ICSE History: First Phase of Indian National Movement (NOTES)


One of our readers, Sudheeksha, recently contributed her ICSE Class 10 Notes on The First Phase of the Indian National Movement.  We are indebted to her for the help and are delighted to finally share her material with you.

Her revision notes have been organized point-wise according to the sub-topic. This kind of presentation of the theory will help you remember the points easily and recall them when writing your exam. Also, as we have mentioned in our last minute tips on writing the ICSE History Board Exam Paper, one should write answers in History in points without excessive elaboration.

So, keeping that in mind, we hope Sudheeksha’s concise notes help you in your preparation for the ICSE History Board Exam!

 

Here’s a link to download the PDF file for the above-mentioned notes:

ICSE NOTES: History – First Phase of Indian National Movement (Compiled by Sudheeksha)

You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them for your personal use as required. You are forbidden to reproduce any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us or go through our copyright policy. 

 

UPDATE as on 25th December, 2018: As reader Chaitanya Tejaswi has pointed out, in the above notes, it should read ‘No taxation without representation’ instead of ‘No representation without taxation’ on Page 1 under the heading “Objectives” –> “Constitutional Reforms”.

 

Let us know your feedback on the study notes by commenting below!

 

Also see the following study notes to help you prepare for your upcoming ICSE Board Exams:

ICSE History: The Early Nationalists (NOTES)

ICSE History: First War of Independence, Nationalism, and More! (NOTES)

ICSE Class 10 Quick Links – all notes in one place

 

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20 thoughts on “ICSE History: First Phase of Indian National Movement (NOTES)

  1. Chaitanya Tejaswi says:

    there’s a mistake that i noticed in the notes…
    It’s in the first page under objective sub-topic.
    The last point which says: No representation without taxation
    while it should be: No taxation without representation

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Chaitanya,

      Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to provide your valuable feedback. As we cannot overwrite the above notes, we have updated the post with the correction. We are ever grateful to have keen readers such as you! Hope you find our platform helpful. Keep visiting, and do continue to share your feedback. 🙂

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Dripta,

      Thank you for visiting and leaving behind your feedback! We’re glad you found Sudheeksha’s notes helpful. 🙂

      Also, how much did you score before and after using these notes? Do let us know so that we can measure the extent of their impact!

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  2. Joyce says:

    Hi….. Thanks a lot for ur great effort in helping out students in their preparation for the exams .. ur notes are really very helpful….. Please provide chapter wise important keywords for geography, history & civics for classes 9 & 10….

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Joyce, thank you for taking the time to comment! We appreciate the positive feedback and kind words. We have noted your requirement and have added it to our “Help Our Readers” list under “Here’s How You Can Help.” However, this site currently only caters to ICSE Class 10 and not Class 9. We will keep your request in mind. Do keep visiting!

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  3. mailtofunnyajay says:

    Hi, i love the way u guys give tips and i have exams tomorrow. Your notes gave an outline and helped me to regain things i don’t remember. Wish you the very best to continue your excellent work and if I could i will surely do some help to improve your website and contents

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi there!

      Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to leave behind such kind feedback. We are glad to know that Sudheeksha’s notes helped you!

      We would certainly love to have you as a part of our ever-growing team of contributors. Keep visiting, and stay connected!

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