The National Council of Educational Research and Training was established on 1st September 1961 by the Government of India to advise and assist the central and state governments on policy programs for qualitative improvement in school education. It is an independent body that was established under the 1860 Societies Registration Act with its headquarters in New Delhi.
The NCERT is an implementation bureau for two-sided cultural exchange arrangements with other countries in the field of school education. It also works in collaboration with international organizations and gives numerous training equipment to educational employees from developing countries. It also provides solutions for all students to understand and comprehend the different topics quickly. Students can refer to these NCERT solutions to prepare themselves for the final exams. These solutions are solved by subject experts after a thorough analysis of the textbook.
The NCERT concerns with all problems of school education throughout the country, and it is fully financed by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development. The objectives of the NCERT are as follows:
- The NCERT prepares and publishes model textbooks, newsletters, supplemental materials, journals and other relevant materials.
- It undertakes aid, support and coordinate research in areas related to school education.
- The NCERT organises pre-service and in-service training of teachers.
- The NCERT acts as a clearinghouse for ideas and information in matters associated with school education.
- Promote and propagate innovative educational methods and practices
- Collaborate and network with state academic departments, universities, and NGO‘s and other educational institutes.
- Function as a nodal company for reaching goals of universalisation of primary education.
When students prepare their study plan for the class 9 English exam, they can start with their NCERT textbook. The textbook explains every chapter in detail with relatable references. The reader provides questions for students’ practice at the end of each chapter. The NCERT solutions for class 9 English offer a detailed summary of the chapter and practice questions and answers. For example, The Road Not Taken class 9 English poem from English Beehive Book consists of the poem’s outline, essential points, and exercise questions and answers. This will help the students understand the poem well and remember the important points from the chapter. It also helps them to practice for their final examination.
Class 9 English textbook has four books: English Literature Reader, English Beehive, English Moments, and English Main Coursebook. They are as follows:
- Chapter 1 How I Taught My Grandmother To Read
- Chapter 2 A Dog Named Duke
- Chapter 3 The Man Who Knew Too Much
- Chapter 4 Keeping It From Harold
- Chapter 5 Best Seller
- Chapter 6 The Brook
- Chapter 7 The Road Not Taken
- Chapter 8 The Solitary Reaper
- Chapter 9 Lord Ullin’s Daughter
- Chapter 10 The Seven Ages
- Chapter 11 Oh, I Wish I’d Looked After Me Teeth
- Chapter 12 Best Seller
- Chapter 13 Villa For Sale
- Chapter 14 The Bishop’s Candlesticks
Class 9 English Beehive (Prose)
- Chapter 1 The Fun They Had
- Chapter 2 The Sound Of Music
- Chapter 3 The Little Girl
- Chapter 4 A Truly Beautiful Mind
- Chapter 5 The Snake And The Mirror
- Chapter 6 My Childhood
- Chapter 7 Packing
- Chapter 8 Reach For The Top
- Chapter 9 The Bond Of Love
- Chapter 10 Kathmandu
- Chapter 11 If I Were You
Class 9 English Beehive( Poem)
- Chapter 1 The Road Not Taken
- Chapter 2 Wind
- Chapter 3 Rain On The Roof
- Chapter 4 The Lake Isle Of Innisfree
- Chapter 5 A Legend Of The Northland
- Chapter 6 No Men Are Foreign
- Chapter 7 The Duck And The Kangaroo
- Chapter 8 On killing A Tree
- Chapter 9 The Snake Trying
- Chapter 10 A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal
- Chapter 1 The Lost Child
- Chapter 2 The Adventure Of Toto
- Chapter 3 Ishwaran The Storyteller
- Chapter 4 In The Kingdom Of Fools
- Chapter 5 The Happy Prince
- Chapter 6 Weathering The Storm In Ersama
- Chapter 7 The Last Leaf
- Chapter 8 A House Is Not A Home
- Chapter 9 The Accidental Tourist
- Chapter 10 The Beggar
- Chapter 1(B) A Burglary Attempt
- Chapter 1(C) Can You Know People You Haven’t Met
- Chapter 1(A) An Exemplary Leader
- Chapter 2(A) The Final Flight
- Chapter 2(B) The Sound Of The Shell
- Chapter 2(C) Ordeal In The Ocean
- Chapter 3(A) The Indian Rhinoceros
- Chapter 3(B) Save Mother Earth
- Chapter 3(C) Save The Tiger
- Chapter 4(A) Radio Show
- Chapter 4(B) Video Show
- Chapter 5(A) Bermuda Triangle
- Chapter 5(B) The Invisible Man
- Chapter 5(C) The Tragedy of Birlstone
- Chapter 5(D) Harry Potter
- Chapter 6(A) Tom Sawyer
- Chapter 6(B) Children of India
- Chapter 6(C) Children and Computers
- Chapter 6(D) Life Skills
- Chapter 6(E) We Are The World
- Chapter 7(A) Grandmaster Koneru Humpy Queen of 64 Squares
- Chapter 7(B) It’s Sports Day
- Chapter 7(C) Hockey and Football
Students can download chapter-wise solutions of class 9 English and refer them to prepare themselves for their final examination.