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Block-1 : Environment and Early Patterns of Adaptation [4] Origins of Agriculture and Domestication of Animals Hunter-Gatherers : Archaeological Perspective

ve Regions in Indian History : Formation and Characteristics India : Physical Features Block-2 : Harappan Civilization [5] Diffusion and Decline Society and Religion Nature of Contacts Material Characteristics Antecedents, Chronology and Geographical Spread Block-3 :Evolution of early Indian Society [4] Changes in The Later Vedic Phase The Early Vedic Society Chalcolithic and Early Iron Age-II Chalcolithic and Early Iron Age-I Block-4 :India : 6th to4th Century B.C. [4] Buddhism, Jainism and Other Religious Ideas Society and Economy Rise of Urban Centres Janapadas and the Mahajanapadas Block-5 :Polity, Society and Economy : 320 B.C. to 200 B.C. [5] Disintegration of the Empire

Asoka's Policy of Dhamma Magadhan Territorial Expansion Administrative Organisation and Relationship with Other Powers Economy of the Mauryan Empire Block-6 :India : Century 200 B.C to 300 A.D. [4] Art and Architecture Development in Religion Expansion in Network of Trade and Urbanisation Northern-Western and Northern India Block-7 :State and Society in South India : 200 B.C To 300 A.D [5] Growth of Tamil Language and Literature Expansion of Trade and Urban Centres Agrarian Settlements and Agrarian Society in Peninsular India Early State Formation in South India (Tamilaham) Early State Formation in Deccan Block-8 :India : Polity :B.C 300 to 800 A.D. [4] Kingdoms in the Deccan and the South Post-Gupta Kingdoms in North India Economy, Society and Polity : Guptas Rise and Growth of Guptas Block-9 : Transition to early Medieval India [4] Developments in Religion Structure of Polity

Changes in Society Changes in Economy EHI-01 Modern India 1857-1964 [41]

Block-1: Imperialism, Colonialism and Nationalism [6] Consolidation of the Raj: Frontier and Foreign Policy Colonialism: The New Administrative System- Pre and Post 1857 The Revolt of 1857 The Rise of National Consciousness Imperialism: Its Effects Imperialism and Colonialism: A Theoretical Perspective Block-2: Emergence of Organised Nationalism [5] Patition of Bengal and the Swadeshi Movement Indian National Congress: Moderates and Extremists Indian National Congress: Formation Social Reforms in 19th Century India Popular Uprisings: Second Half of the 19th Century Block-3: Radical Trends, Nationalism and Mahatma Gandhi [5] Mahatma Gandhi: Emergence in Indian Politics and his Ideology Revolutionary Trends, Ghadar Party and Home Rule League The Russian Revolution: Causes, Course and Significance The First World War: Causes and Consequences Marxist and Socialist Thought

Block-4: Nationalism: Inter-War Years-I [6] Growth of Communalism up to the Second World War The Swarajists and Constructive Work: 1922-29 The Non- Brahmin Movement in Western in Western and Southern India The Akali Movement Non- Cooperation and Khilafat Movement: 1919- 1922 Constitutional Reforms: 1892-1920 Block-5: Nationalism: Inter-War Year-II [6] Growth of Left: Communist Party of India and Congress Socialist Party Growth of Trade Union and Peasant Movement: 1920s - 1930s Civil Disobedience Movement 1930 -1934 Indian National Congress - Socialist Ideas:Role of Nehru and Bose Revolutionary and Terrorist Movement: Bhagat Singh and Chittagong Armoury Raid Freedom Movement and Nationalist Literature Block-6: Nationalism: Inter- War Year-III [5] World War-II: Causes, Course and Consequences Popular Struggles in the Princely States The Growth of Indian Capitalism, the Capitalist Class and the Freedom Struggle Elections of 1937 and Congress Ministries Constitutional Reforms 1921-1935

Block-7: Towards a Sovereign State [4] Establishment of a Democratic Polity Communalism and the Partition of British India Towards Independence, 1945-47 Indian Nationalism During World War-II: Quit India Movement and INA Block-8: Independent India: Towards Development 1947-1964 [4] The Theory and Practice of Secularism in India 1947-1964 Foreign Policy of India Planning and Land Reforms in India Planning and Industrialization in India EHI-02 India: Earliest Times to the 8th Century A.D. [39]

Block-1 : Environment and Early Patterns of Adaptation [4] Origins of Agriculture and Domestication of Animals Hunter-Gatherers : Archaeological Perspective Regions in Indian History : Formation and Characteristics India : Physical Features Block-2 : Harappan Civilization [5] Diffusion and Decline Society and Religion Nature of Contacts

Material Characteristics Antecedents, Chronology and Geographical Spread Block-3 :Evolution of early Indian Society [4] Changes in The Later Vedic Phase The Early Vedic Society Chalcolithic and Early Iron Age-II Chalcolithic and Early Iron Age-I Block-4 :India : 6th to4th Century B.C. [4] Buddhism, Jainism and Other Religious Ideas Society and Economy Rise of Urban Centres Janapadas and the Mahajanapadas Block-5 :Polity, Society and Economy : 320 B.C. to 200 B.C. [5] Disintegration of the Empire Asoka's Policy of Dhamma Magadhan Territorial Expansion Administrative Organisation and Relationship with Other Powers Economy of the Mauryan Empire Block-6 :India : Century 200 B.C to 300 A.D. [4] Art and Architecture Development in Religion Expansion in Network of Trade and Urbanisation Northern-Western and Northern India

Block-7 :State and Society in South India : 200 B.C To 300 A.D [5] Growth of Tamil Language and Literature Expansion of Trade and Urban Centres Agrarian Settlements and Agrarian Society in Peninsular India Early State Formation in South India (Tamilaham) Early State Formation in Deccan Block-8 :India : Polity :B.C 300 to 800 A.D. [4] Kingdoms in the Deccan and the South Post-Gupta Kingdoms in North India Economy, Society and Polity : Guptas Rise and Growth of Guptas Block-9 : Transition to early Medieval India [4] Developments in Religion Structure of Polity Changes in Society Changes in Economy EHI-03 History India From 8th to 15th Century [34]

Block-1 : Early Medieval Economy : 8th to 13th Century [4] Trading Communities and Organisations Trade and Commerce Urban Settlements Agrarian Economy

Block-2 : Society and Culture : 8th to 13th Century [3] Development of Regional Cultural Traditions Ideology Social Organisation Block-3 : Indian Polity in its Regional Variation: 8th to 13th Century[5] South India The Deccan Western and Central India Northern and Eastern India Nature of Regional Politics Block-4 : Establishment of Delhi Sultanate [3] Territorial Expansion Establishment and Consolidation Rise of Turks and Mongols in Central Asia Block-5 : Indian Polity : The Sultanate [3] Problem, Crisis and Decline Formation of the Sultanate Ruling Class Administration of the Sultanate Block-6 : Economy of Delhi Sultanate [4] Technology and Crafts Rise of Urban Economy Trade and Commerce Agrarian Structure State and Economy

Block-7 : The Regional Powers: 13th to 15th Century. [6] The Bahmanis The Vijaynagar Empire Regional Powers in South India and Deccan State, Administration and Economy in North India Northern and Western India Central and Eastern India Block-8 : Society And Culture : 13th to15th Century [6] Lifestyle and Popular Cultures Language and Literature Art and Architecture of Regional States Art and Architecture of Delhi Sultanate Socio-Religious Movement: Sufi Movement Socio-Religious Movement: Bhakti Movement EHI-04 : India From 6th to Mid 18th Century [37]

Block-1 : India in the 16th Century [4] The Trading World of Asia and the Coming of the Portuguese Polity and Economy in Deccan and South India Polity and Economy in North India Political Formations in Central and West Asia Block-2 : Mughal Empire : Polity [3]

Relations with Central Asia and Persia Expansion and Consolidation: 1556-1707 Growth of Mughal Empire: 1526-1556 Block-3 : Regional Powers and the Mughals [4] The Deccan States and the Mughals Rise of the Marathas in the 17th Century Rajput States Ahmednagar, Bijapur and Golkonda Block-4 : Political Ideas and Institutions [4] Mughal Administration: Mansab and Jagir Mughal Administration: Central, Provincial and Local Mughal Ruling Class Mughal Theory of Sovereignty Block-5 : State and Economy [5] Mughal Land Revenue System Agrarian Relations: Mughal India Land Revenue System: Maratha, Deccan and South India Agrarian Relations: Deccan and South India Fiscal and Monetary System, Prices Block-6 : Production and Trade [5] The European Trading Companies Personnel of Trade and Commercial Practices Inland and Foreign Trade

Non-Agricultural Production Agricultural Production Block-7 : Society and Culture I [5] Population in Mughal India Rural Classes and Life-style Urbanisation, Urban Classes and Life-style Religious Ideas and Movements State and Religion Block-8 : Society and Culture II [4] Painting and Fine Arts Architecture Science and Technology Indian Languages and Literature Block-9 : India at the Mid 18th Century [3] Potentialities of Economic Growth: An Overview Rise of Regional Powers Decline of the Mughal Empire EHI-05 India from Mid-18th to Mid-19th Century [31]

Block-1 Rise of Regional Powers [5] The Punjab Mysore and Hyderabad The Maratha State System

Bengal and Awadh Indian Polity in the mid-18th Century Block-2 Capitalism and Imperialism [2] European Colonial Powers Mercantile to Industrial Capitalism in Europe Block-3 British Conquest and Consolidation [6] Imperial Ideology: Orientalist Construction of India and the Utilitarians British Expansion Beyond Indian Frontiers British Expansion- North India Anglo-Maratha and Mysore Wars Conflict and Expansion- South India The British in Eastern India up to Buxar Block-4 Colonial Economy [5] Economic Impact of Colonial Rule De-Industrialisation in India The Commercialisation of Agriculture The New Land Revenue Settlements Mercantile Policies and Indian Trade Block-5 Cultural Contours [4] The Indian Mind and Western Knowledge : Growth of Critical Consciousness The Spread of English Education

Literature in the Indian Languages The Languages of Modern India Block-6 Impact of British Rule : Polity and Society [3] Social Policy and Indian Response Administration and Law Constitutional Development (1757-1858) Block-7 Social and Cultural Change [3] Social Discrimination and Disprivileged Groups Reform Movement - II Reform Movement - I Block-8 Popular Revolts and Uprisings [3] Revolt of 1857 - Course and Aftermath Revolt of 1857 - Cause and Nature Peasant and Tribal Uprisings

EHI-06 : History of China and Japan (1840-1949) [35]

Block-1 : Society, Economy and Polity [5] Traditional Economy : China and Japan Religion and Culture : China and Japan Society and Polity : Japan Society and Polity : China Land and People (East Asia)

Block-2 : Western Imperialism [3] Japan and the West (Up to the Meiji Restoration) The Unequal Treaty System in China The Opium Wars in China Block-3 : Japan : Transition to Modernization [4] Modernization in Japan-3 Modernization in Japan-2 Modernization in Japan-1 Decline of Feudalism and the Meiji Restoration Block-4 : Rebellions, Reforms and Revolution [5] The Chinese Revolution of 1911 Political Reforms in Japan Self Strengthening Movement and Hundred Days Reforms Boxer Rebellion Taiping Uprising Block-5 : Foreign Relations [4] China and World War -1 Japan and World War -1 Meiji Japan - II Meiji Japan -1 Block-6 : Post World War-I- Japan [5] Japan After World War-II Japanese Imperialism upto Second World War

Post World War-I Economy Rise of Militarism Rise of Political Parties Block-7 : Post-Revolutionary China, 1911-21 [4] Rise of Nationalism Foreign Investment and Rise of the New Class Cultural Movement Post-Revolutionary Developments, 1911-19 Block-8 : Communist Movement in china 1921-49 [5] The Chinese Revolution CPC and the War with Japan Kiangsi Soviet Experience United Front Formation of the Communist Party of China (CPC) EHI-07 : Modern Europe (Mid 18th to Mid 20th Centuries) [32]

Block-1 : The Origins of Modern Politics-1 [3] The American Revolution Political Transition in Britain: 1780-1850 The Modern State and Politics Block-2 : The Origins of Modern Politics-2 [4] New Political Systems

European Political Mobilizations Birth of the Modern French State Radical Action by the Masses Block-3 : Industrial Revolution in Europe [4] Industrial Capitalism in Russia Industrial Capitalism in France and Germany Industrial Capitalism in England Industrial Capitalism Block-4 : Modern Industrial Society [4] Transition to Class Society The Social Classes in Europe Family Demography Block-5 : The Nation- State System [5] Empires and Nation-States 2:The Russian Empire'and Soviet Union 66 Empires and Nation-States -1:Ottoman and Habsburg Empires Formation of Nation-States 2 : Germany and Italy Formation of Nation-States 1 : British and French Nationalism and the Nation-State Block-6 : Colonialism and Imperialism [4] Imperialist Rivalries

Patterns of Colonial Domination-2 : Indirect Rule Patterns of Colonial Domination-1 : Direct Rule Colonialism Block-7 : The Crisis of the 20th Century [5] The Socialist World II The Socialist World I Counter Revolution II: National Socialism in Germany Counter Revolution I : Fascism to Conservative Dictatorship Liberal Democracy Block-8 : The World At War [3] Glimpse of the Post-War World Nature of the Wars The Two World Wars