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Typing Passages for SSC CGL & CHSL – DEST Samples

Typing Passages for SSC CGL & CHSL – DEST Samples

 Typing Passages for
SSC CGL & CHSL  – DEST Samples

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Pranab Kumar Mukherjee was born 11 December 1935 is the 13th
and current  President of India in office since July 2012. In a political
career spanning six decades, Mukherjee was a senior leader of the Indian
National Congress and occupied several ministerial portfolios in the Government
of India Prior to his election as President Mukherjee was Union Finance
Minister from 2009 to 2012, and the Congress party’s top trouble shooter.

 Mukherjee got his break in politics in
1969 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi helped him get elected to the Rajya
Sabha, the upper house of Parliament, on a Congress ticket, Following a
meteoric rise, he became on of Indira Gandhi’s most trusted lieutenants, and a
minister in her cabinet by 1973. During the controversial Internal Emergency of
1975-77, he was accused (like several other ministers) of committing gross
excesses. Mukerjee’s serve in number of ministerial capacities culminated in
his first stint as finance minister in 1982 to 1985.

 Mukherjee was sidelined from the
congress during the premiership of Rajiv Gandhi Indira’s son Mukherjee had
viewed himself and not the inexperienced Rajiv, as the right successor to
Indira following her assassination in 1984. Mukherjee lost out in the ensuing
power struggle. He formed his own party, the Rashtiya Samjwadi Congress, which
merged with the Congress in 1989 after reaching a compromise with Rajiv Gandhi.
Mukherjee’s political career revived when Prime Minister P.V. Narshimha Rao
appointed him Planning Commission head in 1991 and foreign minister in 1995.
Following this, as slender statesman of the Congress Mukherjee was the
principal architect of Sonia Ganhi’s ascension to the party’s presidency in
1998. When the congress led United Progressive Alliance UPA came into power in
2004, Mukherjee, never a mass leader, won a Lok Sabha (the popularly elected
lower house of Parliament) seat for the first time.

2. SSC CGL 2013

But there is long way to go. We have set an ambitious target
of skilling 50 million people in the 12th Plan period, including 9 million in
2013-14. We have to pull out all stops to achieve this objective. Funds will be
released by the National Rural Livelihood Mission and the National Urban Livelihood
Mission to be spent on skill development activities. 5 percent of the Border
Area Development Programme Fund,, 10 percent of the Special Central Assistance
to the Scheduled Csate sub plan and the Tribal sun plan, and some other funds
will also be used for skill development.

purpose to increase the allocation for Defence to Rs 203,672 crore. This will
include Rs 86,741 crore for capital expenditure. The minister of Defence has
been most understanding, and I assure him and the House that constraints will
not come in the way of providing any additional requirement for the security of
the nation.

         Despite our constraints we must find
resources for science and technology and for Space Atomic Energy etc. I propose
to allocate Rs 6,275 crore to the Ministry of Science & Technology; Rs
5.615 crore to the Department of Space, and Rs 5,880 crore to the Department of
Atomic Energy. Hon’ble Members will be happy to know that these amounts are
substantial enhancements.

       While we extol the virtuous of science and
technology (S&T), I think we do not pay enough attention to science and
technology for the common man, with the hep of the ministry of Science and
Technology and the Principal Scientific adviser to the Government, I have
identified a few amazing S&T innovations. I propose to set apart Rs 200
crore to fund organization that will scale up and make these products available
to the people. I propose to ask the National Innovation Council to formulate a
scheme for the management and application of the fund.

        Continuing the tradition of supporting institution
of excellence, I propose to make
a grant of Rs 100 crore each to:

– Aligarh Muslim University, Banaras Hindu University etc.


3. CHSL 2017 Tier- 3 DEST Paper

Money stashed abroad is not always the money which has been
evaded form payment of taxes. Drugh lords terrorists groups gangsters all over
the world along with International Syndicate also keep their money in safe
haven, where they can lay their hands on it in time of need for their
operational purposes. There is no mechanism with the Government to determine
and say with cent surely that the money hoarded abroad is only the one that has
been evaded from the taxes and not the other crime linked cash. The Revenue
Department and other agencies of the Government like the RAW and State Trading
Organisations have their offices abroad. There is no common mandate to them to
report any suspicious transactions by the Indian either visiting or staying

 The stark truth is that the black money is the result of high level
corruption prevailing in our country. The schemes meant for the poor, even as
per  the Government reports are not implemented and the money siphoned
off. Even laws permit every criminal whether in jail or on bail to hide their
names and crimes and create false alibis. But, here the Government is creating
alibis for those people whose names have been received and disclosed as the
persons who are having cash which is got illegally and is not from any known
legal sources. They have stashed cash in safe tax heavens abroad. Even the
supreme Court, the Apex Court of India, says that nothing moves without bribery
in India.


 A good and alert cop even on a tourist visa can spot Indians about and
visiting these safe tax heavens or Swiss banks. The rest of the job of tracing
the flight of black money form India can be done locally provided the
Government has the will. So far, the Government has been making excuses, some
tenable and some untenable. Unfortunately, no Government irrespective of the
party in power has taken even a genuine small step to stop the generation and
flight of black money from India, forget about getting the black money back.


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