Prelims Revision-2018

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Indian Polity:

  1. Introduction
  2. Constitutional Features
  3. Guiding Values of the Constitution
  4. Sources of Constitution
  5. Working of the Constitution
  6. Union & its Territory
  7. Citizenship
  8. Fundamental Rights
  9. Fundamental Duties
  10. Directive Principles
  11. Union Executive
  12. Union Legislature
  13. Parliamentary Committees
  14. State Legislative Assembly
  15. Local Government
  16. Judiciary
  17. Federal System
  18. Center State Relation
  19. Communist government
  20. Emergency Provision
  21. Elections System
  22. Political Parties
  23. Constitutional Amendments
  24. Constitutional Schedules
  25. Separation of Powers
  26. Protection of President and Governors
  27. Parts of Constitution
  28. Schedules

 


Ancient Indian History:

  1. Ancient Indian History
  2. Sources of Ancient History
  3. Archaeological Sources
  4. Stone Age Cultures
  5. Mesolithic Culture
  6. The Neolithic Age
  7. Chalcolithic Period of India
  8. Chalcolithic Culture In India
  9. Harappan Civilization
  10. Harappan Town Planning
  11. Harappan Crafts and Industries
  12. Harappan Culture
  13. Harappan Religion
  14. Harappan Chronology
  15. Vedic Civilization
  16. Vedic Society
  17. Vedic Politics
  18. Vedic Religion and Philosophy
  19. The Aryan Invasion
  20. Later Vedic Age
  21. Social System after Vedic Age
  22. Indian Philosophy
  23. Jainism
  24. Buddhism
  25. Alexander’s Campaign in India
  26. Maurya Dynasty
  27. Kalinga War and its Impact
  28. Society and Economy during Mauryas
  29. Mauryan Governance
  30. Early History of South India
  31. Age of Smaller Dynasties
  32. Literature of Satavahana Period
  33. Society of Satavahana Period
  34. Economy of Satavahana Period
  35. Technology of Satavahana Period
  36. Chola Dynasty
  37. Pandya Dynasty
  38. Chera Dynasty
  39. Period of Foreign Invaders
  40. Gupta Period
  41. Decline of Guptas
  42. Governance of Gupta Period
  43. Literature of Gupta Period
  44. Economy in Gupta Period
  45. Science and Tech of Gupta Period
  46. India after the Gupta Period
  47. Period of Harsha
  48. South India during the Harsha Period
  49. Kadamba Dynasty
  50. History of Kamarupa
  51. India after Harsha
  52. Gurjara Pratiharas
  53. Palas of Bengal
  54. Rashtrakutas of Deccan
  55. Literature after the Harsha Period
  56. Society after the Harsha Period
  57. Economy after the Harsha Period
  58. Religion after the Harsha Period

Medieval Indian History:

  1. Kingdoms of North India
  2. The Rajputs
  3. The Invaders
  4. Delhi Sultanate
  5. The Khilji Sultans
  6. Tughlaq Sultans
  7. Lodi Sultans
  8. New Kingdoms
  9. Religion
  10. The Sikh Movement
  11. Babur’s Advent into India
  12. Major Battles
  13. Babur’s Conquest
  14. Humayun’s Conquest
  15. Humayun’s Downfall
  16. Sur Empire
  17. Akbar the Great
  18. Early Phase of Akbar’s Reign
  19. Expansion of Mughal Empire
  20. Akbar’s Administrative System
  21. Akbar’s Organization of Government
  22. Akbar’s Relation with Neighbours
  23. Rebels during Mughal Empire
  24. Deccan and South India
  25. Conquest of South – I
  26. Conquest of South – II
  27. Deccan’s Cultural Contribution
  28. Political Development during the Mughals
  29. Nur Jahan
  30. Shah Jahan’s Rebel
  31. Mughals’ Foreign Policy
  32. Mansabdari System
  33. Social Life under the Mughals
  34. Nobles and Zamindars
  35. Trade and Commerce
  36. Mughals’ Cultural Developments
  37. Language, Literature and Music
  38. Religious Ideas and Beliefs
  39. Problems of Succession
  40. Aurangzeb’s Reign and Religious Policy
  41. North-East India
  42. Popular Revolts and Movements
  43. Rise of Maratha
  44. Administrative System of Shivaji
  45. Aurangzeb and Deccani States

Modern Indian History:

  1. Decline of Mughal Empire
  2. Bahadur Shah I
  3. Jahandar Shah
  4. Farrukh Siyar
  5. Muhammad Shah
  6. Nadir Shah’s Outbreak
  7. Ahmed Shah Abdali
  8. Causes of Decline of Mughal Empire
  9. South Indian States in 18th Century
  10. North Indian States in 18th Century
  11. Maratha Power
  12. Economic Conditions in 18th Century
  13. Social Conditions in 18th Century
  14. Status of Women
  15. Arts and Paintings
  16. Social Life
  17. The Beginnings of European Trade
  18. The Portuguese
  19. The Dutch
  20. The English
  21. East India Company (1600-1744)
  22. Internal Organization of the Company
  23. Anglo-French Struggle in South India
  24. The British Conquest of India
  25. Mysore Conquest
  26. Lord Wellesley (1798-1805)
  27. Lord Hastings
  28. Consolidation of British Power
  29. Lord Dalhousie (1848-1856)
  30. British Administrative Policy
  31. Agriculture during British Era
  32. British Economic Policies
  33. Transport & Communication
  34. Land Revenue Policy
  35. Administrative Structure
  36. Wood’s Despatch on Education
  37. Judicial Organization
  38. Social and cultural Policy
  39. English Education in India
  40. Social and Cultural Awakening
  41. The Revolt of 1857
  42. Major Causes of 1857 Revolt
  43. Diffusion of 1857 Revolt
  44. Centers of 1857 Revolt
  45. Outcome of 1857 Revolt
  46. Criticism of 1857 Revolt
  47. Administrative Changes After 1858
  48. Economic Impact of British Rule
  49. Nationalist Movement (1858-1905)
  50. Predecessors of INC
  51. Indian National Congress
  52. INC & Reforms
  53. Religious & Social Reforms
  54. Religious Reformers
  55. Women’s Emancipation
  56. Struggle Against Caste
  57. Nationalist Movement (1905-1918)
  58. Partition of Bengal
  59. Indian National Congress (1905-1914)
  60. Muslim League & Growth of Communalism
  61. Home Rule Leagues
  62. Struggle for Swaraj
  63. Mahatma Gandhi Assumes Leadership
  64. Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre
  65. Khilafat & Non-Cooperation Movement
  66. Second Non-Cooperation Movement
  67. Civil Disobedience Movement II
  68. Government of India Act (1935)
  69. Growth of Socialist Ideas
  70. National Movement During World War II
  71. Post-War Struggle
  72. Clement Attlee’s Declaration & Independence

Indian Geography:

  1. Introduction
  2. Physical Aspect
  3. Drainage System
  4. Climate
  5. Lakes in India
  6. Natural Vegetation
  7. National Forest
  8. Wildlife
  9. Soil
  10. land Resources
  11. Agriculture
  12. Mineral Resources
  13. Energy Resources
  14. Industry
  15. Transport
  16. Communications
  17. Settlement
  18. Regional Development
  19. Disasters

Geography through Maps:

  1. Physical features of India 
  2. Rivers and lakes India
  3. India Map
  4. Mapping, Important locations of the world (Free PDF)
  5. Asia Political
  6. Asia Physical
  7. North of Asia
  8. East Asia Political
  9. East Asia-Physical
  10. Central Asia
  11. South East Asia

 


World Geography: (Source G.C.Leong)

  1. River Drainage Patterns & Erosion Processes
  2. Landforms by Running Water
  3. Landforms of Glaciation
  4. Landforms of Highland Glaciation
  5. Landforms of Lowland Glaciation
  6. Desert Landforms & erosion mechanism
  7. Landforms of Wind Deposition in Deserts
  8. Landform of water action in desert
  9. Karst Topography – Limestone & Chalk
  10. Types of Lake
  11. Coastal Landforms
  12. Types of Coasts
  13. Islands & Coral Reefs
  14. Hot Wet Equatorial Climate
  15. Tropical Monsoon Climate & Tropical Maritime Climate
  16. Savanna Climate (Sudan Type Climate) – Tropical Grasslands
  17. Deserts Climate Type
  18. Mediterranean Climate
  19. Steppe Climate
  20. China type Climate
  21. British type Climate
  22. Siberian Climate
  23. Laurentian Climate
  24. Tundra Climate

Environment

  1. Environment & Ecology
  2. Ecosystem & Types
  3. Phytoplanktons
  4. Photosynthesis 
  5. Ecosystem Productivity
  6. Food Chains
  7. Ecological Pyramid
  8. Ecological Succession
  9. Footprints, Biomes & Ecotone
  10. Aquatic Ecosystem
  11. Pollutants, Effects and Types of Pollution
  12. Renewable Energy in India
  13. Waste Management in India
  14. Convention on Biological Diversity
  15. Organizations and Conventions related to Biodiversity
  16. IUCN Red data Book
  17. Ozone Layer Depletion
  18. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
  19. United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
  20. The Montreal Protocol & the Vienna Convention
  21. Bonn Convention, Washington and the Ramsar Convention
  22. International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling
  23. International Conventions
  24. Mangroves
  25. Coral Polyps
  26. Biodiversity Conservation
  27. Types of Species
  28. Adaptation
  29. Interaction between Species
  30. Air Pollution
  31. Air Quality in India
  32. Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary
  33. National Action Plan on Climate Change
  34. National River Conservation Plan
  35. Nitrogen Cycle
  36. Sulphur Cycle
  37. Hydrological Cycle
  38. Carbon Cycle, Oxygen Cycle and Phosphorus Cycle
  39. Wetlands
  40. Environmental Impact Assessment
  41. In Situ & Ex Situ Conservation
  42. Biodiversity Hot Spots Across India and World
  43. Insectivorous Plants of India
  44. REDD | IPCC | Global Environment Facility | Arctic Council
  45. Critically Endangered Birds in India
  46. Threatened Wildlife
  47. Biosphere reserves in India
  48. ECO Zones of India
  49. India State of Forest Report 2017
  50. Ozone and Environment
  51. Major Air Pollutants and Their Sources
  52. 7 Rare and Exotic Wildlife Species
  53. Priority Species