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2IAS 2022PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHT1. Our well designed test papers will focus on testing concepts as well asfactual knowledge as per UPSC Pattern.2. Total 37 Tests:a. Fundamental Tests - 14b. Revision Tests - 8c. Mock Tests (GS CSAT) - 15Sub-sectional Tests: Under this each subject will be divided in subtopics to bring more depth in preparation. These tests will be of 100Questions each.Revision Tests (RT) : Under this each subject mentioned in the UPSCsyllabus & Current Affairs will be catered and each test will consist of100 Questions.Mock Tests: Mock tests will be conducted on UPSC pattern.Paper1will consist of 100 Qs. and Paper 2 will consist 80 Qs.3. 3-Layer Performance Analysis including Test Report, Detailed Analysis& integrated All India Ranking.PTTS2022-CRT-B7PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022www.iasscore.in3FAQ! What is this program all about?! PRELIMS CRT 2022 is designed to achieve MAXIMUM SCORE in Prelims2021 through Speed and Accuracy in solving MCQs which plays the mostVITAL role in 2 hrs of prelims examination.! PRELIMS CRT 2022 will help in covering Subjects from NCERT to ADVANCElevel which enhances the understanding of concepts and inter-connectivitybetween them.! Programme will help in organising the preparation which is very importantbecause due to late start and unorganised study aspirants lag behind and failin Prelims exam by 2-3 marks.! This program is designed to help students in Quick Revision; otherwise, theymay be lost in the vast ocean of data and information overload.! How is it different from other test series?Self-Study and regular REVISION is the key to Holistic Preparation.Our PRELIMS CRT 2022 will cover each subject in a holistic manner.Each subject will be covered rigorously.This will help students prepare each subject extensively as well asintensively.! Programme will test one’s knowledge and preparation for prelims rigorously.!!!!! How to use this Programme?! Through our PRELIMS CRT students will solve 3500 MCQs with detailedexplanations.! Detailed explanations will help in covering multiple dimensions of the topicsin syllabus in stipulated time and full efficiency.! Explanation with Smart solution will help in learning the art of elimination asit is not feasible for an aspirant to know everything under the sun. The art ofeliminating options is the key to solve those questions where students lacksufficient information asked in the exam.PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

4IAS 2022TEST SCHEDULETESTNO.DATESUBJECTTOPICS COVEREDConstitutional Development Preamble Union Territories Citizenship FR DPSP FD Other Constitutional Provisionssuch as Emergency Provisions etc.Test 130 JANUARY, 2022Test 231 JANUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofPolity -2Executive Legislature JudiciaryTest 301 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofhistory -1Ancient Medieval India HistoryTest 402 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofhistory -2Modern India (1757 – 1947)History03 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofhistory -3Art & Culture of India (Visual Arts Performing Arts Religions Languages Literature Institutions)04 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofGeography -1World Geography (Geomorphology Climatology Oceanography Biogeography)Fundamentals ofGeography -2Indian Geography (IndianPhysiography Drainage System Indian Climate Soils in India Natural Vegetation)Test 5Test 6Test 707 FEBRUARY, 2022PTTS2022-CRT-B7Fundamentals ofPolity -1PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022Test 808 FEBRUARY, 2022Test 909 FEBRUARY, 2022Test 10Test 1110 FEBRUARY, 202211 FEBRUARY, 2022www.iasscore.inFundamentals ofGeography -35Human & Economic Geography(Demography Census Economic Activities Agriculture Minerals EnergyIndustry Transport Trade Communication)Fundamentals ofEnvironment -1Environment and Ecology BiodiversityFundamentals ofEnvironment -2Environmental Pollution andManagement Climate Change Global Warming EnvironmentalGovernanceFundamentals ofEconomy -1Basic concepts of Economy,Money, Banking, Monetary Policy,Fiscal policy, Concept Of NationalIncomeTest 1214 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofEconomy -2Sectors of Economy (Primary,Secondary, Financial market,Services, External), InternationalInstitutes, Infrastructure, Planning,Investment Models, PoliciesTest 1315 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofScience -1Biology Everyday ScienceTest 1416 FEBRUARY, 2022Fundamentals ofScience – 2Science and Technology (IT Telecom IPR Nanotech Robotics Nuclear tech Biotechnology Health Defence Space )Test 1518 FEBRUARY, 2022Polity RevisionTest- 1Complete Polity current AffairsTest 1621 FEBRUARY, 2022Polity RevisionTest- 2Complete Polity Current AffairsTest 1724 FEBRUARY, 2022History RevisionTestComplete History Art and Cultureof IndiaPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

6IAS 2022Test 1827 FEBRUARY, 2022GeographyRevision TestComplete Geography CurrentAffairsTest 1902 MARCH, 2022EnvironmentRevision TestComplete Environment CurrentAffairsTest 2005 MARCH, 2022EconomyRevision TestComplete Economy CurrentAffairsTest 2107 MARCH, 2022Science &TechnologyRevision TestComplete Science & TechnologyTest 2209 MARCH, 2022Current AffairsEconomic Survey Budget IYBTest 2313 MARCH, 2022Mock – 1PAPER 1 (GS)Test 2420 MARCH, 2022Mock – 2PAPER 1 (GS)Test 2520 MARCH, 2022Mock – 3PAPER 2 (CSAT)Test 2627 MARCH, 2022Mock – 4PAPER 1 (GS)Test 2727 MARCH, 2022Mock –5PAPER 2 (CSAT)Test 2803 APRIL, 2022Mock – 6PAPER 1 (GS)Test 2903 APRIL, 2022Mock – 7PAPER 2 (CSAT)Test 3010 APRIL, 2022Mock – 8PAPER 1 (GS)Test 3110 APRIL, 2022Mock – 9PAPER 2 (CSAT)Test 3217 APRIL, 2022Mock – 10PAPER 1 (GS)Test 3317 APRIL, 2022Mock – 11PAPER 2 (CSAT)Test 3424 APRIL, 2022Mock – 12PAPER 1 (GS)Test 3524 APRIL, 2022Mock – 13PAPER 2 (CSAT)Test 3601 MAY, 2022Mock – 14PAPER 1 (GS)Test 3701 MAY, 2022Mock – 15PAPER 2 (CSAT)PTTS2022-CRT-B7 Current AffairsPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

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8IAS 2022LIST OF SOURCESSubjectIndian Polity &ConstitutionSources Indian Polity for Civil Services Examinations – M.Laxmikanth. (Polity) Introduction to the Constitution of India – D. D.Basu (Constitution) GSSCORE Target PT Material India’s Ancient Past – R.S. Sharma. (Ancient India– Text Book) History Of Medieval India – Satish Chandra.(Medieval India – Text Book) History Of Modern India – Bipan Chandra. (ModernIndia – Text Book)Indian History andCulture India’s Struggle For Independence – BipanChandra. (Modern India – Read like a story) Indian Art and Culture – Nitin Singhania. (Culture) Ancient and Medieval India – Poonam Dalal(Ancient and Medieval India) A Brief History of Modern India – Spectrum(Modern India) GSSCORE Target PT Material NCERT (Class 7th to 12th)Geography Certificate Physical and human Geography by GoenChe Leong GSSCORE Target PT Material Class 12th BiologyEnvironmentPTTS2022-CRT-B7 Environment & Ecology: A Complete Guide by R.RajgopalanPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022www.iasscore.in9 IGNOU Environment & Ecology GSSCORE Target PT Material NCERT (10th, 11th And 12th) Economic Survey of Last 3 yearsEconomics Indian Economy - Ramesh Singh GSSCORE Target PT MaterialScience & TechnologyNCERT (6th to 10th) GSSCORE Target PT MaterialCurrent Affairs GSSCORE Target PT MaterialPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

IAS 2022103000 TOPICS COVERED! 3000 Topics to be covered, through Smart Solution. It can beused as REVISION NOTES! SMART Solutions will be provided so that you learn how toapproach a question in the exam, even if you don’t have the fullknowledge of the topic given. The Principles of Ecosystem Stability are:EXAMPLE:Let’s see how smart solution can be effective througha practice question. Ecosystems dispose of waste andreplenish nutrients by recycling allelements.Q. Which of the following are the characteristics of astable ecosystem? Ecosystems use sunlight as their sourceof energy.1.Dynamic Equilibrium2.Maturity3.High inertia The size of a consumer population ismaintained such that overgrazing andother forms of overuse do not occur.4.Low Species Diversity Biodiversity is maintained.Select the correct answer using the code givenbelow: Some of the important characteristics of astable ecosystem are:(a) 1, 2 and 3 only They are in dynamic equilibrium. Itmeans there is a relatives stability withina community of organism in terms ofgenetic, species and ecosystem.(b) 1, 2 and 4 only(c) 3 and 4 only(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4Correct Option: (a)Explanation: Statement 4 is incorrect: Theseecosystems have high (not low) speciesdiversity.Supplementary notes :Ecosystem Stability Ecosystem stability refers to the capabilityof a natural ecosystem to apply selfregulating mechanism so as to returnto a steady state after an outsidedisturbance. Ecosystem stability meansthere is a balance between productionand consumption of each element in theecosystem.PTTS2022-CRT-B7 They are mature ecosystems. Forexample mixed tree size forest ecosystemcharacterised by a complex food websystem in which a number of species areinterdependent and interconnected . These ecosystems have high inertia.An inertia of an ecosystem refers to thedelay or slowness in the response of anecosystem to certain factors of change. These ecosystems have high (not low)species diversity.Smart Solution If a candidate knows that these ecosystemshave high (not low) species diversityCODE (b), (c) and (d) can be straightawayrejectedPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022www.iasscore.in11SUB TOPIC LISTINGFUNDAMENTALS OF POLITY - 1TEST - 130 JANUARY, 2022(CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT PREAMBLE UNIONTERRITORIES CITIZENSHIP FR DPSP FD OTHERCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS SUCH AS EMERGENCYPROVISIONS ETC.)1. Historical evolution and features! What is Constitution?! Importance of Constitution! Historical evolution of the Constitution! Constituent Assembly! Objectives of the Constitution! Salient features of Indian Constitution! Unitary features! Federal features! Parliamentary form of government! Presidential form of government! Parliamentary vs. Presidential system ofgovernment2. Preamble! Preamble! Basic features! Value premises of constitution! Terminologies as: Democratic Sovereign Socialist Secular Republic Justice Equality Liberty Fraternity Integrity3. Fundamental rightsMeaning and importance of Fundamental RightsRight to EqualityRight to FreedomRight against ExploitationRight to Freedom of ReligionCultural and Educational RightsRight to Constitutional RemediesDifference between procedure established by lawand due process of law! Writs and their uses! Restrictive limitations on fundamental rights!!!!!!!!4. DPSP!!!!!!Basic featuresEconomic and Social DPSPGandhian DPSPAdministrative DPSPDPSP related to international peaceImplementation of DPSP5. Fundamental duties! Features! Link of Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties6. Citizenship!!!!Basic constitutional featuresMethodology of getting citizenshipModes of Losing the Citizenship of IndiaConcept of dual citizenshipPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

12IAS 2022! Citizenship provisions in J&K! Municipal Councils! Special privileges enjoyed by citizens in India! Nagar Panchayats! The steps taken towards women’s empowerment7. Panchayats! Role of State Election Commission! Brief History! Role of State Finance Commission! Provisions of 73 AArd! XIth and XIIth Schedules! Role and functions of different tiers! Provisions of 74th AA8. The Scheduled and Tribal Areas! Role and functions of different tiers! 5th Schedule Areas! Municipal Corporations! 6th Schedule AreasPTTS2022-CRT-B7PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022TEST - 2www.iasscore.in13FUNDAMENTALS OF POLITY - 231 JANUARY,2022(EXECUTIVE LEGISLATURE JUDICIARY)1. Union and States6. Attorney General of India! State Reorganization Commission (brief)! Qualification! Components of Indian territory! Functions! Process of formation of new states! Powers with respect to parliament! Union territories! Special provisions for states7. Parliament! Functions of Parliament2. The President! Composition of Rajya Sabha! Importance of President! Composition of Lok Sabha! Qualification! Qualification and disqualification of MPs! Election procedure! Vacation of seats! Advantages and disadvantages of single transferableform of voting! Sessions of parliament! Presidents’ Term of Office and emoluments! Officers of Parliament! Executive Powers! Parliament Proceedings! Legislative Powers! Motions and resolutions in Parliament! Emergency Powers! Powers and Privileges! Financial Powers! Budget making process! Miscellaneous powers! Comparison of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha! Judicial powers! Types of majorities! Presidents Impeachment! Special powers of RS! President as nominal head3. Vice President! Law making procedure8. The Union Judiciary! Integrated judicial system! Office of the Vice-President! Functions4. Prime Minister! Appointment of PM! Functions of PM! Role of PM with respect to! Supreme Court Composition Independence of Supreme Court Jurisdiction of SC Judicial Review9. High Court CoM! Composition President! Terms and removal Lok Sabha! Jurisdiction Political Party! Other powers Coalition Government! Lower judiciary5. Council of Ministers! Division of CoM Appointment Powers10. Comptroller and Auditor-General of India! Role of CoM! Role of Cabinet! Appointment! Responsibilities of the Ministers! FunctionsPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

14IAS 2022! Role of CAG in good governance11. The Governor! Appointment, term of office, qualification, etc! Powers16. Miscellaneous! President Election Procedure (Right to vote or not tovote)! Concept of Office of Profit! Types of CAG audit! Discretionary powers! Reforms in Parliament functioning to increasingefficiency! Ordinance making power! Dilemma of delimitation12. Chief Minister! Significance of WHIP! Appointment! Powers and responsibilities! Declaration of assets of MP’s! Relationship between the Governor and the ChiefMinister! NOTA in Rajya Sabha polls! Demand for a hybrid electoral system! Relationship between CoM and the Chief Minister! Various types of electoral systems13. Council of Minister (CoM)! Division of CoM! First past the post system! Proportional representation! Mixed systems also sometimes referred to as Hybridsystem! Role of CoM! Role of Cabinet! Responsibilities of the Ministers14. The Advocate-General for the State! Motion of Thanks! Privileges to MP! Ordinance making powers! Parliamentary committees! Appointment! National Court of Appeal! Functions! Middle Income Group Legal Aid Scheme15. State legislature! Public Interest Litigation! The composition of Vidhan Sabha and VidhanParishad! Qualifications of the Members of Legislature! Powers and Functions of State Legislature! Relationship between both the Houses! Officers of State Legislature! Powers, Privileges and Immunities of StateLegislatures and their Members! Criminal Defamation! Capital Punishment! E-Courts! Tele-law initiative! Pro-bono legal services! Prison reforms! Law panel on Tribunals! Legislative procedure! S.C Collegium proceedings in public domain! Governor’s assent to Bills! Law Commission Report on United NationsConvention against Torture! Procedure in Financial Matters/BudgetPTTS2022-CRT-B7PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022TEST - 3www.iasscore.in15FUNDAMENTALS OF HISTORY - 101 FEBRUARY,2022(ANCIENT MEDIEVAL INDIA)5. Pre Mauryan PeriodANCIENT INDIA! Formation of states1. Pre Historic Cultures In India! The Sixteen Mahajanapadas! Republics! Periodization of Indian Pre History! Rise of urban centres! Sources of Pre History! Haryanka dynasty! Food Gathering Communities! Shishunaga dynasty! Food Producing Men! Nanda dynasty! Neolithic or the New Stone Age! Iron Age! Impact of Iron6. The Mauryan Empire! Chandragupta and Bindusara2. Pastoral and Farming Communities! Megasthenes! Asoka and His Successors! Neolithic Phase! Asoka’s Inscriptions and Sites! Chalcolithic Phase! Asoka’ a Dhamma! Early Iron Phase! Mauryan Administration, Economy, Society and Art! Geographical Distribution and Characteristics! The Arthasastra3. Indus Valley Civilization7. Post-Mauryan India (sc 200-AD 300)! Major cities! Society: Evolution of Jatis! Town Planning! Sangam Texts-and Society! Harappan Trade! Satavahanas and Other Indigenous Dynasties! Agriculture! Foreign Dynasties! Domestication of animals! Commercial Contacts with the Outside World! Crafts! Schools of Art! Religion8. Growth of Jainism and Buddhism! Harappan Pottery! Weights and Measures! Jainism! Script and Language! Buddhism! Paintings! Decline of Harappan Culture9. Imperial Guptas! Sources of Gupta Rule4. Vedic Society! Political history of Guptas! Original Home of Aryans! Fahien! Features of Aryan Culture! Gupta Administration! Vedic Texts! Gupta Culture! Sources for Reconstructing Vedic Society and Culture! Urban centres in Gupta period! Geography of the Rig Vedic Period and geography ofthe later Vedic Phases! Economic Conditions! Economic Conditions10. Harshavardana! Political Organisation and Evolution of Monarchy! Sources for Harsha’s Period! Social Organisation and Varna System! Early life of Harsha! Religion and Thought! Harsha’s AdministrationPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

16IAS 2022! Important Officials of the empire! Economy under Harsha! Society! Conflict with the Afghans - Hemu! Religion! Struggle with the Nobility: Bairam Khan’s11. The Southern Dynasties! The Satavahanas (230 BC TO AD 225)! The Pallavas (AD 330–796)! The Chalukyas (AD 535–1190)! The Pandyas of Madurai (AD 590–1323)! The Chola Dynasty (AD 850–1310)! Rashtrakutas (AD 753–973)! Regency; Revolt of Uzbek Nobles! Early Expansion of the Empire (1560-76) - Malwa,Garh-Katanga, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Eastern India! Relations with the Rajputs - Growth of a CompositeRuling Class! Rebellions, and Further Expansion of the Empire inthe North West6. State and Government under Akbar! Akbar’s Concept of SuzeraintyMEDIEVAL INDIA1. Central Asian Politics and the Advance ofBabur towards India! The Timurids! The Timurid-Uzbek and Uzbek-Iran Conflict andBabur! Babur’s Advance towards India.2. Struggle for Empire in North India (Afghans,Rajputs and Mughals! Struggle between Ibrahim Lodi and Babur! The Battle of Panipat! Babur’s problems after the Battle of Panipat! Struggle with Rana Sanga! Problems of the Eastern Areas and the Afghans! Babur’s Contribution and Significance of his Adventinto India3. Struggle for Empire in North India! Humayun and the Afghans! Early Activities of Humayun, and the Tussle withBahadur Shah! The Gujarat Campaign! The Bengal Campaign, and Struggle with Sher Khan4. The Establishment of the North IndianEmpire! The Surs! Structure of Government, Central and Provincial -theVikalat, the Central Ministries, Provincial! Government, District and Local Government! The Working of Government - the Ruler, LandRevenue System, the Dahsala System, theMansabdari! System and the Army7. Akbar’s Religious Views! Relations with the Ulama and Social Reforms! The Early Phase (1556-73)! The Second Phase (1573-80) - the Ibadat Khana! Debates - the Mahzar - Breach with Orthodox! Ulama - Re-organisation of Madadd-i-Maash Grants! Third or Final Phase - Din-i-Ilahi - State! Policies and religious toleration8. The Deccan and the Mughals (Upto 1657)! The Deccani States upto 1595! Mughal Advance towards the Deccan! Mughal Conquest of Berar, Khandesh and Parts ofAhmadnagar! Rise of Malik Ambar, and Frustration of! Mughal Attempt at Consolidation (1601-27)! Extinction of Ahmadnagar, Acceptance of Mughal! Suzerainty by Bijapur and Golconda! Shah Jahan and the Deccan (1636-57)! Cultural Contribution of the Deccani States9. Foreign Policy of the Mughals! Sher Shah’s Early Life! Social and Political Background of Bihar and the Riseof Sher Shah to Power.! The Sur Empire (1540-56)! Contributions of Sher ShahPTTS2022-CRT-B75. Consolidation and Expansion of the Empire- Akbar! Akbar and the Uzbeks! The Question of Qandahar and Relations with Iran! Shah Jahan’s Balkh Campaign! Mughal - Persian Relations - the Last PhasePRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 202210. India in the First Half of the SeventeenthCentury! Jahangir’s Accession - his Early Difficulties! Territorial Consolidation and Expansion of theEmpire - Mewar, East India and Kangra! Jahangir as a Ruler! NurJahan, and the NurJahan ‘Junta’! The Rebellions of Shah Jahan, and the coup de mainof Mahabat Khan! State and Religion in the First Half of theSeventeenth Century! Shah Jahan - Consolidation and Expansion of theEmpire! Evolution of the Mughal Ruling Class and theMansabdari System11. Aurangzeb - Religious Policies, North Indiaand the RajputsWar of SuccessionReligious Policy : First Phase (1658-79)Reforms and Puritanical Measures, HinduTemples, Jizyah; Second Phase (1679-1707)Territorial Consolidation and Expansion of Empire North India! Popular Revolts - Jats, Satnamis, Afghans and Sikhs! Breach with Marwar and Mewar!!!!!12. Climax and Crisis of the Mughal Empire theMarathas and the Deccan!!!!!!Rise of the Marathas - Early Career of Shivaji Treaty of Purandar - the Agra VisitShivaji’s Swarajya - Administration and AchievementsAurangzeb and the Deccani States (1658-87)Marathas and the Decean (1687-1707)Assessment of Aurangzeb and the Jagirdari Crisiswww.iasscore.in17! Companies - Position of Indian Merchants Over-landTrade! The Mughal State and Commerce! Trend of India’s Economy and Prospects during theFirst Half of the Eighteenth Century15. Religion, Fine Arts, Science and Technology! Religion- Hindu Religion, Sikh Religion, Islam! Fine Arts - Architecture, Painting, Language andLiterature, Music! Science and Technology16. Northern India in the First Half of theEighteenth Century!!!!!!!!Bahadur Shah I, and the Beginning of the StruggleFor Wizarat - Rajput Affairs - Marathas and theDeccan - Accentuation of the Party StruggleStruggle for ‘New’ Wizarat: Zulfiqar Khan andJahandar Shah (1712-13)The Saiyid Brothers’ Struggle for ‘New’ WizaratThe Saiyid ‘New’ WizaratThe Wizarat of M. Amin Khan and Nizam-ul-MulkRise of Regional States, Beginning of ForeignInvasions of India (1725-48)17. The Maratha Bid for Supremacy!!!!!The Marathas and their Policy of ExpansionThe Marathas and Nizam-ul-MulkThe Maratha Advance into Gujarat and MalwaThe Maratha Advance into Doab and Punjab:First Phase (1741-52); Second Phase (1752-61);! Third BaƩle of Panipat13. Society-Structure and Growth!!!!!!!!!Rural SocietyTowns and Town LifeArtisans and Master-CraftsmenWomenServants and SlavesStandard of LivingThe Ruling Classes - Nobility, Rural GentryThe Middle StrataThe Commercial Classes14. Economic Life-Patterns and Prospects! Inland Trade! Overseas Trade - Role of Foreign TradingPRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

18IAS 2022TEST - 4FUNDAMENTALS OF HISTORY - 202 FEBRUARY,2022(MODERN INDIA ( 1757 – 1947))4. The Revolt of 1857MODERN INDIA! Economic Causes1. The Advent of Europeans In India! The Portuguese in India! Political Causes! Administrative Causes! Socio -Religious Causes De Almeida Albuquerque Causes of failure of Portuguese empire in India! Influence of Outside Events! The Dutch in India! Discontent Among Sepoy’s! Beginning and Spread! Leaders of the Revolt! The Danes in India! Suppression of Revolt! The English! Causes of Failure of Revolt! The French! Hindu-Muslim Unity Factor! Anglo-French Rivalry! Nature of the Revolt First Carnatic War Rise of the Hyderahad State The Second Carnatic War The Third Carnatic War Causes of English Success2. The English in Bengal from 1757 TO 1772! Black-hole Tragedy! Consequences5. Administrative Changes After 1857! Administration - Central, Provincial, Local! Changes in the Army! Public Services! Princely States! Administrative Policies! Battle of Plassey! Foreign Policy! Mir Jafar! Deposition of Mir Jafar6. Social reforms in India! Mir Kasim! Raja Ram Mohan Roy3. Impact of British Administration! Industrialization—Ruin of Artisans and Handicrafts men! Impoverishment of Peasantry! Emergence of New Land Relations, Ruin of OldZamindars! Swami Vivekananda! Swami Dayananda Saraswati! Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar! Jyotiba Phule! Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar! Stagnation and Deterioration of Agriculture! Henry Vivian Derozio! Commercialization of Indian Agriculture! Debendranath Tagore! Development of Modern Industry! Keshab Chandra Sen! Rise of Indian Bourgeoisie! Sri Ramakrishna Paramhamsa! Economic Drain! Mahadev Govind Ranade! Famine and Poverty! Theosophical Society And Annie Besant! Nationalist Critique of Colonial Economy! Syed Ahmad Khan! Abolition of the Dual System! Parsi Religious Reform Association! Zamindari system! Baba Dayal Das! Ryotwari system! PanditaRamabai! Mahalwari system! Sarojini NaiduPTTS2022-CRT-B7PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 20227. Development of Indian Press! Early Regulations on Press! Struggle by Early Nationalists to Secure PressFreedom! Vernacular Press Act, 1878! During and After the First World War! During the Second World War! After Independence8. Development of Education!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Charter Act of 1813Orientalist-Anglicism ControversyEfforts of ThomsonWood’s Des-patch (1854)Hunter Education Commission (1882-83)Indian Universities Act, 1904Government Resolution on Education Policy—1913Saddler University Commission (1917-19)Education Under DyarchyHartog Committee (1929)Wardha Scheme of Basic Education (1937)Sergeant Plan of EducationKothari Education Commission (1964-66)Development of Vernacular EducationDevelopment of Technical EducationEvaluation of British Policy on Education9. Struggle by the Masses! Tribal Movements Bhil Uprising Kol Uprising Santhal Rebellion Jaintia and Garo Rebellion Rampa Rebellion Munda Rebellion Khonda Dora Uprisings Tana Bhagat Movement! Peasant Movements Champaran Satyagraha Kheda Peasant Struggle Bardoli Movement Moplah Rebellion Tebhaga Movement Telangana Movement10. Terrorist and Revolutionary Movements! Terrorist Movements! The Revolutionary Movement! Reasons for Failurewww.iasscore.in1911. The Early Phase of the Freedom Struggle(1900–1915)!!!!!!Partition of Bengal (1905)Swadeshi Movement (1905)Origin of the Muslim League (1906)Resolution of Swaraj (1906)Surat Session: Split in Congress (1907)Morley-Minto Reforms (1909)12. Middle Phase of the Freedom Struggle(1915-1930)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!World War I-Reforms and AgitationHome Rule Movement (1915–1916)Lucknow Pact (1916)August Declaration of of 1971Beginning of the Gandhian EraThe Government of India Act (1919)Rowlatt Act (1919)Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (13 April 1919)Khilafat Movement (1920)Non-Cooperation Movement (1920-1922)Chauri-Chaura Incident (1922)Trade Union MovementCommunist Movement in IndiaSwaraj Party (1922)Muddiman Committee (1924)Simon Commission (1927)Butler Committee (1927)Delhi Muslim Proposal (1927)Nehru Report (1928)All Parties Muslim Conference (1929)Jinnah’s Fourteen Points (1929)Lahore Session (1929)Allahabad Address (1930)13. Closer to Freedom (1930-1947)!!!!!!!!!!!!Civil Disobedience Movement (1930)The First Round Table Conference (1930)Gandhi-Irwin PactSecond Round-Table Conference (1931)Civil Disobedience Movement (Second-Phase)Third Round Table Conference (1932)The Communal Award (1932)Poona Pact (1932)The Government of India Act (1935)World War II and the Indian Political SituationResignation of Congress Ministers (1939)Poona Resolution and Conditional Support to Britain(1941)PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TESTPTTS2022-CRT-B7

IAS 202220!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!August Offer of 1940The Individual Civil DisobedienceTwo-Nation TheoryDemand for Pakistan (1942)Cripps Mission (March 1942)Quit India Movement (1942–1945)The CR Formula (1944)Gandhi-Jinnah Talks (1944)Desai-Liaqat Pact (1945)Wavell Plan and Simla Conference (1945)Provincial and General Elections of 1945Cabinet Mission Plan (1946)Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army)Direct Action Campaign (1946)Interim-Government (1946)Mountbatten Plan (1947)India Wins FreedomIndian Independence Act (1947)Partition of India14. Governor Generals During British India!!!!!!!!Robert Clive (1754-1767)Lord Warren Hastings (1773-1785)Lord Cornwallis (1786-1793)Sir John Shore (1793-1798)Lord Arthur Wellesley (1798-1805)Lord George Barlow (1805-1807)Lord Minto-I (1807-1813)Francis Rawdon Hastings (1813-1823): (Marques !!!Lord Amherst (1823-28)Lord William Bentinck (1828-1835)Sir Charles Metcalfe (1835-1836)Lord Auckland (1836-1842)Lord Ellenborough (1842-1844)Lord Hardinge-I (1844-1848)Lord Dalhousie (1848-1856 great imperialist andcolonist)Lord Canning (1856-1857 and 1858-1862)Lord Elgin-I (1862-1863)Lord Lawrence (1862-1869)Lord Mayo (1869-1872)Lord North Brook (1872-1876)Lord Lytton (1876-1880)Lord Rippon (1880-1884)Lord Dufferin (1884-1888)Lord Lansdowne (1888-1894)Lord Elgin-II (1894-1999)Lord Curzon (1899-1905)Lord Minto-II (1905-1910)Lord Hardinge-11 (1910-1916)Lord Chelmsford (1916-1921)Lord Reading (1921-1926)Lord Irwin (1926-1931)Lord Willingdon (1931-1936)Lord Linlithgow (1936-1944)Lord Wavell (1944-1947)Lord Mountbatten (1947-1948)PRELIMS TEST SERIES - COMMON REVISION TEST

TEST SERIES 2022www.iasscore.in21FUNDAMENTALS OF HISTORY - 3TEST - 5ART & CULTURE OF INDIA(VISUAL ART PERFORMING ARTS RELIGIONS LANGUAGES LITERATURE INSTITUTIONS)03 FEBRUARY,2022 VISUAL ARTSVesara Style3. Indo-Islamic Architecture1. Sculptures! Imperial Style (Delhi Sultanat! Sculptures of Harappan Civilisation! Provincial Style! Sculptures of Mauryan Age! Mughal Style! Post-Mauryan Period! Sikh Style of Architecture! Jain Sculptures! Rajput Architecture! Buddhist Sculpture! Salient features! G

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