General Study

Reforms in Indian agriculture

Reforms in Indian agriculture The Government of India has taken a series of reforms for the development of agriculture sector in the economy. A. Abolition of intermediaries: the most important action taken by the government is the removal of Zamindars. The colonial government appoints the nominal head of the land and take collect land revenue from the Tillers without taking any initiative to improve the land. The basic idea behind this step was the ownership of land to give incentive to the actual pillars to make improve segments. This policy about 200 lakh farmers into direct contact with the government. This ownership right gives them the incentive but increase output and this contribute to grow the agriculture. B. The ceiling …

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Infrastructure

Infrastructure refers to all such activities services and facilities that are needed to provide different lands of service in an economy. It includes services like railway roads irrigation public utility communication and so on. In our India, it is very important to improve this to maintain the wealth and power of every place, like hospitals, schools and colleges. This plays a very effective key role of an economy in the urban areas as well as rural areas. It is more important to maintain the rural areas especially. So let’s discuss about the different kind of it. It is categorised in these two: Economic infrastructure: it includes such elements of infrastructure which are essential for the development of the economy. it …

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Demonetisation

The Government of India made an announcement on 8 November 2016 with profound implications for the Indian economy. The two largest domination notes,₹500 and ₹1000, were “demonetised” with immediate effect, ceasing to be legal tender except for a few specified purposes such as paying utility bills. This lead to 86% of the money in circulation invalid. Demonetisation is the act of stripping a currency unit of its status as legal tender. Demonetisation It occurs whenever there is a change of national currency: The current form or forms of money is pulled from circulation and retired, often to be replaced with new notes or coins. Or It is a situation where the Central Bank of the country (Reserved bank of India) …

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Gender discrimination

Gender discrimination is an equal or disadvantages treatment of an individual or group of individuals based on gender.  It can be treating and into equal differently based upon his/ her gender in academic discipline, class assignments, given in a classroom, class enrollment, physical education, grating for athletics disparity, still exists in India. Being born as women in the Indian society one has to face gender discrimination at all levels. At the household level – females are confined to the bounds of their household chores, raising children and looking after families, irrespective of her education degrees or her job profile. At her workplace: women have limited access to job opportunities and are paid less for the same work. The Indian constitution …

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Copyright

Acquisition of copyright is automatic and it does not require any formality. Copyright comes into existence as soon as a work is created and no formality is required to be completed for acquiring it. However, Aaj perception 48 of the act, certificate of registration of copyright and the entries made therein serve as prima facie evidence in a court of law with reference to dispute relating to ownership of copyright. The copyright office watch established in 1958. it functions under the administrative control of the Department of higher education. It is headed by the register of copyright, who has Quasi-judicial powers in handling cases relating to Copyright. The main function of the Copyright Office is to undertake registration of copyright. …

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Copyright

How to prepare History for UPSC

In this post, I will discuss “How to prepare History for UPSC”. The syllabus of History of India and Indian National Movement for prelims is: History of India and Indian National Movement The same syllabus of History for prelims is a subpart of G.S. Mains Paper 1. The syllabus of General Studies Mains Paper 1 is: (Indian Heritage and Culture, History, and Geography of the World and Society) Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present significant events, personalities, issues. The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors or contributions from different parts of the country. Post-independence consolidation …

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History for UPSC

Security Agency of India

Hi there, in this article “Security Agency of India”, I will discuss the function of security institutions. There are many security agencies is in India. Some are ensuring internal and some ensuring the external security of India. Yes, NIA­-CBI-CVC Security Agency of India NIA Agency Name National Investigation Agency Body Type Security Agency of India Works Under Ministry Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India Estd. 2009 (Bill passed in December 2008) Headquarter New Delhi, India Vision and Mission Find it here Banned Terrorist Organisation Find here Most Wanted Find here CBI During the period of World War II, a Special Police Establishment (SPE) was constituted in 1941 in the Department of War of British India to enquire into allegations …

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Status of women in society

Men and women are the two necessary wheels of the cart of life. One cannot exist without the other. Man makes society but women make men. Women are more important for a nation. The progress and prosperity of a country truly dependence on women. They are complementary to each other. The Present status of women in society is very important when 50% of the population are women. In India, society has always lived at women with respect. About the great significance of women, remarks Napoleon: ” Give good women, we will have a great civilisation, Give us good mothers, we will have a great Nation .” Napoleon A man becomes aware that few have had a fair chance, they are …

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