GS Paper 3

This section of the blog contains Syllabus for GS-3 for easy reference in the first post and other posts are various important articles written by team RMISG to help you have a consolidated study material in one place

Kigali Agreement – A new step

Kigali Agreement is a historic cornerstone which after seven years of negotiations, 197 countries have finally reached, in Kigali, Rwanda, to amend the Montreal...   Read More

Indo-American Defence Ties

Indo-American ties will see a major shift this week. National Defence Authorisation Act of 2017 which allocates funding each year to the US military...   Read More

Nuclear Power and India

Nuclear Power is the talk of the town with the energy crises these days. The world is taking a sharp turn back to the...   Read More

Energy Hunger and India

Energy Hunger | Present Senario Energy Hunger is an apt way to depict the present needs of India. Due to the rapid economic expansion,...   Read More

UPSC Mains 2016 | GS Paper 3 – Analysis

Analysis Day 3 of the Mains Examination remained marred with the aspirants anticipating and brainstorming over the contemporary issues that may have crossed the...   Read More

UPSC Mains 2016 | GS Paper 3

UPSC has conducted the Mains GS Paper 3. Below are the questions which were asked by UPSC in Paper 3 of Mains 2016 How...   Read More

Chinese Debt Trap

Chinese Debt Trap over Sri Lankan economy is growing with Chinese stranglehold over Sri Lankan strategic assets. Chinese Debt Trap | How serious is...   Read More

Indian Railways | Where are we headed ?

The issues of passenger safety in Indian Railways has always been a matter of debate. To address few of the key issues of safety,...   Read More

UPSC Mains 2016 | Expected Questions

UPSC Mains 2016 |¬†Expected Questions (Paper II) Creation of small states and good governance. Conflict between judiciary and executive. Niti Aayog and Cooperative Federalism....   Read More

Disaster Management – Is India prepared ?

Disaster Management or Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) aims to reduce the damage caused by natural hazards like earthquakes, floods, droughts and cyclones, through an...   Read More

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