(1) Enlightenment and Modern ideas:

(i)

Major ideas of Enlightenment: Kant, Rousseau (Part 1)

Major ideas of Enlightenment: Kant, Rousseau (Part 2)

Major ideas of Enlightenment: Kant, Rousseau (Part 3)

Major ideas of Enlightenment: Kant, Rousseau (Part 4)

(ii) Spread of Enlightenment in the colonies

(iii)

Rise of socialist ideas (up to Marx); spread of Marxian Socialism (Part 1)

Rise of socialist ideas (up to Marx); spread of Marxian Socialism (Part 2)

Rise of socialist ideas (up to Marx); spread of Marxian Socialism (Part 3)

Rise of socialist ideas (up to Marx); spread of Marxian Socialism (Part 4)

Rise of socialist ideas (up to Marx); spread of Marxian Socialism (Part 5)

(2) Origins of Modern Politics:

(i) European States System.

(ii)

American Revolution (Part 1)

American Revolution (Part 2)

American Constitution

(iii)

French revolution and aftermath, 1789-1815 (Part 1)

French revolution and aftermath, 1789-1815 (Part 2)

French revolution and aftermath, 1789-1815 (Part 3)

French revolution and aftermath, 1789-1815 (Part 4)

French revolution and aftermath, 1789-1815 (Part 5)

(iv) American Civil War with reference to Abraham Lincoln and the abolition of slavery

(v) British Democratic Politics,1815 -1850; Parliamentary Reformers, Free Traders, Chartists

(3) Industrialization:

(i)

English Industrial Revolution : Causes and Impact on Society (Part 1)

English Industrial Revolution : Causes and Impact on Society (Part 2)

(ii) 

Industrialization in other countries: USA

Industrialization in other countries: Germany

Industrialization in other countries: Russia

Industrialization in other countries: Japan

(iii)

Industrialization and Globalization

(4) Nation-State System:

(i) Rise of Nationalism in 19th century

(ii)

Nationalism: state-building in Germany (Part 1)

Nationalism: state-building in Germany (Part 2)

Nationalism: state-building in Germany (Part 3)

Nationalism: state-building in Germany (Part 4)

Nationalism: state-building in Germany (Part 5)

(iii)

Nationalism: state-building in Italy (Part 1)

Nationalism: state-building in Italy (Part 2)

Nationalism: state-building in Italy (Part 3)

Nationalism: state-building in Italy (Part 4)

(iv) Disintegration of Empires in the face of the emergence of nationalities across the world.

(5) Imperialism and Colonialism:

(i) South and South-East Asia

(ii) Latin America

(iii) Scramble For Africa

(iii) Australia

(iv) Imperialism and free trade: Rise of Neo-imperialism

(V) Imperialism and Colonialism: The Great Game

(6) Revolution and Counter-Revolution:

(i) 19th Century European revolutions

(ii)

The Russian Revolution of 1917- 1921 (Part-1)

The Russian Revolution of 1917- 1921 (Part-2)

The Russian Revolution of 1917- 1921 (Part-3)

The Russian Revolution of 1917- 1921 (Part-4)

(iii)

Nazi Counter-Revolution – Germany (Part 1)

Nazi Counter-Revolution – Germany (Part 2)

Nazi Counter-Revolution – Germany (Part 3)

Nazi Counter-Revolution – Germany (Part 4)

Nazi Counter-Revolution – Germany (Part 5)

Fascist Counter-Revolution – Italy (Part 1)

Fascist Counter-Revolution – Italy (Part 2)

Fascist Counter-Revolution – Italy (Part 3)

(iv)

The Chinese Revolution of 1949 (Part-1)

The Chinese Revolution of 1949 (Part-2)

The Chinese Revolution of 1949 (Part-3)

The Chinese Revolution of 1949 (Part-4)

The Chinese Revolution of 1949 (Part-5)

(7) World Wars:

(i)

The  First World War (Part 1: The World In 1914)

The  First World War (Part 2: Events Leading To The Outbreak Of War)

The  First World War (Part 3: Causes Of The First World War)

The  First World War (Part 4: Events And Effects Of The First World War)

The  First World War (Part 5: Aftermath Of The First World War)

The First World War (Part 6: The League Of Nations)

(ii)

International relations between the two world wars: 1919-1933 (Part-1)

International relations between the two world wars: 1919-1933 (Part-2)

International relations between the two world wars: 1933-1939 (Part-1)

International relations between the two world wars: 1933-1939 (Part-2)

International relations between the two world wars: 1933-1939 (Part-3)

(iii) The Second World War, 1939-45 (Part-1)

The Second World War, 1939-45 (Part-2)

(8) The World after World War II:

(i) Emergence of two power blocs

(ii) Emergence of Third World and non-alignment

(iii)

UNO and the global disputes (Part 1)

UNO and the global disputes (Part 2)

UNO and the global disputes (Part 3)

(iv) 

Conflict in Middle East: (Part-1: Introduction)

Conflict in Middle East: (Part-2: Arab-Israel Conflict)

Conflict in Middle East: (Part-3: Lebanon Conflict)

Conflict in Middle East: (Part-4: Iran-Iraq War, 1980-8)

Conflict in Middle East: (Part-5: The Gulf War, 1990-1)

(9) Liberation from Colonial Rule:

(i) Latin America-Bolivar

(ii) Arab World-Egypt

(iii)

South Africa-Apartheid to Democracy (Part 1)

South Africa-Apartheid to Democracy (Part 2)

(iv) Decolonisation of Africa

(v) South-East Asia-Vietnam

(10) Decolonization and Underdevelopment:

(i) Factors constraining development: Latin America

(ii) Factors constraining development: Africa

(11) Unification of Europe:

(i) Post War Foundations: NATO

(ii) European Community, Consolidation and Expansion of European Community and European Union

(12) Disintegration of Soviet Union and the Rise of the Unipolar World:

(i) Factors leading to the collapse of Soviet communism and the Soviet Union, 1985-1991

(ii) Political Changes in Eastern Europe 1989-2001

(iii) End of the cold war and US ascendancy in the World as the lone superpower

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  1. Many topics are about to be completed…will be upload soon.. French Revolution, Russian Revolution, Chinese Revolution, Industrial Revolution, American Constitution,Enlightenment ammd modern states, German and Italy nationalism are lined up

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  2. (ii) European Community, Consolidation and Expansion of European Community

    (iii) European Union

    BOTH OF ABOVE TOPIC HAVE SAME FILE, TOPIC IS PROBABLY SAME /SIMILAR BUT SIR IF U HAVE SEPARATE FILES FOR EACH PLEASE CHECK N UPLOAD IT.

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  3. Thanks for your material. I have a question on the syllabus topic “Disintegration of Empires in the face of the emergence of nationalities across the world”. Does this include decolonization and independence of Latin America,Afro-asian Countries?

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  4. Sir can i rely on ur world history notes or have to prepare from other resources ..plz help i m confused?and thanks for your selfless service helpful for rural cse aspirants..

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  5. Thanks a ton for this

    Please provide us with the notes of the remaining topics.

    These write ups are truly valuable in understanding history.

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  6. thanku soo much sir for such a kind initiative…cant thanku enuff for ur help…….impatiently waiting for rest of the world history topics….i know its too much to ask but if possible please complete it before mains 2016

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  7. i humbly request you sir, to please add on the remaining topics as it will be of immense help in preparing our optional subjects. we as aspirants understand that it takes a lot of hard work to prepare the material and post it on the website. i request you to upload the remaining portions of history.

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  8. Thank you for the amazing work. Your notes are of immense help.
    A small request: Next can you please add remaining parts of “French revolution (part 4 and 5)”, “Rise of nationalism in 19th century” “Nationalism and state building in Germany (part 5)” and “Disintegration of Empires in the face of the emergence of nationalities across the world”

    This will give us a sense of completion in “nationalism” topics on the whole.

    Thanks in advance.

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  9. Respected sir , first I would like to congratulate you for making the tedious job of aspirants easy.As you have mentioned the sources of medieval history(satish chandra, IGNOU) Please let us know the sources of ancient, modern, and world history to fill up the gaps if needed .

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  10. Other than these world history material provided by you what other books we need to study for complete coverage of world history?
    Please guide, I’m beginner giving CSE 2017.
    Thank you Sir !!

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  11. Hii Sir
    U r doing really tremendous work n hope this site become one-stop destination for history people,I wanted one more request that if could allow people who r reading from your site to mk group n to have combine study like other sites r doing it, do past papers n then check with each other, so we don’t have to waste money in test series n mk study interesting so I m giving my whatsapp no. 08384906207 so that if anybody interested can message me.I have history as my optional. thanks

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  12. superb effort sir…….kindlly complete the rest of the topics ASAP…….that will be very helpful as I am depending on your site only

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  13. Hello,
    Since lunch I am unable to see solutions to previous year questions…..’page not found’ is the message which is coming….can you please look into this..we are dependent on your website..:) thank you…

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      • Apologies Sir but wanted to say something on this…may be you can remove prev year questions from the section on which questions are being asked-like world history currently. Not having all the solutions for 2 months would seriously affect preparation as these answers are quite rich in content and help us evaluate our answers….please see into this…:)

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