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This course takes you through history step by step keeping in mind the important points and aspects from examination point of view. U can follow me on insta: rjni2603 to get in touch for doubts, too.

Rajni Jha
Faculty at Mukherjee nagar

Unacademy user
The lectures are well designed and informative.
mam your teaching skills are awesome ,I really liked your teaching,thanks for presenting this course,if there is a possibility please make a comprehensive course
hello ma'am is this course also available in Hindi? I tried but couldn't find the same so if it is available then please can you provide me the link of that course. thank you
Rajni, Can I take this as an alternative to NCERT books? Would following this course is enough to cover the History part in CSE? Please advise!
Can we download these videos ma’am?
very very thanks mam.really awesome teaching skill.🙏🙏
Rajni Jha
10 months ago

  2. ABOUT ME: Faculty of GS in Karol Bagh, Delhi College, DU * . . Bsc Chemistry Honours from Ramjas * MA English from JMI e MA sociology MA psychology B.ed from IPU Former faculty member at paramount coaching centre *Teaching experience of five years in various prominent coaching centres

  3. Foundations of Indian culture and civilization PLESTOCENE . HELOCENE 1)PALEOLITHIC AGE: Australopethicos Ramapethicos Sinonthropus. Paleolithic age was divided into 3 sub-stages: Lower- Homonids Middle- Homo erectus Upper- Homo sapiens

  4. Stone tools, stone hand axe Quartzite culture. o Food gathering Paleolithic cultures are found in the river valleys soan valley, belan valley, Narmada, Krishna and Godavari valleys . Imp paleolithic sites: Bhimbetaka caves, Adham garh caves and Borra caves.

  5. Technique used in paleolithic art: Lining, morphing. . The theme of paintings is community life, particularly, hunting, food gathering, group dancing. Colour composition: natural colour.

  6. MESOLITHIC AGE: . Microliths . Bow and arrow in hunting . Covering human body with animal skins . The open burial system.

  7. Neolithic age . Cultivation process started. . Wheel made pottery. o Wheel was used for transportation and bullock carts appeared for the first time. .Domestication of animals started. Settled village life began.

  8. NEOLITHIC SITES: . Mehrgarh . Burzhom o Gofkral Kodiwaha . Chirand . Salbalgiri and pandurajar thabi . In South India, maximum number of neolithic sites are concentrated in Karnataka such as piklihal, T.Narsipur, Takkalikota, Bagalkot, Koppagi, Maski.