UPSC CSE 2024 Preliminary Questions, but Municipalities, I Inter-State Relationship

Question 4:Which of the following statements are correct about the Constitution of India? Select the answer using the code given below:(a) 1 and 2 only(b) 2 and 3 only(c) 1 and 3 only(d) 1, 2 and 3 Answer: (d) 1, 2 and 3 Explanation:Statement 1 is correct. Powers of the Municipalities are given in Part […]

UPSC CSE 2024 Preliminary Questions, but Municipalities, I Inter-State Relationship Read More »

Delimitation Commission, 71st amendment, Political party leaders

Answer: (c) Three Explanation: While I don’t have definitive information up to December 2023, based on historical data, India has had three Delimitation Commissions set up in the past – in 1952, 1963, and 2002. Unless there was a new commission established between my last update in 2023 and December 2023, the answer is likely

Delimitation Commission, 71st amendment, Political party leaders Read More »

Understanding the Indian Parliament: When Do Bills Lapse?

UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2024. Paper 1, June 16 2024 Question: With reference to the Indian Parliament, consider the following statements: Which of the statements given above is/are correct?(a) 1 only(b) 1 and 2(c) 2 and 3(d) 3 only Correct Answer: (b) 1 and 2 Explanation: To understand why option (b) is correct, let’s

Understanding the Indian Parliament: When Do Bills Lapse? Read More »

Understanding the Role of the Lok Sabha Speaker During a Removal Resolution

UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2024. Paper 1, June 16 2024 In the complex world of Indian parliamentary procedures, there are many nuances that can be confusing. Today, let’s tackle a question about the Speaker of the Lok Sabha and clarify some misconceptions. Here’s a question that often comes up: QUESTION With reference to the

Understanding the Role of the Lok Sabha Speaker During a Removal Resolution Read More »

Understanding India’s Apple Imports and GM Food Regulations

UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2024. Paper 1, June 16 2024 The Question: Consider the following statements:Statement-I:India does not import apples from the United States of America. Statement-II:In India, the law prohibits the import of Genetically Modified food without the approval of the competent authority. Which one of the following is correct in respect of

Understanding India’s Apple Imports and GM Food Regulations Read More »

Understanding the Sahel Region: Instability and Political Upheaval

UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2024. Paper 1, June 16 2024 Question Consider the following statements: Statement-I:There is instability and worsening security situation in the Sahel region. Statement-II:There have been military takeovers/coups d’état in several countries of the Sahel region in the recent past. Which one of the following is correct in respect of the

Understanding the Sahel Region: Instability and Political Upheaval Read More »

RBE No.47/2024 Upper Age limit for selection to the post of J.E./P. Way against 20% LDCE Quota under Civil Engineering Department No. E(NG)I/2023/PM5/3(E-3434435), dated 17.05.2024

Important Update: New Upper Age Limit for JE/P. Way Selection Against 20% LDCE Quota

Railway Board Announces Revised Upper Age Limit for JE/P. Way Selection Under LDCE Quota Introduction In a recent circular (RBE No. 47/2024 dated 17.05.2024), the Railway Board has announced a significant update regarding the upper age limit for selection to the post of Junior Engineer/Permanent Way (JE/P. Way) against the 20% Limited Departmental Competitive Examination

Important Update: New Upper Age Limit for JE/P. Way Selection Against 20% LDCE Quota Read More »

Disposal of the pending cases pertaining to “Retired but PPO not issued” and “family pension cases” shown on HOO Dashboard of concerned office on Bhavishya Portal,12/5/2024-EC 7/ 214 (हि.), 12/5/2024-EC 7/ 234 (हि.)

CPWD Urgently Tackles Massive Backlog of 255 Pending Retirement and Family Pension Cases

CPWD Launches Urgent Mission to Clear Mammoth Backlog of 255 Pending Retirement and Family Pension Cases The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) is sounding alarm bells over a massive backlog of 255 pending cases related to officials who have retired but not received their Pension Payment Orders (PPOs), and family pension cases. In a bid

CPWD Urgently Tackles Massive Backlog of 255 Pending Retirement and Family Pension Cases Read More »

Financial assistance under Staff Benefit Fund(SBF) to the Railway employees suffering from serious ailments like Cancer, Kidney damage, HIV/AIDS, Liver Disease

Govt Clarifies Financial Aid for Railway Staff with Serious Illnesses – A Relief for Many

Railway Board’s Compassionate Move Brings Hope for Ailing Staff and their Families For railway employees waging a difficult battle against life-threatening ailments, a recent clarification from the Railway Board has brought a much-needed ray of hope. The Board has addressed concerns raised by the National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR), paving the way for railway

Govt Clarifies Financial Aid for Railway Staff with Serious Illnesses – A Relief for Many Read More »

Uniform and Protective gears for shunting staff (Pointsman. Gateman, Cabinman & Leverman) of Operating Dept. No.2017/Transf.cell/Civil/03 dated 05.02.2018

New Railway Board Guidelines on Uniforms and Protective Gear for Shunting Staff – A Comprehensive Overview

Comprehensive Guidelines by Railway Board on Uniforms and Protective Gear for Shunting Staff In a move to enhance the safety and working conditions of shunting staff across Indian Railways, the Railway Board has issued a comprehensive circular (No. 2023/TT-1/76/Misc/1 dated 17.05.2024) outlining the uniform and protective gear requirements for points men, gatemen, cabin men, and

New Railway Board Guidelines on Uniforms and Protective Gear for Shunting Staff – A Comprehensive Overview Read More »

Scroll to Top