Good morning sir ,
sir this is my 2nd attempt in UPSC , i did not qualify prelims in last yr ,
dear sir, i request you please mention some articles “from where i should start study and how i should study ”
sir on your website i found 2013,2014,2015 and 2016 current affairs and articles are too ,
so i should read all these years articles ???
i have filled the UPSc form for 2016 prelims ,
till now i read only polity from laxmikant , and banking subject from ramesh singh ,
others are till not completed , please help me out sir what i should read in these 85 days for prelims ,
.. my optional subject for mains is geography , i studied it from ma’am but i did not find any crucial knowledge abt geography in fact “jo aata tha who bhi bhul chuka hu ”
Thank You Sir
CIP is the price at which food grains are issued by FCI to states. CIP are different for APL and BPL beneficiaries. For APL beneficiaries, CIP is equal to the ‘economic cost’ of the foodgrains, which includes procurement, storage, interest and transportation cost. For BPL CIP is same as was fixed in 2000. Interestingly, APL’s CIP (at economic cost of Rs per kg in the case of rice and Rs per kg for wheat) which was fixed in 2002 is still continuing and in effect APLs to whom subsidy is not intentionally directed are still getting subsidized food.