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The lesson has topics like the women safety in the country, distribution of floods in the country, organic farming potential etc 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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happy new year sir be lated☺
Vaibhav Shivade
2 years ago
Same to You Amol sir. Thanku so much
Private companies involvement can bring biaseness in the judiciary system instead we should focus on technological intervention, Out of court settlement and lok adalats in each city or district etc
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
a valid point. But it might reduce corruption as well.
Naman Goyal
a year ago
mam for that we can make corruption laws stronger and whistleblowing law stronger
tq , mam . for GS wise discussing.
  1. JULY 2018 HINDU BASED MAINS QUESTIONS PRESENTED BY BHARGAVI VARDHAN


  2. Gs1 WHICH STATES OF INDIA ARE MORE PRONE TO FLOODING AND WHY? DISCUSS. The states falling within the periphery of "India Flood Prone Areas" are West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Assam, Bihar, Gujrat, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and panjab. The intense monsoon rains from southwest causes rivers like Brahmaputra, Ganga, Yamuna etc. to swell their banks, which in turn floods the adjacent areas. Over the past few decades, central India has become familiar with precipitation events like orrential rains and flash floods. /The major flood prone areas in India are the river banks and deltas of Ravi, Yamuna- ahibi, Gandak, Sutlei, Ganga, Ghaggar, Kosi, Teesta, Brahmaputra, Mahanadi, hananda, Damodar, Godavari, Mayurakshi, Sabarmati and their tributaries.


  3. WHY River basin Low lying region with large plain areas . Monsoon


  4. EVALUATE THE POTENTIAL OF INDIAN STATES IN TERMS OF ORGANIC AGRICULTURE. WHAT ARE SOME CHALLENGES e States having animal husbandry Awareness regarding organic farming, policy support by the state government Available market Transportation charges in order to reap the right benefits


  5. GS2 IT IS TIME THAT THE JUDICIARY AS AN INSTITUTION OPENS ITSELF TO THE SERVICES OF COMPETE IN EXTERNAL AGENCIES THAT CAN MANAGE AND ANALYSE THE DATA BETTER TO BUILD AND SUSTAINABLE THE INSTITUTION. DISCUSS. The primary measure of court efficiency has been case disposal rate The public perception of court performance and individual judges is based upon the number of cases pending before them


  6. WAYS TO IMPROVE e One ways to accelerate movement of cases by making case listing more Systematic The cause list should have cases method equally distributed by type and stage this can reduce the time taken for disposal of cases and Improve the efficiency at the same time Disposing of old and pending matters must be the priority at all levels


  7. GS3 THE PROPORTION OF POLLUTION LINKED DISEASES HAS GONE UP IN THE COUNTRY. COMMENT UPON INDIA'S READINESS TO TACKLE THIS ISSUE. e Particulate matter that exists as fine Dust in the air can lead to increased risk of Pulmonary disorders along with diabetes particularly in low income countries such as India India tops the list in terms of disability adjusted life years which measures years of healthy life lost due to pollution linked diabetes


  8. GS4-- HIGH PROPORTION OF GIRLS IN URBAN AND RURAL INDIA PERCEIVE TRAVELLING IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO BE UNSAFE. WHAT DOES THIS PERCEPTION TELL ABOUT THE MORAL FABRIC OF THE NATION.? It is still far away from gandhiji dream of a free woman at night The system of education e Addressing the safety in all times * Self defence courses integrated with education