These notes act as a guiding tool for students trying to study economics in class 9. This subject can set the base for students who opt the same subject for their 11th and 12th. The subject gives students a clear understanding of the basics of Economics. The subjects bring into light the importance of resources and how scarce they are in today's world and especially in India.
The various chapters cover a lot of the essential basic elements of economics so students can understand what the subject is all about.
This class 9 notes on economics will help students to understand the various concepts in basic economics. These notes can help students by making their studying preparation more straightforward and more comfortable to revise the subject. By using these notes, students can prepare in a more structured manner, thereby allowing for a systematic and faster method in studying, by using a systematic way, students will be able to understand concepts better. Students must move from basic concepts to the more challenging concepts, so they get a better grasp of the topics.
The NCERT class 9 CBSE notes consist of the following four chapters, and these are as follows
Chapter 1 - The story of village Palampur
This chapter covers one of the most critical sectors in India, and that is the Agricultural Sector. This sector contributes to about 18% of India's GDP and also produces the most amount of employment in the country. It is important to note that this chapter covers a lot of essential concepts: the organization of all the crops, the production, transportation, labour workers etc. this chapter covers a lot of the critical elements that are crucial to Indian Agriculture. The chapters bring in this imaginary village and bring a lot of hypothetical situations to it which happen in real life in this sector and how it shows how these situations affect the sector.
Chapter 2 - People as Resource
This chapter shows students how important people are to the economy and the role they play. The entire population is considered as a human resource; this human Resource can be developed and made better with facilities like good Healthcare, Education and good infrastructure that make our lives easier. The chapter then goes on to divide the various activities of the economy into Primary, Secondary and Tertiary. The chapter also goes in-depth about the division of labour and its relevance. The wage gap between men and women in the economy is also crucial to the division of labour. The quality of the population is determined on the skill of the people, the literacy rate and their life expectancy.
Chapter 3 - Poverty as a Challenge
This is one of the most critical chapters in the subject because it discusses poverty-stricken India post Independence. Poverty means a person who cannot afford a home, has access to healthcare facilities, no means to access clean drinking water and no opportunities for a source of income. In India, there are two types of poverty, one which is seen by social scientists and the other is based on the poverty line. The country had been seeing a drop in the poverty index from 45% in 1993 to 22% in 2012. The chapter also talks about the various problems of interstate disparity, vulnerable groups and the global poverty scenario. There are various causes for poverty, and these include the British government intervention and the small farmers being unable to repay the loans that they took. Several Anti Poverty measures have taken place over the years such as Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005, Prime Minister Rozgar Yogna etc.
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Chapter 4 - Food Security in India
Food security is a simple concept where food is available at all times, is affordable and accessible by all people in the country. Here the food must be accessible to everyone from all walks of life in every region in the country. Food security can only be ensured if the quality, accessibility and no barriers are all there. The reason why Food Security is in place is to avoid any sort of famine after a natural disaster or some sort of economic recession, avoiding hunger is the goal of Food Security. Ever since the green revolution, the country has been doing pretty well with two of its systems in place, ie. Buffer stock and Public Distribution System.
FAQs on Class 9 Economics Notes CBSE
1. What is the role of cooperatives in food security?
Ans: In the southern and western part of the country, they play a significant role. How Cooperatives work is they set up shops in different regions and their goods at low affordable prices. This makes it easier for poor people from rural areas and also urban cities to purchase food at prices convenient for them. This makes accessibility to food a lot easier and allows for Food Security in the country. With this, they help in Promoting Food Security in the country. These cooperatives allow for a faster network of cheap food during economic crises.
2. What are the factors that affect the quality of the population
Ans: Three factors affect the quality of the population, and these are as follows-
Education: By learning more only can the citizens grow and help the country grow simultaneously. Therefore the literacy rate of the country must grow.
Heath -Creating cheap and accessible healthcare can help grow the life expectancy of the country. By implementing good health care facilities around the country, can the people of the country live better lives and the living standard of the country become better?
Unemployment - In India, based on the sectors, the unemployment rate varies. In the rural area, it is usually more seasonal, whereas in the urban region it is more of educated unemployment.
3. How many chapters are present in the NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Economics?
Ans:There are a total of four chapters available in NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Economics. The first chapter is titled the Story of Village Palampur that talks about the agricultural sector of India. The second chapter is titled people as a resource which talks about how people are useful to the economy. The third chapter talks about poverty as a challenge. The fourth chapter is titled Food security in India which talks about the security of food.
4. How are the revision notes for Class 9 Economics important for the students?
Ans: Class 9 Economics is an important subject for all students. NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Economics plays a huge role here. It provides students with Solutions for all NCERT textbook questions. There are many important concepts, questions, and terms that are explained in detail at NCERT Solutions by subject experts. This will ensure that they clear all their doubts and score well in their examination. Apart from this, students can even solve practice papers and previous year's papers with the help of NCERT Solutions.
5. How Can I Score Well in Class 9 Social Science?
Ans:Students can score well in Class 9 Social Science by making notes regularly. This will ensure that they remember well. Vedantu provides students with revision notes that they can use while studying. These notes are written in a detailed explanation to help students understand better. With the help of revision notes, students can practice as much as they can with the help of previous years' papers and other important question banks. Students need to practice every day to do well.
6. How many books are there in SST of Class 9th?
Ans: There are a total of four books prescribed by NCERT for Class 9 Social Science. Vedantu provides students with an opportunity to access these textbooks for free. The solutions and books are also available on the Vedantu Mobile app. Students can even download a PDF based on their convenience. The books contain a detailed explanation of the chapter with important keywords and diagrams. These four books are mainly Indian and the Contemporary World, Economics, Contemporary India, and Democratic Politics. Students must refer to all these four books and prepare for their examination accordingly.
7. Can you briefly explain Food Security in India?
Ans: Food Security in India is a simple concept that students need to understand. Food security refers to the fact that food is available, accessible, and affordable to everyone living in the country. The food in India is said to be secured only when it is assured that there will be good food quality and accessibility with no barriers. One of the major reasons for food security in India is to avoid famine, and starvation in society.