03.03.18 West Bengal(WBPSC) Current Affairs

WEST BENGAL   West Bengal government directs to clear the due bonus of Tea estate workers   Darjeeling tea but little bit we know about the grief of workers of Tea Garden in North Bengal. Deaths from malnutrition, suicide owing to poverty are regular phenomena in those tea estates. In a change, the Bengal government directed … Read more

19.01.18 West Bengal(WBPSC) Current Affairs

WEST BENGAL   West Bengal is fast emerging as an all-weather tourist destination   West Bengal is fast emerging as an all-weather destination welcoming tourists on business, social, and leisure trips throughout the year, and in terms of variety of products, the State can be matched by few States, according to Indranil Sen, Minister of State for … Read more

Natural Vegetation of West Bengal

Natural Vegetation of West Bengal Climate is a major determinant of forest types and on a broad sense; rainfall is major factor though temperature, soil, topography etc., play a dominant role. On the other hand, forests exert a great influence on the climate of a country by retaining moisture in the atmosphere. They prevent rapid … Read more

Soils in West Bengal

Soils in West Bengal The soils of Bengal have been studied widely by different scholars. The studies carried out so far lead to the convenient grouping of soils as (i) Laterites, (ii) Red Earths, (iii) Tarai soils, (iv) Alluvial soils and (v) The Coastal soils   To attain scientific management of regional resources and sustainable … Read more

West Bengal human development index

West Bengal human development index India’s sixth largest economy is West Bengal which recorded a gross state domestic product (GSDP) of US$ 132.86 billion in 2014-15. Further, it’s the 2ndmost densely populated state within the country, and is home to one of the most important domestic consumer markets. West Bengal GSDP expanded at a compound … Read more

Rivers of West Bengal

Rivers of West Bengal Drainage systems Drainage systems, also known as river systems, are the patterns formed by the streams, rivers, and lakes in a particular drainage basin. They are governed by the topography of the land, whether a particular region is dominated by hard or soft rocks, and the gradient of the land. River system as a Introduction Ganges enters … Read more

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