OVERVIEW

Pride of India is one of the Samvit modules which focuses on enlightening children with our knowledge practices and great accomplishments in the areas of science, Maths, Arts and Humanities. Pride of India is graded content linked with class specific subject topics from NCERT curriculum. It provides information, activities, links to online and multimedia digital content for teachers. Teachers are expected to include relevant sections of Pride of India into their lesson plans. Content is generic and designed to suit the age group. Teachers are free to add more content depending on the school context and interest of children. At the end of each section there are set of activities, it is expected that teachers make it compulsory to complete these activities in the class or as group work. Teachers can also use Pride of India content for evaluation in class tests

High-lights of Pride of India Module:

  • Pride of India content is designed considering relevant knowledge level of children in particular grade
  • PoI content is mapped to NCERT curriculum for Science, Maths & Social science topics and sub-topics. This helps teachers in lesson planning
  • PoI Learning objectives are defined for each topic, this gives clarity to teachers on the expectations from the PoI content
  • Activities are provided for each topic, teachers can use it to enhance effectiveness of learning
  • NCERT Topic
  • Pride of India Content
  • Scientists of Bharat
  • Topic

Getting to know Plants> Garbage in and out Body Movements Food - Where does it come from? Components of Food Living organisms and their surroundings

Changes around us Water Air Fiber to Fabric Sorting Materials into Groups Separation of Substances

Fun with Magnets Light, shadow and reflection Motion and Measurement of Distance Electricity and Circuits

Whole Numbers Basic Geometric Ideas Understanding Elementary Shapes Symmetry Fractions Integers & Introduction to Vedic Maths Algebra Decimals Mensuration Data Handling Ratio and Proportion Practical Geometry

What, Where, How and When On the Trail of the Earliest People In the Earliest Cities From Gathering to Growing food & What books & Burials tell Kingdoms, Kings and Early Republic Ashoka- The Emperor who gave up war Vital, Villages and thriving Towns Traders, Kings & Pilgrims New Empires & Kingdoms Buildings Paintings & Books

The Earth in the Solar System The Globe Motions of Earth What is Government Key Elements of Democratic Government Major Domains of Earth India: Climate, Vegetation & Wildlife Major Landforms of the Earth Our Country - India

Understanding Diversity & Discrimination Panchayat Raj Rural Administration Urban Administration Rural Livelihod & Urban Livelihood

Sacred Grooves - Devar Kaadu Panchavati – Five revered Trees Importance of trees in Bharatiya Festivals & Daily life Preserving forests – Kautilya’s Arthashastra Deva & Asura Dhatu concept Jantar-Mantar

Shadow Puppets Mirrors in India Deva & Asura Dhatu concept

Magnets and Magnetic compass according to ancient Indians Making Magnets in ancient India

Dr Jagadish Chandra Bose Birbal Sahani Janaki Anmal Dr Rajagopal Vasudevan

Cell structure Reproduction in Animals Reaching the age of Adolescence Microorganisms - Friends and Foe Crop Production and Management Conservation of Plants & Animals

Coal and Petroleum Pollution of air and water Combustion and flame Synthetic Fibres and Plastic Metals and Non-Metals

Light Chemical effects of Electric Current Force & Pressure Friction Sound Stars & Solar System

Rational Numbers Understanding Quadrilaterals Practical Geometry Exponents and Powers Datahandling and Graphs Squares, Cubes & Its Roots Direct and Inverse proportion Comparing Quantities Algebraic Expressions and Identities Factorisation Mensuration Visualising solid shapes Linear Equations in one variables Playing with numbers

How, When & Where From Trade to Territory Ruling the Countryside Tribals, Dikus & Vision of Golden Age When People Rebel The Colonialism & The City Weavers, Iron smelters and Factory owners-History Women, Caste and Reform-History The Making of the National Movement- History India After Independence- History

India: Resources - Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation Mineral & Power Resources Agriculture-Geography Industries-Geography Human Resource-Geography

Why do we need parliament Understanding Laws Judicial system Criminal Justice System Understanding Marginalization Confronting Marginalization Public Facilities Laws and Social Justice

POI(PRIDE OF INDIA) DESIGNING MEMBERS