भारत के राष्ट्रीय उत्सव

भारत के राष्ट्रीय उत्सव राष्ट्रीय त्यौहार वे त्यौहार हैं जो पूरे देश द्वारा मनाए जाते हैं। भारत में तीन राष्ट्रीय पर्व हैं। स्वतंत्रता दिवस गणतंत्र दिवस गांधी जयंती स्वतंत्रता दिवस: स्वतंत्रता दिवस हर साल 1 अगस्त को मनाया जाता है। वर्ष 1947 में आज ही के दिन हमारा देश ब्रिटिश शासन से मुक्त हुआ था। स्वतंत्रता दिवस का मुख्य समारोह दिल्ली के लाल किले में होता है। हमारे देश के प्रधानमंत्री राष्ट्रीय ध्वज फहराते हैं। वह झंडा फहराने के बाद राष्ट्र को संबोधित करते हैं। हम अपने सभी स्वतंत्रता सेनानियों को श्रद्धांजलि देते हैं। पूरे देश में समारोह भी आयोजित …

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National Festivals in India

NATIONAL FESTIVALS OF INDIA National festivals are the festivals that are celebrated by the entire nation. There are three national festivals in India. Independence day Republic day Gandhi Jayanti Independence Day: Independence Day is celebrated on August 1 every year. Our country became free from British rule on this day, in the year 1947. The main function of Independence Day is held at the red fort in Delhi. The prime minister of our country hoists the national flag. He /she address the nation after flag hoisting. We pay homage to all our freedom fighters. Functions are also held all over …

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Monuments in India

MONUMENTS IN INDIA   India is a nation that is well known for its wide range of Historical Monuments. The country is a beautiful amalgamation of diverse cultures, religions, traditions and customs. People call India ‘Sone Ki Chidiya’ as India is a land of beautiful ancient architecture that attracts people’s attention.  Historical Places of India represents the great achievement in art and architecture. These monuments were built by Indian Kings as a symbol of their glory in wars or to represent the beautiful cultural heritage of India. TAJ MAHAL: Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World …

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Impotance of Agriculture

IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE: Agriculture is the art or science of the production of crops and livestock on a farm. In economics, we use the term as relating to every aspect of cultivation. The main purpose of agriculture is to produce wage goods such as food grains, milk, vegetables, pulses, raw materials, etc. For decades, agriculture has been associated with the production of essential food crops. At present agriculture above and beyond farming includes forestry, dairy fruit, cultivation, poultry, beekeeping, mushroom, arbitrary, etc. Agriculture provides employment opportunities to a very large percentage of the population. Economic development attempted in successive five-year …

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Indian Religions

 INDIAN RELIGIONS India is the second-most populous country in the world. India is a secular state. People in the country follow many religions. India is the place for emerging of many religions in the world. Such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism etc. Apart from this other religions are not the birthplace of India but people of India follow such as Islam, Christianity. Hinduism is one of the largest religions in the world .it is the third largest religion in the world.in India, about 80% population follows Hinduism. Hindus worship many gods such as Lord Ganesh, Lord Brahma, lord Shiva, lord …

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Government and Politics

GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS GOVERNMENT POLITICS Ø  The government is a series of formal and informal institutions that come together to create and enforce public policy. Ø  Government is the one that enacts the laws, enforced and those who violate laws are punished. Ø  The government consists of the entire person’s, institutions and agencies through which the will of the country is expressed and carried out. Ø  The government gets its structured authority and power from the constitution. Ø  The government is relatively a smaller unit that includes only those who are employed to perform its functions. Ø  The government powers …

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Indian Political System

INDIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM Political system is a sub-system of the social  system and is often described as the legitimate order. The political system fall into three broad categories: the liberal democratic system, the totalitarian system, autocratic system. India has adopted liberal democratic system infused with the liberal principles of justice, equality and fraternity. Indian political system is democratic which means the people above the age 18 they are eligible to elect and select the government .they have right to vote without discrimination of caste, color, gender, education etc. Structure of Indian government consists of mainly three sections legislature, executive and …

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Types of Technology

TYPES OF TECHNOLOGY Technology is a sort of knowledge or skill used for employing and controlling factors of production which could lead to the output of product and services. In simple words we can describe the technology as working smartly with less effort and more productivity. Technology improves the efficiency of work as easy as possible. In the present world everything is surrounded with the technology.it connects the people all over the world.  People around the world are habituated to the cutting edge of technologies. There are several types of technology such as product technology, process technology, management technology etc. …

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The Union Public Service Commission

THE UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISION:   The Union Public Service Commission commonly known as UPSC.UPSC first established on the October 1, 1926 under the chairmanship of sir rose barker. The government of India act 1935 envisaged public service commission for Federation and Provisional Public Service Commission. On 26 January 1950 when the Indian constitution came into existence Federal Public Service Commission known as to be Union Public Service Commission.    it works under the recruitment agency for government of India for the group A and group B posts.it is a national wide competitive examination. Present chairperson is Pradeep Kumar Joshi. UPSC …

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