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This format has been specifically designed for the IAS aspirants who need some help in particular subjects, or topics. Instead of opting for the entire Foundation course, they can choose the subjects or topics they want to go through, and access them accordingly.


Syllabus

  • History of India and National Movement.
  • Indian Culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from Ancient to Modern times.
  • Modern History from about the middle of the 18th Century until the present- Significant events, Personalities, Issues.
  • The Freedom Struggle - Its various stages and important contributors/contributions from different parts of the country.
  • History of the World will include events from 18th Century such as Industrial Revolution, World Wars, Redrawal of National boundaries, Colonization, Decolonization, Political Philosophies like Communism, Capitalism, Socialism etc.-their forms and effect on the society.Post Independence Consolidation and reorganization within the Country.

Program USP

  • Total duration for History Module is 125 hrs approx.
  • The course is divided in 5 parts i.e., Ancient, Medieval, Modern, Post Independence and World History.
  • The course has been designed in a way to make history learning an interesting exercise.
  • Our focus is to correlate history with contemporary issues so that it enhances the understanding of the subject and enable students to develop a 360o view of events.

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Schedule

Ancient India

  • Module 1: Stone Age
    • Palaeolithic Age & Mesolithic Age
    • Neolithic Period & Chalcolithic Age
  • Module 2: Indus Valley Civilization
    • Discovery, Important Sites & Findings & Town Planning
    • Material Life of Harappan, Harappan Script, Harappan Faith & Decline
  • Module 3: Vedic Culture (1500 - 600 B.C.)
    • Early Vedic Culture Arrival of Aryan
    • Occupation of early Aryans, Political Organisation, Religious belief of early Aryans, Society of early Aryans
    • Later Vedic Period (1000-600 B.C.)
  • Module 4: Jainism & Buddhism
    • Jainism
    • Sects of Jainism
    • Buddhism
    • Contribution of Buddhism
  • Module 5: Mauryan Empire
    • Mahajanpad & Alexander
    • Mauryan History
    • Ashokan Edict
    • Ashoka Dhamma & Indica
    • Arthashastra
    • Mauryan Administration
    • Mauryan Art
  • Module 6: Post Mauryan Period
    • Indo-Greek & Gandhara School of Art
    • Sakas (Scythians) & Parthians (Pahalvas)
    • Kushans & Mathura School of Art
    • Satvahanas & Amravati School of Art
    • Sangam Literature & Society
    • Economy During Post Mauryan Period
  • Module 7: Gupta Dynasty
    • Gupta Kings
    • Gupta Literature (Smriti, Puranas & Ramayan)
    • Gupta Literature (Mahabharata)
    • Gupta's Administration & Taxation
    • Gupta Art
  • Module 8: Harsha Vardhana
    • Harsha Vardhana (606 - 47 A.D.)
    • Hiuen -Tsang (631 - 45 A.D.)
  • Module 9: Temple Architecture
    • Temple Architecture in South India

Medieval India

  • Module 1
    • Tripartitel struggle
    • Arabs invasion and impact
    • Shankaracharya’s adaitvad
    • Rajput
  • Module 2
    • Turkish Invasion part I
    • Turkish invasion Part II
    • Delhi sultanate
    • Alauddin Khalji reform
    • Alauddin revenue administration
    • Market6 regulation
    • Administration under delhi sultanate
    • Art & literature
    • Tughlaq and lodhi
  • Module 3
    • Vijaynagar Kingdome1
    • Vijaynagar kingdome 2
    • Bahamani Kingdom
  • Module 4
    • Delhi Administration and Architecture
    • Bhakti movement 1
    • Bhakti Movement 2
    • Sufism
  • Module 5
    • Babur and humayun
    • Sur Dynasty
    • Akbar
    • Jahangir,Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb
    • Provincial and local administration and books
    • Mughal ttaxation
    • Mughal painting
    • Mughal Architecture
  • Module 6
    • Maratha

Modern India

  • Module 1 : Theme of Modern India & Arrival of Europeans in India
    • Themes of Modern India and Arrival of Europeans in India
  • Module 2 : India in 18th century & Regional kingdoms
    • Emergence of Regional Kingdoms in 18th Century
    • English East India Company and India in 18th Century
  • Module 3 : Anglo-Bengal War
    • Anglo-Bengal War
    • Dual govt. in Bengal and Regulating Act of 1773
  • Module 4 : History of Governor-General In India
    • Warren Hasting
    • Lord Cornwallis
    • Lord Wellesley & Subsidiary Alliance & Anglo-Mysore War
    • Lord Minto I & De-industrialisation
    • Lord Hasting, Amherst, Charter Act of 1833
    • Charles Metcalfe, Lord Auckland, Lord Ellenborough and Lord Harding I
    • Lord Dalhousie & Woods Despatch
    • Lord Canning & Revolt of 1857
    • Significance and Consequences of Revolt of 1857
    • Lord Elgin I, Lord Lawrence, Lord Mayo, Lord Northbrooke & Lord Lytton
    • Lord Ripon & Ilbert Bill Controversy
  • Module 5 : Socio-Religious Reform Movement
    • Socio-Religious Reform Movement of 19th Century- Introduction
    • Raja Ram Mohan Roy
    • Sir Syed Ahmad Khan or Aligarh Movement
    • Wahabi Movement (Part-1)
    • Wahabi Movement (Part-2)
    • Arya Samaj
    • Jyotiba Phule
    • Swami Vivekananda
    • Impact of Socio-Religious Reform Movement of 19th Century.
  • Module 6 : Emergence of Indian Nationalism & Formation of INC
    • Emergence of Indian Nationalism
    • Formation of Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Module 7 : Moderate Phase of INC
    • Moderate Phase of INC (1885-1905)
  • Module 8 : Swadeshi Movement
    • Swadeshi Movement (1905)
  • Module 9 : India from 1906 to 1918
    • Muslim League (1906), Surat Split (1907) & Muzaffarpur Bomb Incident (1908)
    • Indian Council Act (1909)
    • India during 1911 to 1915
    • Lucknow Pact (1916)
    • Home Rule League Movement (1916-1918)
  • Module 10 : Gandhian Movement
    • Mahatma Gandhi- Events in South Africa
    • Political Thought of Gandhi
    • Gandhi's Movement in India
  • Module 11 : Rowlatt Act to Non-Cooperation Movement
    • Rowlatt Act & Rowlatt Satyagraha
    • Government of India Act, 1919
    • Khilafat Movement (1920-1922)
    • Non-Cooperation Movement (1920-1922)
  • Module 12 : Militant Nationalist Movement
    • Militant Nationalist Movement
  • Module 13 : Simon Commission & Nehru Report
    • Simon Commission
    • Nehru Report (1928) & Lahore Session of INC (1929)
  • Module 14 : Civil Disobedience Movement
    • Civil Disobedience Movement & Gandhi-Irwin Pact & Communal Award
  • Module 15 : Congress Socialist Party
    • Congress Socialist Party (1934)
  • Module 16 : Government of India Act, 1935
    • Government of India Act, 1935
  • Module 17 : Formation of All India Kisan Sabha & Provincial Elections, 1937
    • Formation of All India Kisan Sabha and Progressive Writers Association, 1936
    • Provincial Elections, 1937 & August Offer (1940)
  • Module 18 : Quit India Movement
    • Quit India Movement, 1942
  • Module 19 : Indian National Army
    • Indian National Army (INA) Movement (1942-1945)
  • Module 20 : India from 1945 till Independence
    • Wavell Plan (1945)
    • Cabinet Mission Plan (1946)
    • Mountbatten Plan (1947)

Post Independence

  • Module 1
    • Introduction
    • Integration of princely states into Indian Union
  • Module 2
    • National Integration
  • Module 3
    • Tribal Integration
  • Module 4
    • Refugee Issues
  • Module 5
    • Reorganization of States on linguistic basis
  • Module 6
    • Land Reform
  • Module 7
    • Democracy & First General Election in India
  • Module 8
    • Communalism

World History

  • Module 1 : Themes of World History
  • Module 2 : Industrial Revolution
  • Module 3 : French Revolution
  • Module 4 : American Revolution
  • Module 5 : Socialism & Communism Video: Socialism & Communism
  • Module 6 : Imperialism and Colonialism
  • Module 7 : World War I
  • Module 8 : Treaty of Versailles (June, 1919)
  • Module 9 : League of Nations
  • Module 10 : Russian Revolution 1917- Bolshevik Revolution- October Revolution
  • Module 11 : Chinese Revolution
  • Module 12 : Emergence of Totalitarian Regime in Italy
  • Module 13 : Emergence of Totalitarian Regime in Germany
  • Module 14 : World War II
  • Module 15 : Great Depression
  • Module 16 : UNO
  • Module 17 : Cold War
  • Module 18 : American Civil War
  • Module 19 : Crisis in Middle East
  • Module 20 : Decolonization
  • Module 21 : Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)
  • Module 22 : Globalization

Faculty

  • Tarique Khan ( Associate Prof. & Author of ‘Modern India’,TMH)

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