Everything you need to know about Nirbhaya Documentary :The Good,The Bad and The Ugly


India’s daughter is directed by an award winning filmmaker Leslee Udwin. Its not just a film for her. Its 2 years of her life. It is initially scheduled to be aired for Women’s day on 8th March 2015. As Indian government has banned the telecast, BBC was stunned and hurried to telecast the film on UK. More than 3 lakh people has viewed the show. More interestingly ,they made the video public through YouTube. Initially YouTube is hesitant to not remove the video. After several requests, Youtube blocked access to several videos. At the time of writing this article, more than dozens of copy of the video is available in the YouTube. This clearly shows that no one likes the ban on the documentary. I am going to dissect the documentary. Let’s start.

The good:

While watching this documentary, you can literally go through some of the sickest and filthiest ever born on the earth . Lets introduce Mukesh, one of the convicts in this brutal rape. He was saying some nonsense and creepy before foreign television. He has completely no respect for law and women. At one point , he even admitted that this brother, Ram sigh, another convict, had already done in similar things in past. He does not have any guilty feeling for committing such a horrific  thing even at this time. Mukesh, one of the rape convict, is the guy in the following image.vlcsnap-2015-03-06-11h31m48s229vlcsnap-2015-03-06-11h31m53s25

We would have never known this filthiest person mentality without this documentary. This is not just about a single case and they are thousands of cases like this and its the time to change everything from the grass root level. According to NCRB , a women is raped in India for every 20 minutes and most of the rapes are under reported. Either the police fails to file FIR or victim does not have interest to go to police station. Even if the victim goes to the police station, victim is accused and has to overcome lots of embarrassing questions on the manner of rape. It is the bitter truth that you have to take it. The average delay in disposing a rape case is 2 years. If accused goes for an appeal, vicious cycle begins again. At one point, most of the victim turns hostile. Lets take an example, if some person was raped in 1992 and if she has been questioned about the manner of rape in 2015, how could she answer? Its after all the bad dream of her life and no one has the right to force her to re live the horrific moment.

At one point in this documentary,  psychologist said that most of the rapist had done more than single rape and some of them even confessed to rape more than 200 people. By this point, you would known the level of under reporting of rape. By this documentary, we came to know that there are many filthy people like him and they have no feeling for their mistake and most importantly they attribute that mistakes to victims.


The Bad

By revealing the name of the identity, BBC has condemned the court’s order. In any rape case, no media has the right to reveal the victim’s name even after the permission of their parents. Its not fair and good. While the case is still in the super court, this documentary may be considered as the interference to the supreme court justice because no foreign personal has the power to investigate a case of this nature.

The ugly 

The most embarrassing part of this documentary will be the speech of two defense lawyer. I literally don’t know how they became a lawyer without having a little respect for a women. Defense lawyer is one of the essential thing of judicial system but these two guys are definitely crazy. At point, a defense lawyer said that Indian culture has no place for a women. What do this lawyer know about Indian culture? Why is this lawyer blabbering some nonsense over a foreign television channel? All British people who had watched this show would have an ugly perception on Indian culture. I do expect such a creepy thing from a horrific rapist but such a statement from a lawyer is unjustifiable. Bar council should revoke his licence to practice. Another defense lawyer gave a extreme statement that he would kill his daughter, if she had went with any boy. B_U3ewjUwAAJ-5w

 Anyway, thank you BBC for showing the real color of some of the filthy lawyers.


Polity mock test 2 for civil service preliminary (level medium)

All the best. Test contains 15 questions and ideal time to complete is 15 minutes. Feedback regarding level of questions will be highly appreciated.

Polity mock test 1 for Civil service Preliminary (Level easy)

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Free Mock Test series for Civil service Exam

In order to help the Civil service aspirants, i am taking a further step. I am introducing series of complete Mock test and sectional mock test for civil service exam. I am going to add at least three mock tests every week. All of them are free. On the successful completion of the mock test, you will be redirected to a page which shows your score. Tentative schedule of upcoming Mock test is given below.

1. Polity Mock Test (Level: Easy)              27-02-2015

2. Polity Mock Test (Level:Medium)          28-02-2015

3.Polity Mock Test (Level:Tough)              29-02-2015

4.Economics Mock Test (Level: Easy)       06-03-2015

5. Economics Mock Test (Level:Medium)   07-03-2015

Complete schedule will be posted soon. Above mock test link will be active around 9 pm on the concerned day.

TNUSRB SI Exam pattern, syllabus and Preparation tips

TNUSRB SI syllabus has been radically changed. By following the pattern of other exams ,more marks has been devoted to aptitude, logical reasoning and Psychology test from this year. Selection process consists of three stages 1. Written test (70 marks) 2. Physical efficiency test(15 marks) 3. VIVA voice (10 marks) . 5 marks has been dedicated as special marks for those who were in NCC(2 marks), NSS(1 mark) and Sports(2 marks).

Written test has 140 questions , each question has 0.5 marks and time to complete them is 2 and half hours. There will be 80 questions from General studies such as history, Geography, General science, Economics, Polity and Current affairs. So General studies section contributes to 40 marks and there will be 60 questions from aptitude, logical reasoning and Psychology so this section contributes 30 marks.

To be on safer side, you need to answer at least 75% of the questions correctly that is you need to answer at least 104 questions correctly. Questions from general studies will be of HSC standard. So prepare from TN books. Except polity ,you can prepare all other subjects related to General studies in TN books. For polity, Lakshimikanth is the best. You can selectively read the Lakshimikanth book as per syllabus.

For aptitude and Reasoning, RS Agarwal book is the best. As more marks is dedicated to this section, prepare well from the RS Agarwal book.

Syllabus( Source: TNUSRB website)

To download the syllabus in PDF format,click here.


The Written Examination for Sub-Inspectors of Police selection will be of degree level with basic knowledge of Class XII of all the subjects as the datum. The syllabus includes the following topics.

Part- I GENERAL KNOWLEDGE – BOTH FOR OPEN AND DEPARTMENTAL CANDIDATES 1. GENERAL SCIENCE: It will cover general appreciation and understanding of science including matters of everyday observations and experience as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made any special study of any scientific discipline. The questions shall be from topics- in Physics, Chemistry and Biology viz. Scientific Instruments, Inventions and Discoveries. Scientists and their contributions, Human Physiology, Diseases and their cause, cure and prevention, Diet and Balanced diet, Human Genetics, Animals, Mammals and Birds, Environment and Ecology, Elements and Compounds. Acids, Bases and Salts and allied subjects, Motion, Newton’s Laws of motion – Properties of Matter, Electricity, National Laboratories and other related topics. All these topics will be of basic nature.

2. HISTORY OF INDIA: Dates and events of Indian History from Indus Valley Civilisation to the present day Indian modern administration.

3. GEOGRAPHY: Regions of India, Weather, Monsoon and Climate, Rainfall, Natural Calamities, Crops, Crops pattern, Indian Towns and Places, Hill Stations, National Parks, Major Ports, Minerals, Location of Major Industries, Forests and Wildlife, Population distribution in India and other related topics.

4. ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE: Agriculture, Major crops and crop pattern in India, Industrial Development, Major, Medium, Small Scale and Cottage Industries of Tamil Nadu Village and Rural Development in India. Housing, Drinking water and other development schemes – price policy, inflation, population and unemployment problems, imports and exports Industrial development and five year planning.

5.INDIAN POLITY: Indian Constitution, Salient Features, Citizenship, Elections, Parliament and State legislature, Executive, States, Judiciary system, Local SelfGovernments, Centre-State Relations, Language Policy and Foreign Policy.

6. CURRENT EVENTS: Latest development in Science and technology, political developments in India, new developments in Trade, Transport and communication, historical events. Fine Arts like dance, drama, films, painting, major literary works, Games and Sports, National, International awards, National and International organizations, Abbreviations, Who is Who, Books and Authors, General Technology, India and its Neighbours, present day India and other related topics. Arts, Literature, Culture of India and Tamil Nadu.


1. LOGICAL ANALYSIS: Analysis of any information logically to find out various dimensions of the information.

2. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS: Quick response with regard to numerical ability will be tested.

3. COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Effective usage of languages will be tested.

4. INFORMATION HANDLING ABILITY: For any given information, the various aspects of the information, the inferences and connected facts will be tested.

5. MENTAL ABILITY TESTS: These tests are meant to verify the candidate’s capability to draw conclusions through, inductive or deductive reasoning. It will include elementary problems from school mathematics.

In addition to the above, the Departmental Quota candidates will have question on the following police subjects in Part-II

1. POLICE STANDING ORDER (PSO): The provisions of PSO and its application at various points during the functioning will be tested.RECRUITMENT OF SUB-INSPECTORS OF POLICE (TALUK) – 2015 3

2. POLICE ADMINISTRATION: General rules with regard to the day to day administration of the department will be tested.

3. CrPC., IPC., EVIDENCE ACT: The basic knowledge and day to day usage in the Police Station and in cases which are handled in the Courts. ***

Note: Departmental quota candidates will write exam for 85 marks. 30 more question will be asked from the above section. For more details regarding Eligibility, Physical Fitness, Reservation, please refer the official notification. If you still have doubt, please do leave a comment.

2015 is the awesome year to get a government Job

If you are still having dream of getting a government, 2015 is the perfect year for you. There are plenty of jobs coming up for you. This article will be based on the upcoming exams in 2015 and includes guide on how to prepare for the exam. There will be at least 5o,000 plus vacancies available in this year. Grab your dream job this year. Start your preparation today and all the best !!!


Exam Name Notification date Exam date
Combined Civil Service Examination-II
(Group-II Interview Posts)Vacancies :908
3rd week of February 2015 10.05.2015(Prelims)26.09.2015(Mains)23.05.2015
 Combined Civil Service Examination-III (Group-IIIA) (Interview Posts) Vacancies: 25 1st week of march 17.05.2015
IES and Geologist’s exam  07.02.2015  23.05.2015
Rectt.of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI
in Delhi Police Examination -2015
28.02.2015 24.05.2015
 14.03.2015 12.06.2015
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I)
Examination- 2015
14.03.2015 14.06.2015
and 21.06.2015
 TNPSC Group 1 First week of April, 2015 05.07.2015
 Combined Higher secondary Level exam(10+2) 11.04.2015 12.07.2015
 TNPSC Group 2-A Second week of May, 2015 16.08.2015
 CSP 16.05.2015 23.06.2015
 Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical &
Mechanical) Examination – 2015
29.03.2015 30.08.2015
 IBPS RRB CWE for Officers Scale I,II and III and Office assistants July 2015 05.09.2015, 06.09.2015, 12.09.2015, 13.09.2015, 19.09.2015,
20.09.2015, 26.09.2015 & 27.09.2015
 Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’
Examination – 2015
09.05.2015 06.09.2015
 IBPS PO/MT August, 2015 03.10.2015, 04.10.2015, 10.10.2015 &11.10.2015(Prelims)31.10.2015(Mains)
 TNPSC VAO 1st week of July, 2015 04.10.2015
 Multi Tasking (Non –Technical) Staff
Examination – 2015
01.08.2015 08.11.2015
 TNPSC Group 4 1st week of August, 2015 15.11.2015
 IFS mains From 21-11-2015
 IBPS clerk October,2015 05.12.2015, 06.12.2015, 12.12.2015, 13.12.2015,
19.12.2015 & 20.12.2015(Prelims)03.01.2016(Mains)
 Civil service Mains 16.05.2015 From 18-12-2015
 IBPS Specialist officer November,2015 30.01.2016 & 31.01.2016

Note: All dates are tentative and above time table gives you idea of the important upcoming exams. SBI PO and clerk exam schedule is not yet out. As soon as they are out, we will update them.

Preparation guides and study plan:

1.Civil service guide

2. Civil service study plan

3. Civil service suggested books and preparation tips

4.Group 1 suggested books and preparation tips

5.Group 2 suggested books and preparation tips

6.Group 4 suggested books and preparation tips

7. How to prepare for any banking exam

8. SBI clerical cadre Guide

Previous question papers:

1. UPSC question papers collection

2. TNPSC group 1 question papers

3.TNPSC group 2 and 2A question papers

4.TNPSC group 4 question papers

5. TNPSC VAO question papers

Free books for civil service and Group 1 in PDF format

More guides , question paper collection and study plan will be updated. Stay tuned!!!