Q:7:Differentiate between Tropical and Extra-Tropical cyclone.

Cyclone is a system in which winds are rotating inwards to an area of low barometric pressure, with an anticlockwise (northern hemisphere) or clockwise (southern hemisphere) circulation. In simple, it is a weather system in which winds rotate inwardly to an area of low atmospheric pressure. There are two types of cyclones: Tropical cyclones and […]

Q.6: What are the causes and consequences of “Non-Cooperation Movement”.

The Non – Cooperation Movement (ଅସହଯୋଗ ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ) was simply based upon two core principles i.e. non- violent resistance and refusal to cooperate. At the Nagpur session (1920) of the Indian National Congress, the programme of Non-cooperation was endorsed aiming at attainment of Swaraj through peaceful and legitimate means. The Non-Cooperation Movement was pitched in under […]

Q.4: Discuss India’s various internal security problems at present scenario.

Internal Security refers to upholding national law and maintenance of peace, law and order within a country’s territory. Internal Security comes within the realm of Ministry of Home Affairs in India. External Security refers to security against aggression by foreign countries. External Security comes under Ministry of Défense. Since the advent of independence, India is […]

Q.3: Differentiate between parliamentary system and presidential system of government. Give reasons why India choose Parliamentary form of government.

Intro: In a representative democracy or Indirect democracy, the people elect representatives to deliberate and decide on legislation. The representative democracy/government can be classified into two types such as in parliamentary form of government and presidential democracy form of government. Body: Parliamentary System of Government There are two executives: nominal executives (head of state) and […]

Q.2: Explain various factors of Monsoon and the variability due to climate

Monsoon is a type of climate in which the general pattern of circulation of atmosphere reverses its direction with change in season. Generally, across the world, the monsoons are experienced in the tropical area roughly between 20° N and 20° S. Indian monsoon represents true monsoon climate where the reversal in the direction of the […]

Q.1: What are the causes and consequences of “Sepoy Mutiny”. Discuss

The Sepoy Mutiny was a widespread and ultimately ineffective uprising against British imperial rule in India led by members of the Bengal army. It started in Meerut on 10 May 1857, then the rebellion spread throughout north and central India to such cities as Delhi, Agra, Arra, Faizabad, Bareilly, Kanpur, Gwalior, Jhansi and Lucknow etc. […]