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General Studies

प्रारंभिक परीक्षा : सामान्य अध्ययन (राज्यव्यवस्था) - भारतीय संविधान के स्रोत

Polity

राज्यव्यवस्था : भारतीय संविधान के स्त्रोत


हमारे संविधान के विशालतम होने के प्रमुख कारण।

  • संविधान निर्माता हर विषय को स्पष्टता के साथ रखना चाहते थे, ताकि भविष्य में विवाद कम हों।
  • भारत के संविधान में प्रांतों का संविधान भी शामिल है, जो इसे व्यापक बना देता है।
  • भारत में भाषायी बहुलता।
  • भारतीय समाज में अस्पष्यता, अनुसूची जाति / जनजाति से संबंधित परिस्थितियों ने संविधान की व्यापकता में योगदन दिया है।

प्रारंभिक परीक्षा : सामान्य अध्ययन (राज्यव्यवस्था) - भारतीय संविधान की विशेषताएं

Polity

राज्यव्यवस्था : भारतीय संविधान की विशेषतायें


भारतीय संविधान लिखित व निर्मित है। इसका वर्गीकरण हम निम्न प्रकार से कर सकते हैं:-

(अ) लिखित : USA, India
अलिखित : Britain

(ब) निर्मित :  USA, India
विकसित : Britain

(स) कठोर / अनम्य : USA

मिश्रण → भारत

लचीला / अनम्य : Britain


Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (4th January - 2017)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Who among the following is also known as “Kabir of the Deccan”.
a. Basava
b. Nimbarkacharya
c. Madhvacharya
d. Tukaram

प्रारंभिक परीक्षा : सामान्य अध्ययन (राज्यव्यवस्था) - संविधान का परिचय व वर्णन

Polity

राज्यव्यवस्था : भारत का संविधान


संविधान उन प्रावधानों का संग्रह है, जिसके आधार पर किसी देश का शासन चलाया जाता है।

राज्यव्यवस्था (Polity)


राज्यव्यवस्था संविधान का अनुप्रयोग है जब संविधान को किसी देश में लागू किया जाता है तो संविधान को लागू करने के क्रम में जो कानून सरकार के निर्णय और संस्थायें उभर कर सामने आती हैं उन्हे सामूहिक रूप से राज्यव्यवस्था कहते हैं।

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (31st December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. The Political Treatise of Amuktamalyamada in Telugu was written by:-
a. Harihar II
b. Dev Raja II
c. Krishna Devraya
d. Rama Raja

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (30th December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Who introduced ‘DuAspah’ & ‘SiteAspah’ system?
a. Shahjahan
b. Aurangzeb
c. Jehangir
d. Akbar

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (27th December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Who was the founder Mahayan sect of Buddhism?
a. Vasumitra
b. Nagarjuna
c. Rahul Bhadra
d. Asang

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (26th December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Which school of philosophy is also known as Lokayat?
a. Jaimini
b. Buddhism
c. Charvak
d. Bhagvatism

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (24th December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Consider the following statements and mark the option which is correct.
(i) Origin of Indian Music has been depicted from Sam Veda.
(ii) Sabha & Samiti are mentioned as twin daughters of Prajapati in Rig Veda.
(iii) Kshtriyas precedence over Brahamanas is decpited in Atreya Brahamana
a. i, & iii
b. i & ii
c. all of the above
d. none of the Above

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (23rd December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. A Seal depicting Mother Goddess with a plant growing from her womb has been found from:
a. Harappa
b. Kalibangan
c. Daimabad
d. Mohanjodaro

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (22nd December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Consider the following statements and mark the option which is incorrect.
(i) Only two of Ashoka’s inscription were written in Kharosthi script which were found in Mansehsa and Sahbajgarhi.
(ii) Dhandeva’s inscription of Pushyamitra describes about the Asvamegha Yajur performed by him.
(iii) Helioderus pillar inscription also called as Besnagar Garudadhivaj which describes about the cult of Panchvrishti Veera.
(iv) Girnar inscription was first inscription of Sanskrit Language about saka ruler Rudradaman I
a. i & ii
b. i & iv
c. all of the above
d. none of the above

Daily MCQs For IAS Prelims (21st December - 2016)

Civil Services Preliminary - 2017

Daily MCQs
(General Studies) Practice
MCQs

1. Which is not the feature of Puranas?
a. Sarg
b. Vansa
c. Chhanda
d. Manvantar

IAS Prelims 2016 : Solved Exam Papers, Analysis & Cutoff


General Studies : (Paper 1)

Section wise questions asked in Paper 1:


Geography 07
Polity 06
History + Culture 17
Science and Technology 11
Environment & Ecology 21
Economy 12
Current Affairs 26

How to prepare Environment and Ecology for IAS Prelims

Strategy to prepare Environment and Ecology for IAS

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Breakdown of Constitutional Machinery and its effects

IAS Mains General Studies Sample Answer

To ensure that the government of every state is carried on in accordance with the provisions of the constitution (Article 355) is a duty of the Union. So, the President is empowered to make a proclamation, when he is satisfied that the Government of a state can’t be carried on in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, either on the report of the Governor of the state or otherwise [Art 356 (i)]. The President may proclam also where any state has failed to comply with or to give effect to any directions given by the Union, in the exercise of its executive power to the state (Art. 356).

Regionalism and effects in Indian polity

IAS Mains General Studies Sample Answers

What is Regionalism and Effect in Indian Polity?

Tendency of people to feel more affinity to their territory, language, culture and social habits is called regionalism. The people living in a state have a negative feeling for the people of the other state. They given more importance to their own territorial region in comparison to other parts of the nation. We mean these feelings when we talk about regionalism. This tendency grows feelings of doing more and receiving more of the interest and development of own region. So, the feeling which accepts that the benefit of own state are supreme and the benefits of the other states of the same country can be ignored is called regionalism. Though it helps in development and growth of a region by its people but on the other hand, it also creates feelings of ignorance or neglecting towards other regions. It can heart all over development of country like India.

Right to Life & Personal Liberty. How Courts expanded its meaning?

IAS Mains General Studies Sample Answers

Right to Life & Personal Liberty. How Courts expanded its meaning?

'Right to life and personal liberty' as a fundamental right is provided by the constitution of India under Article 21. It guarantees that no person shall be deprived of his live and personal liberty except in accordance with the procedure established by law. Right to life and personal liberty is available to the citizens as well as non-citizens. Supreme Court opined that 'personal liberty' was held to mean only liberty relating to or concerning the person or body of the individual, in the famous Gopalan case. The Supreme Court has constantly expanded meaning and scope of Article - 21.

Role of Caste in Indian Politics

IAS Mains General Studies Sample Answers

Examine the Role of Caste in Indian Politics

Caste is a social phenomenon of Indian society. By participating in the modern political system, caste is now exposed to divisive influences and a new form of integration resulting from a new scheme of universalist-particularist relationships. Caste has gained an influential position in India politics.

On the one hand, a structure of divisions and accommodations, caste provides to politics. And on the other hand a cohesive element which absorbs tensions and frustrations. It becomes divisive when question arises of national unity. But regarding a locality or group matter, it gives a cohesive force by uniting people of a caste.

Political / Regional boundaries need to be co-terminus

IAS Mains General Studies Sample Answers

Topic: Do you agree with following statement - “Political boundaries and regional boundaries need to be co-terminus.”?

Frontier of states and countries are called boundaries. Political boundaries may expand to less or more than the regional boundaries. Regional boundary is a geographical concept of boundaries which divides areas of landmass.

While political boundary shows the area of administration under one government, demarcated either geographically or politically. It is said that while partitioning any country or state cultural gradient of the neighbouring population should also be observed. Unification of cultural integrity is required to maintain political boundary safely.