(d) Subhash Chandra Bose and Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya
Answer: C Explanation
After the debacle of Non-Cooperation Movement in 1922, a group of leaders (No-changers: Ansari, Rajapogalachari, Kasturiranga Iyengar, Rajendra Prasad and Vallabha bhai Patel) who still believed in Gandhian methods advocated on continuing Gandhian constructive rural work while another group, the Pro-changers with such stalwarts like Motilal Nehru, C R Das demanded Congress participation in council politics. A compromise was struck by which Pro-changers were allowed to stand for elections even as their faith in the constructive programme was reiterated. In the elections of 1923, the Das-Nehru group under the banner of the Swaraj Party emerged the single largest party in the Central Assembly, Bombay and Bengal Councils.
With reference to Jan Aushadhi Kendras, consider the following statements:
1. Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation(CDSCO) is responsible for co-coordinating procurement, supply and marketing of generic drugs through the Jan Aushadhi Kendras.
2. Jan Aushadhi Kendras can be opened only by State Governments and not by private hospitals.
3. Surgical items are also sold in Jan Aushadi Kendras.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Economic Survey is the flagship annual document of the Ministry of finance. It gives a detailed account of the various sectors of the economy and overall economic scenario of the country in the past years and provides an outline for the year ahead. India’s first economic survey was presented for the financial year 1950- 51. While budget is a constitutional obligation for Union government, Economic Survey is neither a constitutional nor statutory obligation.