February 25, 2024

Himachal Pradesh GK

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Active Case Finding (ACF) campaign: Under ACF, approximately 16,000 ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activists) and Anganwadi workers went door-to-door to collect health information of every individual residing in the State (approximately 70,00,000) after the State-wide curfew was implemented. This data was shared with the Department of Health and individuals who Read More

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 Himachal Health Care Scheme (HIMCARE): Under Ayushman Bharat, families have been selected by the Government of India on the basis of SECC, 2011 and Rastriya Swasthaya Bima Yojana (RSBY). For providing the cashless treatment coverage on the analogy of Ayushman Bharat to the left-out families, the State is implementing Himachal Read More

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Growth Overview: India GDP at Constant Prices GDP at Constant Prices (2018-19): ₹140.03 lakh crore GDP at Constant Prices (2019-20): ₹145.69 lakh crore(Growth Rate: 4.0 %) Expected GDP at Constant Prices (2020-21): -7.7 % GDP at Current Prices GDP at Current Prices(2018-19) : ₹188.87 lakh crore GDP at Current Prices(2019-20) Read More

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Himachal Pradesh is bounded between 30°22" to 33°12" North latitude and 75°47" to 79°4" East longitude. The total area of the state is 55,673 sq. km. According to Puranas, Himachal Pradesh is the Jalandhar Khand and Kedar Khand of the Himalayas known as "Dev Bhumi" to the ancients and located Read More

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1. The Himachal Pradesh Juvenile (Prevention of Smoking) Act. 1952. 2. The Himachal Pradesh Panchayati Raj Act, 1952. 3. The Himachal Pradesh Panchayati Raj (Amendment) act, 1953 4. The Himachal Pradesh Land Revenue Act, 1954. 5. The Himachal Pradesh Compulsory Primary Education Act, 1953. 6. The Himachal Pradesh Panchayat Raj Read More

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Total Seats: 68 (7521 polling stations){17 Seats were reserved for SC and 3 seats for ST(Lahul and Spiti, Kinnaur and Bharmaur)}. Highest Polling booth: Tashigang ( Lahul and Spiti ). Smallest Polling booth: Ka(Kinnaur) {16 Votes}. Biggest Polling booth(Voters): Sullah(84K) Voter Turnout: 28% India’s first voter: Shyam Saran Negi(Voted for Read More

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Lok Sabha: In 1952, Lok Sabha members from Himachal Pradesh(Including areas of Bilaspur and Punjab Hill states): Amrit Kaur (Mandi), Tek Chand (Shimla), Hem Raj (Kangra), Anand Chand(Bilaspur). Longest serving MP in Lok Sabha: Krishan Dutt Sultanpuri(Shimla, 6 times). Present 4 Lok Sabha seats in Himachal Pradesh: Mandi, Kangra, Hamirpur Read More

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The Punjab Village Panchayat Act of 1939 was the first statute in some areas of present Himachal Pradesh, which established the strong foundations of Panchayati Raj when in 1952, the state passed its own Panchayati Raj Panchayati Raj system in Himachal Pradesh was established in 1954 under the provisions of Read More

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Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission: Establishment: 25th January First Chairman: General (Retd.) K. S. Katoch. Present Chairman: Gen. (Retd) DVS Rana. Only women Chairman: Bimla Bhagat In 1985, the strength of members was increased from two to Location: Nigam Vihar (Chotta Shimla) At present direct recruitment of Class-I & Class-II Read More

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In 1948” Himalayan Prant Provisional Government" was set up, headed by Shiva Nand Ramaul to ensure the merger of the hill states with Indian State. On 2nd March 1948, a decision was taken for the formation of Himachal Pradesh in Delhi, in a meeting between the secretary of the Ministry Read More

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