11.01.18 Bihar (BPSC) Daily Current Affairs

BIHAR Bihar sees substantial rise in new voters   74 lakh new electors in the age group of 18-19 years, as per the updated data released by the election commission recently. There are a total of 7.17 lakh young voters in the same age bracket.   Overall voters in the state now stands at 6.98 … Read more

Bihar History- Sample Questions- BPSC Test Series

Q1. Bihari language belong to Indo-Aryan, Dravidian, Sino-Tibetan, Negroid Q2. Bihari literature shaped by Raja Radhika Raman Sinha,  Acharya Ramlochan Saran,  Acharya Shivpujan Sahay All of the above Q3. Nalanda- The world’s first seat of higher learning, a Monastic University which flourished from the _________-is in Bihar. 4th to the 11th century 5th to the 10th century … Read more

27.12.17 Bihar (BPSC) Daily Current Affairs

BIHAR   Stage set for Magadh University bifurcation   The preparatory exercise for bifurcation of Magadh University (MU) is nearly complete and Patliputra University will soon start functioning. According to education minister Krishnanandan Prasad Verma, the process for appointment of Patliputra University VC has already begun and things will automatically be put on the fast track once … Read more

Archeological sites of bihar

Archeological sites of bihar Barabar Caves The Barabar Caves are perhaps the oldest surviving rock-cut caves in India, mostly dating from the Maurya Empire (322–185 BCE), some with Ashokan inscriptions, located in the Makhdumpur region of Jehanabad district, Bihar, India, 24 km (15 mi) north of Gaya.  These caves are situated in the twin hills … Read more

Tourism and cities of Bihar

Tourism and cities of Bihar Gaya Amongst the most famous places in Bihar is Gaya, which is a Hindu pilgrimage hub and a transit point for Buddhist pilgrimage centre of Bodhgaya. It is believed that it was here under the tree that Buddha attained enlightenment. Gaya is a busy city situated on the bank of … Read more

Panchayti raj in Bihar

Panchayti raj in Bihar Act Formation The Bihar Panchayati Raj Act was enacted in 2006 after the state was divided into Jharkhand and Bihar and a separate Panchayati Raj Department came into existence in 2007. The Panchayati Raj Department Th e Panchayati Raj Department (PRD) in Bihar came into existence in 2007. It mainly interacts … Read more

Infrastructure of Bihar 2

Infrastructure of Bihar 2 INFRASTRUCTURE AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT A sound infrastructural base is a key for economic development. The availability of adequate infrastructure not only promotes rapid industrialization, it also improves the quality of life of the people. Therefore, the state government is very much focused on development of high quality infrastructure to sustain the … Read more

Infrastructure of Bihar 1

INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO IN BIHAR Located in India’s eastern part, Bihar, the third largest state in the country in terms of population and 12thlargest in area, is surrounded by Nepal in the north, West Bengal in the east, Uttar Pradesh in the west and Jharkhand in the south. The state enjoys a great geographical advantage by … Read more

Health sector in Bihar

The major health and demographic indicators of the State like infant mortality rate (IMR), maternal mortality ratio (MMR), total fertility rate (TFR), etc. are much higher than the all-India level and reflect a poor health status in the State. The Human Development Index (HDI), a composite of literacy, life expectancy and per capita income, has … Read more

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