12.06.19 Jharkhand(JPSC) Daily Current Affairs

JHARKHAND   Jharkhand first State to issue online EWS certificates   In a first the State Government has asked competent authorities in State to issue online certificates for people belonging to Economically Weaker Sections of Society (EWS). As per the government decision those people will be considered under EWS category, whose family income is less … Read more 12.06.19 Jharkhand(JPSC) Daily Current Affairs

DMPQ- What is Viability Gap Funding (VGF) and Job Loss Policy.

Viability Gap Funding (VGF): Under the Ministry of Finance ‘Scheme for Support to Public Private Partnerships in Infrastructure’ in the form of capital grant at the stage of project construction will be given as per the VGF guidelines. The total Viability Gap Funding under this scheme shall not exceed twenty percent of the total project … Read more DMPQ- What is Viability Gap Funding (VGF) and Job Loss Policy.

DMPQ-Evaluate the development of Industries in India in the Inter-War Period (1919-38).

No country under colonial dependence could undertake any industrial transformation, if not all-round development. Up to the First World War, India experienced the classic period of imperialism of free trade and the British Government’s unsympathetic, hostile policy against industry. In addition, shortage of capital, management experience and technical expertise, as well as the absence of … Read more DMPQ-Evaluate the development of Industries in India in the Inter-War Period (1919-38).

DMPQ- What are the Aspects of Disaster Management?

  Disaster Prevention Disaster Prevention is the concept of engaging in activities which intend to prevent or avoid potential adverse impacts through action taken in advance, activities designed to provide protection from the occurance of disasters. Disaster Preparedness Disaster preparedness activities embedded with risk reduction measures can prevent disaster situations and also result in saving … Read more DMPQ- What are the Aspects of Disaster Management?

DMPQ-Do regional parties promote national integration of different parts of society?

  Another criticism of Regional Parties is their exclusionary ideology. Some parties like Shiv Sena function on double exclusion, by invoking Maratha and Hindu pride. These thus create artificial differences in society, by highlighting differences and ignoring the commonalities. Most national parties, on the other hand, have all inclusive ‘sarvajanik’ principles, inclusive of all people … Read more DMPQ-Do regional parties promote national integration of different parts of society?

DMPQ- Mention the main Functions of The Election Commission of India.

Functions of The Election Commission of India The Superintendence, Direction and Control of Election Preparation of Electoral Rolls To declare the date of Election To reognise and derecognise Political Parties To prepare code of conduct for Political Parties Control over the staff connected with Election To conduct Election To establish Polling Stations Safety of Ballot Boxes … Read more DMPQ- Mention the main Functions of The Election Commission of India.

DMPQ-Questions represent a very powerful technique of parliamentary control over expenditure. Justify

. The right to ask questions was given for the first time to the legislators by the Act of 1892 and for asking supplementary questions in 1909. A question is a request made by a member for an oral explanation from the concerned minister. However, a notice of 10 days has to be given to … Read more DMPQ-Questions represent a very powerful technique of parliamentary control over expenditure. Justify

DMPQ- Mention the Enforceability of fundamental rights against state and others.

Under Indian Consititution, All the Fundamental Rights are available against the ‘State’ but only 4 fundamental Rights are available against both State as well as against Private Individual. These Fundamental Rights are : Article 15(2) – Provides that No citizen shall be subject to any kind of discrimination on the basis of his race, religion, … Read more DMPQ- Mention the Enforceability of fundamental rights against state and others.

DMPQ-In Northeast Asia, growing tensions around the Korean Peninsula are likely, with the possibility of a confrontation in the coming years. Justify with current developements.

Kim Jong Un is consolidating his grip on power through a combination of patronage and dread and is doubling down on his nuclear and missile programs, developing long-range missiles that may soon endanger the continental USA. Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo, and Washington have a shared incentive to handle security risks in Northeast Asia, but a history … Read more DMPQ-In Northeast Asia, growing tensions around the Korean Peninsula are likely, with the possibility of a confrontation in the coming years. Justify with current developements.

DMPQ- Explain the Urban heat island.

As urban areas develop, changes occur in their landscape. Buildings, roads, and other infrastructure replace open land and vegetation. Surfaces that were once permeable and moist become impermeable and dry. These changes cause urban regions to become warmer than their rural surroundings, forming an “island” of higher temperatures in the landscape. Heat islands occur on … Read more DMPQ- Explain the Urban heat island.

DMPQ- Critically analyse the lack of Policy and Regulatory Framework for Wastewater .

Wastewater shares the policy and regulatory framework with water; however with some differences such as the role of bodies such as the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) becomes more critical. The CPCB, under the MoEF, is an advisory body to the government for prevention and control of water and air pollution and for improvement in … Read more DMPQ- Critically analyse the lack of Policy and Regulatory Framework for Wastewater .

DMPQ- Mention the list of Family / Personal laws in India. Explain the need of Uniform Civil Code.

Law relating to marriage and/or divorce has been codified in different enactments applicable to people of different religions. These are: The Converts’ Marriage Dissolution Act, 1866 The Indian Divorce Act, 1869 The Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872 The Kazis Act, 1880 The Anand Marriage Act, 1909 The Indian Succession Act, 1925 The Child Marriage Restraint … Read more DMPQ- Mention the list of Family / Personal laws in India. Explain the need of Uniform Civil Code.

DMPQ- What are the effects of Black Money on Indian Economy?

Effect of Black Money on Indian Economy Black money is a socioeconomic evil. The existence of rapidly growing black money in our economy has grave and disastrous consequences. The major effects of black money are discussed below: Dual Economy The increase in the amount of black money in India over a period of time lead to the … Read more DMPQ- What are the effects of Black Money on Indian Economy?

DMPQ- Parsi religious reform movement in British India enabled the Parsis to became socially the most westernized section of Indian society. Justify.

Religious reform began among the Parsis in Mumbai in the middle of the 19th century. In 1851, the Rehnumai Maz’dayasan Sabha or Religious Reform Association was founded by Nauroji Furdonji, Dadabhai Naoroji, S.S. Bengalee and others. They started a journal Rast Goftar, for the purpose of social-religious reforms among the Parsis. They also played an … Read more DMPQ- Parsi religious reform movement in British India enabled the Parsis to became socially the most westernized section of Indian society. Justify.

DMPQ- Highlight the role of Revolutionary socialist movement in Independence struggle of India.

Socialism also had a revolutionary side. One such important organization was Hindustan socialist republican army (HSRA). Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) was a revolutionary organisation, also known as Hindustan Socialist Republican Army established in 1928 at Feroz Shah Kotla New Delhi by Chandrasekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and others. Previously it was known as Hindustan … Read more DMPQ- Highlight the role of Revolutionary socialist movement in Independence struggle of India.

DMPQ- Explain Administrative Agencies.

All administrative law is run through government agencies. Our government is made up of numerous administrative agencies. These agencies are also sometimes called regulatory agencies. Agencies can be federal, state, city, or county entities. These agencies administer laws and manage public programs through the use of rules and regulations. Each agency is responsible for administering a particular … Read more DMPQ- Explain Administrative Agencies.

DMPQ- Indian Constitution is a Blend of Rigidity and Flexibility. Justify.

Blend of Rigidity and Flexibility Constitutions are also classified into rigid and flexible. A rigid Constitution is one that requires a special procedure for its amendment, as for example, the American Constitution. A flexible constitution, on the other hand, is one that can be amended in the same manner as the ordinary laws are made, … Read more DMPQ- Indian Constitution is a Blend of Rigidity and Flexibility. Justify.

DMPQ- Mention the provisions of Minority Commission.

Minority Commission: The “Minorities Commission”, aimed to safeguard and protect the interests of the minorities, was set up by the Government of India in January, 1978. This Commission became a statutory body and was renamed as the “National Commission for Minorities” with the enactment of the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992. Under Section 2(C) … Read more DMPQ- Mention the provisions of Minority Commission.

DMPQ- Mention the The three secrets of the Bhagavad-Gita.

The three secrets of the Bhagavad-Gita Great scholars of the Bhagavad-Gita say that the scripture fundamentally deals with three primary teachings, which are called the three secrets. The first secret is about duty. A person must do his duty according to his nature (swadharmacharana). The second truth is about the hidden Self. In everyone there … Read more DMPQ- Mention the The three secrets of the Bhagavad-Gita.

01.06.19 Jharkhand(JPSC) Daily Current Affairs

JHARKHAND JREDA sets 5MW power target from solar rooftops this year   The Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (JREDA), a unit of the state energy department, has set an ambitious target of generating five mega-watt green energy annually through its Grid-Connected Rooftop Solar Programme, which it formally started implementing over a year ago.   As per their policy, … Read more 01.06.19 Jharkhand(JPSC) Daily Current Affairs

DMPQ- What are the objectives of Drought-prone Areas Programme?

  Minimize adverse effects of droughts on the productivity of land, water and human resources Promote overall economic development and improve the socio-economic condition of poor and disadvantaged sections inhabiting the programme areas Capacity building and empowerment of village community, ensuring participation of Panchayati Raj Institutions and NGOs in programme implementation at grassroots level and … Read more DMPQ- What are the objectives of Drought-prone Areas Programme?

DMPQ- List out the different types of biofertilizers.

Different types of biofertilizers  Rhizobium Rhizobium is a soil habitat bacterium, which can able to colonize the legume roots and fixes the atmospheric nitrogen symbiotically. The morphology and physiology of Rhizobium will vary from free-living condition to the bacteroid of nodules. They are the most efficient biofertilizer as per the quantity of nitrogen fixed concerned. … Read more DMPQ- List out the different types of biofertilizers.

DMPQ- Explain the Magnetic lines of force and their properties.

To describe the phenomena related to magnets, lines are used to depict the force existing in the area surrounding the magnet. These lines are called the magnetic lines of force. These lines do not exist actually, but are imaginary lines that are used to illustrate and describe the pattern of the magnetic field. As shown … Read more DMPQ- Explain the Magnetic lines of force and their properties.

DMPQ- What do you mean by Ex-Situ Conservation?

Ex-Situ Conservation Conservation of plants and animals outside their natural homes Offsite Collections – 1500 botanical gardens and 800 zoological gardens – captive breeding program (species with less number of individuals – when number increases they are released in wild) – restock depleted population, reintroduce species in wild and restore degraded habitats Gene Banks – … Read more DMPQ- What do you mean by Ex-Situ Conservation?

DMPQ- Mention the adaptations by the desert flora and fauna.

Deserts have almost no precipitation, or rainfall. In fact, deserts are specifically defined as areas with an average annual precipitation of less than 10 inches per year. Deserts usually have really high daytime temperatures, low nighttime temperatures, and very low humidity. Desert soil is often sandy, rocky, or gravely. Plant life is highly specialized to … Read more DMPQ- Mention the adaptations by the desert flora and fauna.

DMPQ:Write short note on Genetic modified crops.

Genetically modified crops are plants used in agriculture, the DNA of which has beenmodified using genetic engineering techniques. The aim is to introduce a new trait to the plant which does not occur naturally in thespecies. In food crops include resistance to certain pests, diseases, or environmentalconditions, and improving the nutrient profile of the crop. … Read more DMPQ:Write short note on Genetic modified crops.

DMPQ:What is cooperative federalism? What are the example of cooperative federalism?

Co-operative federalism is a concept of federalism in which the centre, state and local governments share responsibility in governance of the people and design policies that would enable it.Due to changing political system like emergence of strong regional parties, demands forautonomy and coalition governments in the center and the challenges of Globalization suchas International treaties, … Read more DMPQ:What is cooperative federalism? What are the example of cooperative federalism?

DMPQ:During 18885-1905 freedom struggle witnessed Moderate phase. Discuss the contribution of Moderates in freedom struggle.

Economic Critique of British Empire: It was perhaps the most important contribution ofthe moderates. RC Dutt, DadabhaiNaroji (Drain Theory). They also exposed the ill effectof foreign capital in India in form of suppression of Indian industries. ? Constitutional Reforms: Indian Councils Act of 1892 was result of their efforts which increased the number of members … Read more DMPQ:During 18885-1905 freedom struggle witnessed Moderate phase. Discuss the contribution of Moderates in freedom struggle.

DMPQ:What is integrity? Name different types of integrity.

Word Integrity comes from the Latin word Integer meaning whole or complete. Itmeans soundness of moral principles. Person must be consistent across time andsituations.Persons’ inner sense of wholeness deriving from honesty and consistent uprightnessof character.A person with integrity does right things for right reasons. Integrity involves basingone’s actions on internally consistent framework or principles. People … Read more DMPQ:What is integrity? Name different types of integrity.

DMPQ- How can the Rural Development be boosted through Agri-infrastructure?

Boosting Rural Development through Agri-infrastructure Most of the perishable items are produced in the villages which remain confined to these due to the absence of road networks. The existing road and rail facilities are inadequate. Most of the areas which produce good quality fruits are still inaccessible. This coupled with the rough terrain of the … Read more DMPQ- How can the Rural Development be boosted through Agri-infrastructure?

DMPQ- Critically evaluate the Dams as an system for flood control.

Dams and flood control The efficiency of dams to withhold floods has always been put to question. Critics have also termed dams as harbinger of floods claiming that the essential scientific assessment for consistent release of water to avoid build up is rarely done. Absence of a standard operating procedure for releasing water from the … Read more DMPQ- Critically evaluate the Dams as an system for flood control.

DMPQ- What are the different types of Urban Settlements?

urban settlements are classified on various bases. However, classification based on size and function are most common. Let us discuss them one by one Classification based on Population Size According to population size, census of India classifies urban centres into six classes. Classwise urban settlements and their population Class                              Population Class I                            1,00,000 and above … Read more DMPQ- What are the different types of Urban Settlements?

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