Tuesday, May 7, 2019

WBCS Polity and Constitution MCQs Prelims and Mains

Indian History - What to study for WBCS ?

Indian History Syllabus and Important Areas

  • Ancient Indian History


  • Source of History
    • Native literature
      • Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharat, Puranas, Buddhist literature, Biography, and Popular books and author.
    • Foreign literature
      • Books of Greeks and the Roman writer related to ancient India
    • Inscriptions
    • Coins
  • Paleolithic Age
    • Tools, Art, and Culture, Lifestyle
  • Mesolithic Age
    • Tools, Art, and Culture, Lifestyle
  • Neolithic Age
    • Tools, Art, and Culture, Lifestyle
  • Chalcolithic Age
    • Characteristics
  • Mehorgah Civilization
  • Indus Valley Civilization
  • Vedic Age
  • Rise of Magadh
    • Haryanka Dynasty
    • Sishunaga Dynasty
    • Nanda Dynasty
  • Foreign Invasion
    • Greek Alexander
    • Persian (Iranian)
  • Jainism and Buddhism
  • Maurya Dynasty
    • Chandragupta Maurya
    • Bindusara
    • Ashoka
  • Post Mauryan and Pre-Gupta Period
    • Sunga Dynasty
    • Kanva Dynasty
    • Satavahana Dynasty
    • Chedi Dynasty
  • Foreign Invasion
    • Indo-Greeks
    • Shakas
    • Parthians
    • Kushan
  • Gupta Period
  • Chalukya, Pallavas, Pandyas

  • Medieval India

  • Rashtrakutas and other Rajputs Clans and Important Kings
  • The Delhi Sultanate
    • Mamluk/Slave Dynasty
    • Khilji Dynasty
    • Tughlaq Dynasty
    • Sayyid Dynasty
    • Lodhi Dynasty
  • Vijayanagar Empire
    • Sangam Dynasty
    • Saluva Dynasty
    • Tulva Dynasty
    • Aravidu Dynasty
  • Bahamani Kingdom
  • Mughal Empire
  • Sher Shah Suri
  • Later Mughals
  • Rises of Maharatha Power
    • Shivaji
    • Peshwas

  • Modern Indian History

  • Advents of Portuguese, British, Duch, French
  • Raises of Autonomous States
    • Bengal
    • Hyderabad
    • Avadh
    • Mysore
    • Punjab
  • British Expansion
  • Brish Land Revenue System
  • Civil Revolts
  • Revolt of 1857
  • Direct Administration by Britain
  • Governor General, Viceroy
  • Act for India by the British Parliament
  • The growth of Modern Education and Cultural Uprisings
  • Social and Religious Movement
  • Pre-Congress Nationalist Organization and Development of Nationalism
  • Indian National Movement



The best approach to Indian History:

  • Read any popular textbook of your own choice and ease. (Language: prefer what you comfortable at)
  • Go through the last 10 years questions paper
  • Now make notes of important things or mark in your textbooks
  • Revise your notes in a time interval
  • Practice lots of MCQs and add in your note what you are missing

...To be continued

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