Fundamental rights in Indian Constitution Upsc

fundamenta rights in india upsc

Definition of fundamental rights Fundamental rights are a set of rights that are recognized by the Apex Court (Supreme Court of India) as it requires the highest degree of protection from the government. The Fundamental Rights are also the basic human rights to all citizens that apply irrespective of race, gender, etc. The Fundamental rights … Read more

Basic Child rights in India Upsc

Basic Child rights in India Upsc

Child Rights A child is a person who has completed the age of 18, Minor as per UNO. Child rights are mentioned in Articles 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human rights. Child rights are accepted and adopted in the UN General Assembly on 20th November 1989. Child rights are rights to Life, family environment, … Read more

Power and function of national and State human rights commission in India Upsc

Human rights commission of India Upsc

National Human Rights Commission It is an autonomous body constituted on 12 October 1993, by the protection of the Human Rights Act, 1993. National Human Rights Commission is responsible for the protection and promotion of Human Rights in India. These human rights are guaranteed by the constitution. Functions of NHRC To inquire about the violation … Read more

Atmospheric pressure and its variation Upsc

Atmospheric pressure There is an uneven distribution of temperature, on the surface of the earth. This is because of the heating and as a result, the air expands and gets compressed on cooling. Due to the compression and expansion of Air, variations occur in the atmospheric pressure. This variation in atmospheric pressure is the cause … Read more

Major crops of Tamil Nadu and its primary cultivation region

Major crops of Tamil Nadu

Major crops of Tamil Nadu Agriculture is and continues to be the important sector of Tamil Nadu’s economy. Around 60% of the total population of the state is engaged directly or indirectly in agriculture and its allied sectors. Tamil Nadu has around seven agro-climatic conditions and different soil conditions. That is suitable for the growth … Read more

Major dams in Tamilnadu Tnpsc

Mettur Dam The Mettur Dam was constructed in a gorge, where river Cauvery enters the plains. Mettur Dam is one of the oldest dams in India. It provides irrigation to Salem, erode, karur, tiruchirappalli, thanjavur, tiruvarur and Nagapattinam. It irrigates 2,71,000 acres of farms. It also serves as Park, Major Hydroelectric power stations, and important … Read more

Temperature Inversion Upsc

Inversion of temperature in Geography Usually, the temperature decreases as the elevation increases. It is known as the Normal Lapse Rate. Sometimes, this situation is reversed and the Normal Lapse Rate is inverted. It is called Inversion of Temperature in Geography. It is the rate at which an atmosphere variable, the normal temperature in the … Read more

Horizontal and Vertical distribution of temperature Upsc

Distribution of Temperature Upsc

Distribution of Temperature The global distribution of temperature can well be understood by studying the temperature distribution in January and July. The temperature distribution is generally shown on the map with the help of isotherms. Isotherms geography The Isotherms are lines joining places having an equal temperature. In general, the effect of the latitude on … Read more

Factors controlling temperature distribution Upsc

The temperature of the air at any place is influenced by: the latitude of the place; the altitude of the place; distance from the sea, the airmass circulation; the presence of warm and cold ocean currents; local aspects. The latitude The temperature of a place depends on the insolation received. It has been explained earlier … Read more

* * All the Notes in this blog, are referred from Tamil Nadu State Board Books and Samacheer Kalvi Books. Kindly check with the original Tamil Nadu state board books and Ncert Books.