Class 9 Geography Notes CBSE

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Class 9th geography chapters are some of the most fun to learn chapters that present themselves with tons of practical information that students need to have to explore the world properly. Class 9 science and social science play a vital role in a student’s life as from this class, you will be able to see your interest in different streams. After class 9th, you will get to know which of the subjects will help you grow in your professional career, and you can make your living from its learning. 

In addition to this class, 9th social science books have different sections divided into three different parts. These three parts are history, geography, and civics. Today we are focussing on geography notes in class 9. We will be providing our readers with an insight into each chapter and its importance. 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Why do students need to study geography?

Students learn geography with interest, but they do not know why they are studying, and why is it important? Well, geography helps understand the basic physical systems that affect everyday life, like the relation of sun and earth, water current, and wind. In addition to this, by learning about past geography, students will know how geography has played an essential role in the evolution of people and change history.


If students don’t learn about geography, they won’t be able to make a mental map of places, continents, and countries. Thus, it will be hard for them to locate what is happening in which part of the world. With the help of geography, teachers will make students appreciate the homeland of mankind and give them lessons on the wise management of natural resources.

2. Is overpopulation a problem only in areas where population density is high?

No, this is not true. Areas that are densely populated do not necessarily indicate the problem of overpopulation. On the contrary, if an urban area is populated, it is because of its development and ability to manage several small regions. The expansion of cities is inevitable, but with that, people living in meteors get to experience better economic, social, and cultural benefits. 


Overpopulation is not limited to small cities or villages. Even a city like Delhi can be considered overpopulated if you look at the number of people living. In addition to this, when there’s overpopulation, there is air pollution, which we see for the past few years in NCR. High population density isn’t a problem if a community knows how to manage it properly.