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India is a democratic, socialist, and republican nation. The supreme law of the nation in India is the Constitution. The Indian Constitution is supreme over… Read More
In India, there are 28 states and each state has its own different geographical and climatic conditions. The northeastern region of India has the most… Read More
As a Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) applicant, you must have a plan in place to prepare for the exam. UPSC exams are very challenging… Read More
The National Scheme of Welfare of Fishermen was launched by the central government. It proposes extra funds for the fishermen to build a house, a… Read More
The food subsidy benefits both consumers and producers. It is used to acquire cereals from producers at quite a rate that makes farming profitable, and… Read More
The Unified Mobile Application for New-Age Governance or UMANG is a single platform that allows all Indian citizens to access pan-India e-Government services from central… Read More
Anganwadi is an Indian government-sponsored village-level child-care and maternal-care development project that began on October 2, 1975. The country is attempting to achieve its objective… Read More
Supply and demand can be defined as the relationship between the amount of a product that producers want to sell at various prices and the quantity… Read More
Official Reserve Transactions are transactions that are carried out by a country’s monetary authority to modify official reserves. These transactions take place in the exchange… Read More
The UPSC exam is one of India’s most difficult exams to pass, but it’s not impossible if you use the combination of hard work, appropriate… Read More
What is an Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)? The ICDS (Integrated child development scheme), launched in 1975 is a welfare scheme for children between 0-6… Read More
India is an agriculturally rich country with millions of acres of fertile land and plenty of natural resources. India ranks second in worldwide agricultural production,… Read More
A balanced diet is essential for the proper growth of children and thus WHO (World Health Organization) recommends a fuller meal balanced diet for children… Read More
The annual availability of water in any region or country depends largely upon the Geological and Hydro-Meteorological factors but its population determines the water availability… Read More
About IBRD (International Bank of Reconstruction and Development): The International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) also referred to as the lending arm of the… Read More

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