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HPAS Mains Crash Course Online Video Lectures

Develop India Group (DIG) Online Classes (Live) are conducted on daily basis in our Central Studio and Online videos will delivered to subscribers through DIG Learning App which can be installed from the Google Play Store. Our online classes are available both in English and Hindi medium.

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Subscribers can take Admissions any time with initial token amount (25% of total course). After admission we shared you log in password within 24 hour.

Fee: ₹9,000/- only (Including GST)

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Our online video lectures will cover full syllabus.

  • Duration: Each video duration between 0.30 to 2.30 Hours

  • Mode: Live Online class will be available through DIG Learning APP.

  • Team Leader: Best Professional Team led and managed by our CEO DS Rajput.

  • Course Size: Online course size will depends on the particular syllabus size.

  • Course Validity: It will be effective from admission to next 4 years. Facility to watch online videos will be available any times and countless of number.

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This paper is designed to test candidate’s knowledge/aptitude in the following:—

1. Comprehension of English Language
2. Correct grammatical expression
3.  Clarity and precision in expression 

Areas of Testing:
Candidates will be tested in the following areas:

 1.  English Grammar -     (20 Marks)
 2.  Usage and vocabulary  -    (20 Marks)
 3.  English Composition  Letter / Application    / Report / Note writing  -    (20 Marks)
4. Comprehension of unseen passages  -     (20 Marks)
5.  Precis Writing  -     (20 Marks)

Evaluation / Marking:

Credit will be given for the following:-

 1.  Writing of précis, comprehension, composition and usage according to requirements  of format.
 2.  Coherence and sequence in expression.
 3.  Correctness of grammatical structures.
 4.  Originality of thought and expression.

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(i)  Translation of an English passage into Hindi.
(ii)  Translation of Hindi passage into English.
(iii)  Explanation of Hindi passage in Prose and Poetry in the same language.
(iv) Composition (Idioms, corrections etc.)

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(Separate price @ 1000/-)


A fair choice of topics covering (i) current affairs (ii) socio- political issues (iii) socioeconomic issues (iv) aspects of culture and history and (v) reflective topics

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(Separate price @ 1000/-)


Marks: 200

Sub-Unit 1

  • Historical perspective of Indian Cultural heritage:
  • Literature and Art forms from ancient times to 1947 (Major structural and rock cut temple architecture, sculptural art and major schools of paintings).
  • Modern Indian history from mid-18th century to 1980.
  • Freedom Struggle: its various stages and the role of eminent personalities from  different parts of India.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Industrial Revolution and the emergence of Capitalism.
  • Fascist Ideology and its global implications.
  • World  wars  and  boundary  settlements  after  the  First  and  the  Second  World Wars.
  • Concept  of  Decolonization,  Nationalism  and  Socialism,  Globalization  and concept of Modernity.

Sub-Unit 3 

  • Emergence and growth of early medieval states: Kangra, Kullu and Chamba.
  • Hill States and their relations with the Mughals and the Sikhs.
  • Gorkha invasion- its nature and consequences, Treaty of Segauli.
  • Hill States under the Colonial power: Political and Administrative History.
  • Grants, Sanads and territorial aggression.
  • Social  and  Economic  conditions  under  colonial  period  with  special  reference  to social practices of Beth, Begar and Reet.
  • Establishment of British Cantonments.
  • National  Movement  with  special  reference  to  Praja  Mandal  movements  in Himachal Pradesh, 1848-1948.
  • Five Year Plans and vision for the developed Hill State.
  • Survey  of  artistic  and  cultural  Heritage  (Temples,  Budhist  Monasteries  and Paintings).


Sub-Unit 1

  • Introduction to Disasters: Concepts ,definitions ,disaster classifications including natural and man- made disasters .
  • Social and Environmental impacts of disasters.
  • Disaster profile of the country.
  • Approaches to Disaster Risk Reductions.
  • Disaster management models. Roles and responsibilities of stakeholders including community, Concept of first responders.
  • Interrelationship of disaster and development.
  • Disaster management in India including DM ACT 2005, National and state policies, Plans and institutional mechanism in the country.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Geographical Introduction to India, India as a unit of Geographical Study.
  • Aspects of the Physical Geography of India – Structure and Relief, Climate, Soils and  Vegetation,  Geomorphic  set  up  (Mountain  Ranges  and  Rivers  and  other Water Bodies).
  • Human Aspects – Population distribution, Urban Population, Internal Migration, Language and Literacy, Villages and Towns in India.
  • Settlements, Industry and Transport.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Geography of Himachal Pradesh: Relief, Drainage, Vegetation cover and types.
  • Climate and climatic zones in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Geographical  Regions  of  Himachal  Pradesh  (Shiwalik,  Doons  and  Low  Valleys,  Outer Valleys of Sub Himalaya, Mid  Hill Tracts of High Himalaya, High  hills and Valleys and Inner Zones).
  • Human  Aspects:  Quantitative,  Qualitative  and  Temporal  characteristics  of  Population,Urbanization pattern.
  • Policies:  Forest,  Industrial  and  Tourism  Policies,  Growth  of  Industrial  areas  and  types of  Industries  in  Himachal,  Employment  generation  and  potential,  Scope  of  future Industrialization, Hazard Vulnerability and Risk Profile of Himachal Pradesh.


Sub-Unit 1

  • Salient features of Indian Society, Unity in Diversity.
  • Social  Institutions:  Family,  Marriage,  Kinship,  Religion  and  Social  stratification  in India.
  • Women  empowerment  and  social  justice:   Policies  for  women  Empowerment  in  India, Laws for protection of women, women security and safety initiatives in India.
  • Child Rights and Right to Education.
  • Rights of differently-abled persons and quality of life for them.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Core Values in public service/governance:
  • Philosophical  basis  of  public  service/governance  and  Integrity,  Professionalism, Accountability.
  • Objectivity  and  Transparency,  information  sharing  and  right  to  information, codes  of conduct, work culture, challenges of corruption and political pressures.
  • Gandhian  Thought:  Truth  and  Non-violence,  Satyagraha,  Ends  and  Means,  Religion and Politics.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Society  and  Culture  in  Himachal  Pradesh:  Culture,  customs,  fairs  and  festivals,  and religious beliefs and practices, recreation and amusement.
  • Tribes of Himachal Pradesh: their historical, social, cultural, economic and legal aspects.
  • Family, marriage, kinship, and caste system in Himachal Pradesh.


Marks: 200


Sub-Unit 1

  • Constitution of India: Historical underpinning, evolution, salient features.
  • Significant  provisions  including  Fundamental  Rights,  Directive  Principles  of State Policy, Fundamental Duties.
  • Amending  process  and  important  Constitutional  Amendments  and  theory  of basic structure.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Parliament  and  state  legislatures,  Structure,  Organization  and  functioning  of the Union and state Executive and the Judiciary. 
  • Functions  and  responsibilities  of  Union  and  states,  issues  and  challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local level and challenges therein.
  • Salient features of the Representation of People's Act.
  • Appointments  to  various  constitutional  posts,  powers,  functions  and responsibilities of various constitutional bodies in India.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Reorganization and politics of statehood.
  • Development  of  political  parties,  major  Political  parties  and  their  support  base and performance  in  the  Assembly  and  Parliamentary  elections  in  Himachal Pradesh.
  • Politics of sub-regionalism and pressure groups in the state.
  • Structure,  organization  and  functioning  of  Statutory,  Regulatory  and  various
  • Quasi-Judicial bodies in Himachal Pradesh.


Sub-Unit 1

  • Institutional framework, Policies and Interventions for development in various sectors in India.
  • Governance, Good governance, Citizen Charters, effective public service delivery, transparency, accountability and ethics in governance in India.
  • District Administration: Changing role of Deputy Commissioner.
  • Local self government in urban and rural areas in India.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Role of Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Self Help Groups (SHGs) and Civil Society in Governance in India.
  • Bodies  constituted,  Policies,  Programmes  &  Schemes  for  welfare  of  Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Women, Minorities, Backward classes, Differently abled persons, and children in India.
  • Issues  relating  to  quality  of  life:  livelihood,  poverty,  hunger,  disease  and  social inclusiveness.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Governance in Himachal Pradesh:
  • The Himachal Pradesh Public Service Guarantee Act 2011;
  • Right  to  Information  Act  2005  and  rules  made  thereunder  by  the  Himachal Pradesh Govt.
  • Administrative reforms for effective public service delivery in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Implementation of 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments in Himachal Pradesh:
  • Issues  and  Challenges.  Programmes  and  policies  for  the  welfare  of  differently abled persons, women and children in Himachal Pradesh.


Sub-Unit 1

  • Bilateral,  Regional  &  Global  groupings  and  agreements  involving  India  and affecting India’s interests.
  • India’s look east policy.
  • India’s  relations  with  U.S.A.,  Russia,  China,  Pakistan,  Bangladesh,  Sri  Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Maldives and Middle East Countries.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Effects of the policies of developed and developing countries on India’s interest, Indian Diaspora.
  • Important  international  Institutions,  agencies  and  fora,  their  structure  and mandate.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Cyber crime and drug menace – mechanism to detect and control it in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Enactments made by Himachal Pradesh Government to protect and promote the interests of agrarian society.
  • Various policies framed by the Government of Himachal Pradesh for the socioeconomic development of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes of the state.
  • Tribal welfare administration, Tribal sub plan and Single line administration in Himachal Pradesh.



Marks: 200


Sub-Unit 1

  • Characteristics of Indian Economy:
  • Demographic Profile, Demographic Dividend and Population Policy.
  • Sectoral Composition with respect to contribution to GDP and Employment.
  • Poverty and Inequality, Unemployment, Inflation in India.
  • Industrial Growth in India.
  • Regulatory  framework  for  money  and  banking:  RBI,  Commercial  banks  & Regional Rural Banks.
  • Monetary policy, Foreign exchange, Balance of Payment Scenario.
  • Foreign  Trade:  Policy,  Composition  &  Direction,  Impact  of Liberalization/Privatization & Globalization.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Economic Planning in India.
  • Five Year Plans: strategies and outcomes, Public/Private/Joint Sectors.
  • Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act 2003, Debt and Investment  in  India:  Current  Status,  Growth  and  Development  experience including Natural Resource Management.
  • Sustainable development and Inclusive growth.
  • Measurement  of  economic  development:  PQLI,  Millennium  Development  Goals, HDI/GDI/GEM.
  • Latest/Current  Development  Schemes/Initiatives/Institutional  Changes  (e.g. Swach Bharat Mission,  Make in India,  Digital India,  Skill India,  Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, MGNREGS, NITI Ayog etc).
  • International  Financial  &  Economic  Organizations:  IMF,  WTO,  IBRD,  IDA, UNCTAD, OECD, BRICS.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Economy of Himachal Pradesh:
  • Demographic profile & Human resource, Sectoral distribution of GSDP.
  • Diversification  in  Agriculture  and  allied  activities,  Land  tenure  and  size  of  land holdings.
  • Industrialization in the state.
  • Skilled/Unskilled labour.
  • Revenue generation with special reference to hydro potential, tourism, flora and fauna.
  • Cottage and Small Scale Industries.
  • Tax base, Pros and Cons of Special Category status.
  • Appraisal  of  education,  Health,  Physical  and  Financial  Infrastructure Development.


Sub-Unit 1

  • Applications of space technology in natural resources, development and communications.
  • Important missions and programmes of Department of Space and Indian Space Research Organization.
  • Historical evolution of Indian Space programme. Lunar, interplanetary and Earth Observation Missions.
  • Remote Sensing and Communication satellites. Applications of Remote sensing and GIS for natural resources monitoring and applications benefiting common man.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Developments in energy sectors such as Hydro power, non conventional sources of energy and nuclear energy including policies, programmes and research base in the country.
  • Concepts of non conventional, renewable, clean and environment friendly energy sources. Role of energy in sustainable development.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Modern and emerging technologies and initiatives in the state of Himachal Pradesh Including biotechnology policy, research, vision, scope and applications for developing horticulture, medicinal and aromatic plants resources of the state.
  • IT policy of Himachal Pradesh and its role in governance, concept of HIMSWAN, state plans of e-governance, concept of Lok Mitra Kendra and AGISAC.
  • State Biodiversity strategy and Action Plan. Endangered and threatened species of Himachal Pradesh. Factors responsible for Bio diversity decline in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Relevance and role of Intellectual Property Rights, Geographical Indications and Traditional wisdom and knowledge in sustainable development of the state.


Sub-Unit 1

  • Issues ,concerns, policies, programmes, conventions, treaties and missions aimed at environment protection, and dealing with the problem of climate change.
  • State of environment reports . Environment protection and pollution control Act and rules.
  • Environment Impact Assessment.
  • National  Action plans on Climate Change.
  • Himalayan ecology ,biosphere reserve, Science and economics of climate change.
  • Social and ethical issues in use of Biotechnology.

Sub-Unit 2

  • Latest developments in science and technology for harnessing agriculture, horticulture, medicinal and herbal resources in the country.
  • National mission for sustainable agriculture, mission for integrated development of horticulture.
  • Concept of organic farming, seed certification, rain water harvesting , techniques of irrigation and soil conservations and soil health cards.

Sub-Unit 3

  • Tourism policy, potential and initiative in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Types  of  tourism:  religious,  adventure,  heritage,  Important  tourist  destinations in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Social, Economic and Cultural implications of Tourism.
  • Concept  of  Eco-Tourism  and  green  tourism  and  their  role  in  sustainable development of the state.
  • Environmental  concerns  of  tourism  industry,  both  positive  and  negative  effects including climate change with reference to Himachal Pradesh.


Key Features of the Online Course

  • Live and recorded classes will be taught by India's best subject experts.

  • App login facility will be free for next 1 year from the admission.

  • Our Expert will fallow latest trend and pattern basically last 3 examinations.

  • Practice sets and previous year’s papers solutions will also provided in the both format.

  • All videos will continuously upload in the DIG learning App and subscribers can see anytime of the video and there will be no number of limits to see the video.

  • All types of doubt will be cleared by our team experts through the voice / video calling.

  • Following Books/Notes will be sent to student’s address free of cost as the part of Course Material : Printed booklets will deliver to subscribers.

    • DIG Current Affairs monthly magazine and Develop India Newspaper every month for 4 years.

    • 'Practice Test Series' will be provided.

    • Crash Course Capsule will also send to subscribers before one month of the examination.
      Free of cost Current Affairs video classes available for 4 years.

    • Online Test Series also available

  • Answer writing practice and tips will be provided by our subject experts.

Free-of-Cost Facilities:

  • Paper back Lazar Printed study materials will be available with full course subscribers

  • More than 35 practice tests will also provided

  • Current Affairs online videos will covered from last one years to next 2 years from the admission

  • Test Series package included with full course

  • Our Monthly Magazine for Current Affairs will delivered regularly at your email.

  • Strategy for success videos will also included with foundation course

  • Writing skill expert will guide on the regular basis

  • Our experts teams will be available for clarification and other doubts.

Special Discount: If any subscriber joins more than one our online exam program, then discount will be available 30%.

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Process of Delivery of Study Materials and Practice sets

  • Study materials will be dispatched within 7 days from the date of admission through speed post or by courier service according to your choice.

  • If Materials or Notes will be in updating will be sent you on later.

  • For preparation of Current Affairs our monthly current affairs magazine 'MINERVA' and 'Develop India Newspaper' will be sent free of cost for 5 years in your email (starting from the month of your admission).

EMI or Instalment Facility also available

You can pay your admission fee in 4 instalments. This will be apply in particular cases but not compulsory for all.




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