UPSC Current Affairs 2017: Govt. Schemes – UDAN UDAN scheme is a component of the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) for regional connectivity. A “first of its kind” in the world, UDAN scheme proposes to empower commoners with low-cost travel options considered a luxury until now. Under this scheme, 50 per cent of the seats […]
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UPSC Civil Services Exam is conducted in three stages-prelims, mains and interview. The Preliminary Examination is a screening test where candidates face objective type questions. As per the latest pattern of UPSC IAS exam, one has to tackle the factual as well as conceptual questions, candidates need to adopt right strategy rather than just cramming […]
UPSC IAS Prelims is the first step to crack the UPSC Civil Services Exam. This is the first stage were one has to appear in two papers -GS Paper and CSAT. An aspirant needs to follow a proper strategy in order to crack this exam. Women and children are a vital part of Indian society. […]
The Indian Government runs many schemes for the welfare of the population which is under Centre as well as the States. The diverse social welfare initiatives and schemes introduced by the Government of India are very important from the point of view of UPSC Civil Services Examination. Read on for the important schemes for UPSC […]
Internal Security Notes for UPSC The “Various security forces in India and their mandate” is very important topic in UPSC Civil Services Examination General Studies Paper III. As per the term “Various security forces in India and their mandate”, this area in General studies Paper III covers the important security forces in the country dealing […]
The Nepal Earthquake (Intensity 7.9 on Richter Scale) occurred on 25th April 2015 at 11:56 a.m., at a depth of approximately 15 km (shallow earthquake), with its epicentre approximately 34 km east-southeast of Lamjung, Nepal. Nepal is prone to earthquakes because it is at the junction of the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates. The earthquake […]
This lecture stresses on the importance of Science and Technology and its related infrastructure in India. Further, various departments within the Government of India and their mandate is discussed- for example, DST (Department of Science and Technology). Understanding the development and advancements in the sphere of Science and Technology from an Indian context is important […]
This lecture brings out the differences between terms such as ‘Habitat’ and ‘Niche’ in a lucid and crisp manner. Further, the structure of an ecosystem is discussed. Understanding components of an ecosystem, and their characteristics is extremely important and lays a sound base for further study into the subject which has now become part of […]
This lecture deals with the developments that took place in the post-independence India. Sardar Vallabhai Patel played an important role in getting the princely states of pre-independent India merge with the Union of India. This lecture, in brief, attempts to explain the problems faced by India immediately after independence.
This lecture talks about Indian Revolutionaries in the post 1917 era and attempts to explain the methodology of these revolutionaries and their strengths and weaknesses.