Paper I - IAS 2017

1. Syllabus
Modern Indian History:
1. Class 1:18th Century, Marathas, Anglo-French wars
2. Class 2: British Conquest of Bengal, The British conquest of India
3. Class 3:British Colonialism 
4. Class 4: Land Revenue Reforms, Deindustrialisation
5. Class 5: Drain Theory, Growth of Education, Socio- Religious Movements. 
6. Class 6: Civil and Tribal uprisings, 1857 Revolt (to be continued)
7. Class 7: Nationalism and factors responsible for it, INC, Safety valve theory, INC objectives
8. Class 8: Early nationalists, Moderates, Swadeshi Movement, rise of extremism, Surat Split
9. Class 9: Mahatma Gandhi, His experiments in South Africa and its relevance, Revolutionary Terrorism. 
10. Class 10: Home Rule Movement, Congress Re-merger, Khilafat and Non Cooperation Movement, Revolutionary Terrorism, Caste Movements.  
11. Class 11: Caste Movements, The issue caste and Dalit Identities, Peasant Movements and Peasant Activism, Simon Commission, Nehru Report, Lahore Session, Civil Disobedience Movement. 
12. Class 12: 1930 to 1940
13. Class 13: 1940 to 1947
14. Class 14: Railways and Modern Industries

World History:
1. Class 1Industrial Revolution, Definition, Causes
2. Class 2: Spread of Industrial Revolution outside England, Impact and consequences
3. Class 3: American war for Independence
4. Class 4: French Revolution
5. Class 5: French Revolution - Napoleon Era
6. Class 6: Developments in Europe during 19th Century
7. Class 7: Unification of Italy, Unification of Germany, Developments from 1870 onward - Towards First World War
8. Class 8Russian Revolution
9. Class 9:
Social Issues:
1. Class 1: Introduction to social issues, Women's related issues in India, Sex Vs Gender, Social Construction of gender, Patriarchy, Honour killing - Khap Panchayat,  Declining sex ratio in India. 
2. Class 2: Status of Women, Feminism, Feminist Movements and Women's Movements in India, Violence or Atrocities against women. 
3. Class 3:Varna system Vs Caste system, Untouchability, Social Exclusion, Social Justice, Reservation for SCs and STs
4. Class 4: Reservation for OBCs, Positive and negative aspects of caste based reservation, Affectivity of caste based reservation, Introduction to problems of education
5. Class 5: Education in India, Disparities in Education, Government School for the Children of Government Employees (Allahabad High Court Judgement), Problems of Universalization of Education, Mid Day Meal Scheme 
6. Class 6: Democratic Decentralization in India and empowerment of weaker sections, Positive and negative aspects of religion in India, Fundamentalism in India. 
7. Class 7: Communal ism, Communalisaiton of Indian Politics, Secularism, Challenges to Secularism in India. 
8. Class 8Problems of Minorities in India, Science and Religion, Impact of Communnalism, Socialism and Capitalism on Indian Society. 
9. Class 9: Gandhiasm, Marxism, Maoism, Democratic Socialism, Mixed Economy, Naxalite Movement. 
10. Class 10: New Farmers Movement, Terrorism and Insurgency in India, Caste, Caste ism and Un-touchability, anti-caste movements, Weakening and strengthning of caste in Modern India, Nation-State, Multi-National State, Ethno Nationalism, Buffalo Nationalism and Identity Politics in India,  
11. Class 11: Public Interest Groups and Civil Society Movements in India, Poverty and Hunger in India, Culture Vs Civilization, Inter generational Gap 
12. Class 12: Rural Developments Programmes in India
13. Class 13: Problems of Transgenders, Emerging Trends in Marriage and Family, Urbanization and Its associated Problems, Smart villages and its associated problems.  
14. Class 14: Unity in Diversity, Capital Punishment
15. Class 15: Regionalism
16. Class 16: Globalisation 
17. Social Issues: Writing Practice
1. Class 1: Introduction and Approach
2. Class 2: Geo-morphology Approach 
3. Class 3: Convectional Currents, Continental Drift, Sea Floor Spreading
4. Class 4: Plate Tectonics
5. Class 5: Exogenic Forces, Weathering, Mass forces, River Erosion and Transportation types
6. Class 6: River Land forms
7. Class 7: General Discussion for better approach
7. Class 7.1River Features, Cycle of Erosion, Coastal Land forms, Wind erosion and depositional land forms. 
8. Class 8: Coastal and Wind Land forms
9. Class 9: Wind Land forms (continued)
10. Class 10: Underground Water and Karst Topography
11. Class 11: Climatology and Atmosphere overall view
12. Class 12: Global Winds
13. Class 13: Seasonal Winds and Air Masses
14. Class 14: Temperature inversion with Air Masses, Variable winds, Cyclone and Anti-cyclones
15. Class 15: Oceanography 
16. Class 16:
17. Class 17:
Indian Geography:
1. Class 1: Physiography (1)
2. Class 2Physiography (2)
3. Class 3: Drainage System
4. Class 4: Monsoons
5. Class 5: Forests
6. Class 6: Irrigation
7. Class 7:
8. Class 8Industries
World History:
1. Class 1: Industrial Revolution, Definition, Causes
2. Class 2: Spread of Industrial Revolution outside England, Impact and consequences
3. Class 3: American war for Independence