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Audiobooks for NCERT

Here's a comprehensive list of all the NCERT books from classes 6 to 12 across various subjects: 1. English: - Class 6: "Honeysuckle" (Reader) and "A Pact with the Sun" (Supplementary Reader) - Class 7: "Honeycomb" (Reader) and "An Alien Hand" (Supplementary Reader) - Class 8: "Honeydew" (Reader) and "It So Happened" (Supplementary Reader) - Class 9: "Beehive" (Textbook) and "Moments" (Supplementary Reader) - Class 10: "First Flight" (Textbook) and "Footprints Without Feet" (Supplementary Reader) - Class 11: "Hornbill" (Textbook) and "Snapshots" (Supplementary Reader) - Class 12: "Flamingo" (Textbook) and "Vistas" (Supplementary Reader) 2. Mathematics: - Class 6: "Mathematics" - Class 7: "Mathematics" - Class 8: "Mathematics" - Class 9: "Mathematics" - Class 10: "Mathematics" - Class 11: "Mathematics" - Class 12: "Mathematics" 3. Science: - Class 6: "Science" - Class 7: "Science" - Class 8: "Science" - Class 9: "Science" (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) - Class 10: "Science" (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) - Class 11: "Physics," "Chemistry," and "Biology" - Class 12: "Physics," "Chemistry," and "Biology" 4. Social Science: - Class 6: "Social Science" (History, Geography, and Civics) - Class 7: "Social Science" (History, Geography, and Civics) - Class 8: "Social Science" (History, Geography, and Civics) - Class 9: "Democratic Politics," "Contemporary India," "Economics," and "India and the Contemporary World" - Class 10: "Democratic Politics," "Contemporary India," "Understanding Economic Development," and "India and the Contemporary World-II" - Class 11: "Indian Constitution at Work," "Political Theory," "Themes in World History," and "Indian Economic Development" - Class 12: "Politics in India since Independence," "Social Change and Development in India," "Macroeconomics," and "Fundamentals of Human Geography" 5. Hindi: - Class 6: "Vasant," "Durva," and "Bal Ram Katha" - Class 7: "Vasant," "Durva," and "Mahabharat" - Class 8: "Vasant," "Durva," and "Bharat Ki Khoj" - Class 9: "Kshitij," "Sparsh," "Kritika," and "Sanchayan" - Class 10: "Kshitij," "Sparsh," "Kritika," and "Sanchayan" - Class 11: "Antra," "Aroh," "Vitan," and "Antral" - Class 12: "Aaroh," "Vitan," "Antral," and "Antrik" These books cover the major subjects taught in Indian schools. They are published by NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) and serve as the foundation for academic studies. Regarding audiobooks, while specific audiobook adaptations of NCERT textbooks may not be available, audiobooks can still play a supportive role in the learning process. Audiobooks can improve listening skills, enhance language fluency, and provide additional resources related to the subjects. For example, students can explore audiobooks on language learning, classic literature, or popular science books to supplement their understanding and develop a broader perspective. While audiobooks can be valuable, it's important to note that NCERT books are primarily designed for textual reading. Therefore, students should engage with the physical books directly to fully grasp the content, examples, and exercises provided in the NCERT curriculum. Audiobooks can serve as a supplementary resource to reinforce learning, improve language skills, and explore related subjects beyond the scope of the NCERT curriculum.

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