
Chapter 5-Industries
Chapter 6-Human Resources

Social Science (History)

Chapter 1- How When and Where
Chapter 2- From Trade to Territory
Chapter 3-Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 4-Tribals Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Chapter 5- When People Rebel
Chapter 6-Colonialism and the City
Chapter 7- Weavers Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Chapter 8- Civilising the Native Educating the Nation
Chapter 9-Women- Caste and Reform
Chapter 10-The Changing World of Visual Arts
Chapter 11- The Making of the National Movement- 1870s-1947
Chapter 12- India after Independence