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Introduction: Officer's view: How to use News and Issues to Crack the Exam (in Hindi)
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Intro.of the course. The officer's advise and their strategy to qualify the exam and How this course would be useful in Aspirants entire preparation , this all have been discussed by Prakash Ingle in simplest manner.

Prakash Ingle
Faculty to UPSC CSE Since2014 6 yr teaching Experience PLUS Educator@ UPSC CSE BA,MA, MMCJ(Journalism NET(1st Attempt Given Mains&Inerview

Unacademy user
Good information sir basic science class upload chaiyyamoa ?
topic varunnund..pattunbathoke cheyyum
Jayesh JP
a year ago
ok sir Thank you waiting for yr valueble classes
Very nice initiative!! Sir, what r the sources u r referring from for the topics???
Prakash Ingle
a year ago
All available resources. But imp. thing is these lessons are made exclusively from the examination point of view. 👍
Mohammad Saif
a year ago
Obviously they will be from examination point of view. Sir, I mean to know that we will call this course as Daily Editorial Analysis or Daily News Analysis or what???
Prakash Ingle
a year ago
this is Daily News Analysis course but simultaneously we are conducting Issues Analysis course for mains perspective...Both are available by different names
Mohammad Saif
a year ago
  1. academy un UPSC 1. UPSCMains+Other Exam daily Question writing practice unacademy 2. Issue base question analysis with concrete Answer format 3. Healthy discussion with approach 4. Traditional and contemporary question 12,500 UPSC CSE Write like a Topper 140t in Essay&Pen Eplc Answers (BATCHI) would be cover Last date to apply is 12th Jl By-PRAKASH INGLE BREAKING NEWSISSUE ANALY SE


  3. Basic Pillars of UPSC Preparation: Officer's Advice A timetable and strategy IAS ET ,All d best A strong foundation and conceptual clarity Consolidation and revision Evaluation of Preparation Consistency Discussions and Answer writing Being Optimistic By-PRAKASH INGLE

  4. TRADITIONAL VS MODERN EDUCATION Static GS and Current GS Perfect study of General Study IAS Training Centre By-PRAKASH INGLE

  5. Consider the following statements: 1. Aadhaar card can be used as a proof of citizenship or domicile. 2. Once issued, Aadhaar number cannot be deactivated or omitted by the Issuing Authority. Which of the statements given above is/are correct? PRIV ACY (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2 Mains Q1) Supreme Court to decide on Aadhaar-privacy issue: Can your right over personal data be negotiated? Q.2)Is Aadhaar a breach of privacy? By-PRAKASH INGLE

  6. Lok Sabha has unanimously passed Constitution (123rd Amendment) Bill, 2017 Lok Sabha has unanimously passed Constitution (123rd Amendment) Bill, 2017 by two-third majority. The constitutional amendment bill seeks to arant National Commission on Backwardfaup Classes (NCBC) constitutional status at par with National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) and National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCSTs). National Commission for Backward Classes 2017

  7. Key Features of Bill Role of NCSC Constitutional status to NCBC Backward classes Role of NCSC: The Bill removes power of NCSC to examine matters related to backward classes. Currently, under Constitution NCSC has power to look into complaints and welfare measures with regard to Scheduled Castes (SCs), backward classes (OBCs) and Anglo- Indians. Composition and service conditions Constitutional status to NCBC: The Bill seeks to make NCBC Constitutional body by inserting new article 338B in constitution composition, mandate, functions and various officers of NCBC. Article 338B will give NCBC authority to examine complaints and welfare measures regarding socially and educationally backward classes Functions Powers of a civil court

  8. Backward classes: The Bill inserts article 342-A to empower President to specify socially and educationally backward classes in various states and union territories. He can do this in consultation with Governor of concerned state. However, law enacted by Parliament will be required if list of backward classes is to be amended Composition and service conditions:The Bill mentions that NCBC will comprise of five members appointed by President. Their tenure and conditions of service will also be decided by President through rules. NATIONAL Powers of a civil court: The Bill gives NCBC powers of civil court while investigating or inquiring into any complaints. These powers will include summoning people and examining them on oath, production of any document or public record and receiving evidence COMMISSION FOR BACKWARD CLASSES NCBC

  9. Functions: Bill defines following duties of NCBC (i) investigate and monitor safeguards provided to backward classes under Constitution and other laws are being implementec (ii) (inquire into specific complaints regarding violation of rights of backward classes and (iii) advise and make recommendations on socio- economic development of such classes. Union and State governments will consult NCBC on all major policy matters affecting socially and educationally backward classes. NCBC will be required to present annual reports to President on working of safeguards for backward classes. These reports will be tabled in Parliament and state legislative assemblies of concerned states

  10. Architect of lndian National Flag Pingali Venkayya: 141st birth anniversary of freedom fighter and designer , August 2, 2018. Pingali Venkayya, the man who designed the tricolour, was born on August 2,1876 Pingali Venkayya He was born on August 2, 1876 in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh and died in 1963. He was firm believer in Gandhian principles and ardent nationalist. He was also linguist, geolist and writer. At young age, he had served as soldier in British India Army in South Africa during Anglo Boer war in Africa. During his stint with British Amy he had metMahatama Gandhi in Africa. He was 19 when meeting took place and formed association Gandhiji which would last for more than 50 years. After his return from Africa, he had most of his time researching about farming and cultivating cotton. He even went on to study Sanskrit, Urdu and Japanese Anglo Vedic School in Lahore. Such credentials also had given him interesting titles like 'Japan Venkayya', 'Patti (cotton) Venkayya and Jhanda Venkayya. The Flag Man Joined the British Indian Army Was fluent in at 19 and served in the Anglo-Boer war in Africa, where including Urdu he first met Mahatma Gandhiand Japanese various languages, Had a doctorate in geology and was an expert on diamond mining which eamed him the nickname In 1921, Pingali presented a red and green flag Lala Hansraj of Jalandhar suggested adding a charkha' and Gandhip requesteda white stripe

  11. FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) has launched WOW (Wellness of Women) mobile app FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), the women's wing of Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has launched WOW (Wellness of Women) mobile application aimed at creating awareness on preventive healthcare for women across the country. WoW app WoW app is backed by Chennai-based Apollo Hospitals Group that offers access to renowned doctors and provides health tips. It provides easy to use platform that allows users to talk to doctors through video conferencing or connect with them via voice or email. It also allows users to upload clinical information such as reports, images and scans so that experts can provide opinion within stipulated time. The app gives emphasis on generating awareness and preventive measures along with providing international care treatment. FICCI FLO To get-her Dream FICCI FLO

  12. National Sports University Bill, 2017 Lok Sabha has passed National Sports University Bill, 2018 by voice vote to set upthe country's first National Sports RT T University in Imphal (west), Manipur that will provide sports education, research and coaching. The Bill replaces National TER rgd Rendendu Sports University Ordinance, 2018 promulgated by President in May 2018 to protect interests of students who already have been enrolled in National Sports University. (ETT ( forg )-T2018) National Sports University, Manipur The Bill establishes National Sports University in Manipur. It is mandated to promote sports education in areas of sports sciences, sports technology, sports management, and sports coaching. It will function as national training centre for select sports disciplines. The Bill empowers University to grant degrees, diplomas and certificates. It also allows Government to establish campuses and study centres in other parts of the country.

  13. Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) AIDB is regional inter-governmental organisation serving countries of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) in field of electronic media development. It was established in 1977 under auspices of UNESCO. It is hosted by Government of Malaysia and its secretariat is located in Kuala Lumpur. AIBD is mandated to achieve vibrant and cohesive electronic media environment in Asia-Pacific region through policy and resource development. Currently it has broadcasters from 26 full member countries, represented by 34 organisations and 67 Affiliate Members (organisations) and over 50 partners in Asia, Pacific, Europe, Africa, Arab States and North America. ao AIBD

  14. Facebook has launched "Digital Literacy Library" Social networking giant Facebook has launched "Digital Literacy Library" to help voung people build skills they need to safely enjoy online technology. The lessons can be found on Facebook's Safety Center as well as on Berkman Klein's Digital Literacy Resource Platform Digital Literacy Library Digital Literacy Library 8 Coeeene Production The ibrary is resource for educators looking to address digital literacy and help these young people build the skills they need to safely enjoy digital technology. It is a collection of lessons to help young people think critically and share thoughtfully online.

  15. There are 18 interactive lessons and videos have been developed in partnership with Youth and Media team at Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University for educators of youth aged 11 to 18. These lessons are in English language and Facebook is planning to launch these in additional 45 languages soon. These lessons are divided into themes such as privacy and reputation, identity exploration, security, safety and well-being and can be downloaded for free. They also represent voices o io-economiC f young people from diverse soc backgrounds, ethnicities, geographies, and educational levels.