Daily Five Apr 19 2017

Daily Five Apr 19 2017


Date: 15/04/2017
1. Tips/Tricks
2. Prelims Questions
3. QuickBytes
4. RAG topics
5. Mains Questions
All the below notes will also be updated in the ARISE IAS RAG List for systematic revision.
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1. Tips/Tricks

Beware of people who spread FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Disinformation) factor among UPSC aspirants. These people scare freshers with lots of disinformation like one has to read so many magazines, its takes 3-4 years to clear this exam, daily 14 hours study is must etc.
Only Self-confidence and sincere effort opens the gate of Mussoorie.


2. Prelims Questions

1. Which of the following is incorrectly matched?
a. Namgyal Monastery – Himachal Pradesh
b. Rumtek Monastery – Sikkim
c. Tawang Monastery – Ladakh
d. Namdroling Monastery -Mysore

[Hint: It was in news recently. Has historic significance. One need not have to memorize all the list. Only focus on important one which are in news and use that information to eliminate answers]

2. Which of the following is true about Schedule-H1 drug
a. drugs that might cause antimicrobial resistance
b. drugs that cannot be purchased without a doctor’s prescription
c. drugs that are under price control
d. None
Ans:
1. C
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/columns/g-parthasarathy/how-india-should-respond-to-chinas-response-to-dalai-lama-visit-to-tawang/article9650537.ece

2. B
http://www.business-standard.com/article/government-press-release/rising-problem-of-multi-drug-resistant-deaths-117032800889_1.html


3. QuickBytes (Use these quotes/figures/facts in your Mains Exam)


4. RAG topics

1. Sikkim Paradox
SOURCE
2. NK Singh committee
SOURCE


5. Mains Questions

1. Why the rich, orderly Himalayan state Sikkim has India’s highest suicide rate?
2. The proposed Debt Management and Fiscal Responsibility Bill does not achieve its basic objective – to constrain absolute government discretion to deviate from the path of fiscal consolidation. Comment
https://thewire.in/124816/frbm-review-committee-overlooked-constitutional-escape-clause/

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