Science and Technology Questions & Answers for UPSC

Science and Technology is that segment of UPSC Civil Services Examination that scares most of the aspirants coming from non-technical backgrounds. One question is often asked that is, “How to prepare Science and Technology for UPSC?”

Along with answering how to prepare for Science and Technology for UPSC IAS Exam, BYJU’S Science Education Portal has answered questions from wide-ranging topics that are important for the exam.

The answers are tailored to aspirants’ needs. Not only from the static topics, questions are extracted even from the current affairs topics that are related to science and technology.

How will Science Questions & Answers help UPSC aspirants?

The Science and Technology Questions & Answers portal will help IAS aspirants in the following way:

  • Clarity of topics – A variety of topics from science are covered that will bring clarity on how to approach this subject for UPSC.
  • UPSC Syllabus is the source – Any topic that is important from the civil services examination point of view has been covered in the form of questions ans answers.
  • From NCERTs to Current Affairs – Each question from a key topic that has been covered either in school textbooks or newspapers and is important from the exam’s point of view will be answered here.
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ISRO headquarters is located in Bangalore.You can read about the Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO Notes for UPSC] in the given link....
The main satellite launch centre of ISRO is located in Sriharikota, Nellore District of Andhra Pradesh. This centre is known by the name Satish...
The Department of Space in India is headed by the Prime Minister of India - Narendra Modi. The Union Minister for State (MoS) in the Department...
Vikram Sarabhai was the founder of ISRO. ISRO was formed on August 15, 1969. You can read about the Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO...
ISRO was established on August 15, 1969. It was established by Vikram Sarabhai. ISRO succeeded its predecessor organisation named Indian National...
Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai is known as the father of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). You can read about the Indian Space Research...
ISRO develops and launches satellites which are used for various purposes such as navigation, communication, remote sensing, broadcasting,...
ISRO has plans to send Indian astronauts to space. There are plans for more lunar missions and mars missions. You can read about the Indian Space...
ISRO and NASA are collaborating on building and launching a satellite named NISAR, which is an earth observation satellite. You can read about...
ISRO is the first space agency in the world to have successfully inserted a probe into the orbit of Mars in its very first attempt. You can read...
Genome India project aims to build a reference genome by collecting 10,000 genetic samples from citizens all over India. You can read about the...
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Human genome project was important to understand how humans are evolving in the present, human evolution in the past, and to understand human...
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is situated in 23 different locations, spread across India. The headquarters of ISRO is in Bengaluru....
No, India was not a part of the Human Genome Project. You can read about the IndiGen Genome Project: Aims, Benefits and Challenges in the given...
Some of the important space centres of ISRO are Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Space Application Centre (SAC),...
The human genome project had the participation of scientists from 6 different countries - United States of America (USA), United Kingdom (U.K),...
ISRO has 13 different centres in Bangalore. Some of the most well-known centres are Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC), U R Rao Satellite...

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