How how to succeed in IAS Exam in First Attempt

How how to succeed in IAS Exam in First Attempt

The preliminary examination of the civil service to be carried out by the examination of the public services of the Union is considered to be the most difficult stage in the whole process of a selection of IAS. Out of 100 candidates, who write the Prelims, 97 can not limit the preliminaries for two main reasons:
The review is expected to take place on 7 August. The total number of candidates is 9.5 lakh whose number of candidates who are eligible for the second stage will be only about 15,000. About one million candidates are struggling to find a place in the 15,000 most positions High, making the preliminary step certainly not a walk to the cake. But, if you are a serious candidate, embrace the right strategies, guidance and study material, self-study is enough.

Of the 9.5 lakh candidates, only half a session for Prelims!
Of the 9.5 lakh candidates, who enroll in the Civil Services preliminary examination, generally only half of them take the preliminary examination on D-Day. It is still more important in view of the number of vacancies. Approximately 15,000 to 16,000 candidates (12 to 13 times the number of vacancies) will be selected for the next round, ie the civil service order review. This means that only 3% 100 of the candidates will pass the exam.

How to prepare for the preliminary examination of civil services?

So it is important to plot a powerful strategy to eliminate IAS specimens and to be at the top 15000. Eliminating preliminaries will prove to be a lag if the aspirant gets proper orientation and orientation.

1. GS Paper 1 is the key now: review all topics!

Until 2014, GS Paper 2’s high ranking (known as CSAT) was the fastest and fastest way to decipher preliminary civilian services. By putting less effort compared to GS Paper 1, aspirants used a high score in this paper and preliminaries. But, with changes in the UPSC model in 2015, this strategy will not work in the future.

On the basic plan, covering all topics of the preliminary public service examination is the best approach to eliminating preliminaries now. It is not recommended to give priority to a particular book or area by thinking that questions will come from this source. Similarly, it is equally important not to miss simple questions from traditional subjects such as economics, geography, history and politeness. At least, brushing up NCERT books and prior questions from past years would be a good idea if you are cruelly unfolded. Keeping an eye on restricted competition, areas like culture and the environment should also be triggered. Preparation of routine business should be done taking into account the latest government projects and bills.

2. Take, Clear IAS preliminary simulated exams:

This is a field that distinguishes successful candidates from those who fail to crack the preliminaries. The simulated tests are an integral part of the regular preparations for successful candidates. By reviewing the attempts, you have the possibility to identify your errors. Writing simulated tests gives you confidence that is the key to success in any exam.

3. Investing in Good Books for Preliminary Public Service Review UPSC:

The collection of recommended books and good study materials is of paramount importance. NCERT books are supposed to be read by experts as well as selected candidates as they eliminate fundamental doubts and help candidates score higher marks at the two stages of the Civil Service Review – Prelims and Hands.

4. Follow our Prelims cum Mains approach:

For GS Paper 1, an ideal strategy would be to cover in detail the GS Mains and Prelims program which would give the concept clarity on all major topics. The type of questions asked in Prelims and Hands is different, but there are many areas where there is also overlap. A preliminary-axial integrated approach clings to the aspirants of civilian services who rely on preliminaries and networks in a single attempt. A good knowledge of overlapping and non-overlapping areas in the UPSC GS program for Prelims and Mains certainly gives you a competitive mileage compared to your competitors.

5. Go with a relaxed mind on the day of the exam:

All your efforts go in vain if you lose your cold on the day of the exam. It is pertinent to carefully read the questions and to ensure that you do not commit

How do EVMs, VVPAT machines work? Election Commission to demonstrate tomorrow

How do EVMs, VVPAT machines work? Election Commission to demonstrate tomorrow

In the ongoing debate over the fact that electronic voting machines (EVMs) can be manipulated, the Election Commission said it would hold a press conference on Saturday to announce the dates of the “EVM challenge.” Aside from the press conference, the survey will demonstrate the operation of the EVM live machinery and the verifiable paper audit system (VVPAT) to prove that they are infallible.
Several opposition parties, Aam Aadmi as the party and Congress have advanced EVM manipulation allegations in the federal election that has just concluded. The AAP has also shown, in a special session of the Delhi Assembly, how the EVM machine could be manipulated using a special code that can be fed during the voting process. The EC has denied the allegations and is likely to bring “open defiance” to all political parties this month in which they can try to demonstrate the alteration of the machines. The EC said that VVPAT machines will be used in all upcoming elections which voters can verify with the paper’s help if the vote was actually paid to the party for which they voted. The decision was announced after a daily meeting of all parties. At the meeting, several parties raised the issue of counterfeiting of EVM and some, such as Congress-Trinamool, RJD and BSP have even suggested a return to paper ballots.

Summer treat: Delhi temperature at par with Dharamshala, you’ve got till Sunday to enjoy

Summer treat: Delhi temperature at par with Dharamshala, you’ve got till Sunday to enjoy

Delhiites woke up at a mountain station like this week, when the mercury dropped to 29.4 degrees – about 11 degrees below normal temperature.
Officials from the regional weather service could not remember the last time the day’s temperature had dropped below 30 degrees Celsius in May.
Some neighbouring villages in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Sikkim, such as Dharamshala, Chamba, Solan, Tadong and Pitthorgarh, show almost similar temperatures between 28 and 30 degrees Celsius on Monday. Places on the buttresses, like Dehradun, had much higher temperatures around about 34 degrees Celsius. “Even if the nighttime temperature had dropped too much lower levels earlier, the daytime temperature has not dropped to levels as low as at least in the last six years.” This is Delhiites woke up at a mountain station like this week When the mercury dropped to 29.4 degrees – about 11 degrees below normal temperature.
Officials from the regional weather service could not remember the last time the day’s temperature had dropped below 30 degrees Celsius in May.
Some neighbouring villages in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Sikkim, such as Dharamshala, Chamba, Solan, Tadong and Pitthorgarh, show almost similar temperatures between 28 and 30 degrees Celsius on Monday. Places on the buttresses, like Dehradun, had much higher temperatures around 34 degrees Celsius. “Even if the night temperature had fallen to much lower levels earlier, daytime temperatures have not dropped to levels at least in the last six years.This is undoubtedly the lowest temperature in recent years” A senior Met department official said.
The nighttime temperature also dropped to around 21.8 degrees Celsius, the lowest since 2015. It was at least five degrees below normal temperature.
The normal temperature of the climate is the average temperature recorded during a period of three decades.
Met with officials explained that two systems – the western disturbance and cyclonic circulation – have resulted in clouds being transferred to Delhi-NCR, causing rain and thunderstorms.
The euphoria that would end soon. Mercury could still take at least 11 degrees Sunday. “The temperature should start rising Tuesday. We expect the mercury will touch 40 degrees Celsius before May 28,” said a senior official gathered.
A monster cloud triggered nearly 17 millimetres of rain on Monday before moving to Uttar Pradesh.
There have been at least 42 incidents of tree branches and 10 reports in which parts of buildings are being sold. Logging has been reported in at least five areas.sin doubt the lowest temperature may in recent years, “said a senior Met department official.
The nighttime temperature also dropped to around 21.8 degrees Celsius, the lowest since 2015. It was at least five degrees below normal temperature.
The normal temperature of the climate is the average temperature recorded during a period of three decades.
Met with officials explained that two systems – a western disturbance and cyclonic circulation – have resulted in clouds being transferred to Delhi-NCR, causing rain and thunderstorms.
The euphoria that would end soon. Mercury could still take at least 11 degrees Sunday. “The temperature should start rising Tuesday. We expect the mercury will touch 40 degrees Celsius before May 28,” said a senior department official gathered.
A monster cloud triggered nearly 17 millimetres of rain on Monday before moving to Uttar Pradesh.
There have been at least 42 incidents of tree branches and 10 reports in which parts of buildings are being sold. Logging has been reported in at least five areas.

Ministry Of Shipping Initiates Project Green Ports

The Union Ministry of Shipping or January 19, 2016 started Project Greer Ports, which will help in making the Maj o: Ports across India cleaner and greener Project Green Ports will have twc verticals—Green Ports Initiatives an: Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. It include; twelve initiatives which will be implemented under strict time-boun; fashion in order to achieve the target; Some of these initiatives are— Preparation and monitoring plan Acquiring equipments required fo: monitoring environmental pollution. Acquiring dust suppression system Setting up of sewage/waste wate: treatment plants/ garbage disposal plan: Setting up projects for energy generatio: from renewable energy sources Completion of shortfalls of Oil SpL Response (OSR) facilities (Tier-1); anc Prohibition of disposal of almost all kin: of garbage at sea, improving the qualir of harbour wastes, etc.

The Ministry has identified 20 activitie; with certain time-line to promot: cleanliness at the port premises. Some of] the activities include Cleaning the wharf Cleaning and repairing of sheds; Cleanin: and repairing of port roads; Paintim road signs, zebra crossing, pavemerr edges; Modernising and cleanliness of a1 the toilet complexes in the operation: area; Placement of dustbins at reguR intervals; Beautification and cleaning of parks; Putting boards indicating cleanliness messages; Cleaning an:

repairing of all drainages and storm water systems; and Tree plantation. In order to achieve these objectives, regular training will be provided to the staff in order to generate awareness and inculcate a positive’ attitude towards keeping the environment clean and green.

International Solar Alliance Headquartered In India With UN As Strategic Partner

Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi along with the President of France, Mr. Francois Hollande, on January 25, 2016 laid the foundation stone of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) headquarters in National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) in Gwalpahari, Gurgaon. They also inaugurated the interim Secretariat of the ISA at the same place. India dedicated 5 acres of land at NISE to ISA for hosting its Secretariat and also contributed Rs. 175 crore for ISA corpus fund for an initial period of five years. Thereafter, it is expected to generate its own resources and become self-financing. ISA is part of Prime Minister’s vision to bring clean and affordable energy within the reach of all and create a sustainable world. It will be a new beginning for accelerating development and deployment of solar energy for achieving universal energy access and energy security of the present and future generations. Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi stated that the ISA would be India’s first international and inter-governmental organisation headquartered in India. ISA will be dedicated to promotion of solar energy for making solar energy a valuable source of affordable and reliable green and clean energy in 121 member countries. He thanked the President of France for his continued help and support in shaping the ISA. Mr. Hollande said that France wanted to build the post-Paris Agreement world with India and ISA paved the way for this. The Alliance has France’s full support. He announced that the French Development Agency would allocate 300 million euros to developing solar energy over the next five years in order to finance the initial projects.

The ISA has been envisioned as a specialised platform and will contribute towards the common goal of increasing utilisation and promotion of solar energy and solar applications in its member countries. It was jointly launched in Paris by India and France on November 30, 2015 during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21)A

 

India and Brunei on February 2, 2016 signed three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in the fields of defence, health and youth affairs & sports. These MoUs were signed by representatives of both countries in the presence of the visiting Vice-President Mr. Hamid Ansari at Brunei’s capital Bandar Seri Begawan. The key agenda of Vice President’s visit was to decide upon the specifics of defence cooperation, health sector tie-up and establishing a gas-based urea manufacturing unit by India in Brunei. Mr. Ansari also met the Sultan of Brunei Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Muizzaddin Waddaulah.

Vice-President Mr. Hamid Ansari with
Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah
Mui^yaddin Waddaulah, Sultan of

Brunei, in Brunei on February 2, 2016.

An MoU in Health Cooperation was signed with an objective to establish cooperation in the field of health between the two countries by means of pooling technical, scientific, financial and human resources and pharmaceutical regulatory practices. An MoU on Defence Cooperation has a purpose to enhance and expand the scope of Defence Cooperation between the two countries in various fields. Defence ties between India and Brunei dates back to many decades and already exist in the form of naval ship visits, training of senior military officers in Staff Colleges and exchange of experience. The defence agreement between both countries is being considered as a major diplomatic breakthrough since both sides established formal relations in 1984. Currently, oil-rich Brunei’s defence responsibilities are handled by the United Kingdom. India’s defence cooperation with Brunei plays significant role in the present circumstances as the later has territorial disputes with China on the issue of South China Sea. An MoU on Cooperation in Youth and Sports Affairs seeks to provide a framework for exchanges of sports teams and sportspersons.

 

During the visit, Vice-Presiden: Mr. Hamid Ansari also talked abou: terrorism, especially how technology ha; been used and importance of sharing information to fight against terrorism the South China Sea dispute and the role of ASEAN to promote regional security.