[Admissions Open]Intensive Bridge Course(IBC) for GS-4 for UPSC Mains 2023 by Umesh Sir & Shashank Sir | Starts on 22nd June 2023

    CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE FOR GS-4   The course starts on: 22nd June 2023 Duration of Course: 12 days Fee(full package including case studies): Rs. 7500/- incl. taxes Early bird Discount: 10% valid till 18th June 2023 Old Subscriber Discount: 10% Mode: Offline at Bengaluru and Online   Fee …

[Admissions Open]Intensive Bridge Course(IBC) for GS-3 for UPSC Mains 2023 by Sailesh Sir & Ashish Sir | Starts on 26th June 2023

        Course starts on: 26th June 2023 Duration of Course: 26th June- 9th July 2023  Early bird Discount: 10% valid till 20th June 2023 Old Subscriber Discount: 10%   CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE FOR GS-3   CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE COMBO for GS-1,2,3 …

[Admissions Open]Intensive Bridge Course(IBC) for GS-2 for UPSC Mains 2023 by Manjunath Sir & Shashank Sir | Starts on 10th June 2023

            Course starts on: 10th June 2023 Duration of Course: 10th June-22nd June 2023 Early bird Discount: 10% valid till 5th June 2023 Old Subscriber Discount: 10%     CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE FOR GS-2   CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE COMBO …

[Admissions Open]Intensive Bridge Course(IBC) for GS-1 for UPSC Mains 2023 by Sudeep Sir | Starts on 10th July 2023

        Course starts on: 10th July 2023 Duration of Course: 10th July-22nd/24th July  Early bird Discount: 10% valid till 20th June 2023 Old Subscriber Discount: 10%   CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE FOR GS-1 CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE INTENSIVE BRIDGE COURSE COMBO for GS-1,2,3 & GS-4 and …

EDITORIAL ANALYSIS : Darwin must stay in Indian school textbooks

                   Source: The Hindu   Prelims: Theory of evolution, theory of Dashavatara, survival of the fittest, NCERT etc Mains GS Paper I and II: Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in everyday life etc ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS In 2018, the Union Minister of Human Resource Development, called Darwin’s theory of evolution “scientifically wrong” …

[MISSION 2023] Mini Secure Revision Test: 29 April 2023

  How to Follow Secure Initiative? How to Self-evaluate your answer?  MISSION – 2022: YEARLONG TIMETABLE   Answer the following questions in 150 words: General Studies – 1   1. As urbanization and population growth increase, so does the amount of municipal solid waste produced, leading to a surge in unsanitary landfills that cause severe …

The troika of the Northeast region, comprising the Centre, state governments, and indigenous communities, can be a critical component of India’s Act East policy. Critically examine the challenges and opportunities associated with this troika.

  8. The troika of the Northeast region, comprising the Centre, state governments, and indigenous communities, can be a critical component of India’s Act East policy. Critically examine the challenges and opportunities associated with this troika. Reference: The Hindu

How can digitization of land records promote transparency, reduce corruption, and promote rural development? Discuss the government’s initiatives towards digitization of land records in India and the measures needed to improve the effectiveness of these programs.

7. How can digitization of land records promote transparency, reduce corruption, and promote rural development? Discuss the government’s initiatives towards digitization of land records in India and the measures needed to improve the effectiveness of these programs. Reference: Live Mint , Insights on India

If a positive and proactive approach is adopted towards India’s population growth, along with pragmatic policy moves, its large population, often seen as a burden, can actually become an asset in terms of economic growth and development. Analyse.

6. If a positive and proactive approach is adopted towards India’s population growth, along with pragmatic policy moves, its large population, often seen as a burden, can actually become an asset in terms of economic growth and development. Analyse. Reference: The Hindu , Insights on India