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Prabhakar Jha
GS And GA faculty @ Mahendra's Coaching Institute. Teaching Polity, and international relations for 7 years

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Sir can you explain difference between conservative and labour party?!!
Prabhakar Jha
2 years ago
The difference is how to run the country. Conservatives believe in small government and free markets championing the idea that people’s lives shouldn’t be interfered with and citizens shouldn’t be controlled. Labour are inherently socialist although they have never enjoyed much success in government when projecting that socialism (new labour was not socialist) They believe the government should have a larger hand in people’s lives and that markets should not be free so as to limit loss.
Srikanth desu
2 years ago
Thank you very much sir for your kind information
Prabhakar Jha
2 years ago
welcome
  1. Revision Test for Prelims- lesson-1 Presented By-Prabhakar Jha


  2. About Me MA-Political science. Public speaker, Debater quizzer, cracked-MPSC, BPSC, SSC and Banking Exam Teaching Polity, and international relations for 6 years. Hobbies- Facebook, Debate, Politics Follow me-https://unacademy.com/user/prabhakarjZ Please do REVIEW,RATE,RECOMMEND & SHARE


  3. -1) Consider the following statements 1. Any common wealth citizen staying on work permit in United Kingdom, can vote for parliamentary election. 2. The Labor Party headed by Theresa may emerged as the single largest party in U.K General Election of 2017 -Which of the following statement/s is/are correct? a) 1 Only b) 2 Only c) Both 1 and 2 d) None of the above.


  4. ANSWER-A Citizens of U K, Ireland and common wealth nations are eligible for voting. -The conservative party headed by Theresa may emergeda single party


  5. 2) Which of the following are CORRECT about World Environment Day 1. The theme of 2017 was-"Connecting People to Nature". 2. Host nation for 2017 was Canada and it will be hosted by India in 2018 - Which of the following statement/s is/are correct? .a)1 Only .b)2Only -c)Both 1 and 2 d)None of the above.


  6. ANSWER-C "Connecting People to Nature", the theme for World Environment Day 2017, implored us to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to protect the Earth that we share 2017 was hosted by Canada India is the global host of 2018 World Environment Day which will take place on June 5, 2018 "Beat Plastic Pollution", the theme for World Environment 2018, urges governments, industry, communities and individuals to come together and explore sustainable alternatives and urgently reduce the production and excessive use of single-use plastic polluting our oceans, damaging marine life and threatening human health


  7. 3)Consider the following statements 1.India, Pakistan and Afghanistan were admitted as full members of SCO in Ufa Summit-2015 - 2.With full membership, India is likely to get greater access to major gas and oil exploration projects in Central Asia 3.2017-Summit was held in Astana with theme" One-Belt and one-road (OBOR)-A roadmap to economic Integration" Which of the following statement/s is/are correct? .a)Both 2 & 3 b)Both 1 & 3 -c)2 only d)Both 1 & 2


  8. ANSWER-C India and Pakistan were admitted as full members of SCO. -SCO is a Eurasian Political, economic and military organization will help the economic integration and the security issue among the member countries. 2017 SCO theme is "Future Energy"


  9. -4)Consider the following statements regarding AFSPA- Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act. 1. As per provisions, implementation of the act is not subject to judicial review. 2. Tripura was the first state to revoke AFSPA -Which of the following statement/s is/are correct? .a) 1Only b) 2 Only .c)Both 1 and 2 d)None of the above.


  10. ANSWER-A AFSPA as per the act provisions, is not subjected to Judicial review. But the actions committed as part of AFSPA came under the scanner of supreme court irn multiple instances -Punjab was the first state to revoke implementation of AFSPA


  11. ANSWER-C 2nd stage uses vikas engine which is based on licensed ersion of Viking engine -CE 20 is indigenous cryogenic engine developed by LPSE(Liquid propulsion system center)


  12. ANSWER-D Revolutionn Bla cks Blue Productiorn Petroleuim Fislh L eatherinon-conventionalTnlia Cocoa Honev Gollen Golden FiberTute Green Grey Pink Red Round S ilver S ilver fibei Fooi grain(Cereals, Wheat & eguimiinous plant) Fertiliz er PlnarimaceuticalndiaPiawin Me at Tormma to Potato EgPoultiy Cottonn White Milk Dairy n India-Operation Floo) Yellow Oil Seecds


  13. ANSWER-B -Amartya Sen talked about entitlements in the context of poor having no access to food during famines. He defines human development as people having choice and dignity.


  14. -9) The 90-90-90 strategy recently unveiled by a UN agency is a campaign to: .a) Combat terrorists groups and terrorism from the world b) Help end the AlDS epidemic c) Help in reducing malnutrition cases in developing countries d) Help end the gender discrimination and promote gender equality.


  15. ANSWER-B -By 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. By 2020, 90% of all people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral therapy. By 2020, 90% of all people receiving antiretroviral therapy will have viral suppression. It was unveiled by UNAIDS


  16. ANSWER-D MNCs or Multi-National corporations bring in new technology, employ workers, bring in foreign capital to bridge savings gap, and also adapt technology to adjust to local conditions.


  17. ANSWER-D Until early 2016, India's growth had been accelerating when growth in other countries was decelerating. But then the converse happened. The world economy embarked on a synchronous recovery, but India's GDP growth-and indeed a number of other indicators such as industrial production, credit, and investment- decelerated. There are five reasons for this First, India's monetary conditions decoupled from the rest of the world. Until the middle of 2016,real policy interest rates were following the global trend downwards. Since then, the downward drift has continued in most other countries, with rates falling. But in India, for the same period, average real interest rates increased. This tightening of monetary conditions contributed to the divergence in economic activity in two ways. First, it depressed consumption and investment compared to that in other countries. Second, it attracted capital inflows especially into debt instruments, which caused the increase in demand for rupee and consequently rupee appreciates which causes dampening of exports. The second and third factors were one-off policy actions: Demonetization and GST. Demonetization temporarily reduced demand and hampered production, especially in the informal sector, which transacts mainly in cash. On the other hand, GST was introduced, affecting supply chains. The fourth factor exerting a drag on the Indian economy was the TBS challenge. This has been a drag for some time and its effects have cumulated as the non-performing assets have increased, the financial situation of stressed firms and banks have steadily worsened. This has reduced investment and consequently economic activity and, hence growth. The final factor was oil prices increase since 2017.It is estimated that a $10 per barrel increase in the price of oil reduces growth by 0.2-0.3 percentage points, increases WPI inflation by about 1.7 percentage points and worsens the CAD by about $9-10 billion dollars.


  18. -14) The economic survey points to the following anomaly a) Elevated stock prices and bond prices -b) Formalization of work iorce c) Expansion of tax base -d) Both A and B


  19. -16) The economic survey argues about shift from crony socialism to stigmatized capitalism in what context: -a) Exit problem or the Chakravyuha challenge -b) Willful defaulters c) Growing Non-performing assets .d) Laggard PSUs


  20. ANSWER-C Openness is defined as exports + imports as a percentage of GDP. That is the more the state is connected to the outside world or with neighbours the higher is the state GDIP.


  21. -19) Which of the following is not true with respect to operation swarn: - a)It will have effect on punctuality of trains -b)It will lead to faster speeds of trains -c)It will redefine coach interiors -d)It will enhance security and ride quality


  22. ANSWER-C -It is only for augmentation of infrastructure. There are separate schemes such as RISE for education and PMSS for healthcare. NIIF only covers problems of infrastructure finance where there is shortfall. That is need is estimated at around $4.5 trillion whereas estimated resource is only pegged at $3.9 trillion.


  23. ANSWER-C -it has been launched by SAIL to boost consumption of steel in rural India. This will result in better durability of assets created and also make them more prone to handle severe events through housing of better quality. It is aimed at encouraging steel consumption in rural areas