On 8th November 2016, India underwent the process of demonetization. The 500 and 1000 notes were declared banned. A new set of notes were then pushed out but after a long while. In the gap between the note ban and the arrival of new notes, one payment method started to shine. E-wallets and cashless transactions were now spreading.
If your goal in life is to become an IAS officer then this is the right blog for you. This is a short guide on how to boost your preparations for the UPSC exam as a beginner.
The Governor is known as the head of the state just like the President who acts as the head of the whole republic. The Governor is the nominal head and is the one whose signature makes any bills into laws. All executive actions are taken in his name. However, in reality, a Governor’s office is just an honorable role and holds no actual power at all. He merely gives consent to the decisions taken by the Chief Minister who is the Executive Head of the state.
The committee was first mentioned in the Montagu and Chelmsford Reforms or the Government of India Act 1919 but it came into existence only in 1921. It examines the annual audit reports and is responsible for mainly taking care of public expenditure to check for any kind of fraud, mal-functioning, waste, or extravagance in the funds utilized in the government projects that are being undertaken. Not only is the committee keeping a record of finance and accounts but scrutinizing the whole thing on the basis of economy, wisdom, and propriety.
The Indian Polity is one of the most important chapters in your IAS UPSC exams as it is a common topic for both your Prelims and your Mains papers, even your Optionals if you choose so. It’s easy to forget small details or confuse it with other houses of the parliament both at the center and the state level.
At the advent of the Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh consistently fighting a strong case for a second indigenous aircraft carrier for India, these warships have gathered increasing attention towards themselves. These warships serve as the helm of the combat battle strategy and serve in the frontlines of India, protecting us from the international waters.
The UPSC prelims which were earlier scheduled for 31st May 2020 got postponed to 4th October due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The Union Public Service Commission recently released admit cards for the preliminary exam.
What is public expenditure? Are you aware of the public expenditure of India? Do you know how it works? Who controls public expenditure in India? What are the principles of public expenditure and how does it affect the economy? What are the types of public expenditure? Get familiar with the functionings, the meaning of public expenditure, and know about one of the most debatable topics of economics here.
If you are preparing for the UPSC exam then the term GDP deflator is not new to you. You must be wondering what is a GDP deflator?
Curious on how to prepare for the UPSC exam after graduation? It is no secret that the UPSC exam is one of the most challenging exams in our country. This exam not only tests your knowledge but also your persistence, hard work and your never give up attitude. Read the article till the end to know how you can start your UPSC preparation after graduation.