"When in doubt, observe and ask questions. When certain, observe at length and ask many more questions."
Created this thread as a one stop solution for all members so that all the doubts wherein any conceptual clarification is required can be solved here.
😂😂😂 Not this I guess. I will be carrying face mask only. In Instructions it is written face mask/face cover
This looks much more better than face mask! 😂
There's clear cut instructions given in the Admit card in itself. They are asking students to compulsorily wear mask and put off it as when required for confirming your identity. No such words face cover is mentioned in it. Even carrying sanitizer isn't compulsory. One can carry transparent wali, choti si sanitizer ki bottle.
Point 18 mein hai ye mentioned (face cover)🧐
In Aug 2020, National Green Tribunal issued an order banning the farming of African catfish under which of the following act?
A.) Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
B.) Wildlife Protection Amendment Act, 2006.
C.) Environment Protection Act, 1986.
D.) None of the above.
Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M. Sivakumar Vs State of Tamil Nadu. The District Magistrate, Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu has informed the NGT that appropriate remedial action has been taken against illegal farming of carnivorous African catfish in the district. The farming of African catfish is banned under the Biological Diversity Act, 2020. The said farming involves feeding of chicken waste, egg waste etc. causing foul smell and water pollution.
Accordingly, the NGT disposed of the case.
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One more example of where "logics" Failed me was a question on "dwarasamudra" Probably in case 2020 or 2019..
I was like dwarasamudra sounds like gateway of India, so must be in maharasthra...
And boy,, I was soo wrong..
Not to say that logics don't help, but we can not rely on them 100%..
Kya pata meri hi kismat khraab hai, mere logics hi illogical hote hain shayd 🥵
Mistake in these is acceptable. But How to guess these qns if you don't know all provisions of scheme.
Which of the following are the objectives of 'National Nutrition Mission'?
1. To create awareness relating to malnutrition among pregnant women and lactating mothers.
2. To reduce the incidence of anaemia among young children, adolescent girls, and women.
3. To promote the consumption of millets, coarse cereals, and unpolished rice.
4. To promote the consumption of poultry eggs.
Select the correct answer using the code given below:
My confusion wud be b/w A and C
I think we can discount statement 4 considering that India has the maximum proportion of vegetarians in the world. Don't think any scheme can change such food habits.
However, what made you discount statement 3?
India has roughly 20 to 33% proportion of vegetarian population. Also egg is consumed by many people who don't eat non veg . NE states, coastal states, much higher proportion . govt also promotes egg consumption .remebr old sachin,sehwag,dravid advertisement of promoting egg by The National Egg Co-Ordination Co.
NNM targets to reduce stunting, under- nutrition, anemia (among young children, women and adolescent girls) and reduce low birth weight . It does not mention specifically to promote the consumption of millets, coarse cereals, and unpolished rice and poultry eggs. I left out 3 because they are not consumedwidespread especially in populous state of UP where there is highest malnutrition. answer is A (from official answer key UPSC CSE 2017 series A Q.23)