*Indian Yearbook 2017*
It is a year paperback which is been circulated by the promulgation section, a broadcasting unit of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. In accordance to this, you would be able to finish the lesson of the Indian Yearbook in less than 10 minutes. A mass of genuine aspirant usually escapes of this paperback due to its giant size. This curriculum would present as the one-stop for the folks interested in gathering of the information which is related to the several initiatives, policies, and programs conducted by the Indian Government. It is been a very handy book for the beginners as now they do not have to turn on the pages of the variable books for gathering the information related with the administration policies and schemes which have been very useful in the UPSC examinations (Mains) while solving out the descriptive questions. This curriculum would cover the chapters minutely in a comprehensive fashion. The important chapters which are having a good amount of knowledge will be taken care of two parts. This curriculum would thus be helpful in your preliminary examinations which include, IAS Preparation, CSE Exam, General knowledge, Current affairs.
Mr. Rajiv Mehrishi, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) and the erstwhile Union Home Secretary, has composed an E-Book entitled as “India Yearbook 2017” in accordance with the current affairs of India. It was currently put in motion by Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister of Rajasthan, in Jaipur. The E-Book comprises of the surfeit of knowledge on the critical state policies, trade, important dignitaries, public schemes and important data about the demographics, economy and several other topics.
About the Author:
Mr. Rajiv Mehrishi was conceived on 8th of August 1955, an emeritus Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of the year 1978 group and, Rajasthan Cadre where he belonged to. Presently, he has been the Chairman of the United Nations Board of Auditors. He was delegated as the Home Secretary of India on 31st of August 2015. Prior to his delegation of Home Secretary, he served as the Finance Secretary, and prior to it, he acted as the Chief Secretary of the Rajasthan Government.