Prelims Exclusive Programme (PEP) - 2022

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Features

1:1 Mentorship
100+ Classes
100+ Tests
100+ Handouts
Strategy Classes
CSAT Classes
Current Affairs
Online & Offline

PEP Features

  • 1:1 Mentorship Every student will be provided a Dedicated Mentor, who will monitor your progress, give you feedback, motivate and guide you in the Right Path! The students can contact his/her mentor for any difficulties regarding Prelims preparation.
  • Prelims Strategy Classes (1-Week Program) on how to Prepare, How to apply Tricks/Techniques- Live (from well researched set of questions), How to read specific content (Economic Survey, Budget, Atlas (Maps), Current affairs, Government Schemes/Policies), How to Solve a Test, Time management – 6 Classes
  • Subject-wise Classes (Polity, Geography, Economics, History, Art & Culture, Science & Tech and Environment) Daily Class – 91 Classes and subject wise Exclusive tests for specific Prelims topics for every subject for quick revision
  • Subject-wise Current Affairs will be taken by subject teachers.
  • Prelims oriented Current Affairs Tests & Handouts– 17 Tests and 17 Handouts
  • Out of the Box Questions Philosophy behind 'Out of the Box Questions' is to go beyond the standard sources and to train your mind on how to tackle/leave such kind of questions and not be surprised/perplexed. (Which might affect your pre-planned mindset/strategy in the exam hall)
  • 3 Exclusive Tests on Map-based, Government Schemes/Policies, Economic Survey, Budget.
  • 6 Revision Tests – Polity, Geography, Economics, Science & Tech and Environment.. History, Art & Culture,
  • 5 Full-Length Mock Tests
  • 10 CSAT Tests + Practice questions in every class

100 Classes and more than 100 tests are included in the program.

Please note that:

  • PEP will start on 21st February 2022.
  • The PEP New Batch program will be available in ONLINE MODE ONLY
  • Also, you can subscribe to a particular Module of the Programme – ONLY – Prelims Strategy Classes (or) Subject-wise Daily Class and Tests (or) CSAT (or) Current Affairs (or). Module-based subscription is available only in Online mode
  • SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 10% will be offered to our Previous Students (present and previous batches).
  • Just apply your Instamojo payment ID (can be found on your payment receipt or by Click Here ) as the coupon code while registering to avail the discount.
  • Note: You will have to use the same email address used to register in the previous course to avail of the discount.
  • Multiple discounts are not applicable.

PEP Features in Detail

Mentorship Based Programme

Every student will be provided a Dedicated Mentor, who will monitor your progress, give you feedback, motivate and guide you in the Right Path! The students can contact his/her mentor for any difficulties regarding Prelims preparation. This will keep an external check and will help in maintaining accountability throughout the course. Your Mentor will be guiding you, hand-holding you throughout your preparation till Prelims 5th JUNE, 2022.

Also, there will be 5 specific Mentorship Sessions:

  1. How to use PEP effectively?
  2. Importance of analysing the Tests and how to analyse the Tests?
  3. How to cover Current Affairs using the Current Affairs Handouts and Tests?
  4. How to revise effectively in the last one month?
  5. Valuable tips for the last day of exam from the Mentor’s vast experience

Note: For Offline students a mentor will be available in our centres from 10am- 5pm from Monday-Friday.


Prelims Strategy Classes (1 - Week Program)

The experts from IASbaba will teach by demonstrating the tips and tricks of scoring high marks in Prelims. These tools will surely help you in increasing your score by 10-15 marks, a margin of score that no aspirant can afford to lose.

Strategy Classes- On how to Prepare, how to apply Tricks/Techniques- Live (from a well-researched set of 300 questions), Sources to refer for Prelims.

These classes will be held from Monday to Saturday (21st – 26th February 2022). Each class will be of 3 hours duration.

Prelims Strategy Classes are divided into two parts. The Classes provide a holistic guidance of prelims preparation, so that your armoury will be full of tools to counter any pattern of prelims exam.


Subject-wise Daily Class and Tests

The classes are meticulously designed that are intense and high value to make maximum use of your time and attention. These sessions are designed to add value to your basic understanding of important concept and issues. The classes include high quality sessions on current affairs as well.

  • Polity – 14 Classes
  • Geography -12 Classes + 2 Exclusive Map based Classes
  • Economics – 14 Classes (4 Exclusive classes on Economic Survey+ Budget)
  • History and Art & Culture – 17 Classes
  • Science & Technology – 8 Classes
  • Environment – 10 Classes
  • CSAT – 10 Classes. Discussion Class on Strategies & shortcuts.
  • 4 Miscellaneous Current Affairs Classes

Each subject will be taken by Subject Experts.

Each class will be of 3 hours duration followed by a 30 Minutes Test on topics discussed in the class.

Please note that,

  • In the month of April, there will be 10 CSAT Classes on strategies and short-cuts and 3 Exclusive Tests on Map-based, Economic Survey & Budget, and Government schemes & Policies.
  • In the month of May, there will be –
    • 6 Revision Tests
    • 5 Full Mock Test

Tests

By practising daily the thoroughly researched questions prepared by the IASbaba team, you will boost your confidence to tackle even the most unexpected paper set by UPSC.

    • 63 Subject wise Tests (30 MCQ’s) and 17 Current Affairs Tests (50 MCQ’s)
    • 3 Exclusive Tests (100 MCQ’s) on Map-based, Economic Survey & Budget, and Government schemes & Policies.
    • 6 Revision Tests (100 MCQ’s) on Polity, Geography, Economics, Modern History, Ancient and Medieval and Art & Culture, Science & Tech and Environment
    • 5 Mock Tests (100 MCQ's)
    • 10 CSAT Tests (Full Length)

Total100+ Tests & Solving 300 MCQ's (in Strategy Classes) on a Real-time basis– Applying techniques and tricks!

Total = Close to 100 Classes. 


Handouts

Handouts will cover the most important topics (which are selected after a thorough analysis of Previous Year Questions) for Prelims. Precise and to the point handouts on static subjects and current affairs will give you a ready reckoner, a tool that will help you during your preparation, particularly near the exam as you grapple with the challenge of last-minute revision.

Along with the Subject wise Handouts, there will be also 17 Current Affairs Handouts (January 2021 to May 2022)

Total = Close to 100 Handouts. 


Prelims oriented Weekly Current Affairs Classes

  • For more conceptual clarity and interlinking, the Current Affairs of specific subjects will be taken by the subject faculty. This is done so that you can understand the current affairs in connection with the subject rather than reading and mugging them separately.
  • Any miscellaneous Current Affairs will be covered in 4 separate Current Affairs special classes.

17 Weekly Current Affairs Tests and 17 Monthly Current Affairs (January 2021– May 2022) handouts will be provided.


Special focus on CSAT

This is to ensure that CSAT doesn’t become a stumbling block in your path to success (believe us, hundreds of aspirants fail to score one third in the CSAT paper).

All the topics will be covered in 10 classes. The classes will be detailed with knowledge enhancing shortcuts and tricks. In every class, the questions related to the topics will also be discussed.

Total: 10 Classes+ 10 Tests


IMPORTANT NOTE:

  • The Programme will start on 21st February 2022 (Monday).
  • PEP New Batch is available in ONLINE MODE.

EXCLUSIVE FOR ONLINE MODE

  • platform (edu.iasbaba.com)has been designed for this initiative. Discussion Classes, Hand-outs and Tests will be uploaded on this Platform on Daily-basis.
  • Mentorship will be available over phone calls.
  • Subject-wise Mentorship: Weekly Live Doubt Clearing Sessions by the subject faculty.
  • Though the Tests are flexible, we would advise you to stick to the schedule to ensure discipline in your preparation.
  • Once the payment is done, an acknowledgement will be sent immediately.

With this result-oriented effort, many students were able to gain a lot of confidence and qualify for prelims last year. You can also become a part of this knowledge carnival to make your dream a reality.

We have all the ingredients to make you battle-ready. If you have in you the determination and strive to take the intensive PEP journey, come join us. We can do it together.

Curriculum

Polity

Class 1

  • Basic concepts- State, Nation, Country, Types of Governments.
  • Historical development of Constitution- Need for Constitution, Constitutionalism, Making of Constitution
  • Salient features
  • Preamble - Nature of State and Objectives

Class 2

  • Union and its Territory
  • Citizenship - Principles, Acquisition and Termination, CAA
  • Fundamental Rights and Landmark Judgments
  • Right to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right against Exploitation, Right to Freedom of Religion

Class 3

  • Fundamental Rights - continued
  • Cultural and Educational Rights, Right to Constitutional Remedies
  • DPSPs and Gandhian Ideology
  • Socialistic Principles, Gandhian Principles, Liberal-Intellectual Principles, Directive Principle Outside Part IV
  • Fundamental Duties
  • Amendment of Constitution
  • Basic Structure

Class 4

  • Parliamentary System and Presidential System - Differences
  • Parliament -
  • Membership, Presiding Officers, Voting, Devices of Parliamentary Proceedings, Motions

Class 5

  • Parliament - Types of Bills, legislative Procedure, Funds, Budget, Parliamentary Committees

Class 6

  • Polity Current Affairs

Class 7

  • State Legislature - Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council
  • President - Executive, Legislative & Financial Powers , Emergency Powerx Ordinance powers; Vice President;

Class 8

  • Governor - Executive, Legislative and Financial Powers, Comparison of President and Governor w.r.t Pardoning and Discretionary powers;
  • Prime Minister & Council of Ministers - Collective Responsibilty, Cabinet
  • Chief Minister & State Council of Ministers

Class 9

  • Centre-State Relations -
    • Legislative, Executive and financial relations, Sarkaria Commission, National Integration Council,
    • Inter state councils, Zonal Councils
    • Special Provisoions for some States
    • GST Council
  • Types of Majorities

Class 10

  • Issues in Centre-State Relations; Inter State relations
  • Emergency Provisions

Class 11

  • Indian Judiciary-Supreme Court,Appointment and Removal of Judges, Powers, Jurisdiction, Contempt of Court; High Courts; Subordinate Courts, Alternative Dispute Resolution- Lok Adalat's, NALSA

Class 12

  • Polity Current Affairs

 

Class 13

  • Panchayati Raj and Urban Local Bodies - 73rd and74th Constitutional Amendment Act
  • Union Territories - NCT Delhi
  • Schedules & Tribal Areas - Special Provisions

Class 14

  • Constitutional Bodies- Election Commission - Powers, Role, Elections - Model Code of Conduct, CAG, Finance Commission, UPSC, SPSC, Attorney General and Adv. General, NCSC, NCST, NCBC
  • Non Constitutional Bodies- Special officer for linguistic Minorities, Central Information Commission, State Information Commission, Lokpal and Lok Ayukta, National Human Rights Commission State Human Right Commission, CVC (Central Vigillance Commission)

Geography

Class 1

  • General Geography
  • Universe & Solar system, Latitude and Longitude, Motions of the Earth - Rotation, Revolution and their effects, Inclination of the Earth’s Axis and its effects, Time Zones, Local and Standard Time and the International Date Line, Calendar, Eclipses - Solar, Lunar
  • Climatology- Layers of Atmosphere, Temperature Inversion

Class 2

  • Climatology - Heat budget, Wind system- Pressure belts, Cloud formation, Precipitation, Cyclones- Temperate and Tropical

Class 3

  • Climatology - Upper Atmospheric Circulations- Jet streams, Climatic Zones of the World
  • Geomorphology - Earth Evolution, Internal structure, Earth’s magnetic field, Earth Movements

Class 4

  • Geomorphology - Theory of Plate Tectonics, Folding, Faulting, Volcanism

Class 5

  • Geomorphology - Weathering, Mass Wasting, Erosion
  • Oceanography - Ocean Relief

Class 6

  • Oceanography- Ocean Currents, Salinity, Tides, Coral reefs, Water resources

Class 7

  • Indian Geography- Indian Physiography and Rock System (Himalayas, Plateaus, Plains, Coastal plains, Deserts, Islands)

Class 8

  • Indian Geography - Drainage system(River system), Soils

Class 9

  • Indian Geography - Indian climate (Monsoons, El-Nino, La-Nina, Indian Ocean Dipole), Distribution of rainfall,

Class 10

  • Indian Geography and Economic Geography- Natural Vegetation, Agriculture & Cropping system- Modern Techniques of Agriculture

Class 11

  • Human Geography - Population, Demography, Types of settlements, Migration, Urbanization and Urban problems

Class 12

  • Resource distribution across the World- Resources (Conventional & Non-Conventional resources), Distribution of Minerals & Ores, Factors of Industrial Location

History Art & Culture

Class 1

Prehistory

  • Stone age - Paleaolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic
  • Chalcolithic Iron Age
  • Indus Valley Civilization - Findings, Town Planning, Economy, Society, Culture
  • Rig Vedic Age - Geography, Society, Economy, Culture, Religious Practices

Class 2

  • Later Vedic Age, Buddhism and Jainism - Birth & Life, Sects, Literature, Teachings, Patrons etc.
  • Mahajanpadas - 16 Mahajanpadas, Magadha, Haryanaka, Shishunaga, Nanda Dynasty, Invasions etc.

Class 3

  • Mauryan and Post Mauryan - Chandragupta, Bindusara, Ashoka etc.
  • Sangam Period - Cholas, Cheras, Pandyas etc.
  • Mauryan and Post Mauryan Art and Culture

Class 4

  • Gupta Period and Post Gupta Period - Chalukya, Vakatakas, Cholas, Pallavas, Harshvardhan Etc, Temple Architecture - Nagara, Dravidan and Vesara Style.

Class 5

  • Early Medieval History - Pratiharas, Palas, Tripartite Struggle, Rajputas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas. Foreign Invasions and establishment of Delhi Sultanate.

Class 6

  • Delhi Sultanate - Slave Dynasty, Khalji, Tughlaq, Sayyid, Lodi

Class 7

  • Delhi Sultanate - Administration, Art and Culture and Society
  • Vijaynagara Empire
  • Other Dynasties - Bahamani, Sikhism etc.

Class 8

  • The Great Mughals - Babur, Humayun, Sher Shah, Akbar, Jhangir.

Class 9

  • Mughals- Shah Jehan, Aurangzeb Mughal Administration & Art
  • Decline of Mughals
  • Rise of Marathas - Peshwas, Holkars, Gaikwads, Scindias

Class 10

  • Performing Arts - Theatre, Puppetry, Paintings, Music, Dance, Martial Art,
  • Tribal & Folk Arts Indian Religion & Philosophy - Samkhya, Yoga, Nyaya,
  • Vaisheshika, Mimamsa, Vedanta, Carvaka etc. Bhakti Movement

Class 11


Arrival of Europeans and British Conquest of India-

  • The Portuguese, Dutch, English, French in India
  • Carnatic Wars

Economic Policies of Colonial Rule

  • Land Revenue Policy-- Ryotwari, Mahalwari, Permanent Settlement
  • Impact of British Policy on Indian Economy
  • Drain of Wealth Theory

Educational Policies

  • Orientalist-Anglicism Controversy
  • Efforts of Thomson
  • Wood’s Dispatch (1854) Hunter Education Commission (1882-83)
  • Indian Universities Act, 1904
  • Government Resolution on Education Policy—1913
  • Saddler University Commission (1917-19)
  • Hartog Committee (1929)
  • Wardha Scheme of Basic Education (1937)
  • Sergeant Plan of Education
  • Development of Vernacular Education
  • Development of Technical Education

Class 12


Constitutional Developments from 1773 to 1947

  • Regulating Act 1773
  • Pitts India Act of 1784
  • Charter Act of 1793
  • Charter Act of 1813
  • Charter Act of 1833
  • Charter Act of 1853
  • Government of India Act 1858
  • The Indian Councils Act 1861
  • Indian Councils Act 1892
  • Indian Councils Act 1909 or Morley - Minto Reforms Government of India Act 1919 or Montague - Chelmsford Reforms
  • Government of India Act 1935
  • Indian Independence Act, 1947

Class 13


Revolt of 1857

  • Causes of the Revolt, Centres and Spread of the Revolt
  • Leaders of the Revolt, Causes of Failure of the Revolt
  • Consequences

Peasant & Tribal Movements

  • Peasant Movements
    • Champaran Satyagraha, Kheda Peasant Struggle
    • Bardoli Movement, Moplah Rebellion
    • Tebhaga Movement
  • Tribal Movements
    • Bhil Uprising, Kol Uprising
    • Santhal Rebellion, Jaintia and Garo Rebellion
    • Rampa Rebellion, Munda Rebellion
    • Khonda Dora Uprisings, Tana Bhagat Movement

Class 14


Socio-Religious Reform Movements

  • Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Parsi Reform Movements
  • Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj
  • Prarthana Samaj, Young Bengal Movement
  • Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Balshastri Jambhekar
  • Paramahansa Mandali, Satyashodhak Samaj and Jyotirao Phule
  • Gopalhari Deshmukh ‘Lokahitawadi’
  • Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, The Servants of India Society
  • The Ramakrishna Movement and Swami Vivekananda
  • Dayananda Saraswati and Arya Samaj
  • Seva Sadan, Dev Samaj
  • Dharma Sabha, Bharat Dharma Mahamandala
  • Radhaswami Movement, SNDP Movement
  • Vokkaliga Sangha, Justice Movement
  • Self-Respect Movement, Temple Entry Movement
  • Indian Social Conference, Wahabi Movement
  • Titu Mir‘s Movement, Faraizi Movement
  • Ahmadiyya Movement, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and the Aligarh Movement
  • The Deoband School, The Theosophical Movement
  • Significance ans Impact of Reform Movements

Early Nationalist Movements 1885-1914

  • Political Associations in Bengal
  • Political Associations in Bombay
  • Political Associations in Madras
  • Moderate Phase of Congress

Class 15

Extremist phase

  • Partition of Bengal (1905)
  • Swadeshi Movement, 
  • Muslim League, 1906
  • Surat Split, 1907
  • Indian Council Act (Morley-Minto Act) 1909
  • Ghadar Party, 1913
  • Komagata Maru Incident 1914
  • The Lucknow Pact (1916)
  • Home Rule Movement (1915–1916)
  • August Declaration, 1917
  • First World War and Nationalist Response

Gandhian Phase (1915-1939) Part-1

  • Champaran Satyagraha (1917)
  • Ahmadabad Mill Strike (1918)
  • Kheda Satyagraha (1918)
  • The Government of India Act, 1919
  • Rowlatt Act and Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (1919)
  • Khilafat Movement
  • The Non-Cooperation Movement (1920-22)
  • Bardoli Resolution
  • Nagpur Session of Congress
  • Swaraj Party and its Evaluation
  • Muddiman Committee (1924)
  • Simon Commission (1927)
  • Bardoli Satyagraha (1928)
  • Nehru Report (1928)
  • Jinnah’s Fourteen Points
  • Lahore Session, 1929
  • Allahabad Address (1930)

Class 16
Gandhian Phase (1915-1939) Part-2

  • Civil Disobedience Movement (1930-1931)
  • First Round Table Conference, 1930
  • Gandhi-Irwin Pact, 1931
  • Karachi session of 1931
  • Second Round Table Conference, 1931
  • Civil Disobedience Movement (Second-Phase)
  • Third Round Table Conference (17 November 1932)
  • Communal Award
  • Poona Pact, 1932
  • Government of India Act, 1935

Revolutionary Activities

  • kakori Robbery
  • HSRA
  • Anushilan Groups
  • Chittagong Armoury Raid

Class 17

Last phase of Freedom struggle (1940-1947)

  • World War II and Indian Nationalism
  • Resignation of Congress Ministers (1939)
  • Poona Resolution and Conditional Support to Britain (1941)
  • August Offer of 1940
  • The Individual Civil Disobedience
  • Two-Nation Theory
  • Demand for Pakistan (1942)
  • Cripps Mission (1942)
  • Quit India Movement
  • Azad Hind Fauj
  • Indian National Army
  • INA Trails
  • Rajagopalachari Formula, 1945
  • Desai - Liaqat Pact
  • Cabinet Mission (1946)
  • Wavell Plan
  • Jinnah’s Direct Action Resolution
  • Mountbatten Plan of June 1947
  • Handouts - Important Congress Sessions & Committees

Economics

Class 1

  • Economics basics- Macro & Micro, National income, Sectors - Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, GDP & alternatives to GDP (PPP), Inflation - Types Economic Systems- Capitalist, Socialist, Mixed Economy

Class 2

  • Growth & Development- Planning, LPG Economic Reforms, NITI Ayog, Poverty, Inequality, Unemployment, Developmental indicators- HDI, MPI

Class 3

  • Fiscal policy- Budget, Tax Structure in India- Direct and Indirect Taxes, Disinvestment, FRBM Act, 15th Finance Commission

Class 4

Money and Banking

  • Money classification, Money multiplier
  • Monetary policy - CRR, SLR,Repo Rate etc, RBI, Money Supply
  • Banking System-  NABARD, Commercial Banks, NPA Crisis, NBFC,RRB

Class 5

Money Market and Financial Markets-

  • T-Bills, Commercial papers,G-Sec, Bonds, Stock Market, IDR, GDR, ADR, SEBI

Class 6

  • Economics Current Affairs

Class 7
External Sector/Foreign Trade-

  • Balance of Payments, FERA, FEMA, FDI, FPI, FII, External Commercial Borrowing (ECB)
  • Capital & Current Account Convertability
  • Current Account Deficit (CAD)
  • Rupee Appreciation & Depreciation, NEER, REER, Forex reserves

Class 8

  • International Organizations- WTO, IMF, World Bank, FAO, ILO, WIPO, FATF & Other International organisations, Trade Agreements

Class 9

  • Subsidies, PDS, Food security
  • Agriculture & animal rearing- MSP, FRP, Schemes
  • Infrastructure & Investment Models
  • Miscellaneous

Class 10

  • Economics Current Affairs

Class 11

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Class 12

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Class 13

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Class 14

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Environment

Class 1

Basic Concepts of Ecology - Ecology, Ecosystems & its types, Ecotones, Ecological Succession, Ecosystem Dynamics - Food Chain & Food Web, Flow of Energy, Trophic levels, Biogeochemical Cycles


Class 2

  • Biomes - Forest, Grassland, Mountains, Desert ecosystem
  • Acquatic Lifezones - Oceans, Rivers, Lakes, Wetlands, Coral Reefs, Mangroves

Class 3

  • Biodiversity- Hotspots, Modes of Conservation (In-situ & Ex-situ), Protected Area Network (National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Tiger reserves & Biosphere reserves), Ecologically Sensitive Areas.

Class 4

  • Climate Change and Pollution - Air, Water, Soil, Noise, Radioactive, Biological, E-Waste, Solid Waste; Climate Change Mitigation
  • Pollution related issues- Acid Rain, Photochemical Smog, GHG's, Ozone Depletion, Algal Bloom

Class 5

  • Environment Current Affairs

Class 6

  • Environmental Laws, Regulatory Bodies, Acts & Policies - Forest Rights Act, Environmental Protection Act, Wildlife Protection Act, National Biodiversity Authority, National Green Tribunal, Environmental Impact Assessment

Class 7

  • International Environmental Conventions/Organizations - UNFCCC, IPCC, UNEP, IUCN, UNCBD, Montreal, Cartegna, Nagoya, Bonn, Ramsar, Kyoto Protocol, etc

Class 8

 

  • Land Resources- Land Degradation, Desertification, UNCCD , Deforestation and Afforestation- CAMPA, REDD+
  • Disaster and DIsaster Management - NDMA, Sendai Framework

Class 9

 

  • Sustainable Development
  • Renewable Energy
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • GM Food & its impact, Miscellaneous

Class 10

  • Environment Current Affairs

Science & Technology

Class 1

  • Evolution of Universe and Earth, Astronomy - gravitational lensing, red shift
  • Space Technology- NASA, ESA, ISRO space missions, Launch Vehicles, International Space missions, Orbits, Space stations, Space Tourism

Class 2

  • Defence Technology- Indian Missile System, Important discoveries in aircraft technology (UAV, Ramjet, Scramjet), Role of HAL & DRDO
  • Radars, Sonic Boom, Hyopersonic technology, Cyber defense technologies, Nuclear armaments.

Class 3

  • Biotechnology- Genetic engineering (Pluripotent, Multipotent, induced Pluripotent stem cell), Cloning, Human Genome Project, RT-PCR, 3 Parent babies, Latest researches of ICSIR, CIRB, ICMR, etc.,
  • Bioremediaiton, Genetic disorders, Cell mutation and ageing, etc.,
  • Robotics- Humanoid Robots & Artificial Intelligence.

Class 4

  • Science and Technology Current Affairs

Class 5

  • Nuclear Technology- Fission & Fusion, India's Three staged Nuclear Programme, Artificial Sun, Matter - Anti matter, Particulate physics - Bosons and fermions, Large Hedron Colliders.
  • Gravitational Wave Observatory, India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) + Related Technology in News

Class 6

  • Healthcare & Pharmaceutical- Diseases - Communicable - Dengue, Measles, Avain Influenza, Swine flu, COVID, etc. Non Communicable disaeases - Diabetes, Obesity, Cancer, Difficiency diseases and Mental illness, Vaccinations, IPR - TRIPS, TRIPS Plus, Compulsory Licensing, Evergrening.

Class 7

  • Nanotechnology- Nano materials, Graphite, Carbon Nano Tubes, Gold Nano Particles, Applications
  • Communication, IT & Computer System- Wifi & LiFi Technologies, LTE & VoLTE, Optical Fibre Network
  • Net Neutrality, Quantum Computing, Supercomputers of India & World
  • Big Data & Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Cyrptocurrency, Block Chain Technology.

Class 8

  • Science and Technology Current Affairs

CSAT

Class 1

  • Fast Calculation Techniques
  • Number System and Number Series

Class 2

  • Percentages
  • Averages
  • Ratio & Proportion

Class 3

  • Profit & Loss
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Probability and Dices

Class 4

  • Time Speed Distance
  • Time & Work

Class 5

  • Mixtures & Allegations
  • Data Interpretation

Class 6

  • Blood Relations
  • Syllogism & Statement and Conclusion
  • Arrangements

Class 7

  • Clock & Calendars
  • Direction and Distance
  • Coding & Decoding

Class 8

  • Puzzles and other Miscellaneous Topics

Class 9

  • Reading Comprehension

Class 10

  • Reading Comprehension

 

Polity

Class 1

  • Basic concepts- State, Nation, Country, Types of Governments.
  • Historical development of Constitution- Need for Constitution, Constitutionalism, Making of Constitution
  • Salient features
  • Preamble - Nature of State and Objectives

Class 2

  • Union and its Territory
  • Citizenship - Principles, Acquisition and Termination, CAA
  • Fundamental Rights and Landmark Judgments
  • Right to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right against Exploitation, Right to Freedom of Religion

Class 3

  • Fundamental Rights - continued
  • Cultural and Educational Rights, Right to Constitutional Remedies
  • DPSPs and Gandhian Ideology
  • Socialistic Principles, Gandhian Principles, Liberal-Intellectual Principles, Directive Principle Outside Part IV
  • Fundamental Duties
  • Amendment of Constitution
  • Basic Structure

Class 4

  • Parliamentary System and Presidential System - Differences
  • Parliament -
  • Membership, Presiding Officers, Voting, Devices of Parliamentary Proceedings, Motions

Class 5

  • Parliament - Types of Bills, legislative Procedure, Funds, Budget, Parliamentary Committees

Class 6

  • Polity Current Affairs

Class 7

  • State Legislature - Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council
  • President - Executive, Legislative & Financial Powers , Emergency Powerx Ordinance powers; Vice President;

Class 8

  • Governor - Executive, Legislative and Financial Powers, Comparison of President and Governor w.r.t Pardoning and Discretionary powers;
  • Prime Minister & Council of Ministers - Collective Responsibilty, Cabinet
  • Chief Minister & State Council of Ministers

Class 9

  • Centre-State Relations -
    • Legislative, Executive and financial relations, Sarkaria Commission, National Integration Council,
    • Inter state councils, Zonal Councils
    • Special Provisoions for some States
    • GST Council
  • Types of Majorities

Class 10

  • Issues in Centre-State Relations; Inter State relations
  • Emergency Provisions

Class 11

  • Indian Judiciary-Supreme Court,Appointment and Removal of Judges, Powers, Jurisdiction, Contempt of Court; High Courts; Subordinate Courts, Alternative Dispute Resolution- Lok Adalat's, NALSA

Class 12

  • Polity Current Affairs

 

Class 13

  • Panchayati Raj and Urban Local Bodies - 73rd and74th Constitutional Amendment Act
  • Union Territories - NCT Delhi
  • Schedules & Tribal Areas - Special Provisions

Class 14

  • Constitutional Bodies- Election Commission - Powers, Role, Elections - Model Code of Conduct, CAG, Finance Commission, UPSC, SPSC, Attorney General and Adv. General, NCSC, NCST, NCBC
  • Non Constitutional Bodies- Special officer for linguistic Minorities, Central Information Commission, State Information Commission, Lokpal and Lok Ayukta, National Human Rights Commission State Human Right Commission, CVC (Central Vigillance Commission)

Geography

Class 1

  • General Geography
  • Universe & Solar system, Latitude and Longitude, Motions of the Earth - Rotation, Revolution and their effects, Inclination of the Earth’s Axis and its effects, Time Zones, Local and Standard Time and the International Date Line, Calendar, Eclipses - Solar, Lunar
  • Climatology- Layers of Atmosphere, Temperature Inversion

Class 2

  • Climatology - Heat budget, Wind system- Pressure belts, Cloud formation, Precipitation, Cyclones- Temperate and Tropical

Class 3

  • Climatology - Upper Atmospheric Circulations- Jet streams, Climatic Zones of the World
  • Geomorphology - Earth Evolution, Internal structure, Earth’s magnetic field, Earth Movements

Class 4

  • Geomorphology - Theory of Plate Tectonics, Folding, Faulting, Volcanism

Class 5

  • Geomorphology - Weathering, Mass Wasting, Erosion
  • Oceanography - Ocean Relief

Class 6

  • Oceanography- Ocean Currents, Salinity, Tides, Coral reefs, Water resources

Class 7

  • Indian Geography- Indian Physiography and Rock System (Himalayas, Plateaus, Plains, Coastal plains, Deserts, Islands)

Class 8

  • Indian Geography - Drainage system(River system), Soils

Class 9

  • Indian Geography - Indian climate (Monsoons, El-Nino, La-Nina, Indian Ocean Dipole), Distribution of rainfall,

Class 10

  • Indian Geography and Economic Geography- Natural Vegetation, Agriculture & Cropping system- Modern Techniques of Agriculture

Class 11

  • Human Geography - Population, Demography, Types of settlements, Migration, Urbanization and Urban problems

Class 12

  • Resource distribution across the World- Resources (Conventional & Non-Conventional resources), Distribution of Minerals & Ores, Factors of Industrial Location

History Art & Culture

Class 1

Prehistory

  • Stone age - Paleaolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic
  • Chalcolithic Iron Age
  • Indus Valley Civilization - Findings, Town Planning, Economy, Society, Culture
  • Rig Vedic Age - Geography, Society, Economy, Culture, Religious Practices

Class 2

  • Later Vedic Age, Buddhism and Jainism - Birth & Life, Sects, Literature, Teachings, Patrons etc.
  • Mahajanpadas - 16 Mahajanpadas, Magadha, Haryanaka, Shishunaga, Nanda Dynasty, Invasions etc.

Class 3

  • Mauryan and Post Mauryan - Chandragupta, Bindusara, Ashoka etc.
  • Sangam Period - Cholas, Cheras, Pandyas etc.
  • Mauryan and Post Mauryan Art and Culture

Class 4

  • Gupta Period and Post Gupta Period - Chalukya, Vakatakas, Cholas, Pallavas, Harshvardhan Etc, Temple Architecture - Nagara, Dravidan and Vesara Style.

Class 5

  • Early Medieval History - Pratiharas, Palas, Tripartite Struggle, Rajputas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas. Foreign Invasions and establishment of Delhi Sultanate.

Class 6

  • Delhi Sultanate - Slave Dynasty, Khalji, Tughlaq, Sayyid, Lodi

Class 7

  • Delhi Sultanate - Administration, Art and Culture and Society
  • Vijaynagara Empire
  • Other Dynasties - Bahamani, Sikhism etc.

Class 8

  • The Great Mughals - Babur, Humayun, Sher Shah, Akbar, Jhangir.

Class 9

  • Mughals- Shah Jehan, Aurangzeb Mughal Administration & Art
  • Decline of Mughals
  • Rise of Marathas - Peshwas, Holkars, Gaikwads, Scindias

Class 10

  • Performing Arts - Theatre, Puppetry, Paintings, Music, Dance, Martial Art,
  • Tribal & Folk Arts Indian Religion & Philosophy - Samkhya, Yoga, Nyaya,
  • Vaisheshika, Mimamsa, Vedanta, Carvaka etc. Bhakti Movement

Class 11


Arrival of Europeans and British Conquest of India-

  • The Portuguese, Dutch, English, French in India
  • Carnatic Wars

Economic Policies of Colonial Rule

  • Land Revenue Policy-- Ryotwari, Mahalwari, Permanent Settlement
  • Impact of British Policy on Indian Economy
  • Drain of Wealth Theory

Educational Policies

  • Orientalist-Anglicism Controversy
  • Efforts of Thomson
  • Wood’s Dispatch (1854) Hunter Education Commission (1882-83)
  • Indian Universities Act, 1904
  • Government Resolution on Education Policy—1913
  • Saddler University Commission (1917-19)
  • Hartog Committee (1929)
  • Wardha Scheme of Basic Education (1937)
  • Sergeant Plan of Education
  • Development of Vernacular Education
  • Development of Technical Education

Class 12


Constitutional Developments from 1773 to 1947

  • Regulating Act 1773
  • Pitts India Act of 1784
  • Charter Act of 1793
  • Charter Act of 1813
  • Charter Act of 1833
  • Charter Act of 1853
  • Government of India Act 1858
  • The Indian Councils Act 1861
  • Indian Councils Act 1892
  • Indian Councils Act 1909 or Morley - Minto Reforms Government of India Act 1919 or Montague - Chelmsford Reforms
  • Government of India Act 1935
  • Indian Independence Act, 1947

Class 13


Revolt of 1857

  • Causes of the Revolt, Centres and Spread of the Revolt
  • Leaders of the Revolt, Causes of Failure of the Revolt
  • Consequences

Peasant & Tribal Movements

  • Peasant Movements
    • Champaran Satyagraha, Kheda Peasant Struggle
    • Bardoli Movement, Moplah Rebellion
    • Tebhaga Movement
  • Tribal Movements
    • Bhil Uprising, Kol Uprising
    • Santhal Rebellion, Jaintia and Garo Rebellion
    • Rampa Rebellion, Munda Rebellion
    • Khonda Dora Uprisings, Tana Bhagat Movement

Class 14


Socio-Religious Reform Movements

  • Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Parsi Reform Movements
  • Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj
  • Prarthana Samaj, Young Bengal Movement
  • Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Balshastri Jambhekar
  • Paramahansa Mandali, Satyashodhak Samaj and Jyotirao Phule
  • Gopalhari Deshmukh ‘Lokahitawadi’
  • Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, The Servants of India Society
  • The Ramakrishna Movement and Swami Vivekananda
  • Dayananda Saraswati and Arya Samaj
  • Seva Sadan, Dev Samaj
  • Dharma Sabha, Bharat Dharma Mahamandala
  • Radhaswami Movement, SNDP Movement
  • Vokkaliga Sangha, Justice Movement
  • Self-Respect Movement, Temple Entry Movement
  • Indian Social Conference, Wahabi Movement
  • Titu Mir‘s Movement, Faraizi Movement
  • Ahmadiyya Movement, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and the Aligarh Movement
  • The Deoband School, The Theosophical Movement
  • Significance ans Impact of Reform Movements

Early Nationalist Movements 1885-1914

  • Political Associations in Bengal
  • Political Associations in Bombay
  • Political Associations in Madras
  • Moderate Phase of Congress

Class 15

Extremist phase

  • Partition of Bengal (1905)
  • Swadeshi Movement, 
  • Muslim League, 1906
  • Surat Split, 1907
  • Indian Council Act (Morley-Minto Act) 1909
  • Ghadar Party, 1913
  • Komagata Maru Incident 1914
  • The Lucknow Pact (1916)
  • Home Rule Movement (1915–1916)
  • August Declaration, 1917
  • First World War and Nationalist Response

Gandhian Phase (1915-1939) Part-1

  • Champaran Satyagraha (1917)
  • Ahmadabad Mill Strike (1918)
  • Kheda Satyagraha (1918)
  • The Government of India Act, 1919
  • Rowlatt Act and Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (1919)
  • Khilafat Movement
  • The Non-Cooperation Movement (1920-22)
  • Bardoli Resolution
  • Nagpur Session of Congress
  • Swaraj Party and its Evaluation
  • Muddiman Committee (1924)
  • Simon Commission (1927)
  • Bardoli Satyagraha (1928)
  • Nehru Report (1928)
  • Jinnah’s Fourteen Points
  • Lahore Session, 1929
  • Allahabad Address (1930)

Class 16
Gandhian Phase (1915-1939) Part-2

  • Civil Disobedience Movement (1930-1931)
  • First Round Table Conference, 1930
  • Gandhi-Irwin Pact, 1931
  • Karachi session of 1931
  • Second Round Table Conference, 1931
  • Civil Disobedience Movement (Second-Phase)
  • Third Round Table Conference (17 November 1932)
  • Communal Award
  • Poona Pact, 1932
  • Government of India Act, 1935

Revolutionary Activities

  • kakori Robbery
  • HSRA
  • Anushilan Groups
  • Chittagong Armoury Raid

Class 17

Last phase of Freedom struggle (1940-1947)

  • World War II and Indian Nationalism
  • Resignation of Congress Ministers (1939)
  • Poona Resolution and Conditional Support to Britain (1941)
  • August Offer of 1940
  • The Individual Civil Disobedience
  • Two-Nation Theory
  • Demand for Pakistan (1942)
  • Cripps Mission (1942)
  • Quit India Movement
  • Azad Hind Fauj
  • Indian National Army
  • INA Trails
  • Rajagopalachari Formula, 1945
  • Desai - Liaqat Pact
  • Cabinet Mission (1946)
  • Wavell Plan
  • Jinnah’s Direct Action Resolution
  • Mountbatten Plan of June 1947
  • Handouts - Important Congress Sessions & Committees

Economics

Class 1

  • Economics basics- Macro & Micro, National income, Sectors - Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, GDP & alternatives to GDP (PPP), Inflation - Types Economic Systems- Capitalist, Socialist, Mixed Economy

Class 2

  • Growth & Development- Planning, LPG Economic Reforms, NITI Ayog, Poverty, Inequality, Unemployment, Developmental indicators- HDI, MPI

Class 3

  • Fiscal policy- Budget, Tax Structure in India- Direct and Indirect Taxes, Disinvestment, FRBM Act, 15th Finance Commission

Class 4

Money and Banking

  • Money classification, Money multiplier
  • Monetary policy - CRR, SLR,Repo Rate etc, RBI, Money Supply
  • Banking System-  NABARD, Commercial Banks, NPA Crisis, NBFC,RRB

Class 5

Money Market and Financial Markets-

  • T-Bills, Commercial papers,G-Sec, Bonds, Stock Market, IDR, GDR, ADR, SEBI

Class 6

  • Economics Current Affairs

Class 7
External Sector/Foreign Trade-

  • Balance of Payments, FERA, FEMA, FDI, FPI, FII, External Commercial Borrowing (ECB)
  • Capital & Current Account Convertability
  • Current Account Deficit (CAD)
  • Rupee Appreciation & Depreciation, NEER, REER, Forex reserves

Class 8

  • International Organizations- WTO, IMF, World Bank, FAO, ILO, WIPO, FATF & Other International organisations, Trade Agreements

Class 9

  • Subsidies, PDS, Food security
  • Agriculture & animal rearing- MSP, FRP, Schemes
  • Infrastructure & Investment Models
  • Miscellaneous

Class 10

  • Economics Current Affairs

Class 11

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Class 12

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Class 13

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Class 14

  • Economic Survey & Union Budget 2021-22

Environment

Class 1

Basic Concepts of Ecology - Ecology, Ecosystems & its types, Ecotones, Ecological Succession, Ecosystem Dynamics - Food Chain & Food Web, Flow of Energy, Trophic levels, Biogeochemical Cycles


Class 2

  • Biomes - Forest, Grassland, Mountains, Desert ecosystem
  • Acquatic Lifezones - Oceans, Rivers, Lakes, Wetlands, Coral Reefs, Mangroves

Class 3

  • Biodiversity- Hotspots, Modes of Conservation (In-situ & Ex-situ), Protected Area Network (National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Tiger reserves & Biosphere reserves), Ecologically Sensitive Areas.

Class 4

  • Climate Change and Pollution - Air, Water, Soil, Noise, Radioactive, Biological, E-Waste, Solid Waste; Climate Change Mitigation
  • Pollution related issues- Acid Rain, Photochemical Smog, GHG's, Ozone Depletion, Algal Bloom

Class 5

  • Environment Current Affairs

Class 6

  • Environmental Laws, Regulatory Bodies, Acts & Policies - Forest Rights Act, Environmental Protection Act, Wildlife Protection Act, National Biodiversity Authority, National Green Tribunal, Environmental Impact Assessment

Class 7

  • International Environmental Conventions/Organizations - UNFCCC, IPCC, UNEP, IUCN, UNCBD, Montreal, Cartegna, Nagoya, Bonn, Ramsar, Kyoto Protocol, etc

Class 8

 

  • Land Resources- Land Degradation, Desertification, UNCCD , Deforestation and Afforestation- CAMPA, REDD+
  • Disaster and DIsaster Management - NDMA, Sendai Framework

Class 9

 

  • Sustainable Development
  • Renewable Energy
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • GM Food & its impact, Miscellaneous

Class 10

  • Environment Current Affairs

Science & Technology

Class 1

  • Evolution of Universe and Earth, Astronomy - gravitational lensing, red shift
  • Space Technology- NASA, ESA, ISRO space missions, Launch Vehicles, International Space missions, Orbits, Space stations, Space Tourism

Class 2

  • Defence Technology- Indian Missile System, Important discoveries in aircraft technology (UAV, Ramjet, Scramjet), Role of HAL & DRDO
  • Radars, Sonic Boom, Hyopersonic technology, Cyber defense technologies, Nuclear armaments.

Class 3

  • Biotechnology- Genetic engineering (Pluripotent, Multipotent, induced Pluripotent stem cell), Cloning, Human Genome Project, RT-PCR, 3 Parent babies, Latest researches of ICSIR, CIRB, ICMR, etc.,
  • Bioremediaiton, Genetic disorders, Cell mutation and ageing, etc.,
  • Robotics- Humanoid Robots & Artificial Intelligence.

Class 4

  • Science and Technology Current Affairs

Class 5

  • Nuclear Technology- Fission & Fusion, India's Three staged Nuclear Programme, Artificial Sun, Matter - Anti matter, Particulate physics - Bosons and fermions, Large Hedron Colliders.
  • Gravitational Wave Observatory, India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) + Related Technology in News

Class 6

  • Healthcare & Pharmaceutical- Diseases - Communicable - Dengue, Measles, Avain Influenza, Swine flu, COVID, etc. Non Communicable disaeases - Diabetes, Obesity, Cancer, Difficiency diseases and Mental illness, Vaccinations, IPR - TRIPS, TRIPS Plus, Compulsory Licensing, Evergrening.

Class 7

  • Nanotechnology- Nano materials, Graphite, Carbon Nano Tubes, Gold Nano Particles, Applications
  • Communication, IT & Computer System- Wifi & LiFi Technologies, LTE & VoLTE, Optical Fibre Network
  • Net Neutrality, Quantum Computing, Supercomputers of India & World
  • Big Data & Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Cyrptocurrency, Block Chain Technology.

Class 8

  • Science and Technology Current Affairs

CSAT

Class 1

  • Fast Calculation Techniques
  • Number System and Number Series

Class 2

  • Percentages
  • Averages
  • Ratio & Proportion

Class 3

  • Profit & Loss
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Probability and Dices

Class 4

  • Time Speed Distance
  • Time & Work

Class 5

  • Mixtures & Allegations
  • Data Interpretation

Class 6

  • Blood Relations
  • Syllogism & Statement and Conclusion
  • Arrangements

Class 7

  • Clock & Calendars
  • Direction and Distance
  • Coding & Decoding

Class 8

  • Puzzles and other Miscellaneous Topics

Class 9

  • Reading Comprehension

Class 10

  • Reading Comprehension

 

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