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What is NMC ? and its formation and functions

The national medical commission is introduced in the place of the medical council of India on 25th September 2020. The national medical commission law was signed by President on 8th august 2019. Dr. S.P. Sharma is appointed as the director of NMC for a period of three years.
Formation -NMC is consists of a director and 5 other members who are selected by the 7 members' search committee of the cabinet secretary. There will be a total of 33 members in NMC. 

To control medical institutes 
To make available resources to fulfill the medical needs in the country.
Give directions to state medical commissions.
To implement fee regulations on 50% of seats of private medical institutions and universities.

Main issues before constituent assembly

United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)

United Nations Environmental Programme is a part of United Nations Development Group.It was founded on 5th june 1972 by a Canadian Businessman and philanthropist Maurice Strong who was its first director. The headquarter of UNEP is in Nairobi, Kenya. The present exucutive director of UNEP is Mr Inger Anderson (since 2019 ). The work of UNEP  is to regulate the environmental activities of UNTED NATIONS and help countries in the implementations environmental policies and practices. This organization focuses on a wide range of areas such as atmosphere, marine, and terrestrial ecosystems, environmental governance and green economic development. UNEP helps its member countries in achieving sustainable development goals. In  the current scenario it mainly focusing on the climate change. UNEP also joined World Meteorological Organization to establish Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ) . UNEP is funded by member countries.

Mains issues before constituent assembly

What is Zero Budget Natural Farming ZBNF

Zero budget natural farming is a type of farming in which there is no use of chemicals and any type of fertilisers. This farming was first promoted by the Pdma Shri recipient and agricultarist Subhash Palekar of Maharashtra in the 1990s.So it is also called Subhash Palekar Natural Farming ( SPNA). He said that the rising cost of farming is the main reason for the suicides of farmers. Without taking loans and using expensive equipment and chemicals the cost of farming can be reduced using zero budget farming . And at that time it was very helpful for small farmers. ZBNF method also helps in increasing soil quality, uses minimum irrigation . According to the data by NSSO 70% of households in India expends more than they earn. Hence most of the farmers are in the debt .ZBNF was also introduced in the parliament by Nirmala Sitaraman. The central government aims to double the income of all the farmers by 2022.

What is Foreign Contribution ( Regulation ) Act, 2010?

FCRA is an act to consolidate the law to regulate the acceptance and utilization of foreign contribution or foreign hospitality by certain individuals or associations or companies and to prohibit the acceptance and utilization of foreign contribution or foreign hospitality for any activities related to the national interest and for matters connected therewith or thereto. This act is the predecessor of the act of 1976. This act was passed in Rajya Sabha on 19th August 2010 and on 27th August,2010 in Lok Sabha and got the assent of  President on 26th September 2010.. The act finally commenced on 1st May 2011.The Foreign Contribution ( Regulation ) Amendment Bill 2020 introduced by the home minister of  India Mr Amit Shah. Various changes in the act have been done in the  act. It made compulsory for all office bearers NGO to submit their Aadhar Numbers . This bill gives powers to the government to stop the foreign funds by an organisation through a  'summary enquiry' process. Th…

What is Narcotics Control Bureau ( NCB ) ? Write functions of NCB

Narcotics Control Bureau was established on 17th March 1986. The main headquarter of NCB is in New Delhi. The current agency executive and director-general of NCB is Mr.Rakesh Asthana IPS. It was under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act of 1985. NCB is an Indian intelligence agency and Indian federal law enforcement under the ministry of Home affairs. The main work of this agency is to investigate drugs and their illegal uses.
Functions of NCB1.NCB keeps eyes on all the drug smugglers which are connected to the foreign drug trafficker.2.All the drugs-related criminal cases fall under Narcotics Bureau3.NCB provides training and resources to the workers of Drug-related agencies.4.It is a national level agency that works with CBI, State Police, Customs, and Central Excise?GST and Indian Intelligence agencies.5.NCB also works with international and foreign law enforcement agencies.

Who was Bodhan Doa?

Bodhan Daua was known as the the Tatya Tope of Sagar. Bodhan Daua, was the the principal advisor, High Officer and Commander-in-Chief of Raja Bakhtavali of the princely state Shahgarh of Sagar district.Mardan Singh, the ancestor of King Bakhtawali (1785-1810) Became the king of the princely state.  Arjun Singh, son of Mardansingh (1810-42) was attacked by Bhonsale of Nagpur in 1810 AD. Scindia of Gwalior sought help against bhonsle.  Scindia asked helped against and in return got the Garhakota area from Arjun Singh.  Therefore, he helped the British in suppressing the Bundela Rebellion (1842) on this condition.

What is Coronavirus virus? What are the symptoms and how to be safe

Covid 19 is a pandemic which is known to be spread from wuhan city of china. Corono virus group was first discovered in 2002. Due to the covd-19 pandemic, everybody in the world is affected somehow. We all know that there is no medicine for coronavirus until now. So its better to prevent yourself from this virus. Ayush ministry of India gave us three preventive ways to boost our immunity in this pandemic. 1.drink only warm water throughout the day. exercise for at least 30 minutes every day. 3.Use turmeric, coriander, and garlic in the food.In the time of this pandemic, everybody was told to stay in the house for a minimum of 14 days that is called quarantine time who comes from foreign countries. A COVID 19 toll-free number 1075 launched in India.Preventive measures for people to stay safe from COVID 191. Keep a distance of at least 2 meters while talking.2.Dont go to the crowd placed like market fairs religious places.3. Do the COVID test if coming from a foreign country.4. Alw…

What is lockdown?

Lockdown means lockout. Lockdown is a disaster management system which is officially implemented at the time of  disaster or epidemic .The people of the area in which the lockdown has been done, the houses are locked and exit is not allowed without permission. All they need to do is to buy essential things like medicine and the grains .They are allowed to come out, during this time if they want to  get money from the bank
The way an institution or factory is shut down and there is lockout in the same way that lock down means that you do not leave the streets for unnecessary work. If you have any problem due to lockdown life you  are  allowed to concerned Police Station, District Collector, Superintendent of Police Or you can call other higher officials. Lockdown is done for the convenience and safety of the public. All private and contract offices remain closed, government offices which do not fall in the required category are also closed.

What are the values? Describe the major types of values.

Values ​​are socially recognized questions, which are generated by the actions of the individual, such as, euphoria,integrity, patriotism, etc.
Values ​​are generally seen in two major forms -
1 provable value - the desired goal as the total achievement of long-term tasks, such as salvation, self-respect, honesty, etc.
 2. Instrument value - the price fixed to get the real value, such as earning money by borrowing, etc.).
Apart from this, values ​​are also classified on the basis of subject-related relationship.

 1. Physical or biological value - improper to improve the jovan level, such as good eating, wearing well.
 2. Social Values- Values ​​considered good in terms of social order, such as Mahla education.
 3 mental values ​​or emotional values ​​- compassion, compassion etc.
 4 aesthetic value values ​​related to nature, art, humanism, beauty- worship of trees.
 5 Moral Values ​​- Inaccurate associated with the character and conduct of the person, such as speaking the truth, not corruptio…

The impact of climate change on oceans.

Climate change increases the temperature of oceans, nutrients, chemical water organization, and wind The system changes the nature of ocean currents.
Increase in the temperature of the oceans - by increasing the temperature of the Earth.
Acidification of oceans - ocean water interacting with carbon dioxide creates carbonic acid.
Slaughter in ocean water level - due to the melting of polar ice.
Changes in ocean current - due to increasing in temperature and melting of porous ice
Extreme climatic events - such as cyclones, storms, etc.
sinking coastal cities
Ecological destruction
Coral bleaching etc.
Hence climate change affects the ecosystem of oceans extensively.

The various factors and process which are responsible for soil erosion

Soil erosion is the removal of top soil from its resting place by responsible to accelerate soil erosion. arious-physical agencies like wind, water and ice. Several biotic factors id in loosening the top soil for the action of physical agencies. Therefore, depending upon the factors involved, there are two types of erosion- geological and accelerated.
Geological or Normal Erosion : The top soil removed by physical agencies of water or wind under normal conditions of physical, biological and hydrological equilibria. The rate of soil erosion is slow. An equilibirum is maintained between the removal of the topsoil and the formation of new soil from below through weathering. The geological or nomal erosion often produced a wavy or undulating surface with alternate ridges and depressions.
Accelerated Erosion : The removal of top soil occur at a much faster rate as compared to the formation of new soil from below. It result in the permanent loss of fertile part of the soil. Accelerated erosio…

The salient features of Wild Life Protection Act. 1972.

Wild life protection act 1972 : The Act provides for the protection of Wild animals, birds and plants and for matters connected there with or ancillary or incidental thereto. It extends to the whole of India, except the State of Jammu and Kashmir
animal includes amphibians, birds, mammals, and reptiles, and their young, and also includes, in the cases of birds and reptiles, their eggs.
animal article means ap article made from any captive animal or wild animal, other than vermin, and includes an article or object in which the whole or any part of such animal [has been used and ivory imported into India and an article made therefrom. hunting, includes, capturing, killing, poisoning, snaring, and trapping or any wild animal and every attempt to do so, driving any wild animal for any of purposes specified in sub clause injuring or destroying or taking any part of the body of any.such animal, or in the case of wild birds or reptiles, damaging the eggs of such birds or reptiles, or disturbing…

The Role of instructional media on Environment.

Environmental awareness is provided through in structional materials, designed by the experts or teachers for different levels of teaching learning situations. The need of the day is to provide environmental awareness and understanding to the general mass of people. The multi media approach is used by the government and non government organizations for the awareness of environmental problems.
Role of instructional media : The use of instructional media is an essential component of teaching learning process to realize various social, cultural and national goals. The media contribute to the efficiency as well as effectiveness of teaching learning process both in case of face to face and distance education system.
Various types of media are used in distance teaching about environment aànd health. These may be classified into two categories : 
1. Print instructional media, and  2. Non print instructional media.
The print instructional media is used in correspondence education or postal education…

The role of Information Technology in Rural development.

Rural Development & Information  Technology : Rural India is on the way of a transformation. A transformation that will unlock the potential of village communities and transform the socio economic lanscape of rural India. Join Hands to reach out to 600,000 villages through the proposed 100,000 Common Service centres (CSCS) an initiative facilitated by the Department of Information Technology, Government of India. The CSCS seek to transfom rural India by providing access'to
e- Government services Education Health and Tele-medicine Financial services Entertainment and much more.
Through the use of Intermet, computers and Information and Communication Technologies. A shot of such ICT enabled government and private services through the CSCS, will empower rural populations like never before. Expression of Interest (EOI) is invited from corporate houses, social development organisations, trusts or NGOS driven by a passio for sustainable rural dévelopment with relevant experience in technology ena…


Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a campaign run by the government of India as a massive mass movement to initiate the theme of cleanliness all through India. This campaign was launched in seeking the way to create a Clean India target by 2019, the 2nd of October means 150" birthday anniversary of the Mahatma Gandhi. The father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi was dreamed to make India a clean India and always put his hard efforts towards swachhta in India. This is the reason, why Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was launched on the 2nd of October (the birthday of the Mahatma Gandhi). To complete the vision of the father of the nation, the Indian government has decided to launch this campaign. The aim of the mission is to cover all the rural and urban areas of the country to present this country as an ideal country before the world. The mission has targeted aims like eliminating the open defecation, converting unsanitary toilets into pour flush toilets, eradicating manual scavenging, complete disposal …

What is digital india program?

Digital India is a project started by the govermment of India on 1 of July, 2015 (from 1" to 7 of July as digital week) in order to transform India into a complete digitally empowered as well as knowledgeable Country of the world. This project is interconnected by the various govermmental departments such as IT, education, agriculture, etc in order to achieve a promising bright returns. It is headed and planned by the ministry of communications and information technology. It is like golden opportunity for India when got implemented properly. In the very starting of the project launch, there was a plan by the state government to make available high speed internet connection in almost 250,000 villages and other residential areas of the country. The crucial role played by the "Bharat Broadband Network Limited (BBNL)" in this project is really appreciable. In the digital India there would be easy digitization of data which will help in making things much more efficient and f…


Make in India is an ambitious campaign launched by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 25" of September in 2014 in New Delhi. The purpose of launching this campaign is to make India a destination of global manufacturing hub. In order to make this campaign a successful one, the PM of India met to the top 40 CEOS of several Fortune 500 companies. This plan was launched in the presence of top CEOS from India Inc, ambassadors, international industry leaders, ministers, government officials, etc. This campaign has targeted to make a call to top companies of well identified countries. Some selected domestic companies who are leading in the field of innovation and new technologies have also been invited. There is a special unit in the Commerce Ministry named "Invest India" which helps in guiding all the top foreign investors in terms of regulatory and policy issues as well as assists in obtaining the regulatory clearances. The government of India is making a huge effort in orde…


With the slogan of women empowerment the question arise that "are women become really strong" and "is long term struggle has ended". Many programmes have been implemented and run by the govemment such as Intermational Women's day, mother's day etc in order to bring awareness in the society about the true rights and value of the women in the development of the nation. Women need to be progressed in the number of spheres. There is a high level of gender inequality in India where women are ill treated by their family members and outsiders. The percentage of illiterate population in India is mostly covered by the women. The real meaning of the women empowerment is to make them well educated and leave them free so that they can be capable to take their own decisions in any field.
Women in India are always subjected to the honour killings and they never given their basic rights for the proper education and freedom. They are the victims who have face violence and abus…

राजभाषा की संवैधानिक स्थिति को स्पष्ट कीजिये।

राजभाषा की संवैधानिक स्थिति- यह निम्न प्रकार से है-
(1) अनुच्छेद 343 में 'संघ की राजभाषा' का उल्लेख है।
(2) अनुच्छेद 344 में 'राजभाषा के लिये आयोग और संसद की समिति' का उल्लेख है।
(3) अनुच्छेद 345, 346, 347 में 'प्रादेशिक भाषायें अर्थात् राज्य की राजभाषायें' का उल्लेख है।
( 4) अनुच्छेद 348 में 'उच्चतम न्यायालय और उच्च न्यायालयों में तथा अधिनियमों, विधायकों आदि की भाषा' का उल्लेख है।
(5) अनुच्छेद 349 में 'भाषा संबंधी कुछ विधियों को अधिनियमित करने के लिये विशेष प्रक्रिया' का उल्लेख है।
(6) अनुच्छेद 350 में 'व्यथा के निवारण के लिये प्रयुक्त भाषा प्राथमिकता पर मातृभाषा में शिक्षा की सुविधायें तथा भाषाई अल्पसंख्यक के लिये विशेष अधिकारी।
(7) अनुच्छेद 3.51 में हिन्दी भाषा के विकास के लिये निदेश' आदि का उल्लेख है।
राजभाषा अधिनियम 1976- यह निम्न प्रकार है-
(1 ) संविधान के अनुच्छेद 120- इसके अनुसार संसद में हिन्दी अथवा अंग्रेजी भाषा में कार्य किया जा सकेगा। यदि कोई संसद सदस्य हिन्दी अथवा अंग्रेजी में अपने विचार व्यक्त नहीं कर सकता तो लोकसभा अध्यक्ष या राज्य…

मुहावरों की क्या विशेषतायें हैं?

मुहावरों की विशेषतायें-

(1) मुहावरे में शब्दों का लक्ष्यार्थ ग्रहण किया जाता है : वाच्यार्थ नही। 'तलवार की धार पर चलना' का अर्थ है.जोखिम भरा या कठिन काम करना। इसमें मुख्य अर्थ का बोध लक्षणा शक्ति से ग्रहीत है।
(2) मुहावरे की शब्द-योजना में कोई परिवर्तन नहीं किया जा सकता। किसी शब्द की जगह उसके समानार्थी शब्द का प्रयोग. करने से मुहावरा निर्जीव हो जाता है। 'दाल में काला' की जगह 'दाल में श्याम' या 'दाल में अश्वेत' का प्रयोग नहीं हो सकता। पर्यायवाची रखने से मुहावरे की संवेदना ही नष्ट हो जाती है तथा अर्थ का अनर्थ भी हो जाता है।
(3) मुहावरे अर्थ द्योतन में रूढ़ हो जाते हैं। नये मुहावरे की रचना सहजतः नहीं हो सकती। मुहावरा-निर्माण भाषा की सतत् विकसित परंपरागत निधि है ।
(4) मुहावरों का प्रयोग दैव वाक्य में किया जाता है। वाक्य में प्रयुक्त होने पर मुहावरा अपना अर्थ निष्पन्न होने पर ही अपने व्यंजनापरक अर्थ को नष्ट करता 
(5) मुहावरे के शब्द- क्रम में किसी प्रकार का परिवर्तन नहीं किया जा सकता। 'नौ-दो ग्यारह होना' की जगह 'दो-नौ ग्याहर होना' का प्रयोग किंचि…

ways to prevent global warming

1. To prevent global warming, various fossil fuels like coal, petroleum, etc. should be used less, instead we should use more non-conventional and renewable sources of energy such as solar energy, nuclear energy, and biogas etc. Want Biogas is an important energy source for domestic uses. Biogas is produced from cattle dung, which gives us biogas as well as natural manure. 
2. Toxic and harmful gases like carbon dioxide and CFC from factories and automobiles should be banned. 
3. A large number of trees should be planted around villages, cities and vacant lands, so that the maximum amount of carbon dioxide released by the plants in the atmosphere is used in the photosynthesis process. This will reduce the amount of carbon dioxide.
 4. Attention should be paid to forest development and at the same time legal ban should be imposed on deforestation. 
5. People should have knowledge of climate change so that they can find ways to avoid their ill effects.

What does green house mean?

A gaseous covering up to 400 kilometers around the Earth, which contains many types of gases, is called a greenhouse. It absorbs heat and increases its density. Generally, the surface temperature of the Earth is controlled by the solar energy falling on it and the solar energy reflected by the Earth, but when the carbon-d-oxide gas in the atmosphere quantity is more than that, then the atmospheric energy of its thick layer is not allowed to go out, due to which the temperature of the Earth's surface increases. This is called the Green House Effect or the Green Planet Effect. A greenhouse is a house, whose walls and roof are made of glass, due to which the rays of the sun come inside this house, but cannot be emitted from it, as a result of which the temperature inside the greenhouse increases.

factors leading to the passage of 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act

Introduction of local self-government - Balwant Rai Mehta Committee was formed in 1956 to consider the nature of the Panchayati system, recognizing the importance of Panchayati Raj institutions. It recommended a three-tier Panchayati system. In the backdrop of this recommendation, the Panchayat system was introduced from Nagaur district in Rajasthan in 1959, but the Panchayati Raj system remained a powerless institution until before the 73rd Act of 1993. It did not prove capable of taking care of local development. The reason is that they had to depend on the government for financial help. Also, the state governments did not favor the formation of local institutions by-election. Several times they were dissolved and the state administration was entrusted with the responsibility of panchayats. During this period, elections were conducted indirectly in many states and these elections were irregular on the level.
The Ashok Mehta Committee was formed in 1977 against the same limitations of…

Discuss the 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act of the Indian Constitution.

42nd Constitutional Amendment Act 1976 of the Indian Constitution during the rule of Indira Gandhi was brought to work. Due to the two-third majority of the Congress in both the Houses of Parliament on the recommendations of the Swarn Singh Commission / Committee, the ruling party unanimous in the constitution uninterrupted Amendments could be made. The amendment was so comprehensive and pithy that it was considered a revision of the constitution. The Act covers 58 sections related to the amendment under which changes have been made in the Preamble of the Constitution, 53 Articles, and the 7th Schedule. The following are the main provisions of the 49th Constitution Amendment -
1 Preamble- Three new words' Socialism ',' Secular ', and Akhandata' have been added to the Preamble.
2 Fundamental Rights - By adding Article 31-C, a provision was made that the liquidity could be amended to give effect to the Directive Principles of Policy.
3 Directive Principles of State Poli…

The powers of Central Government under the Environmental Protection Act.

The main objective of the Environmental Protection Act was implemented with effect from November 19, 1986, with the objective of protecting the environment, improving the environment, and providing subjects related to the environment. Under which the following powers have been conferred by the Central Government -
1 Central Government in the quality of the environment has the power to improve, prevent environmental pollution, control, and eliminate environmental pollution.
2 The Central Government may, or may appoint such posts and officers for the purpose of this Act and may delegate such powers and functions under this Act as it thinks fit.
3. The Central Government may be able to exercise its powers under this Act and give directions to a person, officer, or authority in the discharge of its functions and they shall have to comply with such directions.
4 Determining standards in various aspects of the environment.
5 Determination of standards of emission or discharge of environmental po…

Explain the Veto Powers of the President of India and how it is exercised ?

The following three types of veto power are exercised by the President of India -
(1) Absolute Veto - Absolute Veto means not allowing the President to come to the Bill. In India, this veto cannot be used under normal circumstances. Because Article 111 clearly states that 'When a Bill has been passed by both the Houses of Parliament, it will be presented to the President and the President will declare that he gives permission or withholds permission on the Bill, but the President permits If the bill is not a money bill, it can be returned to the Houses for reconsideration as soon as possible after the Bill is presented to them. The bill is passed by the Houses with or without amendments and is presented before the President for approval, the President has to give his permission. The Money Bill cannot be returned by the President to the House because the Money Bill is introduced in the House only after the prior permission of the President. A full veto can be exercised by the Presid…

Describe the Bhopal Gas Tragedy and its causes.

One of the worst industrial accidents in the world occurred in Bhopal, capital of Madhya Pradesh on December 2, 1984, over 15000 people became untimely due to the leakage of poisonous gas called methyl isocyanide (MIC) from a chemical factory of Union Carbide, near Bhopal city, on the intervening night of December 2-3, 1984. Hunted and many Suffered from physical disabilities. This accident, which is counted in the world's industrial disaster, is known as the Bhopal Gas Scandal and the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, but it was indeed a terrible human tragedy, which questioned the scientific achievements of humans as well as human beings. They also refused the claims of keeping the future safe. This untoward accident not only had immediate effects but also has many far-reaching effects such as - after this disaster in the adjacent areas there poisonous waste lying in the factory premises is increasing the inclusion of toxic substances in groundwater. On December 3, 2014, this event completed …

Write the causes of decline of traditional cottage industries in India.

-Cottage industries collectively call those industries in which products and services are created in their home and not in any of them. In factories. In cottage industries, skilled craftsmen manufacture goods in their homes with less capital and more efficiently through their own hands. A cottage industry has been an important contributor to India since ancient times. After the British arrived in India, the cottage industries in India were rapidly destroyed and traditional artisans adopted other occupations. But due to the influence of the Swadeshi movement, the cottage industry was reinforced and At present, the cottage industries are playing a parallel role of modern technology. Now, in addition to skill and hard work, small scale machines also used.
The cottage industries can be mainly divided into two parts. 1. Rural Cottage Industries 2. Urban cottage industries
Following are the major reasons for the decline of traditional cottage industries in India
1. Continuous change in the agric…

Discuss the development of painting during the period of Jahangir.

-The Mughals have made specific contributions in the field of painting. He incorporated many new themes with scenes of courts, war, and hunting chases and added many new colors and forms. He gave birth to a vibrant tradition of painting which continued in different parts of the country for a long time even after the Mughal pride and empire ended. 
The reason for prosperity was that there is an old tradition of painting in India.
Mughal painting reached its peak during the Jahangir era. The person with a Jahangir connoisseur vision was the common law of this dynasty that different painters used to draw faces, bodies, and feet of individuals in the same picture. Jahangir claimed that he could recognize the work of every painter in any painting.
During the period of Jahangir, there was special progress in drawing images of hunting, war, and court scenes, besides making pictures of individuals and animals. Mansoor's name was famous in this region. At this time the trend of portrait (port…

Comment on the Devdasi Tradition in India.

- This devadasi is an ancient practice of Hinduism. In some areas of India, especially in South India, women were caught in the morass of prostitution in the name of religion and faith. Due to social family pressure, these women were forced to become part of this religious practice. Under the Devadasi system, upper-caste women dedicated themselves to the temple and served the deity. Dances were performed in temples to please the deity. The temple priests started making physical connections with the women involved in this practice, saying that this establishes contact between them and God. Gradually it became his right, which also got social acceptance. After that, the kings used to keep devadasis in their palaces started trending. In the Mughal period, while the kings felt that such a large number of devadasis were not under their control, the devadasis became public property. This practice is still continuing in 10 districts of Karnataka and 14 districts of Andhra Pradesh. Many NGOs …

Evaluate the significance of the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

Regarding the revolution of 1688-89, the famous historian Trevelyan wrote that the significance of the revolution was not in the roaring-sound, but in the intelligence and foresight of its objectives. The famous thinker Bark of England has called this revolution a glorious revolution or a pleasant event. Of course angelicFriendly it was a proud Anglo revolution. The humility of the revolution lies in its system and program, but its pride is in the fact that there is no blood in it. This revolution did not result in chaos, no chaos, and no cramwells. Public law prevailed over the king's autocracy and divine doctrine. The religious problem was also resolved in favor of the Protestants.The creative program designed for the revolution system gave a new direction to the constitutional development stream of England. Although external changes were greatly reduced by this and no new method was established, yet the impact of the revolution was very effective. OldThe solution to the problem…

Describe the characteristics of Renaissance.

The following are the characteristics of the Renaissance -
(1) The development of inquisitive and investigative vision - that is, as a result of individualism, the human being was considered responsible for the works, which led to the birth of new geographical discoveries.
 (2) Development of adventurous sentiments - Due to increasing intellectual importance, a logical attitude developed in people and different kinds of ideas and research started to develop.  Lack of control of the church also gave people an opportunity to demonstrate their potential and they also got credit for it.
(3) Humanism - In the Renaissance period, the center of thinking was human, in fact humanism has been the soul of the Renaissance.
(4) Development of versatility - In the reconnaissance period, versatility developed - Leonardo the Vinci was equipped with various talents such as mathematician, philosopher, botanist, geologist, painter, sculptor.
(5) Individualism - In the medieval period human achievements were …

What is migration ? What is condition of migration in Madhya Pradesh ?

- MIgration is a type of migration, which is the transfer of population from one geographical area to another geographical area Is completed by  Thus, migration means to move or move from one place or region to another.  This stay is natural Disaster or any other reason may also be called displacement.  It is found in rural and tribal areas in India, usually due to seasonal unemployment towards urban industrial centers.  The migration is of long-term or permanent nature.  Those people who move from one place are related to the process of out-migration, Whereas those who come to the place are related to the process of immigration.
 Types or patterns of migration
 1. Primitive Migration nomadic community.  2. Obligation of compulsive or ecological is also called Displacement.  3. Free Migration to fulfill higher aspirations.  4. Mass migration is the result of economic, political, social conditions.
Migrations from rural to urban, urban to rural, rural-rural, urban-urban, inter district, inter…

Explain the objectives of TRIMS'.

Trade-Related Investment Measures-Trims-related investment rules or criteria-trims) are the rules that apply to a country's regulatory act to foreign investors. This is a part of industrial policy. The agreement was negotiated under the World Trade Organization (WTO) predecessor to the Customs and Trade (GAT) General Agreement in 1994. Was done in 1995, which came into existence in 1995. This agreement was implemented with the mutual consent of all WTO members. All investment criteria or rules related to trade are one of the four major legal contracts of the WTO trade treaty.
The Trims rule is that it restricts the preference of domestic firms and enables international companies to operate more easily within foreign markets. Traditionally established material requirements and policies in the form of trade balance rules and restrictive or competitive trade practices in domestic industries are also being banned. Five investment criteria have been identified by the Trims Agreement, whi…

Explain the targeted Public Distribution System.

Public distribution system refers to the system under which various consumer goods are sold in a reasonable amount to the public, especially the weaker section consumers, at fixed prices.  In this system, various commodities (wheat, rice, sugar, imported edible oil, coal, kerosene etc.) are sold through rationed consumer stores.  The rate of profit for these vendors is fixed and they have to sell certain prices and certain quantity of goods to the ration holders.
The Government of India introduced the targeted public distribution system in June 1997 with a focus on the poor.  Under the Targeted Public Distribution System, the states were required to formulate and implement a robust system of identification of the poor to deliver food grains and distribute them in a transparent and accountable manner at the appropriate store level.
 There are three types of ration cards under Public Distribution System - B.V.  PL card, APL card and Antyodaya card.  Fair price shops, cooperative consumer …

What is Industrialization?the causes of low industrialization in Madhya Pradesh.

Industrialization is the name of a social and economic process. In this, the socio-economic condition of the human group changes, in which the occupation of industries is dominated. In fact, it is a part of modernization. Large-scale energy consumption, large scale production, excess of metallurgical, etc. are the characteristics of industrialization. In a way, it is a large-scale organization of the economy by promoting construction works. In other words, industrialization is the central dynamic force in the process of economic development of an economy. There is a resolve to make Madhya Pradesh a developed and industrialized state of the country. This is also possible given its central geographical location and the abundant natural resources available here. This is the reason that the state government's campaign to attract investment in the state has been continuously running for the last seven years.
Industry in Madhya Pradesh is largely dependent on natural resources. Here limes…

What is "Make in India" programme ?

The Make in India campaign, the largest exercise program to manufacture manufacturing houses in India, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 25, 2014. The objective of Make in India is to make the country the extent of manufacturing. It has been promised to provide basically a favorable environment to both domestic and foreign investors so that India can be transformed into a manufacturing hub with employment of 125 crore strong India. New working techniques-   This will have wide impact in a serious business and it has two inherent elements required for any innovation - new routes or opportunities. Tackling and keeping the right balance include facing challenges.  Politics leadership is expected to be widely popular.  but the  MAKE in India initiative is indeed seen as an equitable mix of economic prudence, administrative reform.  Thus, this initiative calls for a public mandate - "A Akaki supports India." The Make in India program, launched to promote e…

Global warming and its causes and effects

- The process of warming the ocean, the entire environment including snowflakes, and regular warming of the Earth's surface is called global warming. The last few years have seen a rise in global atmospheric temperature. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the Earth's average temperature has increased by about 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit (0.8 degrees Celsius) over the last century. It is also estimated that by the next century, it may increase by 2 to 11.5 degrees F.
Climate change is actually called a change in the climatic conditions on Earth. This happens due to various external and internal reasons. These include other internal and external causes including solar radiation, changes in the Earth's orbit, volcanic eruptions, plate tectonics, etc.
Causes of Climate Change - There are many factors that have been responsible for bringing changes in the weather in the past. These include variations in solar energy reaching Earth, volcanic eruptions, orbital changes and…