Sunday, 18 August 2019

How to get started preparing for the Civil Services Examination sitting at home? (How to Start IAS Preparation at Home in Hindi)

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Our post is related to the preparation of civil service! In this, we will give you information on how to start preparing for the Civil Services Examination sitting in the house, so that the person who can not afford to stay outside in coaching institutions can fulfill his dream of becoming a civil service officer while staying at home!



So let's start friends -

Understanding the nature of the Civil Services Examination

Before starting the preparation for the Civil Services Examination, it is very important that you have a complete understanding of the entire examination system, syllabus, examination structure and various exam related issues! In recent years it has been seen that there have been major changes in the Civil Services Examination System, this change is the course of examination, method of examination, the range of opportunity for the candidates and age. And there may be some changes in the future too!

Sometimes it is seen that many candidates do not have full knowledge of the examination, they take half incomplete information! There are many exam questions in front of new people, which can be read and cleared by the ad! Keeping in mind the changes in the present system of examination, it becomes very important that, for the good understanding of the related changes, the ad should be studied in depth!

When you know what the Commission wants from you? , And what do you find in it? Then your study will be more influential and successful for the exam! Preparation that you should keep in mind one thing in every step that the score is not of the same importance as the importance of this is that how much better you can be compared to the other person to achieve success in the exam!

The nature of the examination can be understood on the basis of the following points:

    Full overview of advertising
    Understanding the examination course and the demand for exams
    Overall analysis of last year's question paper and analyzing current exam trends
    About the exams, teachers, successful candidates, discussing with unsuccessful candidates, senior candidates and friends etc.

Educational Qualification

Bachelor Degree in any subject should be received from any recognized university!
 Age Range

    For the general candidate this age limit should be less than 21 years and not more than 32 years!
    For the Other Backward Classes this age limit should not be less than 21 years and above 35 years!
    For the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, this age limit should be less than 21 years and not more than 37 years!

 Number of occasions

There are currently 6 attempts for the general category person, there are currently 9 attempts for the candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes, and no limit on efforts for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates is applicable, i.e. they will be in the examination for 37 years May be included!
 Test scheme

This examination is organized in three phases.
 1. Initial Examination -

    Civil Services Initial Examination, which is the objective type with the arrangement of negative digits!
    The preliminary examination is a screening test, by which a few thousand candidates are selected for the main exam!
    In the final result, the marks of the initial examination are not included!
    The first question paper for this examination is General Examination (GS) of 200 marks! And the second question paper is of the Civil Services Ability Test (CSAT) of 200 marks, which is only for qualifying level (33%), meaning that its numbers are not added to the merit created for the main exam!
    It means that the merit made for the main examination is made only on the basis of the first paper of the question paper (GS), it is mandatory to pass with only 33% marks in second question paper i.e.
    Due to the second question paper qualification of the CSAT in the economy, it has now become easier for candidates of non-technical background, candidates of rural background! Prior to this, these candidates were in the condition of loss due to being the main role in the qualification of the second question paper, the question paper was not favorable to them! Now the examination system has become the same level for every candidate, either hard for everyone or general for everyone!

 2. Main examination -

    It is a very important place for success in the Civil Services Examination, it is a total of 2050 marks.
    At present, the candidate has to choose an optional subject, with two question papers (each - 250 marks)!
    There is a question paper of essay which is divided into two sections, and writing a essay from each section requires a total of 2 essays to be written! For each essay, 1250 words are defined, 250 marks have been prescribed for essay.
    There are 4 question papers of general knowledge and 250 marks have been prescribed for each question paper
    Apart from this, there are 2 compulsory qualifying question papers (every 300 points)! Whose marks are not added to the merit created for the interview! That is, these two question papers only qualify! There is a first English language question paper in which to get the minimum 25% marks (300 marks) to get qualification, and as a second question paper, you can choose one of the languages ​​mentioned in the eighth schedule of the Constitution. To get qualification, minimum 30% marks (300 points) are to be brought!

 3. Interview

    Based on the main examination results, about 3 times the number of posts advertised for various services are called for interview by the Commission!
    275 points have been set for interview

So far we have understood the whole system of civil service, now it comes about how to prepare it!
 How to study?
 Study for understanding and clarity

To save time, study as per the examination pattern and its syllabus, read one or two standard books for a particular topic or topic! There is no need to read many books for a topic! You have to become a civil servant, not a scholar! To achieve good marks in the Civil Services Examination, the subject matter should be read while inter-related to each other, through this kind of process, you will be able to remember things for a long time!
During preparation, some important points should be kept in mind which is low -

    Preparation exam should be centered, and your hard work should be in the right direction!
    While reading each topic, the objective should be to get the basic understanding of that topic!
    Most of your time should be spent in thinking and discussing, not reading the study material from many books!
    According to me, first of all, study any subject for success in the Civil Services Examination, then do meditation after that, and then write it down!
    Analyze the question papers of last year, so that you can understand the demand of the examiner!
    To succeed in the exam, it is more important to know what is not to read!

 Group Discussion

Be sure to discuss whatever you read with your friends and classmates! You will be able to speak on any topic only when you have studied the related topics in depth, through the discussion of the topic, you learn various issues related to that topic and also many new questions related to your topic. Is generated!
 Revision

Whatever you are reading, repeat it in regular intervals, by repeating the topic or topic, you think about different approaches related to it, and it gives you a good understanding! You should always try to make sure that the topic you have read in the past has been repeated before entering the new topic or topic!
 Choosing an Optional Topic

In the civil service, optional subjects play an important role in selection, so while keeping an alternative topic in mind, keep the following points in mind -

    No such topic should be selected at all, that has been successful in any previous year or previous years with that related topic! There must be some interest in the subject you choose!
    If you've read that topic for at least 1 year, then it can be read even for 2 or 3 years to come! You must be interested in the topic, you must be passionate about the topic, otherwise you will not be able to enjoy the preparation. This topic will seem like a burden to you and you will not be able to understand the theme easily!
    Bay people who come after studying post graduation should choose the subject of their post graduation as an optional subject, because during the post graduation studies, you have developed an understanding of that topic!
    Many times people choose such a subject when they are told that this particular subject can be given high marks! While it may be that he does not have any interest in the particular subject. Now, if you see the other side, it may be that a candidate has obtained high marks in this subject but on the contrary it may also be that many candidates are high with this subject You can not even get points! Therefore, this type of criteria should not be used for the selection of the subject!
    Some candidates also elect an optional subject based on the size of the curriculum, meaning they see how much the curriculum of the subject is small; in some cases it may be a proper step, but the only criterion for selection of the subject can not be! Therefore, on the basis that the subject of the subject matter is small, do not choose the subject!
If you choose an optional subject related to topics such as history, geography, state system, economy etc., which are included in the course of study of study, which will give you additional benefits in preparation of general studies, and with the preparation of an optional subject as well as some of the common knowledge Topics will also be ready! This will not make any additional preparation for the study of related topics in the related topics! But we would like to reiterate that you choose these topics only when you have genuine passion and desire for these subjects!
    Some candidates are also those who change alternate subjects every year because they can not bring good marks in any particular subject but I feel that first of all the candidates should be self-analyzed and should look for weaknesses in them and not the subject It is also possible that in the same year many candidates get success with good marks! Therefore, we should not blame the subject, but should evaluate our hard work on the subject and also make the necessary correction in it!
    If you find that an alternate subject is really hard for you then it should be changed without delay, if you do this work at the beginning of preparation it would be more appropriate!
    As the above points have been told that in the Civil Services Examination, the optional subject occupies important place, then you should choose such an optional subject which you should be totally comfortable with, regardless of the stress and pressure there should be.
    Nowadays, based on principle and factual questions by the UPSC are asked very little! Presently, practical questions are asked while establishing their connection with perceptual clarity, analytical abilities, deep understanding of questions and contemporary events! The main aim of the Commission behind this kind of question is to test the candidate's analytical contemporary events and examine the practical knowledge of the candidate! So, choose the subject only when you can understand the subject matter well!

 Can success be achieved through Hindi language?

There is always a question in the minds of the students of Hindi medium whether success in civil service can be found through Hindi medium! They fear that it is difficult to succeed in the Civil Services Examination, except through English medium. This thing does not seem right at all, we get to see examples of many people who have achieved success in this examination with Hindi language medium! Therefore, do not pay attention to such misconceptions and excuses, and in whatever language medium you feel comfortable with yourself, you should start preparing for high meditation with high meditation! The choice of language medium should be according to your instincts. If you are comfortable in language medium then its effect will be on your writing style which will be helpful in your success! If left for some years, then the number of candidates who are successful with Hindi language medium is increasing in comparison to the first! So if you feel comfortable in Hindi language then you should choose the Hindi language as the medium!
 Role of Coaching Institutions

In today's competitive environment the role of coaching institutions becomes very important, as you know that about one lakh candidates participate in this examination every year and about 1000 are finally selected! Given this ratio, the role of coaching institutions increases further, but it is also a matter that if a person enters the coaching institute on the basis of this thinking that he is successful in the Civil Services Examination only after taking coaching If he can, he is making a big mistake, we should never rely on hundred percent of coaching institutions! Coaching institutes only show you the path of preparation for the exam. Ultimately success depends on your hard work and sacrifice, not on coaching institutions! Another post related to the role of the coaching institute in the civil service, Men's have been published on your website in the past, then you can read it -
If you choose an optional subject related to topics such as history, geography, state system, economy etc., which are included in the course of study of study, which will give you additional benefits in preparation of general studies, and with the preparation of an optional subject as well as some of the common knowledge Topics will also be ready! This will not make any additional preparation for the study of related topics in the related topics! But we would like to reiterate that you choose these topics only when you have genuine passion and desire for these subjects!
Some candidates are also those who change alternate subjects every year because they can not bring good marks in any particular subject but I feel that first of all the candidates should be self-analyzed and should look for weaknesses in them and not the subject It is also possible that in the same year many candidates get success with good marks! Therefore, we should not blame the subject, but should evaluate our hard work on the subject and also make the necessary correction in it!
If you find that an alternate subject is really hard for you then it should be changed without delay, if you do this work at the beginning of preparation it would be more appropriate!
As the above points have been told that in the Civil Services Examination, the optional subject occupies important place, then you should choose such an optional subject which you should be totally comfortable with, regardless of the stress and pressure there should be.
Nowadays, based on principle and factual questions by the UPSC are asked very little! Presently, practical questions are asked while establishing their connection with perceptual clarity, analytical abilities, deep understanding of questions and contemporary events! The main aim of the Commission behind this kind of question is to test the candidate's analytical contemporary events and examine the practical knowledge of the candidate! So, choose the subject only when you can understand the subject matter well!

Can success be achieved through Hindi language?

There is always a question in the minds of the students of Hindi medium whether success in civil service can be found through Hindi medium! They fear that it is difficult to succeed in the Civil Services Examination, except through English medium. This thing does not seem right at all, we get to see examples of many people who have achieved success in this examination with Hindi language medium! Therefore, do not pay attention to such misconceptions and excuses, and in whatever language medium you feel comfortable with yourself, you should start preparing for high meditation with high meditation! The choice of language medium should be according to your instincts. If you are comfortable in language medium then its effect will be on your writing style which will be helpful in your success! If left for some years, then the number of candidates who are successful with Hindi language medium is increasing in comparison to the first! So if you feel comfortable in Hindi language then you should choose the Hindi language as the medium!
Role of Coaching Institutions

In today's competitive environment the role of coaching institutions becomes very important, as you know that about one lakh candidates participate in this examination every year and about 1000 are finally selected! Given this ratio, the role of coaching institutions increases further, but it is also a matter that if a person enters the coaching institute on the basis of this thinking that he is successful in the Civil Services Examination only after taking coaching If he can, he is making a big mistake, we should never rely on hundred percent of coaching institutions! Coaching institutes only show you the path of preparation for the exam. Ultimately success depends on your hard work and sacrifice, not on coaching institutions! Another post related to the role of the coaching institute in the civil service, Men's have been published on your website in the past, then you can read it -
So how do you feel about this post of friends? In this post, I have tried to include the answers of all the people who are in the hair of the reader! Under its belt, a link to some of the important posts for preparing for the Civil Services, which you can read -

    Some special tips for becoming an IAS! It is very important to know every make-up.
    Top Motivational Books: A person preparing for every Civil Services should read
    IAS Motivation - Why are the candidates failing in IAS?
    IAS Motivation - Become The Owner Of Your Time
    IAS Motivation - Creates Your Strong Intent The Way To Your Success

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Tuesday, 6 August 2019

Important exams related to the Mughal period !! Important GK Question about Mughal Empire in Hindi

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Friends, in ours today, we are going to tell you the important exam-related facts related to the Mughal period, who have the full potential to be tossed in all the competitive exams. So all of you are requested to read it well and remember it! Lots of luck for all of you coming to the exams! 🙂


Important GK Question about Mughal Empire in Hindi

    Who was the founder of the Mughal dynasty? Babar
    In 1526 AD, Babar defeated the ruler of which dynasty and became the new caste of the Mughal Empire.
    When did Panipat's first war - April 21, 1526
    Grand Trunk Road was built in India - Sher Shah Suri
    Who made Akbar in the memorial of Gujarat Vijay - Bundal Darwaja
    'Ain-e-Akbari' was a great historical work written by whom - Abul Fazl
    On April 6, 1556, the second battle of Panipat was between whom - Akbar and Hemu
    Which new religion called 'Din-i-Elahi' was started by - Akbar
    The famous Muslim monarch Chand Bibi, who handed Barar to Akbar, which state was related to Ahmadnagar
    Who started the Manashbari system in the Mughal administration system - Akbar
    Tansen, the great musician of his time, was in whose court - Akbar
    Who was the official language of Mughal period - Persian
    The Mughal emperor was a slanderer of Sati - Akbar
    Which war created the foundation of Mughal state in India - Panipat's first war
    Mughal painting attained peak / climax in whose reign - Jahangir
    Who wrote the life story of Akbar - Abul Fazl
    Which Mughal ruler has given a detailed description of the flora and fauna of the living beings, seasons and fruits in his daily diary - Babar
    What is the sign of greatness of Sher Shah - Administrative reform
    Who wrote 'Humayunnama' - Gulbadan Begum
    Under the rule of Akbar, the 'Mahabharata' was translated into Persian, by which name he is known - the quote
    Which Mughal emperor defeated Syed brothers - Muhammad Shah
    Who were the last Mughal emperors - Bahadurshah II
    Who was responsible for land revenue reforms during the reign of Akbar - Todarmal
    What was the name of the worship-house / puja built by Akbar?
    Famous musician duo Tansen and Baiju Bawra were well known during his reign - Akbar
    Tulasidas, the author of 'Ramcharitmanas' related to his reign - Akbar
    Babar was basically the ruler of where?
    Who transferred the Mughal empire capital from Agra to Delhi- Shahjahan
    His patron was in Akbar's youth - Bairam Khan
    Where did Nadir Shah do not climb - Kannauj
    Who started the tradition of building such gardens, which has water flowing, - Babar
    Who was given the title of King Birbal - Mahesh Das
    Aurangzeb did not create more buildings because he had to constantly fight in his regime.
    Which Mughal ruler was coronated twice - Aurangzeb
    Grand Trunk Road connects - Kolkata and Amritsar
    In the first battle of the waterpath fought in 1526 AD, who was defeated by Babur - Ibrahim Lodi
    Where is the tomb of Sher Shah Suri - Sasaram
    Where was the coronation of Akbar - Kalanor
    Guru Arjun Dev was contemporary - Jahangir
    Which Rajput dynasty had not surrendered to Akbar - Sisodia dynasty
    Which Mughal ruler was called 'Alamgir' - Aurangzeb
    Emperor Akbar was embellished with the title of 'Jirkalam' - Mohammed Hussain
    For the first time, Babar has entered India from Punjab - Punjab
    When the Battle of Haldighati was fought - in 1576 AD
    Faziz lived in his court - Akbar
    In whose time Malik Mohammad Jaisi created 'Padmavat' - Sher Shah
    Who defeated Humayun in the battle of Chiissa (1539 AD) - Sher Shah
    Where is the tomb of Humayun - in Delhi
    Which Mughal ruler ruled twice - Humayun
    The tomb of Bibi is located in India - in Aurangabad
    Who made a marble to the tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti, built with red stone located at Fatehpur Sikri - Jahangir

Which Mughal ruler was first buried in Agra, later an Afghan widow took his body to Kabul and buried there in a garden - Babar
After winning which war, Sher Shah established Afghan power in Delhi - Battle of Bilgram
In which city did Shah Jahan build a Moti Masjid? Agra
Which Mughal emperor re-imposed Jaziya tax - Aurangzeb
During the reign of Akbar, the work of an official called 'Amalgujar' was to evaluate and collect land revenue.
Shivaji handed over the forts by the treaty to the Mughals - Purandar
On which day Guru Gobind Singh laid the foundations of 'Khalsa Panth' on the day of Vaisakhi on April 13 - 1699
Which Mughal Emperor was the first prisoner of the British and later became a pensioner of Marathas for life - Shah Alam II
Under whose rule the Mughal empire spread to the Tamil state territory - Aurangzeb
Which port was called Babylon Mecca (Mecca Gate) during Mughal period - Surat
Who was Abdul Hameed Lahauri in the context of India's history - a political historian of the rule of Shah Jahan
Which Mughal emperor died due to falling from the stairs of the Dinaphanah library - Humayun
The satirical lunacy of the Mughal emperor, written by Lenoop, has been written, 'He stumbles throughout his life, and his life has ended by stumbling' - Hummayun
'Muhsasib' was in the Mughal administration - Public Practices Officer
'Help-e-Mash' in the Mughal Administration indicates revenue-free land given to scholars
'Dastan-e-Amir Hamza' was portrayed by whom - Abdus Samad
Kis Sultan first adopted the title of 'Hazrat-i-Ala' and later Sultan - Sher Shah Suri
Which Mughal emperor did not allow Wazir Ghaziuddin to enter Delhi - Shah Alam II
Masanavi, which is a collection of rules of Muslim law by Babar - Muabayin
Jihad means run by Aurangzeb - Dar-ul-Islam
Who built the Red Fort of Delhi - Shah Jahan
Which historian has called the reign of Shah Jahan as the golden age of the Mughal period - A. L. Shrivastav
Patna was made the provincial capital - Sher Shah
Who was the last Mughal emperor to sit on the Peacock Throne ('Takht-e-Tawus') - Muhammad Shah 'Rangila'
In which the first coordination of Hind and Iranian architecture is found - in the tomb of Sher Shah
Sher Shah's childhood name was - Fareed Khan
Sher Shah was appointed by his father Hasan Khan as the manager of a manor, he was a manor - Sahasram / Sasaram
What was the main reason of Babar's victory in the battle of Panipat - his military skills
'Jabtati system' was to produce - Sher Shah
From whom did the 'Responsible' relate to state law
What was the root of the quarrel between Shah and Mughal rulers of Iran - Kandahar
Mumtaz Mahal's real name was - Arjumand Banos Begum
Which Mughal emperor was called 'Zinda Pir' - Aurangzeb
Which map of Akbar's building is like Buddhism - Panchmahal
The last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was. His father's name was - Akbar Shah II
Akbar's first marriage was from the house of Rajputs - from Kachwah
The two kingdoms that Aurangzeb had won in the South were: Golconda and Bijapur
Which Mughal emperor wrote his autobiography in Persian - Jahangir
Mughals took the festival of Navroj / Nauro - from Parsis
Which Tomb is called the 'Second Taj Mahal' - the tomb of Rabi-Udshurani / Tomb of Bibi
Among the Mughal army, which king was the highest Hindu commander - Aurangzeb
Which historian, Akbar's 'Deen-e-Elahi' as a religion, is said to be a religion - Abul Fazl
The translation of 'Anwar-e-Suhaili' is the translation of which - Panchatantra
Battle of Dharam (April 1658) among whom was fought - Aurangzeb and Dara Shokoh
Jahangir's court was the biggest painter of birds - Mansoor
Who wrote historical details in the Mughal period - Gulbadan Begum
The tomb of famous musician Tansen is located in Gwalior

Gulbadan Begum was daughter - Babar
    The name of the district was known in the Mughal administration - the government
    Aurangzeb is responsible for the death of a Sikh guru - Guru Teg Bahadur
    What name did Jahiruddin Muhammad keep on becoming the Mughal ruler of India - Babar
    In the time of Akbar, the Persian translation of Mahabharata, which is in directing - is fazi
    Who created the famous Jama Masjid in Delhi - Shahajahan
    What is the most important contribution of Muslim scholar to Hindi literature - Abdurrahim Khankhana
    The best buildings found by Akbar are found in Fatehpur Sikri
    Akbar's main objective behind the Haldighati war (1576) was to bring Rampratap under his control
    Mughal Emperor Akbar was a famous painter in the time - Peshwant
    Shershah was the ones he used to make 'Ashrafi', 'Rupaya', 'Daum', which were made of gold - silver, silver and copper.
    Under Akbar's regime, the reconstituted central administration was the head of the military part- Mir Bakhshi
    Who digged Akbar's grave and burned his bones - Rajaram
    Akbar's last victory campaign was - Asheergarh Vijay
    One of Akbar's 'Navaratna', Birbal, who was killed during the campaign - while pressing the rebellion of Yusufjain
    Akbar gave the title of 'Kaviray' / 'Kaviraj' - Birbal
    Who killed Abul Fazl on Jahangir's instructions - Bir Singh Bundela
    War of Mewar and the Treaty of Chittor are the key achievements of the reign of Jahangir
    Ultimately, the Mughal Emperor was the end of Judge - Mohammed Shah 'Rangila'
    Who wrote 'Akbarnama' - Abul Fazl
    Who built the tomb of Etmad-ud-Daula in Agra - Noorjahan
    Which one of the Rajputana states did not accept Akbar's sovereignty - Mewar
    Which medieval Indian ruler started the practice of 'strap' and 'conviction' - Sher Shah
    What musical instruments did Mughal emperor Aurangzeb play?
    Where was Jahangir buried - Lahore
    Who were the famous Jain Acharya, who had been honored by Akbar - Harivjay Suri
    Who was the emperor of India at the time of the formation of British East India Company in London - Akbar
    In the period of Shah Jahan, which European travelers came to India - Peter Mundi
    Akbar started 'Din-i-Elahi' - in 1582
    The old fort of Delhi built by whom - Sher Shah

Important Tricks -

    GK Trick - Navaratna during Akbar's reign
    GK Trick - ruler of the Mughal Empire B-Tomb
    GK Trick - The order of arrival of European companies in India

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Sunday, 4 August 2019

Important exams related to GST !! Important Question about GST (Goods and Service Tax) in Hindi

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Friends, in ours today, we are going to tell you some important facts related to GST (Goods and Service Tax), which are full potential for all competitive examinations to be done. So all of you are requested to read it well and remember it! Lots of luck for all of you coming to the exams! 🙂


GST Important Questions in Hindi

    GST was first implemented in France in 1954 in the world.
    In India, GST was implemented on July 1, 2017 (GST Day - July 1st), which is based on the Canadian country's model.
    The complete form of GST - Goods & Service Tas (commodity and service tax) is.
    The 122th Constitution Amendment Bill for the GST was presented in Parliament in 2014.
    In the favor of the GST Bill, a total of 336 votes and 11 votes were cast in the opposition.
    The GST bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on 3 August, 2016 and by the Rajya Sabha on August 8, 2016.
    On the GST bill, the President gave his approval on September 8, 2016.
    Under the 101st Constitution Amendment, GST was implemented in India.
    GST is indirect and destination based tax.
    The Vijay Kelkar committee suggested the implementation of GST in India.
    The brand ambassador of GST (Headquarters-Delhi) is Amitabh Bachchan.
    The first state of India to implement GST is Assam (August 12, 2016) and the last State Jammu and Kashmir (July 5, 2017).
    Under the GST 17 indirect taxes and 23 surcharges have been included.
    There is a total of 15 digits in the GST registration number.
    Rates prescribed under the GST are of four types - 5%, 12%, 18%, 28%
    In the constitution, the GST Council has been kept in a new Article-279A, and this provision has been provided for it.
    The GST Council was established on September 12, 2016.
    The Chairman of the GST Council is the Finance Minister.
    Total number of members included in the GST Council is 33.
    Two-thirds of the states in the GST Council and one-third of the vote has been given to the Center.
    GST is divided into three parts - CGST, SGST and IGST
    The complete form of SGST is - State Goods & Service Tax
    The complete form of CGST is - Central Goods & Service Tax
    IGST's full form - Integrated Goods & Service Tax
    IGST has been kept in Article 269A of the Constitution.
    The SGST state government and CGST impose the Central Government.
    Alcohol, petroleum products, education and health services are excluded from the GST.
    If annual turnover is more than 20 lakh then GST registration and payment is necessary. In the special states, this limit has been kept 10 lakhs.

The losses incurred by GST to the states will be taken up by the center for 5 years.
India is the 161st country implementing GST.
The first thing that was the draft of the GST bill was the chairman of the committee, Asim Das Gupta.

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Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Important exams related to the Policy Commission !! Important Question about NITI Aayog (National Institute for Transforming India) in Hindi

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Friends, in ours today we are going to tell you some important facts related to NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India), who have the full potential to be tossed in all competitive examinations! So all of you are requested to read it well and remember it! Lots of luck for all of you coming to the exams! 🙂


Important Question about NITI Aayog

    The Policy Commission is a new institution formed by the Indian government on January 1, 2015, which has been made at the place of the Planning Commission.
    The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in his address to the Red Fort on August 15, 2014, was announced to replace the Planning Commission with a new institution.
    The policy commission is a non-constitutional body.
    The full form of the policy commission is 'National Institute of Transforming India' (NITI - National Institute for Transforming India).
    The Policy Commission (Headquarters Delhi) is the think tank of the Government of India.
    The Policy Commission does not make any financial allocation like the Planning Commission.
    The primary function of the policy commission is to advise the government on social and economic issues so that the government can create a scheme that is in the interest of the people.
    13 point objectives have been laid for the Policy Commission.
    The structure of the Policy Commission includes Chairman, Vice President, CEO, Full Time Member, Ex-Officio Members, Governing Council and Special Invited Members.
    The Chairman of the Policy Commission is the Prime Minister.
    The Chairman of the Policy Commission (First) is Narendra Modi.
    The Prime Minister appoints the Deputy Chairman of the Policy Commission.
    The Vice President gets the rank of Cabinet Minister.
    CEO is the Secretary level officer of the Government of India who is appointed by the Prime Minister for a fixed term.
    Arvindra Pangadia, the first Deputy President of the Policy Commission
    The first CEO of the Policy Commission was Sindhushree Khullar.
    The number of full-time members is 5, which gets equal status in the state minister.
    The maximum number of ex-officio member is four who are nominated by the Prime Minister.
    The governing council consists of all the chief ministers of India and the governors / administrators of the Union Territories.
    Special invitee members include experts from various fields who are nominated by the Prime Minister.
    The responsibility of implementation of the Policy Commission is on the Central Government and the State Government.
    National Development Council (NDC) gives final approval to the schemes
    Current Chairman of the Policy Commission - Narendra Modi
    Current Vice President of the Policy Commission - Dr. Rajiv Kumar
    Current CEO of the Policy Commission - Amitabh Kant
    Current full-time member of the Policy Commission - Ramesh Chand, BK Saraswat, Vivek Devary, Da Vin K Pal

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Important exams related to volcano! Important GK Question about Volcano in Hindi

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Friends, in ours today we are going to tell you the important test-related facts related to the volcano, who have the full potential to be tossed in all the competitive exams. So all of you are requested to read it well and remember it! Lots of luck for all of you coming to the exams! 🙂


Important GK Question about Volcano in Hindi

    What is Dyke - Volcanic built internal topography
    Caldera related - from the volcano
    Which continent is not a single volcano - Australia
    Who is called the Circle of Fire - Pacific Circum
    Lacolith relates - from the volcano
    When 'Pale's Tear' is born - during the eruption of the volcano
    In addition to water vapor in volcanoes are main gases - carbon dioxide, hydrogen, nitrogen
    Most active volcanoes are found in the world - in newer mountainous regions
    What is called the volcano box on the Pacific Ocean all around - fire chain
    What is called volcanic eruption after being chilled for a long time - Suspected volcano
    Who is called 'the safety valve of nature' - volcano
    Which volcano is most frequent - Jagarat volcano
    Crater and Caldora estates related to whom - Volcanic activity
    Where is 'Cooptechiki' - Ecuador
    Volcanoes are more active - in Japan
    The world's most active volcano - Kaloyu
    What is Pyroclastics - Piece Shell Pieces and Lava
    Pale's hair is related to what type of volcano - airborne
    Crater (volcanic holes) are mainly shaped - conical
    Which gas volcano does not occur during emergence - oxygen
    Which is the world's highest active volcano - Coopacetic
    Below the surface of the Earth is called the liquefied shell - Magma
    Where is the world's highest mountain volcano Cotopaxi - Ecuador
    What type of volcano is Strambili - Jagarath
    In which country is the Dead Volcano Kilimanjaro - Tanzania?
    Fujiyama is the land of which volcano - Japan
    Which volcano is called the Light House of the Mediteraanean Sea - Stromboli
    Fausa Magna is a - volcano
    Where is the Air Bus Volcano - Antarctica Continent
    Mt. Etna volcano is located on which island? Sisli
    In which country is the Vesuvius volcano located - Italy
    Maunaloa is the example - latent volcano

Important Tricks -

     GK Trick - Decreasing order of continents by area
     GK Trick - India's major passes (Passes in India State Wise)
     GK Trick - World's Canal and Connected Rooms
     GK Trick - Rabi and Kharif sacks (Remember in 5 minutes)
     GK Trick - Nationalways (Waterways In India)
     GK Trick - Cropping & its Methods

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Thursday, 27 June 2019

General Science, Most Important Question and Answer for Railway, SSC and Vyapam

Hello Friends, Today's post is related to General Science, in this post we will provide you the very important Question and Answer of science, all these queries will be given to all the Exams of Railway, SSC and Vyapam and Very useful for kind of exams! So you read them well and remember them! 🙂 🙂



General Science Quiz For Competitive Examinations

    The wave theory of light which was replaced by - by Hughes
    Cryogenic is a science that is related to the following heat
    Who receives the radium - from Pitch Blend
    Which is the largest endocrine gland in the human body - Thyroid
    What is the change in milk curd - chemical process
    Burning of wood and rusting in iron is a process - chemical process
    A metal that is made of iron mixed with stainless steel is - chromium
    The human eye has a reflection on the retina - the real and reverse
    The salonometer machine is used - to determine the amount of salts in a solution
    Plaster of Paris is made by - from gypsum
    Who is the largest living mammal - blue whale
    Who is the father of biology - Aristotle
    What is the highest amount of earth's crust - oxygen
    Cardiovascular patients should not take too much - sit
    Pitta juice is emitted - by the liver
    The gamma rays are - high energy electrical magnetic waves
    Scientific albert einstein is famous - for light electrical effects
    Which gas is the highest in the air - Nitrogen
    Which is the largest planet in the solar system - Jupiter
    The normal temperature of the human body on the Celsius scale is - 37 degrees Celsius
    The components of the atomic nucleus - proton and neutron
    HIV is a disease - AIDS
    Largest repository of alternative energy - solar energy
    The reason for permanent hardness of water is - Chloride and sulphate of calcium and magnesium
    Humor is gas - nitrous oxide
    Dolphins can be classified - in the breast class
    Plant is the most important part of the plant in terms of life cycle.
    The longest living tree is - Siokoa
    Blood donor is donated by the donor of the universal class - O
    What is aspirin - antipirative
    Conceal lenses use for vision remedies
    The principle of fuse - the thermal effect of electricity
    The following rays are used in the diagnosis of intestinal disease - X rays
    Who first synthesized DNA in the laboratory - Doctor Hargobind Khurana
    Increase to provide stiffness of steel - Quantity of Chromium
    What is the chemical name of vitamin C- ascorbic acid
    Electricity is used in a car battery - sulfuric acid
    Whose deficiency leads to diabetes - due to the lack of insulin
    Which vitamin is found in citrus fruits - Vitamin C
    What is the process of purification of blood in a human body - Dialysis
    Which gas is used in cooking food - Methane
    What is the gas emitted from vehicles - carbon monoxide
    The process of making camphor from the concrete camphor is called - Vibration
    The type of lens used in reading glass lenses is made of - Convex lens
    Which metal is used as semiconductor in transistor - Germanium
    Which metal is used as a filament in light bulb - Tungsten
    Where is the function of fertilization - in the womb
    What is the product of force - mass and acceleration
    If the hydroelectric energy is converted into kinetic energy - 30% of the heat loss is caused.
    When a stone is brought from the surface of the moon to the earth - its weight will change but not the mass
    What is the name of the gas used to artificially cook raw fruits - Ethylene and acetylene
    Which vitamin is essential for blood sugar - Vitamin K
    Who invented airplane - Wright Brothers
    Which scientist had discovered the telescope - Galileo
    Which metals are a mixture of brass - copper and zinc
    Where does Aspir come from - from a tree
What will become of burning hydrogen - water
    Rat poisoning is made from the chemical substance - Potassium cyanide
    When is the shortest day - December 23
    The solar eclipse occurs when - there is a moon between the sun and the earth
    The high water waves in the oceans arise due to which - Moon
    On which side the magnetic needle indicates - on the north side
    The duration of the pendulum depends on whom - above the length
    What is the measuring instrument of blood pressure - sphinomotor
    Who makes milk yogurt - Lactobacillus
    Who first made the smallpox vaccine - Dr. Jenner
    What is potato - a stem
    Nicotin is found - in the tobacco leaf
    Which part of the plant gets coffee from the seeds
    The origin of the first organism is considered - in water
    Who gave the principle of law of floating - Archimedes
    The Bacterium First Detected - Lewen Hawk
    What tetanus disease is caused by a bacterium - Clostridium titanie
    What is the athlete's foot disease - with fungus
    Chemotherapy is used in the treatment of cancer - cancer
    Rickets is a disease - related to bones
    Which part of pneumoniae disease affects - lungs
    Who first discovered the smallpox vaccine - Edward Jenner
    Anti-toxin injections are given for prevention - tetanus
    "Vidal Test" is used to investigate - Typhoid
    Kwashiorkor or Marasmus disease is due to its deficiency - due to deficiency of protein
    In which part of the human body is the highest number of bones - in the fingers
    The most cholesterol produced in the human organ - liver
    Which part of the donor's eye is implanted in eye donation - cornea
    Thread is caused due to its deficiency- iodine
    False fruit is produced - by floral order
    Truth produces fruit - ovary

Important tricks related to science -

    GK Trick - Doctor of Science (easily remember science facts)
    GK Trick - Remember scalar and vector amounts in 2 minutes
    GK Trick - Natural sources of major acids

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Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Be successful - for yourself, (Motivation to Study for Competitive Examinations)



Motivation to Study for Competitive Examinations
Hello friends You all know that there is a lot of questions, anxieties and fears in front of a competitor who prepares for a competitive exam, whose answers he talks about or asks in search of answers. In this battle, he keeps flowing in the dimensions of hope and despair. I have an obligation from all such partners today that nobody knows better than you and the strength of your abilities. The disappointing experience of someone else will apply to your life, it never happens. I am amazed when someone tries to stand firm on this matter that nowadays there is no selection without check - jack, and some even go ahead by stepping up to two steps ahead. Friends, such things are wrapped like hidden words to hide their failures by some unsuccessful people, and such people disappoint others - unemployed. I just want to say so much without going into the debate of exceptions that you take shoes, clothes, rings etc. all from your measurements - which remain with us for a very short period. When we look at our needs, abilities and measurements for things which last for a very short period of time, then by the things or things that make our life better forever, there are some of the frustrated and discontented people Why do you spoil life?

The only thing I can understand is that optimistic thoughts should always be in the mind of the competitor. There is no need to make any revolution for this, just need to think that I can, I will show it. How many losers before me or who did for their success - what to do with their handcuffs etc. -All things are not the subject of our contemplation. Sleeping-wake up, sitting and sitting, I only have to think of those who have shown success in the opposite conditions. Those who prove themselves as baseless by accusing the system, only save frustration for generations to come. Your self-confidence does not stop, it is the most important. He gives constant and untiring efforts. There are many people who want to be reluctantly in the queue of oblivion, but the opposite and the blunders become exemplary in the middle of the people.

It is a humble request from all your competitive teammates that just think good, maintain confidence and read just a few minutes but read it everyday !!! Keep in mind that your success enhances your confidence in the system and the fate is false stories and disappointing examples.

Become successful - for yourself, for everyone and for all who see you and will assure yourself that I too will succeed like one day !!!


Sincerely - Jitendra Kumar Soni IAS


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