Insights Revision Plan for Prelims 2016: Test – 10

Insights Revision Plan for Prelims 2016: Test – 10 TIMETABLE 14 June 2016 Questions Based on Day – 10 Syllabus NOTE: Eventually we will cover all left out chapters/books in coming days. Please Read before you Proceed to Take Today’s Test: Hope you have completed yesterday’s targets and now ready to give this test. Please note that …

Insights into Editorial: Understanding bitcoins and blockchain

Insights into Editorial: Understanding bitcoins and blockchain 14 June 2016 Article Link With countries like China and India trying to regulate the sale of bitcoins and their issuance through blockchain, more people including netizens seem to have become interested in the technology. However, not many including bankers are aware of the technology and their implications …

Insights Daily Current Events, 14 June 2016

Insights Daily Current Events, 14 June 2016   Paper 2 Topic: Separation of powers between various organs dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions.   President declines assent to Delhi govt’s bill on appointment of parliamentary secretaries   President Pranab Mukherjee has rejected a bill passed by the Delhi assembly last year seeking to exempt 21 AAP …

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 14 June 2016

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 14 June  2016 Archives – Secure 2016 Click on EACH question to post/read  answers. PRELIMS REVISION PROGRAM TIMETABLE (CLICK HERE) Prelims Revision Tests General Studies – 1; Topic: Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities, issues 1) Critically assess …

6) In recent months, lone wolf terrorist attacks are increasing in their frequency around the world. Examine their causes and suggest how India should prepare itself to avoid such attacks.

Topic: Role of external state and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security. 6) In recent months, lone wolf terrorist attacks are increasing in their frequency around the world. Examine their causes and suggest how India should prepare itself to avoid such attacks. (200 Words) The Hindu IDSA

4) Do you think India is an ‘outlier’ to the non-proliferation regime? Critically comment on India’s non-proliferation record and examine how it can effectively use diplomacy to gain NSG membership.

Topic: Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests 4) Do you think India is an ‘outlier’ to the non-proliferation regime? Critically comment on India’s non-proliferation record and examine how it can effectively use diplomacy to gain NSG membership. (200 Words) The Hindu

2) In India, government’s healthcare spending is inadequate to provide health services to all its citizens. Do you think it should be made compulsory for private hospitals to dedicate a part of their services to poor people as it was recently done in Delhi? Critically discuss.

Topic:Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, 2) In India, government’s healthcare spending is inadequate to provide health services to all its citizens. Do you think it should be made compulsory for private hospitals to dedicate a part of their services to poor people as it was recently done in Delhi? …

Topper’s Notes: Nitin Sangwan, Rank – 28, UPSC Civil Services Exam 2015

Topper’s Notes Nitin Sangwan, Rank – 28, UPSC Civil Services Exam 2015 Following are the links to notes shared by Nitin Sangwan with Insights. They are very useful for last minute revision. Hope you find them useful. On behalf of you we thank Nitin. If you have any queries, please comment on his Blog (Click …

Insights into Editorial: One institution at a time

Insights into Editorial: One institution at a time 13 June 2016 Article Link The National Green Tribunal, enacted by Parliament in 2010, seems to have caught the attention of the new government because of its unusual effectiveness. NGT has in the short term since its establishment strongly influenced environmental litigation in India. Unlike its predecessor …