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1st July 2018 mains questions
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The lesson has been divided into questions from gs 1,2,3 &4 based on the hindu. The lesson has topics like environmental concerns of river development, emergency provisions in Jammu and Kashmir Holistic development of Islands, competency exams for teachers and more. Please do rate review and recommend the course if you like it

P L Bhargavi
A speck of universe, trying to save her instincts and intuitions from the robotic chores. scored 150 in geography optional II

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chand pe pani pahunchane wALa me doubt hai kyuki hamlog 15 20 meter tak to hamlog head kar hi sakte hai par aap to bol he the 10 se jayadakar h nhi sakte hai jo ki hame doubt hai
Shailesh B
3 months ago
deepakji Jo aap pump use karte vo multistage pump (series) hai that's why we deliver above 10 m kya ye sahi hai if any correction pls
excellent classes you providing ma'am
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
thank you so much. let's make them more productive together
Thank you so much mam

  2. ABOUT ME e Biotechnology graduate e Worked as assistant proffessor Cleared ssc for women flying officer but could not join on medical grounds Upsc aspirant, written mains 2017 Learning enthusiast, interested in sanskrit and indian culture Have a YouTube channel on Sanskrit rhymes for kids You can follow me on http://unacademy/user/bhargavivardhan

  3. GS 1

  4. REPEAL OF ANTI CONVERSION LAW WILL THREATEN THE INDIGENOUS CULTURE AND MARGINALIZED ETHNIC COMMUNITIES. DISCUSS The basis of Such an allegation The past incidence ofConversions especially the forced conversions * The nature of evolution of culture as a theory to counter this fear as baseless Indigenous culture and ethnic communities of the country * The real Threats to these communities the developmental concerns climate change other anthropogenic factors.

  5. DISCUSS THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS IN LEVERAGING RIVERS FOR HUMAN USE OR OVERUSE. The uses of rivers in development versus use of rivers and sustainable development e The impacts of anthropogenic factors of these developmental activities on river

  6. O Developmental activity Sustainable use Use of solar energy Small and medium heps Environmental impacts Oil sleeks in river, biodiversity Geotectonic impacts Water, air, ecological pollution, inundation Tectonic impacts, salinity, siltation Salinity, siltation, flooding, drought Inland waterways Hydroelectric power lourismm Small Traditional water management systems which are sustainable and cost effective Reservoirs and dams Canal irrigation Fishing Biodiversity, pollution Fish in ponds, minimising ecological impact of phishing Management of water resources and awareness Overuse, and disturbance to hydrological cycle Pollution, biodiversity loss Drinking water Industrial effluents Better environment Impact assessment.

  7. GS 2

  8. WHAT ARE THE MAJOR ISSUES AROUND WHICH THE CAUVERY RIVER WATER DISPUTES REVOLVES HOW HAS IT POSED A CHALLENGE TO THE INTERSTATE RIVER SHARING POLICY OF THE COUNTRY? Cauvery is an inter-State basin having its origin Karnataka and flowing through Tamil Nadu and Puduchery before out falling in Bay of Bengal. The Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT) was constituted by the Government of India on 2nd June 1990 to adjudicate the water dispute regarding inter-state river Cauvery and the river valley thereof among the States of Tamil Naduy, Karnataka, Kerale and Puducherry.

  9. The dispute has given rise to the idea of a single permanent Tribunal for adjudication of inter state river water disputes . The interstate river water disputes act of 1956 guides the river water sharing issues among States

  10. ARTICLE 262 . Adjudication of disputes relating to waters of inter State rivers or river valleys (1) Parliament may by law provide for the adjudication of any dispute or complaint with respect to the use, distribution or control of the waters of, or in, any inter State river or river valley (2) Notwithstanding anything in this Constitution, Parliament may by law provide that neither the Supreme Court nor any other court shall exercise jurisdiction in respect of any such dispute or complaint as is referred to in clause (1) Co ordination between States

  11. THANK YOU Please do rate review and recommend the course if you like it