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Indian National Movement year Wise.

INDIAN NATIONAL MOVEMENTS YEAR WISE.

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Snippets1885

Indian National Congress was formed.

1905

Partition of Bengal by Curzon.

1906

All India Muslim league was formed.

1911

1911 - Annulment of the partition of Bengal.

1917

Champaran movement

1919

Rowlatt Act passed - The act curbed the fundamental rights such as freedom of expression and strengthened the police powers.

1919

Jallianwalabagh Massacre. In protest Tagore renounced his knighthood.

1920

Khilafat movement. Gandhi took it as an opportunity for Muslim-Hindu unity and supported the movement.

1920

Non Cooperation movement. British titles were surrendered. Import of foreign cloth fell drastically between 1920 and 1922.

1920

Gandhi called off the Non Cooperation movement.

1922

Chauri chaura incident - killing 22 policemen.

1927

Simon Commission: the Commission was to recommend further constitutional reforms. It was headed by Sir John Simon. It contained all white members. When the Simon came to Indian he was greeted with black flags as a mark of protest by the Indians with raised slogans stating - "Simon Go Back".

1928

Nehru Report: It demanded responsible government advocated dominion states. It was not for complete independence. It demanded universal suffrage. It rejected separated communal elections.

1929

Irwin Offer: It proposed a vague offer of 'dominion status' for India in an unspecified future and a Round Table Conference to discuss a future constitution after publication of the Simon Report.

1929

Lahore Session of Congress: The president was Jawahar Lal Nehru. It took the decision boycotting Round Table Conference. "Purna Swaraj" was adopted as the main aim of the Congress under the presidentship of J.L.Nehru. It launched a programme of civil disobedience. On Dec 31, 1929, Tricolor was hoisted at the Shore of Ravi.

1930

Civil Disobedience Movement started with the Dandi March on 12th March 1930 to break the salt law under the leadership of Gandhi. 26th January, 1930 - observed as "Independence day" all over the country.

1930

First Round Table Conference: It was the first ever conference arranged between British and Indians as equal. Congress boycotted it. However Motilal Nehru, Liberals and princes attended it.

1931

Second Round Table Conference: Gandhi attended only one round table conference and that is the second roundtable conference.

1931

Gandhi-Irwin pact: It offered that all political prisoners would be released except Bhagat singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev. Right to make salt was accepted. Gandhi agreed to suspend the Civil Disobedience Movement and participate in the second session of Round Table Conference.

1932

Third Round Table Conference: Majority leaders of INC did not participate. The outcome of the conference was published on a "White paper" based on which the British government passed Government of India Act of 1935.

1932

Ramsay MacDonald proposed separate electorate for minority community including Dalits. The proposal was supported by B.R.Ambedkar but it was fully opposed by Gandhi.

1932

Poona Pact: Gandhi felt that separate electorate would disintegrate the society on caste lines and would lead to permanent division in the society. To avoid such a situation Gandhi went on for hunger strike for 21 days in Yerrawada central jail. The issue was finally resolved between B.R.Ambedkar and Gandhi by signing the historic Poona Pact. Gandhi devoted himself to the Harijan Cause, for which he started a newspaper called "Harijan".

1935

Government of India act 1935 prescribed provincial autonomy and the government announced elections to the provincial legislatures in 1937. Congress formed government in 6 out of 11 provinces.

1942

Cripps Missions: The British government wanted India to fully co-operate to it during World War-II and made few proposals to League and Congress and promised them of independence after the war. But the proposals were rejected by both the parties and hence the Cripps Mission was a failure.

1942

Gandhi called for Quit India movement DO or DIE to fight the British. Communication and symbols of the state authority were attacked all over the country.

1945

Wavell Plan: which suggested that all portfolios except Defence would be held by the Indian members. The Plan also suggested the reconstitution of the Viceroy's Executive Council and the political parties have to nominate few candidates from their party out of whom the viceroy would select candidate of his choice for the Executive Council.

1945

Shimla Conference: To discuss these proposals and for a better future India, Wavell called all the political parties for their opinion to Shimla and this conference is popularly called as Shimla conference. Differences arose between Congress and League about the representation of Muslim community. The conference was a failure.

1946

Cabinet Mission: The mission consisted of Lord Pethick-Lawrence, the Secretary of State for India, Sir Stafford Cripps, President of the Board of Trade and A. V. Alexander, the First Lord of the Admiralty. The mission suggested that India should remain united and constitute itself as a loose federation with some autonomy for Muslim majority areas. Both Congress and League did not agree to specific details of the proposal.

1946

Direct Action Day - Muslim League announced 16th august 1946 as Direct action day. On this day riots broke in Calcutta lasting for several days. By March 1947 violence spread to different parts of northern India.

1947

Indian Independence Act 1947: It was the Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom and it received the royal assent on 18 July 1947. According to this act the British India was to be divided into two states namely India and Pakistan.

On 15th August 1947

India became independent.





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TSPSC forest beat officer hall tickets 2018

TSPSC Forest Beat Officer (FBO) hall tickets.

Date of exam : 29 October 2017.
Timings : 10:30 to 12:00
                  02:30 to 04:00
Subjects : paper - | General knowledge.
                   Paper - || General maths.

Instructions to candidates:-

1)The hall ticket must be presented for verification along with at least one original Aadhaar Card may be carried by the candidate.
2)The candidates who do not have clear photographs or no photo on the hall ticket will have to bring two passport size photographs along with a written representation to Chief Superintendent in order to be permitted to appear for the test.
3)The candidates should use black or blue ball point pen only to bubble in OMR sheet.
4)Candidates trying to use unfair means shall be disqualified from the selection. No correspondence whatsoever will be entertained from the candidates.
5)There may not be a guaranteed security facility for safe-keeping of valuable devices or personal belongings at the examination centre.
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10TV discussion on DSC

10 TV DEBATE ON TELANGANA DSC|TRT.

10 tv conducted debate on telangana DSC.

10TV DSC TRT DEBATE.

  • Sudhakar. 
  • Madhusudhan.
  • Kotoori manavatharay.
  • Chavaravi.
-Manavatharay and sudhakar complete against to each other.
Sudhakar (WHIP) from telagana government and manavatharay student JAC leader.
Debate time 7 P.M to 8P.M
Date : 24/10/2017

TOPICS : 
  • DSC district issue.
  • 2012 old syllabus.
  • 1975 Presidential order.
  • Rationalization of telangana schools.
  • Vacancies before 2014 and after 2014.
  • Age relaxation of DSC TRT.
  • 40% students eligibility.
  • English medium in primary level.
  • GGurkulam schools.
  • KG to PG.


10 tv video.

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ETV telangana pratidwani DSC TRT in telangana

Telangana government released DSC TRT notification on 21/10/2017.
Examination will be conducted on February 2nd week of the year 2018.

Etv telangana PRATIDWANI programe DSC TRT.

Etv telangana conducted session on teacher recruitment in telangana.
Date : 23/october/2017

In the programe 
  1. Sri.P.Sudhakar Reddy (GOVT WHIP)
  2. A.Narsi Reddy (TUTF President)
  3. Moses (Director of EMILI education institute)
  4. Kadiyam Raju (ABVP)
Discussed about TRT recruitment,selection process,open category,local,non-local,preparation tips and Methods of TRT DSC.



Discussion video about 

DSC TRT IN TELANGANA


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DSC TRT syllabus in telugu PDF

TSPSC released TRT (DSC) notification in Telangana.

TSPSC|DSC|TRT|telangana| syllabus PDF in telugu.

Complete syllabus in PDF format now available.

Click her to download syllabus in telugu PDF

Application start from -october 30

Application end date - November 30

Exam date - February 2nd week.

Age : 18-44 years
           Age relaxation for sc,st,govt employees: 5 years.
            NCC, ex-serviceman : 3 years.

Online application at TSPSC official website.

Fee 200 + 80
BC,SC,ST, Women candidates exemption from exam fee 80 rupees.

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telangana DSC PET notification

physical education teacher notification and syllabus was released by TSPSC.

PET=PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER.


TSPSC
1)Submission of applications 30/10/2017
2) Last date for submission applications 30/11/2017
3) Hall Tickets can be downloaded 07 days before.
4) February 2nd week.
5)mode of apply : online.
Mode of examination:- offline/online (depends on TSPSC decision)
6)pay scale : 21,230/-
7)age : 18 - 44
    Age relaxation for SC,ST - 5 years.
                                     NCC - 3 years.
                                Ex-serviceman 3 years
                                Govt employees-5 years

Educational qualifications:-

1. Must possess Intermediate (or its equivalent) recognised by the Board of Intermediate
Education, Telangana with minimum 50% marks.
                              &
A Certificate / Under Graduate Diploma in Physical Education / Diploma in
 Physical Education from an institution recognized by the NCTE

                                 OR
2. Must possess a Bachelor's Degree.
                                   &
Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) of at least one year duration
from any institution recognised by NCTE.

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TELANGANA DSC TRT Language pandith syllabus and notification

Telagana government released detailed notification of language pandith in Telangana.

TSPSC|DSC|TRT|Language pandit|Teacher recruitment test.

Number of vacancies :
  Language pandith All - 985
  Urdhu medium - 26
  Total number of vacancies : 1011
Application start date 30 oct 2017
End date : 30 nov 2017
   Exams date : 2018 feb 2nd week.
Age : 18 to 44 years.
  Pay scale : 21230/- to 63010/- (RPS 2015)

Educational Qualifications and district wise vacancies available at bellow link.
language pandith notification and syllabus click to download

Exam will conduct offline or online basis.
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DSC TRT SGT secondary grade teacher syllabus

Telangana DSC TRT SGT secondary grade teacher syllabus and detailed notification.


Applications are invited Online from qualified candidates through the proforma
Application to be made available on Commission’s WEBSITE (www.tspsc.gov.in) to the
post of Secondary Grade Teacher in School Education Department.

i. Submission of ONLINE applications from Dt. 30/10/2017

ii. Last date for submission of ONLINE applications Dt. 30/11/2017

iii. Hall Tickets can be downloaded 07 days before commencement of
Examination.

iv) Age : 18 - 44 (age relaxation for SC,ST,NCC, Ex-serviceman).

 Complete detailed notification and syllabus given bellow.

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DSC TRT SA school assistant notification telangana

Telagana DSC TRT school assistant notification and detailed syllabus available now.


 Applications are invited Online from qualified candidates through the proforma
Application to be made available on Commission’s WEBSITE (www.tspsc.gov.in) to the
post of School Assistant in School Education Department.

i. Submission of ONLINE applications from Dt. 30/10/2017

ii. Last date for submission of ONLINE applications Dt. 30/11/2017

iii. Hall Tickets can be downloaded 07 days before commencement of
Examination.

2) The Examination (Objective Type) is likely to be held held in 2nd week of
February 2018. The Commission reserves the right to conduct the Examination
either COMPUTER BASED RECRUITMENT TEST (CBRT) or OFFLINE OMR based
Examination of objective type.

Complete notification and syllabus was given below.

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Telangana DSC TRT Notification

Flash news Telangana DSC (TRT) Notification released few minutes ago.

Application start date : 30/10/2017
End date : 30/10/2017
Application accept through: TSPSC website ( online mode)
Exam will be conducted February 2nd week of 2018.

Number of vacancies :-

1) School assistant (SA) : 1941
2) Secondary grade teacher (SGT) : 5415
3) Language pandit : 1011
4) School assistant(physical education):9
5) physical education teacher (PET) : 416

Vacancies list by subject and districts are given below.

Notification :
District wise vacancies in Telangana  DSC (telugu, hindhi, english,urdhu, kannada)


Category wise and district wise vacancies:


Marati, tamil, Bengali posts vacancies district wise :



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Telangana DSC (TRT) Roster points for recruitment

In DSC notification for release in Telangana, the district posts are divided on the basis of caste-wise basis.
The roster points are specified below.
Roster points start with OC - (W)
2nd point for SC - (W)
33% wait age given for women's category in the TRT.
Roster points seperate to agency and plain area.
First time telangana government recruiting english medium posts in secondary grade teacher (SGT) level.
Qualification for secondary grade english medium teacher is passes SSC english as a 1st language./part - 1 english in intermediate/A english subject in bachelor degree.

Recruitment Roster for each 100 points.



Abservations :-
     

  1. OC - Open competition
  2. BC - Backwards Classes
  3. SC - Scheduled Caste
  4. ST - Scheduled Tribe
  5. W  - Women
  6. PH- Physically Handicaped
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DSC (TRT) District wise vacancies list in telangana

In Telangana, students who are looking forward to teacher jobs.Good news for them all.
The Telangana government preparing for a DSC notification release on 21st or 22nd of this month.

District wise details of vacancies are as follows.

In all categorys. SA (all),SGT,LP,PET.

  1. Adilabad                   293
  2. Nirmal                       226
  3. Mancheriala             169
  4. Kumrambheem     1,108
  5. Nizamabad               156
  6. Kamareddy                380
  7. Jagityala                    253
  8. Peddhapellly                54
  9. Karimnagar                  71
  10. Sircilla                         108
  11. Warangal (Urban)      143
  12. Warangal (Rural)       123
  13. Janagama                  168
  14. Mahaboobabad         135
  15. Jayashankar Dist      380
  16. Khammam                   57
  17. Kotthagudem             100
  18. Nallagonda                 408
  19. Suryapeta                   300
  20. Yadadhri                     339
  21. Rangareddy                600
  22. Vikarabad                   826
  23. Medchal                     200
  24. Medak                         297
  25. Siddipet                      155
  26. Sangareddy             1,105
  27. Mahaboobnagar       725
  28. Nagar kurnool            436
  29. Gadwala                      387
  30. Vanaparthi                  154
  31. Hyderabad                  200
The District with above 1000 vacancies kumrambheem (1,108) and Sangareddy(1,105).

The District with lowest vacancies peddhapellly(54), Khammam(57) and karimnagar(71).

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