With the growing challenge of global terrorism and local forms of naxalism and insurgency, 'internal security' has become a major concern for India. Following the global trend, UPSC also adopted 'internal security' as one of the topics in its syllabus of General Studies Paper 3. Internal security challenges for India has increased multi fold from local issues like naxalism and north-east insurgency to global issues like terrorism and a very disturbing recent trend of radicalisation of youth. As the security dimensions for India are increasing day by day, the importance of the topic is also increasing.
Thus discussing the issue under following chapters’ alongwith sample questions.
1. National Security and Internal security
2. Narco Terrorism
3. Demonetization and Internal security
4. Questions in Internal Security and Disaster Management
5. Ethics case studies on Internal security
6. Interview guidance and aspects related to Internal Security
The Economic Survey is must for IAS Prelims Examination. Since it is very bulky in nature often candidates fail to extract crux of survey which is important for Preliminary Examination. Here is an attempt to fill the gap in shortest possible way.
As in the prelims, questions on Indian economy are generally related to the current events thus Economic Survey may provide a clear cut picture of the Indian Economy and latest trends associated with it.
This year Economic Survey (2016-17) is more in the form of analysis rather than factual whereas the last year Economic Survey (2015-16) consists of both; so for better utilization of information mainly for Prelims, we have come up with the compilation which consist of the important terminologies from both the years and may act as Quick Revision Tool for the aspirants in the last lap of preparation.