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DNA by Jatin Verma: Darjeeling Dispute explained

Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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hello sir this is my humble request to u... I hv asked so many times to roman sir and ankita mam but none replied me. plz sir help me. I want schedule fr optional and gs along with ncerts in terms of month duration as roman sir explained fr pt in 9 months plan... I want similar or just rough timetable for gs along with ncerts and optional... sir u just give me one year plan to complete pt n mains .... bcz when I think to complete my optional it will take 6 months minimum then how I devote rest of 6 m9nths fr gs ncerts n pt too.. plz devise rough plan sir
Harsh John
2 years ago
https://unacademy.com/lesson/timetable-for-college-students-2-year-study-plan-upsc-cseias-exam-preparation/WSN9BE19?source=Course print this time table this contains every single finger of a hand that you want to hold and then reduce the timings on the basis of the time you've got for the preparation then Timetable (9 months) for UPSC-CSE (IAS) 2017 Prelims by Roman Saini find the above time table from here or youtube page of unacademy afterwards combine both the time table and create a suitable one for you. hope this answer was helpful. thank you goodnight.
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
thanks you harsh ... may God bless u
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
but it's 2 yr plan I mean if I want to study from this year then what should do? bcz 2 yrs plan is easy to made bt to consolidate syllabus in 1 yr require experience so will u help me fr that
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
but it's 2 yr plan I mean if I want to study from this year then what should do? bcz 2 yrs plan is easy to made bt to consolidate syllabus in 1 yr require experience so will u help me fr that
Harsh John
2 years ago
you have to prepare according to the time that you can provide for the studies afa in my concern I'm giving 25% time for dynamic section and 75% time for static section because the syllabus is so vast just limit your resources and try to do justice to each and every section properly and make a timetable awa at-least cover 80-85% of the syllabus of that. you have to push yourself a bit for that. experience will come according to time. I've also started my studies recently. And being a new aspirant I can suggest you to give 3-4 months for NCERT's (study properly) and rest of the time for other book's what so ever you are preferring. Make a plan properly as shown in those videos as an example.
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
one more thing harsh.. most of the students who cleared this year exam suggest to buy postal material fr vajiram even tina Dhabi consider it mostly in her schedule .. so do u think it would help if supplement with standard books
Harsh John
2 years ago
as you already know that there are ample no of materials available out there you can take them if you want & if you are able to adjust something else more then ncert's and books for each section with the time available for you but in my opinion the ability of a person to right answers by knowing the basic facts + current knowledge should be enough. on the other hand many aspirant would have cleared and probably have topped in the exam without the use of these now it's up to you what resources you prefer and how much you can do. So make your decision by yourself because many people will suggest many things.
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
ok thanks
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
nice advice
Harsh John
2 years ago
no problem at all. ask whenever you are in need. best of luck
Sonam sharma
2 years ago
so nice of u.... thanks..
Jatin sir give some suggestions like your opinion , how to make notes prelims cum mains for GS 1. like history perspective view on some current going issue , I want your suggestion to make my vision clear , please if you are understanding what I am trying to say , must reply.
Sir I am an absolute beginner for upsc cse.. I am starting THE HINDU EPAPER for preparation of UPSC CSE... THE HINDU IS PUBLISHED IN ELEVEN EDITIONS... WHICH EDITION IS RELEVANT OR REQUIRED FOR UPSC CSE?
Aman Mittal
2 years ago
Delhi addition would be the best . Get it from below link http://www.1ias.com/the-hindu-e-newspaper/
Utkarsh Walde
2 years ago
Why Delhi edition is the best? Plz do let me now Aman!
Aman Mittal
2 years ago
simply becoz delhi is the national and political capital and its significance outweights all other states. It has got parliament, PMO, president office, election commision, supreme court etc . All the affairs are managed through delhi only. Its not that other editions are not good ,but when given choice delhi would be preferred. Hope it helps.
Utkarsh Walde
2 years ago
Thnx
Carving out states on the basis of ethnicity should not be taken as ideal one. Because India contain so many ethnicity and culture, if every one demands their state it would be difficult for the whole nation to handle plus maintain economically and politically. But also we cannot ignore the grievances and the hatred of the ethnic groups that may result in to severe violence like Darjeeling. In my opinion state and center have to obey the each ethnic groups and should try to make a good relation with them, if it is possible.
Aman Mittal
2 years ago
I think in a country like india with multiple ethnicity talking to each group and obeying them would not at all possible. We have seen the Domino effect by creation of Telangana which was accepted and now demands from virtually every state is coming out. Vidharbha, Bodoland, Awadh and many others. what can be done instead is to set up a collaboration authority to consider the differences and draw specific provisions to protect, preserve the culture of a minority or ethnic group.
sir in my opinion the new states should not be carved out on the basis of ethnicity. if our govt. would accept each single demand (may not be legal), this would likely resulting in creation many problems. as of question now, if a group want's that they should be given a separate place to live on the bases of the religion they are following... would result in 'n' number of groups of people following different type of religions (as we all very well know 100+ religions are followed in India and we've 1600+ languages as our mother tongue) would demand different places for themselves which practically is not possible (99 %). on the other hand this could result in discrimination of various fundamental right that our Indian Constitution provides us and secularism could also be hurt. in this type of case our govt. should take decisions carefully keeping in mind about many problems that probably may occur and about the people who suffer. They probably can ask peoples living on the particular area to follow their rituals and then can also stop imposing the weights of less useful decisions that could case these type of problems in future.
  1. Daily News Analysis The Hindu June 20, 2017 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy unacademy For Editorial Analysis & English video,Visit my Unacademy Profile- https://unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  2. . The AIP module is not part of the original Scorpene contract but the Navy has been keen on having them fitted on the last two of the six Scorpene submarines being manufactured by Mazgaon Docks Limited (MDL) in Mumbai. . The AlP module is being developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and was supposed to be installed before the submarines roll out. DRDO) and was supposed to be installed before the submarines roll osut 'Darjeeling-Gorkha Janmukti Issue: 201 l: GTA was formed 59 Department were handed over to GTA; 2015-20162 Controversial steps-Language & Development Boards for Lepcha and Tamang Community. Tamang have a dance called " Tamang Selo " that is performed with the Damphoo instrument, also known as Damphoo Dance, having a brisk movement and rhythmic beat peculiar to Tamangs.


  3. An annual festival of Tendong Lho Rum Faat of the ethnic Lepcha tribe of Sikkim was celebrated with traditional devotion and fanfare across the state. Tendong Lho Rum Faat festival: 1. It is celebrated annually in the month of August in Sikkim. 2. It is three day festival and on the first day, the people worship the Mount Tendong which is located in South Sikkim. Importance of Festival: According to the folklore, Mt. Tendong had saved the Lepcha people during the great deluge which had flooded the entire Mayel Lyang country (now known as Sikkim). Mains Question: Should separate states be carved out on the basis of ethnicity?


  4. Page ll: BRICS backs India's fight against terrorism [Foreign Ministers' meet] India urged the BRICS to step up the fight against global terrorism, amid consensus within the group to back economic globalisation and speak with one voice to counter climate change.And terrorists cannot be differentiated by calling them good or bad . UN convention: BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) supported India's call for early adoption of a comprehensive UN convention against international terrorisrm A joint statement released at the end of the conference condemned "terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. Foreign ministers from BRICS nations called for the use of "preventative diplomacy" to tackle the situation on the Korean Peninsula Russia expects BRICS foreign ministers meetings to be held regularly. . Separately, India objects to BRICS supporting China's BRI


  5. Page 11:India,Afghanistan open air freight route. . Adding a new dimension to bilateral ties, India and Afghanistan inaugurated a dedicated air freight corridor service on Monday. The corridor which passes through the airspace of Pakistan was launched with a cargo aircraft flight flagged off by Afghanistan President Dr.Ashraf Ghani. . The dedicated air corridor was planned during the meeting of our Prime Minister and President Ghani in Kabul in September 2016.


  6. World News Page 12: Russia threatens to target U.S. warplanes over Syria . Russia condemned the U.S. military's downing of a Syrian warplane and suspended the use of a military hotline that Washington and Moscow have used to avoid collisions in Syrian airspace. Russia also threatened to target aircraft flown by the U.S. and its allies over Syria. The Russian military has halted cooperation in the past notably after President Donald Trump ordered the launch of missiles against a Syrian air base in April e It was the most recent example of the intensifying clash of words and interests between the two powers, which back different sides in Syria's civil war. . An American F/A-18 jet shot down the Syrian government plane south of the town of Tabhah on Sunday, after it dropped bombs near local ground forces supported by the U.S. It was the first time the U.S. military had downed a Syrian aircraft since the civil war began in the country in 2011


  7. Iran fires missiles at IS targets Iran says its ballistic missile strike targeting the Islamic State (IS) in Syria was not only a response to deadly attacks in Tehran, but a message to Saudi Arabia and the Us The launch, which hit Syria's eastern city of Deir el-Zour on Sunday, appeared to be Iran's first missile attack abroad in over 15 years and its first in the Syrian conflict. . Iran's Revolutionary Guard said it launched six Zolfaghar ballistic missiles from the western provinces of Kermanshah and Kurdistan. Uncertainty ends in Sri Lanka's Northern Province e CM Wigneswaran, leader Sampanthan reach understanding


  8. -SAARC start-ups meeting to work out mutually beneficial ideas India will host a summit for start-ups from SAARC nations later this year to tap the complementarities that ventures across South Asia may bring to the table. The eight-member South Asian Association for Re- gional Co-operation (SAARC) could also be a forum that helps build linkages for sim- ilar thinking minds and start-ups . The eight-member South Asian Association for Re-gional Co-operation (SAARC) could also be SAARC was founded in the year 1985. Ex President of Bangladesh Ziaur Rahman was the one who made a formal proposal on May 2nd, 1980. The first SAARC summit was held in Dhaka on 8 December 1985, when the organisation was first established This summit includes all the South East Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Nepal Bhutan, Maldives, Srilanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan is the recent inclusion in this list. Countries like Australia, China, The European Union, Iran, Japan, Myanmar, Mauritius South Korea and United States act as observers to this summit.


  9. Business Page 13:Cairn row: I-T dept.to take away dividend The Income Tax Department has ordered coercive action against Cairn Energy of U.K., including taking away over 2,000 crore dividend and tax refund, to recover part of the 10,247 crore the L 10,24/ crore retrospective tax. . On June 16, it sent a notice under section 226(3) of the Income Tax Act to the com- pany's erstwhile subsidiary, Cairn India Ltd. (now Ved- anta India Ltd.), saying whatever is due to the British firm in the form of di- vidend should be trans- ferred to the government Next, the department will move to take 9.8% residual stake that Cairn Energy re-tains in Cairn India even after selling the erstwhile subsidiary to Vedanta. . Cairn is seeking full restitution for (UK-India Bilateral Investment Treaty) Treaty breaches resulting from the expropriation of its investments in India in 2014 & the attempts to enforce retrospective tax measures