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Chapter 1. The First War of Independence, 1857. (Part-A)
Causes of the first War of Independence, Political Causes, Socio – Religious Causes, Economic Causes (India’s Exploitation), Military Causes.
Chapter 1. The First War of Independence, 1857. (Part-B)
Exploitation of Economic Resources, Drain of wealth, Decay of Cottage Industries and Handicrafts, Economic decline of peasantry & Impoverishment of the Cultivators, Growing Unemployment, Inhuman Treatment of Indigo cultivators, Poverty and Famines, Decline of Landed Aristrocracy, Ill-treatment of Indian Soldiers, Bleak/Poor prospects of Promotion, Deprivation of Allowances, General Service Enlistment Act, Larger Proportion of Indians in the British Army, Faulty Distribution of Troops, Poor performance of British Troops, Lower Salaries, Introduction of The Enfield Rifle.
Chapter 1. The First War of Independence, 1857. (Part-C)
The events of the war/beginning of the uprising, Events at Meerut, Events at Delhi, Events at Lucknow, Events at Kanpur, Events in Central India (Jhansi and Gwalior), Results and Consequences of The First War Of Independence, Drawbacks of the First War Of Independence, Nature of The War, A War Of Independence, A Sepoy Mutiny.
Miteecharts. 1st War of Independence, 1857.
Chapter 2. Growth of Nationalism.
Factors leading to the growth of Nationalism, Socio-religions reform movements 〈Brief mention of contribution of Raja Rammohan Roy and Jyotiba Phule〉 and role of the Press, Foundation of the Indian National Congress, The Indian National Association, The East Indian Association.
Chapter 3. First Phase of the Indian National Movement (1885-1907) (Part-A)
The Early Nationalist Phase-1885 -1905, The Assertive Phase-1905-1919, The Gandhian Era-1919-1939, Key Characteristics / Features of the early Nationalists, Beliefs of The Early Nationalists, Objectives & Demands of the Early Nationalists, Methods of the Early Nationalists / Their Methods of Struggle, Achievements of the Early Nationalists, Failures of the Early Nationalists.
Chapter 3. First Phase of the Indian National Movement (1885-1907) (Part-B).
Prominent Early Nationalist Leaders, Dadabhai Naoroji, Surendranath Banerjee, Gopal Krishna Gokhale.
Miteecharts 1st Phase of Indian National Movement
Chapter 4. 2nd Phase of Indian National Movement (1905-1916). (Part-A)
Partition of Bengal and Other Development, Scheme of Partition / The Partition of Bengal, Causes of Partition, The Anti-Partition Movement, People’s Reaction on October-16, Impact of the Anti-Partition Movement, The Assertive Nationalists, Causes for the Rise of Assertive Nationalism, Main Objective of Assertive Nationalists,Basic Beliefs of the Assertive Nationalist.
Chapter 4. 2nd Phase of Indian National Movement (1905-1916). (Part-B).
Methods and Programme Assertive Nationalist /Struggle of Assertive Nationalist, The Repressive Measures of the Government, Achievements of Assertive Nationalists, Comparision between Early Nationalist & Assertive Nationalist, Outstanding Leaders of Assertive Nationalism Leaders of Assertive Nationalism, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal, Lala Lajpat Rai.
Miteecharts 2nd Phase of Indian National Movement (1905 – 1916).
Chapter 5. The Muslim League.
Formation of the Muslim League, Aims and Objectives of the LEAGUE.