A very avid article on historical achievement by India in recent time published in ET. I found it worth reading, specially for Public Service commission aspirants.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Louvre in Paris, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Vatican Museums in Rome could just find themselves rubbing shoulders with a new competitor in the world’s top league of museums. Fittingly, the likely new kid on the block is the former princely state of Travancore, now southern Kerala, which had relations with practically every part of the world through many centuries, from Egypt to Portugal , Rome to China, and France to Arabia.
If and when that happens, the museum will have a tongue-twister of a name for global tourists – the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple Museum, Thiruvananthapuram. The lengthy name itself could lend it that special flavour, as in the case of museums like the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, in Spain’s Basque country, or the Philbrook Museum of Art, Oklahoma. Read the rest of this entry »
GETTING INFORMATION under the Right to Information Act
can get tricky at times; especially, when Government officials are reluctant to work in a transparent and accountable manner.
I begin by looking at exactly the opposite of financial inclusion, i.e., financial exclusion. Broadly defined, financial exclusion signifies the lack of access by certain segments of the society to appropriate, low-cost, fair and safe financial products and services from mainstream providers. Financial exclusion is thus a key policy concern, because the options for operating a household budget, or a micro/small enterprise, without mainstream financial services can often be expensive. This process becomes self-reinforcing and can often be an important factor in social exclusion, especially for communities with limited access to financial products, particularly in rural areas. Read the rest of this entry »
Some people are worried about BPSC and JPSC PT results and some are busy with guessing mains date; here the important facts on Main exam dates to calm you down and focus on preparation better
It has yet not been disclosed through any official channel on main dates, but all expert around here and on Bloglines are guessing second or third week of September( mostly between 15-25 September 2011).
As a matter of fact Mr. Nitish kumar is pushing the process of BPSC recruitment, due to numerous factors. Including staff deficiency at different level of administration and uni-vocal complains from all the ministries to fill this vacancy to execute RTS (right to service act 2011). Read more in my next post.