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IAS Main 2013:Important Topics for Social Issues

Nov 23, 2013 17:36 IST

    The IAS Main 2013 is  commencing from 2 December, 2013. The Scheme of Exam is recently notified by the UPSC. The IAS Main will be conducted on New Pattern. The Indian Society is an evolving society. There are various issues which cannot be categorized. Hence the Union Public Service Commission uses the term “Socio-Economic”.

    There are various issues which are interrelated and this should be mentioned in the writing in the candidates answer. The candidates should comprehend the total efforts done by the Governments as well  as private institutions so that a complete picture will be visible in his Answer.

    Following are some of the important topics which needs to be in the Mind of the candidates:

    Employment and Unemployment situation in Cities and Towns in India

    Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan for Reforming State Education System Approved by CCEA

    Union HRD Minister Inaugurated the National Workshop on Skilling India

    Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2013 Received President’s Assent

    The Waqf (Amendment) Bill, 2013 Received The Assent of the President of India

    Union Cabinet Approved Three Proposals of National Early Childhood Care & Education Policy

    The Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Second Amendment) Bill, 2013 Passed By Rajya Sabha

    Prime Minister of India Set up Committee to assess Status of Scheduled Tribes

    World Bank and India signed Agreement for Low income Housing Finance Project

    Cyber Crime Offenders of Younger Age Group Rising: National Crime Records Bureau

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