GS – Ethics in just 20-23 days. Sessions start right after Prelims-2016

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GS – Ethics in just 20-23 days.
Sessions start right after Prelims-2016
22 August 2016 at 11AM & 6:15 PM by vvr-#ias
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GST – The constitution (122nd amendment) Bill, 2014 IAS current Article

 

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GST – The constitution (122nd amendment) Bill, 2014 IAS current Article and
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UPSC, CSE, IAS General Studies Foundation Batch 2017 Coaching Begins in Delhi & Hyderabad

UPSC, CSE, IAS
General Studies Foundation Batch 2017
Coaching Begins in Delhi & Hyderabad

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International Relations(GS Paper-II) Coaching for UPSC/IAS General Studies Preparation

International Relations(GS Paper-II) 

for UPSC/IAS/Civil Service Examination

 30 Hrs Classroom Course for UPSC/IAS Mains

Complete Analysis of Geopolitics With Recent One Year Current Updates

India 5th biggest generator of e-waste in 2014: UN report:

India is the fifth biggest producer of e-waste in the world, discarding 1.7 million tons (Mt) of electronic and electrical equipment in 2014, a UN report has said warning that the volume of global e-waste is likely to rise sharply by 21 per cent in next three years.

India 5th biggest generator of e-waste in 2014 UN report

Details of the report:

  • The ‘Global E-Waste Monitor 2014’, compiled by UN’s think tank United Nations University (UNU), said at 32 per cent, the US and China produced the most e-waste overall in 2014.
  • India came in fifth, behind the US, China, Japan and Germany, the report said.
  • Most e-waste in the world in 2014 was generated in Asia at 16 Mt or 3.7 kg per inhabitant. The top three Asian nations with the highest e-waste generation in absolute quantities are China (6.0 Mt), Japan (2.2 Mt) and India (1.7 Mt).
  • The top per capita producers by far are the wealthy nations of northern and western Europe, the top five being Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Denmark, and the UK.

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