Continuing with our phenomenal success over the last more than two decades with thousands of successes and toppers into the coveted Civil Services, SRIRAM's IAS announces the 10-months Program for General Studies (Prelim and the Mains), Essay, CSAT and Optionals to be conducted by UPSC for 2018 Examination. The Coaching is imparted in English medium only. All the classes are held for two hours daily. Classes are held with a clear and pre - announced schedule. Faculty is experienced. Our focus is on the New System that is in vogue since 2013. Students are continuously assessed on the Prelims as well as Main Pattern in the classroom. Personal attention, effective teaching, senior faculty and adaptability to the changing trends stand us out. SRIRAM's UPSC Coaching for General Studies includes Study Material, Test Series (Pre & Main), and classes for Essays without any additional payment. Personality Test: will train all its students for interview test also without taking any extra fee.
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Question of the Day
Uploaded on 21/05/2018
Question : ‘GIFT City’ , often seen in news, is located in which among the following states?
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Explanation: Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City) is a globally bench marked International Financial Service Centre (IFSC) developed by Government of Gujarat through a joint venture Company. It houses India's first and only International Financial Services Centre. GIFT is planned as a financial Central Business District (CBD) between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar as a greenfield development. Termed as India’s first ‘Smart City,’ the project encompasses top notch infrastructure facilities like, District Cooling System (DCS), Underground Utility Tunnel, Automated Waste Collection etc.
Oops! Correct Answer is D.
Uploaded on 19/05/2018
Question : Consider the following about ‘Ayushman Bharat Programme’:
1. The scheme aims to revamp the health sector.
2. Under the aegis of the Ayushman Bharat Programme, the National Health Protection Scheme aims to provide secondary and tertiary care hospitalization.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below.
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 nor 2
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Explanation: The Government has announced two major initiatives in health sector , as part of Ayushman Bharat programme. It is aimed at making path breaking interventions to address health holistically, in primary, secondary and tertiary care systems, covering both prevention and health promotion.
The initiatives are as follows:-
(i) Health and Wellness Centre:- The National Health Policy, 2017 has envisioned Health and Wellness Centres as the foundation of India’s health system. Under this 1.5 lakh centres will bring health care system closer to the homes of people. These centres will provide comprehensive health care, including for non-communicable diseases and maternal and child health services. These centres will also provide free essential drugs and diagnostic services. The Budget has allocated Rs.1200 crore for this flagship programme. Contribution of private sector through CSR and philanthropic institutions in adopting these centres is also envisaged.
(ii) National Health Protection Scheme:- The second flagship programme under Ayushman Bharat is National Health Protection Scheme, which will cover over 10 crore poor and vulnerable families (approximately 50 crore beneficiaries) providing coverage upto 5 lakh rupees per family per year for secondary and tertiary care hospitalization. This will be the world’s largest government funded health care programme. Adequate funds will be provided for smooth implementation of this programme.
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