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Gyan Ki Baat’ – Your Current Affairs Guru.

Gyan ki Baat is an initiative to help aspirants cover the UPSC Current Affairs comprehensively and holistically. It has a multi-dimensional, exam-oriented approach that will help you sail through the sea of news articles published every day.

Our approach – Interactive and Imaginative.

  • The Current Affairs Mentor will guide you through each news article with a simplified way of explanation.
  • Our PPTs are designed to get your attention and provide you with all the information in a perfectly concise manner.
  • Further, for each topic, we will provide you with a detailed document covering all the facts and figures.

Our Videos- Covers all components of a topics from exam perspective:

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Gyan Ki Baat for IAS/UPSC Exam

COTTON TEXTILE INDUSTRY

India has a world monopoly in cotton textiles, since almost 1500 BC. Modern mills started during Industrial Revolution and British rule.

WOOLLEN INDUSTRIES IN INDIA

India has third-largest sheep population. India is the seventh-largest producer.It provides employment to 2.7 million workers.

SUGAR INDUSTRY IN INDIA

India has surpassed Brazil and became world’s largest producer and consumer. During 2021–2022, 35.8 million tonnes of production.

PAPER INDUSTRY

This industry is a vital and core industry for any country. This industry use wood as raw material.

RUBBER INDUSTRY

India is the world’s largest producer. Annual growth rate of 8-9%. Rising foreign exchange reserves.

FISHING SECTOR IN INDIA

The sector provides livelihood to about 16 million fishers. It has enough potential earn foreign exchange.

MAJOR PHYSICAL DIVISIONS OF INDIA

It spreads from the snow-capped Himalayas in the north to seaside coasts and Ghats in the south.

INDIAN MONSOONS

Monsoons are seasonal winds that reverse their direction with changes in season.