Home Page

History

  • Battle of Panipat

    Panipat is a city in Haryana that holds significant historic importance. It is 90 kms north of Delhi. The three battles fought here were key milestones in modern Indian History. The city is also...

  • The Vernacular Press Act

    The Vernacular Press Act was introduced on 14th March 1878 by then Governor Lord Lytton. Since Press was becoming powerful weapon and medium for raising feeling of Nationalism, Britishers wanted to take measure by...

  • 10 things you must know about Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu also known as The Nightingale of India, was an activist  during freedom struggle, poet, patriot, politician, orator and administrator. Handpicked Deals Amazon Today’s Lightning Deals Fruit Juices 20% off or more from Rs....

Do you have a Query on UPSC/MBA/GMAT. Please ASK A QUESTION HERE.

Geography

  • Aflatoxins and its Impact

    Aflatoxins are poisonous cancer causing chemicals which are born in soil, decaying vegetation, hay and grain. Improper storage of staple commodities such as cassava, chili peppers, corn, cotton seed, millet, peanuts, rice, sorghum, sunflower...

  • Points to Remember : NCERT class VII : Our Environment – Air – Chapter 4 air

    Air we take in while breathing is actually a mixture of many gases. Handpicked Deals Amazon Today’s Lightning Deals Fruit Juices 20% off or more from Rs. 44 – Amazon Logitech X300 Bluetooth Speaker...

  • CHAMPION OF THE MONTH CONTEST

    Every day for a month till 20 March 2016, we will be posting a question whoever answers the question can also ask the question to other members..and the chain of questions will continue. Lets ask...


Polity

  • Directive Principle of State Policy Directive-Principles-of-State-Policy

    Introduction – Directive Principle of State Policy :  The Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties are sections of the Constitution of India that prescribe the fundamental obligations of the State to...

    (0)

  • Objectives of Constitution of India

      The constitution of India was adopted on 26th November 1949 and came into effect on 26th January 1950. It lays down the framework for the governance of our nation. Our constitution is both...

    (0)

  • Directive Principles of State Policy

    The directive principles of state policy are guidelines which state and central government have to keep in mind while framing new laws and policies. They are not enforceable by any court of law. They...

    (0)


Economy

  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

    EBRD is an international finance institution which was formed in 1991. Sir Suma Chakabarti is the President of EBRD. It is a multilateral developmental investment bank. Incredibly, United States of America is the biggest...

  • Bank Rate

    Bank rate is the rate of interest which a central bank charges on the money borrowed (Loans) by commercial banks from the central bank. The bank rate is known by different names and different...

  • Money Bill

    What is Money Bill ? Money bill is nothing but the bill which is made by the legal constitution Lok Sabha and passed to the high ranked legal constitution Rajya Sabha for lucid information...

All Articles


Subscribe to Receive Our Latest
MBA/UPSC Articles

in your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Skip to toolbar