Celebrating National Voters Day 2021
Do service to all, but do not keep hope from anyone because only God can give the real value of service. If any service has been done keeping expectations from the world, then it will definitely become a reason for disappointment. That is why it is good to be served without expectation.
If the world pays the value of service, then it cannot understand that service. Service is something that can be bought and sold. Service is a means of earning virtue, not fame.
Being honored in the eyes of the world is not a big deal. It is a big thing to be honored in the eyes of Govind. What would have been the greater and better result of Sudama’s dedication to life, the Thakur the world ran for, he ran for them. One day the fruit of service will definitely come from the hands of God.
Information about PSI exam
1. The first will be running and physical fitness test.
Height for ST brothers of Gujarat 162 cm, weight 50kg, chest 79 to 84 cm
Height 165 cm except for ST
Height for ST sisters of Gujarat 156 cm, weight 40kg
Height for other sisters 158 cm
5000m 25 minutes marks 50 for running brothers
1600m for sisters 7.30 minutes marks 50
Marks of the race will be given according to how long you run.
Marks of the race will be counted in the final merit.
2. Prelim 100 marks, MCQS type, Time 2 hours
Those who bring cut off marks in prelim will have to appear for the main examination.
3. In the main examination 4 papers MCQS type 100 marks will be 2 hours time
This paper will be as follows
GK, Current Affairs, Computer and Intellectual Ability Tests
The law paper has eight laws in addition to the constitution.
In addition to the marks of the race in the final merit and the marks of 4 papers of the main exam, additional marks will be given in the final as follows.
2 marks of NCC C certificate
Additional marks will be given in Rakshasakti University degree or PG diploma as follows.
Distinction – 15 marks
First-class – 12 marks
Second class – 9 marks
Pass – 5 marks
212 – The first lottery is introduced in England.
This is the announcement for the first national lottery in England. It was issued by Queen Elizabeth I in the 19th century. At the moment England is seeking to expand its export markets worldwide. The purpose of the lottery was to raise money for the heavy costs of building ships and developing ports.
215 – Ching-Thang Khomba is crowned king of Manipur.
The Mahabharata refers to Babruvahana, the son of Arjuna, a princess from ancient Manipur. In the Mahabharata, the warrior Babruvahan was the son of Arjuna and Princess Chitrangada of Manipur. From Mahar, Arjuna was in love with Chitrangada, the daughter of King Chitravahana. During his travels to Manipur, Arjuna impressed Chitrangada by giving him colorful green flowers, which are still found in the mythology of a sect called Bishnupriya Manipuri.
Its capital city is Imphal. The main language is Manipuri. Manipur is a politically sensitive region and special permission from the government is required to enter it.
215 – William Herschel discovers Prajapati’s two moons, Titania and Oberon.
Uranus (Prajapati) is the seventh planet in the Solar System. It was discovered by William Herschel. It is the third-largest planet. The planet is named after Uranus, the Greek celestial god who was the father of Cronus (Saturn) and the grandfather of Zeus (Jupiter). Similar to the five known planets, it can also be seen with the naked eye. Due to the very dim light and extremely slow motion, the ancient astronomers did not recognize it as a planet. An astronomer named Sir William Herschel announced the discovery of the planet on March 19, 191, and for the first time in modern history, astronomy expanded the solar system. Uranus became the first planet discovered with the help of a telescope.
215 – Occupation of Ruhr: French and Belgian troops occupy the Ruhr area amid British opposition, forcing Germany to pay its first World War payments.
214 – East Pakistan is renamed Bangladesh.
2010 – India tests two successful air-to-air missile weapons at Balasore, Odisha. The missile has been developed by the Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).
2010 – India signs five agreements with Bangladesh, including a ન 1 billion loan for development projects. These include three security agreements to enhance counter-terrorism cooperation.
2010 – A three-judge bench of the Delhi High Court rules that the Office of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is required to provide information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
215 – Lal Bahadur Shastri,
Shastri took over as Prime Minister on June 9, 19, following the death of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on May 27, 2017 during his tenure as Prime Minister.
During his reign, the 19th Indo-Pak war broke out. Three years ago, China lost the war to China. Shastriji unexpectedly gave better leadership to the nation than Nehru in this war and defeated Pakistan a lot. Pakistan never imagined this in its dream.
He died under mysterious circumstances on the night of January 11, 19 in Tashkent after signing an agreement with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Ayub Khan to end the war. He was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna for his simplicity, patriotism, and honesty.
2006 – Sir Edmund Hillary.
Sir Edmund Hillary climbed Everest for the first time and conquered the dreams of the people who went there, and then those who went to Everest deserve the same respect that Edmund Hillary deserves. On May 6, Mount Everest was climbed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, a Nepalese climber.