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Current Affairs MCQ for UPSC Exams - 03 July 2020



Current Affairs MCQ for UPSC Exams - 03 July 2020


Q1. The Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) in its latest report records a mere six outbreaks/disease alerts across the country. Which of the following statements regarding the project stands true ?

1) Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) was launched by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in 2004 for a period upto March 2010 to strengthen/maintain decentralized laboratory based IT enabled disease surveillance system for epidemic prone diseases.
2) It also aims to monitor disease trends and to detect and respond to outbreaks in early rising phase through trained Rapid Response Team (RRTs).
3) Under IDSP data is collected on epidemic prone diseases on monthly basis on two specified reporting formats, namely “S” (suspected cases) and “P” (presumptive cases) only.

Options :

a) 1 & 2 only
b) 2 & 3 only
c) 1 & 3 only
d) all the above

Q2. Conside

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Current Affairs for IAS Exams - 03 July 2020


Current Affairs for IAS Exams - 03 July 2020

::NATIONAL::

Centrally protected sites to be opened for public from next week

  • Visitors to Centrally protected monuments, which will be reopened to the public from July 6, will have to wear masks, buy tickets online and not pose for any group photos, according to the Union Culture Ministry.
  • Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel announced on Thursday that all monuments protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) would be opened from July 6. 
  • Last month, the ASI had reopened 821 monuments that had places of worship after a decision by the Union Home Ministry. Now, all 3,691 monuments and sites of the ASI would reopen, subject to the rules of the Home and Health Ministries, the Minister said.
  • According to the standard operati
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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 3 July 2020 The grain mountain (Indian Express)




The grain mountain (Indian Express)



Mains Paper 2: Governance 
Prelims level: Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana
Mains level: Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these schemes

Context: 

  • Rice and wheat stocks in government granaries stood at 73.85 million tonnes (mt) as on April 1, 3.5 times the normative operational-cum-strategic reserve requirement for this date. 
  • Two months later, with the procurement of the new wheat crop, these inventories rose further to an all-time-high of over 97 mt. 
  • Against this background, and on top of the widespread distress unleashed by the COVID-19, there is a strong moral as well as economic case for offloading the excess grain lying with the Food Corporation of India.

Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana:

  • That’s what is being done through the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY). 
  • Under the scheme, over 80 crore people were being provided 5 kg of free grain per month during April-June. 
  • It has now been extended
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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 3 July 2020 Reforming India’s digital policy(The Hindu)




Reforming India’s digital policy(The Hindu)



Mains Paper 2:Governance 
Prelims level: Foreign direct investment
Mains level: Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors

Context: 

  • Competition for foreign investment is intensifying, spurred on by national campaigns to shift supply chains and the urgent necessity to reverse recessionary trends. 
  • Foreign direct investment (FDI) is falling and the immediate picture for many countries is not looking pretty. 
  • The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development just released its latest World Investment Report and projected that FDI to developing Asian economies could drop by as much as 45%. 

Digital services:

  • One sector that is expected to buckthis trend is digital services. 
  • Now more than ever, it is clear that digital services have become critical to every 21st century economy. 
  • Quite literally, digital services are filling gaps when national or global emergencies interrupt more traditional modes of commerce. 
  • Digital services enable acce
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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 3 July 2020 Promise and delivery: On India’s first COVID-19 vaccine(The Hindu)




Promise and delivery: On India’s first COVID-19 vaccine(The Hindu)



Mains Paper 2:Health 
Prelims level: COVAXIN
Mains level: Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health

Context: 

  • India’s first indigenous COVID-19 vaccine (COVAXIN) developed by a Hyderabad-based company in collaboration with the ICMR is all set to be tested on humans. 
  • The permission from the Drugs Controller General of India to carry out phase-1 and phase-2 human clinical trials was based on the safety and efficacy results of studies on mice, rats and rabbits. 
  • The phase-1 trial of the candidate vaccine using inactivated (killed) novel coronavirus will begin this month to test its safety. 
  • The virus used for developing the vaccine was isolated by the Pune-based National Institute of Virology from samples collected in India. 
  • Meanwhile, a Pune-based company is all set to manufacture two-three million doses of the University of Oxford vaccine if the results of its phase-1 clinical trial are encouraging. 
  • Results will be expected in the first week of
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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 3 July 2020 Lax on safety: On Nevveli and Vizag disasters (The Hindu)




Lax on safety: On Nevveli and Vizag disasters (The Hindu)



Mains Paper 2: Governance 
Prelims level: Neyveli thermal power station
Mains level: Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability

Context: 

  • Two deadly industrial disasters, in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, leading to the loss of at least eight lives and causing serious injuries to many, once again underscorethe value of safety protocols. 
  • In a boiler blast at the Neyveli thermal power station, 6 people were killed and a dozen workers suffered severe burns, while a toxic chemical leak at a pharmaceutical plant in Visakhapatnam led to 2 deaths immediately. 
  • These other recent disasters, also at a Neyveli have come at a stressful time when India is trying to find its feetin the midst of the pandemic. 

Strict regulation:

  • What happened in Neyveli on Wednesday is inexplicable, since the power producer had encountered a boiler furnace blowout only on May 7, and had ordered a review of its infrastructure and processes. 
  • Without meticulouscare, boilers are dangerous pieces of equ
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(The Gist of PIB) 3 DST institutes among top 30 Indian Institutions in Nature Index 2020 [JUNE-2020]



(The Gist of PIB) 3 DST institutes among top 30 Indian Institutions in Nature Index 2020

 [JUNE-2020]

 3 DST institutes among top 30 Indian Institutions in Nature Index 2020

In the recently-released Nature Index table 2020, India is placed twelfth globally in science research output. The top five positions have gone to the United States of America, China, Germany, United Kingdom and Japan.

What is the Nature Index?

  • The Nature Index is a database of author affiliation information collated from research articles published in an independently selected group of 82 high-quality science journals.
  • The database is compiled by Nature Research, a division of the international scientific publishing company Springer Nature that publishes academic journals. Nature Research’s flagship
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(The Gist of PIB) Joint Science Communication Forum to promote common policy and best practices  [JUNE-2020]



(The Gist of PIB) Joint Science Communication Forum to promote common policy and best practices

 [JUNE-2020]

Joint Science Communication Forum to promote common policy and best practices

  • The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has constituted a joint Science Communication Forum to facilitate interaction and coordination amongst various public sector science communication institutions and agencies.

Key highlights:

  • It is represented by senior officials from various central ministries and departments, including Agriculture, Health, Culture, Defense, Space, Atomic Energy, and Information and Broadcasting, in addition to Science and Technology.
  • The Forum would be served by a Secretariat at the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), Departm
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(The Gist of Science Reporter) Chenab Bridge –The Highest Bridge [JUNE-2020]



(The Gist of Science Reporter) Chenab Bridge –The Highest Bridge

 [JUNE-2020]


Chenab Bridge –The Highest Bridge

About:

  • Bridge length: 1,315 m or 4,314 ft
  • Bridge length includes 650 m or 2,130 ft long viaduct on the northern side
  • Arch length: 480 m or 1575 ft
  • Arch span: 467 m or 1,532 ft
  • Height above river bed: 359 m or 1,178 ft
  • Height above river surface: 322 m or 1,056 ft
  • 14 m-wide dual carriage way
  • 1.2 m-wide central verge

Extraordinary Features:

  • It is 35 metres taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
  • It is the seventh-largest arch-shaped bridge in the world.
  • It is partly in straight horizon and partly in curves.
  • It can withstand winds up to 260 kmph
  • Lifespan will be 120 years
  • It can handle speeds up to 100 k

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(The Gist of Kurukshetra) New Mandis Integrated with eNAM INDIA [JUNE-2020]



(The Gist of Kurukshetra) New Mandis Integrated with eNAM

INDIA [JUNE-2020]

New Mandis Integrated with eNAM

Introduction:

  • National Agriculture Market (eNAM), a pan-India electronic trading portal was launched on 14th April 2016, by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, with the aim of networking the existing Mandis on a common online market platform as “One Nation One Market” for agricultural commodities in India.

Scenarios of the National Agriculture Market:

  • 38 additional mandis were integrated with the eNAM platform, thus achieving a milestone of integration of 415 mandis as per the planned target. 38 Mandis integrated are in Madhya Pradesh (19), Telangana (10), Maharashtra (4) and One (1) each from Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Kerala & J & J&K. In a press r
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(GIST OF YOJANA) AIM: Fostering Innovation [June-2020]


(GIST OF YOJANA) AIM: Fostering Innovation

[June-2020]

AIM: Fostering Innovation

The Rise of Social Entrepreneurship:

  • Sustainable development is the practice of improving human life while protecting the environment. It is perhaps the most important and the most formidable long-term challenge that the world faces. Creative thinking has always been essential for improving national well-being.
  • New inventions and innovations in agriculture, mass production, transportation and communication during theIndustrial Revolution were largely responsible for proving Economist Thomas Malthus wrong, who predicted that
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(The Gist of PIB) Shobhana Narasimhan  [MAY-2020]



(The Gist of PIB) Shobhana Narasimhan

 [MAY-2020]

Shobhana Narasimhan

  • Professor Shobhana Narasimhan from the Theoretical Sciences Unit (TSU) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR).

About: 

  • It is an autonomous institute under the Department of Science and Technology, has been elected as an International Honorary Member to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
  • The American Academy of Arts and Sciences honors scholars and leaders who have distinguished themselves in the sciences, arts, humanities, and public life.
  • The list of previous International Honorary Members includes Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, and Nelson Mandela.


(The Gist of PIB) Portal on MSME Bank of Ideas, Innovation and Research

 [MAY-2020]

Portal on MSME Bank of Ideas, Innovation and Research

  • The Union Minister of MSME launched the Bank of Schemes, Ideas, Innovation, and Research portal (http://ideas.msme.gov.in/) on MSMEs.

About: 

  • The Portal gives access to all Schemes of Union, State, and UT Governments. It has the provision for uploading Ideas, Innovations, and Researches in the sector.
  • The portal has unique features of not only crowdsourcing of ideas, but also evaluation and rating the ideas by crowdsourcing. It can also facilitate the inflow of venture capital, foreign collaboration, etc.
  • Users who have an idea, innovation, or Research with him/her can share it on this platform which will be reviewed b

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(The Gist of PIB) Year of Awareness on Science and Health  [MAY-2020]



(The Gist of PIB) Year of Awareness on Science and Health

 [MAY-2020]

Year of Awareness on Science and Health

  • National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), Department of Science and Technology (DST) has launched a programme on health and risk communication ‘Year of Awareness on Science and Health (YASH)’ with focus on COVID-19. 

About: 

  • The programme is aimed at minimizing risks at all levels with the help of public communication and outreach activities, promoting public understanding of safety measures like personal sanitation and hygiene, physical distancing, maintaining desired collective behaviour and so on.
  • Under the programme, strategies have been worked out to involve academic, research, media, and voluntary organizatio
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Kiran Aggarwal Committee Report (2014) "Content & Duration of Induction Training of IAS Officers"




RECOMMENDATIONS OF KIRAN AGGARWAL COMMITTEE (2014)

(COMMITTEE TO REVIEW THE CONTENT AND DURATION OF INDUCTION TRAINING OF IAS OFFICERS)- I



(i) Overall approach to training: The Committee considers it important to articulate the broad philosophy that has guided its approach to Induction training. This essentially embraces three broad aspects, viz. Leadership Development Architecture, Competency Development of IAS officers, and Participant-centred Continuous Learning. However, in this debate and reassessment of the type of training and development to be provided to these officers over their career lifecycle, it is important to first highlight some pre-requisite changes that should ideally precede these decisions.

It is time for a refreshed, re-imagined purpose for the Indian civil services in the light of the profound changes that have taken place in the modern world. In this new era in India, where there is much complexity, volatility, division, rapid change and simmering discontent among large segments of society ; where some of the fundamental strengths – enduring institutions of quality – including the civil services themselves are under attack, there is also unbridled opportunity in a world transformed by technology a

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UPSC MAINS TOPIC WISE PAPER :  Geography


 

UPSC MAINS TOPIC WISE PAPER :  Geography  

Physical Geography :

1. Explain the factors responsible for the origin of ocean currents. How do they influence regional climates, fishing and navigation? (UPSC 2015)
2. How far do you agree that the behavior of the Indian monsoon has been changing due to humanizing landscapes? Discuss.(UPSC 2015)
3. Most of the unusual climatic happenings are explained as an outcome of the EI-Nino effect. Do you agree? (UPSC 2014)
4. Why are the world's fold mountain systems located along the margins of continents? Bring out the association between the global distribution of fold mountains and the earthquakes and volcanoes.(UPSC

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(VIDEO) Senkaku-Diaoyu Islands Dispute : Rajya Sabha TV Big Picture Debate


(VIDEO) Senkaku-Diaoyu Islands Dispute : Rajya Sabha TV Big Picture Debate

Topic of Discussion: Senkaku-Diaoyu Islands Dispute : Rajya Sabha TV Big Picture Debate

Expert Panel Name : 

  • Gurjit Singh, Former Ambassador.
  • Commander Abhijit Singh (Retd.), Head, Maritime Policy Initiative, ORF  
  • Srikanth Kondapalli, Professor, Center For East Asian Studies, JNU

Anchor- Frank Rausan Pereira

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(VIDEO) India - Pakistan Downgrade Ties : Rajya Sabha TV Big Picture Debate


(VIDEO) India - Pakistan Downgrade Ties : Rajya Sabha TV Big Picture Debate

Topic of Discussion: India - Pakistan Downgrade Ties : Rajya Sabha TV Big Picture Debate

Expert Panel Name : 

  • Maj. Gen. Ashwani Siwach (Retd.), Defence Expert
  • Jitendra Nath Misra, Former Ambassador  
  • Shakti Sinha, Foreign Affairs Expert

Anchor- Frank Rausan Pereira

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(The Gist of Kurukshetra) Draft National Policy for Women 2016 (with reference to women’s nutrition and health, the priority areas include): [MAY-2020]



(The Gist of Kurukshetra) Draft National Policy for Women 2016 (with reference to women’s nutrition and health, the priority areas include):

[MAY-2020]

Draft National Policy for Women 2016 (with reference to women’s nutrition and health, the priority areas include):

  • Lowering the soaring Maternal Mortality (MMR) and Infant Mortality (IMR) rates.
  • Increasing the outreach/capacity of ASHAs, ANMs and AWWs and that of the skilled home birth professionals in backward areas.
  • Organising special health camps for the prevention and treatment of diseases affecting pregnant women/nursing mothers (e.g. anaemia, undernutrition, etc.) and launching special drives for imparting nutrition health education.
  • Recognising women’s reproductive rights by formulation and implementation of gender specific health strategies.
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(GIST OF YOJANA) COVID-19: The Novel Threat  [May-2020]


(GIST OF YOJANA) COVID-19: The Novel Threat

 [May-2020]

COVID-19: The Novel Threat

Introduction:

  • The World is experiencing one of the greatest pandemic in history. Every day, many more are being added to that. In today’s world we have good healthcare facilities, advanced knowledge in science and various treatment modalities, but still how come a tiny particle of a few nanometers has really shaken all the powerful nations? Let us start from the basics to understand it better.

What are Viruses?

  • Viruses are on the borderline of living and dead beings. They are much tinier than bacteria. Their size ranges from 18 nm-400 nm, th
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Current Affairs MCQ for UPSC Exams - 02 July 2020



Current Affairs MCQ for UPSC Exams - 02 July 2020


Q1. The Environment Ministry has reconstituted the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) to include an expert from the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi, and a molecular biologist. Which of the following statements regarding the central zoo authority ( CZA ) stands true ?

1) The CZA is a statutory body established under the Wild Life (Protection) Act 1972 and tasked with regulating zoos across the country.
2) The authority lays down guidelines and prescribes rules under which animals may be transferred among zoos nationally and internationally.
3) The authority is chaired by the prime minister and consists of 10 members and a member-secretary.

Options :

a) 1 & 2 only
b) 2 & 3 only
c) 1 & 3 only
d) all the above

Q2. Which of the following protected areas comes under the Indian Rhino Vision 2020 programme aimed at attaining a population of at least 3000 greater one-horned rhinos in India

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Current Affairs for IAS Exams - 02 July 2020


Current Affairs for IAS Exams - 2 July 2020

::NATIONAL::

Centre designates 9 individuals as terrorists under UAPA act

  • Home Ministry has declared nine individuals as designated terrorists under provisions of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. They include Wadhawa Singh Babbar, a key leader of BabbarKhalsa International, Lakhbir Singh, a Pakistan-based Chief of terror organisation International Sikh Youth Federation and Ranjeet Singh of KhalistanZindabad Force.
  • Home Ministry said in a release that these individuals are involved in various acts of terrorism from across the border and from foreign soil. It said they have been relentless in their nefarious efforts of destabilizing the country, by trying to revive militancy in Punjab through their anti national activities and through their support to a
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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 2 July 2020 (Broadband, broad-based (Indian Express))




Broadband, broad-based (Indian Express)



Mains Paper 3:Science and Tech
Prelims level: Information and Communications Technology


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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 2 July 2020 (Delhi diktat (Indian Express))




Delhi diktat (Indian Express)



Mains Paper 2:Health 
Prelims level: WHO
Mains level: Healthcare infrastructure and related issues

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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 2 July 2020 (Undoing the damage (Indian Express))




Undoing the damage (Indian Express)



Mains Paper 2:International Relations
Prelims level: India China border settlement


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(GIST OF YOJANA) Industry 4.0 [June-2020]


(GIST OF YOJANA) Industry 4.0

[June-2020]

Industry 4.0

Introduction:

  • This transition is so compelling that it is being called Industry 4.0to represent the fourth revolution that has occurred in manufacturing.Industry 4.0 is signalling a change in the traditional manufacturing landscape.
  • Industry 4.0 encompassesthree technological trends drivingthis transformation: connectivity,intelligence and flexible automation.

Evolution process of industrial revolution:

  • The first industrial revolution came with the advent of mechanisation, steam power and water power.
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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 2 July 2020 (Who’s afraid of monetisation of the deficit? (The Hindu))




Who’s afraid of monetisation of the deficit? (The Hindu)



Mains Paper 3:Economy 
Prelims level: Public debt 


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THE GIST of Editorial for UPSC Exams : 2 July 2020 Selling space: On SpaceX's mission to space (The Hindu)




Selling space: On SpaceX's mission to space (The Hindu)



Mains Paper 3:Science and Tech 

Prelims level: 

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The Gist of PIB) Aarogyapath  [JUNE-2020]



(The Gist of PIB) Aarogyapath

 [JUNE-2020]

Aarogyapath

  • A CSIR National Healthcare Supply Chain Portal that aims to provide real-time availability of critical healthcare supplies has been launched.

About:

  • AarogyaPath would serve manufacturers, suppliers and customers.
  • The information platform named AarogyaPath with a vision of “providing a path which leads one on a journey towards Aarogya (healthy life)” was developed to address these challenges.

Key highlights:

  • This integrated public platform that provides single-point availability of key healthcare goodscan be helpful to customers in tackling a number of routinely experienced issues.
  • These issues include dependence on limited suppliers, time-consum
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(The Gist of PIB) Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence  [JUNE-2020]



(The Gist of PIB) Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence

 [JUNE-2020]

Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence

  • India joined the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI or Gee-Pay) as a founding member to support the responsible and human-centric development and use of AI.

About:

  • India joined the league of leading economies including USA, UK, EU, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Singapore to launch the GPAI.
  • GPAI is an international and multi-stakeholder initiative to guide the responsible development and use of AI, grounded in human rights, inclusion, diversity, innovation, and economic growth.
  • This is also a first initiative of its type for evolving better understanding of the c
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