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Thursday, November 15, 2018

THE HINDU NEWSPAPER IMPORTANT ARTICLES 15.11.2018

General Knowledge 2018 Book Pdf Download

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Why Civil Services is a Dream Career

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Civil Services offer an attractive and challenging career to the ambitious, the aspiring and the talented. Indian civil services paves the way for becoming an IAS, IPS or IFS officer
The Indian civil services is considered as one of the premier services which paves the way for becoming an IAS, IPS or IFS officer. Civil Services offer an attractive and challenging career to the ambitious, the aspiring and the talented. The wide variety of jobs within the fold of the Civil Services have relatively greater sphere of authority and power than any other services in India.

The services encompass all one can aspire for: prestige, job security, salary package, opportunity of foreign tour, job satisfaction, etc.  Civil servants in one way decide the fate of the nation as the implementation of all developmental and other government policy rest with them. If we talk of prestige and respect this is the most prestigious and respectful job of India as it is a job which provides an opportunity to satisfy personal ambition as well as indulge in social welfare. The selection as civil servants is rigorous and only a handful is selected out of hundreds and thousands of aspirants every year. There is diversity of work- a wide variety of work is associated with civil services, like maintenance of law and order, developmental work, disaster management, representing India on international forum, administration, upliftment and empowerment of marginalised sections of society etc. 
 
There is a deep sense of job security as a civil servant cannot be fired easily. Once selected, a civil servant works till the age of 60 and is possible for him to get an extension. As far as salary package is concerned, the 6th pay commission has brought the salaries of the Civil Servants at par with those in the corporate sector. The facilities and amenities provided to an officer are excellent. A remarkable thing about civil services is that it provides opportunity to contribute effectively in the decision making process of country. The talented ones also get to represent the nation at world forums. A person who wants to participate closely in the process of building society and wants to bring about positive social change should definitely try to crack the IAS examination. 

The aspirants of Civil Services favour the top three services namely- IAS, IPS and IFS as these services hold within their fold the vast scope to use bestowed power to bring about socialtal development. Also, these services are much sought after as they are symbols of great power, social recognition and affluence.

IAS (Indian Administrative Services)
IAS officers are more popularly known as the policy makers & executors. Also, they are authorized to sign agreements on behalf of government., When they act at district level, they are known as district magistrates/collectors and are responsible for each and every affair of the district be it development, law and order, disaster management or anything else. At the secretariat level they perform as deputy secretary, joint secretary, secretary, principal secretary, cabinet secretary etc. IAS officers consider it to be a privilege to work as a district magistrate & principle secretaries to the Prime Minister or Chief Ministers of different states.

IPS (Indian Police Service)
A position which all IPS officer crave for is that of a superintendent of police, who are responsible for public safety and security, law and order, crime prevention & detention, traffic control etc. The IPS officers also offer their services to central police organizations like- CBI, CRPF, BSF etc.

IFS (Indian Foreign Service)

IFS deal with the external affairs that include diplomacy, trade and cultural relations. They are involved in the framing and implementation of foreign policy. The top most post given to an IFS officer is that of Ambassadors.

The analysis of the three top Civil Services show why a career in the Indian Civil Services is a rage among those who aspire to make their voices heard.



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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Daily Current Affairs, 14th November 2018

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1) World Diabetes Day: 14 November
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Monthly Mainstorming - October 2018

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The HINDU Notes – 14th November 2018

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📰 Sabarimala case: SC refuses to stay ruling

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THE HINDU NEWSPAPER IMPORTANT ARTICLES 14.11.2018

UPSC Indian Forest Service mains 2018 - Admit Card released - Download now

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Daily Current Affairs, 13th November 2018

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1) 7th RCEP Inter-Sessional Ministerial Meeting Concludes in Singapore
•The Union Minister for Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Suresh Prabhu, led the Indian delegation to the 7th RCEP Inter-Sessional Ministerial Meeting in Singapore.

•The Minister for Trade and Industry of Singapore Mr. Chan Chun Sing was the Chair of the meeting as Singapore is currently the Chair of ASEAN this year. The Ministerial Meeting was held in preparation for the 2nd RCEP Leaders Summit

2) 17th AEC Council Meeting Held in Singapore
•The 17th ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Council Meeting was held in Singapore as part of the 33rd ASEAN Summit and Related Summit Meetings.  The blueprint seeks sustained and long-term growth for the ASEAN region.

•The meeting was attended by the ASEAN Economic Ministers and AEC Ministers. They signed the ASEAN Agreement on e-Commerce, Concluded the ASEAN Trade in Services Agreement (ATISA) and Finalised the Fourth Protocol to Amend the ASEAN Comprehensive Investment Agreement (ACIA). 

3) PM Modi Inaugurates Projects Worth Over Rs 2,400 crore in Varanasi
•Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated to the nation several projects including two National Highways and an Inland Waterways Terminal on River Ganga at Varanasiin Uttar Pradesh. The total cost of these projects is 2413 crore rupees. The Prime Minister also received the country’s first container cargo transported on inland waterways from Kolkata.

•Mr Modi inaugurated an Inland Multi-Modal Terminal Port constructed at the cost of 207 crore rupees on river Ganga at Ramnagar in Varanasi. This is the first of the four Multi-Modal Terminals being constructed on National Waterways-I on River Ganga as part of the World Bank-aided Jal Marg Vikas project of the Inland Waterways Authority of India.

4) Power Minister inaugurates INSPIRE 2018 In New Delhi
•Mr R K Singh, Union Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy inaugurated the International Symposium to Promote Innovation & Research in Energy Efficiency (INSPIRE 2018) in New Delhi. This is the second edition of INSPIRE and is being organised by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) and the World Bank. The three-day symposium will focus on enhancing grid management, e-Mobility, financial instruments and technologies for energy efficiency in India.

5) Morocco & India Agree To Assist in Legal & Commercial Matters
•Morroco & India signed an agreement to further mutual legal assistance in Civil & Commercial Courts. Union Minister of Law & Justice and Electronics & IT, Sh. Ravi Shankar Prasad and his Moroccan Counterpart Mr Mohammed Auajjar, Minister of Justice were present on the occasion.

•The agreement will enhance co-operation in the service of summons, judicial documents, letters of request and the execution of judgments decrees and arbitral awards.

6) India and Morocco Sign Agreement On Mutual Legal Assistance
•India and Morocco have signed an agreement on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. The agreement will strengthen bilateral cooperation and enhance effectiveness and provide a broad legal framework for prevention, investigation, and prosecution of crimes. It was signed by Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju and Morocco Minister of Justice, Mohamed Aujjar in New Delhi. 

7) Indian-Indonesian Navy Bilateral Exercise ‘Samudra Shakti’ Begins
•The inaugural edition of Indian Navy -Indonesian Navy Bilateral Exercise ‘Samudra Shakti’ began at Surabaya, Indonesia. The Indian Naval Ship (INS) Rana of the Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam under the Eastern Naval Command arrived at the port of Surabaya to participate in the exercise.

8) ISPRL Signs MoU With ADNOC To Explore Storage of Crude Oil
•Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd (ISPRL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Abu Dhabi with the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) to explore the possibility of storing ADNOC crude oil at ISPRL’s underground oil storage facility at Padur in Karnataka, which has a 2.5 million tonne capacity.

•The MoU was signed by Abdulla Salem Al Dhaheri, Director of Marketing, Sales and Trading at ADNOC and Mr. HPS Ahuja CEO & MD ISPRL on the sidelines of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC).

9) Dr Debabhuson Borah Gets Munin Barkotoki Literary Award
•The prestigious Munin Barkotoki Literary Award 2018 in Assam has been given to young writer-critic Dr Debabhuson Borah for his book on literary criticism titled ‘Nirbochon’.

•The Munin Barkotoki Memorial Trust announced the annual Award instituted to encourage young and promising writers in Assamese. The award carries a cash prize of Rs 50,000 along with a citation and a plaque.

10) Satyarup Siddhanta Became 1st Indian To Climb Mt Giluwe
•Indian mountaineer Satyarup Siddhanta became the first Indian to climb Mt Giluwe, the second highest mountain in Papua New Guinea. Satyarup reached the summit of the mountain which is at an elevation of 4,367 metres. Satya now has scaled 5 of the 7 volcanic summits.

11) Lewis Hamilton Won Brazilian Grand Prix
•Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) won the Brazilian Grand Prix after Red Bull’s Max Verstappen lost the lead in a collision with backmarker Esteban Ocon (Force India). The incident dropped the Dutchman back to second place and although he came back at Hamilton, he could not quite catch him. Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari secured the third-place.



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