Top 5 Reasons to Join IAS Coaching in Chandigarh

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It is that time of year when many students are preparing for life after graduation. Some opt to join private companies; some start their own or join their family business; others start to prepare for competitive exams. The first thing that comes in most students’ mind is to go to Delhi and join some coaching institute. However, why to move to Delhi, when you can find a similar level in Chandigarh. So, we bring you Top 5 Reasons to Join an IAS Coaching in Chandigarh.

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So here are the Top 5 Reasons to Join IAS Coaching in Chandigarh:

Better Environment

The most important thing for anyone to study properly is a pleasant environment. Chandigarh fulfils that need in the most convenient way. Surrounded by greenery all around, Chandigarh is one of the most eco-friendly cities. It is a perfect blend of nature and modernity. The pollution is at a minimum level. Also, unlike Delhi, Chandigarh is free from excess crowd and noise. You will find this environment more than perfect for studies.

Similar Faculty

Most of the institutes that provide coaching in Chandigarh have appropriately qualified faculty members. Some of them are even ex-faculties of coaching institutes in Delhi. So, instead of just following the crowd, make your decision after attending some demo classes. For students in Northern India, Chandigarh is a top destination when it comes to choosing colleges. However, they do not show the same trust when it comes to coaching. Just because everyone else is going to join some prestigious institute in Delhi does not mean you should follow their footsteps. Make your own decision by at least going for demo classes in IAS coaching institutes of Chandigarh Tricity. We are sure you will be surprised if you do not believe us.

Study Facilities

Apart from fantastic IAS coaching institutes, Chandigarh is also home to the most important and most extensive libraries in North India. You will find all the top study material from the best authors in Chandigarh’s libraries. There is even a 24-hour open library in Punjab University campus, A.C. Joshi Library. If you love to study outdoors, then be a guest to the large parks and gardens of Chandigarh. Enjoy a peaceful and hassle-free environment perfect for studying or just relaxing while you are taking a break. Chandigarh has many bookstores where you can find new and used books to assist your studies. Moreover, as the online study resources are improving day by day, it does not matter where you are. If you are ready to work hard, you can study wherever you want to.

Competition Level

The biggest excuse students give not to join IAS coaching in Chandigarh is that the competition is not high enough. So, they move to Delhi to get a real view of the competition. That is not a case anymore. Many of the top AIR candidates in UPSC Civil Services Examination come from Chandigarh’s IAS coaching institutes. You will meet the most sincere and dedicated students once you join the classes. The State Library in sector-34 is always a home to hundreds of students studying for the same goal as yours. Similarly, you can find study buddies in any of the other libraries.

Better Attention to Students        

Most institutes in Delhi have batches of more than 300 students in a single classroom. Giving attention to every single student is impossible in such huge batches. IAS coaching institutes in Chandigarh, on the other hand, have limited seats in their classes. So, the teacher knows the strength and weaknesses of every student in their class. It allows them to provide personalised solutions to students according to their needs and help them get the best results. That is why you join any IAS coaching institute after all.

Conclusion

So, these were our top 5 reasons why you should join an IAS coaching institute in Chandigarh. IAS coaching in Chandigarh is not relatively famous. However, you can use that to your advantage. Get undivided attention from your teachers with direct interaction. Enjoy beautiful weather and environment, and most importantly, live in a stress-free environment. So, break away from the crowd and join a new wave. Give Chandigarh a chance. You will love the experience. In the long run, it will help you to get the rest you want.

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All the best for your preparations.

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Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) | PIB

Introduction –
As per latest data, IMR has reduced by 58% in India during the period of 1990-2015 which is more than to Global decline of 49% during the same period. The full immunization coverage also improved from 43.5% in 2005 to 62.0% in 2015 and mortality due to Tuberculosis has reduced from 76 per 1,00,000 in 1990 to 32 per 1,00,000 in 2015.
Steps taken to combat IMR and increasing vaccine coverage under National Health Mission –

  • Promotion of Institutional deliveries through cash incentive under Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) and Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram (JSSK) which entitles all pregnant women delivering in public health institutions to absolutely free ante-natal check-ups, delivery including Caesarean section, post-natal care and treatment of sick infants till one year of age.
  • Strengthening of delivery points for providing comprehensive and quality Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) Services.
  • Newborn Stabilization Units (NBSU) and Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) units for care of sick and small babies.
  • Early initiation and exclusive breastfeeding for first six months and appropriate Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) practices are promoted in convergence with Ministry of Women and Child Development.
  • Universal Immunization Programme (UIP) is being supported to provide vaccination to children against many life threatening diseases such as Tuberculosis, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus, Hepatitis B and Measles.
  • Name based tracking of mothers and children till two years of age (Mother and Child Tracking System) is done to ensure complete antenatal, intranatal, postnatal care and complete immunization as per schedule.
  • Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) for health screening, early detection of birth defects, diseases, deficiencies, development delays including disability and early intervention services has been Operationalized to provide comprehensive care to all the children in the age group of 0-18 years in the community.
  • Iron and folic acid (IFA) supplementation is being done for the prevention of anaemia among the vulnerable age groups, home visits by ASHAs to promote exclusive breast feeding and promote use of ORS and Zinc for management of diarrhoea in children.
  • Capacity building of health care providers – Various trainings are being conducted under National Health Mission (NHM) to build and upgrade the skills of health care providers in basic and comprehensive obstetric care of mother during pregnancy, delivery and essential newborn care.
  • Low performing districts have been identified as High Priority Districts (HPDs) which entitles them to receive high per capita funding, relaxed norms, enhanced monitoring and focused supportive supervisions and encouragement to adopt innovative approaches to address their peculiar health challenges.

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Domestic Cruise Tourism Industry | PIB

Domestic Cruise Industry (GS – 3 Economy and Tourism)
Tourism sector is a very talked about sector and reading about it will enrich your IAS coaching. Cruise tourism is a high-end luxury tourist segment of tourism sector. 
Significance –

  • It is estimated that on an average a cruise tourist spends about US$200-300 and a cruise staff/officer spends about US$100-150 per port visit.
  • Cruise operations augment local economic activities as business opportunities arise for supply for provisions, transport, hotels, bunkering etc. to cruise ships which generate direct and indirect employment. 
  • The local economy also gains from the spending by cruise tourists during land excursions.

Measures taken to boost cruise industry –

  • All major ports offer a minimum rebate of 30% across the board to cruise ships on all vessel related charges (port dues, pilotage and berth hire) from the notified scale of rates.
  • Major ports do not levy any priority/ousting/shifting charges for berthing the cruise vessel, provided the liner informs port 30 days in advance about the requirement of the berth.
  • To attract cruise liners to make major ports as homeports, the major ports provide rebate of 25% in vessel related charges for coastal cruise movement.  This is in addition to the 40% existing rebate for coastal vessels.  Further, walk-in berthing/preferential berthing is given to cruise vessels at home port without any extra charge.
  • Foreign flag vessels carrying passengers had been allowed to call at Indian ports for a period of 10 years with effect from 6th February, 2009 without obtaining a license from Director General of Shipping.  This has been further extended for a period of five years i.e. up to 5th February, 2024.
  • For promoting cruise, a Task Force has been constituted jointly by Ministry of Shipping and Ministry of Tourism.  The Task Force is responsible for drawing up strategies for promotion of cruise tourism including development of facilities and related infrastructure as well as facilitation.
  • Standardized Operating Procedures (SOPs) for handling cruise vessels and      passengers have been implemented.
  • To address manpower, coordination and logistic issues for handling cruise vessels at ports, Port Level Committees with chairman of the respective Major Port Trust as Chairman, Secretary Tourism of the concerned state as Vice-Chairman and Regional Director of the respective region of Ministry of Tourism as Convener have been constituted.
  • Ministry of Tourism under its Scheme for Assistance to Central Agencies extends financial assistance to the Ports for development of cruise related tourism infrastructure

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