[Freedom Struggle] British India: Education, Vernacular Press, Indian Civil services & Land Revenue system

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IAS Mock Interviews
  1. Prologue
  2. HFS3/P1: British India: Education and Sociocultural Policy
  3. HFS3/P2: British India: Vernacular Press & Freedom of Speech
  4. HFS3/P3: British India: Rise of Civil services
  5. HFS3/P4: British India: Land Revenue System-Zamindari
  6. HFS3/P5: British India: Land Revenue system-Ryotiwari

Prologue

  • So far in his history-freedom struggle lecture series, Mr.Pratik Nayak covered the entry and establishment of the British in India.
  • Now the topic progresses further to how the British established their colonial rule over India through various treaties and acts.
  • Powerpoints available @Mrunal.org/download

HFS3/P1: British India: Education and Sociocultural Policy

HFSP1-British-Education

  • Occidental and Orientalist approach- their faces, development and consequences in India
  • implications of the social cultural policies of Lord Wellesley, Lord William Bentinck, Lord Ellenborough, Lord Hardinge, Lord Dalhousie
  • introduction of modern education in British India by British government, Christian missionaries and enlightened Indians
  • Role of Macaulay, Raja Ram Mohan Roya and James Princep in spreading modern education in British India
  • Charles Wood’s Dispatch: the Magna Carta of Education
  • Hunter commission and Indian universities
  • Hurtog Committee, Sergeant Plan
  • Wardha scheme, Radhakrishnan Mission

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/klzAHwqbqN8

HFS3/P2: British India: Vernacular Press & Freedom of Speech

HFSP2-British-Press

  • phases of development of press in India
  • development of British policy on Press- various acts for regulation and censorship
  • Lord Lytton and Vernacular Press act 1878 and its abolition by Lord Rippon
  • Indian press acts of 1910 and 1931
  • previous questions from this topic in UPSC civil services examination

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/JpZK92ihJk0

HFS3/P3: British India: Rise of Indian Civil services

Indian Civil serviecs in British India

  • From Covenanted Civil services to Indian civil services (ICS)
  • provisions related to civil services in Charter act of 1833 and 1853
  • syllabus, Exam pattern, Age and attempt limit under Indian civil services act 1861
  • the role of Aithichson commission, Islington commission, Lee commission and government of India act 1935 for development and reforms in civil services
  • previous questions from this topic in UPSC civil services examination

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/hpKKucvXAyI

HFS3/P4: British India: Land Revenue System-Zamindari

HFSP4-British-Revenue-Zamindari

  • four phases of development of land revenue policies of the British India
  • phase 1: government system in Bengal and Zamindari system
  • phase 2: Izaredari system under Lord Warren Hastings
  • phase 3: Lord Cornwallis, Zamindars and permanent settlement system- its salient features and consequences

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/jk-Q_7_bvCk

HFS3/P5: British India: Land Revenue system-Ryotiwari

HFSP5-British-Revenue-Ryotwari

  • Phase 4 of British Land revenue policy: Thomas Munro and Ryotwari system – its salient features and consequences
  • Factors that affected the nature of land revenue settlement in India and their implications
  • previous questions from this topic in UPSC civil services examination

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/utees0yjseY

Visit youtube.com/user/TheMrunalPatel for more lectures on various topics of General studies for UPSC civil services IAS/IPS Exam.

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73 Comments on “[Freedom Struggle] British India: Education, Vernacular Press, Indian Civil services & Land Revenue system”

  1. U hv zoo optional ??

  2. Pratik Sir…Kindly upload the missing lectures before “HFS3_P1_British_India__Education_-_Socio-cultural_Policy” whenever you find time. The lectures seem quite important since they cover entire British education system in India.

    Hats-off to your efforts.

  3. thank you sir…

  4. plz upload missing videos after between hfs2/p4 pitts india act 1784 and HFS3/p1… asap

  5. charter act 1833 missing

  6. Mrunal/Pratik nayak sir,

    the following topics are missing from both uploaded video lectures and ppts-
    1.Charter Act-1833,
    2.Charter Act-1853,
    3. Soico-cultural policy from 1813 to 1858 and post 1858.
    please provide link to download these topics or mail me @ [email protected] .

    if any aspirant has videos or ppts of above mentioned topics, please drop me mail @ [email protected] .

    thanks in advance.

  7. Sir, thanks for uploading a very good and quality series on history
    Sir, i m not able to find the missing lectures between hfs2/p4 and hfs3/p1, if u hv already uploaded the same, plz let me know under what titles these lectures have been uploaded and if not, plz upload the same as early as possible.

  8. Plz sir upload missing videos..

  9. Dear Sir, please upload the missing videos of the following topics are missing from both uploaded video lectures and ppts-
    1.Charter Act-1833,
    2.Charter Act-1853,
    3. Soico-cultural policy from 1813 to 1858 and post 1858.

  10. PPT of HFS3/P1:British India: Education & Socio-cultural Policy; Occidential, Orientalist Views is not being downloaded after several attempts , please share it again or share it with me on [email protected]

  11. HELLO SIR….Can i download video lecture from your website because when we try to download from youtube video quality is very poor or we need to download sound file separately….

  12. Please upload lecture for Modern education, Social Policy and it’s impact. It was supposed to be HFS3/P1 but it is not. Please provide video for that.

    Thanks In Advance.

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