Post Independence India is a book written for the aspirants of Civil Services Examination. It is also useful for the aspirants of various State Services examinations. Keeping in view the latest pattern of the Civil Services examination, the book deals with the developments that took place in India after 1947. In order to facilitate better understanding, the book attempts to provide a brief background that shaped the nature of the Indian politics in the years following independence. The book also outlines the challenges faced by India at the eve of Independence. Starting from the linguistic reorganisation of the Indian states, the book delves deep into the regimes of various Prime ministers and their interventions in nation building. Sample questions have been provided at the end of the book for the purpose of self-assessment. The book has been written in a simple and lucid language. Maps and diagrams have been used to facilitate a better understanding.
- Analysis of political and social issues of India after independence
- Embedded with mind-maps to facilitate a quick revision
- Provides insights on political and territorial evolution of India
- Explains the polices and measures taken by various Prime ministers for nation building
- Outlines the changes in Indian society in the wake of globalisation
Provides sample questions, based on the latest pattern of UPSC Atul Kulkarni is serving as an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer in Maharashtra cadre. He secured AIR (All India Rank) 180 in CSE, 2014. He has also obtained a post-graduation degree from Tata Institute of Social Sciences in the area of Urban policy and Governance. Known for changing the face of women-safety through ‘Bharosa’ cells, he is popular for his people-friendly ways of policing.