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1. History of India and The World
2. Indian Polity and Governance
3. Geography of India and The World
4. Economy
5. General Science
6. Organisations
7. General Knowledge

Lord W. Bentick (1833–35): First Governor-General of India. Macaulay’s minutes on education were accepted declaring that English should be the official language of India;
Abolished provincial courts of appeal and circuit set up by Cornwallis, appointment of
Commissioners of revenue and circuit.
• Wars: Annexed Coorg (1834), Central Cachar (1834) on the plea of misgovernment.
Sir Charles Metcalfe (1835–1836): Passed the famous Press Law, which liberated the press in
India (called Liberator the Press).
Lord Auckland (1836–42): 1st Anglo-Afghan War (1836–42)—great blow to the prestige of the British in India.
Lord Ellenborough (1842–44): Brought an end to the Afghan War. Annexation of Sindh
(1843); War with Gwalior (1843).
Lord Hardings I (1844–48): 1st Anglo-Sikh war (1845–46) and the Treaty of Lahore 1846
(marked the end of Sikh sovereighty in India); Gave preference to English education in employment. Lord Dalhousie (1848–56): Abolished Titles and Pensions, Widow Remarriage Act (1856).
Made Shimla the summer capital.
• Administrative Reforms: Introduced the system of Centralized control in the newly acquired territories known as Bon-Regulation system; Raised Gurkha regiments.

Click Here To Buy Hard Copy of This Book: Click Here For Current Affair News For UPSC,IAS,SSC, Govt. Exams • Education Reforms: Recommended the Thomsonian system of Vernacular education for whole of the North western Provinces (1853); Wood’s Educational Despatch of 1854 and opening of Anglo-Vernacular Schools and Government Colleges; An Engineering College was established at Roorkee.
• Public Works: Started the first railway line in 1853 (connecting Bombay with Thana);
Started electric telegraph service. Laid the basis of the modern postal system (1854); A separate public works department was set up for the first time; Started work on the Grand
Trunk Road and developed the harbours of Karachi, Bombay and Calcutta.
• Wars: Introduced Doctrine of Lapse (Captured Satara (1848), Jaitpur and Sambhalpur
(1849), Baghat (1850), Udaipur (1852), Jhansi (1853) and Nagpur (1854); Fought 2nd
Anglo-Sikh War (1848–49) and annexed the whole of the Punjab; 2nd Anglo-Burmese War
(1852) and annexation of Lower Burma or Pegu; Annexation of Berar in 1853; Annexation of Avadh in 1856 on charges of maladministration.
Lord Canning (1856–58): The last Governor General and first Viceroy of India; Revolt of
1857; Passed the Act of 1858, which ended the rule of the East India Company. Withdrew
Doctrine of Lapse. Mutiny took place in his time.
Governer Generals and Viceroys (1858–1947)
Lord Canning (1858–62): The Indian Councils Act of 1862 was passed, which proved to be a landmark in the constitutional history of India; The Indian Penal Code of Criminal Procedure
(1859) was passed; The Indian High Court Act (1861) was enacted; Income Tax was introduced for the first time in 1858; The Universities of Calcutta, Bombay and Madras founded in 1857.
Lord Elgin I (1862–63): Wahabi Movement (Pan-Islamic Movement).
Sir John Lawrence (1864–69): Telegraphic communication was opened with Europe; High
Courts were established at Calcutta, Bombay and Madras in 1865; Expanded canal works and railways; Bhutan War (1865); Advocated State-managed railways; Created the Indian Forest
Department and recognised the native Judicial service.
Lord Mayo (1869–72): Introduced financial decentralization in India, Established Rajkot
College at Kathiarwar and Mayo College at Ajmer for the princes; Organised the Statistical
Survey of India, Established the Department of Agriculture & Commerce. He was the only
Viceroy to be murdered in office by a Pathan convict in Andamans in 1872, Introduction of State
Railways. For the first time in Indian history, a census was held in 1871.
Lord Northbrook (1872–76): Kuka Movement of Punjab took rebellious turn during his period. Lord Lytton (1876–80): Most infamous Governor-General, pursued free trade and abolished duties on 29 British manufactured goods which accelerated drain of wealth of India; Arranged the
Grand Darbar in Delhi (in 1877) when the country was suffering from a servere famine; Passed the Royal Title Act (1876) and Queen Victoriya was declared as the Kaisar-i-Hind; Arms Act
(1878) made mandatory for Indians to acquire license for arms; Passed the infamous Vernacular
Press Act (1878); Proposed the plan of Statutory Civil Service in 1878-79 and lowered the maximum age limit from 21 to 19 years, the 2nd Afghan war proved a failure (Viceroy of reverse characters). Lord Ripon (1880–84): Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act, 1882; The First Factory Act,
1881 to improve labour condition, Resolution of Local Self Government in 1882, Resolution on
Land Revenue Policy; Appointed Hunter Commission (for education reforms) in 1882; The Ilbert
Bill controversy erupted during his time (1883) enabled Indian district magistrates to try
European criminals. But this was withdrawn later.
Lord Dufferin (1884–88): 3rd Burmese War (Annexation of Upper and Lower Burma) in
1885, Establishment of Indian National Congress in 1885.

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Services into imperial, provincial and subordinate; Indian Council Act of 1892 (introduced elections which was indirect); Appointment of the Durand Commission to define the line between
British India and Afghanistan (1893).
Lord Elgin II (1894–99): The Munda uprising (Birsa Munda) of 1899, Convention delimiting the frontier between China and India was ratified, Great famine of 1896–97, Lyall Commission appointed after famine (1897), Assassination of two British officials-Rand & Amherst-by
Chapekar Brothers in 1897.
Lord Curzon (1899–1905): Appointed a Police Commission in 1902 under Andrew Frazer;
Set up the Universities Commission and accordingly the Indian Universities Act of 1904 was passed; Set up the Department of Commerce and Industry; Calcutta Corporation Act (1899);
Passed the Indian Coinage and Paper Currency Act (in 1899) and put India on a gold standard;
Partition of Bengal took place in 1905. Created NWFP and Archaeological Survey of India.
Extended railways to a Great extent.
Lord Minto II (1905–10): Swadeshi Movement (1905–08); Foundation of the Muslim
League, 1906; Surat session and split in the Congress (1907), Newspapers Act, 1908; MorleyMinto Reforms, 1909.
Lord Hardinge (1910–16): Annulment of the partition of Bengal (1911), Transfer of Capital from Calcutta to Delhi (1911); Delhi Darbar and Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary
(1911); Establishment of Hindu Mahasabha by Madan Mohan Malviya (1915); Annie Besant announced Home Rule Movement and a bomb was thrown at him, but he escaped unhurt.
Lord Chelmsford (1916–21): Home Rule Movement launched by Tilak and Annie Besant
(1916); Lucknow Pact between Congress and Muslim League (1916); Arrival of Gandhi in India
(1915); Champaran Satyagraha (1917); Montague’s August Declaration (1917); Kheda
Satyagraha and Satyagraha at Ahmedabad (1918); Government of India Act (1919), Repressive
Rowlatt Act (1919); Jalianwala Bagh Massacre (1919); Khilafat Movement (1920–22); Noncooperation Movement (1920–22), Saddler Commission (1917) and an Indian Sir S. P. Sinha was appointed Governor of Bengal.
Lord Reading (1921–26): Criminal Law Amendment Act and abolition of cotton excise;
Repeal of Press Act of 1910 & Rowlatt Act of 1919; Violent Moplah rebellion in Kerala (1921);
Foundation of CPI (1921); Chauri Chaura Incident (1922); Foundation of Swaraj Party (1923);
Kakori Train Dacoity (1925); Foundation of RSS (1925); Murder of Swami Shardhanand (1926).
Suppressed non-cooperation movement.
Lord Irwin (1926–31): Simon Commission announced in 1927; Butler Commission (1927);
Nehru Report (1928); 14 points of Jinnah (1929); Lahore session of Congress and ‘Poorna
Swaraj’ declaration (1929); Civil Disobedience Movement (1930); Dandhi march (1930); Ist
Round Table Conference (1930); Gandhi-Irwin Pact (1931); Martyrdom of Jatin Das (hunger strike) Lord Willingdon (1931–36): 2nd Round Table Conference (1931); Civil Disobedience
Movement (1932); Announcement of MacDonald’s Communal Award (1932); IIIrd Round Table
Conference Foundation of Congress Socialist Party-CSP (1934); Government of India Act
(1935); Burma separated from India (1935); All India Kisan Sabha (1936); Poona Pact was signed. Lord Linlithgow (1936–43): General Election (1936–37); Congress ministries in 1937 and
Resignation of Congress ministries in 1939; ‘Deliverance Day’ by Muslim League in 1939;
Foundation of Forward Block by S.C. Bose (1939); Lahore Resolution (1940); August Offer
(1940); Cripps Mission (1942); Quit India Movement (1942) and Outbreak of Second World War in 1939.
Lord Wavell (1943–1947): C.R. Formula 1944; Wavell Plan and Shimla Conference in 1945;
End of IInd World War in 1945; INA Trials in 1945; Naval mutiny in 1946; Cabinet Mission,

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16th August, 1946 and first meeting of the constituent assembly was held on Dec. 9, 1946.
Lord Mountbatten (March–August 1947): Announced the 3 June, 1947 Plan; Introduction of Indian Independence Bill in the house of Commons and passed by the British Parliament on
July 4, 1947; Appointment of 2 boundary commissions under Sir Cryil Radicliffe.
Governor Generals of Independent India (1947–50)
Lord Mountbatten (1947–48): The first Governor General of free India; Kashmir acceded to
India (Oct. 1947); Murder of Gandhi (Jan. 30, 1948).
C. Rajagopalachari (June 1948–January 25, 1950): The last Governor General of free India;
The only Indian Governor-General.

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10000–4000 Development of settlement into cities and development of skills, such as wheel and pottery making and improved methods of cultivation.
5500–3000 Earliest recorded date of Egyptian calender; first phonetic writing appears;
Sumerians develop a city-state civilization.
3000–2000 Pharaonic rule begins in Egypt; completion of the construction of the Great
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3000–1500 The most ancient civilization on the Indian subcontinent, the sophisticated and extensive Indus Valley Civilization, flourishes in what is today Pakistan.
Phoenicians establish Carthage: The Iliad and Odyssey was composed by the
Greek poet Homer.
Pentateuch-first five Books of the Old Testament evolve in final form.
Invention of Mayan calendar in Yucatan-more exact than older calenders.
Juleus Caesar (100–44 BC) invades Britain (55 BC) and conquers Gaul, France.
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Invasion of India by Alexander, Battle of Hydaspes.
Chin-Hung Ti ‘Universal Emperor’ in China, Great Wall of China completed.
Invasion of Britain by Julius Caesar, the Great Roman General.
Assassination of Julius Caesar by Brutus.
Birth of Jesus Christ.



Crucifixation of Jesus Christ.
Roman conquest of Britain.
Birth of Prophet Muhammad at Mecca.
Migration of Muhammad from Mecca to Medina (“hijira”), Beginning of Hijira
Era (Muhammadan calender) on July 15.
Charlemagne crowned Roman Emperor at St. Peter’s.
Accession of Alfred the Great to the throne of Britain.
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Magna Carta or the Great Charter signed by King John II at Runnymede in
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Gunpowder invented by Roger Bacon.
The Hundred Years War broke out; it lasted upto 1453.
Joan of Arc, a brave French peasant girl, obtained victory over the English at
Orleans. She was burnt alive at the stakes.
The Black death i.e., plague broke out in England.
The capture of Constantinople (the home of classical learning) by the Ottoman
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This was the beginning of Renaissance in Europe.
Bartholomew Diaz rounded the cope of Good Hope.
Columbus sailed on his first expedition to the West Indies which later led to the discovery of America (the New World).
Vasco da Gama, a Portuguese, discovered the seat route to India via the Cape of
Good Hope.
Beginning of reformation.
Reformation in England under Henry VIII.
Birth of Shakespeare.
Battle of Lapanto; Turks defeated by the Christian League.
Drake, the famous English Admiral; started his voyage round the world for the first time and phindered Spanish ships and ports in South America.
Admiral Drake defeated the Spanish ‘Armada’; England became the ‘Mistress of the Seas’.
Establishment of the British East India Company in India (31st December).
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Trial and execution of Charles I, beginning of Commonwealth.
The Commonwealth and the Protectorate in England.
Restoration of monarchy in England.
The great plague in London.
Habeas Corpus Act.
The Glorious or Bloodless Revolution in England. Despotic rule of the Stuarts ended, and the Parliamentary rule began. Establishment of parliamentary supremacy and abolition of the Divine Rights of Kings.
Battle of Blenheim; Marlborough and Eugene inflicted a crushing defeat on the
French army.
Union of England and Scotland.
Treaty of Paris; It ended the Seven Years War (1756–63); weakened France, made England a great colonial power.
Declaration of American Independence and formation of a Federal Republic of
13 states called the Union States of America (July 4).
Treaty of Versailles; England recognised the independence of the United States of America.
George Washington elected First President of USA. Beginning of French
Revolution; Fall of the Bastille Fort (July 14).
Battle of the Nile. The English under Nelson gained victory over the French.
Battle of Trafalgar; Death of Nelson.
Battle of Austerliz – Napolean Bonaparte rounted a combined army of the
Russians and the Austrians.
Battle of Waterloo – Napolean was defeated and exiled to St. Helena.
Congress of Vienna, it aimed at rearranging the map of Europe; The Vienna settlement proved unsatisfactory, because it disregarded national claims.
Death of Napolean at St. Helena (May 5).
Battle of Navatino; the allied fleets of England, Russia and France destroyed the
Turkish fleet; This victory practically secured the independence of Greece.
Emancipation Act of 1833; It abolished slavery in the British dominions.
Accession of Queen Victoria to the throne of England.
Introduction of Penny Postage system in England by Sir Rowland Hill: Aden annexed by England.
The Crimean War began, Russia attacked Turkey; England and France came to the rescue of Turkey.
American Civil War started, Abraham Lincon elected 16th President of USA.
Slavery abolished in America.
Suez Canal opened for traffic.
General Gordon captured and slain at Khartoum.
Outbreak of the Russo-Japanese war.
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Chinese Republican Revolution; Amundsen reached South Pole (December 14)
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(November/October) Revolution in Russia: Revolutionary Bolsheviks came into power (Lenin).
End of World War I (November 11)
The Paris Conference; the Treaty of Versailles.
Foundation of the League of Nations (January 10)
The Irish Free State established with the status of a Dominion like Canada
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Turkish Republic proclaimed with Kemal Ataturk as its First President.
Lenin died, and power passed into the hands of Stalin in Russia.
Treaty of Locarno (between Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy and
Kellogg Pact (signed in Paris by the principal powers of the world for the prevention of war; it had no effect).
Hitler became the Chancellor of Germany.
War between Italy and Abyssinia (Ethiopia); Italy annexed Abyssinia
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Germany invaded Poland: Outbreak of World War II (September. 1).
Fall of France after German invasion (June 5); Italy entered World War II (June
Hitler invades Russia (June 22): Framing of the Atlantic Charter (August 14);
Japan attacked Pearl Harbour (Hawaii Islands) (December 7); USA entered
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Capture of Singapore by Japanese forces (Febuary. 15); Battle of Coral Sea,
Japanese fleet suffered heavy losses at the hands of the American fleet (May 3);
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Defeat of Germany at Stalingrad (Febuary. 8); Battle of the Bismarck Sea,
America defeated Japan in a naval battle (March 4); Invasion of Italy by the
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As of January 2012, there have been 97 amendments to the
Constitution of India since it was first enacted in 1950.


Enforced since Objectives


Amend articles 15, 19, 85, 87,
174, 176, 341, 342, 372 and 376.
Insert articles 31A and 31B.
Insert schedule 9.

18 June 1951

2. each Amend article 81.

1 May 1953


Amend schedule 7.

22 February

To fully secure the constitutional validity of zamindari abolition laws and to place reasonable restriction on freedom of speech.
A new constitutional device, called Schedule
9 introduced to protect laws that are contrary to the Constitutionally guaranteed fundamental rights. These laws encroach upon property rights, freedom of speech and equality before law
A technical amendment to fix the size of parliamentary constituency between 650,000 and 850,000 voters.
Limits maximum no of seats in lok sabha up to 500.States would be divided into constituencies such that one member of a constituency will represent not less than
750000 people but not more than every people. Restrictions on property rights and inclusion of related bills in Schedule 9 of the

Amend articles 31, 31A and 305.
Amend schedule 9. constitution 5.
Amend article 3.



Amend articles 269 and 286.
Amend schedule 7.
Amend articles 1, 49, 80, 81, 82,
131, 153, 158, 168, 170, 171, 216,
217, 220, 222, 224, 230, 231 and 232.
Insert articles 258A, 290A, 298,
350A, 350B, 371, 372A and 378A.
Amend part 8.
Amend schedules 1, 2, 4 and 7.
Amend article 334.


Amend schedule 1.


Pakistan demarcation of
Amend article 240.

27 April 1955

24 December

11 September
1 November

Provide for a consultation mechanism with concerned states in matters relating to the amendments to the territorial matters and in the re-naming of the state
Amend the Union and State Lists with respect to raising of taxes
Reorganization of states on linguistic lines, abolition of Class A, B, C, D states and introduction of Union Territories

5 January 1960 Clarify state's power of compulsory acquisition and requisitioning of private property and include Zamindari abolishion laws in Schedule 9 of the constitution
28 December
Minor adjustments to territory of Indian
Union consequent to agreement with for settlement of disputes by border villages, etc.
11 August 1961 Incorporation of Dadra, Nagar and Haveli as

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Amend articles 66 and 71.
Houses of

19 December


Amend article 240.
Amend schedule 1.

20 December


Amend part 21.

1 December


Amend articles 81 and 240.
Insert article 239A.
Amend schedules 1 and 4.

16. office Amend articles 124, 128, 217,
222, 224, 226, 297, 311 and 316.
Insert article 224A.
Amend schedule 7.
Amend articles 19,
84 and 173.
Amend schedule 3.


Amend article 31A.
Amend schedule 9.


Amend article 3.

Amend article 324. of Courts
Insert article 233A.




28 December

a Union Territory, consequent to acquisition from Portugal
Election of Vice President by Electoral
consisting of members of both
Parliament, instead of election by a and Vice President Election procedure from challenge on grounds of existence of any vacancies in the electoral college
Incorporation of Goa, Daman and Diu as a
Union Territory, consequent to acquisition from Portugal
Formation of State of Nagaland, with special
protection under Article 371A
Incorporation of Pondicherry into the Union of India and creation of Legislative

for Himachal Pradesh, Tripura, Manipur and
5 October 1963 Raise retirement age of judges from 60 to 62 and other minor amendments for rationalizing interpretation of rules regarding judges etc.
5 October 1963 Make it obligatory for seekers of public to swear their allegiance to the Indian
Republic and prescribe the various obligtory templates 20 June 1964
To secure the constitutional validity of acquisition of Estates and place land acquisition laws in Schedule 9 of the constitution 27 August 1966 Technical Amendment to include Union
Territories in Article 3 and hence permit reorganisation of Union Territories
11 December
Abolish Election Tribunals and enable trial
election petitions by regular High
22 December

Indemnify & validate judgments, decrees,
orders and sentences passed by judges and to validate the appointment, posting, promotion and transfer of judges barring a few who were not eligible for appointment under article 233. Amendment needed to overcome the effect of judgement invalidating appointments of certain judges in the state of Uttar Pradesh
Amend schedule 8.
10 April 1967 Include Sindhi as a Official Language
Amend article 275.
25 September
Provision to form Autonomous states within
Insert articles 244A and 371B.
the State of Assam
Amend articles 330, 332,
23 January
Extend reservation for SC / ST and
333 and 334.
nomination of Anglo Indian members in
Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years i.e. up to 1980
Amend articles 13 and 368.
5 November
Enable parliament to dilute fundamental
rights through amendments to the constitution Amend article 31.
20 April 1972 Restrict property rights and compensation in
Insert article 31C. case the state takes over private property

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Amend article 366. rulers Insert article 363A.
Remove articles 291 and 362.
Amend articles 239A and 240.
Insert articles 239B and 371C.

Insert article 312A.
Remove article 314.


Amend schedule 9.

Amend article 133. value 31

Amend articles 81, 330 and 332.

32 and Amend article 371.


Insert articles 371D and 371E.
Amend schedule 7.
Amend articles 101 and 190.


Amend schedule 9.

Amend articles 80 and 81.
Insert article 2A.
Insert schedule 10.
Amend articles 80 and 81.
Insert article 371F.
Remove article 2A.
Amend schedules 1 and 4.
Remove schedule 10.
Amend articles 239A and 240.


Amend articles 123, 213, 239B,
352, 356, 359 and 360.
Amend articles 71 and 329.
Insert article 329A.
Amend schedule 9.

Amend article 297.
Amend schedule 9.

28 December

Abolition of privy purse paid to former


of princely states which were incorporated into the Indian Republic
15 February
Reorganization of Mizoram into a Union
Territory with a legislature and council of ministers 29 August 1972 Rationalize Civil Service rules to make it uniform across those appointed prior to
Independence and post independence
9 June 1972
Place land reform acts and amendments to these act under Schedule 9 of the
27 February

Change the basis for appeals in Supreme
Court of India in case of Civil Suits from criteria to one involving substantial question of law
17 October 1973 Increase size of Parliament from 525 to 545 seats. Increased seats going to the new states formed in North East India and minor adjustment consequent to 1971 Delimitation exercise 1 July 1974
Protection of regional rights in Telengana
Andhra regions of State of Andhra Pradesh
19 May 1974

7 September

Prescribes procedure for resignation by members of parliament and state legislatures and the procedure for verification and acceptance of resignation by house speaker
Place land reform acts and amendments to these act under Schedule 9 of the

1 March 1975

Terms and Conditions for the Incorporation of Sikkim into the Union of India

26 April 1975

Formation of Sikkim as a State within the
Indian Union

3 May 1975

Formation of Arunachal Pradesh legislative assembly 1 August 1975 Enhances the powers of President and
Governors to pass ordinances
10 August 1975 Amendment designed to negate the judgement of Allahabad High Court invalidating Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's election to parliament. Amendment placed restrictions on judicial scrutiny of post of
Prime Minister
27 May 1976
Enable Parliament to make laws with respect to Exclusive Economic Zone and vest the mineral wealth with Union of India

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7 September


Amend articles 31, 31C, 39, 55,
1 April 1977
74, 77, 81, 82, 83, 100, 102, 103,
105, 118, 145, 150, 166, 170, 172,
189, 191, 192, 194, 208, 217, 225,
226, 227, 228, 311, 312, 330, 352,
353, 356, 357, 358, 359, 366, 368 and 371F.
Insert articles 31D, 32A, 39A, 43A,
48A, 131A, 139A, 144A, 226A,
228A and 257A.
Insert parts 4A and 14A.
Amend schedule 7.
Amend articles 145, 226,
13 April 1978
228 and 366.
Remove articles 31D, 32A, 131A, amendments 144A, 226A and 228A.
Amend articles 19, 22, 30, 31A,
6 September
31C, 38, 71, 74, 77, 83, 103, 105, 1979
123, 132, 133, 134, 139A, 150, 166, mechanisms 172, 192, 194, 213, 217, 225, 226,
227, 239B, 329, 352, 356, 358, enacted 359, 360 and 371F.
Insert articles 134A and 361A.
Remove articles 31,
257A and 329A.
Amend part 12.
Amend schedule 9.
Amend article 334.
25 January



Amend articles 269,
286 and 366.
Amend schedule 7.
Amend schedule 9.

Amend article 356. rule 49.
Amend article 244. enable Amend schedules 5 and 6.

Amend article 33.

2 February
26 August
1 April 1985
11 September
11 September

Place land reform & other acts and amendments to these act under Schedule 9 of the constitution
Raise Retirement Age Limit of Chairmen
Members of Union and State Public
Commissions from sixty to sixty
Amendment passed during internal emergency by Indira Gandhi. Provides for curtailment of fundamental rights, imposes fundamental duties and changes to the basic structure of the constitution by making India a "Socialist Secular" Republic

Amendment passed after revocation of internal emergency in the Country. Repeals some of the more 'Anti-Freedom' enacted through Amendment Bill 42
Amendment passed after revocation of internal emergency in the Country. Provides for human rights safeguards and to prevent abuse of executive and legislative authority. Annuls some Amendments in Amendment Bill 42

Extend reservation for SC / ST and nomination of Anglo Indian members in
Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years i.e. up to 1990
Amendment to negate judicial pronouncements on scope and applicability on Sales Tax
Place land reform acts and amendments to these act under Schedule 9 of the
Article 356 amended to permit President's up to two years in the state of Punjab
Recognize Tripura as a Tribal State and the creation of a Tripura Tribal Areas
Autonomous District Council
Technical Amendment to curtailment of
Fundamental Rights as per Part III as prescribed in Article 33 to cover Security

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Amend articles 330 and 332.

Amend articles 101, disqualification 102, 190 and 191. in Insert schedule 10.
Insert article 371G.

16 June 1986

1 March 1985

Personnel protecting property and communication infrastructure
Provide reservation to Scheduled Tribes in
Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram and
Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assemblies
Provide of members from parliament and assembly

20 February

case of defection from one party to other
Special provision with respect to the State of
Increase the salary of Chief Justice of India

Amend articles 125 and 221.

1 April 1986

Amend schedule 2.

other Judges and to provide for determining future increases without the need for constitutional amendment
20 February
Special powers to Governor consequent to
formation of state of Arunachal Pradesh
30 May 1987
Transition provision to enable formation of state of Goa
21 September
Provide reservation to Scheduled Tribes in
Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram and
Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assemblies
9 December
Provision to publish authentic Hindi
translation of constitution as on date and provision to publish authentic Hindi translation of future amendments
30 March 1988 Article 356 amended to permit President's


Insert article 371H.


Insert article 371I.


Amend article 332.


Insert article 394A.
Amend part 22.

59. rule Amend article 356.

Insert article 359A.

Amend article 276. of 2500/61.
Amend article 326.
Amend article 334.


Amend article 356.
Remove article 359A.

64. rule Amend article 356.


Amend article 338.

Amend schedule 9.

up to three years in the state of Punjab,

20 December

352 and Article 359A amended to permit imposing emergency in state of Punjab or in specific districts of the state of Punjab
Profession Tax increased from a maximum
Rs. 250/- to a maximum of Rs.

28 March 1989 Reduce age for voting rights from 21 to 18
20 December
Extend reservation for SC / ST and
nomination of Anglo Indian members in
Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years i.e. up to 2000
6 January 1990 Emergency powers applicable to State of
Punjab, accorded in Article 359A as per amendment 59 repealed
16 April 1990 Article 356 amended to permit President's up to three years and six months in the state of Punjab
12 March 1992 National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes formed and its powers specifed in The
7 June 1990

Place land reform acts and amendments to these act under Schedule 9 of the


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Amend article 356.
Amend article 356.
Insert articles 239AA and 239AB.

Amend articles 54 and 239AA.


Amend schedule 8.


Amend article 332.

Insert part 9. third 74.
Insert part 9A.
administration in cities 75.
Amend article 323B.

Amend schedule 9.

Amend article 16. reservation 78.
Amend schedule 9. constitution 79.
Amend article 334.


Amend articles 269 and 270.
Remove article 272. structures between
Amend article 16.

Amend article 335.


Amend article 243M.


Amend articles 55, 81, 82,
170, 330 and 332.

85. in 86.

Amend article 16.
Amend articles 45 and 51A.
Insert article 21A.

4 October 1990 Article 356 amended to permit President's up to four years in the state of Punjab
12 March 1991 Article 356 amended to permit President's up to five years in the state of Punjab
1 February 1992 To provide for a legislative assembly and council of ministers for Federal National
Capital of Delhi. Delhi continues to be a
21 December
Include National Capital of Delhi and Union
Territory of Pondicherry in electoral college for Presidential Election
31 August 1992 Include Konkani, Manipuri and Nepali as
Official Languages
5 December
Provide reservation to Scheduled Tribes in
Tripura State Legislative Assembly
24 April 1993 Statutory provisions for Panchyat Raj as level of administration in villages
1 June 1993
provisions for Local bodies as third level of urban areas such as towns and
15 May 1994

Provisions for setting up Rent Control
31 August 1994 Enable continuance of 69% reservation in
Tamil Nadu by including the relevant Tamil
Nadu Act under 9th Schedule of the constitution 17 June 1995
A technical amendment to protect to SC/ST Employees in promotions
30 August 1995 Place land reform acts and amendments to these act under Schedule 9 of the

25 January 2000 Extend reservation for SC / ST and nomination of Anglo Indian members in
Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years i.e. up to 2010
9 June 2000
Implement Tenth Finance Commission recommendation to simplify the tax by pooling and sharing all taxes states and The Centre
9 June 2000
Protect SC / ST reservation in filling backlog of vacancies
8 September
Permit relaxation of qualifying marks and
other criteria in reservation in promotion for
SC / ST candidates
8 September
Exempt Arunachal Pradesh from reservation
for Scheduled Castes in Panchayati Raj institutions 21 February
Extend the usage of 1991 national census
population figures for statewise distribution of parliamentary seats
4 January 2002 A technical amendment to protect seniority case of promotions of SC/ST Employees
12 December
Provides Right to Education until the age of
fourteen and Early childhood care until the age of six

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Amend articles 81, 82,
170 and 330.

22 June 2003


Amend article 270.
Insert article 268A.
Amend schedule 7.
Amend article 338.
Insert article 338A.

15 January


Commission for
Amend article 332.

Amend articles 75 and 164.
Insert article 361B.

Extend the usage of 2001 national census population figures for statewise distribution of parliamentary seats
To extend statutory cover for levy and utilization of Service Tax

28 September

The National Commission for Scheduled
Castes and Scheduled Tribes was bifurcated into The National Commission for
Scheduled Tribes
28 September
Reservation in Assam Assembly relating to
Bodoland Territory Area
1 January 2004 Restrict the size of council of ministers to 15
% of legislative members & to strengthen

Amend schedule 10.
Amend article 270.
Insert article 268A.
Amend schedules 7 and 8.
Amend article 15.

94 in Amend article 164.

95 and Amend article 334.


Amend schedule 8.


Amend Art 19 and added
Part IXB.


Defection laws
7 January 2004 Enable Levy of Service Tax & Include
Dogri, Santali and Maithali as Official
20 January 2006 To enable provision of reservation for other backward classes (O.B.C.) in government as well as private educational institutions
12 June 2006
To provide for a Minister of Tribal Welfare newly created Jharkand and Chattisgarh
25 January 2010 To extend the reservation of seats for SCs
STs in the Lok Sabha and states assemblies from Sixty years to Seventy years
23 September
Substituted "Odia" for "Oriya"
12 January
Added the words "or co-operative societies"
after the word "or unions" in Article 19(l)(c) and insertion of article 43B i.e, Promotion of
Co-operative Societies and added Part-IXB

Geography of India and The World


Vancouver (Canada)
Qyuebec (Canada)
Hamiliton (Canada)
Kingston (Canada)
Arvida (Canada)
Sarnia (Canada)
Monetreal (Canada)
Sudbury (Canada)

R. Fraser
R. St. Lawrence
L. Ontario
R. St. Lawrence, L. Ontak
R. Saguenay
L. Huron
R. St. Lawrence, R. Ottawa
L. Huron

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Portland (USA)
Cleveland (USA)
Chicago (USA)
Gary (USA)
Detroit (USA)
Milwaukee (USA)
Philadelphia (USA)
Duluttz (USA)
New York City (USA)
Baton Rouge (USA)
Toledo (USA)
Buffalo (USA)
St. Louis (USA)
Asuncion (Paraguay)
Belem (Brazil)
Manaus (Brazil)
Cairo (Egypt)
Port Said (Egypt)
Alexandria (Egypt)
Khartoum (Sudan)
Omudurma (Sudan)
Kisume (Kenya)
Kampala (Upanda)
Jinja (Upganda)
Lokoja (Nigeria)
Port Harcourt (Nigeria)
Kiruna (Sweden)
Lisbon (Portugal)
Paris (France)
Bordeaux (France)
Lyons (France)
Le Havre (France)
Rouen (France)
Rome (Italy)
Milan (Italy)
Vatican City
Berlin (Germany)
Frankfurt (Germany)
Leipzig (Germany)
Dresden (Germany)
Bingen (Germany)

R. Sacramento, R. America
R. Columbia
L. Erif
L. Michigan, R. Chicago
L. Michigan
L. Erie, R. St. Clair
L. Michigan
R. Delaware
R. St. Louis, L. Superior
R. Hudson
R. Mississippi
L. Erif
L. Ontario
R. Mississippi, R. Missouri
R. Paraguay
R. Amazon
R. Negro, R. Amazon
R. Nile
Suez Canal
R. Nile
R. Blue Nile, R. White Nile
R. Nile
L. Victoria
L. Victoria
R. Nile, L. Victoria
R. Niger, R. Benue
R. Niger
R. Zaire (Congo)
R. Zaire
R. Zaire
R. Zaire
R. Torne
R. Douro
R. Seine
R. Garrone
R. Saone, R. Rhone
R. Seine
R. Seine
R. Tiber
R. Po.
R. Spree
R. Rhine, R. Main
R. Elbe
R. Elbe
R. Rhine

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Hamburg (Germany)
Bremen (Germany)
Krakow (Poland)
Antwerp (Belgium)
Rotterdam (Netherlands)
London (Britain)
New Castle (U.K.)
Glasgow (U.K.)
Moscow (Russia)
Petrozavosk (Russia)
Stalingrad (Russia)
Krasnoyark (Russia)
Bratsk (Russia)
Irkutsk (Russia)
Nickopol (Ukraine)
Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine)
Zaragoza (Spain)
Nantes (France)
Saratov (Russia)
Rostov (Russia)
Kiev (Ukraine)
Vienna (Austria)
Venice (Italy)
Dusseldorf (Germany)
Cologne (Germany)
Washington (USA)
Perth (Australia)
Freemantle (Australia)
Sydney (Australia)
Shanghai (China)
Nanking (China)
Hongkong (China)
Macao (China)
Vientiane (Laos)
Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
Mandalay (Myanmar)
Chauk (Myanmar)
Bangkok (Thailand)

R. Rhine, R. Seig
R. Elbe
R. Weser
R. Vistula
R. Scheldt
R. Rhine, R. Maas, R. Schei
R. Thames
R. Tyne
R. Clyde
R. Moskva
L. Onega
R. Volga
R. Yenisey
R. Angara
L. Baikal
R. Dnieper
R. Dnieper
R. Ebro
R. Loire
R. Volga
R. Don
R. Dnieper
R. Danube
R. Po.
R. Danube
R. Danube
R. Liffey
R. Manzanares
R. Vltava
R. Danube
R. Rhine
R. Rhine
R. Ruhr
R. Wupper
R. Neckar
R. Potomac
R. Swan
R. Swan
R. Darling
R. Yangtze Kiang (Chang Jang), R. Hwang Pu
R. Yangtze Kiang
R. Canton
R. Pearl
R. Mekong
R. Mekong, R. Tonie Sap
R. Gambak, R. Kelang
R. Irrawaddy
R. Irrawaddy
R. Chao Praya

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Lahore (Pakistan)
Kathmandu (Nepal)
Colombo (Sri Lanka)
Kabul (Afghanistan)
Bucharest (Romania)
Cognac (France)
Galafi (Romania)
Cambridge (U.K.)
Oxford (U.K.)
Panaji (Goa, India)

R. Tigris
R. Ravi
R. Baghmati, R. Vishnuma
R. Kelani
R. Kabul
R. Dimbovita
R. Charente
R. Danube, R. Siret
R. Cam
R. Thames
R. Mandovi

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh
West Bengal
Jammu & Kashmir
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh

Chhau, Sarahul, Jat-Jatin, Karma, Danga, Bidesia, Sohrai.
Gadhwali, Kumayuni, Kajari, Jhora, Raslila, Chappeli
Kuchipudi (Classical), Ghantamardala, Ottam Thedal, Mohiniattam,
Kummi, Siddhi Madhuri, Chhadi.
Goudi, Karma, Jhumar, Dagla, Pali, Tapali, Navrani, Diwari,
Mask dance, War dance etc.
Jhora, Jhali, Chharhi, Dhaman, Chhapeli, Mahasu, Nati, Dangi,
Chamba, Thali, Jhainta, Daf, Stick dance etc.
Mandi, Jhagor, Khol, Dakni, etc.
Bihu, Bichhua, Natpuja, Maharas, Kaligopal, Bagurumba, Naga dance, Khel Gopal Tabal Chongli, Canoe, Jhumura Hobjanai etc.
Kathi, Gambhira, Dhali, Jatra, Baul, Marasia, Mahal, Keertan, etc.
Kathakali (Classical), Rakhal, Nat Rash, Maha Rash, Raukhat etc.
Laho, Baagla, etc.
Manipuri (Classical), Rakhal, Nat Rash, Maha Rash, Raukhat, etc.
Chong, Khaiva, Lim, Nuralim, etc.
Odissi (Classical), Rakhal, Nat Rash, Maha Rash, Raukhat etc.
Lavani, Nakata, Koli, Lezim, Gafa, Dahikala Dasavtar or Bohada,
Tamasha, Mauni, Powara, Gouricha etc.
Yakshagan, Huttari, Suggi, Kunitha, Karga, Lambi etc.
Garba, Dandiya Ras, Tippani Juriun, Bhavai, etc.
Bhangra, Giddha, Daff, Dhaman etc.
Ghumar, Chakri, Ganagor, Jhulan Leela, Jhuma, Suisini, Ghapal,
Panihari, Ginad etc.
Khanatm, Pakhupila, Cherokan etc.
Rauf, Hikat, Mandjas, Kud Dandi Nach, Damali.
Bharatnatyam, Kumi, Kolattam, Kavadi
Nautanki, Raslila, Kajri, Jhora, Chappeli, Jaita.
Jata-Jatin, Bakho-Bakhain, Panwariya, Sama-Chakwa, Bidesia,
Jatra, etc.
Jhumar, Phag Dance, Daph, Dhamal, Loor, Gugga, Khor, Gagor etc.

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Financial Committees

Focus Areas

A.C. Shah Committee
Abid Hussain Committee
Adhyarjuna Committee

Development of Capital markets
Changes in NI Act and Stamp Act

A.K. Bhuchar Committee

Coordiantion between Term Lending institutions and Commercial Banks
Insolvency and Wind up laws
Institutional Credit for Agricultural and Rural
All India Rural Credit Review
Stock Lending Scheme
Job Criteria in bank loans (Approach)
Public Welfare
Share Transfer Reforms
Coordination between Commercial Banks and SFC’s
Wage, Income and Prices
Agricultural Policy
Multi Agency approach in Agricultural
Finance to Small Scale Industry
Direct Taxes
Capital Adequacy of Banks
Progress and recommend improvement Measures of IRDP
Regional Imbalances
Estimation of Employments
Mutual Funds (Functioning)
Public Distribution System
Agricultural Finance
Industrial Licensing
Extension of Credit Limits on the Basis of
Export Credit
Lead Banking System
Rural Finance
Customer Service in Banks
Credit Requirements of Leasing Industry
Carry Forward System on Stock Exchange
Soiled Banknotes
Industrial Policy

B. Eradi Committee
B. Siaraman Committee
B. Venkatappaiah Committee
B.D. Shah Committee
BD Thakar Committee
Bhagwati Committee
Bhagwati Committee
Bhave Committee
Bhide Committee
Bhootlingam Committee
C. Rao Committee
C.E. Kamath Committee
Chatalier Committee
Chesi Committee
Cook Committee
D.R. Mehta Committee
Damle Committee
Dandekar Committee
Dantwala Committee
Dave Committee
Dharia Committee
D.R. Gadgil Committee
Dutta Committee
G. Lakshmai Narayan Committee
G. Sundaram Committee
Gadgil Committee (1969)
Godwala Committee
Goiporia Committee
G.S. Dahotre Committee
G.S. Patel Committee
Hathi Committee
Hazari Committee (1967)

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J. Reddy Committee
James Raj Committee
Jankiramanan Committee
J.V. Shetty Committee
K. Madhav Das Committee
Kalyansundaram Committee
Kamath Committee
Karve Committee
K.B. Chore Committee
Khanna Committee
Khusrau Committee
K.S. Krishnaswamy Committee
L.K. Jha Committee
L.C. Gupta Committee
Mahadevan Committee
Mahalanobis Committee
Marathe Committee
M.L. Dantwala Committee
Mrs. K,S, Shere Committee
Nadkarni Committee
Nariman Committee
Narsimhan Committee
Omkar Goswami Committee
P.R. Nayak Committee
P. Selvam Committee
P.C. Luther Committee
P.D. Ojha Committee
Pendarkar Committee

Pillai Committee
P.L. Tandon Committee
P.R. Khanna Committee
Purshottam Das Committee
R. Jilani Banks
R.S. Saria Committee
Raghavan Committee
Raja Chelliah Committee
Rajamannar Committee

Working Capital Finance in Banks
Reforms in Insurance Sector
Functioning of Public Sector Banks
Securities Transactions of Banks and
Financial Institutions
Consortium Advances
Urban Cooperative Banks
Introduction of Factoring Services in India
Education Loan Scheme
Small Scale Industry
To review the Symbol of Cash Credit Q
Non Performing Assets
Agricultural Credit
Role of Banks in Priority Sector and 20 Point
Economic Programme
Indirect Taxes
Financial Derivatives
Single Window System
Income Distribution
Licensing of New Banks
Regional Rural Banks
Electronic Fund Transfer
Improved Procedures for Transactions in
PSU Bonds and Units
Branch Expansion Programme
Financial System
Sickness and Corporate
Institutional Credit to SSI Sector
Non Performing Assets of Banks
Productivity, Operational Efficiency and
Profitability of Banks
Service Area Approach
Review the System of Inspection of
Commercial, RRB and Urban Cooperative
Pay Scales of Bank Officers
Export Strategy
Develop appropriate Supervisory Framework for NBFC
Agricultural Finance and Cooperative
Inspection System of Banks
Agricultural Finance and Cooperative
Competition Law
Tax Reforms
Centre-State Fiscal Relationships

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Rakesh Mohan Committee
Ram Niwas Mirdha Committee (JPC)
Rangrajan Committee
Rangrajan Committee
Rashid Jilani Committee
Ray Committee
R.G. Saraiya Committee (1972)
R.H. Khan Committee
R.K. Hajara Committee
R.K. Talwar Committee
R.K. Talwar Committee
R.N. Malhotra Committee
R.N. Mirdha Committee
R.V. Gupta Committee
S. Padmanabhan Committee
S. Padmanabhan Committee
Samal Committee
S.C. Choksi Committee
Shankar Lal Gauri Committee
S.K. Kalia Committee
S.L. Kapoor Committee
Sodhani Committee
S.S. Nadkarni Committee
S.S. Tarapore Committee
Sukhmoy Chakravarty Committee
Tambe Committee
Tandon Committee
Tandon Committee
Thakkar Committee
Thingalaya Committee
Tiwari Committee
U.K. Sharma Committee
Usha Thorat Panel
Vaghul Committee
Varshney Committee
Venketaiya Committee
Vipin Malik Committee
V.T. Dehejia Committee
Vyas Committee

Changes in Banking Laws, Bouncing of
Cheques etc.
Petro Chemical Sector
Securities Scam
Computerization of Banking Industry
Public Sector Disinvestment
Cash Credit System
Industrial Sickness
Banking Commission
Harmonization of Banks and Ssis
Differential Interest Rates Scheme
Customer Service
Enactment Having a bearing on Agro
Landings by Commercial Banks
Reforms in Insurance Sector
Cooperative Societies
Agricultural Credit Delivery
Onsite supervision Function of Banks
Inspection of Banks (By RBI)
Rural Credit
Direct Tax Law
Agricultural Marketing
Role of NGO and SHG in Credit
Institutional Credit to SSI
Foreign Exchange Markets in NRI investment in India
Trading in Public Sector Banks
Capital Account Convertibility
To review the working of Monetary System
Term Loans to SSI
Follow up of Bank Credit
Industrial Sickness
Credit Schemes to Self employed
Restructuring of RRB
Rehabilitation of sick Industrial undertakings
Lead Bank Scheme (Review)
Financial Inclusion
Mutul Fund Scheme
Revised methods for Loans (> 2 lakhs)
Review of Rural Financing System
Consolidated Accounting by Banks
To study credit needs of industry and trade likely to be inflated
Rural Credit

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Y.V. Reddy Committee

Direct Taxes
Technology Issues in Banking Industry
Disclosure norms for Public Issues
Reforms in Small Savings

Working Groups
Working group on benchmark Prime Lending Rate (BPLR)
Working group on surveys
High level committee to review lead bank scheme
Working group to review the business correspondent model
High level group on systems and procedures for currency distribution G20 working group on enhancing sound regulation and

strengthening transparency
• Committee on financial sector assessment
• High level committee on estimation of savings and investment
• Committee on the global financial system (CGFS) on capital flows and emerging market economies
• Task force for diamond Sector
• Technical advisory group on Development of HOusing
Start-up index in India
• Working group on defraying cost of ICT solutions for RRBs
• Working group on IT support for Urban cooperative banks
• Working group on technology upgradation of regional rural banks
• Interest rate futures
• Internal working group to study the recommendations of the NCEUS report
• Working group on improvement of banking services in the union territory of lakshadweep
• Working group on rehabilitation of sick SMEs
• Working group on improvement of banking services in jharkhand
• Working group on improvement of banking services in himachal pradesh
• Internal technical group on seasonal movements in inflation
• Working group to examine the procedures and processes of agricultural loans
• Task force on empowering RRB boards for operational efficiency • Technical group set up to review legislations on money lending
• Working group to suggest measures to assist distressed farmers
• Technical group on statistics for international trade in banking services
• Technical advisory group on development of leading economic indicators for Indian economy
• Working group on savings for the eleventh five year plan (2007–2008 to 2011–12)

Deepak Mohanty
Deepak Mohanty
Usha Thorat
P. Vijaya Bhaskar Rao
Usha Thorat
Dr. Rakesh Mohan &
Tiff Macklem
Dr. Rakesh Mohan
Dr. C. Rangarajan
Dr. Rakesh Mohan
A.K. Bera
Prof. Amitabh Kundu
Shri G. Padmanabhan
R. Gandhi
Shri G. Srinivasan
Shri V.K. Sharma
Kub Rao
S. Ramaswamy
Dr. K.C. Chakrabarty
V.S. Das
Dr. J. Sadakkadulla
Dr. Balvant Singh
C.P. Swarankar

Dr. K.G. karmakar
Shri S.C. Gupta
Shri S.S. Johi
Shri K.S.R. Rao
Dr. R.B. Barman
Dr. Rakesh Mohan

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• Working group on improvement of banking services in
• Working group on cost of NRI remittances
• Working group to formulate a scheme for ensuring reasonableness of bank charges
• Committee on Full Capital account convertibility
• Committee on financial sector plan for north eastern region
• Survey on impact of trade related measures on transaction costs of exports
• Advisory committee on ways and means advances to State governments
• Need and use behavior for small denomination coins
• Debt sustainability at State level in India

• Internal Group to examine issues relating to rural credit and microfinance
• Working group to review export credit
• Internal working Group on RRBs
• Working group on warehouse receipts and commodity futures
• Internal Group to review guidelines on credit flow to SME Sector
• Working group on Regulatory Mechanism for cards
• Group on model fiscal responsibility legislation at state level
• Task force on revival of cooperative credit institutions
• Special group for formulation of Debt restructuring mechanism for medium enterprises
• Working group on screen based trading in government securities
• Expert group on internet deployment of central database management system (CDBMS)
• Report on monitoring of financial conglomerates
• Working group on development financial institutions
• Advisory Committee to advise on the administered interest rates and rationalisation of saving instruments
• Advisory committee on flow of credit to agriculture
• Working group on flow of credit to SSI sector
• Group to study the pension liabilities of the state governments
• Rupee interest rate derivatives
• Working group on instruments of sterlisation
• Working group on information on state government guaranteed advances and bonds
• Working group on cheque truncation and e-cheques
• Working group on introduction of credit derivatives in India
• Group to assess the fiscal risk of state government guarantees
• Advisory committee on ways and means advances to state governments
• Working group on rupee derivatives

Dr. N.D. Jadhav
V.S. Das
P.K. Pain
N. Sadasivam
S.S. Tarapore
Smt. Usha Thorat
Balwant Singh
M.P. Bezbaruah
shashank Bhide and
R.K. Pattnaik
Shri H.R. Khan
Shri Anand Sinha
Shri A.V. Sardesai
Shri Prashant Saran
Shri C.S. Murthy
Shri R. Gandhi
Shri H.R. Khan
Prof. A. Vaidyanathan
Shri G. Srinivasan
Prof. A. Vaidyanathan
Dr. R.H. Patil
Shri N. Sadasivan
Dr. Rakesh Mohan
Prof. V.S. Vyas
Dr. A.S. Ganguly
B.K. Bhattacharya
Shri G. Padmanabhan
Smt. Usha Thorat
Shri G. Padmanabhan
Dr. Barman, ED
Shri B. Mahapatra
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Working group for suggesting operational and prudential guidelines on STRIPS (Separately Traded Registered Interest and
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Working group on electronic money
Working group on economic indicators
Information systems audit policy for the banking and financial sector
Working group on consolidated accounting and other quantitative methods to facilitate consolidated supervision
Expert committee to review the system of administered interest rates and other related issues
Inter-departmental group to study the rationalisation of current account facility with reserve bank of India
The Expert Committee on legal aspects of Bank frauds
The Standing Committee on international financial standards and codes standing committee on international financial standards and codes
Technical group on market integrity
Technical group on phasing out of non-banks from call/notice money market (March 2001)
Core group on voluntary disclosure norms for state governments
Task force to study the cooperative credit system and suggest measures for its strengthening
Internal group to review the guidelines related to commercial paper
High Power Committee on urban cooperative banks
Working group for setting up credit information bureau in India
Committee for redesigning of financial statements of non-banking financial companies
Working group on restructuring weak public sector banks
Working group for working out modalities on dissemination of information in electronic form

• Committee on technology upgradation in the banking sector
• Working group of EURO
• New monetary aggregates
• Committee on capital account convertibility

Shri A.L. Narasimhan
Dr. R.H. Patil
Shri G. Ramachandran
Shri Deepak Mohanty
Shri M.R. Ramesh

Mr. Zarir J. Cama
Dr. R.B. barman
Dr.R.B. Burman
Shri Vipin Malik
Dr. Y.V. Reddy
Shri K.W. Korgaonkar
Dr. N.L. Mitra
Dr. Y.V. Reddy

Shri C.R. Muralidharan
Dr. Y.V. Reddy
Dr. Y.V. Reddy
Shri Jagdish Kapoor
Dr. Y.V. Reddy
Shri Madhav Rao
Shri N.H. Siddiqui
Shri V.S.N. Murthy
Shri M.S. Verma
Shri Y.S.P. Thorat and
Shri C.R.
Dr. A. Vasudevan
Dr. Y.V. Reddy
Shri S.S. Tarapore

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Metals and their Ores


Sodium (Na)
Aluminium (Al)
Potassium (K)
Magnesium (Mg)
Calcium (Ca)
Strontium (Sr)
Copper (Cu)
Silver (Ag)
Gold (Au)
Barium (Ba)
Zinc (Zc)
Mercury (Hg)
Tin (Sn)
Lead (Pb)
Antimony (Sb)
Cadmium (Cd)
Bismuth (Bi)
Iron (Fe) pyrites Cobalt (Co)
Nickel (Ni)
Magnese (Mn)
Uranium (U)

Chile, Saltpetre Trona, Borax, Common salt
Bauxite, Corundum, Felspar, Cryolite, Alunite, Kaolin
Nitre (Salt Peter), Carnalite
Magnesite, Dolomite, Epsom salt, Kieserite, Carnalite
Dolomite, Calcite, Gypsum, Fluorospar, Asbestes
Strontianite, Silestine
Cuprite, Copper glance, Copper pyrites
Ruby Silver, Horn silver
Calaverite, Silvenite
Zinc Blende, Zincite, Calamine
Haemetite, Lemonite, Magnetite, Siderite, Iron pyritesh, Copper
Pyrolusite, Magneite
Carnetite, Pitch blende

Alloys & their uses


German Silver
Rolled gold
Gun metal
Delta metal
Munz metal
Dutch metal
Monel metal
Rose metal
Type metal
Bell metal

In making utensils
In making coins, bell and utensils
In making utensils
In making cheap ornaments
In making gun, barrels, gears and bearings
In making blades of aeroplane
In making coins
In making artificial ornaments
For base containing container
For making automatic fuse
For soldering
For frame of aeroplane
For making utensils
In printing industry
For casting bells, statues

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Nickel steel

For making utensils and surgical cutlery
For making electrical wire, automobile parts

Natiional Organisation
National Centre of Organic Farming
National Plant Protection Training Institute
Directorate of Marketing & Inspection
National Institute of Agricultural Marketing
Small Farmers Agribusiness Consortium (SFAC)
Central Frozen Semen Production & Training Institute
Random Sample Poultry Performance Testing Centre
Central Sheep Breeding Farm
National Institute of Animal Health
Indian Veterinary Research Institute
Disease Investigation Laboratory
Institute of Animal Health & Veterinary Biologicals
Animal Health Institute
Institute of Animal Health & Biologicals
Institute of Veterinary Biologicals
Central Institute of Fisheries, Nautical and
Engineering Training
Integrated Fisheries Project
Central Institute of Coastal Engineering for Fisheries
Vivekananda Parvathiya Krishi Anusandhan Shala
Central Agriculture Research Institute
Central Agricultural University
Export Inspection Council
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP)
Marine Products Export Development Authority
Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export
Development Authority (APEDA)
Federation of Indian Export Organisation (FIEO)
Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA)
Indian Diamond Institute
Postal Staff College
Advanced Level Telecom Centre (ALTTC)
Bharat Ratna Bhim Rao Ambedkar Institute of Telecom
Training (BRBRAITT)
National Academy of Telecom Finance and
Management (NATFM)
Telecommunication Engineering Centre (TEC)
Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute

Hyderabad (1966)
Jaipur (8 Aug., 1988)
New Delhi (18 Jan., 1994)
Hessarghatta, Karnataka
Baghpat (UP)
Khanapara, Guwahati
Port Blair
New Delhi
New Delhi
Kochi (20 April 1972)
New Delhi, (1986)
New Delhi
New Delhi
Surat, (1978)
Ghaziabad, (1975)
New Delhi

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Defence Services Staff College
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National Bal Bhavan
National Council for Teacher Education
National Council of Education Research & Training (NCERT)
Central Institute of Indian Language (CIIL)
Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL)
Maharishi Sandipani Rashtriya Veda Vidya Prathisthan
Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
Rashtriay Sanskrit Vidyapeetha
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha
Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR)
Indian Council of Philosophical Research (ICPR)
Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (IIAS)
Indian Council of Social Science (ICSSR)
Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
Indian Institute of Information Technology Management (IITM)
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT)
Indian Institute of IT, Design & manufacturing (IIITDM)
National Book Trust (NBT)
National Power Training Institute (NPTI)
Central Power Research Institute (CPRI)
Appellate Tribunal for Electricity
Centre for Wind Energy Technology (C-WET)
Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA)
Botanical Survey of India
Zoological Survey of India
Forest Survey of India
National Biodiversity Authority
National Institute of Animal Welfare (NIAW)
Animal Welare Board of India
Indian Board of Wildlife
Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)
G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and
Development (GBPIHED)
Indian Council of Forest Research & Education (ICFRE)
Forest Research Institute
Arid Forest Research Institute
Rain Forest Research Institute
Institute of Wood Science & Technology
Tropial Forestry Research Institute

Belgaum, Chail, Dholpur
Dehradun, (13 Mar 1922)
Dehradun, (1932)
Secunderabad, (Jun 1970)
New Delhi, (1956)
New Delhi, (Aug 1995)
New Delhi
New Delhi, (1970)
New Delhi
New Delhi, (1972)
New Delhi and
Lucknow, (1977)
Shimla, (1965)
New Delhi
New Delhi, (Sep 1985)
New Delhi
New Delhi
Delhi, (7 Apr 2004)
Kolkata, (13 Feb 1890)
Kolkata, (1916)
Dehradun, (1 Jun 1981)
Chennai, (1 Oct., 2003)
Ballabhgarh, Faridabad
Delhi, (Sept., 1974)
Almora, (1988)

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Resources Development
Indian Plywood Industries Research and Training Institute
Indian Institute of Forest Management
Wildlife Institute of India
Salim Ali Centre for Criminology and National
History (SACONH)
Centre for Environmental Education
CPR Environmental Education Centre
Centre for Ecological Sciences
Centre for Mining Environment
Centre for Environmental Management of
Degraded Ecosystems
Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute
Madras School of Economics
Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Tradition
Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy
Tropical Forest Research Institute
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)
Central Health Education Bureau
National Academy of Medical Science
National Institute of Ayurveda
National Institute of Siddha
National Institute for Unani Medicine
Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga
National Institute of Naturopathy
National Institute of Homeopathy
Rashtriya Ayurvedic Vidyapeeth
The Institute of Post Graduate Teaching and
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South India Textile Research Association
Northern India Textiles Research Association
Indian Jute Research Association
The Wool Research Association
Sardar Vallabhbhai Institute of Textile Management
Rashtriya Chemicals Fertiliser Ltd.
Institute of Pesticide Formulation Technology
Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd.
Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd.,
Centre of Plastic Engineering & Technology
Indian Bureau of Mines
National Aluminium Company Ltd. (NALCO)
Hindustan Copper Ltd. (HCL)

New Delhi, (1 Apr 1987)
New Delhi, (6 Dec 1956)
New Delhi, (1961)
New Delhi
New Delhi
Jamnagar (Gujarat)
Coimbatore, (24 Dec.,
Trombay, (Oct., 1965)
Gurgaon, (1991)
Raigad, (Mahrashtra),
(1960) Pimpri? Pune,
(30 Mar 1954)
Chennai, (1968)
Nagpur, (1948)
Orissa, (7 Jan 1981)
Khetri, Rajasthan
(9 May 1967)

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Indian Institute of Astro Physics
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Raman Research Institute
S.N. Bose National Centres for Basic Science
Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleobotany
Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
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International Advance Research Centre for
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Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council
Vigyan Prasar
National Accredition Board for Testing and
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Centre for Liquid Crystal Research
Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observation Science
Survey Training Institute
Indian Academy of Science
Indian National Science Academy
Indian National Academy of Engineering
National Academy of Science
Indian Science Congress Association
Department of Atomic Energy
Nuclear Fuel Complex
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Project
Tarapur Atomic Power Project
Aryabhatta Atomic Power Project
Narora Atomic Power Project
Kakrapara Atomic Power Project
Kaiga Atomic Power Project
Electronics Corp of India Ltd.
BARC’s Radiation Medicine Centre
Krishi Utpadan Sanrakshan Kendra (KRUSHAK)
Radiation Processing Plant
BRITs Biomolecule Producing Laboratory
Shiram Centre for Industrial Research
International Institute of Population Studies
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Harish Chandra Research Institute
Institute of Physics
National Centre for Biological Science of TIFR
Board for Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS)
National Board for Higher Mathematics
Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre

Udaipur, (1966)
New Delhi
New Delhi, (1989)
New Delhi
New Delhi
New Delhi
Mumbai, (1954)
Hyderabad, (1971)
Mumbai, (1969)
Rajasthan, (1973)
Bulandsahar, (1991)
Gujarat, (1993)
Hyderabad, (1967)
Lasagoan (Nasik)
Navi Mumbai
Jonaki, Hyderabad
Kharghar, Navi Mumbai
Kolkata, (1977)

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Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute
Institute of Life Science
Indian Agriculture Research Institute (IARI)
Biotechnology Park
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Rail Coach Factory
Rail Wheel Factory
LBS College of Advance Maritime Studies and Research
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Cochin Shipyard Ltd.
Hindustan Shipyard Ltd.
Hooghly Dock and Port Engineers Ltd.
Inland Waterways Authority of India
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Central Inland Water Transport Corporation
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Urban Akademi
Flying Training School
Commission of Railway Safety
Indian Institute of Tourism & Travel Management
National Institute of Water Sports
Artificial Lims Manufacturing Corporation of India
National Institute for Visually Handicapped
National Institute for Orthopaedically Handicapped
Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for Hearing Handicapped
National Institute for Mentally Handicapped
National Institute of Rehabilitation Training and Research
Institute for the Physically Handicapped
Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities
Sports Authority of India
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Laskmibai National College of Physical Education
High Altitude Training Centre
The Central Soil and Materials Research Station
Central Water & Power Research Station
Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee

Trombay, (2000)
Bengaluru, (1969)
Chennai, (1993)
Hyderabad, (Feb 1999)
New Delhi
New Delhi
Powai, Mumbai
Cochin (1972)
Kolkata, (1984)
Noida, (1986)
Patna, Feb (2004)
Kolkata, (1967)
Fursatganj, (UP)
Kanpur, (1972)
New Delhi
Delhi, (1984)
Shillaroo (HP)
New Delhi
Pune, (1916)
Vadodara, (1980)

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Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity
National Film Archieve of India
Film & Television Institute of India
Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute
Central Board of Film Certification
Film Division
Publication Division
Press Trust of India (PTI)
V.V. Giri National Labour Institute
Central Board for Workers Education (CBWE)
Labour Bureau
National Vocational Training Institute for Women
National Instructional Media Institute
Central Staff Training & Research Institute
Central Training Institute for Instructors
Director General of Mines Safety
National Judicial Academy

Delhi, (1969)
Roorkee, (1978)
New Delhi, (23 Nov
New Delhi, (1953)
Mumbai, (1955)
Pune, (1964)
Mumbai, (Jan 1948)
New Delhi, (27 Aug
Nagpur, (1958)
Kolkata, (1968)
Chennai, (1960)
Bhopal, (17 Aug 1993)

General Knowledge


Big Ben
Brandenberg Gate Berlin
New York
Brown House
Buckingham PalaceLondon
Downing Street
Eiffel Tower
Fleet Street
Harley Street
Hyde Park
India House
Leaning Tower
Pisa (Italy)

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Red Square
Scotland Yard
Shew-Dragon Pagoda
Statue of Liberty New York
Wailing Wall
Wall Street
New York
Westminster AbbeyLondon
White Hall
White House


Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
1. Hanging Garden of Babylon
2. Temple of Diana at Ephesus (Rome)
3. Statue of Jupiter at Olympia
4. Pyramids of Egypt
5. Mausoleum of Mausolus (Ruler of Halicarnasus)
6. Light House of Alexandria
7. The colossus of Rhodes
Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
1. Great Wall of China
2. Porcelain Tower of Nanjing (China)
3. Colosseum of Rome (Italy)
4. Stonehenge of England
5. Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy)
6. Catacombs of Alexandria
7. Mosque at St. Sophia (Constantinople)
Other Wonders of the World
1. The Sphinx, near Gizeh (Ghiza) in Egypt
2. The Catacombs at Rome
3. The Circus Maximus at Rome
4. The Taj Mahal at Agra (India)
5. Angkorvat Temple in Combodia
6. The Alhambra at Granada in S. Spain
7. Shew Dragon Pagoda or the Golden Pagoda at Yangon in Myanmar

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1. The Taj Mahal, Agra, India
2. The Great Wall of China, China
3. The Pink Ruins of Petra, Jordan
4. The Statue of Christ the Redeemer, Brazil
5. Incan Ruins of Machu Pichu, Peru
6. The Ancient Mayan City of Chichen Itza, Mexico
7. The Colosseum of Rome, Italy

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Instituted in 1972. This award is conferred by the Templeton Foundation for progress in religion.
It was inauguarated in 1972 by John M. Templeton, a persbyterian of Nassau Bahamas. The prize is a sum in amount of 795,000 Sterling, more than $1.4 million, and it is the world’s largest annual monetary prize given to an individual.

UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation recognise the efforts and contributions of individuals and organisations within the private sector, including private-public partnerships, who have successfully restored and conserved structures and buildings of heritage value in the Asia-Pacific region.


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The award was named after Dronacharya–the legendary guru of the epic age of Mahabharat, who taught archery and sports to Kauravas and Pandavas.
The award comprises fo a cheque, a plaque, a blazer and a citation. Up to 1986, the cash value of the award was Rs.25,000.

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Count of Monte Cristo
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Dark Horse
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Deserted Village
Descent of Man
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
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Samuel Butler
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Farm House
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Farewell to Arms
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First Circle
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Freedom at Midnight

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Islamic Bomb
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Like Water for Chocolate
Long Walk to Freedom
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Man of Destiny
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Man-eaters of Kumoan
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Midnight’s Children
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