23 Jan, 2021
63 Min Read
|GS-I||Tribal issues||Social issues|
|GS-III||Cambridge Analytica and FB issue||Internal security|
|India’s new draft “Arctic policy”||Biodiversity & Environment|
|PT Pointer||UPSC Attempts for Civil Services?||Indian Polity|
|Bhashan Char Island||Physical Geography|
Sex ratio in STs
Literacy of Scheduled Tribes
List of Tribes in India
Central Bureau of Investigation
NCPOR (National Center for Polar and Ocean Research), Goa
India and Arctic Programmes
MOSAiC mission (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the study of Arctic Climate.)
UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (UPSC)
Article 315 to 323 of the Indian constitution provides for a permanent central recruiting agency to central government services called the UPSC. The commission shall consist of a chairman and 10 other members appointed by the President of India, their number, service and terms of conditions are to be determined by President of India.
The members of UPSC are provided with security of tenure and can be removed only as per conditions provided in the Constitution.
Functions of UPSC
Powers of UPSC
About Bhashan Char
How the island was formed?
The island was formed in the year 2006 by Himalayan silt.
A recent development by Bangladesh on Island
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