30.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND Cabinet nod to new state mining & exploration corporation   The state cabinet approved a host of proposals that are aimed at boosting the industrial climate of Jharkhand. Among the notable decisions the cabinet made was giving its nod to the state mining department’s proposal to constitute the state’s own mining and exploration corporation. … Read more

DMPQ-. Discuss how India-EU partnership is becoming a constructing force for a durable balance of power in Indo-pacific.

As the problem of reversing Chinese aggression in the Ladakh region carries over from 2020, strengthening Delhi’s international coalitions becomes an important priority for Indian foreign and security policies in 2021. If the intensification of security cooperation with the United States has become an important milestone in India’s foreign policy in 2020, integrating Europe into … Read more

29.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

    JHARKHAND PMAY boost to social mobilisation in State: Jadhav Through the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, not only people are being given houses, but efforts are also being made to empower the poor and deprived families by giving benefits of various schemes of the government, said by Director, Directorate of Urban Development, Vijaya Jadhav, … Read more

DMPQ-. Discuss how biofuel industry in india can double farm incomes.

. India currently consumes only one-third of the global average consumption of energy. As we move towards more robust energy consumption figures, the country faces the unique challenge of fusing together disparate needs: A ballooning appetite while cutting dependence on imports; greening the grid while ensuring affordability; and replacing old forms of energy production while … Read more

DMPQ-Throw light on the major characteristics of PM-KUSUM (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan) scheme.

PM-KUSUM (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan) Scheme is aimed at ensuring energy security for farmers in India, along with honouring India’s commitment to increase the share of installed capacity of electric power from non-fossil-fuel sources to 40% by 2030 as part of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs). The PM-KUSUM Scheme was launched … Read more

DMPQ-“Integration of local communities is an significant step towards the conservation of India’s ecology and wild life.” Discuss.

. It has been proven that the state of poverty has a direct correlation with the rate of climate risks. The more is the poverty, the more is a community susceptible to climate disasters. Despite having contributed the least to global warming by traditionally leading ‘low carbon’ ways of life, indigenous peoples and local communities … Read more

DMPQ-. Do you agree that Anti conversion laws might push India’s women into more paternal and community control?

“Love jihad”, a concept steeped in religious conspiracy theories, argues that Muslim men in India are waging a war against the Hindu population by enticing and marrying young innocent Hindu girls. This alleged war reaches its culmination when girls are forcibly converted to Islam, thus increasing numbers of Muslims and diminishing those of Hindus. Disturbingly, … Read more

DMPQ-. Define bilateral investment treaty. Explain it’s significance for India’s development.

Bilateral investment Treaties (BITs) are agreements between two Countries (States) for the reciprocal promotion and protection of investments in each other’s territories by individuals and companies situated in either State. It was in mid 90s that the BITs were initiated by the Government of India. The pretext was to offer favourable conditions and treaty based … Read more

DMPQ-. Write an essay on blue-green model of development.

The green economy and the blue economy have both received significant attention in small states, particularly small islands developing states (SIDS), as alternative economic approaches to address growing financial uncertainty and vulnerability. Although there is still debate on what is meant by the green or blue economy, they have been promoted as offering a more … Read more

DMPQ-“Changing monsoon pattern in India is effecting it’s Agriculture.” Comment

. The changing monsoon patterns have become a major concern for farmers, scientists and policy-makers alike. For instance, researchers at the India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Pune wing, which handles long-range forecasts, have concluded that the June-September monsoon is increasingly becoming more sluggish in the initial phase, picking up towards the end. Although such late revival … Read more

DMPQ-What are Farmer Producer Organisations (FPOs? Discuss how they have the potential to change the lives of marginal farmers.

. FPO is one type of PO where the members are farmers. Small Farmers’ Agribusiness Consortium (SFAC) is providing support for promotion of FPOs. PO is a generic name for an organization of producers of any produce, e.g., agricultural, non-farm products, artisan products, etc. In brief, the FPO could undertake the following activities: Procurement of … Read more

Describe the major features associated with ocean continental convergence.

In plate tectonics, Convergent boundary is a region where two or more tectonic plates of the lithosphere move towards one another and collide. There are 3 types of Convergence: Ocean-Continental Continent-Continent Ocean-Ocean Features associated with ocean continental convergence: In this type of boundary, the oceanic lithosphere will always sub duct below the continental lithosphere. This … Read more

Is Preamble part of the Indian constitution? (POLITY)

The Preamble provided the basic philosophy and fundamental values to the Indian constitution. It contains the ideals, objectives and basic principles of the Constitution. The salient features of the Constitution have evolved from the objectives enshrined in the Preamble. In berubari union case the SC stated that Preamble is key to the makers of the … Read more

28.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

  JHARKHAND In Jharkhand schools, more girls consume tobacco than boys   Girl students in the age group of 13-15 are consuming more smokeless tobacco in schools – private and government — than boys in the same age group in Jharkhand, according to the Global Youth Tobacco Survey conducted by International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai According … Read more

25.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

  JHARKHAND State mulls to set up milk banks for newborn babies Jharkhand is mulling to set up human milk banks in a bid to provide breast milk to babies born to women who either fail to lactate or do not lactate enough due to various medical conditions or ailments. As a part of this … Read more

24.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND   JSLPS inks MoU for development of PVTGs   Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with NGO Vasan to include the families of Primitive Vulnerable Tribal Groups of the State in the mainstream of development by connecting them with a strong livelihood through Jharkhand Millet Mission. The MoU was … Read more

23.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

  JHARKHAND Door-to-door survey starts to detect TB cases in state   Acting on the directions of Union health ministry under the aegis of the National Tuberculosis Elimination Programme (NTEP), the state health department has started a door-to-door survey to identify live tuberculosis (TB) patients. The survey is aimed at identifying fresh cases of TB … Read more

26-27.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

  JHARKHAND   Jharkhand must do its own OBC/ST survey: Rameshwar Oraon   Even as chief minister Hemant Soren is leading an all-party delegation from the state to met Union home minister Amit Shah and demand a caste-based census, Jharkhand finance minister and senior Congressman Rameshwar Oraon called for a state-funded headcount of the Other Backward Caste (OBCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) in … Read more

22.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND State has potential to become export basket: Experts The ministry of Commerce and Industry is organising Commerce Week from September 20 to 26 across the country to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence. To mark the occasion, the Ministry is organizing various events across the country to showcase the potential of the exporters … Read more

21.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND State lags behind in adopting battery-operated vehicles   The state has lagged behind in switching to e-vehicles and in all probability will fail to achieve the target set by the national campaign FAME-II (Faster Adoption and Manufacture of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles) which aims to register 30% of the new vehicles as battery-operated by 2030. Out … Read more

18.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND     Union Railway Minister launches RKVY under PMAKVY   As part of 75 years of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, Minister of Railways, Communications, Electronics & Information Technology, Ashwini Vaishnav launched Prime Minister Skills initiative to empower youth by providing entry level training in industry related skills through Railway Training Institutes. Under the aegis … Read more

17.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND   Crimes against SC/ST went up last year in Jharkhand: NCRB   The National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) report ‘Crime In India 2020’ has revealed that Jharkhand registered a very high number of criminal cases, including murder and offences related to Scheduled Castes (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST) and dowry.   In Jharkhand, the highest number of murders took place … Read more

15.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND After CAG censure, experts to study bridge quality in Jharkhand The Jharkhand government has decided to rope in retired bridge experts for supervision of the construction work of bridges in rural areas after such structures crumbled prematurely.   The move also came in the backdrop of the CAG report for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019, which said lack … Read more

16.09.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND Agriculture dept to set up Jharkhand’s 1st herbal park in Dumka district   Jharkhand is planning to set up the state’s first herbal park in Dumka soon. On Sunday, the state agriculture department director, Nisha Oraon Singhmar, said the state government has already given its in-principle approval to their ambitious project and will start floating tenders soon.     The park … Read more

27-28.02.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs.

JHARKHAND No new tax burden, govt to borrow to run state   The Hemant Soren-led mahagathbandhan government did not introduce any new tax and decided to increase borrowings to run the state in their Budget proposal tabled in the assembly. With an increase of around Rs 5,000 crore from the previous year, a Budget of Rs 91,277 … Read more

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