Month: February 2020

Prelims 2020 Important Topics: 1-29 February

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Prelims 2020: Current Affairs 28 February 2020

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Daily News Prescription – 28 February 2020

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Prelims 2020: Current Affairs 27 February 2020

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Daily News Prescription – 27 February 2020

GS2: Polity and Governance When a court pronounces a verdict, without giving reasons (TH) In a highly unusual move, a nine-judge Bench of the Supreme Court resorted to a non-speaking order as it ruled affirmatively on the preliminary issue on Sabarimala controversy. Explained: Govt to establish Central Consumer Protection Authority; what is it? (IE) Govt has set …

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Daily Current Affairs 26 February 2020

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Rajasthan Current Affairs February 2020

Rajasthan State Current GK / Current Affairs are relevant for almost all of Rajasthan State Public Services Examinations including RPSC RAS/RTS. we make an attempt to enlist/summarise news and other important current affairs with regards to Rajasthan. However, readers should note that current affairs have been specifically prepared with regard to RPSC RAS/RTS Prelims and …

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UPSC Daily Current Affairs 25-02-2020

Daily Current Affairs for UPSC State PSC and other competitive exams 2020. The Hindu, PIB, Indian Express daily news analysis for Preliminary Examination GS Paper-1. UPSC Daily Current Affairs UPSC IAS Prelims 2020 Batch 4: Complete Revision Law Commission of India The Law Commission of India is a non-statutory body constituted by the Government of …

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Daily News Prescription – 25 February 2020

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Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources

NLCPR, created in 1997–98, is the accrual of the unspent balance of the mandatory 10% budgetary allocation of the Ministries/Departments. Its objective is to ensure speedy development of infrastructure in North eastern states and Sikkim by way of filling the existing infrastructural gaps in the region by making funds available from the pool. The accruals …

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North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme

It is a central sector scheme to fill up the gaps in creation of infrastructure in specified sectors till March 2020. It covers, Physical infrastructure relating to water supply, power, connectivity and specially the projects promoting tourism Infrastructure of social sectors of education and health. Thus, it will not only strengthen health care and education …

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North East Rural Livelihood Project

It is a central Sector scheme externally aided by World Bank and implemented in four North Eastern States namely Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. The objective is to improve livelihoods of the poor, especially that of women and the disadvantaged people in the project area. The identification of Districts for the project was done by …

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One Rank One Pension Scheme

The scheme promises equal pension to military personnel retiring in the same rank with the same length of service, regardless of the date of retirement. OROP would be fixed based on the calendar year 2013 as the average of minimum and maximum pension in 2013 and those drawing pensions above the average will be protected. …

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Mission Raksha Gyan Shakti

Mission Raksha Gyan Shakti (Power of Defence Knowledge) was launched to provide a boost to the IPR culture in indigenous defence industry. It aims at educating scientists and technologists in defence public sector undertakings and ordnance factories OFs to create more patents. A target has been set to train approximately 10,000 persons of OFs and …

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Make II Scheme

Make II Scheme corresponds to Make in India initiative in Defence production. The provision of ‘Make’ category in Defence procurement Procedure is a pillar for realising the vision behind Make in India. Make Scheme fosters indigenous capabilities through design & development of required defence equipment/product/upgrades by both public and private sector industry in a faster …

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Project Mausam

Project Mausam‘is to showcase a Transnational Mixed Route (including Natural and Cultural Heritage) on the World Heritage List. It aims to understand how the knowledge and manipulation of the monsoon winds has shaped interactions across the Indian Ocean and led to the spread of shared knowledge systems, traditions, technologies and ideas along maritime routes. Archaeological …

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Junior Heritage Mistri Scheme

The scheme comes under the Centre’s Heritage Mason programme. Rajasthan was chosen as a pilot State for the scheme in view of its rich architectural heritage. Rajasthan government is raising a new class of masons to help conserve the State’s rich architectural heritage. Under the programme, the government has started training youths on indigenous building …

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Intangible Heritage Scheme

Scheme for Safeguarding the Intangible Heritage and Diverse Cultural Traditions of India is a new scheme for revitalizing various institutions, groups, individuals, NGOs, researchers and scholars to engage in activities for preserving and promoting the rich Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) of India. The scheme is being implemented through Sangeet Natak Akademi, an autonomous organisation under …

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Seva Bhoj Yojana

It is a Central Sector Scheme under which the CGST and Central Government‘s share of IGST paid by Charitable Religious Institutions on purchase of specific raw food items shall be reimbursed to them. The charitable religious institutions include Temples, Gurudwara, Dharmik Ashram, Mosques, Dargah, Church, Matth, Monastries etc. The objective of the scheme is to …

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Antyodaya Anna Yojana

The scheme aims to make Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) more focused and targeted towards the poorest section of population. Beneficiary families under the scheme are distributed 35 kg of rice and wheat at the rates of Rs. 3 per kg and Rs. 2 per kg respectively. Coarse grains, on the other hand, are distributed …

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