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9th Oct Current Affairs articles you must read for UPSC I PCS exams

9th Oct Current Affairs articles you must read for UPSC I PCS exams

9th Oct Current Affairs articles you must read for UPSC I PCS exams

9th Oct Current affairs topics

9th Oct Current Affairs

The Hindu

Study throws light on megalithic site page 5

Alarming portents from global warming report page 11

India to be the 11th wealthiest , says BCG Page 14

Indian express

Borders within Page 6

The 1.5°C challenge  Page 6

Fight the good fight Page 6

Know thy judge  Page 7

Raja Mandala: Recalling an older power play  Page 7

Anti-Gandhi at Sabarimala page 7

How to reach a 1.5 degree world Page 8

Saudi plan to invest in CPEC good Page 9

Business Standard

Fresh import curbs soon to frame response to trade war page 1

Economics of climate change  win Nobel for US’s Northuas , Romer Page 1

India will buy Iran oil despite US sanctions, says Dharmendra Pradhan Page 4

1920 Act needs to be repeated for bankrupcy rules Page 4

No Time Limit Prescribed In Law For Amendment Of Shipping Bill: Expert  Page 6

Humans, environment matter more than growth: Economics Nobel winners’ work  Page 8

The bitter truth of female labour participation Page 8

The Pakistan Army conundrum Page 9

IPCC has served us a final warning on climate : CSE Page 16

 

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8th Oct current Affairs MCQ for UPSC I PCS I HCS I UPPCS exam

8th Oct current Affairs MCQ for UPSC I PCS I HCS I UPPCS exam

8th Oct current Affairs MCQ for UPSC I PCS I HCS I UPPCS exam

8th Oct current Affairs MCQ

Q1. Arrange in the correct order the share of energy source

(a) Primary and secondary oil > nuclear > natural gas > coal >  renewables

(b) Primary and secondary oil > coal > natural gas > renewables > nuclear

(c ) Natural gas> coal > Primary and secondary oil > renewables > nuclear

(d ) Coal > Primary and secondary oil > renewables > natural gas > nuclear

Q2. Which of the following crop(s) is/are Kharif crops

  1. Green gram
  2. Black gram
  3. Pigeon pea
  4. Cotton

Correct answer(s)  is/are

(a) 1,2,3,4

(b ) 1,2,4

(c ) 1,2

(d ) 4 only

Q3. Which of the following statement(s) is are correct about Fall Armyworm (FAW) recently in news

  1. It is new insect pest
  2. Its scientific name is Spodoptera frugiperda
  3. It has been detected mainly in maize fields
  4. It was found in Africa since decades

Correct statement(s) is/are

(a) 1,2,3,4

(b) 1,2,3

(c ) 2,3,4

(d) 1,3

Q4. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about Swaminathan formula of fixing minimum support prices ( MSP )

  1. Production costs are divided into three categories A , A2+ FL , C2.
  2. A2 covers all paid out costs directly incurred by farmer – in cash and in kind.
  3. A2 plus an imputed value of unpaid family labour
  4. C2 factors in the rental and interest forgone on owned land and fixed capital assets on top of A2+ FL.
  5. Government has adopted A2+FL formula.

Correct statement(s) is/are

(a) 1,2,3,4,5

(b) 1,2,3,4

(c ) 1,2,3,

(d) 1,2

Q5. Which of the following is/are correct statement(s) about energy

  1. US is the top oil consuming nation
  2. Indian consumes 5% of world oil and third biggest consumer
  3. Highest production of oil in 2018 is by U.S.A.

Correct statement(s) is/are

(a) 1,2,3

(b) 1,2

(c ) 1

(d) 2

 

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8th Oct Current affairs mains descriptive writing practice

8th Oct Current affairs mains descriptive writing practice

8th Oct Current affairs mains descriptive writing practice

8th Oct Current affairs mains descriptive writing practice

 

Q1 Examine the challenges to check the temperature increase upto 1.5 degree centigrade  between 2030 to 2052. What role UN can play to achieve it?

Q2. What is Swaminathan formula of fixing minimum support prices for crops. What are the challenges to implement it ?

 

Q3. In a fast changing world geopolitics examine the importance and need to modernise partnership with Russia.

 

 

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HCS exam I Geological history of India I Geography

HCS exam I Geological history of India I Geography

HCS exam I Geological history of India I Geography

In this article we have discussed geological history of India.  To understand it in a better way you should watch video and solve MCQ on this.  Join HCS online coaching course for complete preparation.  Watch this video for details of the course.

 

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  • The present physical form of Indian subcontinent is the result of vast geological formation.
  • In 1912 a German meteorologist named Alfred Wegener (1880 -1931) hypothesized a single proto-supercontinent named pangea that divided up into the continents.
  • Pangaea, therefore, means “all the Earth.” Around the single protocontinent or Pangaea was a single ocean called Panthalassa (all the sea).
  • In contrast to the present Earth and its distribution of continental mass, much of Pangaea was in the Southern hemisphere .
  • Pangea started to breakup into two smaller supercontinents, called Laurasia and Gondwanaland separated by Tethys Sea, during the late Triassic era, the first period of the Mesozoic Era which occurred between 251 million and 199 million years ago and also known as the “Age of Reptiles
    • By the end of Cretaceous period, the continents were separating into land masses that look like our modern day continents.

 

  • 150 million years ago, Indian Plate broke from Gondwana land and started its journey towards North.

 

  • Later, India broke up from Madagascar and started its journey towards Eurasian Plate.

Collision of Indian Plate and Eurasian Plate

  • India’s northward movement resulted into collision between Indian Plate and Eurasian Plate
  • After lateral movements between plates, Himalaya mountain originated.

Geological divisions of India

India can be geologically divided into 3 parts:

  1. Peninsular Plateau
  2. Himalayan Ranges
  3. Indo- Ganga-Brahmaputra Plain

Peninsular Plateau

  • It has been a stable shield which has gone through little structural changes since its formation.
  • Though, Peninsular Plateau is an aggregation of several smaller plateaus, hill ranges interspersed with river basins and valleys but can be broadly divided into two parts:

 

  • Central Highland
  • Deccan Plateau

 

 

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HCS CSAT I UPSC IAS CSAT I RAS Prelims Math I Previous year questions math I Geometry mensuration

HCS CSAT I UPSC IAS CSAT I RAS Prelims Math I Previous year questions math I Geometry mensuration

HCS CSAT I UPSC IAS CSAT I RAS Prelims Math I Previous year questions math I Geometry mensuration

  1. A hemispherical bowl is filled to the brim with a beverage. The contents of the bowl are transferred into a cylindrical vessel whose radius is 50% more than its height. If the diameter is same for both bowl and cylinder, then the volume of the beverage in the cylindrical vessel will be

(a) 6623%

(b) 78.5%

(c) 100%

(d) More than 100% (that is, some liquid will still be left in the bowl)

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  1. A man is standing on the 6m long pole whose length of shadow is 8 m. If the length of his shadow is 2.4 m, what is the height of the man?

(a) 1.4 m

(b) 1.6 m

(c) 1.8 m

(d) 2.0 m

  1. If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio 4 : 3 : 2, then the triangle

(a) is obtuse angled triangle

(b) has one angle greater than 80°

(c) is a right triangle

(d) is acute angled triangle

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  1. At a given time, two players are standing on a playfield. The cartesian coordinates of their locations are (20, 60) and (-40, -20) units. What is the distance between the players?

(a) 60 units

(b) 80 units

(c) 100 units

(d) 140 units

  1. The area of an ellipse is twice that of a circle. The major diameter of the ellipse is twice that of the minor diameter. The radius of the circle is

(a) 50% of minor diameter of the ellipse

(b) 50% of major diameter of the ellipse

(c) minor diameter of the ellipse

(d) major diameter of the ellipse

  1. In the given figure,

∠OQP = 30° and ∠ORP = 20°, then ∠QOR is equal to

(a) 100°

(b) 120°

(c) 130°

(d) 140°

  1. Which one of the following has a greater perimeter than the rest?

(a) A square with an area of 36 sq. cm

(b) An equilateral triangle with a side of 9 cm

(c) A rectangle with 10 cm as length and 40 sq. cm as area

(d) A circle with a radius of 4 cm

HCS CSAT

  1. A goat is tied to two poles P and Q with ropes that are 15 metres long. P and Q are 20 metres apart as shown in the given diagram :

Which one of the following shaded portions indicates the total area over which the goat can graze?

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

  1. What is the maximum number of pieces of 5 cm x 5 cm x 10 cm of cake that can be cut from a big cake of 5 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm?

(a) 10

(b) 15

(c) 18

(d) 30

  1. A rectangular water tank measures 15 m x 6 m at the top and is 10 m deep. It is full of water. If water is drawn out lowering the level by 1 m, how much of water has been drawn out?

(a) 90000 litres

(b) 45000 litres

(c) 4500 litres

(d) 900 litres

  1. In the given figure, all line segments of the shaded portion are of same length and at right angles to each other. The same can be out of a board of side 10 cm. What is the area of the shaded portion?

(a) 36 cm2

(b) 48 cm2

(c) 52 cm2

(d) 64 cm2

  1. A rectangular piece of iron sheet measuring 50 cm x 100 cm is rolled into a cylinder of height 50 cm. If the cost of painting the cylinder is ₹50 per square metre, then what will be the cost of painting the outer surface of the cylinder?

(a) ₹25.00

(b) ₹37.50

(c) ₹75.00

(d) ₹87.50

HCS CSAT

  1. A circle of radius 1 m is drawn inside a square as shown in the figure. What is the area of the shaded portion (in m2)?

(a) (4 – )

(b) (1 – 2)

(c) (144)

(d) (1 – 4)

  1. In the given figure, ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral, AB = BC and ∠BAC = 70°, then ∠ADC is

(a) 40°

(b) 80°

(c) 110°

(d) 140°

  1. The length of the longest pole that can be placed in a room 12 m long, 9 m wide and 8 m high, is

(a) 12 m

(b) 14 m

(c) 17 m

(d) 21 m

  1. Consider the volumes of the following :
  2. A parallelepiped of length 5 cm, breadth 3 cm and height 4 cm
  3. A cube of each side 4 cm
  4. A cylinder of radius 3 cm and length 3 cm
  5. A sphere of radius 3 cm

The volumes of these in the decreasing order is

(a) 1, 3, 2, 4

(b) 4, 2, 3, 1

(c) 1, 2, 3, 4

(d) 4, 3, 2, 1

 

  1. A big rectangular plot of area 4320 m2 is divided into 3 square shaped smaller plots by fencing parallel to the smaller side of the plot. However some area of land was still left as a square could not be formed. So, 3 more square shaped plots were formed by fencing parallel to the longer side of the original plot such that no area of the plot was left surplus. What are the dimensions of the original plot?

(a) 160 m x 27 m

(b) 240 m x 15 m

(c) 120 m x 36 m

(d) 135 m x 32 m

HCS CSAT

  1. The diameters of two circular coins are in the ratio 1 : 3. The smaller coin is made to roll around the bigger coin till it returns to the position from where the process of rolling started. How many times is the smaller coin rolled around the bigger coin?

(a) 9

(b) 6

(c) 3

(d) 1.5

 

  1. A sphere of diameter 12.6 cm is melted and cast into a right circular cone of height 25.2 cm. Find the diameter of the base of the cone.

(a) 158.76 cm

(b) 79.38 cm

(c) 12.6 cm

(d) 39.69 cm

 

  1. A cone and a hemisphere have equal bases and equal volumes. Find the ratio of their heights.

(a) 1 : 2

(b) 2 : 1

(c) 3 : 1

(d) None of these

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HCS ( Haryana Civil Services ) exam Preparation I online batch from 21st Dec

HCS ( Haryana Civil Services ) exam Preparation I online batch from 21st Dec

HCS ( Haryana Civil Services ) exam Preparation I online batch from 21st Dec

Frontier IAS coaching is launching new online batch from 21st December. Those aspirants who have dream to join civil services , they must join this online course.

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  • Pre-recorded Videos lectures
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This course will cover syllabus of Prelims + Mains in approximately 8 months. Videos , study contents/ebooks and other assistants you will have till exam.

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In this course everything will be covered as explained in this video.

HCS ( Haryana Civil Services ) exam Preparation

Prelims exam ( Notification of exam can be any time)

  • There are two papers
    • GS ( General Studies )
    • CSAT ( Civil Services Aptitude test ) – Earlier there was an optional subject but as per new amendment there will not be any optional paper in prelims.
  • Preliminary exam is screening test to qualify in mains exam. Therefore marks of prelims will not counted for further merit.

Mains exam

Number of candidates who will qualify for mains will be 15 times of the vacancies.

There are five papers for mains exam. Mains is always in descriptive writing mode.

  • Hindi : 100 Marks 3 hours
  • English : 100 Marks 3 hours
  • General Studies : 100 Marks 3 hours
  • 2 Options subjects having one paper each.  150 marks each paper , 3 hours each paper

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This is the final step. 3 times aspirants of vacancies will qualify from Mains to Interview stage. Generally there are 50-200 vacancies. There are 75 marks allocated for interview.

Final merit

Final merit will be made based on total marks of mains and interview marks. Mains is more crucial stage as it carries the highest weight-age.

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How to Start Indian Polity for Civil Services I UPSC I HCS I RAS

How to Start Indian Polity for Civil Services I UPSC I HCS I RAS

How to Start Indian Polity for Civil Services I UPSC I HCS I RAS

Indian polity is very interesting and scoring subject for civil services. It may be UPSC or HCS or RAS or any other PCS. While preparing for Indian polity following things must be kept in mind:

  • If you don’t have any polity back ground specially science or Engineering background students they must not  start with historical background of Indian polity or constitution. In most of the books such chapters are in starting. So students start preparing from that.
    • This chapter is factual and boring. Lot of acts/regulations are given and in today’s current affairs issue these topics are not related directly.
  • Polity
  • While if students start from those topics like Union executive, State executive which are highly related to day to day life activities; it will make their learning interesting.
  • So it is highly advisable that students should start from President. After President they should study Vice president , Parliament , Prime Minister , Council of Ministers , Supreme court.
  • In this way Union executive will be covered.
  • After covering Union Executive they should start State Executive- which includes Governor , State Legislature , Chief Minister , Council of Ministers , High court.
  • If these two sections are covered in starting of Indian polity not only it will easy to understand but will become interesting. As students can relate their learning with day to day happenings when they will read newspapers. After that they can move towards Historical background of the constitution and then making of the constitution , fundamental rights , directive principles of state policy , fundamental duties etc.
  • Once constitution section is covered then they can move towards constitution bodies , non constitutional bodies , local governance etc.

If students follow above pattern of learning then within 2 months they will be able to give answers of all questions of Indian polity which will be asked in civil services examinations.

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IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies from 27th April

IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies 

IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies

IAS -HCS Integrated Course Highlights:

  • Video lectures of every topic day wise
  • day wise
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  • Structured approach
  • 20 full length tests (10 IAS + 10 HCS)

IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies from 27th April

IAS -HCS Integrated Course Plan:

day Subject Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Subject Lecture 1 Lecture 2
1 Geography Biology
2 Geography Biology
3 Geography Biology
4 Geography Biology
5 Geography Biology
6 Geography Biology
7 Geography
8 Geography Biology
9 Geography Biology
10 Geography Biology
11 Geography Biology
12 Geography Biology
13 Geography Biology
14 Geography Biology
15 Geography Biology
16 Geography Chemistry
17 Geography Chemistry
18 Geography Chemistry
19 Geography Chemistry
20 Geography Chemistry
21 History Chemistry
22 History Chemistry
23 History Chemistry
24 History Chemistry
25 History Chemistry
26 History Physics
27 History Physics
28 History Physics
29 History Physics
30 History Physics
31 History Physics
32 History Physics
33 History Physics
34 History Physics
35 History Physics
36 History Economics
37 History Economics
38 History Economics
39 History Economics
40 History Economics
41 Polity Economics
42 Polity Economics
43 Polity Economics
44 Polity Economics
45 Polity Economics
46 Polity Economics
47 Polity Economics
48 Polity Economics
49 Polity Economics
50 Polity Economics
51 Polity Current GK
52 Polity Current GK
53 Polity Current GK
54 Polity Current GK
55 Polity Current GK
56 Ecology Current GK
57 Ecology Current GK
58 Ecology Current GK
59 Ecology Current GK
60 Ecology Current GK
61 Ecology Misc.
62 Ecology Misc.
63 Ecology Misc.
64 Ecology Misc
65 Ecology Misc
66 Ecology Misc
67 Ecology Misc
68 Ecology Misc
69 Ecology Misc
70 Ecology Misc
71 Haryana GK Making of Haryana Political set up
72 Haryana GK Ancient History Ancient History
73 Haryana GK Medieval History Medieval History
74 Haryana GK Modern History Modern History
75 Haryana GK Important personalities Important festivals
76 Haryana GK Dances Ornaments
77 Haryana GK Geography Geography
78 Haryana GK Parks Lakes
79 Haryana GK Economy Economic survey
80 Haryana GK Science who is who
81 Haryana GK awards sports
82 Haryana GK Budget Budget
83 Haryana GK music schemes
84 Haryana GK education Haryana Current
85 Haryana GK Tourism Population
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87 Revision
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92 Full Length IAS Test  1
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94 Full Length IAS Test  2
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110 HCS Full Length Paper 1
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115 HCS Full Length Paper 4
116 HCS Full Length Paper 5
117 HCS Full Length Paper 6
118 HCS Full Length Paper 7
119 HCS Full Length Paper 8
HCS Full Length Paper 9
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Frontier IAS Starts new youtube channel for IAS / HCS coaching

Frontier IAS Starts new youtube channel for IAS / HCS coaching

Frontier IAS Starts new youtube channel for IAS / HCS coaching

Frontier IAS coaching based at Hisar has started new Youtube Channel to provide thousands of HCS /IAS aspirants in coming day. This channel will be highly useful for those who have less time but want every thing in a systematic manner.

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