1 Indus Valley Civilization its salient features.
2 Vedic Age - Social and religious life.
3 Buddhism and Jainism Teachings, Causes of rise and fall of Buddhism.
4 Mauryas and Guptas.
5 Bhakti and Suffi system.
6 Mughal Period - (1526-1707) Administrative features and cultural
7 Legacy of Shivaji.
8 Freedom Movements -
a Background of 1857.
b Birth of Congress.
c Role of Gandhi.
d Partition of India.
9 French Revolution, American War of Independence & Russian Revolution.
10 League of Nations and the U.N.
11 Indias role in World Peace.
GEOGRAPHY : -
1 Motions of the earth and their effects, Latitudes Longitudes.
2 Interior of the Earth. Origin of Continents and Oceans, Sudden movements.
3 Atmosphere Composition, Insolation, Pressure belts, winds..
4 Ocean Currents and Tides.
5 India Physical features, Climate, Soil, Natural vegitation, Drainage, Agriculture, Industries and Population.
6 Rajasthan Physical features, Climate, Soil, Natural vegitation, Drainage,
Agriculture, Minerals, Industries and Population. ECONOMICS : -
1 Concepts of National Income.
2 Basic concepts of Demand & Supply and Consumer Equilibrium.
3 Definition of money, its functions. Functions of Commercial Banks and Central
4 Indias Foreign Trade Direction and Trends. Concept of Globalization, Privatization and Liberalization.
5 Economic Planning in India. Poverty and Unemployment in India.
POLITICAL SCIENCE : -
1 Political Science and Political Theory Traditional and Modern Perspective, Power,
2 Indian Constitution Salient features, Fedearlism, Fundamental Rights, Duties,
Directive Principles, Amendment procedure, Union and State Government
Legislature, Judiciary, Executive.
3 Local Self Government, Indias relations with neighbouring States.
4 Challenges to Indian democracy, Indian Foreign Policy.
5 Recent Trends Globalization, Empowerment of deprived groups and class.
1 Meaning, Nature and Perspective of Sociology.
2 Basic Concepts Society, Social Group, Status & Role, Social change.
3 Caste and Class Meaning, Features, Change in Caste and Class.
4 Current Social Problems Casteism, Communalism, Poverty, Corruption, AIDS.
5 Concept of Varna, Ashram, Dharma, Purusharth, Marriage and Family.
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION : -
1 Meaning, Scope, Nature and evolution of Public Administration as a discipline.
2 Theories of organization.
3 Administrative behaviour Decision making, Moral, Motivation.
4 Issues in Indian Administration Relationship, between Political and Permanent Executive,
Gernalists and Specialists, Peoples participation in Administration.
5 Redressal of Citizens grievances Lokpal, Lokayukts.
PHILOSOPHY : -
1 Vedic and Upnisadic Philosophy Basic concepts.
2 Socratic Method, Cartisian Method.
3 Greek Ethics, Hedonism, Utilitarianism, Kantian ethics, Freedom of Will,
Theories of Punishment.
4 Varnashram Dharma, Purushartha, Nishkam Karma of Geeta, Ethics of Jainism,
Buddhism and Gandhian ethics.