Friday, October 4, 2013

Revision notes for Civil Service aspirants

  1. A Sunil Kumar
Naxal problem and solutions. He provided structured coverage the origin of Naxal/Maoism/LWE movement, its present status and solutions.
  1. Ankur Gupta
Effects of Globalization on Indian Society.  He touched every aspect horizontally and Provides ready to use points if the essay related to Globalization is asked in Mains.
  1. Bharat Chaudhary
Important bills: food security, land acquisition, PFRDA, and real-estate: salient features, merits and demerits. Neat compilation, comes handy for quick revision-easy to read and remember.
  1. Karthik.R
REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLE ACT, 1951. He covered both salient feature and current issues related to this act, with coverage from Hindu. Should serve well, for an otherwise hard to find topic of GS2
  1. Manoj Hegde
White label ATMs and Islamic Banking. He made a layman friendly note on these two topics. Should serve well for even IBPS MCQs
  1. Nisha Vats
Resources distribution India and World. She tabulated the scattered information of metallic minerals found in India and abroad, from NCERT, NIOS and various books of World Geography.
  1. P.Bharath Kumar
Crisis Management from 2nd ARC- He summarized that lengthy report in 15 pages.
  1. Priyanka Chauhan
INCLUSIVE GROWTH and related points from 12th FYP. Should provide decent fodder points for GS3
  1. R.Aditya
INDIA Afghanistan. He made a pretty comprehensive and neat revision note. Provides holistic perspective and vital info. Should serve well for both mains and interview.
  1. Rahul Kumar
Transfer Pricing and safe harbor rules. He explained them in a layman friendly language.
  1. Ringthing Hongchui
Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways. Provided important points, distribution for them. If you continue updating this with newspaper articles, particularly economy section, then it'll become a killer revision note.
  1. Sikander Khan
Contribution of Thinkers from India and World. He provided 100 words notes for Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Voltaire, Rousseau, Ram Mohan Roy, Periyar, Vivekanand, Gandhi and Ambedkar. If you continue updating this file with more thinkers and more data, it becomes a killer revision note for GS4.
  1. Arjun Bopanna
HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA for GS Paper II. He gave a comprehensive coverage on Higher education related bills, bodies and issues.
  1. Arun Chettiar
SYRIA Surrender Your Chemical Weapons. He summarized the ongoing Syria chemical weapon crisis and India's stand on it.
  1. Arun Chettiar
Intellectual Property Rights(IP), Biopiracy and Breast Cancer. A nice compilation from TheHindu, Should help for GS3.
  1. Dharmendra
Irrigation. He gave quick points for each of Tank irrigation, Canal irrigation, Well and tube-well irrigation: their advantages and disadvantages
  1. Divya V Prabhu
NSEL CRISIS. She neatly summarized the crisis, and allied topics e.g. Share vs Commodity market. Should serve well for even for the IBPS MCQ and interviews.
  1. Dr. Devender Mittal
Linkages between development and spread of extremism. He briefly mentioned how various government polices (or the lack of it) creating the breeding ground for extremism and suggested the solution. If you continue updating this with current affairs- becomes killer revision note for mains + interview.
  1. Gurleen
Contribution of Thinkers from India and World. Gave the list of thinkers and allied points. Again Gurleen + Sikandar Khan +your own digging=killer revision note for GS4.
  1. Jayesh Nikam
Role of media and social networking sites in internal security. This is a newly added topic of GS3. He listed various cases in which Media was misused to stirrup internal trouble and how it can be used to fight naxals. Continue updating this file with current affairs- should serve well for both Mains + interview.
  1. Marudavanan.S
UNSC and Permanent seat for India. He discussed why India should get it and what points can be raised to oppose our entry.
  1. Mohith S Yadav
Current Affairs Compilation: May, June, July and Till September 25 from Hindu,
  1. Swagata Tarafdar
Economics of Animal rearing: challenges and remedies
  1. Vignesh Raja P
PIB Revision Notes. Mainly centered around health and sci-tech related topics.
  1. Vinay Kumar Thammi
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE. He gave the list of framework, definition, issues, and recent initiatives. should help in GS4
  1. Aditya Prasad
Groups and Agreement for IR. He made a neat table of 19 groups and agreements. You should continue updating this file with more regional groups and agreements=killer revision note for GS3.
  1. Akshay Ranjan Pathak
Disaster Management. Provided neat tables and points.
  1. Anam Singla
G20 SUMMIT. He listed the points about 2013 summit's outcomes.
  1. Bipin Chandra Upadhyay
RBI, functions, various banks and terms for getting new license. He gave the summery points for these topics
  1. Karan Rajpal
DAMODARAN REPORT on Regulatory Environment for doing Business in India. He summarized the major recommendations.
  1. Kaushik T.G.
India Sri Lanka-13th Amendment
  1. Lloyd D'souza
Corporate Social responsibility. He gave pros-cons-suggestions for this provision under Companies Act
  1. Manoj Ram Rajaram
social innovation, and inclusive growth
  1. Nikhil Sharma
Rupee depreciation. He summarized the causes and impacts of the weakened rupee. Nikhil Sharma
  1. Prateek Loonkar
Manufacturing Revolution – Need of the Hour.
  1. Sandeep Kumar Omre
Quantitative easing and its effect on World Economy. He summarized it in a layman friendly language.
  1. Shrey Khanna
Anti-Superstition Ordinance.
  1. Sumeet Wagh
Internal security-State non-state actor. New topic in GS3 syllabus. He discussed how state/non-state actors hurting India from three angles: Nepal-Bangla, Pak and China.
  1. Suthan S.P
Will India go back to 1991 situation? Suggest some measure to rescue the economy from its current state of economic turmoil. He provided points for this issue.
  1. S. Venkateswara Prasad
Agriculture – Some challenges in modern India. He provides overview of the obstacles faced by farmers.
  1. Sweety Gupta
GMO, Biotechnology Regulatory Authority Bill and some allied topics. Should help for GS3
  1. Varnim Goyal
Investment models. He gave brief overview of various models, their examples and limitations
  1. Vibhor Bacchan
Irrigation projects, schemes.
  1. VVN Pavan Kumar
Globalization and its effects on Indian society. He provided the negative and positive aspects.

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