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The Telangana Public Service Commission chairman Ghanta Chakrapani said on 26th December, 2014 that the new notifications for Group 1 and Group 2 will be released after 6 months.
The following can be deduced from his speech -
- New notifications may be released in or after June, 2015
- Group 1 Prelims may be conducted around August-September, 2015
- Group 1 Mains may be conducted around December, 2015 - January, 2016
- Group 2 exams may be conducted around August-September, 2015
- The Group 1 and Group 2 exams will be conducted based on New Syllabus
- The New Syllabus may include - Telangana History, Telangana Goegraphy, Telangana Economy, Socioeconomic Problems in Telangana and Separate Telangana Movement.
- New Text books based on this syllabus may be released by April, 2015 (before the beginning of the next academic year)
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations comprehensively covers topics for the Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation section of competitive exams like management entrance exams, job recruitment exams etc.
Summary Of The Book
Competitive exams, whether they are conducted to select candidates for jobs, or for admission to post graduate and doctorate courses, test the numerical aptitude of the person taking the exam. These exams test a candidate's knowledge and skill in basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry etc. They also test the Quantitative Aptitude skills of the candidate. This book is divided into two sections. The first part covers arithmetical ability. The second part covers Data Interpretation. The first part begins by taking a look at Numbers, Average, Percentage, Decimal Fractions, H.C.F. and L.C.M., Square Roots and Cube Roots.
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations also covers Problems on Numbers and Ages, Simplification, Alligations, and Logarithms. Other topics discussed include Surds and Indices, Pipes and Cistern, Chain Rule, Boats and Streams, Simple and Compound Interests, Time and Work, Partnership, Problems on Trains, and Volume and Surface Area. This text also goes into Stocks and Shares, True Discount and Banker's Discount, Games of Skill, Races, Permutations and Combination, Series, Odd Man Out, Clocks, Heights and Distances, and Calendar. The Data Interpretation part covers Tabulation and various kinds of graphs like Bar, Pie and Line Graphs.
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations covers every aspect of the numerical ability section of many competitive tests. Numerous examples have been used throughout the book to illustrate the concepts and problem solving techniques. This book gives the students or candidates a good idea about the kind of questions asked in these exams.
About R. S. Aggarwal
R. S. Aggarwal writes books for competitive exams. Some of the other books written by this author are Senior Secondary School Mathematics for Class-12, Mathematics for Class-8 (Paperback), Mathematics for MBA Entrance Examinations (Fully Solved), A Modern Approach To Logical Reasoning, and A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning.
R. S. Aggarwal has written numerous books for students in school and for competitive exams. These book are known for their simple and accessible style. He studied at the Kirori Mal College, Delhi. After finishing his Master’s degree, he joined the Faculty of NAS College in Meerut. After completing his Doctorate from Delhi University, he became a Reader at NAS College. He opted for voluntary retirement in 2003.
|Publisher||S. Chand Publishing|
|Number of Pages||726 Pages|
Published in the year 2013, Indian Polity For Civil Services Examinations is a book that provides the readers with insight into important topics that need to be understood by students to clear the civil services examination.
Summary Of The Book
Indian Polity For Civil Services Examinations has been designed to meet the requirements of students preparing for civil service examinations. This book covers the entire syllabus, which civil service aspirants need to understand.
This book has been divided into 11 parts, which include Constitutional Framework, Central Government, System of Government, State Government, Constitutional Bodies, Union Territories And Special Areas, Local Government, Non-Constitutional Bodies, Other Constitutional Dimensions, Political Dynamics, and Working of the Constitution.
The first part of the book deals with the historical background of the constitution, and throws light on fundamental rights, fundamental duties, citizenship, and features of the constitution. The second part deals with the parliamentary system, emergency provisions, special provision for certain states, inter-state relations, and the current status of Jammu & Kashmir. The third part provides insight into the central government by explaining the roles of the President, Prime Minister, and Vice-President. In the fourth part, students are provided detailed information on the state government, explaining the role of the Chief Minister, Governor, state council of ministers, subordinate courts, and high court.
In the fifth part, the readers are provided insight into the Panchayati Raj as well as urban local governments. The sixth part deals with union territories, and scheduled, and tribal areas. In the seventh part, the author throws light on the constitutional bodies, which include the finance commission, election commission, advocate general of the state, special officer for linguistic minorities, national commission for SCs, national commission for STs, and union public service commission.
The eighth part of this book throws light on the planning commission, national human rights commission, state human rights commission, lokpal, and lokayuktas, central vigilance commission, and state information commission. In the ninth part, the readers are provided insight into public services, anti-defection law, tribunals, and special provisions for ST’s, Anglo-Indian’s, minorities, and BC’s. In the tenth part, the readers are also provided insight into national integration, foreign policy, pressure groups, political parties, and elections. The eleventh part deals with the national commission’s plan to examine the constitution’s working.
In this third edition, the author also provides 7 appendices at the end of the book. The appendices cover topics such as table of precedence, definitions under the constitution, constitutional amendments at a glance, subjects of union, state, and concurrent lists, articles of the constitution, and ministries/departments of the central government. This edition of Indian Polity For Civil Services also comes with updated UPSC preliminary, and main question papers as well.
About M. Laxmikanth
M. Laxmikanth is an author, and trainer.
Apart from this book, Laxmikanth has written Governance in India for UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination, Indian Polity, and Public Administration.
Laxmikanth completed his master’s degree from Osmania University in 1989. Following that, he started his own coaching academy, Laxmikanth’s IAS. Laxmikanth has a great deal of experience coaching civil service aspirants.
Authors present a comprehensive survey of the Indian Economy in terms of GDP growth, savings, investment and developments in various sectors like agriculture, industry and services. A contradiction observed in India is that while the reform process has resulted in boosting GDP growth, it has failed to yield acceleration in the process of poverty reduction and growth of employment.
A thorough revision of the book was necessitated by these rapid changes taking place in the Indian Economy. Readers will appreciate that economic scenarios, both at the global and national levels, have been changing continuously. It has been our endeavor to introduce new analysis by way of adding new section and revising existing chapters for a better understanding of the evolving problems and opportunities for the Indian Economy. A new chapter namely 'The Approach Paper to the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17)' has recently been added in the book.
|Authored By||Gaurav Datt, Ashwani Mahajan|
|Number of Pages||1068 Pages|
India's Struggle For Independence presents a detailed outlook on the struggle for Indian Independence in a new analytical framework.
Original Price : Rs.350/-
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Summary Of The Book
Designed for ardent history enthusiasts, India's Struggle For Independence is one of the most exhaustive and precise account of the struggle of Indian Independence ever written in the literary world. Written and edited by five expert authors, it presents a detailed outlook on one of the most important periods in Indian history.
The facts and details provided in this book have been gathered from oral and written sources, and various other primary sources have been used along with years of intense research. Written with a very concise approach, it is a one of a kind book that details the intricacies of the Indian Independence struggle.
The struggle for Indian Independence took a long time and was something that affected the whole country. Every state in the country boasted of some kind of revolt – minor or major during this period. Numerous revolutionaries throughout the country came together in their efforts to fight against the British rule and set their country free. Few of the chapters in the book are The Fight to Secure Press Freedom, Foundation of the Congress: The Myth, World War I and Indian Nationalism: The Ghadar, An Economic Critique of Colonialism, Peasant Movements and Uprisings after 1857, The Non-Cooperation Movement—1920-1922, The Gathering Storm-1927-1929, Civil Rebellions and Tribal Uprisings, and many more.
India's Struggle For Independence takes the reader on a journey across India as she was craving for her Independence. This book starts at the very first revolt of 1857 under the guidance of Mangal Pandey, from Rani Lakshmi Bai’s innate passion to free her country, Subhash Chandra Bose’s unmatched charisma and aggressive tactics, to Mahatma Gandhi’s famous civil disobedience and non-cooperation movement, to the final victory in 1947 when the British Raj finally came to an end.
The book reflects a coherent narrative as it incorporates the existing historiographical advances and yet provides an utterly new and clear view of this period in Indian history.
About The Authors
Bipan Chandra is an Indian author, and historian, who is an expert in political history and economics. He has authored numerous other books including Communalism: A Primer, The Epic Struggle, Freedom Struggle and many more. He has taught at the University of Delhi and Jawaharlal Nehru University. He has been associated with the University Grants Commission of New Delhi and been the Chairperson of the Centre for Historical Studies, JNU.
Dr. Mridula Mukherjee is an award-winning author who works with the Centre for Historical Studies at JNU. Her other books include Colonialising Agriculture, Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru, etc. She was the Director of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library.
Aditya Mukherjee’s other books include Imperialism, Nationalism And The Making Of The Indian Capitalist Class, and Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru, etc.
Sucheta Mahajan’s other book are Independence and Partition and RSS, School Texts And The Murder Of Mahatma Gandhi.
K N Panikkar is a famous Indian historian and author. His other famous books are Colonialism, Culture and Resistance, Globalization and Higher Education in India, Emerging Trends in Higher Education, etc. His name is largely associated with the "Marxist school". He has taught at both University of Delhi and Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Table of Contents
A Note on Style
2. Civil Rebellions and Tribal Uprisings
3. Peasant Movements and Uprisings after 1857
4. Foundation of the Congress: The Myth
5. Foundation of the Indian National Congress: The Reality
6. Socio-Religious Reforms and the National Awakening
7. An Economic Critique of Colonialism
8. The Fight to Secure Press Freedom
9. Propaganda in the Legislatures
10. The Swadeshi Movement-1903-1908
11. The Split in the Congress and the Rise of Revolutionary Terrorism
12. World War I and Indian Nationalism: The Ghadar
13. The Home Rule Movement and Its Fallout
14. Gandhiji's Early Career and Activism
15. The Non-Cooperation Movement—I920-1922
16. Peasant Movements and Nationalism in the 1920s
17. The Indian Working Class and the National Movement
18. The Struggles for Gurdwara Reform and Temple Entry
12. The Years of Stagnation—Svvarajists,No-Changers and Gandhiji
13. Bhagat Singh, Surya Sen and the Revolutionary Terrorists
14. The Gathering Storm-1927-1929
|Number of Pages||600 Pages|
ITEM NO.66 COURT NO.11 SECTION XIIA S U P R E M E C O U R T O F I N D I A RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS Petition(s) for Special Leave to Appeal (Civil) No(s).25157/2013 (From the judgement and order dated 26/07/2013 in WP No.2392/2013 of The HIGH COURT OF A.P AT HYDERABAD) ANDHRA PRADESH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Petitioner(s) VERSUS K PRASAD AND ANR. Respondent(s) (With appln(s) for exemption from filing c/c of the impugned Judgment,impleadment and prayer for interim relief )) WITH SLP(C) NO. 25209 of 2013 (With appln.for exemption fsrom filing c/c of the impugned order prayer for interim relief and office report) SLP(C) NO. 29716-29717 of 2013 (With office report) Date: 07/10/2013 These Petitions were called on for hearing today. CORAM : HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE H.L. GOKHALE HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE J. CHELAMESWAR For Petitioner(s) Mr. Shyam Divan, Sr.Adv. Mr. G. Vivekanand, Addv. Mrs. Anjani Aiyagari,Adv. Mr. P.P. Rao, Sr.Adv. Mr. Ram Lal Roy For Respondent(s) Mr. D. Mahesh Babu, Adv. Ms. Suchitra Hrangkhawl, Adv. Mr. Amjit Maqbool, Adv. Mr. Amit K. Nain, Adv. Mr. B. Ramakrishna Rao, Adv. Mr. G.N.Reddy,Adv. Mr.J. Sudhir, Adv. Mr. Siva Goda, Adv. Ms. Bina Madhavan, Adv. Mr. Shivendra Singh, Adv.for M/s. Lawyer'S Knit & Co. ...2/- :2: Mr. V.V.S. Rao, Sr.Adv. Mr. S. Ravi Kumar, Adv. Mr. Vijay Shree Pattnaik, Adv. Mr. M. Karibasaiah, Adv. Mr. Shekhar Kumar ,Adv Mr. S.Udaya Kumar Sagar, Adv. Ms. Bina Madhavan, Adv. Ms. Praseena E. Joseph, Adv. Mr. Shivendra Singh, Adv. Mr. Rahul Pandey, Adv.for M/S. Lawyer'S Knit & Co Mr. B. Adinarayana, Sr.Adv. Mr. B. Sridhar, Adv. UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following O R D E R Leave granted. The appeals are allowed in terms of the signed order. [ Usha Bhardwaj ] [ Sneh Lata Sharma ] A.R-cum-P.S. Court Master Signed order is placed on the file. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.9140 OF 2013 (Arising out of SLP (Civil) No.25157 of 2013) Andhra Pradesh Public Service .. Appellant(s) Commission Versus K. Prasad & Anr. .. Respondent(s) WITH CA.No.9141/2013 @ SLP(C) NO. 25209 of 2013 WITH CA.Nos.9142-9143/2013 @SLP(C) NO. 29716-29717 of 2013 O R D E R Leave granted. (1) Heard Mr. Shyam Divan learned senior counsel for the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission and learned counsel for original petitioners as well as the counsel for the intervenors. (2) The original petitioners raised the dispute regarding examination conducted by the appellant Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission for selection for the Grade-I Services in Andhra Pradesh. The examination was to be conducted in two parts, first the preliminary examination which was to be for 150 marks. The preliminary examination was of objective type wherein four choices were given and the candidates were to chose one of them and answer the same in OMR Sheet. Those who qualified in the first examination i.e. the preliminary examination were to be eligible to appear in the main examination. ..2/- :2: (3) After considering the reports of a couple of committees the High Court arrived at a decision wherein according to it the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission will have to revise the selection process in accordance with the answer arrived at by the expert committee, and issue proper orders. The High Court directed the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission to re-examine the whole issue and consult U.P.S.C.. (4) Being aggrieved, the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission filed this appeal. Even after whatever screening has been done earlier, we find the following six questions and there answers to be problematic. It is the specific case of the original petitioners that the key answers given by APPSC for six questions at Serial Nos.4, 43, 61, 62, 107 and 130 in "D" series are confusing. These questions did not have one clear answer and that being so it will be unfair to the candidates that the preliminary examination should be decided by including these six questions. By our order passed on the last date we asked Mr. Diwan to take instructions as to whether these problematic questions could be deleted. ...3/- :3: (5) Having heard learned counsel for the parties, we are of the view that these questions cannot be retained . That being so, the marks secured have to be recounted from the answer books written by all the candidates on the basis of 144 questions after deleting these six questions and their answers. Those who succeed after revaluation will be eligible for the main examination and the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission will hold the main examination de novo thereafter. On the basis of these 144 questions some new candidates may succeed or some candidates may fail. It will be the new list of candidates passing the examination of 144 marks who will take second main examination. (6) The appeals are allowed accordingly. ......................J. [H.L. GOKHALE ] ...................... [J. CHELAMESWAR] NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 07, 2013.
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