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Integration and Merger of Princely states

Integration and Merger of Princely states   The political integration of India established a united nation for the first time in centuries from a plethora of princely states, colonial provinces and possessions.. . .

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Movements in Various States

Movements in Various States   Hyderabad Though the Telangana Armed Struggle has the highest recall value in Hyderabad, it could not have really taken off had there been no moorings. . .

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Policy of Subordinate Isolation (1813-1857)

Policy of Subordinate Isolation (1813-1857) The Indian states were supposed to act in subordinate cooperation with the British Government and acknowledge its supremacy. The States surrendered all forms of external. . .

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Indian Princely States

Starting with the Anglo-French rivalry with the coming of Dupleix in 1751, the East India Company asserted political identity with capture of Arcot (1751). With the Battle of Plassey in. . .

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Viceroys of India

Viceroys of India   Lord Canning (1856-57) The most significant event during his administration was the outbreak of the Sepoy Revolt of 1857. He suppressed it and the Parliamentary Act. . .

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Governor Generals of India

Governor Generals of India   Lord William Bentick (1833-35) Mentioned above.     Sir Metclafe (1835) He abolished the restrictions which had been imposed on the press.     Lord. . .

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Governor Generals of Bengal

Governor Generals of Bengal   Warren Hastings See the previous topic.   Lord Cornwallis (1786-93) The first Governor-General under the new Act was Lord Cornwallis. He held office between 1786 and. . .

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Governor- Generals of India

Governor- Generals of India  Roger Drake (1756-58) Roger Drake was appointed as the President of Bengal Presidency from the year 1752 to 1756. Drake was a well known Colonial administrator of the British. . .

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Indian Press under the British Rule

Indian Press under the British Rule  During the reign of the British Empire, there were several Acts passed as stringent curbs over the Indian Press. Prior to the rumblings of. . .

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Hartog Committee – Wardha Scheme of Basic Education, 1937 – Seargant Plan

Hartog Committee In 1929, the Hartog Committee submitted its report. This Committee was appointed to survey the growth of education in British India. It “devoted far more attention to mass. . .

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Why Philosophy

Ever since the beginning of the IAS examination PHILOSOPHY has been one of the most rewarding subject in IAS (main) examination. It has given many spectacular, wonderful & surprising result. Among the humanities subjects it has the potentiality of getting maximum marks (e.g. 385,381,376,354 , etc. as scored by our students ).

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How to approach Ethics

Ever since GS- IV i.e. Ethics ,Integrity & Aptitude has been introduced we have taken lead and mentored more than 10000 students all over India in these two years. We are providing academic support through guest lectures & content back-up to leading institutes of India.

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