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APSC MAINS TEST SERIES DETAILS

TEST SYLLABUS & SCHEDULE

COMPREHENSIVE ENGLISH TEST WILL BE HELD ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:

Test 1: 08/07/2017
Test 2: 29/07/2017
Test 3: 19/08/2017
Test 4: 09/09/2017
Test 5: 30/07/2017
Test 6: 07/10/2017
Test 7: 14/10/2017

Test1 (09/07/2017): Indian Polity, Political System in India, Current Events of National and International Importance of October-November 2016.

Test2 (16/07/2017): Indian Economy, Planning Process in India, Current Events of National and International Importance of December-2017.

Test3 (23/07/2017): Geography of India and Assam, Current Events of National and International Importance of January 2017.

Test4 (30/07/2017): Role and Impact of Science and Technology in India, Current Events of National and International Importance of February 2017

Test5 (06/08/2017): Indian Culture, Ancient and Modern History of India, Current Events of National and International Importance of March 2017

Test6 (13/08/2017): Indian Polity, Political System in India, Current Events of National and International Importance of April 2017.

Test7 (20/08/2017): Indian Economy, Planning Process in India, Current Events of National and International Importance of May 2017.

Test8 (27/08/2017): Geography of India and Assam, Current Events of National and International Importance of June 2017.

Test9 (03/09/2017): Role and Impact of Science and Technology in India, Current Events of National and International Importance of  July 2017.

Test10 (10/09/2017): Indian Culture, Ancient and Modern History of India, Current Events of National and International Importance of August 2017.

Test11 (17/09/2017): Comprehensive G.S Test.

Test12 (24/09/2017): Comprehensive G.S Test.

Test13 (01/10/2017): Comprehensive G.S Test.

Test14 (08/10/2017): Comprehensive G.S Test.

Test15 (15/10/2017): Comprehensive G.S Test.

Test1 (09/07/2017):

PAPER – I

UNIT – I

(a) Nature and Scope of Political Science, Its relationship with other social science. Approaches to the study of Political Science.

(b) Origin of the State – Functions of the State, Laissez Faire and Socialistic Theories, Concept of the welfare state.

(c) Forms of Government – Democracy, Dictatorship, Presidential and Parliamentary Forms – Unitary and Federal Forms.

Test2 (16/07/2017):

PAPER – 1

UNIT – I

(d) Organs of Government – Legislature, Executive and Judiciary – Separation of powers.

(e) Sovereignty – Monistic and pluralistic, Analysis of Sovereignty.

(f) Justice – Liberty – Equality, Power Authority Law.

Test3 (23/07/2017):

PAPER – 1

UNIT – II

Political Philosophy of Plato,Aristotle, Rousseau, John Rawls

Test4 (30/07/2017):

PAPER – 1

UNIT – II

Political Philosophy of Marx, Gandhi, Lincoln, Laski

Test5 (06/08/2017):

PAPER – II

UNIT – I

(a) Constitution of India : Framing of the constitution of India — Fundamental Rights

and Duties- Directive Principles of the State Policy, Citizenship. (b)Union Government, Legislature, Executive, Judicial.

(c) State Government, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary.

(d) Centre-State Relations.

(e) Value of Local Government in a Democracy, Local Self Government in Assam.

(f) Bureaucracy and role of the Civil Service in India.

Test6 (13/08/2017):

PAPER – II

UNIT – II and III

Constitutions of the U.S.A. the U.K.

United Nations – Objective and Principles, Organs Specialised Agencies – ILO, UNESCO, IMF.

Test7 (20/08/2017):

PAPER – I

UNIT – I

(a) Nature and Scope of Political Science, Its relationship with other social science. Approaches to the study of Political Science.

(b) Origin of the State – Functions of the State, Laissez Faire and Socialistic Theories, Concept of welfare state.

(c) Forms of Government – Democracy, Dictatorship, Presidential and Parliamentary Forms – Unitary and Federal Forms.

Test8 (27/08/2017):

PAPER – 1

UNIT – I

(d) Organs of Government – Legislature, Executive and Judiciary – Separation of powers.

(e) Sovereignty – Monistic and pluralistic, Analysis of Sovereignty.

(f) Justice – Liberty – Equality, Power Authority Law.

Test9 (03/09/2017):

PAPER – 1

UNIT – II

Political Philosophy of Plato,  Aristotle, Rousseau, John Rawls

Test10 (10/09/2017):

PAPER – 1

UNIT – II

Political Philosophy of Marx, Gandhi, Lincoln, Laski

Test11 (17/09/2017):

PAPER – II

UNIT – I

(a) Constitution of India: Framing of the Constitution of India — Fundamental Rights

and Duties- Directive Principles of the State Policy, Citizenship. (b)Union Government, Legislature, Executive, Judicial.

(c) State Government, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary.

(d) Centre-State Relations.

(e) The value of Local Government in a Democracy, Local Self Government in Assam.

(f) Bureaucracy and role of the Civil Service in India

Test12 (24/09/2017):

PAPER – II

UNIT – II and III

Constitutions of the U.S.A. the U.K.

United Nations – Objective and Principles, Organs Specialised Agencies – ILO, UNESCO, IMF.

Test13 (01/10/2017): Comprehensive Test.

Test14 (08/10/2017): Comprehensive Test.

Test15 (15/10/2017): Comprehensive Test.

Test1 (08/07/2017):

HISTORY PAPER ­I

Part I: Indian History :

(i) Indus Valley Civilisation — relation with Rigvedic and West Asian civilisations.

(ii) Political and Social changes of the Rigvedic Aryans in the later vedic period, vedic culture.

(iii) Effects of Alexanders invitation of India.

(iv) Ashoka as a ruler and missionary his place in history.

(v) The decline of the Mauryas and Ashoka’s responsibility for it. The administrative system of the Mauryas.

(vi) Sungas, Kanvas, Pallavas and Satavahans

 

Test2 (15/07/2017):

HISTORY PAPER ­I

Part I: Indian History:

(vii) The greatness of the Gupta— Guptas Golden Age, India Cultural contact with south­east Asia and neighboring countries.

(viii)Harshavardhana’s relation with King Bhaskarvarman of Kamrupa and Shasanka of Gauda ­Huentsang.

(ix) Origin of the Rajput s– their different dynasties such as pratiharas, paramaras, Chouhan’s etc.

(x) The Chalukyas and the Rastrakutas of the Deccan.

(xi) The Arab invasion of Sind.

(xii) The foundation of Muslim rule in India.

Test3 (22/07/2017):

HISTORY PAPER ­I

Part I: Indian History:

(xiii) The Khilji imperialism under Alauddin

(xiv) The Tughluqs and disintegration of the Delhi Sultanate.

(xv) The influence of Islam on India’s culture, the Bhakti movement ­ Ramananda, Kabir, Chaitanya, Sankardev and Nanak.

(xvi) Mughal Afghan contest (1526­1556) Sher Shah.

(xvii) Akbar as a national monarch– religious policy, civil and military administration.

(xviii) Aurangzeb­ character and policy, his responsibility for the downfall of the Mughal Empire.

Test4 (29/07/2017):

HISTORY PAPER ­I

Part I: Indian History:

(xix) Shivaji — character, and achievements.

(xx) Mughal administration­ central and provincial state of art, architecture, and literature in Mughal India Decline of the Mughal Empire.

(xxi) Effect of the Battle of Plassey— the advent of the British Clive in Bengal.

(xxii) Warren Hastings — the real founder of the British Empire in India ­ achievements ­ impeachment.

(xxiii) Lord Cornwallis ­ Permanent settlement.

(xxiv) Wellesley to Lord Hastings Anglo­Mysore, Anglo­Maratha, and Anglo­Gurkha conflict.

Test5 (05/08/2017):

HISTORY PAPER ­I

Part I: Indian History:

(xxv) Rise and fall of the Sikhs.

(xxvi) Bentinck to Dalhousie expansion and consolidation of Company’s rule in India.

(xxvii) Revolt of 1857 ­ character and consequences.

(xxviii) India under the British Crown ­ Canning to Mountbatten.

(xxix) British relation with the North­ East and North ­West Frontier.

(xxx) The impact of Western Education and Ideas — new awakening.

Test6 (12/08/2017):

HISTORY PAPER ­I

Part I: Indian History:

(xxxi) Birth of Indian National Congress ­ Indian National Struggle for self ­government, the partition of Bengal— Swadeshi movement.

(xxxii) Non­Cooperation Movement.

(xxxiii) Constitutional Movements from 1909­1935.

(xxxiv) India and World War II.

(xxxv) The last phase of India’s freedom movement (1937­1947), Quit India Movement, I.N.A. Cabinet Mission, Mountbatten plan leading

Test7 (19/08/2017):

HISTORY PAPER -II

Unit II: History of Great Britain 1485-1945:

(i) The importance of the Tudor periods, Henry VII’s reign a period of remedy and seed time Henry VIII – character and religious policy reformation of the English church. Elizabeth – Character, Home, and foreign policy, glories of the reign of Elizabeth, Elizabeth and the church settlement, Tudor despotism relations of the Tudor monarchs with parliament achievement of the Tudor’s in different fields.

(ii) The Stuart, Divine Right theory of kingship Character of James I, his struggle with Parliament.

Charles I – Character, Religious and foreign policy, Relations with Parliament, arbitrary

rule, Long parliament, Execution.

(iii) The Common Wealth and the protectorate, Oliver Cromwell, character, Home and

foreign policy, Estimate.

(iv) The Restoration under Charles III.

(v) James II – Character and policy, Glorious Revolution, Causes, and consequences.

(vi) William III and Mary, Growth of Cabinet System Foreign policy of William III.

(vii) Queen Anne, War of the Spanish succession.

(viii) George I and II, Importance of their succession War of Austrian Succession, Seven

Years War.

Test8 (26/08/2017):

HISTORY PAPER -II

Unit II: History of Great Britain 1485-1945:

(ix) Walpole and Pitt the Elder.

(x) George III Character and personal rule Wars of American Independence, Effects.

(xi) Pitt the younger – his home and foreign policy, England in the struggle against

Napoleon.

(xii) Industrial Revolution in England.

(xiii) Parliamentary Reforms and Working Class Movement.

(xiv) Queen Victoria’s reign, the Christ Movement, eminent Prime Ministers of Victoria,

Robert ped, Palmerston, Gladstone, and Disraeli.

(xv) England and Ireland.

(xvi) Edward VII to George VI, Anglo-German rivalry, World War I and England, The World

War II and England Participation, Winston Churchill – coming of the Labour Party to power 1945.

Test9 (02/09/2017):

HISTORY PAPER -II

Unit III: Modern Europe (1789-1945):

(i) France on the eve of the Revolution of 1789, Causes of the Revolution.

(ii) Characters of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.

(iii) The summoning of the States General.

(iv) The Constituent Assembly and its works.

(v) The Revolution at war with Europe, Fall of the monarchy.

(vi) The Reign of Terror.

(vii) The rise of Napoleon, Napoleon as conqueror and ruler, manifold reforms – Napoleon’s

downfall.

(viii) Vienna Settlement (1815) – the concert of Europe and Congressional system of Government.

(ix) Metternich and Austria after 1815.

Test10 (09/09/2017):

HISTORY PAPER -II

Unit III: Modern Europe (1789-1945):

(x) The Revolutions of 1830 and 1848 – their effect on France and Europe.

(xi) The Second French Empire under Napoleon III, Fall of the Empire and the third

Republic.

(xii) Russia under Alexandar I and Alexandar II, the Czar Liberator, Emancipation of the serfs.

(xiii) Czar Nicholas, Eastern question, and the Crimean war.

(xiv) The Story of the Unification of Italy and Germany.

(xv) Bismarck – home and foreign policy after 1871.

(xvi) Kaiser William II – well politic and ambitious foreign policy.

(xvii) Age of Armed Peace, Two rival systems of Alliances.

(xviii) World War I – causes and character of the war participation of U.S.A. in the

war.

Test11 (16/09/2017):

HISTORY PAPER -II

Unit – IV: World History 1914-1945:

(i) Results of World War I, Fourteen points of Wilson peace settlement of Paris, Treaty of Versailles its loopholes

(ii) The League of Nations – its success and failure.

(iii) Russia at the close of World War I, Bolshevik Revolution – effect of the revolution –

Russia and World War II.

(iv) Rise of General Franco in Spain – Spain and World War I. Republic established in

Spain, Civil War – Rise of General Franco in Spain.

(v) Rise of Fascism in Italy under Mussolini – his home and foreign policy, Italy joins

Germany in World War II.

Test12 (23/09/2017):

HISTORY PAPER -II

Unit – IV: World History 1914-1945:

(vi) Rise of Nazism in Germany, Hitler – his home and foreign policy, Germany, and The World

War II.

(vii) Middle East – Treaty of Lausanne with Turkey, Mustapha Kamal, and modernisation of

Turkey.

(viii) China – Sun Yet Sen and Chines Revolution. The rise of National Government in China, Chiang Kai-shek and the Communists, Sino-Japanese conflict, Communist success in China, Japan. Japan after World War-I – Relations with China, Sino-Japanese conflict on the eve of World War-II, Japan joined the side of Germany and Italy, Attack on Pearl Harbour, war with the USA, Defeat of Japan in the World War-II

(ix) The USA, the USA in peace – making after World War-I, the USA and the League of Nations, USA and the reparation, USA, and World War-II

(x) The UNO – its formation – principles and aims – different organists working.

Test13 (30/09/2017): Comprehensive Test.

Test14 (07/10/2017): Comprehensive Test.

Test15 (14/10/2017): Comprehensive Test.

 

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