24.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

    JHARKHAND Decks cleared for first tribal varsity in Jharkhand   The Jharkhand assembly, the final day of its winter session, gave its nod to Pundit Raghunath Murmu Tribal University Bill 2021 paving the way for study and research on tribal culture, art and tradition. The university with its headquarters in Jamshedpur will have its jurisdiction all over … Read more

23.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

  JHARKHAND Jharkhand, 3rd state to pass anti-lynching bill in country After West Bengal and Rajasthan, Jharkhand became the third state in the country to pass a bill for preventing mob lynching incidents.   On Tuesday, the state assembly passed the Jharkhand (Prevention of Violence and Mob Lynching) Bill of 2021. The bill was introduced on the … Read more

22.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

  JHARKHAND CMPDI inks MOAs with CIPET, RK Mission TB Sanitorium An MoA was signed between Central Mine Planning & Design Institute (CMPDI) and Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering and technology (CIPET): Center for skilling and Technical support (CSTS), Ranchi on Tuesday for “Providing Skill Development Training in the field of machine operation to 80 … Read more

21.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

    JHARKHAND Bokaro to be develop as industrial, investment hub Bokaro is set to emerge as an industrial as well as an investment hub. Under the Amritsar-Kolkata Industrial Corridor (AKIC), an Industrial Production Node (IMN) would be established in Bokaro. The exercise for setting up new industries on around one thousand acres of land … Read more

20.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

    JHARKHAND CM launches Safe and Responsible Migration Initiative in State Chief Minister Hemant Soren today unveiled the Safe and Responsible Migration Initiative (SRMI) at Project Building Secretariat. At present, the policy has been made keeping in mind the migration of workers from Dumka, West Singhbhum and Gumla under the SRMI pilot project. From … Read more

18-19.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

    JHARKHAND Rs 2926.12cr Supplementary Budget passed in House The Supplementary Budget of Rs 2926.12 crore was passed in the House with Opposition BJP staging walkout from the House protesting against the bungling in Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) PT results. Despite BJP staging a walkout the Supplementary Budget was passed by voice vote. … Read more

17.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

JHARKHAND Free Wi-Fi facility available at all ECR  stations For the convenience of the passengers, a free Wi-Fi Internet Connection facility has been made available at the stations of East Central Railway (ECR). At present free high-speed Wi-Fi available at 405 stations out of 409 stations targeted under passenger facility on ECR. Due to the … Read more

16.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

JHARKHAND CM Hemant launches SAHAY scheme to nurture rural sports Chief Minister Hemant Soren today launched ‘SAHAY (Sports Action towards Harnessing Aspiration of Youths) from Kolhan Division to polish and nurture sports talents of rural areas of State. Through scheme, in first phase, 72,000 youths of 14 to 19 years of Naxal-affected districts including Chaibasa, … Read more

15.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

  JHARKHAND Health scheme for all having income less than Rs 8L/annum’ Chief Minister Hemant Soren  said that the ApkiAdhikar, Apke Sarkar, ApkeDwar scheme has been a success so far helping Government reach to the last mile. Addressing a North Chotanagpur divisional level program of the outreach campaign at Hazaribagh on Saturday, Chief Minister said … Read more

14.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

  JHARKHAND Health scheme for all having income less than Rs 8L/annum’ Chief Minister Hemant Soren  said that the ApkiAdhikar, Apke Sarkar, ApkeDwar scheme has been a success so far helping Government reach to the last mile. Addressing a North Chotanagpur divisional level program of the outreach campaign at Hazaribagh on Saturday, Chief Minister said … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss how women’s needs are key to Swachh Bharat Mission’s success.

The sustainable development goals (Target 6.2) require India “by 2030, to achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations.” Swachh Bharat Mission 2 .0 speaks of sustained behavioral change while embarking on the … Read more

DMPQ-Suggest some measures how India can make it’s Cyber security Doctrine indefensible

Presently, all across the world, the changes in military doctrines favoring the need to raise cyber commands reflect a shift in strategies, which include building deterrence in cyberspace. Moreover, the area of influence of cybersecurity extends far beyond military domains to cover all aspects of a nation’s governance, economy, and welfare. India ranks 3rd in … Read more

DMPQ-Critically Evaluate India’s new IT (Information Technology) rules 2021.

The Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 (the “Intermediary Rules”) fundamentally change the way the internet will be experienced in India. While Part I of the Intermediary Rules mainly lays down the definitions of terms, Part II and Part III contain the actual compliances and requirements. Part II deals with … Read more

dmpq-“Heavy public investment is necessary for the universal primary education .” Discuss by mentioning some examples from india’s states.

Seven decades after the UDHR, 58 million children are out of school globally and more than 100 million children get eliminated from the schooling system before completing primary education. India tops the list of countries with out-of-school children. The 2011 Census affirmed that 84 million children in the country do not go to school at … Read more

dmpq-Discuss the measures to stabilize India’s population growth.

. The National Population Policy 2000 affirmed a commitment to achieve replacement levels of fertility (total fertility rate of 2.1) by 2010. Ten states — Karnataka, Punjab, Gujarat, Assam, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala — and Jammu and Kashmir, have achieved this goal, albeit much delayed. The question that arises … Read more

12-13.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

  JHARKHAND Prepare strategy document for increasing cultivated area: Secy Secretary Agricultural, Abu baqr Siddique, on Saturday, urged Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) administration to constitute a team of best scientists for preparing a strategy document for increasing area under cultivation and crop diversification in Jharkhand. Siddique said all the documents of the State Government and … Read more

11.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

JHARKHAND Govt efforts to promote sports in rural areas: Thakur   Minister for Drinking Water and Sanitation  Mithilesh Kumar Thakur, inaugurated the Chief Minister’s invitational football tournament at Girls High school field Garhwa. The tournament is organized by the Department of Tourism, Art Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs for promotion of sports among the youths. … Read more

dmpq-“Women bear a disproportionately high burden of unpaid domestic work and care work in India.” Discuss.

. Women bear a disproportionately high burden of unpaid domestic work and care work in India. They carry a disproportionately higher burden of unpaid work, namely, unpaid domestic services as well as unpaid care of children, the old, and the disabled for their respective households. Women do this job not necessarily because they like it … Read more

dmpq-“For a banking sector-dependent economy like India, the good health of the banks is very important to ensure accessible financial services and flow of credit to support the growing economy.” Discuss India’s banking sector amid covid-19 crisis.

. Indian banks were written off in the early days of the pandemic when there were expectations of an exponential jump in non-performing assets. This worry continued well into the third quarter of the year. It was, however, only after the banks, in their forward guidance, consistently talked about the lower number of restructuring requests, … Read more

10.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

JHARKHAND Vegetable farming most efficient tool to boost farmers’ income: BAU VC Birsa Agriculture University (BAU) Vice Chancellor, ON Singh on Thursday said that vegetable production is the most efficient medium in increasing the income of farmers and latest vegetable production technology has an important contribution in doubling the income of farmers in the Country. … Read more

dmpq-“India needs to define its climate policies in ways that meet diplomatic, developmental and climate interest simultaneously.” Discuss.

Current proposals for a pledge of net-zero emissions by 2050, particularly if bound in law, would likely win India diplomatic credit, but risk our development future, and ironically, may not, in practice, accelerate our transition to a low-carbon future. India has an opportunity to claim leadership by being ambitious, by shifting the spotlight to concrete … Read more

dmpq-. Explain how Electoral bond scheme is a blot in Election Transparency and a threat to Democracy.

In less than three years of their introduction, by virtue of the anonymity they offer to donors, electoral bonds have become the most popular route of political donation. However, many political experts are of the opinion that electoral bonds in their design and operation, allow for limitless and anonymous corporate donations to political parties. This … Read more

dmpq-Discuss the causes and implications of downfall in the parliamentary working with recent examples.

Parliament recently passed the National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2021, which significantly increases the powers of the Lieutenant-Governor (L-G) of Delhi. Despite the nature of the sweeping changes this bill proposed, it was not sent to a parliamentary committee, and there was no formal consultation with stakeholders, civil society, or experts before it … Read more

dmpq-Explain how Suez canal crisis exposed the fragility of global trade and suggest some measure avoid such crisis in future.

The closure of the Suez Canal, one of the world’s most critical water bodies, due to a large container vessel, the MV Ever Given, running aground on March 23 while in transit, has caused enormous disruption to global shipping. Sustained efforts by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) and the Egyptian government to dislodge the vessel … Read more

dmpq-Discuss the significance of Indian prime minister’s visit to Bangladesh for Bilateral relations.

. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the war of liberation and the centenary year of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and his meetings with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina showcased the deep history the two nations share, their future plans and the challenges ahead. At the events, which included an … Read more

09.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

  JHARKHAND Solar-based lift irrigation will be implemented across State: Secy   Since the day it took charge, the incumbent government has been envisioning the development of a thriving agriculture-based rural economy. This vision of Chief Minister Hemant Soren was reflected in the budget announced for the financial year 2021-22, wherein the government rolled out … Read more

dmpq-Discuss the needs to change India’s Maritime Doctrine with reference to emerging challenges in Indian Ocean.

The United States (US) secretary of defence, Lloyd Austin’s recent visit to India underlined the strategic importance of India in Washington’s Indo-Pacific engagements. Although the US and India did not sign any specific agreements during the visit, defence minister Rajnath Singh and Austin provided, with their brief statements, a glimpse into the areas of collaboration … Read more

08.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

JHARKHAND Centre, State at loggerheads over TAC formation Centre and the State Government are once again loggerheads over formation of Tribal Advisory Council in State. The Opposition BJP has been opposing the formation of TAC in the State, with the plea that Constitutional provisions have not been followed in formation of TAC. The issue of … Read more

07.12.21 Daily jPSC Current Affairs

    JHARKHAND Rural women becoming self-reliant in State: Patnaik   Launching ‘Apke Adhikar- Apki Sarkar Apke Dwar’ programme at Hanhat Panchayat of Kiaro Block in Lohardaga, Secretary, Commercial Tax, Government of Jharkhand, Aradhana Patnaik said that women of rural areas have become self-reliant by joining Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society (JSLPS) and other voluntary … Read more

dmpq-“India needs to revisit National Action plan on Business and Human Rights to ensure that businesses does not violate the human rights.” Discuss.

. India endorsed the United Nations Guiding Principles (UNGP) on Business and Human Rights more than a decade ago. Accordingly, it has to evolve a National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights (NAP) detailing actions to ensure businesses do not violate human rights. There is a law that prevents companies from advertising tobacco near … Read more

dmpq-. Discuss the role of MNREGA in building necessary infrastructure to fight the climate crisis.

While the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) has been a valuable employment tool and safety net, as seen in the migrant crisis, its role in building ecosystems resilient to the climate crisis is being increasingly recognised. There is now an urgent need to bring upfront the scheme’s potential in addressing matters of … Read more

DMPQ-. Do you agree that in the emerging Geopolitical scenario India should join NATO ?

During the Cold War, India’s refusal was premised on its non-alignment. That argument had little justification once the Cold War ended during 1989-91. Since then, NATO has built partnerships with many neutral and non-aligned states. NATO has regular consultations with both Russia and China, despite the gathering tensions with them in recent years. An India-NATO … Read more

DMPQ-India’s food wastage problem is a huge factor to it’s hunger and malnutrition problem. Suggest some measures to curb India’s food wastage problem.

The problem of food waste is a relatively modern one. India is an ancient civilisation and we have been prudent about food for millennia. Our parents and grandparents, too, once approached food and cooking with the same prudence. Yet, somewhere along the way, we lost sight of this “waste not, want not” mentality. Nearly 40 … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss the causes of recent Maoists attack in Bastar . Do you agree that it is a strategic failure of India’s Internal security management ?

The COMBING OPERATION by local and central police forces in the Tekulguda region of Bastar, Chhattisgarh,  mounted to apprehend a Maoist leader went terribly wrong and resulted in the death of 22 security personnel and many more wounded. This tragic incident is a major and embarrassing setback to the IS (internal security) capability of India … Read more

DMPQ-Given the geopolitical, economic, ethnic, and religious contexts of the South Asian region India needs to have a clear refugee policy in place.” Discuss.

.  Recently, there has been an influx of illegal migrants into India after the military coup and subsequent crackdown in Myanmar. The current plight of the Myanmarese has been preceded by that of another group of Myanmarese, the Rohingya. Historically, India has witnessed an inflow of refugees from many neighboring countries. The refugee issue poses … Read more

DMPQ-. Discuss the economic rationale of Bank privatization. Also explain why India needs to be careful regarding privatization of public sector banks.

Before the government concludes its discussions with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on privatising public sector banks (PSBs), it may want to study the history of Indira Gandhi’s bank nationalisation — for nationalisation did have its positive outcomes and privatisation can have negative outcomes. The pre-nationalised banks had a profit motive, and shared close … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss the significance of Data protection bill 2019 in the era of data privacy violation.

The pandemic has increased people’s participation in the digital economy. Unfortunately, the number of personal data breaches from major digital service providers has increased worryingly in the same period. The recent alleged data breach at MobiKwik could stand to be India’s biggest breach with the data of 9.9 crore users at risk. Given the significance … Read more

DMPQ-Explain how BIMSTEC needs reinvention to play an important role in extending India’s diplomatic role in ASEAN and Indian Ocean.

Recently, the foreign ministers of BIMSTEC (the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) met in a virtual conference. This is the first ministerial since the globe has been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. BIMSTEC as a regional organization has achieved a lot in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief and security, including … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss how Independent functioning of Election Commission of India (ECI) Is important for healthy Democracy. Also mention the issues associated with the functioning of Election commission of India.

The Election Commission of India (ECI) is a creation of the Constitution. Article 324 says the superintendence, direction, and control of all elections to Parliament, the State legislatures, and the offices of the President and Vice-President shall be vested in the ECI. The article has been interpreted by courts and by orders of the ECI … Read more

DMPQ-“Practice of issuing ordinances to make law and that of re-issuing ordinances without getting them ratified by Parliament is not healthy for Democracy.” Discuss with some examples.

. Recently, the central government has repromulgated the Commission for Air Quality Management in the National Capital Region and Adjoining Areas Ordinance, 2020. The ordinance establishes a commission for air quality management in the National Capital Region. This raises questions about the practice of issuing ordinances to make law and that of re-issuing ordinances without … Read more

DMPQ-. Discuss how hydrogen energy is fast becoming important part of sustainable energy plan in the world and india.

. Recently, the Government of India has announced to scale up the target of having 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030. In this context, the Union Budget 2021 has proposed the launch of the National Hydrogen Energy Mission. Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements on earth for a cleaner alternative fuel option. … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss the significance of women’s inclusion in India’s financial inclusion.

. For a long time, financial service providers have focused on high net-worth individuals, salaried individuals and business owners to increase their profitability. This is attributed mainly to two factors. One, a lot is known about these segments because they leave large financial footprints and rich data. This enables financial service providers to make accurate … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss the significance of natural gas in India’s road to mission clean energy.

Policy makers, climate negotiators, academicians, corporates and NGOs are currently fixated on the concept of “net zero carbon emissions” and the appropriate target year for achieving it. Supported by economic analysis and moral logic and drawing on the concept of “common but differentiated responsibility”, their arguments swirl around its meaning and whether the date should … Read more

DMPQ-Discuss how economic challenges caused by Covid-19 pandemic for India’s poor prove the significance of universal social security.

India is one of the largest welfare states in the world and yet, with atrocities caused by Covid-19, the state failed to provide social welfare to most of its vulnerable citizens. Presently owing to the pandemic, India is witnessing multiple crises: a crumbling health infrastructure, mass inter- and intra-migration and food insecurity. Moreover, the extenuating … Read more

DMPQ-Define the concept of ‘One Health’. Explain why it has become more important amid the covid-19 pandemic.

. The father of modern pathology, Rudolf Virchow, emphasised in 1856 that there are essentially no dividing lines between animal and human medicine.This concept is ever more relevant as the world is facing a second wave of Covid-19 pandemic. This approach is referred to as “One Health”, focuses on acknowledging the interconnectedness of animals, humans, … Read more

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