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ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021ContentsAbout the Document . 1INDIAN POLITY- Broad Topics . 2GEOGRAPHY-Broad Topics . 6ECONOMY-Broad Topics . 12ANCIENT INDIA-Broad Topics. 17MEDIEVAL INDIA- Broad Topics . 20MODERN INDIA- Broad Topics . 21ART & CULTURE-Broad Topics . 24ENVIRONMENT-Broad Topics . 25About the DocumentThis document contains broad categorization of topics associated with UPSC Prelims Syllabusfor subjects like Polity, Geography, Economy, History and Environment. This will surely easeyour burden. Keep a print out of the same all the time and keep adding topics into it.Note that these topics are not exhaustive but indicative. There are many sub-sections that wewill learn and cover under ILP-2021 Programme. This document is a step towards making yourjourney a little less burdened Note- Science & Technology related topics are not fixed as they form major part of CurrentAffairs. Do not worry about its coverage which will be effectively done during the course of ILP.www.iasbaba.comPage 1

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021INDIAN POLITY- Broad TopicsBasics Historical BackgroundMaking of the ConstitutionSalient Features of the ConstitutionPreamble of the ConstitutionUnion and its TerritoryCitizenshipConstitution: Why and How?Constitution as a Living DocumentThe Philosophy of the ConstitutionRights in the Indian ConstitutionExecutive, Legislature, JudiciaryFederalism, Local GovernmentsElection and RepresentationFUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS Features Of Fundamental RightsArticle 14-18 Right To Equality (1418)Article 19-22: Right to FreedomArticle 25 - 28: Right to ReligiousFreedomArticle 29 and 30: Cultural andEducational RightsArmed Forces And Criticism Of Fundamental RightsSignificance Of Fundamental RightsDIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY(DPSP) FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES List of FDs in Article 51 AFeatures of the FDsCriticism of FDsSignificance of FDsRelationship between FundamentalRights and Fundamental DutiesAMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION Procedure for Amendment as laiddown in Article 368 Part XXTypes of AmendmentsIngredients of the ‘Basic Structure’Criticism of the AmendmentProcedureBASIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONSTITUTION www.iasbaba.comFeatures of the Directive Principles:Criticism to DPSPSignificance of Directive TSANDDIRECTIVE PRINCIPLESIMPLEMENTATION OF DIRECTIVEPRINCIPLESAmendment and the icance of the Basic StructurePage 2

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 CritiquesPARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM What is Parliamentary system ofgovernment?MERITS AND DEMIERITS OF THEPARLIAMENTARY SYSTEMWhy India adopted Parliamentarysystem rather than Presidential?FEDERAL SYSTEM FeaturesWhy our Constitution framers adoptthe federal system for India?Federal Features Of The ConstitutionUnitary Features Of The IndianConstitutionCRITICAL EVALUATION OF THEFEDERAL SYSTEMCo-operative Federalism in IndianPerspectiveCENTRE-STATE RELATIONS Legislative RelationsAdministrative RelationsFINANCIAL RELATIONSTerms of reference of the 15thFinance Commission: IssuesTension Areas In Center-StateRelationsINTER-STATE RELATIONS Inter-State Water DisputesThe Inter-State River Water Disputes(Amendment) Bill 2017Inter-State Public Acts, Records And JudicialProceedingsInter-State Trade And CommerceZonal CouncilsEMERGENCY PROVISIONS National EmergencyPresident’s RuleFinancial EmergencyImplications Of Financial EmergencyINDIAN PARLIAMENT Composition of Two HouseSession of ParliamentOffices in the ParliamentMotionsParliamentary ProcessesMoney BillsBudget in ParliamentKinds of FundsPosition of Rajya SabhaParliament PrivilegesTypes of MajorityParliamentary CommitteesParliamentary ForumsCENTRAL GOVERNMENT President of IndiaVice-PresidentPrime Minister of IndiaCentral Council of MinistersCabinet CommitteesCabinet SecretariatSupreme CourtPage 3

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021STATE LEGISLATURE GovernorChief MinisterCouncil of MinistersGovernmentLegislative ProcedureLegislatureHigh CourtinState inStateNITI AAYOGDifference between NITI Aayog andPlanning CommissionAspirational Districts ProgrammeNATIONALHUMANRIGHTSCOMMISSION (NHRC)CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF NHRCNHRC and Sustainable DevelopmentGoal (SDG)STATEHUMANRIGHTSCOMMISSION (SHRC)CENTRALINFORMATIONCOMMISSION (CIC)STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION(SIC)CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION(CVC)CENTRALBUREAUOFINVESTIGATIONLOKPAL AND LOKAYUKTASPRESSURE GROUPS/NGO’s Difference between political partyand pressure groupFeatures of Indian pressure groupTypes of pressure groupswww.iasbaba.comMajor pressure groups in IndiaMedia as pressure groupRole of pressure group in IndiaCriticism of Pressure groupsNON-GOVRNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONSNON-CONSTITUIONAL BODIES Famous NGO’sIssues in NGO’s FunctioningLOCAL GOVERNMENT Panchayati Raj SystemMunicipal CorporationsCONSTITUTIONAL BODIES Election CommissionPublic VICECOMMISSIONFINANCE COMMISSIONNational Commission for ScheduledCastesNational Commission for ScheduledTribesNational Commission for BackwardClassesSpecial Officer for LinguisticMinoritiesCOMPTROLLERANDAUDITORGENERAL OF INDIAAttorney General of IndiaADVOCATE GENERALPage 4

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021Important Topics Co-operative SocietiesOfficial ElectionsELECTION PROCESSPolitical PartiesROLE OF CIVILDEMOCRACYSERVICESINPage 5

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021GEOGRAPHY-Broad TopicsTHE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSEGEOMORPHOLOGY Four Great Earth RealmsScales in Physical GeographySystems in Physical GeographyINTERIOR OF THE EARTH Direct methodsIndirect methodsSeismic Wave ModelROCK SYSTEM Igneous RocksSedimentary RocksMetamorphic RocksSHAPE OF THE CONTINENTS Continental DriftSea – floor SpreadingPlate Tectonic TheoryContinental Rift ValleysConvergent BoundariesOceanic–continental ConvergenceOceanic–continental ConvergenceContinentalcontinentalConvergenceTYPES OF FORCES Endogenic ForcesExogenic Forceswww.iasbaba.comEARTH’S MOVEMENTS AND LANDFORMS Types of MountainsBlock MountainsGraben or Rift ValleyResidual MountainsVOLCANOES Volcanic MountainsTypes of Plateauxo Volcanic Plateauo Dissected PlateauxTypes of Plainso Structural Plainso Depositional PlainsLandforms associated with VolcanicActivitiesLandforms of Igneous Intrusionso Sillo DykeOrigin of Volcanoeso Active – frequent eruption oreruption within recent timeo Dormant – can erupt infutureo Extinct – have all thefeatures of volcano but noterupted in historic times.Volcanic ConesCinder ConeComposite ConesCaldera Cone or Volcano ConeSome Volcanic Eruptionso Mt. VesuviusPage 6

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 o Mt. Krakatauo Mt. PeleeThe Distribution of Volcanoes in theWorldGeysers and Hot SpringsGeysersHot SpringMORE LANDFORMS Fluvial landforms or landforms madeby water channelErosive landformsDepositional LandformsAeolian Landforms or Landformsmade by windso Erosional Landformso Depositional LandformsGlacial landformso Erosional Landformso Depositional LandformsWave landformso Erosion landformso Depositional LandformsKarst LandformsoEARTHQUAKES Consequences of EarthquakesSome major EarthquakesTsunamisPROCESSES DUE TO EXOGENIC FORCES Weatheringo Physical Weatheringo Chemical Weatheringo Biological Mass WastingLandslidesErosionAgents of ErosionATMOSPHERE Composition of AtmosphereLayers of AtmosphereINSOLATIONCONCEPT OF TWILIGHT (DAWN ANDDUSK)EARTH’S SOLAR RADIATION BUDGET MappingPatternsofAirTemperatureAnnual Range of TemperatureDiurnal Range of TemperatureLAND AND WATER TEMPERATUREGLOBAL ENERGY TRANSFER Atmospheric CirculationOceanic CirculationThe Impact of Pressure and WindCORIOLIS EFFECT AND WINDCYCLONES AND ANTICYCLONES Air massFRONTSTemperate CyclonesTropical CyclonesCyclone, Hurricane, TyphoonCIRCULATION OF ATMOSPHERE MERIODINAL CIRCULATIONJet StreamsLOCAL WINDSPage 7

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 TEMPERATURE INVERSIONCLOUD FORMATION Types of cloudsFOGDewForms of PrecipitationTypes of RainfallCLIMATOLOGY & OCEANOGRAPHYThe Köppen Climate Classification System DistributionClimateVegetationLife and development in theequatorial regionsFactors Affecting the Developmentof Equatorial RegionsTHE TROPICAL MONSOON AND TROPICALMARINE CLIMATES DistributionClimatic Conditions in TropicalMonsoon LandsThe Seasons of Tropical MonsoonClimateThe Retreating MonsoonThe Tropical Marine ClimateNatural VegetationAgricultural Development in theMonsoon LandsTHE SAVANNA OR SUDAN CLIMATE Distributionwww.iasbaba.comandTHE HOT DESERT AND MID-LATITUDEDESERT CLIMATES THE HOT, WET EQUATORIAL CLIMATE Climate of the Sudan typeNatural VegetationAnimal LifeHuman Life in the SavannaProblems,ProspectsDevelopment of the Savanna DistributionClimateClimatic Conditions in the midlatitude DesertsDesert VegetationEconomyTHE WARM TEMPERATE WESTERNMARGIN (MEDITERRANEAN) CLIMATE DistributionClimateNatural vegetationEconomic developmentMediterranean regionsoftheTHE TEMPERATE CONTINENTAL (STEPPE)CLIMATE DistributionClimateNatural VegetationEconomyTHE WARM TEMPERATE EASTERNMARGIN CLIMATEDistributionClimateNatural VegetationWildlifePage 8

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 Human SettlementEconomyTHE COOL TEMPERATE WESTERN MARGIN(BRITISH TYPE) CLIMATE DistributionClimateNatural VegetationEconomyTHE COOL TEMPERATE CONTINENTAL DistributionClimateNatural VegetationEconomyTHE COOL TEMPERATE EASTERN MARGIN(LAURENTIAN) DistributionClimateNatural vegetationEconomyTHE ARCTIC OR POLAR CLIMATE DistributionClimateNatural VegetationEconomyOCEANOGRAPHY OceansThe Relief of the OceanThe Continental ShelfContinental SlopeThe Deep-Sea PlainThe Ocean Deeps or The Oceanic Deposits of the OceanfloorMinor Relief FeaturesSalinity of the OceanFactors affecting Salinity of OceanThe Temperature of Ocean WaterOcean CurrentsImportant Ocean CurrentsCauses of Ocean CurrentsTidesTypes of TidesINDIAN GEOGRAPHY Physiography of IndiaTHE HIMALAYASNorthern Fertile PlainsThe Peninsular PlateauThe Indian DesertThe Coastal Plains of IndiaThe IslandsDrainage SystemDrainage PatternDiscordant Drainage PatternDrainage BasinIndian DrainageDrainage Basins in IndiaThe Himalayan DrainageImportant River SystemsPeninsular DrainageRiver RegimesWatershed Development in IndiaRiver Interlinking Program of IndiaInland WaterwaysINDIAN SOILPage 9

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021INDIAN CLIMATE Climate and WeatherFactors influencing the Climate ofIndiaTheory of Differential HeatingFlohn’s Dynamic Concept ofMonsoonFactors influencing Indian MonsoonJet StreamsEl – Nino and La – Nina EventRole of Tibet PlateauMadden-Julian OscillationEQUINOO – Equatorial Indian OceanOscillationFacts about Indian MonsoonThe Northeast Monsoon (RetreatingMonsoon) and its EffectWestern Disturbances and winterrainfall in North- IndiaSeasons in IndiaCold Weather SeasonHot weather SeasonSouth-West Monsoon SeasonRetreating MonsoonRainfall Distribution in IndiaClimatic Unity of IndiaHUMAN & ECONOMIC GROGRAPHYAGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION Types of CropsLand UtilizationCropping Pattern and SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTUREIRRIGATIONAgriculture and Allied IndustriesRESOURCES Mineral ResourcesEnergy ResourcesCoalPetroleum and Natural GasOil and Gas IndustryIndian Strategic Petroleum ReservePIPELINESGas HydratesRenewable Energy resourcesEnergy and Power Scenario in IndiaINDIAN INDUSTRIES Cement industryIron & Steel IndustryTourism/Hospitality IndustryService IndustryTextiles IndustryTourism and Hospitality IndustryConsumer Durables IndustryManufacturing IndustryHealthcare IndustryGems and Jewellery IndustryTelecommunication IndustryRetail IndustryEducation and Training IndustryInformation Technology and ITenable Services IndustryPharmaceutical IndustryLOCATION MAPPING Famous Seas of the WorldPage 10

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 Straits of the WorldBaysRiversMountain SystemsDesertsPlaces in news NORTH AMERICASouth AmericaEuropeAfricaAustralia/OceaniaAsiaWORLD RESOURCESwww.iasbaba.comPage 11


ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 LORENZ CURVE AND GINICOEFFICIENTMISERY INDEXTRADE BARRIERSNON-TARIFF TRADE BARRIERSDEFLATIONSPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTSRESERVE BANK OF INDIA BANKING IN INDIA MACROECONOMICSNATIONAL INCOME Calculation of National IncomeProduction Method or Value-AddedMethodIncome MethodExpenditure methodSome macroeconomic indicesElasticity, Engel Curve and EngelLaw/Engel’s elasticityKey takeaways from the EconomicSurveyTax-To-GDP RatioINFLATION Major Types of InflationTypes of inflationInflation – Bad or Good?India and past InflationMeasuring InflationMeasures to control Inflation2GDP DeflatorINDIAN FINANCIAL MARKETMONEY Functions of RBIMonetary Policy AgreementMethods of Credit Control Nationalization and Development ofBanking in IndiaSmall Industries Development Bankof India (SIDBI)Non-Banking Financial CompaniesNBFCsFinancial Sector ReformsBanking Sector ReformsPSL (Priority Sector Lending)Non-Performing Assets (NPA)SARFAESI Act, 2002Willful DefaulterFugitive Economic OffenderCapital Adequacy RatioBasel AccordsProject SashaktCredit CounselingLabels of ATMNidhisUrjit Patel committeeNachiket mor committeeSmall and Payment BanksBusiness CorrespondentUniversal Payment Interface (UPI)ALM (Asset-Liability Management)of BanksNon-Resident Indian Deposits (NRIDeposits)The supply of moneyIndian Money Marketwww.iasbaba.comPage 13

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021IMPORTANT CONCEPTS Merchant BanksVenture Capital FundElectronic Fund Transfer- EFTKYC NormsLong Term Irrigation FundPayment and Settlement Systems inIndiaPeer to Peer LendingThe Kisan Credit Card (KCC)India Post Payments BankDomestic Systemically ImportantBanks (D-SIBs)Mobile Money Identifier (MMID)Wholesale and Long-Term Finance(WLTF) banksFinancial Stability and DevelopmentCouncilLetters of Undertaking (LoU)SWIFTGOVERNMENT BUDGETING What is a Government Budget?Main elements of the budgetObjectives of a Government BudgetComponents of the GovernmentBudgetDeficit FinancingTypes of BudgetingBalanced and Un-balanced BudgetsFiscal PolicyFiscal ConsolidationFinancial MotivatorsTAX EXPENDITURESCURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICITIndia’s Current Sinking FundGROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Concept of Economic GrowthConcept of Economic DevelopmentRURAL DEVELOPMENT Concept of Rural DevelopmentUnion Budget & Survey fordevelopmentMOBILIZATION OF RESOURCES Mobilization of Natural resourcesMobilization of Human ResourcesMobilization of Financial ResourcesINCLUSIVE GROWTH AND ISSUES ARISINGFROM IT What is Inclusive Growth?Need for Inclusive Growth in IndiaEmployment and Inclusive Growth inIndia: Emerging Pattern andPerspectivesInformalization of Employment,'Working Poor' and ExclusionAddressing the ProblemThe Role of Special EmploymentProgrammesCapitalism and inclusive growthEXTERNAL SECTORS IN INDIA Forex ReservesExternal DebtFixed Currency RegimeFloating Currency RegimeManaged Exchange ratesPage 14

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 Pegging of CurrenciesExchange Rate in India: BackgroundDepreciationAppreciationBalance of Payment (BoP)Balance of TradeCurrent AccountCapital AccountConvertibilityConvertibility in IndiaCurrent Account ConvertibilityCapital Account ConvertibilityNEER and REERHard CurrencySoft CurrencyHeated CurrencyCheap CurrencySpecial Economic Zone (SEZ)GAAR: General Anti-Avoidance RulesNew Steps to Promote ForeignTradeNew Foreign Trade PolicyPUBLIC FINANCE IN INDIATAX STRUCTURE IN INDIA Direct TaxIndirect Tax-GSTGST CouncilTax ExpenditureMethods of Taxation14th & 15th Finance CommissionSecurity Market in IndiaPrimary and Secondary MarketsStock Legislation to control SecurityMarket in IndiaCompanies Act, 2013Securities and Exchange Board ofIndia (SEBI)Prevention of Money LaunderingAct, 2002FOREIGN INVESTMENTFOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI)Foreign Institutional Investor (FII)Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI)Qualified Foreign Investors (QFIs)Participatory Notes (P-Notes)INSURANCE IN INDIA Government Schemes w.r.tInsuranceInsurance Regulatory andDevelopment Authority (IRDA)Significance of Social Security andInsuranceAnalysis of Insurance Sector in IndiaIMPORTANT TERMS HEDGE FUNDINITIAL PUBLIC OFFER (IPO)Angel Investors and VentureCapitalistsGSTINE-way bille-Wallet scheme under GSTStandard for Automatic Exchange ofFinancial Account Information in TaxMattersAngel taxAdvance Pricing Agreements (APA)Page 15

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 BUDGET KEY FACTS ON FISCALMANAGEMENTTax buoyancyRevenue Neutral Rate (RNR)IR & ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS INDIA-USAINDIA- RUSSIAINDIA- JAPANINDIA-WEST ASIAINDIA-ISRAELINDIA-IRANSHANGHAI COOPERATIONORGANIZATION (SCO)INDIA-AFRICAINDIA OCEAN REGIONASEANAct East PolicyQuad groupingINDIA-EUINTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONSINTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND(IMF)WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM (WEF)WORLD BANKWORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION(WTO)ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANKGreater Mekong Sub-region (GMS)ASIAN INFRASTRUCTUREINVESTMENT BANK (AIIB) Asia Pacific Economic CooperationAsia Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA)BRICSFINANCIAL ACTION TASK FORCE(FATF)BANK FOR INTERNATIONALSETTLEMENTS (BIS)European Bank for Reconstruction &DevelopmentG-7UNITED NATIONSOrganization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)International Energy Agency (IEA)Australia GroupWassenaar ArrangementNuclear Supplier GroupMissile Technology Control RegimeOrganisation for the Prohibition ofChemical Weapons (OPCW)International Campaign to AbolishNuclear Weapons (ICAN)BASIC CountriesInternational Energy Forum (IEF)India-UN Development PartnershipFundInformation Technology AgreementWTOThe International North–SouthTransport Corridor (INSTC)China Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC)Page 16

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021ANCIENT INDIA-Broad TopicsPERIODISATION OF INDIAN HISTORY(TIMELINE) STONE AGEPaleolithic AgeMesolithic Age: (10,000 – 4000 BC)Neolithic Age: (7000 – 1000 BC)Chalcolithic Age (2500 – 700 BC)THE HARAPPAN CULTURE: BRONZE AGECIVILIZATION Famous SitesTown Planning and StructuresGreat BathGranariesBurnt bricks usageDrainage systemAgricultureAgriculture toolsIrrigationFood Grain productionDomestication of AnimalsTechnologyCraftsTextileOther CraftsTradePolitical OrganizationReligious PracticesThe Male Deity in the Indus ValleyThe Harappan ScriptWeights and MeasuresHarappan ImagesTerracotta FigurinesReasons of DeclinePost Urban phase of HarappanCulture (1900-1200 BC)VEDIC PERIOD Early Vedic (1500 – 1000 BC)Rig VedaOccupation of Rig Vedic SocietyPolitical OrganizationReligion and FaithYajnasADVENT OF THE ARYANS AND THE AGE OFTHE RIGVEDA Original home and identityAryans in IndiaBattle of 10 kingsTribal PolityOfficialsArmyTribal and FamilySocial DivisionsRig Vedic GodsRig Vedic GoddessTHE LATER VEDIC PHASE Expansion in the later Vedic Period(1000-500 BC)Painted Grey Ware culture (PGW)SitesLiving PatternPage 17

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 MahabharataIron and Later Vedic AryansAgricultureCraftsSettlementPolitical organizationAssembliesTribe connected to territoryElection of KingSuccession rulesRitualsArmySocial organizationSocietyFamilyWomen positionInstitution of GotraAshramasGods, Rituals and PhilosophyGodsSacrificesBrahmans and RitualsReligion and PhilosophyJAINISM AND BUDDHISM Causes of OriginVardhamana Mahavira and JainismJainismDoctrines of JainismPhilosophyJainism on Varna SystemSpread of JainismSpread in southern partSpread in other partsContribution of JainismIn Prakrit In other languagesGautama Buddha and BuddhismSourcesDoctrines of BuddhismTeachings and PrinciplesFamous Buddhist CouncilsInfluence of BuddhismImportance of Buddhism in IndiaGandhara ArtBuddhist SanghaDecline of BuddhismBuddism and Jainism- ComparativeStudyMAURYAN EMPIRE Possible Dimensions from which aquestion can be asked on MauryanDynastyChandragupta Maurya(Sandrochotus/Androchotus inGreek records)Bindusara (Amitrachotus)Ajivika SectAshokaAshokan DhammaAshokan Edicts or InscriptionsArthashastraMauryan AdministrationIndicaEconomic xation SystemCurrencySocial and Cultural LifePage 18

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 Position of SlavesMauryan ArtRoyal ArtFolk ArtsCauses of Decline of MauryanEmpireBrahmanical ReactionFinancial CrisisOppressive RuleNeglect of the North-West Frontierand the Great Wall of ChinaCENTRAL ASIAN CONTACTS AND THEIRRESULTS Indo – Greeks (Bactrians)Shakas (Scythians – Central Asia)Parthians (Phalvas) – PersiaKushanas (Yuthi Tribe) – Central AsiaSatavahanas/AndhrasImpact of Central Asian ContactsMathura School of ArtGandhara School of ArtAmravati School of ArtTHE AGE OF THE SATAVAHANAS Political HistoryGautmiputra Satakarni (A.D. 106130)Vasishthiputra Pulumayi (AD 130 154)Social CRAFTS, TRADE AND TOWNS IN THEPOST-MAURYA AGECraftsTrade with Eastern Roman EmpireForeign TradeMoney EconomyUrban SettlementsSANGAM AGE Important Literary PiecesTwo great EpicsHistorical Information from SangamLiteratureSangam LiteraturePolitical HistorySangam PolitySangam SocietyReligionPosition of WomenEconomy of the Sangam AgeGUPTA PERIOD Chandragupta I (AD 319 - 334)Samudragupta (A.D. 335-380)Chandragupta II: (380 – 415 AD)KumaraguptaSkandguptaGupta AdministrationEconomySocial DevelopmentsBuddhism and BhagvatismLiteratureArtArchitecturePaintings During Gupta PeriodDecline of Gupta EmpirePage 19

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 HARSHA AND HIS TIMESAdministrationHuen TsangMEDIEVAL INDIA- Broad TopicsFORMATION OF NEW STATES The New ARLY MEDIEVAL INDIA After death of HarshaRajput KingdomsArab Conquest of Sind (712 A.D.)Mahmud of Ghazni and his InvasionsMuhammad GhoriDELHI SULTANATE Slave Dynasty (1206 -1290)The Khalji Dynasty (1290-1320)The Tughlaq Dynasty (1320-1414)Sayyid Dynasty (1414-1451)Lodi dynasty (1451-1526)INDIA UNDER THE DELHI SULTANATEBHAKTI MOVEMENT SufismBhakti Saints of South Bhakti Saints of North IndiaBhakti Saints of BengalBhakti saints of MaharashtraImportance of the Bhakti MovementVIJAYANAGARA AND BAHMANIKINGDOMS VijayanagarA KingdomSourcesKrishna Deva Raya (1509 - 1529)Bahmani KingdomForeign TravelersTHE MUGHAL EMPIRE Babur (1526 - 1530)HumayunSur Interregnum (1540-1555)Akbar (1556-1605)Jahangir (1605 - 1627)Shah Jahan (1627-1658)INDIA UNDER THE MUGHALSART FORMSDelhi Sultanate ArchitectureLodhi ArchitectureVijaynagar ArchitectureSher Shah ArchitectureMughal ArchitecturePage 20

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021MODERN INDIA- Broad TopicsDECLINE OF MUGHAL EMPIRE Causes of Decline of Mughal EmpireINDIAN STATES AND SOCIETY IN THE18th CENTURYPolity and Administration of theStatesSouth Indian States in 18th CenturyNorth Indian States in 18th CenturyRISE & FALL OF MARTHA EMPIRESOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OFTHE PEOPLE IN 18TH CENTURY Economic ConditionsSocial ConditionsTHEBEGINNINGSSETTLEMENTS OFEUROPEANTrade between Europe and Indiaand South-East AsiaThe PortugueseThe DutchBritish Entry in TradeThe Growth of the EIC trade &influence (1600-1714)The Anglo-French Struggle in SouthIndiaBritish Occupation of BengalMains QuestionsEXPANSION OF BRITISH EMPIRE IN INDIA Expansion under Lord Wellesley(1798 - 1805)Subsidiary Subsidiary Alliance and Indian StatesExpansion under Lord Hastings(1813 - 22)The Consolidation of British Power(1818 - 57)Dalhousie and the Policy ofAnnexation (1848 - 56)British Administrative and EconomicPolicyBritish Administrative PolicyBritish Economic PoliciesDrain of WealthDevelopment of Means of Transportand CommunicationPostal System and TelegraphLand Revenue PolicyADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATIONSOCIO-CULTURAL POLICY ANDBritish Administrative SystemSocial and Cultural PolicyHumanitarian MeasuresTHE REVOLT OF 1857 PRE-1857 REVOLTSPOST 1857 REVOLTSTribal and Civil Rebellions- AnAnalytical Study for MainsSOCIAL & CULTURAL AWAKENING IN THEFIRST HALF OF 19TH CENTURY Reform MovementsPage 21

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 Emancipation of women/the fightfor the betterment of WomenThe Fight Against Caste-BasedExploitationAn Overview of Socio-CulturalReform Movements and TheirLeadersRaja Ram Mohan RoyBrahmo SamajMaharishi Debendranath Tagore(1817-1905)Prarthana SamajDerozio and Young BengalPandit Ishwar Chandra VidyasagarParamhansa MandalisSatyashodhak Samaj and JyotibaPhuleThe Servants of India SocietyThe Ramakrishna MovementDayanand Saraswati and Arya SamajSeva SadanSriNarayanaGuruDharmaParipalana (SNDP) MovementJustice MovementSelf-Respect MovementTemple Entry MovementIndian Social ConferenceWahabi/Walliullah MovementTitu Mir’s RevoltFaraizi movementAhmadiya MovementAligarh Movement and SayyidAhmad KhanThe Deoband SchoolReform Movements Among ParsisReligious Reform Among The Theosophical Society and AnnieBesantPositive contributions of ReformMovementsNegative fallouts of the ReformMovementEARLY NATIONALISM-1857 TO 1906 Lord CanningLord MayoLord LyttonLord RiponLord CurzonNationalist MovementPredecessors of the Indian NationalCongressThe Indian National CongressThe Early NationalistsMILITANT PHASEMOVEMENT OFNATIONALISTThe Partition of BengalThe Swadeshi and BoycottThe Surat SplitIMPORTANT COMMISSIONS ANDCOMMITTESWood's Despatch on Education(1854)Bipin Chandra PalFamous AssociationsSIGNIFICANT EVENTS SWADESHI PHASEAll India Muslims LeagueTHE SURAT SPLITAct of 1909 Morley-Minto ReformsPage 22

ILP-Decoding Prelims Syllabus 2021 RISEOFREVOLUTIONARYTERRORISM – PHASE 1GHADR PARTY6KOMATA MARU INCIDENTTHE BERLIN COMMITTEE FORINDIAN INDEPENDENCEHOME RULE MOVEMENTTHELUCKNOWSESSIONOFCONGRESS – 1916MONTAGUE’sSTATEMENT OF1917/THE AUGUST DECLARATIONTHE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT –1919GANDHIJI’s STAY IN SOUTH AFRICATHE INDIAN NATAL CONGRESSIndian Ambulance CorpsTHE TOLSTOY FARMGANDHIJI IN INDIA CHAMPARAN SATYAGRAHAAHMEDABAD MILL STRIKEKHEDA SATYAGRAHARowlatt SatyagrahaJallianwala Bagh MassacreHunter Commission ReportKHILAFAT MOVEMENTThe Non-Cooperation MovementTHE CHAURI CHAURA INCIDENTTHE REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIESSIMON COMMISSIONNEHRU REPORT, 1928CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE THE DANDI MARCHGandhi Irwin PactKarachi Session of 1931The Communal Award/MacDonaldAwardTHE POONA PACTThe Government of India Act 1935Congress’s Stand on the Eve ofWorld War 2AUGUST OFFER- August 1940Individual SatyagrahaCRIPPS MISSIONQUIT INDIA MOVEMENT 1942 C Rajagopalachari Formula – 1944Wavell Plan, 1945Cabinet Mission 1946Mountbatten Plan – 1947Indian Independence Act 1947POST WAR NATIONAL UPSURGE1945 INA Trials – Significance 161946 RIN Mutiny – SignificancePOST INDEPENDENCE CONSOLIDATION Process of UnificationLanguage IssueIndian Tribal IssuesArticle 15(4): Promotion of Social,Economic and Educational interestsRefugee Crisis after PartitionWars After IndependencePost1947CommunalismPage 23 pag

INDIAN POLITY- Broad Topics Basics Historical Background Making of the Constitution Salient Features of the Constitution Preamble of the Constitution Union and its Territory Citizenship Constitution: Why and How? Constitution as a

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