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About HAS/HPAS Prelims Test Series 2022

Dear Aspirants!
We are pleased to announce our HAS/HPAS-Prelims Test Series-2022. This is your trust which motivates us to give best possible test series for you every year. Our team is continuously analyzing previous year papers and we are trying to provide tests according to the latest pattern. Each paper of HAS/HPAS Prelims Test Series 2022 has been designed in a way that questions will check your clarity of thoughts, conceptual understanding and consistency of preparation.

 

Tips to Use HAS/HPAS Prelims Test Series 2022:

 

To make best use of this test series, it is advisable to go though the schedule of the test series and make proper strategy with time bound revision. Then, appear in the tests only after proper preparation of particular test. Take every test as your final exam. Your main work will start after the
result of your test. Give proper time to analyze each paper and revise again. Always keep in mind, the basic rule of success “Learn, Evaluate, Improve, Succeed”.

 

 

Salient features of HAS/HPAS-Prelims Test Series 2022

  1. There will be total 30 Tests [10-Sectional, 4-Current Affairs (April 2021 to March 2022), 4-HP GK Tests, 12 Full Length Test (8-GS, 4-CSAT)]
  2. All the tests are available online (in our Nimbus Academy app) as well as offline.
  3. Ranking among all the candidates will be provided showing your performance with pie charts and comparison with the topper for each test.
  4. All the tests will be provided with explanation.
  5. Each test will consist of 100 multiple type questions.

Total 30 Tests consists of:

  • Geography-2
  • History-2
  • Polity-2
  • Economy-2
  • Environment-1
  • General Science-1
  • HP-GK-4
  • Current Affairs-1
  • GS-FLT-8
  • CSAT-FLT-4
  • Current Affairs-4

All the details regarding dates and syllabus for HAS/HPAS PRE Test Series 2022 are given below. Please revise the Syllabus before each test.

Test No.
Date
Subject
Syllabus
116/01/2022Geography-1
(Physical Geography)
• Geography as a Discipline
• The Earth-Its Origin and Evolution
• Interior of the Earth
• Materials of the Earth's Crust
• Earth Movements, Volcanoes andEarthquakes
• Landforms and Their Significance
• Soils
• The Underground Water
• The Process of Gradation
• Composition and Structure of theAtmosphere
• Insolation and Temperature
• Atmospheric Pressure, Winds and Airmasses
• Moisture in the Atmosphere,Classification of Climates
• The Profile of the Ocean Floor
• Ocean Waters and Their Circulation
• Marine Life and Deposits
• Man and Oceans
• The Biosphere
• World Geography
• Natural Resources
• Renewable Resources: Forest and Fish
• Grasslands and Animal Rearing
• Non-renewable Resources: Minerals, Energy Resources
• Conservation of Natural Resources
• Utilisation of Natural Resources
• Major Crops of the World
• Manufacturing Industries
• Location of Industries & Major Industries ofthe Word
• Transport and Communication
• InternationalTrade
• Population settlements
219/01/2022Geography-2 (Indian Geography)• Indian Geography
• India The Location Setting
• Relief and Drainage
• Climate
• Soils and Natural Vegetation
• Regions of India
• The Peopling of India
• Population of India: Spatial Distribution andGrowth
• Population Composition: DemographicAttributes
• Population Composition: Ethnic and Socio-
• Cultural Attributes
• Human Settlements and House Types
• Unity in Diversity
• "Indian Geography-II
• Natural Resources of India
• Main Features of Agriculture
• Manufacturing Industries
• Transport Systems
• Regional Development
323/01/2022History-1
(Art & Culture/ Ancient History/ Medieval History)
• Indian Monuments and their builders
• Classical Dances, Folk Dances and Martial Arts
• Indian Paintings
• Famous Temples in India
• Indian Schools of ancient Indian Philosophy
• Puppetry, Theatre Forms, Musical Instrument
• Architecture during Delhi Sultanate
• Architecture during Mughal Architecture
• Ancient Indian Architecture
• Indian Handicraft
• Language in India
• Religion in India
• Indian Literature
• Fairs and Festivals of India
• Recent Geographical Indications
• Indus Valley Civilization(IVC)
• Early Vedic Period(1500BC-1000BC)
• Later Vedic Period (1000-500BC)
• Buddhism & Jainism
• Mahajanapadas, Haryanka Dynasty, ShishunagaDynasty, Nanda Dynasty
• Mauryan Period
• Foreign Invasions in India
• Kushana Empire
• Gupta Period
• Sangam Age
• Chalukya Dynasty and Pallava Dynasty
• State in North India (Palas, Pratiharas and Rashtrakutas)
• The Rajput States
• Vijaynagar and Bahmani Kingdom
• Delhi Sultanate
• Mughal Empire
• Bhakti and Sufi Movement
426/01/2022History-2
(Modern History)
• Advent of the Europeans in India
• Later Mughals
• Consolidation of British Power in India
• Revolt of 1857
• Reform Movements
• Beginning of Modern Nationalism in India
• Indian National Congress: foundation and the
• Moderate Phase
• National Movement 1905-1918
• Nationalism (1919-1939)
• Emergence of Gandhi
• Civil Disobedience Movement and Roundtable Conferences
• Nationalism Response in the wake of worldWar-II
• Quit India Movement
• Demand for Pakistan
• INA
• Constitutional, Administrative and JudicialDevelopments
• British Policies in India
• Economic Impact of British Rule in India
• Development of Press
• Development ofEducation
• Peasant Movements
• The Movements ofworking class
530/01/2022Polity-1• Making of Indian Constitution
• Preamble
• Citizenship
• Historical Background
• Fundamental Rights
• Fundamental Duties
• Directive Principles of state Policy
• Amendments
• Basic Structure
• Parliamentary System
• Federal System
• Centre State Relations
• Emergency Provisions
• President
• Vice President
• Prime Minister
• Council of Minister
• Cabinet Committees
602/02/2022Polity-2• Parliament
• Parliamentary forums
• Parliamentary Group
• Judiciary-(Supreme Court)
• Judiciary (State)
• State Govt.
• Panchayati Raj
• Municipalities
• UTs
• Scheduled and Tribal Areas.
• Constitutional Bodies
• Non Constitutional Bodies
• Elections
• Electoral Parties
• Election laws
• Anti Defection Laws
706/02/2022Economy-1• Economic Growth and Development
• Sectors of an Economy
• Evolution of the Indian Economy
• Types of Planning
• Planning in India
• Economic Reforms
• Inflation and Business Cycle
• Agriculture and food Management
• Public Finance in India
• Sustainability and Climate change
• Human Development in India
809/02/2022Economy-2• Industry and Infrastructure
• Services Sector
• Indian financial Market
• Banking in India
• Insurance in India
• Security in India
• External Sector in India
• International Economic organisation
• Tax structure in India
913/02/2022Current Affairs-1• April, May, June
1016/02/2022Environment• Ecology
• Ecosystem
• Terrestrial Ecosystem
• Aquatic Ecosystem
• Environmental Pollution
• RenewableEnergy.
• Environmental Issues
• Environmental impact Assessment
• Biodiversity
• Indian Biodiversity
• Wildlife protection Act 1972
• Animal Diversity of India
• Plant Diversity of India
• Marine organism
• Protocol Area Network
• Conservation Efforts (All Projects)
• Climate Change
• Impact of Climate Changein India
• Mitigation Strategies
• Climate Changeorganisation
• Agriculture
• Acts and Policies
• Institution and Measure Environmentalorganisations
• Environmental Conventions.
• Environmental Issues and Health Effects.
1120/02/2022Science• Basic Physics
• Basic Chemistry
• Basic Biology
1223/02/2022Current Affairs-2• July, Aug, Sept.
1327/02/2022HP GK-1• Himachal Geography
1402/03/2022HP GK-2• History of Himachal
1506/03/2022HP GK-3• Society & Culture of HP
1609/03/2022HP GK-4• Economy of Himachal
1713/03/2022Current Affairs-3• Oct., Nov., Dec.
1816/03/2022GS FLT-1• Full Length Test
1919/03/2022GS FLT-2• Full Length Test
2020/03/2022GS FLT-3• Full Length Test
2123/03/2022GS FLT-4• Full Length Test
2226/03/2022CSAT FLT-1• Full Length Test
2327/03/2022GS FLT-5• Full Length Test
2430/03/2022GS FLT-6• Full Length Test
2502/04/2022CSAT FLT-2• Full Length Test
2603/04/2022Current Affairs-4• Jan, Feb, March
2706/04/2022GS FLT-7• Full Length Test
2809/04/2022CSAT FLT-3• Full Length Test
2910/04/2022GS FLT-8• Full Length Test
3010/04/2022CSAT FLT-4• Full Length Test

Prepared by team of Nimbus Academy for IAS

“TEAM MEMBERS”

Rajeev Kumar

Deepak Bijalwan

Vishal Kalyan

Kailash Pandey

Kirandeep Kaur

Pranav Sharma

Pricing List

Full Length Tests

12 Test series
999
  • FLT – GS (8 Tests)
  • FLT – CSAT (4 Tests)

FAQ

What will the starting date and schedule of HAS/HPAS Pre Test Series 2022?

The test will start from 16th January 2022 and there will be 2-3 tests every week. Date wise Schedule is mentioned above.

How can I get the tests if I buy the Test Series online.

All the tests will be provided in our App  “Nimbus Academy”

How will I get the tests if I buy this test series offline?

Either we can courier you or you can collect from our branch. But Printing charges and courier charges will be extra.

Is HAS/HPAS Pre Test Series 2022 is available in Hindi?

No, this year we are not Providing test series in Hindi.

Terms and conditions

1. Nimbus Academy reserves all rights to make any changes in HAS/HPAS Pre Test Series 2022 schedule/syllabus, if need so arises.

2. Nimbus Academy reserves all rights related to admission.

3. Students needs to provide HAS roll no. and details at officialnimbusias@gmail.com

4. Nimbus Academy has the right to publish the result for promotion, in case of selection of the students.