IAS Prelims Test Series


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IAS Prelims Test Series

IAS Prelims Test Series is getting started by the top IAS coaching in delhi, Maluka IAS.

IAS Prelims GS Test Series by Maluka IAS is the best way to test yourself for the actual IAS Prelims Test. Maluka IAS is most admirable educational institute of Civil Services aspirants and among the best IAS Coaching Centre in India.

IAS Prelims GS Test Series specially designed by Maluka Sir every year. Prelims Test Series program has 51 test . Each test will be solely prepared by Maluka Sir. Detailed discussion of each test will be taken only by Maluka Sir.

Test Series will have 31 sectional test and 20 comprehensive test. Initially each subject will have sectional test which will be followed by revision of each subject. Major focus is on multiple revision.

Detailed explanation will be given for each question which will also mention the source from where the question has been taken along with the page number from the book because “we make original questions” as per UPSC pattern.

Maluka IAS unique approach to cover dynamic and static part of IAS syllabus and provides clear analysis which increases the chance to qualify for Prelims. Simple analysis of last year can be checked that maximum questions were asked from Maluka IAS Prelims GS Test Series. Simple pattern of Test Series was designed with the same approach which is adopted by UPSC.

Top reason’s to join Maluka’s IAS Prelims GS Test Series.

• UPSC pattern
• Assess fundamentals and applied knowledge
• It helps how to choose the correct option about the question with limited knowledge
• Develop mind to eliminate incorrect options
• Design thought process for tricky and correlated questions
• Programs to critically analyze your preparation
• Enhance Examination Temperament
• Comparative analysis weak areas to work upon

Maluka IAS providing complete solution for practicing the question for Prelims through IAS GS Prelims Test Series. We are taken the test both on online and offline platform on every Sunday which flexible also. These test Series cover each topic of the syllabus very systematically along with current affairs. In each test 20 questions of current affairs will be given.
The quality and standard of questions provided through online and offline platform is similar to the standard set by UPSC.

Prelims Series comprises of sectional, revision and comprehensive test (subject wise and General Studies) including CSAT very comprehensively.

We are referring more than 12 standard reference for current affairs of prelims covering of last 2 years.

Schedule

DATE/

TEST NO.

TOPICS SOURCES
15 JULY

PTS-1

● ADVENT OF THE EUROPEANS IN INDIA

● INDIA ON THE EVE OF BRITISH CONQUEST

● EXPANSION AND CONSOLIDATION OF BRITISH POWER IN

INDIA

● PEOPLE’S RESISTANCE AGAINST BRITISH BEFORE 1857

● SOCIO- RELIGIOUS REFORMS MOVEMENTS: GENERAL FEATURES

● A GENERAL SURVEY OF SOCIO- CULTURAL REFORM MOVEMENTS

● BEGINNING OF MODERN NATIONALISM IN INDIA

● INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS: FOUNDATION AND THE MODERATE PHASE

● ERA OF MILITANT NATIONALISM (1905-1909)

● FIRST PHASE OF REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES (1907-1917)

● FIRST WORLD WAR AND NATIONALIST RESPONSE

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● BIPIN CHANDRA

● SPECTRUM

● NCERT

22 JULY

PTS-2

● EMERGENCE OF GANDHI

● NON- COOPERATION MOVEMENT AND KHILAFAT AANDOLAN

● EMERGENCE OF SWARAJISTS, SOCIALIST IDEAS, REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES AND OTHER NEW FORCES

● SIMON COMMISSSION AND THE NEHRU REPORT

● CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE MOVEMENT AND ROUND TABLE CONFERENCES

● DEBATES ON THE FUTURE STRATEGY AFTER CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE MOVEMENT

● CONGRESS RULE IN PROVINCES

● NATIONALIST RESPONSE IN THE WAKE OF WORLD WAR II

● QUIT INDIAOVEMENT , DEMAND FOR PAKISTAN, AND THE INA

● POST – WAR NATIONAL SCENARIO

● INDEPENDENCEWITH PARTITION

● CONSTITUTIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND JUDICIAL DEVELOPMENTS

● SURVEY OF BRITISH POLICIES IN INDIA

● ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BRITISH RULE IN INDIA

● DEVELOPMENT OF INDIA PRESS

● DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION

● PEASANT MOVEMENTS 1857-1947

● THE MOVEMENT OF THE WORKING CLASS

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● BIPIN CHANDRA

● SPECTRUM

● NCERT

29 JULY

PTS-3

CSAT + CURRENT
12 AUG

PTS-4

1. Prehistoric cultures in India

2. Indus Civilization. Origins. The Mature Phase: extent, society, economy and culture. Contacts with other cultures.Problems of decline.

3. Geographical distribution and characteristics of pastoral and farming communities outside the Indus region, from the neolithic to early iron phases.

4. Vedic society. The Vedic texts; change from Rigvedic to later Vedic phases. Religion; Upanishadic thought. Political and social organisation; evolution of monarchy and varna system.

5. State formation and urbanization, from the mahajanapadas to the Nandas. Jainism and Buddhism. Factors for the spread of Buddhism.

6. The Mauryan Empire. Chandragupta; Megasthenes. Asoka and his inscriptions; his dhamma, administration, culture and art. The Arthasastra.

7. CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● 11THCLASS -NCERT

● TAMIL NADU

BOARD BOOK

19 AUG

PTS-5

1. Post-Mauryan India, BC 200- AD 300. Society: Evolution of jatis. The Satavahanas and state formation in Peninsula. Sangam texts and society. Indo-Greeks, Sakas, Parthians, Kushanas; Kanishka. Contacts with the outside world. Religion : Saivism, Bhagavatism, Hinayana and Mahayana Buddhism; Jainism; Culture and art.

2. The Guptas and their successors (to c. 750 AD). Changes in political organisation of empire. Economy and society. Literature and science. Arts.

3. Early Medieval India. Major dynasties; the Chola Empire. Agrarian and political structures. The Rajaputras. Extent of social mobility. Position of women. The Arabs in Sind and the Ghaznavids.

4. Cultural trends, 750-1200, Religious conditions : importance of temples and monastic institutions; Sankaracharya; Islam; Sufism. Literature and Science. Alberuni’s “India”. Art and architecture.

5. CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● 11THCLASS -NCERT

● TAMIL NADU

BOARD BOOK

26 AUG

PTS-6

1. Thirteenth and fourteenth Centuries: Ghorian invasions causes and consequences. Delhi Sultanate under the “Slave” Rulers. Alauddin Khalji : Conquests; administrative, agrarian and economic measures. Muhammad Tughlaq’s innovations. Firuz Tughluq and the decline of the Delhi Sultanate. Growth of commerce and urbanization. Mystic movements in Hinduism and Islam. Literature. Architecture, Technological changes.

2. The fifteenth and early 16th Century : major Provincial dynasties; Vijayanagara Empire. The Lodis, First phase of the Mughal Empire: Babur, Humayun. The Sur empire and administration. The Portuguese. Monotheistic movements: Kabir; Guru Nanak and Sikhism; Bhakti. Growth of regional literatures. Art and Culture.

3. The Mughal Empire , 1556-1707. Akbar: conquests, administrative measures, jagir and mansab systems; policy of sulh-i-kul. Jahangir, Shahjahan and Aurangzeb : expansion in the Deccan; religious policies. Shivaji. Culture: Persian and regional literatures. Religious thought: Abul Fazl; Maharashtra dharma. Painting. Architecture. Economy: conditions of peasants and artisans, growth in trade; commerce with Europe. Social stratification and status of women.

4. Decline of Mughal Empire, 1707-61. Causes behind decline. Maratha power under the Peshwas. Regional states. The Afghans. Major elements of composite culture. Sawai Jai Singh, astronomer. Rise of Urdu language.

5. CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● 11THCLASS -NCERT

● TAMIL NADU

BOARD BOOK

2 SEPT

PTS-7

CSAT + CURRENT
9 SEPT

PTS-8

Revision of ancient + medieval + modern history + CURRENT
16 SEPT

PTS-9

● HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

● MAKING OF THE CONSTITUTION

● SALIENT FEATURES OF THE CONSTITUTION

● PREAMBLE OF THE CONSTITUTION

● UNION AND ITS TERRITORY

● CITIZENSHIP

● FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

● DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

● FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES

● AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION

● BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONSTITUTION

● PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM

● FEDERAL SYSTEM

● CENTER-STATE RELATIONS

● INTER-STATE RELATIONS

● EMERGENCY PROVISION

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● LAXMIKANTH

● D D BASU

● SUBHASH KASHYAP

23 SEPT

PTS-10

LAXMI KANTH

● PRESIDENT

● VICE-PRESIDENT

● PRIME MINISTER

● CENTRAL COUNCIL OF MINISTERS

● CABINET COMMITTEES

● PARLIAMENT

● PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES

● PARLIAMENTARY FORUMS

● PARLIAMENTARY GROUPS

● SUPREME COURT

● JUDICIAL REVIEW

● JUDICIAL ACTIVISM

● PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION

● GOVERNOR

● CHIEF MINISTERS

● STATE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS

● STATE LEGISLATURE

● HIGH COURT

● SUBORDINATE COURTS

● SPECIAL STATUS OF JAMMU & KASHMIR

● SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR SOME STATE

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● LAXMIKANTH

● D D BASU

● SUBHASH KASHYAP

30 SEPT

PTS-11

● PANCHAYATI RAJ

● MUNICIPALITIES

● UNION TERRITORIES

● SCHEDULED AND TRIBAL AREAS

● ELECTION COMMISSION

● UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

● STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

● FINANCE COMMISSION

● NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR SC’s

● NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR ST’s

● SPECIAL OFFICER FOR LINGUISTIC MINORITIES

● COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL OF INDIA

● ATTORNEY GENERAL OF INDIA

● ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE STATE

● NITI AAYOG

● NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

● STATE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

● CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION

● STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION

● CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION

● CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

● LOKPAL AND LOKAYUKTAS

● CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES

● OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

● PUBLIC SERVICES

● TRIBUNALS

● RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES OF THE GOVERNMENT

● AUTHORITATIVE TEXT OF THE CONSTITUTION IN HINDI LANGUAGE

● SPECIAL PROVISIONS ELATING TO CERTAIN CLASSES

● POLITICAL PARTIES

● ELECTIONS

● VOTING BEHAVIOR

● ELECTION LAWS

● ELECTORAL REFORMS

● ANTI-DEFECTION LAW

● PRESSURE GROUPS

● NATIONAL INTEGRATION

● FOREIGN POLITY

● NATIONAL COMMISSION TO REVIEW THE WORKING OF THE CONSTITUTION

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● LAXMIKANTH

● D D BASU

● SUBHASH KASHYAP

7 OCT.

PTS-12

CSAT + CURRENT
14 OCT

PTS-13

Revision of polity + CURRENT
21 OCT

PTS-14

● PAINTINGS

● HANDICRAFTS

● MUSIC

● DANCE FORMS

● FAIRS AND FESTIVALS

● THEATER

● CINEMA

● PUPPETRY

● MARTIAL ARTS

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● SPECTRUM

● NITIN SINGHANIA

28 OCT

PTS-15

● WORLD HERITAGE SITES

● LANGUAGES

● RELIGIONS

● LITERATURE

● SCHOOLS OF PHILOSOPHY

● SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

● BHAKTI AND SUFI MOVEMENT

● FAMOUS PERSONALITIES

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● SPECTRUM

● NITIN SINGHANIA

4 NOV

PTS-16

Geography of the World

i) Major Natural Regions : Characteristics, economic base and human adaptation.

ii) Regional Geography of Developed Countries : Canada, U.S.A., Western Europe, Russia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

iii) Regional Geography of Developing Countries : S.E. Asia, S.W. Asia, China, Southern Africa and Brazil.

iv) Regional Geography of South Asia.

CURRENT

MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

6TH– 8THOLD NCERT

GEOGRAPHY THROUGH MAPS

11 NOV

PTS-17

Physical Geography

i) Geo morphology Origin of the earth; Geological Time Scale; Interior of the earth; Types and characteristics of rocks; Folding and Faulting; Volcanoes; Earthquakes; Weathering; Land forms caused by fluvial, eolian and glacial actions.

ii) Climatology Structure and composition of atmosphere; Temperature; Pressure belts and Wind systems; Clouds and rainfall types; Cyclones and anticyclones; Major climatic types.

iii) Oceanography Ocean relief; Temperature; Salinity; Ocean deposits; Ocean currents, El Nino and La Nino; Waves and tides.

iv) Bio geography Origin and types of soils; Major bio mes of the world; Ecosystem and food chain; Environmental degradation and conservation.

v) CURRENT

MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

11THCLASS OLD NCERT-PRINCIPLES OF GEOGRAPHY

11THCLASS NEW NCERT- FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOGRAPHY

11THCLASS NEW NCERT- PRINCIPLES OF GEOGRAPHY

18 NOV

PTS-18

Human Geography

i) Man and Environment Relationship Growth and development of Human Geography; Concepts of Determinism and Possibilism. Ii) Population Races of mankind and tribes; growth and distribution of world population; migration; population problems of developed and developing countries.

iii) Economic Activities Food gathering and hunting; pastoral herding; fishing and forestry; Types of agriculture-shifting, subsistence, commercial and plantation; Mining, Power; Manufacturing –locational factors of textile, iron and steel, sugar and fertilizer industries; Tertiary activities-trade, transport, communication and services.

iv) Settlements Origin, types and patterns of rural settlements; Processes of urbanization; morphology and functional classification of towns; million-cities and mega cities.

Geography of India

i) Physical Setting Land forms, drainage, climate, soils and natural vegetation.

ii) Economic Base Minerals & energy resources, aquatic resources, forest resources; irrigation, agriculture and industries; trade and commerce.

iii) Population Growth, distribution and density; demographic characteristics.

iv) Environmental problems, developmental issues and regional planning.

V) CURRENT

MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

12THCLASS NCERT- INDIAN PEOPLE AND ECONOMY

12THCLASS NCERT- HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

GEOGRAPHY THROUGH MAPS

25 NOV

PTS-19

● ECOLOGY

● FUNCTIONS OF ECOSYSTEM

● TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEM

● AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM

● ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

● RENEWABLE ENERGY

● ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

● ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

● BIODIVERSITY

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● IGNOU

● SHANKAR

● 12THCLASS NCERT

● BHARUCHA

2 DEC.

PTS-20

POLITY COMPLETE REVISION+ CURRENT
9 DEC

PTS-21

HISTORY COMPLETE REVISION + CURRENT
16 DEC

PTS-22

CSAT + CURRENT
23DEC

PTS-23

● INDIAN BIODIVERSITY

● SCHEDULE ANIMALS OF WPA, 1972

● ANIMAL DIVERSITY OF INDIA

● PLANT DIVERSITY OF INDIA

● MARINE ORGANISM

● PROTECTED AREA NETWORK

● CONSERVATION EFFORTS

● CLIMATE CHANGE

● OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

● OZONE DEPLETION

● IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE- INDIA

● MITIGATION STRATEGIES

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● IGNOU

● SHANKAR

● 12THCLASS NCERT

● BHARUCHA

30 DEC

PTS-24

● INDIA AND CLIMATE CHANGE

● CLIMATE CHANGE ORGANISATIONS

● AGRICULTURE

● ACTS AND POLICIES

● INSTITUTION AND MEASURES

● ENVIRONMENTAL ARGANISATIONS

● INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONVENTIONS

● ENVIRONMENT ISSUES AND HEALTH EFFECTS

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● IGNOU

● SHANKAR

● 12THCLASS NCERT

● BHARUCHA

6 JAN

PTS-25

9th& 10thICSE ENVT. + CURRENT ● BEETA PUBLICATION
13 JAN

PTS-26

G C LEONG + CURRENT
20 JAN

PTS-27

● INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS

● GROWTH , DEVELOPMENT AND HAPPINESS

● EVOLUTION OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY

● ECONOMIC PLANNING

● PLANNING IN INDIA

● ECONOMIC REFORMS

● INFLATION AND BUSINESS CYCLE

● AGRICULTURE AND FOOD MANAGEMENT

● INDUSTRY AND INFRASTRUCTURE

● SERVICES SECTOR

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● 12THCLASS NCERT-MACRO ECONOMICS

● RAMESH SINGH

27 JAN

PTS-28

● INDIAN FINANCIAL MARKET

● BANKING IN INDIA

● INSURANCE IN INDIA

● SECURITY MARKET IN INDIA

● EXTERNAL SECTOR IN INDIA

● INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORGANISATIONS AND INDIA

● TAX STRUCTURE IN INDIA

● PUBLIC FINANCE IN INDIA

● SUSTAINABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE: INDIA AND THE WORLD

● HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

● CURRENT

● MALUKA’S IAS NOTES

● 12THCLASS NCERT-MACRO ECONOMICS

● RAMESH SINGH

3 FEB.

PTS-29

ENVIRONMENT COMPLETE REVISION + CURRENT
10 FEB

PTS-30

GEOGRAPHY REVISION + ATLAS + CURRENT
17 FEB

PTS-31& 32

COMPREHENSIVES TEST+ CURRENT

CSAT + CURRENT

24 FEB

PTS-33

ECONOMICS SURVEY+ CURRENT
3 MARCH

PTS-34

½ IYB+ CURRENT
10 MARCH

PTS-35

½ IYB+ CURRENT
17 MARCH

PTS-36

● POLITY + HISTORY + CURRENT
24 MARCH

PTS-37

● ENVIRONMENT + GEOGRAPHY + CURRENT
31 MARCH

PTS-38

● ECONOMICS REVISION TEST + CURRENT
7 APRIL

PTS-39

PTS-40

● GS + CURRENT

● CSAT + CURRENT

14 APRIL

PTS-41

● CURRENT
21

APRIL

PTS-42

● POLITY + ECONOMICS + ENVIRONMENT + CURRENT
28 APRIL

PTS-43

● HISTORY + GEOGRAPHY + CURRENT
5 MAY

PTS-44

PTS-45

● CURRENT

● CSAT + CURRENT

12 MAY

PTS-46

PTS-47

● GS+ CURRENT

● CSAT + CURRENT

19 MAY

PTS-48

PTS-49

● GS+ CURRENT

● CSAT + CURRENT

26 MAY

PTS-50

PTS-51

● GS+ CURRENT

● CSAT + CURRENT