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Daily problem practise for History Optional Mains and GS Paper I (History Portion): 2018

Daily problem practise for History Optional Mains and GS Paper I (History Portion): 2018 For all those appearing for Civil Services Examination in 2018, we are starting Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (History Part). Important features: Daily at least one question will be posted. No question will be posted on Saturday and Sunday. In case […]

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History Optional Online Test Series: 2018

All India History Optional Online Test Series-2018 CLICK HERE TO FILL THE APPLICATION FORM Contact: selfstudyhistory@gmail.com Call on: 9718593510, 8210076034, 9717510106 Total 14 Tests (8 Sectional Test + 6 Full Test) First 8 Tests will be of 150 Marks each and 105 Minutes time limit and Rest 6 Tests will be of 250 Marks each and 3 hours time limit. […]

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Essay Evaluation Program: UPSC-2018

Essay Evaluation Program: UPSC-2018 We are launching Essay Evaluation Program in English and Hindi for Civil Services Examination with a Team of experienced people who are either in Service or Top scorers in Essay Paper. Contact: essayselfstudyhistory@gmail.com  Mobile Number: 9718593510 Click here to know strategy for writing Essay Click here to fill the online application form for Essay Evaluation Program […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (15 December: Modern India)

For History Optional: Q. “The Government of India from Canning to Curzon was regarded‚ as a white man’s burden rather than as a call to creative effort or the preparation for a new era.” Comment. Q. Give and account of  thesocial changes in the first half of 19th century due to western contact in India. Note: To get feedback, send […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (14 December: Modern India)

For History Optional and GS Paper I: Q. “Our system acts very much like a sponge, drawing up all the good things from the banks of the Ganges, and squeezing them down on the banks of the Thames.” Comment. For History Optional: Q. Give an account of growth of the Business enterprise in India after the First World War.  How […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (13 December: Modern India)

For History Optional and GS Paper I: Q.1 “Our system acts very much like a sponge, drawing up all the good things from the banks of the Ganges, and squeezing them down on the banks of the Thames.” Comment. For History Optional: Q.2 “The hey-day of the British power in India was also the high noon of laissez faire economic […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (12 December: Modern India)

For History Optional: Q. Bring out the pattern of commercialization of agriculture in the 19th century. Was it a forced process for  the vast majority of poorer peasants? Q. Plantations and mines, jutes mills, banking, insurance, shipping and export-import concerns in India were run through a system of interlocking managing  agencies.” Critically examine. Note: To get feedback, send you answers […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (11 December: Modern India)

For History Optional and GS Paper I: Q.1 “Absentee landlordism was a consequential feature of Bengal’s Permanent land settlement.” Comment. For History Optional: Q.2 What role did economic ideas play in the early phase of the British rule in the shaping of land tenure policy? Note: To get feedback, send you answers to selfstudyhistory@gmail.com. Those enrolled in test series will be given priority […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (8 December: Modern India)

For History Optional: Q. Do you think that the East India Company lost its political and economic power gradually by the  Regulating  Act  (1773),  the  Pitt’s  India  Act  (1784)  and  finally  the  Charter  Act  of 1833? Explain. Q. How the Utilitarian ideas shaped the British Policy towards India? Note: To get feedback, send you answers to selfstudyhistory@gmail.com. Those enrolled in test […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (7 December)

Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (7 December) For History Optional: Q.1 Why  was  Mysore  considered  a  threat  by  the  British  to  their  possessions  and  mercantile interests  in  the  south?  Do  you  think  that  Tipu  Sultan’s  posturing  became  his  undoing?   For History Optional and GS Paper I: Q.1 Dalhousie  changed  the  map  of  India  with  speed  and  […]

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Daily Problem Practise for History Optional and GS Paper I (6 December)

For History Optional and GS Paper I Q. Discuss  the  causes  that  led  to  the  ‘economic  drain’  in  Bengal  following  the  Battle  of Plassey. [20 Marks] Note: To get feedback, send you answers to selfstudyhistory@gmail.com. Those enrolled in test series will be given priority with ensured evaluation of answers. Preferably send in pdf (by using cam scanner or a good scanner) […]

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