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Minto and the Morley Minto Reforms
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This lesson talks about Lord Minto II and the Morley Minto Reforms of 1909.

Nandini Maharaj is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Nandini Maharaj
MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University, BA (Hons.) History from LSR, reader, dancer, love to teach, AIR 42 in 2018 UPSC

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please mam when you are uploading please keep topic related mains question it helps us for practice to write exam mam
very good presentation lucid connected like pearls of a string. keep the same spirit can i have slides of these video Sunylchag@Gmail.com
good job but I have a suggestion, make a video each for each officer and do collective revision for 20 years in one different video. this way things will more clear and specific
good job but I have a suggestion, make a video each for each officer and do collective revision for 20 years in one different video. this way things will more clear and specific
Thank you ma'am.....this is really very helpful and the presentation and research is awesome..... Thanks a lot....!!!!
  1. LORD MINTO II AND THE MORLEY MINTO REFORMS BY NANDINI MAHARAJ


  2. ABOUT ME . BA (Hons.) in History from Lady Shri Ram .MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University Love to teach, read and dance


  3. CONTENTS LORD ELGIN II LORD CURZON . LORD MINTO II MORLEY MINTO REFORMS


  4. LORD ELGIN II 1894-1899 Two British officials assassinated by the Chapekar brothers (Damodar Hari Chapekar and Balkrishna Hari Chapekar) in 1897 . 1896: Pune hit by the Plague


  5. LORD ELGIN II Special Plague Commission was set up under WC Rand, which employed oppressive measures to deal with the Plague 22nd June 1897: Rand and Lt. Ayerst (his military escort) were shot by the Chapekar brothers


  6. LORD CURZON 1899-1905 Police Commission (1902) under Sir Andrew Prazer to review the police administration (recommended setting up of CID in the provinces and CIB at the centre) . Universities Commission (1902) and the Indian Universities Act (1904) Establishment of Department of Commerce and Industry, Department of Agriculture and Agriculture Research Institute at Pusaa


  7. LORD CURZON Founded the Imperial Cadet Corps in 1901 to train Indian princes and aristocrats. Some were commissioned as officers, but not allowed to command any troops. This caused resentment, and ICC was closed in 1914. . Calcutta Corporation Act (1899): Reduced the strength of elected members, and increased the strength of official members in the body


  8. LORD CURZON Ancient Monuments Act (1904): obligatory to preserve monuments of archeological importance Sedition Act and the Official Secrets Act (1904): to curtail Indian press Younghusbands Mission to Tibet (1904)


  9. LORD CURZON Partition of Bengal (1905): Into Eastern and Western Bengal Eastern capital Dacca Partition criticised on communal lines, led to the Swadeshi and Boycott movement


  10. LORD MINTO II 1905-1910 anti-partition and Swadeshi movement Split in the congress at Surat (1907) Establishment of Muslim League 1906 Morley-Minto Reforms 1909


  11. MORLEY MINTO REFORMS . Separate electorates and communal representation for Muslims was introduced. . Separate representation for businesses, capitalist, universities and zamindars