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  • IAS Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Marking Scheme, Compulsory Subjects February 19, 2019
    IAS is conducted for selection of officers for Indian Administrative service. This year, IAS Prelims is scheduled for June 2, 2019. IAS Exam Pattern talks about the distribution of questions, marking scheme, sectional weightage and duration. The brief for all three stages of IAS are: IAS Prelims: It has two papers of objective type and carries a maximum of 400 marks. It is a qualifying round […]
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  • IAS Exam Eligibility February 19, 2019
     Age Limit, Qualification, Medical test IAS Exam is a test conducted by the Union Public Services Commission to recruit eligible candidates to All India Services which includes IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS and many other Group A and Group B services. Candidates applying for IAS Exam must hold a Graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized University.Candidate must be more than 21 […]
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  • IAS Exam 2019 Application Form February 19, 2019
    IAS Exam, also known as Indian Administrative Service, is a national level competition exam conducted by UPSC annually to recruit candidates for civil services like IPS, IFS (Foreign), IAAS, IRS, IDAS, CAPF-AF and others. Nearly 2 lac candidates appear for the Civil Services Examinations each year. UPSC has released the exam dates for IAS 2019 at upsc.gov.in IAS Application Form will […]
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  • India Before and After Mauryan Empire January 28, 2019
    MAURYAN PERIOD There are little traces left of the period in between probably because architecture and sculpture in this time was not primarily made of stone and hence were perishable. Probably, since Gangetic area was moist, mud brick and wooden structures that were made during Mauryan period and before didn’t last. However, it cannot be […]
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  • Indian Philosophies And Literature January 27, 2019
    Ancient Literature Hinduism is one of the oldest religions with no definite theories of its origin and starting point. Earliest literary and religio-philosophical works are in form of Vedas and other literature. There are four Vedas and each of them also has – Samahitas, Brahmanas, Upnishadas and Araynakas – as four parts. The Vedic literature […]
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  • Ancient India – Vedic Times January 27, 2019
    CULTURE Culture is a way of life. Culture is the embodiment of the way in which we think and do things. It is also the things – tangible and intangible – that we have inherited as members of society. All the achievements of human beings as members of social groups can be called culture. Culture, […]
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  • Indus Valley Civilization January 27, 2019
    Indus valley civilization is older than chalcolithic culture but was far more developed. It marked the beginning of Bronze age civilization. Sights of Indus Valley Civilization Early (Pre Harappan) Mature (Harappan)  Late Phase (Post Harappan)   Harappa (Pakistan @ Ravi)     Mohenjodaro (Pakistan @ Indus)     Chanhudaro (Pakistan @ Indus)     Sutkagendor […]
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  • Lanforms By Sea Waves January 27, 2019
    Erosional Landforms: Significant coastal features formed due to ma­rine erosion by sea waves and other currents and solution processes include cliffs, coves, caves, in­dented coastline, stacks, chimneys, arch, inlets, wave-cut platforms etc. i. Cliffs: Steep rocky coast rising almost vertically above sea water is called sea cliff which is very precipitous with overhanging crest. The […]
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  • LANDFORMS PRODUCED BY THE WIND January 23, 2019
    Wind action moves mineral particles when they are in a dry state and unprotected by a vegetation cover. These conditions are found in deserts and semiarid regions of the world, as well as on sandy shorelines. A. EROSION BY WIND : Wind performs three kinds of erosion work abrasion, attrition and deflation. Abrasion: ·  In the […]
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  • Weathering January 23, 2019
    The process of wearing away of earth’s surface is commonly known as denudation & is generally carried out in four phases Weathering, Erosion, Transportation & Deposition. Warm wet climate promotes rapid chemical weathering while dry climate provide good conditions for physical weathering   Chemical Weathering Extremely slow & gradual decomposition of rocks due to exposer […]
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