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Indian Polity (One Liner)

  • Who decides on any dispute regarding election of Vice President of India? – Supreme Court
  • Which article provides power to the election commission to conduct elections in India? – Article 324
  • Which article authorises Parliament to change the boundary of the States? – Article 3
  • When the fundamental duties of citizens were added in the Constitution? – 1976
  • What was the total strength of the Constituent Assembly? – 389
  • In India, separation of judiciary from executive is enjoined by which provision of the constitution? – Directive Principle of State Policy
  • If the President wants to resign, to whom he will address his resignation- Vice President
  • What is the maximum age limit set for the post of President of India? – There is no maximum age limit.
  • In the event of a deadlock between the two houses of Parliament, who presides over the Joint Session – Speaker of Lok Sabha
  • How many types of emergencies are there in the Constitution? – Three
  • In India, how many times has the President declared a financial emergency? – never
  • How many times has the President declared a National Emergency? – three times

General Studies (One Liner)

  • Who among the following was first woman judge of India? – Fatima Beevi
  • Who can extend the writ jurisdiction of the Supreme Court? – No one
  • Who is the first sportsperson to receive the Padma Vibhushan award? – Viswanathan Anand
  • The correct meaning of the term Jins-i-kamil concerning crops in Mughal India is? – Cash Crop
  • In India, the ‘effective literacy rates’ are calculated from? – 7 years
  • Farmers are requested to mix lime with soil while farming their fields do decrease which factor? – acidity
  • Coins made of metal first appeared in? – Later Vedic Age
  • Which materials were used for minting coins during the rule of Mauryas? – Silver and Copper
  • From the bark of which plant is Quinine extracted? – Cinchona
  • Study dealing with the interactions of same species of living organism with their non-living environment? – Autecology
  • The electronic configuration of an atom having atomic number ’20’ is? – 2, 8, 8, 2
  • The most reactive among the halogen is? – Fluorine
  • Sivasamundra is an island formed by the river? – Cauvery
  • On the bank of which river, Hyderabad is located? – Musi River
  • Which article provides power to the election commission to conduct elections in India? – Article 324
  • What is the tenure of the Chief Election Commissioner? – 06 years/ 65 years
  • When Paika rebellion took place? – 1817
  • Where is Sudarshan Lake located? – Gujarat
  • Who made Sudarshan lake? – Chandragupta Maurya
  • Who rebuilt the Sudarshan lake? – Skandagupta
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BPSC General Studies Manual (Prelims and Main Exam)

Table of Content

  • Indian Polity
  • Ancient History of India
  • Medieval History of India
  • Modern History of India
  • Indian Economy
  • Physical Geography
  • Human Geography
  • Geography of India
  • Indian Society
  • General Science (Physics)
  • General Science (Chemistry)
  • General Science (Biology)
  • General Science (Space Awareness)
  • Indian Culture
  • Culture of Bihar
  • Modern History of Bihar
  • Geography of Bihar
  • Ancient History of Bihar
  • Medieval History of Bihar
  • Modern History of Bihar

The e-Book has been prepared in accordance with the latest pattern of UPSC Examination.

Topics covered

  • Indian Polity
  • Ancient History of India
  • Medieval History of India
  • Modern History of India
  • Indian Economy
  • Physical Geography
  • Human Geography
  • Geography of India
  • Indian Society
  • General Science (Physics)
  • General Science (Chemistry)
  • General Science (Biology)
  • General Science (Space Awareness)
  • Indian Culture
  • World History
  • Indian Society
  • Disaster Management
  • Essay

The e-Book has been prepared in accordance with the latest pattern of OPSC OAS Examination.

Topics covered

  • Indian Polity
  • Ancient History of India
  • Medieval History of India
  • Modern History of India
  • Indian Economy
  • Physical Geography
  • Human Geography
  • Geography of India
  • Indian Society
  • General Science (Physics)
  • General Science (Chemistry)
  • General Science (Biology)
  • General Science (Space Awareness)
  • Indian Culture
  • World History
  • Indian Society
  • Disaster Management
  • Essay
  • Culture of Odisha
  • Modern History of Odisha
  • Geography of Odisha
  • Ancient History of Odisha
  • Medieval History of Odisha
  • Modern History of Odisha

E-Books

Table of Content

  1. System analysis in Human geography
  2. Malthusian Model
  3. Marxian Model
  4. Demographic Transition Model
  5. Central Place theory of Christaller
  6. Perroux and Boudeville’s concept of growth poles
  7. Von Thunen’s model of agricultural location
  8. Weber’s model of industrial location
  9. Rostov’s model of stages of growth
  10. Heart-land and Rimland theories
  11. Laws of international boundaries and frontiers

Table of Content

  • Geography of Bihar
  • History of Bihar
  • Culture of Bihar
  • Census of Bihar
  • Economy of Bihar
  • Political System in Bihar
  • Industries in Bihar
  • Social Structure of Bihar

Contents

  1. Factors controlling landform development
  2. Endogenetic and Exogenetic Forces
  3. Origin and Evolution of the Earth’s Crusts
  4. Fundamentals of Geomagnetism
  5. Physical conditions of the earth’s interior
  6. Geosynclines
  7. Continental drift
  8. Isostasy
  9. Plate tectonics
  10. Recent views on mountain building
  11. Volcanicity
  12. Earthquakes and Tsunamis
  13. Concepts of geomorphic cycles and Land scape development
  14. Denudation chronology
  15. Channel morphology
  16. Erosion surfaces
  17. Slope development
  18. Applied Geomorphology
  19. Geomorphology, economic geology and environment

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