Vision IAS

Vision IAS

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Umesh

Sep 28, 2018
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Best in terms of quality of questions if test series

It produces one of the best and relevant questions if the mains general studies questions.
Only problem is that it is now a bit expensive. Government should start a Pradhan mantri saste main Vision ias test series lelo yojana soon.

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ankit

Sep 27, 2018
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Test series

Joined vision test series. It provided great ease of use especially for out station candidates. The model answers are good as well. I feel we should not take reviews too seriously. Overall good

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Vision IAS
Social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. The International Labour Organization recently adopted the  Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization to show its commitment towards social justice. The Declaration focuses on guaranteeing fair outcomes for all through employment, social protection, social dialogue, and fundamental principles and rights at work.
2018 theme: Workers on the Move: the Quest for Social Justice
Most migration today is linked directly or indirectly to the search for decent work opportunities. Even if employment is not the primary driver, it usually features in the migration process at some point.
There are an estimated 258 million international migrants. The ILO estimates that there are roughly 150 million migrant workers.
Among migrant workers, 56 percent are men and 44 percent are women.
Migrant workers account for 4.4 percent of all workers and have higher labor force participation rates than non-migrants globally (73 percent and 64 percent respectively).

Social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. The International Labour Organization recently adopted the Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization to show its commitment towards social justice. The Declaration focuses on guaranteeing fair outcomes for all through employment, social protection, social dialogue, and fundamental principles and rights at work.2018 theme: Workers on the Move: the Quest for Social JusticeMost migration today is linked directly or indirectly to the search for decent work opportunities. Even if employment is not the primary driver, it usually features in the migration process at some point.There are an estimated 258 million international migrants. The ILO estimates that there are roughly 150 million migrant workers.Among migrant workers, 56 percent are men and 44 percent are women.Migrant workers account for 4.4 percent of all workers and have higher labor force participation rates than non-migrants globally (73 percent and 64 percent respectively). ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Is there any student from this coaching please reply?

Why no age relaxation provided in UPSC notification to EWS general category reservation 🤔🤔😭😭😭 #AGERELAXATION4EWS

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Is there any student from this coaching please reply

Please muja Hindi mideam valo ka liya political science and indain relationship ki booklist share do

Is there any orientation or registration will be there

Sir pls Hindi language main bhi video upload karna request to you

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4 days ago

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All India GS Prelims Open Mock Test 3 | #PrelimsIsComing#VisionIAS #VisioniasOpenTest #upsc ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Kolkata.??

Patna....?????

Sir kb hain??...... jldi se kra do..

Kolkata????

Please also provide in Online mode 👏

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4 days ago

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How to Succeed in The UPSC Civil Services 2020 | Mr. Siddharth Jain, IAS (AIR 13, CSE 2015 ) ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Akshat Pandey Himanshu Kumar

Sab bade talented students baithe h

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Siddharth is very Talented person. 👍🙏

What was your optional ?

Sb misra tu angrez ki aaulad ha

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I didn't understand.

Siddhartha sir thank you soo much.

I'm coming

Very very interested session

English please

HMMM

Thanks sir mai vivek

IAS vision

Sir, English please🙏

I'm

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Very interesting session

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Sir mai allahabad se hu mai bhi aa sakta hu kya

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jo log delhi nahi aa sakte unke liye bhi kuch strategy btaeye

Javaid ch hmm U Ri8 self study is a gud option 😊

O p chaudhry

Hmm Pre clear From best option 6 to 12 Ncert books Read

Pearl jao I think mai i help you😊

Pearl jau pre bhut asani se clear ho skta h apka bs thora sa concentrate kre khud pr

Pearl Jau abhi time hai u van prepare well

he is very kind hearted men

Make strategy for hardworking nd self confidence in this exam

Waw great brother.....

What is the upper age limit

i love to watch his video

Anyone tell me sir name

Ur very good for inspiration us I hope one day Inshallah

Vision IAS give me January current affairs magazine

From Kolkata, West Bengal

I Love your acceptance nature.

I love you and respect you alotttt sirrrrr......😍😍😍😍

9 to 12 ncert is enough for ur cracking upsc

No age relaxation provided in UPSC to Ews general category

I am vijay maurya from Varanasi

Good evening sr

Ji thNk you mene sarch kiya jo sab material mila, but mujhe koi esa chahiye jo current me tyari kr rahe ho I meet those

Please increase upper age limit in UPSC to 35 years for general category

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Open Session by Shri OP Chaudhary, former IAS | Farmer's Welfare & Agricultural Development ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Vi IAS itna tough kyu hai

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Nice topic

But I can't see till the en1

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High yield variety seeds

It's very good topic

for coming in politics

Good Topic, Farmer's Welfare & Agricultural Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India :)

congratulation sir

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Hello

Love you😘

Congratulations..

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Sarojini Naidu, (born February 13, 1879), political activist, feminist, poet, and the first  woman to be appointed an Indian state governor. She was also known as “the Nightingale of India.”
After some experience in the suffragist campaign in England, she was drawn to Indian National movement and to Mahatma Gandhi’s Non-Cooperation Movement. In 1925 she  became the first Indian woman president of the National Congress having been preceded eight years earlier by Annie Besant. Her anti-British activity brought her a number of prison sentences (1930, 1932, and 1942–43). She accompanied Gandhi to London for the inconclusive second session of the Round Table Conference for Indian–British cooperation (1931). In 1947, she became governor of the United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh), a post she retained until her death.
Sarojini Naidu also led an active literary life. Her first volume of poetry, The Golden Threshold (1905), was followed by The Bird of Time (1912), and in 1914 she was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Her collected poems, all of which she wrote in English, have been published under the titles The Sceptred Flute (1928) and The Feather of the Dawn (1961).

Sarojini Naidu, (born February 13, 1879), political activist, feminist, poet, and the first woman to be appointed an Indian state governor. She was also known as “the Nightingale of India.”After some experience in the suffragist campaign in England, she was drawn to Indian National movement and to Mahatma Gandhi’s Non-Cooperation Movement. In 1925 she became the first Indian woman president of the National Congress having been preceded eight years earlier by Annie Besant. Her anti-British activity brought her a number of prison sentences (1930, 1932, and 1942–43). She accompanied Gandhi to London for the inconclusive second session of the Round Table Conference for Indian–British cooperation (1931). In 1947, she became governor of the United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh), a post she retained until her death.Sarojini Naidu also led an active literary life. Her first volume of poetry, The Golden Threshold (1905), was followed by The Bird of Time (1912), and in 1914 she was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Her collected poems, all of which she wrote in English, have been published under the titles The Sceptred Flute (1928) and The Feather of the Dawn (1961). ... See MoreSee Less

 

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What is the difference between adjarn sine-day AND proroge Why to day Rajyasabha House is adjarn sineday instead of proroge

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