Sign up now
to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.
Daily News Analysis - July 6 (In Kannada)
297 plays

Detailed News Analysis of July 6 for KPSC EXAMS

Verified EDUCATOR @ Unacademy and Passionate Teacher.

Unacademy user
  1. DNA FOR KPSC EXAMS Presented by Shantagouda

  2. About me Engineering Graduate Cleared KAS 2014 UPSC CSE Mains 2017 . Former SAP ABAP Consultant at Wipr< - Former Excise Sub Inspector(ESI) RATE REVIEW RECOMMEND Follow me on :


  4. Allow gambling in sports but regulate it, says law panel 1. The Law Commission of India said that since it is impossible to stop illegal gambling, the only viable option left is to "regulate" gambling in sports 2. The commission, headed by former Supreme Court iudge Justice B.S. Chauhan 3. Recommended"cashless" gambling in sports as a means to increase revenue and deal a blow to unlawful gambling. (Lodha Committee) 4. The money generated can be used for public welfare activities sm The commission recommended a classificationof 'proper gambling' and 'small gambling.' Proper gambling would be for the rich who play for high stakes, while small gambling would be for the low-income groups. Transactions between gamblers and operators should be linked to their Aadhaar and PAN cards so that the government could keep an eye on them, the panel said 5. wie smal Proper gambling would be 6.

  5. Give legal backing to MSP: panel The Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices(CACP) recommended to bring out a legislation for MSP announcement This will give farmers the right to sell their produce at 1. 2. SP prices. Strong procurement operations need to be expanded to neglected regions, particularly eastern and north eastern regions 3.

  6. Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices(CACP) 1. CACP is a statutory panel under the Ministry of Agriculture, 2. It makes the recommendations for MSPs for 23 kharif and rabi crops. 3. Its suggestions are not binding on the government.

  7. Open Book Examination : Pros and Cons An open book examination is an exam given in a course where you are allowed to use certain resources during the test. 1. This usually includes a textbook and lecture notes, but some will allow consultation of internet sources as well. 2.

  8. 1. Pros Students are not required to engage in parroting of concepts, if they understand the concept they would answer correctly This will remove tension of examination which has become integral part of normal education system. It is highly likely that more and more students would continue their education as the passing percentage would go up. a) b) c) d) Less time spent studying. e) Makes Learning activity a student centered. f) Emphasize on problem-solving over memorization or rote calculation /Learning.

  9. 2. Demerits It's harder to tell if students have really learned the material, The students would stop studying and simply copy from the open book provided at the examination hall. Board examinations would lose their importance, Students generally take these open book subjects lightly and don't study them, a) b) c) d)

  10. Suggestions: Please Read Shri Ramchandra Guha's Article Published in Prajavani.