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INDIAN FOREST SERVICES : PAPER ANALYSIS (PHYSICS)


India is one of the First countries in the world to have stated scientific management of its forests.The Indian Forest Service, one of the three All India Services, was constituted in the year 1966 under the All India Services Act, 1951 by the Government of India.The main mandate of the service is the implementation of the National Forest Policy which envisages scientific management of forests and to exploit them on a sustained basis for primary timber products, among other things. Since 1935 the management of the forests remained in the hands of the Provincial Governments and even today the Forest Departments are managing the forests of the country under the respective State governments.

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All top positions in state forest department are held by IFS officers. Positions like Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Conservator of Forests (CF) and Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) etc are some examples.

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INDIAN FOREST SERVICES : PAPER ANALYSIS (PHYSICS)


India is one of the First countries in the world to have stated scientific management of its forests.The Indian Forest Service, one of the three All India Services, was constituted in the year 1966 under the All India Services Act, 1951 by the Government of India.The main mandate of the service is the implementation of the National Forest Policy which envisages scientific management of forests and to exploit them on a sustained basis for primary timber products, among other things. Since 1935 the management of the forests remained in the hands of the Provincial Governments and even today the Forest Departments are managing the forests of the country under the respective State governments.

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All top positions in state forest department are held by IFS officers. Positions like Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Conservator of Forests (CF) and Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) etc are some examples.

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IAS Mains 2014 GS-3 Paper Analysis and Review


The General Studies-3 Paper of 2014 was a big surprise for the aspirant community as UPSC reduced the total number of questions, thereby increasing the individual weightage of each question. This came as both good and bad thing, as it gave an opportunity to secure more marks from each question, but at the same time, it also implied that a blunder in any question would be more dangerous.

Nevertheless, here is a component wise analysis of the paper:

Topic Questions Marks
Economy and related issues 9 112.5
Inclusive Growth 1 12.5
Science and Tech 1 12.5
Legal Issues (IPR, Airspace) 2 25
Environment 2 25
Disaster Management 1 12.5
Security 4 50

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