Modern Indian History

  1. Modern India
  2. European Activity in India between 15th and 18th’Centuries
  3. The British in India (First Phase 1600-1740 A.D.)
  4. The French Presence in India
  5. Factors in European Military Superiority in India
  6. Battle of Plassey and Rise of British Power
  7. The Extension of British Power to Imperial Proportions, 1760-1856
  8. ‘Warren Hastings
  9. Pitt’s India Act 1784
  10. British Relations with the Marathas and Mysore
  11. The Mysore Wars
  12. The Government of Lord Wellesley
  13. The Government of Lord Minto
  14. The Government of Lord Hastings
  15. Organisation and Policy in British India
  16. The Permanent Settlement of Land
  17. Administrative Changes in the First Half of the’19th”Century
  18. Lord William Bentinck
  19. Continued Expansion of the British Empire
  20. Rise of Ranjit Singh and British Takeover of Punjab
  21. Lord Dalhousie
  22. The First Century of British Influence
  23. Cultural Effects of the First Century of’British Rule
  24. Development of Education under British Rule
  25. Subsequent Developments in the Field of Education
  26. Features of Economic Exploitation of’India under British Rule
  27. Commercialisation of Agriculture
  28. Social and Religious Reforms’and the Main Reformers
  29. Debendranath Tagore, Keshub Chandra Sen and Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar
  30. Important Reform Figures
  31. Important Reform Figures 2.0
  32. Emergence of Caste Associations
  33. Peasant and Tribal Resistance’In British India
  34. Revolt of 1857
  35. Post Revolt Measures
  36. Economic Policy and Development in the 1860s
  37. Government Organisation
  38. Foreign Policy of the British In India
  39. Growth of Legislature In India
  40. Indian National Movement
  41. Company’s Regime: Impact on India 2.0
  42. Rule of the British Government
  43. Economic impact of the Crown’s regime
  44. Birth and Growth of Indian’Nationalism
  45. British policy of Racial Discrimination
  46. Pre-Congress Organisations
  47. Reforms and Revolts
  48. Tribal Movements in India before’Independence
  49. Birth of the Indian National’Congress
  50. Sessions of the Indian National Congress
  51. Indian National Congress
  52. Allan Octavian Hume, Dadabhai Naoroji and Gopal Krishana Gokhale
  53. The Extremists (1906-1919)
  54. Neo-nationalist : B.G. Tilak, Lajpat Rai, Sri Aurobindo
  55. Leadership of Bal-Lal-Pal
  56. Extremist-nationalists or the Neo-Nationalists
  57. Reunion and Alliance’Extremists, Lucknow Pact
  58. The World War I and’Revolutionary Activities Abroad
  59. Home Rule Movement
  60. Indian National Movement
  61. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and M. A. Jinnah
  62. Montagu Declaration and The Government of India Act, 1919
  63. Towards the Non- Co-operation Movement
  64. Mahatma Gandhi and Non-cooperation Movement
  65. Gandhi’s Address as Congress President’-1924 Belgaum Session
  66. Between Non-cooperation’and Civil Disobedience
  67. Recommendations of the Simon Commission
  68. Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964)
  69. Civil Disobedience Movement
  70. Second Round Table Conference: 1931
  71. The Third Round Table Conference’and The White Paper
  72. Beginning of the World War II (1939)
  73. Nationalist’Politics (Inside India)
  74. Women’s involvement in National Struggle
  75. National Movement : 1940-1947
  76. Cripps Proposals, 1942
  77. Quit India Movement
  78. British-Indian Treaty
  79. Cabinet Mission Plan, Mountbatten Plan
  80. British-Indian Treaty
  81. Some conclusions by All-India Congress Committee