Free UPSC Pre 2018 Mock test on 27.05.2018

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Hope your preparation is going well for UPSC Pre Exam scheduled on 03.06.2018. Oracle IAS is conducting a free UPSC Civil Services Exam-2018 mock test on 27.05.2018 to help you in assessing your preparation level.

The mock test would be held in offline mode in Dehradun centre. Those who are not from Dehradun can register in the link blow to get the PDF and solutions on email.

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  • The difficulty level is similar to that of UPSC CS Exam so that a realistic assessment can be made.
  • For offline students an offline session to get tips from experts on how to attempt the Pre paper.
  • Practical tips on what not to do in the last week before the exam.
  • Detailed solutions of the questions in free UPSC mock test would be provided.

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UKPCS(Mains) Daily Answer Writing Practice: 21.03.2018


The most important and most neglected part for Civil Services Preparation is answer writing. It is not about HOW MUCH YOU STUDY but CAN YOU WRITE within word limit and time frame. Today’s questions are from paper-4(GEOGRAPHY) of UKPCS Main Exam Syllabus.


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Hi friends,

Till now we have analyzed the Science paper (paper 6), the Polity paper (paper 3) and ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT paper (paper 5) of UK Upper PCS. Today we will analyze the for Geography paper (paper 4) for 2012 and 2016. We would first discuss our methodology and basic assumptions. Thereafter, we would give our observation and recommendations.

  • Methodology and assumptions:
  1. We have divided the question paper under following heads:
  2. World Physical Geography
  3. World Human Geography
  4. Environment
  5. World Trade
  6. Indian Geography
  7. Uttarakhand (UK)
  8. Miscellaneous


GS Daily MCQs: 19-03-2018


Please find below today’s questions for Oracle IAS daily MCQs feature. Today’s questions are from ecology from where 1-2 questions are asked every year.


Q. 1.-Which of the following statements is/are true about Ecotone?
1. It is a zone of junction of two or more diverse ecosystems.
2. Both mangrove forests and grasslands are the examples of Ecotone.
3. Edge effect occurs when the territorial size of ecotone is much larger than the adjacent ones.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

(a) Only 1
(b) 1 and 2
(c) Only 3
(d) All

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GS Daily MCQs: 16-03-2018


Please find below today’s questions for Oracle IAS daily MCQs feature.


Q. 1.-Which of the following statements is/are true about rural urban migration?

1. Rural urban migration leads to the feminization of agriculture.
2. Rural urban migration increases the remittances to home and decreases the child labour and crime rates in cities.

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GS Daily MCQs: 15-03-2018


Today’s Daily MCQs by Oracle IAS feature questions from Economics, which is very important for UPSC Pre.


Q. 1 -Which of the following is/are the detrimental impacts of unemployment on the economy?

1. Unemployment leads to wastage of manpower resource.
2. The dependence of the unemployed on the working population increases.
3. The quality of life of an individual gets affected.

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GS Daily MCQs: 12-03-2018


Today’s Daily MCQs by Oracle IAS feature questions from Economics, which is one of the most important areas to prepare for UPSC Pre Exam.

Answers would be updated in the evening.

Q. 1. How do you differentiate between Headline and Core inflation?

1. Headline inflation is published by RBI whereas Core inflation is published by Central Statistical Organization (CSO).

2. Headline inflation is calculated from a base year, whereas Core inflation takes the current financial year as the base year.

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Oracle IAS, the best coaching institute for UPSC/IAS/PCS preparation in Dehradun (Uttarakhand), brings to you views on important issues.

Some facts

  • Social
  1. Census 2011 – rate of divorce of Muslim women is highest among all religious communities due to arbitrary triple-talaq.
  2. Around 30 % women married under the age of 18 years.
  • Economic
  1. Female work force participation rate is mere 29% as compare to 80% of Men. One of the lowest in the world.
  2. Women ownership is still 4% of the property.
  • Security (NCRB DATA)
  1. Crime against women: Domestic violence (cruelty by husbands and relatives) has the highest share in crime against women.
  2. Rapes – one in 100 victims is under 6 years of age
  • Political
  1. Women representation in the 16th Lok Sabha is mere 12.15%.
  2. ‘Sarpanch Pati’ culture.

As per the Census, 2011 the child sex ratio (0-6 years) has shown a decline from 927 females per thousand males in 2001 to 919 females per thousand males in 2011.

  1. Poor health status of women.
  • Iron-deficiency anemia in India is rampant among children below the age of three (78.9 percent) and women (55 percent)(NFHS).
  • As per Lancet report women in India are most vulnerable to breast cancer.
  • The MMR rate is still high with about five women die every hour in India from complications developed during childbirth.

2. Poor Education status

  • The rate is 65 % according to census 2011 while 82.14% for men.
  • The GER (Gross enrollment ratio) gap for higher education is still very high.
  • As per ASER, though the enrollment gap at primary school level has significantly decrease but the dropout rate for girls is still high.


3. Employment status

  • Majority of women are engaged in unorganized sector.
  • Women get paid less for their work as compare to men.
  • Feminization of agriculture


  1. Legal
  • Personal laws biased against women eg triple talaq
  • State laws like age of women to marry is 18 yrs, less than men.
  • Marital rape not recognized.
  1. Gender violence
  • Female feticide at the time of birth.
  • Neglect of health and education while growing up.
  • Rape, stalking, voyeurism, acid attack.
    • Dowry harassment
    • Domestic violence (top in the list of violence according to NCRB data)
  1. Gender stereotyping
  • Objectification of women body by the media.
  • The glass ceiling e.g. Corporate are not complying with the rule of one independent women director according to Companies act. The belief that women cannot be good managers as they are too emotional.
  1. Religion
  • Religious text mis-interpreted and favors the male counterpart e.g. Women not allowed burning the pyre of parents. It sanctifies the inferior position of women.
  • At many place women not allowed to enter holy places egs. Sabarimala temple.


  1. Economic
  • Maternity leave increased from 12 to 26 weeks through Maternity Benefit Amendment Law to increase female work force participation rate.
  • Gender Budgeting : Mainstreaming of women agenda while allocating funds to different programmes through budget .
  • Steps for Economic empowerment of women like Promotion of SHGs (Aajivika), STEP ( for skilling of women ), MUDRA ( to provide easy loans to Women ) , Stand up India ( to promote Entrepreneur ship among women ).
  • Reservation in govt. jobs by various state govts.

2. Political/Legal

  • Reservation of seats in the PRI and ULB.
  • Criminal Amendment Act 2013 (Justice Verma committee)
  • Pam Rajput committee on status of women

3. Social

  • Beti bachao, beti padao; selfie with daughter etc. to help bringing change in the attitude of people towards girl child
  • Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana encouraging people to save for the girl child.


  1. Promoting Education and awareness among women about their rights. If they take up their issue, it would create deeper impact. e.g. Women took up the cause against Singnapur Shani temple and Hazi Ali Dargah entry ban.
  2. Change that comes from within the society is widely accepted. Hence, notion of gender equality should be promoted using COMMUNITY LEADERS and RELIGIOUS TEXTS.
  3. Upward Economic mobility of women: Economic empowerment leads to social empowerment and reduce economic dependence.
  4. Women Reservation bill that aims to reserve 33% of all seats in the Lower house of Parliament of India, the Lok Sabha, and in all state legislative assemblies for women should be passed.
  5. Gender sensitization training at every level of state apparatus, specially at lower level officials in police.

Though we have made gradual progress in improving the status of women through successful steps like SHG, improvement in education levels of women and progressive legislations, still a lot needs to be done to bring equality and justice to women.

Social change is gradual phenomenon. Reforms cannot be enforced by government and courts overnight if the society is not ready to accept them. They have to be nurtured through patient persuasion, enlightened leadership and personal examples.

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