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GPSC State Tax inspector syllabus 2019

GPSC State Tax inspector syllabus 2019

Syllabus of General Paper:

TOPIC (1) History

  • Indus Valley Civilization: Characteristics, Places, Society, Cultural History, Art, and Religion. Vedic Age Jainism and Buddhism, Republics of Ancient India.
  • Maurya and Gupta Empires, Chola and Pallava dynasties. Vijayanagar Empire.
  • Society, religion, art, architecture, and literature.
  • Arrival of Europeans in India, Establishment, and Expansion of British Rule in India, India's 19th Freedom Struggle. In the Special Context of Gujarat, Religious and Social Reform Movement in India and Gujarat in the 19th Century.
  • Movement for India's Independence, Indian Revolutionaries in India and Abroad, Gujarat and
  • The Contribution and Role of India's Freedom Fighters.
  • The role and contribution of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel in pre-independence and post-independence India.
  • Reformist steps and achievements of the rulers of the native states of Saurashtra, Kutch, and Gujarat.

TOPIC (2) Cultural Heritage

  • Cultural Heritage of India and Gujarat: Artifacts, Literature, Sculpture, and Architecture.
  • The folk culture of Gujarat and oral tradition: its importance, characteristics, and effects.
  • Arts and Crafts of Gujarat: Socio-Cultural Contribution.
  • Tribal life
  • Pilgrimage and tourist places of Gujarat.

TOPIC (3) the Indian State System, Constitution, Social Justice, and International Relations

  • Guiding principles, important constitutional amendments, important provisions, and underlying structure.
  • And privileges. The role of the President and the Governor
  • Panchayati Raj.
  • Public policy and governance. The effects of liberalization, privatization, and globalization on governance.
  • Rights related issues (human rights, women's rights, rights of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, rights of children), etc.
  • India's Foreign Policy - International Relations - Key Institutions, Agencies, Various Organizations, their structure, and authoritative command.

TOPIC (4) Indian Economy and Planning

  • The Indian economy on the eve of independence, the emergence and development of planning operations in India
  • Historical discussions, planning models, and changes over time. After updates
  • Indian Economy in Time: New Economic Reforms, Policy Commission Objectives, Constitution, and Functions.
  • Various economic policies and reforms in the agro-industry and service sector, of the Indian economy
  • Infrastructure. Banking and insurance; Regulatory structure. Privatization on the Indian economy
  • Influence, development, challenges, and opportunities.
  • Indian public finance system; Indian tax system, public expenditure, public debt. In the Indian economy
  • Deficit and aid center and state financial relations. Goods and Services Tax (GST): Concepts and Implications. Important Institutions Associated with the Indian Public Financial System. Central Finance Commission and the role of the State Finance Commission.
  • Trends, structure, structure, and direction of India's foreign trade.
  • Gujarat's Economy - An Overview; Social sectors in Gujarat: education, health, and nutrition.
  • Agriculture, forestry, water resources, mining, industry, and service sector. Economic and social infrastructure
  • Facilities development policy. Cooperative sector in Gujarat.

TOPIC (5) Geography

  • General Geography: Part of the Solar System Earth, Earth's motion, the concept of time and season, Earth's internal structure, mainland forms, and its characteristics, Atmospheric structure and organization, Climate elements and factors, Gas aggregates and atmospheres, Atmospheric disturbances, Climate Physical, chemical, biological characteristics, aquatic
  • Disasters, marine, and continental resources.
  • Physical Geography: In the context of India, Gujarat and the world: major natural divisions, earthquakes and landslides, natural runoff, seasonal climatic zones: atmospheric disturbances, cyclones, natural vegetation national parks and sanctuaries, main types of soils, rocks and minerals.
  • Social Geography: Population Distribution, Population Density, Population Growth, Gender Ratio, Literacy, Occupational Structure, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Population, Ethnic Group, Linguistic Group, Rural-Urban Elements, Urbanization and Migration in the Context of India, Gujarat and the World Regions.
  • Economic geography: major sectors of the economy; Agriculture, industry, services, their main characteristics.
  • Basic industries - agriculture, minerals, forestry, fuel and manpower based industries, transportation and trade, methods, and problems.

TOPIC (6) Science and Technology

  • Science and Technology, the form and field of science and technology, the relevance of science and technology in everyday life, the National Policy on Science, Technology, and Innovation, Various organizations involved in science, technology and innovation in India, their activities and contributions, contributions of famous Indian scientists.
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT): The nature and field of ICT. ICT encourages various government schemes, e-governance programs, and services, cyber Security, National Cyber Crime Policy.
  • Technology in Space / Space and Defense Services: Indian Space Program
  • Evolution / Development. Various organizations and programs.
  • India's Energy Policy and Nuclear Policy - Government Policies and Programs.
  • Environmental Treaties, forest, and wildlife conservation. National on Climate Change and Disaster Management and Action Plan.

TOPIC (7) Logical and Analytical Ability

  • Range of numbers, sign, and its solution.
  • Figure and its subsections, Van figure.
  • Clock, calendar, and age-related questions.
  • Average or median, moderate and polynomial, weighted average.
  • Area and perimeter, quantity, and surface area of simple geometric figures (solid, solid, cylindrical, conical, rounded with six parallel sides).
  • Interpretation of information, analysis of information, adequacy of information, probability.

TOPIC (8) Current Affairs

Current affairs related to the last 12 to 18 months before the exam along with a mixture of static portion of the syllabus will be asked. For this section, candidates should read the daily newspaper to stay updated with news.


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