UPSC Notes

History Of India UPSC Notes

The Indian subcontinent is the largest region in South Asia. It is the home of one of the most influential civilizations in the world. Since very early times it seems likely that its use provided a suitable habitat for the human population. Get into the brief history of India notes on all topics. Toward the south it is essentially protected by large expanses of ocean while to the north it is protected by vast Himalayan ranges. Only in the Northwest and North-East there is easier access by land and through these two fields most early contacts with the outside world occurred. The northern parts of India represent a series of contrasting regions each with its own cultural history and its own unique population. Here’s brief history of India for UPSC.

Ancient India 

Medieval India

Modern India 

Economic And Social Development Of India Notes

  1. A Historical Perspective To Indian Economy
  2. Economic Drain And Introduction To Indian Economy
  3. Unemployment
  4. Economic Planning And Introduction
  5. National Income And Inflation
  6. Poverty
  7. Agriculture
  8. Industry
  9. Finance Commission
  10. The Reserve Bank Of India And Commercial Banking
  11. Foreign Trade
  12. Key Terms And Their Meanings

Polity Notes

  1. Basic Concepts Of Government And Indian Constitution
  2. The Union And Its Territory
  3. Citizenship
  4. Fundamental Rights
  5. Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles Of State Policy
  6. The Union Executive
  7. The Union Legislature
  8. The State Legislature
  9. Union State Relations
  10. Emergency Provisions
  11. Important Constitutional Authorities
  12. Parts And Schedules Of The Constitution
  13. Amendment Of The Constitution And Important Amendments

Public Administration Notes

Introduction

  1. Wilson’s Vision of Public Administration
  2. Good Governance
  3. Contemporary public administration
  4. Governance in the Indian Context

Theories Of Administration

  1. Marxist View on Bureaucracy
  2. Systems Approach

Accountability And Control

  1. Administrative Corruption
  2. Causes Of Corruption
  3. Systems Approach

Administrative Law

  1. Development and definition
  2. Delegated Legislation
  3. Administrative tribunals

Administrative Reforms

  1. Meaning, Process, and obstacles
  2. O & M
  3. Work Study-Work Measurement
  4. Information Technology

Comparative And Developmental Administration

  1. Riggs – Prismatic Sala Model
  2. Development Administration

Public Policy

  1. Citizens Charter
  2. Relevance of Policymaking
  3. Models of Policy Making
  4. Sectoral Policies Policy Formulation
  5. Policy Implementation

Financial Administration

  1. Financial administration and public administration
  2. Monetary Policies
  3. Fiscal Policies
  4. Resource Mobilisation

Public Administration – Mains

Paper – I

Paper – II

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