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(Gujarati) Mock Test 3 MCQ for Dy.so/Dy.mam અને GPSC Class 1-2
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Lekh Patel
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Sir is this course made for UPSC or SSC ??
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Kunal Kumar
a year ago
ok sir thanks
Which online current affairs source do you recommend for gpsc class 1 2?
  1. for Dy.so/Dy.mal and GPSC class I-2


  2. PLEASE TRY TO SOLVE QUESTIONS YOURSELF BEFORE WATCHING SOLUTION


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  6. GANDHINAGAR TALUKA/TEHSIL MAP Mansa Sabar Kantha Mahesana Kalol Gandhinagar Aravali Dehgam Kheda Ahmedabad Legend District Boundary 0 1.5 3 12 Taluka/Tehsil Boundary Copyright 2015 www..mapsofindia.com (Last Updated on 2nd Sep 2015)


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  8. The city was first designed and implemented between 1965 and 1970 by two Indian town planners, H. K Mewada and P. M. Apte. At the time an influential group of architects from Ahmedabad, with the active support of certain industrialists, had tried to usurp the job by bringing in American architect Louis Kahn who was in Ahmedabad to design the buildings of the management institute. The state government, however, was determined to have the city designed by Indian town planners in the best traditions of Gujarat's rich heritage of town planning and principles of Mahatma Gandhi, who had his Ashram just south of the new site on the banks of the river Sabarmati. The government therefore persisted with its choice of the two men to plan the new capital Unlike Chandigarh, designed on barren lands with no sizeable existing human settlement nearby, the site of Gandhinagar is just 23km north of the flourishing city of Ahmedabad. In order to establish and maintain a separate identity for the new city, a surrounding area consisting of about 39 villages was brought under a Periphery Control Act (as in Chandigarh) that permitted new development of farm houses only. The area later constituted a separate administrative district of Gandhinagar.


  9. of architects from Ahmedabad, with the active support of certain industrialists, had tried to usurp the job by bringing in American architect Louis Kahn who was in Ahmedabad to design the buildings of the management institute The state government, however, was determined to have the city designed by Indian town planners in the best traditions of Gujarat's rich heritage of town planning and principles of Mahatma Gandhi, who had his Ashram just south of the new site on the banks of the river Sabarmati. The government therefore persisted with its choice of the two men to plan the new capital Unlike Chandigarh, designed on barren lands with no sizeable existing human settlement nearby, the site of Gandhinagar is just 23km north of the flourishing city of Ahmedabad. In order to establish and maintain a separate identity for the new city, a surrounding area consisting of about 39 villages was brought under a Periphery Control Act (as in Chandigarh) that permitted new development of farm houses only. The area later constituted a separate administrative district of Gandhinagar. The city is planned on the western bank of the river. Owing to constant military confrontation with Pakistan, whose borders are close to the city, a large military presence was required. The land acquired on the eastern bank, adjacent to national highway no.8, was therefore


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