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  • Author: Manoj K. Jha

GS for PT is tough; most of the students are worried about it, as there is no fixed length and breath. However, at the same time they also show traits of careless attitude by carrying loose mode of preparation. Aspirants generally go through N.C.E.R.T. books and some crash materials. N.C.E.R.T. books are certainly important, but only to begin with. You cannot depend solely on these books. Even we use to categorize the PT questions for the sake of our convenience with a purpose of decoding the trend. But loose and general categorization does not help always.

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How to read India Year Book?

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  • Author: Manoj K. Jha

India Year Book is published by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. It provides a detailed knowledge about India and various sectors of the economy. But it is too bulky, detailed and complicated. which makes it difficult for an aspirant to read and grasp all the points.

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What is Integrity and why it is so Important for Civil Servants?

Integrity is a personal choice, an uncompromising and consistent commitment to honour moral, ethical, spiritual and artistic values and principles. Integrity compels us to be socially conscious and to welcome both personal and professional responsibility. Its values encourage us to be honest in all our dealings and committed to a lifelong search for truth and justice.

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Feminist Critique of Realist Theory

Since the end of the Cold War and the increased interdependence resulting from the globalization process, the field of international relations has faced major challenges to its core theoretical structure. It no longer revolves solely around the realist issues of war and security, but rather, international relations has broadened to include traditionally liberal concerns, such as the international political economy, socioeconomic development, human rights, non-state actors, and civil society. Apart from the two main theories of realism and liberalism, the feminist theory brings new perspectives to the international relations table.

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IAS Toppers Interview: EESHA PRIYA Rank 75 First Attempt

Name EESHA PRIYA
Rank in CSE 2015 75
Total Attempts in CSE 1
Optional Subject public administration
Medium English

Education

Class 10 percentage of marks 94
 Class 12Percentage of marks 82
Graduation: College and marks 83 (Btech)
Post graduation: College and marks N/A
Any other course Senior Engineer at Larsen &Toubro

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IAS Topper’s Interview: IAS Rank 89 Sumant Sahay, 137 Marks in Essay

Name Sumant Sahay
Rank in CSE 2015 89
Total Attempts in CSE 4
Optional Subject History
Medium English

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Prelims Answer Key 2016, IAS PT 2016 Answer Key with Explanation

Prelims 2016 Answer Key Set A

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Need for Capital Efficiency in Realizing Kalam Sir’s Dream of Developed India by 2020

A glory has departed. He was the greatest Indian alive in recent decades. His temper was scientific, his vision was humane and his work reflected the highest level of moral courage. He will keep on inspiring us and the coming generations to do more and better.  He had a dream and a vision of making India a developed nation by 2020.  He also had put forward the action plan required to realize this dream. I will try to put forward some of the hurdles we are facing in realizing that dream. Though there are many things that can be reformed including the social attitude, political culture but I keep this blog to requirement and efficiency of capital in relation to development. Continue reading

Britain : Industrialization and Utilitarianism

England was the 1st Country to experience the effects of the industrial revolution and during the 1st half of our classical period, was politically and economically in advance of all other European societies. In England, Industrialization come about without out widespread governmental assistance.

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