Monthly Archives: November 2018

Mineral Resources

Mineral Belts of India (1) North-Eastern Peninsular Belt: • It is the richest mineral belt of India. • Comprises of Chotanagpur plateau and Orissa plateau in Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orissa. • The Chhotanagpur plateau is known as the mineral heart land of India, also Ruhr of India. • It contains large quantities of coal, iron, manganese, mica, bauxite, Copper,

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गंगा, गंडक व घाघरा में डॉल्फिन समेत अन्य जलीय जीवों का सर्वेक्षण

राज्य की तीन नदियों में डॉल्फिन समेत अन्य जलीय जीवों का वैज्ञानिक सर्वेक्षण किया जा रहा। बिहार सरकार पहली बार बड़े स्तर पर गंगा की जैव विविधता को लेकर सर्वे करा रही है। इसमें वन विभाग के साथ ज्यूलॉजिकल सर्वे ऑफ इंडिया, तिलकामांझी भागलपुर विश्वविद्यालय के पर्यावरणविदें को कमान दी गई है। तीन भागों में बांट कर हो रहा सर्वेक्षण:

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The Chola Empire

The Cholas: The decline of the Pallavas in the 9th century  created  a political vacuum which was filled by the Cholas. BPSC 63rd Pre Question Vijayalaya Chola (846-907 AD): He was a vassal of the Pallavas. He captured Tanjore from the Pandyas and made it the capital of the Cholas. Aditya  I (871-907 AD): Extended the work of Vijayalaya by occupying the

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Five-Year Plans after the LPG Reforms

The Planning Commission was set up in March, 1950 by a Resolution of the Government of India. The economy of India is based on planning through its five-year plans. Five year plans are developed, executed and monitored by the Planning Commission (Prime Minister is the ex-official Chairman). Now the planning commission is being replaced by the NITI Ayog (National Institution

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Five-Year Plans before the LPG Reforms

In India the planned economic development begin in 1951 with the inception of first five year plan. The main motive of first five year plan was to improve the condition of agriculture in the country, because Agriculture is the backbone of the whole country. Second five year plan (based on Mahalanobis model) was dedicated to the industrial development. During this

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