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Administrative changes after 1857 (in Hindi)
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Chapter 7

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Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduation in History YouTube & Telegram Channel - Rank secure. Successfully Taught 40 GS Batches/ Motivator

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mam mains k lie taiyri kaise kre
mam.plzz added more lesson which is relevant for upsc pre like soco eco mov n peasant mov plz cover all this topc soon bcz more ques asked by upsc is reltd to mov plzz cover soon bcz very few days r lft 4 pre
thank you mam Mene spectrum ka all crash course dekha h but 1 doubt h ki kya is book Ko padhne se hamara all modern history complete ho jata h and 1 request h ki please previous year ke questions paper discusses kriye baki educator ne Kiya h but unka samjhana ka tarika itna samjh me mujhe nhi ata so please mam ap hame explain kre
Ravi Singh Yadav
2 years ago
almost ol imp chap. cover only few topics remains cover it frm old ncert bipin Chandra or spect. like soco eco mov n peasant mov, advent of European etc
Aartee mam, After pre 2018 plz Make course on how to mange time in exam i disappointed to much, i got 765 mrk not qualified because approximately 80 marks paper left un-attempted because of time
mam plzz cover early modern or say later mughal Shiva maratha most imp topic for pre bcoz ...Maharashtra theme on 26jan awarded
  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of unacadeny Modern India By Aartee Mishra Administrative Changes after 1857 Part A Hindi

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  4. Administrative Changes After 1857 The second half of the nineteenth century saw further spread and intensification of the industrial revolution The emergence of new industrial powers-the USA, Japan and European countries-and a cut-throat competition for colonies and sub-colonies for raw materials, markets for manufactured goods and capital investment were the highlights of this new phenomenon The British supremacy in the world in finance and manufactured goods trade came to an end. At this point, there were large-scale British capital investments in railways and loans to the Government of India, and to a smaller extent in tea plantations, coalmining, jute mills, shipping, trade and banking All these factors combined to inaugurate a new stage of colonialism in India

  5. ADMINISTRATION: CENTRAL, PROVINCIAL, LOCAL Central Government The Act for Better 1858 transferred the power to govern from the East India Company to the British Crown Now, the power to govern was to be wielded through a secretary of state (earlier this power was exercised by directors of the Company and the Board of Control) The secretary of state was to be a member of the British cabinet, and was to be assisted by a council of 15. He was answerable to the British Parliament The Government in India was to be carried on, as before, by the governor- general whose prestige, if not authority, increased with the new title of viceroy given to him The viceroy was to be assisted by an executive council whose members were to act as the heads of various departments, as well as viceroy's official advisors

  6. ADMINISTRATION: CENTRAL, PROVINCIAL, LOCAL The concentration of the main authority in the hands of the secretary of state based in London, on the one hand, gradually reduced the viceroy to a subordinate status and further urther alienated the Indian public opinion from the government By the Indian Councils Act, 1861, a fifth member, who was to be a jurist was added to viceroy's executive council For legislative purposes, the viceroy could add. six to twelve additional members, of whom at least half had to be non officials who could be either Indian or English The legislative council so constituted possessed no real powers and was merely advisory in nature


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