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TEST 1 ENVIRONMENT ISSUES (MOST EXPECTED QUESTIONS)HCS PRELIMINARY EXAM 2017

TEST 1 ENVIRONMENT ISSUES (MOST EXPECTED QUESTIONS)HCS PRELIMINARY EXAM 2017

TEST 1 (ENVIRONMENT, MOST EXPECTED QUESTIONS) HCS PRELIMINARY EXAM 2017

ANS TEST 1 ENVIRONMENT 5 JAN 2017

HCS PRELIMINARY EXAM 2017 (NOTIFICATION IN JAN/FEB,2017 & EXAM IN APRIL/MAY 2017)

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Test No Date of Mock Test                    Topics Covered(Most Expected Questions Only) Essential References 
1 January 5,2017 Environment Policies ,laws & act(Haryana & India),Environment impact assessment,Environment Problems,energy crisis,Concepts & Components of the Environment, Terrestrial ecosystem, Aquatic ecosystem, Bioremediation, Radioactive pollution,E-Waste,Pollutants, Climate Change,Acidification, Eutrophication,Ozone Depletion, Mitigation Strategies,  India and Climate Change, Environmental conventions &organizations    Down to Earth magazine,Our Environment –NCERT (VII)- Ecology andEnvironment – ICSEbooks 9th to 12th -Ecology &Environment (IndiaYear Book), Kushmanda Notes
2 January 7,2017 Zoology:Biocommunication.Cell Biology,Life processes – Nutrition, Respiration, Muscle movement, skeletal system,circulatory system, excretion, Genetics – The science of heredity,Diseases and Defence Mechanisms,Origin and Evolution of life  11th  and 12th NCERT :  Science Kushmanda Notes,
3 January 9 EconomyI:Companies Act,Make in India, Skill India, PPP, Investment models ,Recent initiatives taken by the govt,PDSFive year Plans: Priorities and Performance, Issues related to planningEconomic Policies till 1991 ,Economic Reforms since 1991: End of license Raj, Liberalization, Privatisation and Globalisation, FDI, FII, issues, challenges etc.
Indian EconomyDutta andSundaram, 11th NCERT:Economics: IndianEconomicDevelopment- 12thNCERT:Economics:Macroeconomics-Indian Economy

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Pratiyogita Darpan,Kushmanda Notes

4 January 11 HARYANA ECONOMY I Kushmanda notes, Arihant book
5 January 13 HARYANA ECONOMY II Kushmanda notes, Arihant book
6 January 15 Physics:Standards and units,Mechanics and properties of matter,Heat,Sound, Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Atomic and Nuclear physics, Modern Physics , Astronomy and Space Science 11th and 12th NCERT: ScienceKushmanda Notes
7 January 17 Chemistry: Matters and its nature, Chemical Reactions and Equations, Structure of the Atom,Periodic classification of elements, Chemical Bonding,Carbon and its compoundAcid, Bases and Salts ,Metals and Nonmetals Thermodynamics,Nanotechnology,Agricultural Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry,  Food Chemistry, Bio Chemistry , Polymers and Plastics 11th and 12th NCERT: Science,Kushmanda Notes
8 January 19 Current Affairs (dec-2016) THE HINDU, THE TRIBUNE,Kushmanda Notes
9 January 21 Ancient history I: Prehistoric period ,Harappan / Indus Valley Civilization ,Vedic Age,Mahajanapadas ,Religious Reforms KUSHMSNDA NOTES
10 January 23 Ancient History II: Mauryan Age & Post Mauryan Age ,Sangam Age,Guptas Age & Post Guptas Age KUSHMSNDA NOTES
11 January 25 Art & Culture :Architecture: Indus Valley Civilization, The Mauryan Architecture, The Sungas, Kushanas, Satavahanas & Guptas, The Temple Architecture, Indo-Islamic Architecture,Modern Architecture Sculpture: Indian Sculpture and Different schools of Art KUSHMSNDA NOTES
12 January 27 Art & Culture: Indian Paintings: Historical development – Wall Paintings, Cave and Mural Paintings, Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Rajput Paintings, Folk Paintings, Other Paintings, Modern IndianPaintings & PersonalitiesReligion and Philosophy :Religion: Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism,Islam, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, JudaismPhilosophy:  Six Schools of Philosophy,Ajivika, Lokayata etc. KUSHMSNDA NOTES
13 January 29 Ancient History: Indian Music: Classical Music, Hindustani Music, Carnatic Music, Folk Music TraditionIndian Dance: Classical Dance forms in India,Folk Dances, Modern Dance in IndiaPuppetry and Theatre: Different forms ofPuppetry in India, Theatres in India: FolkTheatre, Modern Theatre, People Associatedwith Theatres, Indian Cinema and CircusLanguage & Literature: Indian Language,Indian Literature KUSHMSNDA NOTES
14 January 31 GEOGRAPHY I: Origin and evolution of Universe, Solar systemGeological History of the EarthGeological Time scaleLatitude and Longitude including importantParallels and MeridiansMotions of the Earth and their effectsInclination of the Earth’s Axis and its effectsLocal and Standard Time and the InternationalDate Line, CalendarEclipses – Solar, LunarThe Atmosphere – Structure, Composition

Aurora and Magnetic Storms

Weather & Climate

Insolation, Heat Budget, Distribution of

temperature, Temperature Inversion

Pressure and Pressure belts

Winds – Planetary, Seasonal and Local; Jet Streams

Precipitation – Forms & Types, Distribution of

rainfall

Air Masses, Cyclones and anti-cyclones

NCERT:Fundamental ofPhysical Geography- Certificate physicaland humangeography – Goh,Cheng LeongOld NCERT Books ofGeography(Class 9,10,11,12) 

Kushmanda Notes

15 FEBRUARY1 GEOGRAPHY II: Oceans of the world – Features, Ocean waves,currents, tides & Tsunamis, Temperature &Salinity distribution, marine resourcesThe Lithosphere – Interior structure of the earth, Earth’s crust, Classification of rocks.Landform Development – First order (continental drift theory, sea floor spreading, plate tectonics theory), Second order (Mountains, Plateaus, Plains & other landforms)  Internal forces & their impact – Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Folding, Faulting, Isostasy) External forces & their impact – Weathering,Erosion & landforms thus developed  Soils – Classification, distribution, erosion &Conservation ,World Climatic regions ,Continents – Major physical features, naturalresources ,Map Based Questions from India (Location of state,city, river, lakes, minerals, important places including Ramsar sites, Biosphere Reserves, Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks)  NCERT:Fundamental ofPhysical Geography- Certificate physicaland humangeography – Goh,Cheng LeongOld NCERT Books ofGeography(Class 9,10,11,12) 
16 FEBRUARY 3 POLITY I:Political systems: Democratic & NonDemocratic,Parliamentary & Presidential,Unitary & Federal,Direct and Representative,Republicand Monarchy etc.ConstitutionalismHistorical Underpinnings ,Evolution & Making of the Constitution ,Features and Significant Provisions  ,The Preamble ,The Union and its Territory ,Citizenship Class IX and X NCERT:Democratic Politics- 11th NCERT: IndianConstitution at Work- Indian Polity by MLaxmikanth 
17 FEBRUARY 5 POLITY II:Fundamental Rights ,Directive PrinciplesFundamental Duties  ,Amendment of Constitution, President ,Vice President Class IX and X NCERT:Democratic Politics- 11th NCERT: IndianConstitution at Work- Indian Polity by MLaxmikanth Kushmanda Notes
18 FEBRUARY 7 Fairs, Festivals and Craft: Religious Festivals,Secular Festivals (States & UT’s), Art & CraftsScience & Technology,Ancient, Science &Technology, Medieval Science & Technology,Famous Personalities in Ancient and Medieval IndiaPromotion and Preservation of IndianHeritage: Indian Word Heritage Sites, CulturalHeritage Sites, Natural Heritage Sites,Important Institutions KUSHMSNDA NOTES
19 FEBRUARY 9 POLITY III:Prime minister ,Central Council of Ministers and Cabinet committees Parliament: The Council of States, The House of People, Disqualification and Vacation ofSeats, Presiding Officers of Parliament, Houses:Their Working, Legislative Procedures in Parliament, Budget, Powers and Functions of Parliament: Its Role, Committees ofParliament, Parliamentary ForumsGovernor ,Chief Minister ,State Council of Minister ,State Legislature  ,Indian FederalismCentre State Relations   ,Emergency Provisions Class IX and X NCERT:Democratic Politics- 11th NCERT: IndianConstitution at Work- Indian Polity by MLaxmikanth Kushmanda Notes
20 FEBRUARY 11 POLITY IV: Panchayati Raj  ,Local Urban GovernmentSupreme Court ,High Courts ,Subordinate Courts: District Courts, Gram Nyayalayas, ADRs, NALSA etc., Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive,Ministries and Departments of the Government.  Class IX and X NCERT:Democratic Politics- 11th NCERT: IndianConstitution at Work- Indian Polity by MLaxmikanth Kushmanda Notes
21 FEBRUARY 13 HARYANA GEOGRAPHY I Kushmanda notes, Arihant book
22 FEBRUARY 15 HARYANA GEOGRAPHY II Kushmanda notes, Arihant book
23 FEBRUARY 17 POLITY V:Constitutional BodiesElection Commission ,Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) .State Public Service Commission (SPSC) .Finance CommissionCAG ,Attorney general of India ,Advocate general of India ,Special officer for Linguistic Minorities  ,National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) ,National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) Class IX and X NCERT:Democratic Politics- 11th NCERT: IndianConstitution at Work- Indian Polity by MLaxmikanth Kushmanda Notes
24 FEBRUARY 19 POLITY VI:Non-Constitutional BodiesNITI Aayog ,NHRC, Governing Council, SHRC, CIC, SIC, CVC,CBI, Lokpal, Lokayukta, NCPCR etc.Other Constitutional DimensionsProvisions related to Language ,Rights and Liabilities of the government ,National Commission to Review the Working ofthe Constitution ,Co-operative societies ,TribunalsGovernance e-Governance   ,RTI, Citizen’s Charter & Anti-Corruption Class IX and X NCERT:Democratic Politics- 11th NCERT: IndianConstitution at Work- Indian Polity by MLaxmikanth Kushmanda Notes
25 FEBRUARY 21 Indian Geography Major Crops grown in IndiaAgro-Climatic RegionsTypes of Cultivation and FarmingLand Reforms and Land use patternAnimal Husbandry, Fisheries and AquacultureWater Resources- Availability and potential:Lakes, rivers, dams, power and irrigationprojects, wetlands and inter-linking of riversMineral Resources- classification and distributionEnergy Resources- conventional and nonconventional

resources

Population and Growth trends – density, sex

ratio, literacy, tribes and racial groups in India

Rural and Urban Settlements- types and

patterns ,Industries- types and their locational factors ,Transport and Communication -railways,

highways, inland water transport, shipping and sea-ports, air transport

NCERT:Fundamental of Physical Geography- Certificate physicaland humangeography – Goh,Cheng LeongOld NCERT Books ofGeography(Class 9,10,11,12) Kushmanda Notes
26 FEBRUARY 23 World Physical Geography: Location: Latitude, Longitude, Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of CapricornImportant physical features & regions of theworld ,Climate, Vegetation and Soils  NCERT:Fundamental ofPhysical Geography- Certificate physicaland humangeography – Goh,Cheng LeongOld NCERT Books ofGeography(Class 9,10,11,12) Kushmanda Notes
27 FEBRUARY 25 World Economic Geography:Agriculture, Industry, Mineral resources,Infrastructure, Location factors and distribution of key natural resources across the worldWorld Population, density & distribution, races & tribes, settlements & migrationMap Based Questions from World (Location ofstate, city, mountains, plateaus, river, lakes,minerals etc.) NCERT:Fundamental ofPhysical Geography- Certificate physicaland humangeography – Goh,Cheng LeongOld NCERT Books ofGeography(Class 9,10,11,12) Kushmanda Notes
28 FEBRUARY 27 Medieval IndiaEarly Medieval Period: North India and South IndiaSultanate Period: The Delhi Sultanate,Vijayanagar & other Kingdoms, ReligiousMovements, Bhakti Movement, SufiMovement KUSHMSNDA NOTES
29 MARCH1 Mughal Period KUSHMSNDA NOTES
30 MARCH3 India under East India Company’s Rule Administration- Struggle among European powers in India- Regulating Acts and Charter Acts: Regulating Actof 1773, Pitt’s India Act 1773 and Charter acts of1784, 1793, 1813,1833, 1853- Indian Kingdoms in 18thcentury: Marathas,Punjab, Mysore, Hyderabad etc.-  British Expansion policy: Doctrine of lapse,

Subordinate alliance etc.

- Economic policies and their impact

- Education Policies

 

Old NCERT: ModernIndia by Bipin Chndra-India’s struggle forIndependence – BipinChandra 
31 MARCH 5 Works of British   Governor Generals- Socio – Religious Reform Movements in the19th century India: Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj,Theosophical Society, Ramakrishna Movement,Muslim reform movements, Parsi reformmovements, Sikh Reform Movements etc.- The Great Revolt of 1857- Changes in Indian Administration after 1858- Growth of Political Ideas and PoliticalOrganisations (up to 1885) Foundation of the Indian National Congress- Moderate Phase  (1885 – 1905)

 

 Old NCERT: ModernIndia by Bipin Chndra-India’s struggle forIndependence – BipinChandraKushmanda Notes
32 MARCH 7 The rise of Extremism or Neo-Nationalism- The first phase of Revolutionary Terrorism- Partition of Bengal and the Swadeshi Movement- The Surat Split- The Foundation of All-India Muslim League- The Morley-Minto Reforms or the Indian CouncilsAct, 1909- The Delhi Durbar and the Annulment of Partitionof Bengal (1911)- The Lucknow Pact (1916)- The Home Rule Movement

- Montague Declaration (1917)

- Montague-Chelmsford Reforms or the

Government of India Act, 1919

- The Beginning of the Gandhian Era

- The Khilafat Movement (1920-22)  and Non

Cooperation Movement

- Thc Swarajya Party

 

Old NCERT: ModernIndia by Bipin Chndra-India’s struggle forIndependence – BipinChandra Kushmanda Notes
33 MARCH 9 HISTORY :The Left Movement- The second phase of Revolutionary and Terrorist Movement – Anti-Simon Commission Agitation (1928-29)- Nehru Report, 1928 – Fourteen Points of Jinnah – The Lahore Session, 1929 – The Civil Disobedience Movement (The firstphase)- The Dandi March, March 12, 1930 — March 5,1931- Gandhi-Irwin Pact, 1931 , Second Round Table Conference, 1931,Second Phase of Civil Disobedience Movement ,Third Round Table Conference, 1932 ,The Government of India Act, 1935,Provincial Elections and Formation of popular Ministries in Provinces, 1937  Other Political Developments, 1934-39 , The Struggle in the Princely States: The PrajaMandal Movement — Communalism: Different phases and forms of communalism in British India,The Second World War and the National,Movement,The August Offer 1940,The Individual Satyagraha 1940-41 ,The Cripps Proposal, 1942 Old NCERT: ModernIndia by Bipin Chndra-India’s struggle forIndependence – BipinChandra Kushmanda Notes
34 MARCH 11 ECONOMY:National Income Accounting: ● Definition● Concepts: GDP, GNP, Market Price and FactorCost, NNP, NDP, transfer payments, Nationalincome at FC, Personal Income, disposableincome, factors affecting national income, netforeign facto income● Measurement of national income: valueadded method, income method, expendituremethod, Application of various methods, Baseyear, GDP deflator

● Debates around GDP and other indices

Money and Banking

  • · Money: Definition, Functions and significance,

Evolution of Money, Money supply in India

and factors affecting it

  • · Banking:

o Need of banks, Function, Commercial Banks

o Central Bank: Importance, functions,

Structure, Policy tools, Monetary Policy (CRR,

SLR, OMO, Repo and Rev Repo, MSF etc.)

o Banking Reforms

11th NCERT:Economics: IndianEconomicDevelopment- 12thNCERT:Economics:Macroeconomics-Indian Economy(Special Issue) -Pratiyogita Darpan-Economic Survey of

India

 Kushmanda Notes

35 MARCH 13 The Quit India Movement, I942- Subhas Bose and Indian National Army- Wavell Plan and Simla Conference 1945- General Elections in India, 1945- Naval Mutiny:  1946- The Constituent Assembly- Attlee’s Declaration- The Indian Independence Act, 1947- PartitionOther Dimensions-  Tribal Movements

-  Peasants Movement

-  Dalit Movements

- Women movements

- Role of Press and Publications

- Role of Business groups

- Foreign policies of British India

- Miscellaneous: Reforms / Acts / Committee,

Congress Sessions, Governor –General Viceroys

etc.

Old NCERT: ModernIndia by Bipin Chndra-India’s struggle forIndependence – BipinChandra Kushmanda Notes
36 MARCH 15 HARYANA CURRENT AFFAIRS I Kushmanda notes, THE TRIBUNE NEWS PAPER
37 MARCH 17 HARYANA CURRENT AFFAIRS II Kushmanda notes, THE TRIBUNE NEWS PAPER
38 MARCH 19 Inflation: Definition, Inflationary Gap andInflationary Process, Inflation Cycles: DemandPull Inflation, Cost Push Inflation, Causes ofInflation, Inflation Control measures

  • · Unemployment: Types of Unemployment:

Structural, Seasonal, Frictional, Cyclical,

Nature of Unemployment in India

Government budgeting and Fiscal Policy

  • · Budgeting:  Evolution of Budgeting,

Institutions and Laws, The Union Budget:

Components – Revenue Account, Capital

Account, Measures of Government Deficit

etc., Weaknesses in the Budgetary Process

  • · Fiscal Policy:  Public Finance – Role and

Importance, Public Expenditure – Revenue and

Capital, Development and Non-Development,

Public Revenue – Sources of Revenue, Taxes:

Classification, Direct and Indirect, Specific and

Ad Valorem, Social and Economic Objectives

of Taxes, Objectives of Taxation, GST, d.)

Public Debt, Deficit Financing

External Sector and Currency Exchange rate

  • · Balance of Payments: Definition, Current and

Capital Accounts, Convertibility, Items

Included in BoP,  BoP and BoT

  • · International Trade and Bodies: IMF: Purpose and

Objectives, Organization and Functions, Working

and Evaluation, IMF and Underdeveloped

Countries, SDR’s, Reforms etc., World Bank,

Bilateral and Regional Cooperation

Capital Markets

  • · Basic Terms and Concepts, Equity and debt

 

Instruments, Primary market and Secondary

markets etc.

11th NCERT:Economics: IndianEconomicDevelopment- 12thNCERT:Economics:Macroeconomics-Indian Economy(Special Issue) -Pratiyogita Darpan-Economic Survey of

India

 Kushmanda Notes

39 MARCH 21 CURRENT AFFAIRS NOV 2016 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPERKushmanda Notes
40 MARCH 23 CURRENT AFFAIRS OCT 2016 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
41 MARCH 25 CURRENT AFFAIRS SEPT2016 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
42 MARCH 27 CURRENT AFFAIRS AUG 2016 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
43 MARCH 29 CURRENT AFFAIRS JULY2016 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
44 APRIL1 CURRENT AFFAIRS JAN 2017 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
45 APRIL 3 CURRENT AFFAIRS JUNE 2016 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
46 APRIL 5 CURRENT AFFAIRS FEB 2017 THE HINDU,THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER
47 APRIL 7 Economic Survey 2015-16  
48 APRIL 9 Budget 2016 – 17  
49 APRIL 11 India Year Book 2016 PART I  
50 APRIL 13 India Year Book 2016 PART II  
51 APRIL 15 FULL INDIAN HISTORY  
52 APRIL 17 FULL  GEOGRAPHY  
53 APRIL 19 FULL  SCIENCE  
54 APRIL 21 FULL ECONOMY  
55 APRIL 23 FULL POLITY  
56 APRIL 25 FULL HARYANA GK I  
57 APRIL 27 FULL HARYANA GKII  
58 APRIL 29 FULL LENGTH TEST  ( COMPLETE SYLLABUS )  
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