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This lesson is an overview of the course. it discusses the lessons in the course as well as the mains previous year questions relevant to the Course.

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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Thank you mam for the awesome videos you clear all our doubts.
Megha Khandelwal
9 months ago
Welcome. Do share these lectures
absolutely awesome ma'am
Superb video maim God bless you and may you live long ok i am a new student preparing for civil service exam ok
please do this course in english too. awesome course
mam...you are on fire????????massive respect
  1. THE INDIAN NATIONAL MOVEMENT: 1930s THE INDAN NATIONAL 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 LESSONS IN THIS COURSE MAINS PYQ


  4. LESSONS IN THIS COURSE OVERVIEW SWARAJISTS AND NO CHANGERS SIMON COMMISSION PART 1 SIMON COMMISSION PART 2 CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE PART 1 CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE PART 2 CONCESSIONS AND CASTE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT 1935 CONGRESS MINISTRIES


  5. MAINS QUESTIONS . Mahatma Gandhi and Ambedkar, despite having divergent approaches and strategies, had a common goal of the amelioration of the downtrodden. Explain. [2015] . It would have been difficult for the Constituent Assembly to complete its historic test of drafting the Constitution for Independent India in just 3 years but for the experience gained with the Gol Act 1935. Discuss. [2015]


  6. MAINS QUESTIONS . The crisis of the colonial order during 1919 and 1939 was directly linked to the constitutional reforms, disillusionment and militant anti-colonialism struggles. Elucidate. [2007] .How did Government of India Act of 1935 mark a point of no return in the history of constitutional development in India? [2006]