History: Important Dates (NOTES)

The following PDF contains a list of important dates in Indian History and World History. Please go through them. I cannot ensure that dates other than the ones mentioned in the list will not be asked. However, the list contains those dates which are most likely to be asked in the exam.

The highlighted dates are probably not in syllabus. However, I was not so sure hence, I have included them as well.


Here’s a link to the PDF file for the aforementioned notes:

NOTES – History: Important Dates

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19 thoughts on “History: Important Dates (NOTES)

  1. Rahul Ranjan Das says:

    Dear Admin,
    In the quite likely situation that a question demands the candidate to “enumerate”, “state” or “list” the causes/factors/reasons for any event, is the candidate required to explain the same? Supposing the question is a three-marker, does the candidate need to list and explain three points, or merely list them? Your advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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