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(Written Result) UPSC Combined Defence Services Examination (I), 2024



(Written Result) UPSC Combined Defence Services Examination (I), 2024



On the basis of the results of the COMBINED DEFENCE SERVICES EXAMINATION (I),2024 held by the Union Public Service Commission on 21th April, 2024, 8373 candidates with the following Roll Numbers have qualified for being interviewed by the Service Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence, for admission to (i) Indian Military Academy, Dehradun 158th (DE) Course commencing in January, 2025 (ii) Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala, Course commencing in January, 2025 (iii) Air Force Academy, Hyderabad (Pre-Flying) Training Course (217 F(P)) commencing in January, 2025 (iv) Officers Training Academy, Chennai 121th SSC (Men) (NT) (UPSC) Course commencing in April, 2025 and (v) Officers Training Academy, Chennai, 35th SSC Women (Non-Technical) (UPSC) Course commencing in April, 2025. 

2. The candidature of all the candidates, whose Roll Numbers are shown in the lists below, is provisional. In accordance with the conditions of the admission to the examination, they are required to submit the original certificates in support of age (Date of Birth), educational qualifications, NCC (C) (Army Wing/Senior Division Air Wing/Naval Wing) etc. claimed by them to IHQ of MoD (Army) / Dte Gen of Rtg (Rtg A) CDSE Entry for SSC male candidates and SSC women entry for female candidates West Block III, R. K. Puram, New Delhi-110066 in case of IMA/SSC first choice candidates and IHQ of MoD(Navy DMPR (OI & R Section), Room No. 204,‘C’ Wing, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi110011 in case of Navy first choice candidates and PO3 (A)/Air Headquarters ‘J’ Block, Room No. 17, Opp. Vayu Bhawan, Motilal Nehru Marg, New Delhi-110 106 in case of Air Force first choice candidates by the following dates failing which their candidature will stand cancelled. The original Certificates are to be submitted not later than 01st January, 2025 for IMA & INA,not later than 13th November, 2024 for AFA and not later than 1st April, 2025 in case of SSC course only. The candidates must not send the original Certificates to the Union Public Service Commission. 

3. Candidates who qualified in the written exam and given their first choice as Army (IMA/OTA) are required to register themselves on the recruiting directorate website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in in order to enable them to receive call up information for SSB interview. Those candidates who have already registered on the recruiting directorate website are advised not to register again. 

4. In case, there is any change of address, the candidates are advised to promptly intimate directly to the Army Headquarters/Naval Headquarters/Air Headquarters as the case may be.

5. For any further information, the candidates may contact Facilitation Counter near Gate “C” of the Commission, either in person or on telephone numbers 011-23385271, 011-23381125 and 011- 23098543 between 10:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs on any working day. In addition for SSB/interview related matter the candidates may contact over telephone no. 011-26175473 or joinindianarmy.nic.in for Army as first choice, 011-23010097 / Email: officer-navy@nic.in or joinindiannavy.gov.in for Navy/Naval Academy as first choice and 011-23010231 Extn. 7645 / 7646 / 7610 or www.careerindianairforce.cdac.in for Air Force as first choice. Candidates can also obtain information regarding their result by accessing UPSC website http://www.upsc.gov.in 

6. The marks-sheet of candidates who have not qualified, will be available on the Commission’s website within 15 days from the date of publication of the final result of OTA (after conducting SSB  Interview) and will remain available on the website for a period of 30 days. 

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1.Accountability & Responsibility

  • Judicial Interpretation of Constitution

The judiciary, particularly the Supreme Court, holds the authority to perform the final interpretation of the Constitution. This power is a cornerstone of the doctrine of judicial review, which allows the Supreme Court to assess the constitutionality of legislative and executive actions. When the Supreme Court rules on a constitutional issue, that judgment is virtually final; its decisions can be altered only by the rarely used procedure of constitutional amendment or by a new ruling of the Court.

The Supreme Court's role as the final interpreter of the Constitution is crucial in maintaining the rule of law and protecting fundamental rights. For instance, under Article 13, the Supreme Court can declare laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the Fundamental Rights as null and void. Moreover, Article 32 empowers the Supreme Court to issue directions, orders, or writs for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights.

The Court's interpretative authority ensures that the Constitution remains the supreme law of the land, and all statutory laws must conform to its provisions. This judicial function is essential in checking legislative excesses and executive arbitrariness, thereby safeguarding democracy and upholding the spirit of the Constitution.

The judicial interpretation of a constitution involves the judiciary, particularly the Supreme Court, determining the meaning and scope of constitutional provisions. This process is influenced by various interpretive methods and philosophies, which can significantly impact the understanding of individual rights, freedoms, and the distribution of power among government branches.

Philosophies of Constitutional Interpretation:

•  Textualism: Focuses on the exact wording of the Constitution.

•  Originalism: Seeks to understand the meaning of the text as intended by the framers at the time of enactment.

•  Purposivism: Considers the broader purpose and objectives behind the constitutional provisions.

•  Living Constitutionalism: Advocates for an interpretation that adapts to the evolving social, political, and cultural contexts.

Practice of Constitutional Interpretation:

•  The judiciary uses these philosophies to interpret the Constitution and resolve disputes.

•  Landmark judgments often set precedents, shaping the application of constitutional law.

•  The Supreme Court's interpretations can redefine the distribution of power between government branches and the rights of individuals.

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2. Indian Government and Politics

  • President and Governor power in reference to Scheduled Areas

In the context of Scheduled Areas in India, the President and the Governor have specific powers to ensure the administration and governance of these areas are in tune with the unique needs of the indigenous and tribal populations residing there.

President's Powers:

•  Declaration of Scheduled Areas: The President has the power to declare any area as a Scheduled Area under the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution.

•  Alteration of Boundaries: The President can alter, increase, or decrease the boundaries of Scheduled Areas after consultation with the Governor of the state concerned.

•  Directives: The President can issue directives for the administration of Scheduled Areas.

Governor's Powers:

•  Annual Reports: The Governor is required to submit an annual report to the President regarding the administration of Scheduled Areas within their state.

•  Discretionary Laws: The Governor can direct that any particular law of Parliament or the state legislature does not apply to a Scheduled Area or applies with specified modifications or exceptions.

•  Regulations: The Governor can make regulations to prohibit or restrict the transfer of land by or among members of the Scheduled Tribes in such areas. These regulations require the assent of the President to come into effect.

These powers are designed to protect the rights and interests of the Scheduled Tribes and to promote their welfare and development within the framework of the Constitution.

While the President has the authority to declare and redefine Scheduled Areas, the Governor has a more hands-on role in the administration of these areas, including the application of laws and the creation of regulations specific to the needs of the Scheduled Tribes. Both sets of powers are designed to protect the rights and interests of the Scheduled Tribes and to promote their welfare and development within the framework of the Constitution.

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3. Social Administration

  • Slum Development

Slum development is a critical issue in urban planning and social policy, aiming to improve the living conditions of people residing in densely populated urban areas with inadequate housing and infrastructure. Here's an overview of the challenges, government initiatives, and approaches for slum development in India:

Challenges:

•  Inadequate Urban Planning: Rapid urbanization without corresponding infrastructure development leads to the emergence of slums.

•  Land Pressure: The increasing demand for land in urban areas, coupled with rising property prices, makes affordable housing less accessible.

•  Housing Shortage: A significant deficit in affordable urban housing contributes to the proliferation of slums.

•  Lack of Basic Amenities: Slums often lack essential services such as clean water, sanitation, electricity, and access to education and healthcare.

Government Initiatives:

•  Slum Redevelopment Projects: Projects like the Dharavi Slum Redevelopment Project in Mumbai aim to transform slums into planned residential areas.

•  Urban Housing Programs: Initiatives such as the Pradhan MantriAwasYojana (PMAY) seek to provide affordable housing to the urban poor.

Approach for Redevelopment:

•  Participatory Planning: Involving slum residents in the planning process to ensure that redevelopment meets their needs and preferences.

•  Sustainable Urbanization: Ensuring that urbanization is managed in a way that prevents the further expansion of slums.

•  Provision of Basic Amenities: Upgrading slum areas by providing necessary infrastructure and services.

A citywide approach to slum upgrading is advocated, shifting from piecemeal interventions to comprehensive programs that address the needs of all slum dwellers within a city. This involves collaboration between government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and the community to create sustainable and inclusive urban environments. The goal is not just to improve physical infrastructure but also to enhance the social and economic well-being of slum residents.

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4. Current Topics

  • Black Money

"Black money" refers to funds earned through illegal activity or otherwise legal income that is not recorded for tax purposes. The term encompasses a range of financial activities, including tax evasion, corruption, and illicit financial flows. Here's an overview of the various aspects of black money:

Legal Framework:

•  Black Money Act, 2015: India's Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015, targets undisclosed foreign income and assets. It imposes a tax rate of 30% and a penalty of 90% on the undisclosed amount.

Challenges:

•  Tax Evasion: A significant challenge in curbing black money is the evasion of taxes by individuals and corporations.

•  Corruption: Black money is often generated through corrupt practices, including bribery and embezzlement.

•  Illicit Financial Flows: Money is illegally transferred or utilized across borders, often to safe havens.

Government Measures:

•  Demonetization: In 2016, India demonetized high-value currency notes to tackle black money and corruption.

•  International Cooperation: India has been part of global efforts to exchange financial information and reduce tax evasion.

Criticism:

•  Economic Disruption: Measures like demonetization can disrupt the economy and affect the poor disproportionately.

•  Enforcement: Effective enforcement of laws against black money remains a challenge.

Impact:

•  Economy: Black money can undermine the formal economy and reduce government revenues.

•  Society: It can lead to social inequality and loss of public trust in institutions.

Combating black money requires a multifaceted approach, including robust legal frameworks, international cooperation, and strong enforcement mechanisms. It's a continuous effort to ensure economic integrity and social equity.

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5. Indian Administration

  • Distribution of Financial Resources between State and local body

The distribution of financial resources between the State and local bodies in India is governed by a set of constitutional provisions and practices that aim to ensure an equitable division of financial powers and responsibilities. Here's an overview of the principles and practices:

Principles:

•  Decentralization: The Constitution of India advocates for a decentralized governance structure, allowing local bodies to manage their own financial resources.

•  Subsidiarity: Financial powers are allocated to the lowest appropriate level of government to ensure efficiency and responsiveness to local needs.

•  Equity: The distribution system aims to address disparities by allocating resources to local bodies based on need, capacity, and performance.

Practice:

•  Finance Commissions: Both the Union Finance Commission and the State Finance Commissions play a pivotal role in recommending the distribution of financial resources between the state and local bodies.

•  Grants and Allocations: Local bodies receive funds through various grants, including statutory grants under Article 275 and discretionary grants under Article 282 of the Constitution.

•  Own Revenues: Local bodies are empowered to collect taxes, fees, and other charges within their jurisdiction to fund their activities.

Statutory Bodies:

•  State Finance Commissions: Constituted every five years, they recommend the principles governing the distribution of financial resources between the state and local bodies.

Challenges and Reforms:

•  Adequate Empowerment: Ensuring local bodies have sufficient fiscal autonomy and resources to fulfill their responsibilities remains a challenge.

•  Fiscal Decentralization: Efforts are ongoing to enhance fiscal decentralization and strengthen the financial capabilities of local bodies.

The practice of distributing financial resources is a dynamic process that evolves with the changing needs of the society and the economy. It is crucial for the development of local governance and the effective delivery of services at the grassroots level.

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(MARCH 2024)


1.Accountability & Responsibility

  • Executive Control over Bureaucracy

Executive control over bureaucracy refers to the mechanisms through which the executive branch of a government, typically led by the President or Prime Minister, exercises oversight and direction over the administrative agencies, departments, and officials that constitute the bureaucracy. This control is essential for ensuring that the bureaucracy effectively implements government policies and adheres to the legal framework.

In democratic systems, executive control over bureaucracy is achieved through various means:

 Appointments: The executive has the power to appoint the heads of various departments and agencies, which allows for alignment with the administration's policy goals.

•  Rulemaking: Executives can influence the rulemaking process, which involves detailing how new policies and regulations will be implemented within agencies.

•  Budgetary Control: The executive can propose budgets that allocate resources to different bureaucratic agencies, effectively controlling their priorities and activities.

•  Executive Orders: Presidents or Prime Ministers can issue executive orders to direct the bureaucracy in specific ways, often bypassing the legislative process.

•  Oversight and Evaluation: Regular evaluations and oversight mechanisms are in place to monitor the performance and compliance of bureaucratic agencies.

These controls are designed to maintain the accountability of the bureaucracy while allowing the executive to effectively govern and implement its policy agenda. It's important to note that while the executive has significant control over the bureaucracy, there are also checks and balances in place to prevent the misuse of power and ensure that the bureaucracy can operate without undue political interference.

Maintaining a balance between political oversight and bureaucratic independence presents several challenges:

•  Political Interference: Excessive political interference can undermine the autonomy of the bureaucracy, leading to a lack of impartiality in administrative decisions.

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2. Indian Government and Politics

  • Discretionary Powers of President and Governor

The discretionary powers of the President and the Governors in India are a unique aspect of the Indian Constitution, allowing for certain decisions to be made independently of the elected legislature or executive.

For the President of India, the discretionary powers include:

•  Suspensive Veto: The President can return a bill (except a money bill) to Parliament for reconsideration. However, if the bill is passed again, the President must give assent.

•  Pocket Veto: The President can withhold assent to a bill indefinitely, as there is no time limit specified for presidential action on a bill.

•  Seeking Information: The President can seek information from the Prime Minister regarding the administration of the affairs of the union.

•  No Majority: In the case of no clear majority in Lok Sabha, the President can use discretion in inviting a leader to form the government.

•  No-confidence Motion: If a no-confidence motion is passed, the President has the discretion to dissolve Lok Sabha or invite another leader to form the government.

For the Governors of States, the discretionary powers are categorized into:

•  Constitutional Discretion: Powers explicitly provided by the Constitution, such as granting pardons or commuting sentences under Article 161.

•  Situational Discretion: Powers used in specific situations that are not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution but arise from the necessity of a circumstance.

These powers ensure the smooth functioning of the democratic structure and provide a mechanism to resolve conflicts or issues that may arise at both the central and state levels. It's important to note that while these powers give certain autonomy, they are also subject to scrutiny and must be exercised judiciously within the framework of the Constitution.

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3. Social Administration

  • Women Centric Budget

The philosophy behind a Women Centric Budget is rooted in the concept of gender budgeting. It's an approach that aims to integrate a gender perspective at all levels of the budgetary process, ensuring that gender equality commitments are translated into fiscal commitments. The Union Budget 2024 of India, which is expected to be women-centric, reflects this philosophy by focusing on initiatives that empower women and promote gender equality.

The key principles of a Women Centric Budget include:

•  Equity: Ensuring fair allocation of resources to address the specific needs of women and girls.

•  Empowerment: Providing women with the tools and opportunities to participate fully in the economy and society.

•  Efficiency: Allocating resources in a way that maximizes the social and economic return on investment, particularly in terms of women's development.

•  Effectiveness: Ensuring that the allocated resources actually reach women and have a positive impact on their lives.

By adopting this philosophy, the government aims to create a more inclusive economy where women's contributions are recognized and valued, ultimately leading to sustainable development and growth. The Women Centric Budget is not just about funding explicit gender equality initiatives; it's also about analyzing fiscal policies and budgetary decisions to understand their impact on gender equality and using this information to design and implement more effective gender policies.

A women-centric budget refers to a budget that is designed with a focus on women's needs and aims to promote gender equality. The Union Budget 2024 of India is expected to be women-centric, with heightened expectations for a gender-centric approach by the Centre.

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4. Current Topics

  • Parliamentary Election 2024

The Parliamentary Election 2024 in India is a significant event, scheduled to be held in seven phases from April 19 to June 1, 2024. The votes will be counted on June 4, 2024, and the results will be declared on the same day. This election will determine the composition of the 18th Lok Sabha, the lower house of India's bicameral parliament.

The election is set to be one of the largest democratic exercises in history, with approximately 970 million people eligible to vote out of a population of 1.4 billion. The legislative assembly elections in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, and Sikkim will be held simultaneously with the general election.

The incumbent Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is seeking a third consecutive term, and the major political parties contesting include the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC), among others. The election will be a crucial determinant of India's political and economic direction for the next five years.

The Parliamentary Election 2024 in India is set to be a landmark event with several important facts and figures:

•  Total Electors: The election will see a total of 96.8 crore electors participating, which includes 1.8 crore first-time voters.

•  Gender Ratio: In 12 states, the ratio of female voters is higher than that of male voters, with over 85 lakh first-time female voters expected to participate.

•  Voter Demographics: There are 19.47 crore voters between the ages of 20-29, reflecting the youth's significant role in this election.

•  Inclusivity: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has registered approximately 82 lakh Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), 2.2 lakh centenarians (100+), and 48k third-gender voters, showcasing its commitment to inclusive electoral rolls.

•  Logistics: The logistical scale of the election includes 10.5 lakh polling stations, 1.5 crore polling officials and security staff, 55 lakh Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), and 4 lakh vehicles.

•  Historical Context: This will be the first general election after significant events such as the abolition of Article 370, the creation of the Hindu Temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya, and the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act.

•  Incumbent Prime Minister: Narendra Modi is contesting for a third consecutive term, aiming to equal the record of India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.

These facts highlight the scale and significance of the upcoming elections, which are not only crucial for India's democratic process but also for setting the direction of the nation's future policies and development. The elections are a testament to the vibrancy of Indian democracy and its ability to engage a diverse and vast electorate.

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5. Indian Administration

  • Ombudsman

The concept of the Ombudsman has a rich history and originates from Sweden. The term "Ombudsman" is derived from Old Norse and Swedish, with the Old Norse words "umboð" (commission) and "maðr" (man) forming the basis for the Swedish word "ombudsman," which means "representative" or "agent".

Historical Origins:

•  The earliest form of an ombudsman-like role can be traced back to China during the Qin Dynasty (221 BC) and later in Korea during the Joseon Dynasty.

•  In Korea, the position of "secret royal inspector," or "amhaeng-eosa," was unique to the Joseon Dynasty. These inspectors were appointed by the king to monitor government officials and look after the populace while traveling incognito.

•  The Roman Tribune also had similar roles, with the power to veto acts that infringed upon the Plebeians.

•  Another precursor to the ombudsman was the "Diwān al-Maẓālim," which dates back to the second caliph, Umar (634–644), and the concept of "Qaḍī al-Quḍāt" in the Islamic tradition.

Modern Development:

•  The modern Ombudsman institution began in Sweden in 1809, more than two centuries ago, to protect citizens' rights and ensure that government officials are accountable.

•  The Swedish Ombudsman was appointed by the Parliament to oversee the government's compliance with laws and regulations.

•  Following Sweden's example, other countries adopted the concept, with Finland establishing an Ombudsman in 1919, Denmark in 1955, and Norway in 1961.

•  By the end of the 20th century, the role of the Ombudsman had been instituted by most governments and some intergovernmental organizations, such as the European Union.

Today, the Ombudsman serves as an independent and impartial intermediary between the state and the citizens, addressing complaints about maladministration and ensuring that people's rights are protected. The institution has evolved to include specialized roles such as children's ombudsmen and has expanded to cover various sectors, including the private sector in some cases.

An Ombudsman is an official, usually appointed by the government, who investigates complaints made by individuals against public entities or organizations. The role of an Ombudsman is to address these complaints by mediating fair settlements or recommending solutions to resolve any issues.

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