Modern Indian HistoryAdvent of the Europeans in IndiaPortuguese
Dutch
English
Danes
French
Why the English Succeeded against Other European Powers
India on the Eve of British ConquestChallenges before the Mughals – External & Internal
Causes of Decline of Mughal Empire
Rise of Regional States
Socio-Economic Conditions – Agriculture, Society & Culture, Education & Trade
Annexation  during british rules
Expansion and Consolidation of British Power in IndiaCauses of British Success in India
British Conquest of Bengal
Carnatic Wars
Anglo-Mysore Wars
Anglo-Maratha Wars
Conquest of Sindh
Conquest of Punjab
Extension of British Paramountcy Through Administrative PolicyThe Policy of Ring-Fence
Subsidiary Alliance
Doctrine of Lapse & Wood’s Despatch
Relations of British India with Neighbouring CountriesAnglo-Burmese Relations
Anglo-Tibetan Relations
Anglo-Afghan Relations 
John Lawrence and the Policy of Masterly Inactivity
Lytton and the Policy of Proud Reserve 
British India and the North-West Frontier
People’s Resistance Against British Before 1857Civil Uprisings
Peasant Movements
Tribal Revolts
Sepoy Mutinies
Weaknesses of People’s Uprisings
The Revolt of 1857The 1857 Revolt: the Major Causes
Beginning and Spread of the Revolt
Suppression of the Revolt
Why the Revolt Failed
Hindu-Muslim Unity Factor
Nature of the Revolt
Consequences of the Revolt
Significance of the Revolt
Socio-Religious Reform MovementsFactors Giving Rise to Desire for Reform
Impact of British Rule
Opposition to Western Culture
New Awareness among Enlightened Indians
Social and Ideological Bases of Reform
Socio-Cultural Reform Movements and their Leaders
Significance of Reform Movements
Beginning of Modern Nationalism in IndiaFactors in the Growth of Modern Nationalism
Political, Administrative and Economic Unification of the Country
Western Thought and Education
Role of Press and Literature
Rise of Middle Class Intelligentsia
Impact of Contemporary Movements in the World
Political Associations Before and after the Indian National Congress
Indian National CongressFoundation of Indian National Congress
Safety Valve
Aims and Objectives of the Congress
Congress Session
Moderate PhaseEra of Modernates (1885-1905)
Contributions of Moderate Nationalists
An Evaluation of the Early Nationalists
National Movement (1905-1918)Era of Militant Nationalism (1905-1909)
The Swadeshi and Boycott Movement
The Movement under Extremist Leadership
Annulment of Partition & Revolutionary Activity
Evaluation of the Swadeshi Movement
Formation of Muslim League
Surat Split
Morley-Minto Reforms—1909 & its Evaluation
First Phase of Revolutionary Activities (1907-1917)Reasons for the Revolutionary Activities
Revolutionary Activities in India
Revolutionary Activities Abroad
First World War and Nationalist Response
Home Rule League Movement
Lucknow Session of the Indian National Congress (1916)
Montagu’s Statement of August 1917 & Indian Objections
Gandhi’s Experience in South Africa
Mass Nationalism Begins (1919-1939)Emergence of Gandhi
Reasons for Nationalist Resurgence
Impact of Russian Revolution
Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms and Government of India Act, 1919
Champaran Satyagraha (1917)—First Civil Disobedience
Ahmedabad Mill Strike (1918)—First Hunger Strike 
Kheda Satyagraha (1918)—First Non-Cooperation
Rowlatt Act & Satyagraha
Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
Hunter Committee
Non-Cooperation Movement and Khilafat AandolanNon-Cooperation Movement
Khilafat Aandolan
Why Gandhi Withdrew the Movement
Evaluation of Khilafat & Non-Cooperation Movement
Emergence of Swarajists, Socialist Ideas, Revolutionary Activities and Other New ForcesSwarajists and No-Changers
Socialistic Ideas, Youth Power, Trade Unionism
Revolutionary Activity During the 1920s
Major Influences in Different Parts of India
Simon Commission and the Nehru ReportIndian Statutory Commission – Simon Commission
Nehru Report
Civil Disobedience Movement and Round Table ConferencesRun-up to Civil Disobedience Movement
Political Activity during 1929
Irwin’s Declaration
Delhi Manifesto
Lahore Congress and Purna Swaraj
Salt Satyagraha
Gandhi’s Eleven Demands
Gandhi-Irwin Pact
Evaluation of Civil Disobedience Movement
Karachi Congress Session—1931
The Round Table Conferences
Second Phase of CDM
Communal Award and Poona Pact
Gandhi’s Harijan Campaign
Similarities between Gandhi and Ambedkar
Debates on the Future Strategy after Civil Disobedience MovementNehru’s Vision – Struggle-Victory
Gandhi’s Vision – StruggleTruce-Struggle Strategy
Nehru’s Opposition to STS
Government of India Act, 1935Features and Evaluations
Nationalists’ Response
Congress Manifesto for Elections and Performance
Congress Rule in Provinces and its Evaluation
Towards Freedom and Partition 1939-1947Nationalist Response in the Wake of World War II
Haripura and Tripuri Sessions
Gandhi and Bose: Ideological Differences
Second World War and Nationalistic ResponseCongress Offer to Viceroy
Government Attitude and Congress Ministries’ Resignation
August Offer – Responses and Evaluation
Individual Satyagrahas
Cripps Mission – Why it was sent?
Cripps Mission – Main Proposals
Why Cripps Mission Failed
Quit India Movement, Demand for Pakistan, and the INAQuit India Resolution
Spread of the Movement, Extent of Mass Participation and Government Repression
Famine of 1943
Rajagopalachari Formula
Desai-Liaqat Pact
Wavell Plan – Muslim League and Congress Stand
Indian National Army and Bose
Post-War National ScenarioCongress Election Campaign and INA Trials
INA Agitation
Three Upsurges—Winter of 1945-46
Election Results – Performance of League and Congress
Significant Features of Elections
Shimla Conference -1945
Cabinet Mission Plan—Main Points
Communal Holocaust and the Interim Government
Independence with PartitionAttlee’s Statement
Mountbatten as the Viceroy
Mountbatten Plan
Indian Independence Act
Inevitability of Partition & Why Congress Accepted Partition
India Under British Rule – Governance and Other AspectsConstitutional Development between 1773 and 1935
Evolution of Civil Services and British Military in India
Development of Judiciary in British India
British Social and Cultural Policy in India
British Policy Towards Princely States
British Foreign Policy in India
Development of Indian Press
Development of Education
Peasant Movements&Famine Commissions 1857-1947
Movement of the Working Class
Economic Impact of British Rule in IndiaDeindustrialisation – Ruin of Artisans and Handicraftsmen
Commercialisation of Indian Agriculture
Important PersonalitiesFreedom Fighters of Modern India
Governor Generals and Viceroys
Chapter No.Chapter Name & Topic Name
Chapter 1Fall of Mughals
Chapter 2Advent of Europeans
Chapter 3India under East India Company’s Rule
Chapter 4Administration
Chapter 5Political policies
Chapter 6British Expansion Policy
Chapter 7Economic policies and their impact
Chapter 8Foreign Policies
Chapter 9Social Policies
Chapter 10Indian Kingdoms in 18th Century
Chapter 11Socio – Religious Reform Movements in the 19th and 20th CE India
Chapter 12People’s Resistance Against British Before 1857 – Different Revolts
Chapter 13Changes in Indian Administration after 1858
Chapter 14Growth of Political Ideas and Political Organisations (up to 1885)
Chapter 15Foundation of the Indian National Congress
Chapter 16National Movement (1885 – 1919)
Chapter 17National Movement (1919 – 1939)
Chapter 18Freedom to Partition (1939 – 1947)
Chapter 19Other Dimensions
Chapter 20Miscellaneous