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Booklist and Resources for History by Pulkit Garg (AIR 27)
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This lesson is about booklists and sources one must read or refer from for subject History for UPSC CSE preparation. Pulkit talks about the major books for Prelims preparation along with highlighting important chapters from 'Bipin Chandra's book'. A very interesting technique is also taught by Pulkit which will help one to be able to answer correctly in the exam. Further in the lesson Pulkit picks the most important material and sources for topic Ancient and Medieval​ India. Also gain an insight into the imortant topics for Mains.

Pulkit garg
AIR 27 (UPSC-CSE 2015), IIT Delhi Graduate, IRTS (Rank 490 in 2014). Love listening music.

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thank you so much..awesome strategy
Sir please upload a video on chemistry optional booklist and resources along with the strategy you as a candidate made to sail through the optional.
Is there any age relax. For JK domicile?
Hi Pulkit, I have very specific queries regarding NCERTs, could I mail you the same?
Roman says, prepare your own notes, it could not be better then anything else (which is completely understandable), and Pulkit says, follow Vision IAS notes. But, many would not be able to afford them. And, also the very cause of this online study centre would be taken down.
  1. Coursez Demolish uPSC CSE Lesson: Booklist& resources for History Presented by Pulkit Garg Lesson Booklist & resources (AIR 27, CSE 2015)


  2. About me . AIR 27 (UPSC CSE 2015) AIR 490, CSE 2014 Alumni Of IIT Delhi . Course fees: CONTRIBUTIE Follow me on Unacademy at:


  3. Prelims Modern History Spectrum - revise at least 3-4 times- Most important book List at the end of: INC Sessions - Congress Presidents - where? Governor General - and their work -significant events


  4. Bipin Chandrau - selected chapters Chapter 2 Civil rebellion Chapter 3- Peasant movement Chapter 8 - Press Freedom Chapter 16 - Peasant Movement Chapter 17 - Indian working class Chapter 20 - Bhagat Singh . Chapter 24 - Rise of left wing Chapter 29 -Indian capitalist .Solve at least 9/10 questions if you read this from modern history Solve at least 9/10 questions if you read this from modern history


  5. Pre andl Medlieval


  6. use elimination technique while attemptiung pre questions mptung pre questions Q. 20. Who of the following was/were economic critic/critics of colonialism in India? 1. Dadabhai Naoroji 2. G. Subramania lyer 3. R. C. Dutt Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 2 and 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3


  7. Ancientand Medieval Ncert- old - 11th and 12th Ancient is far more important Medieval - less so . Period from 17th and 18th century before 1857 - not covered in spectrum is very important -Anglo Maratha, Anglo - Sikh wars etc.


  8. Mains Modern Indian History 3.How different would have been the achievement of Indian independence without Mahatma Gandhi? Discuss. . Mahatma Gandhi and Dr.B.R.Ambedkar,despite having divergentapproaches and trategies, ada common goal of amelioration of the downtroden. Elucidate. 5.It would have been difilt or the Constuent Assembly to complete t historic task of draftingthe Constitution for idependent India in just threeyears bu for the experience gained with the Government of India Act, 1935.Discuss. the downtrodden. Elucidate. Cnst le s tsr


  9. Contnued See the questions absolutely analytical No direct answers anywhere . Have to critically reflect on what you are reading 1. Bipin Chandra OR 2. From Plassey to Partition


  10. Continued . B R Ambedkar Question - Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, despite having divergent approaches and strategies, had a common goal of amelioration of the downtrodden. Elucidate In current affairs prominently


  11. Continued For period before World War 1 Primary source - Roman Saini sir's videos . Wikipedi:a . Very good questions framed . In brief to the point explained well * Primmary source Additional reading : Vision IAS - very good material too - 2 booklets