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  • Complete Syllabus is covered in video with full explanation . Subject wise folder is arranged in the pendrive
  • It contains more than 300 Hours of videos from experienced and qualified team of faculty.
  • Validity of online and pendrive course is 24 months.
  • With this package, you can prepare for Cgpsc+ Mains and other Vyapam exams.
  • You will get complete videos in pendrive and pendrive will be delivered to your address within 4 days to your address.
  • This pendrive will only run on computer and laptop only.


Numerical Ability

  • Speed Maths
  • Simplifications
  • Approximations
  • Number System
  • LCM & HCF
  • Number Series
  • Equations

Arithmetic Ability

  • Averages
  • Percentages
  • Profit and Loss
  • Simple and Compound Interest
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Alligations and Mixtures
  • Ages
  • Partnership
  • Time and Work, Pipes and Cisterns
  • Time and Distance, Boats and Streams

Data Interpretation and Analysis

  • Data Interpretation
  • Set Theory
  • Caselets
  • Data Sufficiency 

Pure Maths

  • Mensuration
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Probability

General Reasoning

  • Coding and Decoding
  • Ranking
  • Element Series
  • Directions
  • Alphabet

Logical Reasoning

  • Circular Arrangements
  • Linear Arrangements
  • Complex Assignments
  • Puzzles
  • Blood Relations
  • Coded Inequalities
  • Syllogism
  • Machine Input - Output
  • Logical Series
  • Data Sufficiency

Critical Reasoning

  • Critical Reasoning

Non-Verbal Reasoning

  • Figure Series

  • History of India and Indian National Movement
  • Physical, Social & Economic Geography of India
  • Constitution of India &, Polity
  • Indian Economy
  • General Science & Technology
  • Indian Philosophy,  Art, Literature & Culture
  • Current Affairs & Sports
  • Environment

  • History of Chhattisgarh, & Contribution of Chhattisgarh in Freedom Movement 
  • Geography, Climate, Physical status, Census, Archeological and Tourist Centres of Chhattisgarh
  • Literature, Music, Dance, Art and Culture, Idioms and Proverbs, Puzzle/riddle (tuÅyk), Singing (gkuk) of Chhattisgarh
  • Tribes, Special Traditions, Teej and Festivals of Chhattisgarh
  • Economy, Forest and Agriculture of Chhattisgarh
  • Administrative Structure, Local Government and Panchayatiraj of Chhattisgarh
  • Industry in Chhattisgarh, Energy, Water and Mineral Resource of Chhattisgarh 
  • Current Affairs of ChhattisgarhIndian Economy 
  • General Science & Technology 
  • Indian Philosophy, Art, Literature & Culture  
  • Current Affairs & Sports
  • Environment

Section A

  • Sources and approaches to the study of Ancient Indian History. 
  • Early pastorial and agricultural communities with reference to mesolithic and neolithic periods. 
  • Harappan Civilization-origin, the Mature phase, extent, society, economy and culture, major thoughts regarding decline, post-Harappan cultures. 
  • Vedic Civilization-Vedic literature, changes in religion, social system, polity and economy from the Rigvedic to Later Vedic period, Upanishadic thoughts. 
  • Jainism, Buddhism and other sects, second phase of urbanization, political condition of northern India in 6th Century B. C. rise of Magadh empire. 
  • The Mauryan Age-expansion of empire, Ashokan edicts and his Dhamma, socio-economic conditions and cultural development. 
  • Northern and Penisular India during Post-Mauryan period-Indo-Greek, Saka, Parthian, Kushana, Sunga and Satawahana dynasties, society, economy and culture, Sangam culture. 
  • The Vakataka-Gupta Age-important rulers, administrative system, socio-economic conditions, development of literature, Science and art. Post-Gupta period-Chalukaya, Pallava, Vardhan. Pala, Rashtrakuta and chola dynasties, development of feudal system. 
  • Origin of Rajputs, principal Rajput dynasties, social stratification, temple architecture and economy. 

Section B

  • Sources of Medieval Indian History.
  • Arab invasion on sind, invasions of Mahmud Ghazni and Muhammad Ghori on northern India and their effects. 
  • Delhi Sultanate-establishment of Sultanate under Qutubuddin Aibak, Iltutamish and Balban, the Khalji imperialism and administrative system, polices and administrative principles of Muhammad bin Tughlaq and Ferozeshah, Sayyid and Lodi dynasties. 
  • Economy and culture during the Sultanate period-agriculture, trade and commerce, the Bhakti Movement, Sufism, architecture, art and social system.
  • Vijaynagar and Bahamani empires-polity and culture. 
  • Babar, Humayun and Shershah-Victories of Babar, Humayun's failures, second Afghan empire under Shershah, Shershas's administrative and land revenues reforms. 
  • Akbar-establishment of Mughal Empire, concept of monarchy, administrative and land revenue systems, religious and Rajput policies. 
  • Age of Jahangir and Shahjahan. Arungazeb-climax of Mughal Empire, religious policy, Deccan policy, major revolts and disintegration of empire. 
  • Rise of the Marathas-Shivaji, expansion of kingdom, administration and land revenue system. Mughal administration, Social, economic and cultural conditions during mughal period. 
  • Decline of Mughal empire-Later Mughals, rise of Maratha power under the Peshwas, Provincial kingdoms with special reference to Bengal, Awadh and the Nizam.

Section C

  • Establishment of British rule in India-Anglo French struggle, British relations with Mysore and the Marathas.
  • Expansion of British empire from 1798 to 1856-policies of Lord Wellesley, Lord Hastings, Lord William Bentinck and Lord Dalhousie, consolidation of empire. 
  • The Upheaval of 1857-causes, nature and effects. 
  • India under British crown-Queen Victoria's proclamation, administrative and fiscal decentralization, Ripon's Liboralism and curzon's imperialism. 
  • Social and Religious Movements-the Brahmo Samaj, the Parathana Samaj, the Arya Samaj, Aligarh Movement, Ramakrishna Mission and the Theosophical Society. 
  • Colonial Economy-Taxation, Drain of wealth, land revenue settlements, decay of handicraft industries, transport and communications, development of modern industries, commercialization of agriculture and rural indebtedness. 
  • Rise and Development of Indian Nationalism-establishment of Indian National Congress, Moderates and extremists in the Congress, the Swadeshi Movement, revolutionary movements and Home Rule Movement. 
  • Freedom Struggle-Non-Co-operation movement, Civil Disobedience movement, Individual satyagraha, Quit India movement and Indian National Army. 
  • Towards Independence-the Simla Pact, the Interim Govt. the Mountabatten Plan, Partition of India and transfer of power, integration of Indian States. 
  • Constitutional Development of India. 
  • Act of 1858, 1861, 1892, 1909, 1919 and 1935, formation of Indian constitution and salient features of the constitution.

  • Physical features-Location & extent, Physical Conditions, Physical Divisions and Drainage System, Climate and Weather conditions, soiltypes, characteristics & distribution. 
  • Natural Vegetation and their importance, flora-fauna. Human Features-Population-Growth, Density and Distribution, Rural and Urban population, composition of population, major tribes and towns. 
  • Economic features-Agriculture-major crops, cropping pattern, means of irrigation and importance, modernization of agriculture, agricultural problems and planning. 
  • Minerals, Power resources, Thermal Power Projects. Industry-Agro based, Forest and minerals based industry, Major Industrial Zone. 
  • Transport and Tourism 

  • Characteristics of under devloped economy, human and natural resources, primary, secondary and tertiary sectors in India, mixed economy in India.
  • Agricultural development-Agricultural Policy.
  • Land reforms Green Revolution and its aftermath.
  • Industrial development-Industrial Policy, Public. And private sectors, Regional distribution of Industreis in India.
  • Pricing policies for agricultural and industrial outputs.
  • Fiscal and momentary policy in India-Objectives, recent budgetary trends, bank nationalisation in India.
  • Reserve Bank and monetary policy in India.
  • Recent trends in Inida's foreign trade and balance of payments.
  • Indian Planning-Objectives and strategies, planned growth and distributive justiceeradication of poverty, problems of Indian planning.

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