What is the Top-most reason for not getting selected into UPSC exams? In one word, its NEGLIGENCE. ## Negligence. Here are few examples that will help you to relate: (If you do any of them; you are increasing your chances of failures with each passing day) – I’ll study from tomorrow (कल देख लूँगा!) -Just trying… Continue reading What is the Top-most reason for not getting selected into UPSC exams?
What are payments bank? – conceptualised by RBI. – Payments bank can only deposit money which is restricted to 1 Lac per customer. – They cannot issue credit card or give loans. A/c types: Saving A/c or Current A/c (Note: Current A/c are best suited for people who have to make many transactions. There is… Continue reading Will Payments Bank will improve the financial inclusion in India?
PM Modi’s visit to Tokyo, Japan marked the signing of the historic Indo-Japan Civil Nuclear Deal. Why is the Indo-Japan Nuclear Deal is being considered as historic? 1. First Country: India has become the 1st country to have inked a civil nuclear deal despite not being a signatory to NPT (Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty). 2. Entry… Continue reading Why is the Indo-Japan Civil Nuclear Deal is being considered as historic?
NAQI or National Air Quality Index is an aur quality index which was launched to disseminate the inforinformation related to aur quality in a manner easily comprehensible to general public. Complex Air Quality data of 8 pollutants is transformed into a single number or index called NAQI. The 8 pollutants which are used to construct… Continue reading National Air Quality Index.
Environmental Emergency is a term coined by National Green Tribunal (NGT) recently. Environmental Emergency is a situation when: 1. The concentration of PM10 (Particulate Matter-10) in the environment exceeds the value of 500 microgram/cubic metre Or 2. When the concentration of PM2.5 in the environment exceeds the value of 300 microgram/cubic metre. The Environmental Emergency was… Continue reading Environmental Emergency.
Life lessons from engineering that are useful for UPSC aspirants. ## Last-minute study. Last-minute study is very popular in engineering colleges. Since, the question paper is predictable so even last-minute studies can increase your scores in the exams. The same concept must be applied to UPSC preparation as well. If you have 5-10 minutes then… Continue reading Life lessons from engineering that are useful for UPSC aspirants.
What IAS aspirants can learn from corporate sector? The employees in corporate sector work from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (i.e. 9 hours of work each day with weekends off). As one climbs the ladder, the work load increases & it may be required to work for longer hours. ## Hard-Work. You are trapped. There… Continue reading What IAS aspirants can learn from corporate sector?