General Studies plays a crucial role in ssc cgl tier 1 both for time management and ease of scoring. Ssc masters team will provide you the compiled notes for SSC CGL Tier 1 General Studies. The subtopics of General studies are as follows:-
- Constitutional Development & Indian Constitution
- Union and State Executive
- Fundamental Rights
- Indian Constitution : historical underpinnings
- Basic Structure of Indian Constitution
- Features, Amendments and Significant provisions of Indian Constitution
- Issues related to National Integrity and Security :
- Various National Missions and Programmes:-
- Current Social Challenges, Issues related to Youth, Women, Children, Old Age People, Minority, Weaker Sections, Tribal, Farmers, Labourers and Professionals in India
- Human Rights
- Economic Terms
- Role and Functions of Reserve Bank of India
- Impacts of Globalisation:-
- Impacts of Privatization
- Impact of Liberalisation
- Sustainable and Inclusive Growth
- Banking- Role of Commercial Banks, Issue of NPA, Financial Inclusion
- Budgeting- Different types of Budgeting, Budgetary Control, Responsibility Accounting, Social Accounting, Different types of Deficits- Budgetary, Fiscal & Revenue Deficit.
- Food Security & Public Distribution System(PDS)
- Concept of Money Supply and High Powered Money
- Tax Reforms in India, Direct & Indirect Tax Reforms. Subsidies- Cash Transfer of Subsidy Issue.
- Public Finance, Monetary Policies, Inflation & Control Mechanism, Repo Rate, Reverse Repo Rate, CRR & SLR.
- Art & Architecture
- INDIAN THEATRE
- Wars and Treaties
- Harappan art 2500 1800 BC
- Art, Culture, Literature and Architecture
- Salient features and Major Landmarks of Ancient and Medieval India
- Social and Religious reform movements in the 19th and 20th century.
- India in the Eighteenth Century
- Administrative Organization of the British
- Spread of Modern Education
- Revolt of 1857
- Civil Rebellions and Tribal Uprisings
- Peasant Uprisings
- Rise of National Movement and Indian National Congress
- Freedom of Press
- Revolutionary Terrorism and Bhagat Singh
- Revolutionary Terrorism Partition of Bengal and Swadesi Movement
- The Split in the Congress
- Morley-Minto Reforms, 1909
- Physical factors: Terrain, topography, climate, and soil. which determine agriculture
- Institutional Factors of Agriculture (1) Land Tenure and Land Tenancy (ii) Land Holding
- CHARACTERISTICS AND PROBLEMS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE
- Green Revolution in India
- WHITE REVOLUTION IN INDIA
- AQUA CULTURE
- SECOND GREEN REVOLUTION
- SERICULTURE IN INDIA
- POULTRY FARMING and SILVER REVOLUTION IN INDIA
- DRY FARMING IN INDIA
- INDIAN AGRICULTURE—CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS
- Indian Agriculture- Current Status, Issues & initiatives.
Environment and Science Tech
- Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)
- Genome and Various Genome Projects for RAS/RTS Exam
- Internet Protocol version 6
- GPS Aided Geo Augmentation Navigation (GAGAN)
- BT Brinjal & Risk assessment
- Climate Change
- Global Warming
- Climate Change Mitigation
- Inter-governmental action
- Convention on Biodiversity, Nagoya Protocol and Achii Targets
- Kyoto Protocol
- CoP15 (Copenhagen Summit)
- Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)
- Important Environmental Treaties
- Sustainable Development
- Wetland Conservation Programme, Ramsar Convention and The Montreux Record.
- Coastal Regulation Zone
- Emerging World Order in the Post Cold War Era
- Role and Impact of UNO and different world Organisations.
- Comparative status of Developing, Emerging and Developed Countries,Problems of Developing Countries.
- Role of World Bank, IMF WTO & other Important International Organisations in world Economy:-
- International Treaties and Summits.:-
- International Affair and Indian Foreign Policy.
- India’s Look East Policy
- Geo–Political and Strategic Developments in India’s Neighborhood and their Impact on India.