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

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^koi jajbati nahi hoga,^ Jatin Sir ka punchline lag rha hai????????, Thanks Sir. Aapke efforts bahut mayne rakhte hain ham jaison ke liye. Thanks a lot.
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Sir , isn’t SDR & S4A same because in both initiatives there is partnership of bank in company’s equity ?
Who does audit RBI, because it can also become corrupt.
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  3. but th Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the bas<e Page 1: After glitch, ISRO trying to restore link with GSAT-6A Page 1: CVC wants to keep an eye on private banks y has ph reve Page 7 Nation News: India is now world's second largest mobile phone producer: ICA Page 7 Nation News: Donate floral offerings to shelter homes: SC Page 10 News: Finance panel gets long wish list Page 11 News: Can't stop legislators from practising: Bar Council Page 11 News: Bodies to arrive from Mosul today Page 13 Business News: 'RBI examining PNB fraud for enforcement action' Page 14 Business News: Low-down on electric and hybrid vehicles Life Page News: China's space lab set to strike Earth today hink h fferent et two bo a pu Ivi rk and t stay have


  4. want to he start Page 1: After glitch, ISRO trying to restore link with GSAT-6A . ISRO has lost contact with GSAT-6A, one of India's biggest communications satellites. . ISRO is working to restore the communication link with its GSAT-6A satellite that went incommunicado state in space after the second orbit-raising m The silence is believed to be caused by a power glitch or a short circuit. The spacecraft, was meant to support military communications in hostile regions using handy ground terminals anoeuvre. he lay . . e an ent * Built to last for 10-12 years, it was to be a standby for its 3-vear-old replica GSAT-6. . ISRO chief is hopeful to recover the satellite as its systems are in good health. He says, u functionallv, there would be no shortage or disturbance as GSAT-6 would be at work or some more years. ck e ind stay . The launch of the navigation satellite IRNSS-1I is scheduled for April 12. An expert committee is looking into the issue and will suggest recovery and other options Ies


  5. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 and he probah d Going incommunicado but th GSAT-6A satellite separation y hav reve he g layer GS2 separatlon/CUS gnltionA satellite is placed in orbit in 3 phases G51 separation The second orbit- raising operation of GSAT-6A was caed out successfully on ape an or us, hink h cause h fferent MAGE ISROSaturday t stay When It was on course to normal operating coniguratlon for the third and final firing scheduled for April 1, communication was lost


  6. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) wants to keep an eve on private banks The CVC has urged the PM's office to bring private sector banks under its watch and make the a legislative changes to facilitate the same, citing recent malfeasance instances. y hav Vigilance officers in all State-owned public sector banks are required to report irregularities Private sector banks are out of the CVC's purview, but are subjected to statutory audits from * Private banks have been rapped in recent months by the banking regulator for deviating from and possible wrongdoing to the CVC reve laye the RBI. hink h causeb ferent norms that govern the disclosure of NPAs, leading to under-reporting CBI has disclosed that it has initiated a preliminary inquiry into loans granted by the country largest private lender ICICI Bank to Videocon Industries. After the disclosure of a 12,800 crore fraud at PNB, the CVC had summoned senior officials from the RBI, the Finance Ministry and the bank's Chief Vigilance Officer to understand how the fraud perpetrated went undetected for so long. et t a pu r and t stay is ch arded that


  7. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: CVC wants to keep an eve on Private banks (contd. Given the systemic risk such fraud poses for the economy, it is important that the CVC has a comprehensive view over corrupt practices in banks. RBI Governor said that the central bank should have more regulatory powers over public sector y hav banks The CVC has requested the PMO to consider empowering it to have an oversight on private a banks as well, and make the legislative changes to facilitate the same. reve he p laye Central Vigilance Commission (CVC ape an CVC was set up by the Government in 1964 on the recommendations of the Committee on CVC is a statutory body and derives its powers from the Central Vigilance Commission A It is conceived to be the apex vigilance institution, free of control from any executive authority causeb ferent Prevention of Corruption et t 2003 a pu rk and t stay It provides for monitoring of all vigilance activity under the Central Government and advising various authorities in Central Government organisations in planning, executing,reviewing and reforming their vigilance work Private sector banks, per se, do not fall in the ambit of Central Vigilance Commission leksa is ch arded that


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  9. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 7 Nation News: India is now world's second largest mobile phone producer: ICA India has become the second largest producer of mobile phones in the world after China, as per data shared by Indian Cellular Association. India accounted for l 1% of the global production in 2017 compared to 3% in 2014. y hav ph reve e With the rise in mobile phone production, imports of the devices in the country also laye reduced to less than halfin 2017-18 e The fast track task force (FTTF), a body under Ministry of Electronics and IT, has sete a hink h causeb ferent target to achieve around 500 million mobile phone production in India by 2019, with value estimated to be around USD 46 billion et t . The FTTF, which has members from industry and government, has set target to create a pu USD 8 bilion component manufacturing as result of growth in mobile phone production and create 1.5 million direct and indirect jobs by 2019. rk and t stay leksa is ch arded that


  10. want to he start National Electronics Policv i th The government is set to bring out a new policy to spur domestic electronics production by March 2018 in a bid to boost its flagship 'Make in India' programme and curb the country's trade deficit The Govt has set a target of net zero imports in electronics by 2020, and the new policy will . ime re focus not only on ramping up domestic production, but also on making India an export hub. . The MeiTy has release a draft policy by December 2017 that would outline a framework to he make India a global leader in product verticals such as medical and automotive electronics, besides mobile phone and consumer electronics. . The government had first unveiled an Electronics Manufacturing Policy in 2012, whiclh nt. included schemes such as Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme and electronic . The new policy is likely to take a re-look at the utility of these schemes which have either ended. . The working groups, including industry leaders, experts and MeitY officials, are focusing on development fund. or will expire soon nd individual product lines such as mobile handsets and related components, LED products, medical electronics, consumer electronics and automotive electronics (including electric vehicles). arded that


  11. want to he start Other groups have been tasked with framing a strategy for boosting solar photovoltaic cells, fabless chip design, electronic manufacturing services and products such as semiconductors. The working groups will hold consultation meetings and submit their recommendations by November 30, 2017. The revised policy will include "Horizontals focussed policy interventions-tariff structure, i th re infrastructure development, generation of intellectual property, promotion of export, he management of e-waste, skill development, as well as verticals specific policy directives- vision, mission and strategies, for the identified thrust areas." lay 92 Domestic consumption of electronic hardware in India was $63.6 billion in 2014-15. Imports a. stood at S36.9 billion, as per NITI Aayog. nt. LIn nd arded par een


  12. to Widows in different age groups face specific challenges pertaining to loss of adolescence, access to employment, skill development, property rights, shelter, access to healthcare etc. Further, it is indeed a matter of concern that we still have 1.94 lakh child widows despite the Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006 Along with the increasing number of widows, the attitude to widowhood is changing >The suppression of widow in the name of widowhood is gradually vanishing and widows are a th rc taking up jobs, attending functions and ceremonies and getting mainstreamed in the society. However there are pockets in the country where entering into widowhood still remains painful and humiliating to women than to a widower because of the discrimination, ritual sanctions of the society against widows [witch-hunting] lag e an .Widows in some areas still have limited freedom to marry, have insecure property rights, experience social restrictions on living arrangements, have restricted employment opportunities and also lack of social support. " .There is little understanding of the problems they face and the general schemes are not nd enough to cater to their problems and improve their condition. Further there is lack of data with regard to their economic conditions for the purpose of identification of the most vulnerable and marginalized groups among widows. While the census enumerates widows, credible analytical studies on status of widows are not available. oid


  13. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 10 News: Finance The work of the 15th Finance Commission may have come under a cloud over allegations panel gets long wish list that the terms of reference under which it operates may end up favouring northern States more than southern ones. y hav reve Many other inputs have come in the political spectrum: Fiscal deficit targets; A financial buffer against rising crude oil prices; Funds to deal with floods etc. laye hink h NCP chief Sharad Pawar, addressing larger questions of geo-economics and politics, wrote to the commission, that: ferent A financial buffer should be created to insulate the economy from the vagaries of rising a pur crude prices and closer integration into the global economy. The commission should take a dynamic view of its mandate and concentrate on measures that will enhance and accelerate national development rather than filling gaps in the State budgets. OLIse rk and t stay leksa is ch arded that


  14. want to te tartirsp Mames, heissp 2 but th The petition has said: While a public servant cannot practise as an advocate, legislators are practising in various courts which is a violation of Article 14 of the Constitution (equality before law). y hav pho he H laye reve Hence, allowing their practice in Courts would tantamount to conflict of interest' because it may allow the judges to feel beholden to them and to oblige them," according to the petition. The hearing on this petition is fixed for April 23 hink h causeb ferent et t a pu OLIse r and t stay is ch estha


  15. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 13 Business News: 'RBI examining PNB fraud for enforcement action With multiple agencies probing the alleged Rs. 13,000-crore fraud at the PNB, replying to an RTI query, the RBI said: he y hav It has conducted scrutiny and the matter is currently under examination for "enforcement action." It had been issuing necessary instructions to banks from time to time on a variety of issues of prudential supervisory concern, including the management of operational risks. A confidential circular on time-bound implementation and strengthening of SWIFT related operational controls was issued to public and private banks. pho reve he p laye hink h causeb ferent et t a pu OLIse - Further the scrutiny is conducted in the matter and is under examination for rk and t stay supervisory/enforcement action. leksa ch estha


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