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Global Human Development Index

Rishab Arora
Graduate in Economics. Gold medal in Dissertation, Prepared various documents on Demonetisation and GST, Share-trading and many more

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135 is correct answer , polygon k sare questions lga chuka hu , khi bhi diqqat nhi aayi , jaisa ki sir ne kha thode mains k question hai jo tough hai woh bhi jyada tough nhi the , i almost complete it , Thanks a lot sir
a year ago
can u explain the last one answr pls
Tarun Rohilla
a year ago
Look first of all we know the sides of polygon, so Exterior must be 360/8=45 then Interior must be 180-45 =135 In this way 135 is answer.hope you got it.
Harmeen J
a year ago
formula is (n-2)180/n ...isme put krdo n ko 8
Harmeen J
a year ago
ese nhi kr skte kyaa
Tarun Rohilla
a year ago
Answer will be same look ... n-2*180/n=6*180/8= 135 , try it , Yes you can use either of the identity
Harmeen J
a year ago
yup thnks
Pranay Deepak
a year ago
Tarun can u tell me from where did u finish all the questions? I mean which book?
kis book se type wise question mile.
Pranay Deepak
a year ago
Swimmi I am doing from kirans previous years
ok thanx
Tarun Rohilla
a year ago
you can't find typewise questions, I covered it from Kiran previous year questions, and I think it's more than enough
Tarun Rohilla
a year ago
you can't find typewise questions, I covered it from Kiran previous year questions, and I think it's more than enough.
Harmeen J
a year ago
yup kiran is sufficient frnd
Sujata K
9 months ago
I just want to start this topic...so mera ques h ki only 5 lesson krne se cmplt ho jayega kya??
1. India's Rank In All Indexes in 2017 Rishabh Arora

2. ASSOCIATION WITH UNACADEMY I. Stubble Burning In India 2. Monetary Policy 3. NCERT Indian ECONOMY Class th 4. Yojana Analysis of November and December 5. Basics of Polity 6. Daily Mc q's October,December 17 Rishabh Arora (TARGET- 2018 Prelims)

3. Global Human Capital Index: World Economic Forum The list compiled by Geneva-based World Economic Forum (WEF) takes into account"the knowledge and skills people possess that enable them to create value in the global economic system" to measure the 'human capital' rank of a country India was ranked 105th on this list last year, while Finland was on the top which has pushed by Norway to second place this year. The WEF said India is ranked lower than its BRICS peers, with Russian Federation placed as high as 16th place, followed by China at 34th, Brazil at 77th and South Africa at 87th place. Among the South Asian countries also, India was ranked lower than Sri Lanka and Nepal, although higher than neighbouring Bangladesh and Pakistan.

4. "India is held back by a number of factors, including low educational attainment (primary education attainment among 25 -54 year olds is 1 10th for example) and low deployment of its human capital, meaning the skills available are not getting put to good use'". The Report is laid down on 4 parameters- I. Capacity ( No. of workers) (Literacy and Numeracy) 2. Development (Education Enrollment, Gender in Enrollment) 3. Deployment ( No. of people in Primary , Secondary ,Tertiary) 4. Know-How ( Skilled Employment availibility)

5. The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation WORLD The Forum engages the foremost political, business and ECONOMICother leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. FORUM It was established in 1971 as a not-for-profit foundation and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. It is independent, impartial and not tied to any special interests. The Forum strives in all its efforts to demonstrate entrepreneurship in the global public interest while upholding the highest standards of governance. Moral and intellectual integrity is at the heart of everything it does.

6. The Global Gender Gap Report 2017

7. Released by WORLD FORUM . Moves to 108th place, behind neighbours China and Bangladesh, primarily due to less participation of women in the economy and low wages. India slipped 2l places on the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Global Gender Gap index to 108, behind neighbours China and Bangladesh, primarily due to less participation of women in the economy and low wages. . Others in the top 10 include Norway (2nd), Finland (3rd), Rwanda (4) and Sweden (5), Nicaragua (6) and Slovenia (7), Ireland (8), New Zealand (9) and the Philippines (10) . India's greatest challenges lie in the economic participation and opportunity pillar where the country is ranked 139 WEF said wel as weli as neatn and survival pila wnere the country's rar

8. World Population Report 2017: UN The World Population Prospects:The 2017 Revision' report released on Wednesday recorded two other dramatic facts: The fertility rate of Indians has more than halved over the last 50 years to 2.3 and Indians have added almost a decade to their life expectancy in the past 25 years, which is now nearly 69 years. The total fertility rate for India, measured as the number of children born to a woman, has fallen from 4.97 during 1975-80 to 2.3 for the current period of 2015-20. . . The current world population of 7.6 bn is projected to hit 8.6 bn by 2030, 9.8 bn in 2050 and 11.2 bn at the turn of the century 27% of girls in India are married before they turn 18.

9. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INDEX: IPR POLICY U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'S GLOBAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CENTER (GIPC). 2 7 1 INDIA'S POSITION 43 COUNTRIES SURVEYED- 45

10. The report said it includes 90% of global gross domestic product, and grades countries on patents, trademarks, copyright, trade secrets, enforcement, and international treaties. Only two countries were ranked below India Pakistan (44th) and Venezuela (45th). The U.S., the U.K., Germany, Japan, Sweden, France, Switzerland, Singapore, South Korea and Italy completed the top 10 ranks.Among the BRICS countries China was ranked 27th, South Africa (33rd), Brazil (32nd) and Russia (23rd). The report added, "While the Indian government issued the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy in 2016, IP-intensive industries continued to face challenges in the Indian market with regard to the scope of patentability for computer-implemented inventions, Section 3(d) of the Indian Patent Act (that prevents ever-greening of patents), and the recent High Court of Delhi decision regarding photocopying copyrighted content."