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CBSE Class 9 History Chapter 4 Notes - Forest Society and Colonialism

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In a world where our natural resources are reducing by large amounts on a daily basis, it is of utmost importance that we learn about our forests and their history. Especially during the British colonial rule in India, the natural resources that forests have been providing us since time immemorial have been commercialised. While this is fantastic for the economy, making use of natural resources to the best of human abilities, it is not as great for the forests. 

This comes under the chapter of Forest Society and Colonialism Class 9 important points. This chapter touches upon how colonialism has established a need for the commercialisation of all-natural resources available on our planet and explains this in the context of various examples.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the best way to study for the Class 9 History exam?

The best way to study for the Class 9 History exam is by first going through the chapter, and then going through the Class 9 History chapter notes. By first reading the chapter, you will be able to tell what you find easier to understand, and what may be more confusing for you. By figuring this out, you will get a good idea about what you need to focus on the most. After this, using the notes of chapter Forest Society and Colonialism will help you best prepare for the exam, and especially this difficult chapter.

2. What is the weightage for chapter Forest Society and Colonialism in History?

The weightage for the Forest Society and Colonialism History chapter is 5 marks. To explain this further, History counts for 20 marks in the final exam for Class 9. This 20 marks is taken out of the total 80 marks of the Social Science paper in Class 9. There are four chapters that come for the examination as part of History. Forest Society and Colonialism are Chapter 4 in the History textbook. Each chapter consists of 5 marks each. Thus the Forest Society and Colonialism chapter count for 5 marks out of the total 20 marks.