COURSE DETAILS

DURATION OF THE COURSE

Full GS Prelims paper I & II – 6 months

GS mains – 3 months

Optional paper – 3 months

CLASS TIMINGS

REGULAR BATCH

PRELIMS GS CLASSES – 10 A.M- 1 P.M

MAINS GS CLASSES – 7:30 A.M – 9:30 A.M

WEEKEND BATCH

SATURDAY & SUNDAY – 9 A.M – 4 P.M

SYLLABUS

The detail of topic wise syllabus which the institute is providing to the students:

1. GS Preliminary as well as mains as per my articles in the home page www.excellcareeronline.com (Modern India, geography, Polity, Indian economic Development, everyday Science.)
2. International relations.
3. Personalities.
4. Science and Technology.
5. Economic Survey salient points. Budget and Railway Budget salient points.
6. Culture, music, dance, drama, Music Instruments, Tribes.
7. HDI prepared by planning commission.
8. 12th Plan approach paper.
9. Government programmes.
10. India year Book 2015 —Edited Notes from examination point of view.
11. Post 1947 Important events.
12. 14th Finance commission- main points.
13. Various committees and commission reports. – Main points.
14. Second Administrative reforms commission main points chapter wise.
15. Economic terms – well prepared ones.
16. Political History of India – various political parties and politics from the NCERT books.
17. You can see all our articles on “Some thoughts on civil services exams” a series 77 articles planned on GS chapter wise step by step, already there are 29 such articles you can see them in the home page of www.excellcareeronline.com or in my FB status Note column http://www.facebook.com/kalyan.sundaram.16.

 

1. Daily updates from The Hindu, Business Line, Business standard, The Economic Times and good international articles from the New Indian express.
2. Selective articles from Yojana, Kurushetra typed ones.
3. Selective articles from The Frontline.
4. Selective articles from World Focus main points.
5. Selective articles from the Economic and Political weekly.
6. Selective articles from Science Reporter.
7. International relations – Good articles from The Economist.
1. Weekly test series 100 questions.- Every week – standard questions. This will be every week from March.
2. We will have Preliminary Full mock test in the end of January- 25 tests.
3. On Modern India special.
4. Indian economic Special.
5. Geography.
6. Current events.
7. Population, Environment and Biodiversity.
8. Rights issues, Government programmers.
9. Every day Science.
10. Indus valley, Buddhism, Jainism, Vedic Age, Later Vedic age.
11. Bhakti movements, Sufi movements and Social reform movements, Indian art and architectures in the history.
12. Indian polity special.
13. CSAT – practice questions – 25 test series.
14. Monthly E journal with expert articles from passed candidates and prominent civil servants former and existing.

1. Weekly test series 100 questions.- Every week – standard questions. This will be every week from July.
2. We will have Preliminary Full mock test in the end of January- 25 tests.
3. On Modern India special
4. Indian economic Special.
5. Geography.
6. Current events.
7. Population, Environment and Biodiversity.
8. Rights issues, Government programmers.
9. Every day Science.
10. Indus valley, Buddhism, Jainism, Vedic Age, Later Vedic age
11. Bhakti movements, Sufi movements and Social reform movements, Indian art and architectures in the history.
12. Indian polity special.
13. CSAT – practice questions – 25 test series.
14. Monthly E journal with expert articles from passed candidates and prominent civil servants former and existing.

 

 I. MODERN INDIA

1. Decline of Mughal.
2. Emergence of European Powers.
3. Administration of Hastings, Lord Wellesley, Cornwallis, Bentinck, Dalhousie.
4. 18th Century of India.
5. Land Reform.
6. 1857-Revolt.
7. Social Reform Movements.
8. Nationalism.
9. Moderate.
10. Extremist.
11. Revolutionaries.
12. Gandhian Era.
13. Peasant Movement.
14. Agrarian Movement.
15. Simon commission.
16. Round table conference.
17. Cabinet Mission.
18. Gandhi-Irwin Pact.
19. Poona Pact.
20. Direct Action Plan.
21. Mountbatten Plan.
22. Wavall Plan.
23. India Independence Act.

 

II. ECONOMICS

1. Five Year Plan.
2. 12th Plan.
3. Inclusive investments and sustainability.
4. Role of NDC, Plan Targets.
5. History of planning, Themes of various price.
6. Banking [complete].
7. Role of RBI.
8. NBFC.
9. Financial inclusion.
10. Fiscal policy, Budget, FRBM.
11. Centre State financial relations.
12. Finance commission.
13. Public account, consolidated fund, vote on account etc.,
14. 13th and 14th finance commission in detail.
15. Agriculture.
16. Industry.
17. Infrastructure.
18. Energy.
19. International Trade.
20. Unemployment , poverty.
21. Health.
22. HDI.
23. Inflation.
24. Miscellaneous Topics.
25. Population.
26. Government programs.
27. Communication.
28. Transport.
29. 12th plan proposals in detail.
30. Economic Survey.

III. POLITY

1. Evolution of constitution.
2. 1773 Act to 1947 Act.
3. Preamble, Fundamental Rights.
4. Union territory and states.
5. Citizenship.
6. Directive principles of state.
7. Fundamental duties.
8. Amendments.
9. President, Governor.
10. Speaker, parliament.
11. Article 370.
12. Courts, Attorney General, CVC, UPSC, CAG, NHRC.
13. Lokpal, Lok Ayukta, National commission on SC, ST.
14. Central-State relations.
15. Budget.
16. Local Government.
17. Election Commission.
18. Important Articles and Amendments.
19. Right Issues.
20. Electoral Reforms, CEC.
21. Second Administrative Reform commission.

IV. GEOGRAPHY

1.Geomorphology

2.Climatology

3.Oceanography

4.Environmental Geography

5.India’s Location And Setting

Structures And Physiographic Structures Of India

Drainage System

8.Climate

9.Natural Vegetation

10.Soils

11.Natural Hazards And Disasters

12.Population

13.Migration & Settlements

14.Land Resources

15.Indian Agriculture

16.Water Resources

17.Mineral & Energy Resources

18.Industries & Services Sector

19.Transport & Communication

20.Planning

21.Regional And Sustainable Development.

 

Books and Periodicals suggested

Preliminary Examinations

Main examinations

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