The Supreme Court
Mahatma Gandhi:- Non-cooperation Movement
The Union Legislature
The First World War
The First War of Independence, 1857
Forward Bloc (Objectives) and Ina (Objectives and Achievements).
Rise of Dictatorships
The Union Executive
The High Courts
Factors Promoting Growth of Nationalism, Foundation of the Indian National Congress
- Economic Exploitation
- Repressive Colonial Policies
- Socio-religious Reform Movements
- Foundation of the Indian National Congress - the Indian National Association (Surendranath Banerjee)
- Rediscovery of India’S Past, Influence of Western Education
- Role of the Press
- Objectives of the Indian National Congress
- East India Association (Dadabhai Naoroji) as Precursors
Prime Minister and Council of Ministers
First Phase of the Indian National Movement (1885-1907), Second Phase of the Indian National Movement (1905-1916)
- Objectives and Methods of Struggle of the Early Nationalists
- Contributions of Dadabhai Naoroji, Surendranath Banerjee and Gopal Krishna Gokhale
- Causes of the Partition of Bengal
- Surat Split of 1907
- Objectives and Methods of Struggle of the Radicals
- Contributions of Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal and Lala Lajpat Rai
- Factors Leading to the Formation of the Muslim League
- Significance of the Lucknow Pact - 1916
Independence and Partition of India
The Second World War
- Causes of Second World War - Treaty of Versailles, Rise of Fascism and Nazism
- Second World War - Policy of Appeasement
- Japanese Invasion of China,
- Failure of League of Nations and Hitler’s
- Attack on Pearl Harbour
- Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
- Formation of the United Nations
- Consequences (Defeat of Axis Powers, Formation of the United Nations and Cold War)
The Indian National Movement (1857 – 1917)
Mass Phase of the National Movement - (1915-1947)
Non Aligned Movement
The Contemporary World
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