Modern India Poonam Dalal Dahiya
The syllabus of the General Studies for the UPSC and State Service examinations is pretty exhaustive in nature and modern Indian history has emerged as one of the important components of this syllabus To many of the aspirants, modern Indian history is a boring factual subject which has to be crammed and is not fun to learn. It is indeed difficult for any new aspirant to cover it comprehensively and, that too, in a short span of time. In fact, the very purpose of writing this book was to break this myth about learning about history and making it a joyful process.
This book offers a completely new approach to study towards modern Indian history. It attempts to make the learning not only simple and interesting but also quick. The book is structured in sync with each and every topic in the syllabus, presenting the information in an interesting format which will make the aspirants comfortable.
Special Features of the Book 1. Comprehensive coverage of the entire syllabus pertaining to Modern Indian History of UPSC.
State Services and other competitive exams. 2. Inclusion of two comprehensive detachable quick revision charts pertaining to the topics taught in
the book to simplify the learning process.
3. In every chapter, the keywords have been highlighted so that it becomes easy for the reader to make
a quick reference to important points.
4. Ample use of tables, information boxes, maps, pictures in the chapters to provide conceptual clar ity about historic events. 5. Previous years’ questions are provided for each chapter so that students can practise, assess and
master the particular topic. 6. Use of a simple and lucid language to cater to the needs of all the students.
I sincerely hope all the readers of the book will appreciate and benefit from its contents and find it useful for their preparation. Any for further improving the content of the book will be most welcome and eagerly awaited. Your valuable suggestions will go a long way in enhancing the quality of this book in future.
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