NCERT Geography

Migration| Types, Causes & Consequences – Chapter 2 Class 12 NCERT Geography

1. Choose the right answers of the following from the given options. (i) Which one of the following is the main reason for male migration in India? (a) Education (b) Business (c) Work and employment (d) Marriage (ii) Which one of the following states receives maximum number of immigrants? (a)

Government Schemes

Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan | Govt Scheme for UPSC, IAS

It is a scheme implemented by the Health Ministry to provide free health check-ups to pregnant women at government health centres and hospitals in both rural and urban areas. Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan (PMSMA) program aims to provide pregnant ladies free ante-natal services (ANC) and other required necessary treatments for free on the 9th of every month. Objectives Provide healthy life to the pregnant



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Exam Study Hacks

How to avoid burnout during UPSC, IAS preparation

In this article we will look at four amazing tips on how to avoid burnout when preparing for UPSC. Let me begin with an analogy –  have you ever pressed the front brake and throttle at the same time on your bike? You can relate this feeling within yourself, when

How to Build Self Belief for UPSC exam

Art & Culture

History and Origin of Sanskrit | Art, History Literature notes for UPSC IAS

Let’s get to know a little about Sanskrit: What is Sanskrit? It is an ancient language in Hinduism. It was used as a dialect by the old Indo-Aryans during the era of 2000 BCE. It is also called as Vedic Sanskrit, because of its origination during the vedic period. Vedic

Importance of Learning History

Modern History

Spread of Non-Cooperation Movement | Indian history for UPSC, IAS

Objective The main objective behind the non cooperation movement was to bring an end to the British rule in India. It was launched on 1st August 1920 by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He launched this campaign as a protest against the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre and Rowlatt Act. Brief note on:-