Current Affairs for IAS PCS Civil Services Exams : 16 February 2019

Current Affairs : 16 February 2019 Relevant articles from PIB: Paper 2 and 3: Topics Covered: e-governance- applications, models, successes, limitations, and potential. Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc.   LADIS – Least Available Depth Information System   What to study? For Prelims: About LADIS and IWAI. For Mains: Significance and potential of Inland…

Word of the day- Gibberish

Gibberish Meaning – Speech that doesn’t make sense; nonsensical words and phrases. Example – 1) The stranger sat on the bench speaking gibberish to himself.           2) Sometimes it sounds like the computer programmers are speaking in gibberish. I’m sure the code stands for something though. Etymology – This comes from the Scandanavian words gibe/gipa/gape, which refer to…

IAS batch Schedule of lectures Tuesday 19- February -2019

IAS batch Schedule of lectures Tuesday 19- February -2019 8:00 AM to 9:15 AM – Newspaper Reading 9:15 AM to 10:00 AM – Current Affairs & Presentations 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM – Modern History 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM – Contract 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM – Lunch Break and self Study 3:30 PM –…

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Current Affairs for IAS PCS Civil Services Exams : 13 February 2019

Current Affairs : 13 February 2019 Paper 2 and 3: Topics covered: Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. Disaster and disaster management.   Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP)   What to study? For Prelims: Key features of DRIP and states covered. For…

Word of the day – Dis

Dis Meaning – To insult someone (verb), or the insult itself (noun). Example – 1) Did you hear that? That guy dissed you ! 2) Don’t let me hear another dis out of your mouth, young man ! Etymology – ‘Dis’ is African-American slang, and comes from the word DISrespect. Krishna IAS An Academy to prepare for CLAT-Law Entrance Judicial Services Exams…

Word of the day- Dicey

Dicey Meaning – Risky, dangerous Example – 1) Getting into a fight with Tim is very dicey — he is a black belt in karate. Krishna IAS An Academy to prepare for CLAT-Law Entrance Judicial Services Exams & Civil Services: IAS-PCS-HCS-HAS SCO 161, CORNER SHOWROOM SECTOR 24D, Chandigarh 9988003622

Word of the day – Croak

Croak Meaning – To die Example – 1) Old man Douglas croaked last week. 2) After grandpa croaked, I inherited his pickup truck. Etymology – ‘Croak’ refers to the sound that some animals make when they die. Krishna IAS An Academy to prepare for CLAT-Law Entrance Judicial Services Exams & Civil Services: IAS-PCS-HCS-HAS SCO 161, CORNER SHOWROOM SECTOR 24D, Chandigarh 9988003622