Q.) What is e-governance? Discuss the position of e-governance implementation in Bihar? (65th BPSC/2020)


Ans– The e-Governance situation in India has made considerable progress, what’s more, isn’t simply restricted to the computerization of government workplaces. India is currently one of the main nations wandering into e-Governance. The concentrate currently is on stretching out the scope of administration to have significant sway on individuals at large. World Bank defines e-governance …

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Q.) Critically examine the evolution of Indian nationalism since the late 19th century? (64th BPSC/2019)

Indian nationalism

Ans– Indian patriotism in the nineteenth century emerged to address the difficulty of foreign domination. We talk about Indian nationalism. The actual states of British rule help the development of patriotism among the Indian people. English rule helped the development of patriotism among the Indians through immediate and backhanded results which gave the material and …

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Q.) What were the causes of the revolt of 1857? What effect did it have on Bihar? (65 BPSC/2020)

revolt of 1857

Ans– The revolt of 1857 was a result of the character and arrangements of provincial rule. The reasons for the revolt of 1857 like other earlier emerging rose out of all parts economic, political, regulatory, and socio-religious of the everyday presence of Indians faced by all segments and classes. Economic causes– The colonial arrangements of …

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Q.) What is the significance of cooperative insurance economic development of a country? Discuss the challenges faced by Cooperative in India and the steps taken by government to strengthen the Cooperative movement. (52 BPSC/2009)


Ans- According to International Labour Organization, a cooperatives society is the independent association of people united willfully to meet the social monetary, and social requirements through mutually claimed and fairly controlled. Two basic principles on which the cooperative society is standing are– Principle of collectiveness. Principle of well-established democracy. Features of cooperative society– Common economic …

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Q.) Analyze tension areas between the center and states in Indian Federal System. Explain the recent trends in Indian federalism? (59th BPSC/2016)

Indian Federal System

Ans– Article 1 of the Indian Constitution declares “India is a union of States”. We talk about Indian Federal System. Although the word federalism or Federation is nowhere used in the constitution in Spirit and essence tab dishes India is a federal state inherited from the Canadian constitution. What makes India a federal state– Independent …

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Q.) Describe the main features of Pala art in relation to Nalanda and Bihar. (41 BPSC/1997)

Pala Art, Nalanda

Ans– Pala rulers were incredible supporters of craftsmanship and art, Nalanda, Vikramshila. A form of art developed under the support are called Pala rulers called “Pala Art”. The Pala School of Cultural art is recognized as a distinct feature of Indian art. The Pala tradition governed from the eighth century to the twelfth century in …

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Q.) Presently highlight the major problems of Indian agriculture and suggest ways to remove them and discuss the major programs being run by the government for the development of Indian agriculture.

Indian agriculture

Ans- Farming is the foundation of the Indian economy. We talk about Indian Agriculture. This area assumes a huge part is of rural livelihood, work, and national food security. Practically 70% of India’s country families rely essentially upon agriculture for their livelihood. While the commitment of agriculture and allied areas to GDP is almost 17%. …

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Q.) What was the significance of Champaran satyagraha for peasant uprising?

Champaran satyagraha

Ans– Champaran satyagraha of 1970 was the first Satyagraha movement driven by Gandhiji in quite a while and is viewed as a significant revolt in the Indian freedom struggle. It was a farmer’s uprising that happened in the Champaran area of Bihar during the British common period. Champaran was an imperative region that at present …

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Q.) Throw light on Mauryan Art and analyze its impact on Bihar? (62 BPSC/2018)

Mauryan Art

Ans – The 6th century BC is marked as the start of religious and social movements within the Gangetic Valley teachings from Buddhism and Jainism. We talk about Mauryan Art and Architecture. Magadh was a very strong kingdom and spread its control over regions. By the 4th century BC, the well-versed power over an outsized …

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Q.) The Indian Constitution postulates in its Preamble that “India shall be a socialist, secular, democratic republic”. What are the constitutional provisions to enforce this declaration? (64 BPSC/2019)


Ans- In the Preamble of the constitution find its origin in US Constitution. A basic assertion of the Constitution presents the aim of its designers, the set of experiences behind its creation, and the fundamental beliefs and principles of the country. It gives us the target to achieve in the long run and propels the …

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