Indian River System role in the development

The major rivers of India are playing a key role in the development of our country these rivers are acting as centers for many economical sectors such as agriculture, industries , electricity And transportation the fertile lands and deltas that are required for agriculture are derived from course
from of these rivers

Indian Rivers system can be classified into three groups
(1) perennial River system
(2) Rainfed river system
(3) Underground river system

Perennial River system
Perennial rivers have water flow throughout the year due to twin sources from Himalayan Glacier and Rains done of these rivers are originated earlier than Himalayas and some are originated later Himalayas. These rivers are younger compared to Rainfed rivers. Perennial river system mainly comprises of three rivers systems.

(1) Indus river system
(2) Brahmaputra river system
(3) Ganga river system

Indus river system : The Indus river originates at Gartung Chu (or) Bokhar Chu near Manasarovar in Tibet and into Pakistan through Jammu Kashmir of India. It obtains to Arabian sea at Karachi in Pakistan.

The Indus river is called as Singi Kambhan (or) Long Chem kambhan in Tibet and is 2,880 kilometers long. Only 709 kilometers of Indus rivers flows in India. The catchment area of Indus river is spread in 3,21,000 sq km. It is the longest and biggest of all rivers that are draining into Arabian sea. In India it flows only through Jammu Kashmir our country has got the name India on the name of the rivers Indus. The right side tributaries of Indus river are shyok , Gilgit, Garatung, Hunza, Kabul, Gomal etc. The left side tributaries of Indus river are Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas, Sutlej.

JHELUM: The earlier name of Jhelum river is `vitasta’. It originates at verinag in pirpanjal ranges. It joins Chenab river at Trimmu.

CHENAB: THE earlier name of Chenab is `Askini’.
It originates at Barauachala in Himachal Pradesh. It was formed due to join of two small rivers namely Chandra and Bhaga
It brings largest amount of water among all the tributaries of Indus river.

RAVI: The older name of Ravi is Parushini. It is also called as Travady river (or) Lahore river. It originates at Rohat gang in Kulu valley. It joins into Chenab river at Rangapur.
BEAS: The older name of Beas river is vipasa. It originates at Beaskund in Kulu valley and flour in kangra valley. This originates and ends in India.

SUTLEJ: The older name of Sutlej river is satudri. It originates near the kakshastal in manasarovar. According to the Indus water treaty made between India and Pakistan on September 19,1960,pakistan uses the water of Indus, Jhelum, Chenab.

Brahmaputra River System: The River Brahmaputra originates at chemayndung glacier near manasarovar in Tibet and flows towards east into China, India. It finally joins with Ganga in Bangladesh and drains into Bay of Bengal. It flows through India about 885 km. It is called as Tsang po in Tibet Dihang in Arunachal Pradesh. Dihang in Assom ,padma in northen Bangladesh and Meghana in southern Bangladesh. It is also called as Red river as it flows on the red lands of Assom. The world`s largest delta Sundarbans is formed due to the join of Brahmaputra and Ganga.
Dhansiri, satasiri, sankosh, manas, Bharoti, Lohit, Ditang, teesta, gangadhar are the tributaries of Brahmaputra river. Teesta river was originated near chitamu lake in Tibet. It has been the tributary of ganga till 1877. Due to an earthquake in 1887 it changed as the tributary of Brahmaputra.

Ganga River System: The river ganga originates at Devaprayag where Alkananda joins with Bhagirathi. It flows through Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh , Bihar and enters into West Bengal and divides into two branches as Padma river and Hugli river. Ganga flows through longest distance of 1450 km in Uttar Pradesh. The total length of ganga is 2525km and in India it is 2415km long. It is the longest river in India and occupies 1/4th part of India`s area.

Ram Ganga, Gomathi, Ghagra, kosi, gandak are the left tributaries of Ganga. Yamuna, Chambal, Betwa, ken, son, Damodar are the right tributaries of Ganga.

GANDAK: It originates in between Mount Everest and Dhaulagiri at nearly 7000m height. It is called as Saligrami in Nepal and Narayani in Bihar. It joins Ganga near Patna

GHAGRA: It is also called as `Karanali’. It originates near gurnamandheeta peak in Nepal and joins Ganga at Dhavra in Bihar. Sarada is its tributary which is also called as `choka’,`Kali’.

DRAINING AND CONSERVATION: 90% of the total water of India mixes in Bay of Bengal and only 10% mixes in Arabian sea 77% of the Indian rivers are draining into Bay of Bengal and 23% of Indian rivers are draining in to Arabian sea 38 rivers of Indian river system are taken under river conservation plan.
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GST Online Registration at, GST registration schedule

GST Online RegistrationGST registration schedule state wice for GST Registration Online at
GST registration opens from 01.01.2017, procedure to enroll for GST registration to taxpayers. The SGT implementation will be starts from 01.04.2017, the existing taxpayers will have to enroll themselves under the GST system in online at

The schedule of the enrolment activation drive for states is given below. We encourage you to complete the enrolment during the specified dates.

State wise GST Registrations dates:
  • Puducherry, Sikkim: 08/11/2016 to 23/11/2016
  • Maharashtra, Goa, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh: 14/11/2016 to 30/11/2016
  • Gujarat: 15/11/2016 to 30/11/2016
  • Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram: 30/11/2016 to 15/12/2016
  • Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan: 16/12/2016 to 31/12/2016
  • Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh: 01/01/2017 to 15/01/2017
Enrollment of Taxpayers who are registered under Central Excise Act/ Service Tax Act but not registered under State VAT: 01/01/2017 to 31/01/2017

Delta All Registrants (All Groups): 01/02/2017 to 20/03/2017

Simple procedure to GST registrations:
  • Paperless procedure
  • Provisional ID and password
  • Documents and information required
  • Fill information and submit
GST registration state wice for GST Registration Online at 
  • Visit
  • Login page display
  • Enter provisional id and password it is sending to your Email and mobile number’
  • Enter OTP it is also send to your mobile number
  • You can choose new user name and password
  • User name should contains 8-15 numbers
  • Password should have 8- 15 numbers like alphabets one uppers case, one lower case, numeric symbols
  • Conform your user name and it is not deleted up to 01-04-2017
  • You can get 5 security questions just answer those and note those answers and questions for further usage
  • By using new id and password you can enter to login into GSTN common portal’
  • After login just click on provisional ID enrollment
  • Enter all the details as shown on that page and save details
  • Now DSC also in same GSTN portal after save you can do this DSC
  • How to enter Digital signature:
  • Update DSC option is there in GSTN portal
  • Enter PAN number
  • Now choose your Sign and submit
  • Now you can get Registration number
  • Now you can upload documents in online and save
  • After checking you can go to save conform option
  • You can completed provisional registration
  • This is the way to register in GST portal.
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APPSC Group 2 Notification 2016 to 982 posts Released

Download APPSC Group 2 notification to 982 posts…
APPSC Group 2 Notification

Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission Notification No.18/2016, Dt. 08/11/2016 Group-II Services General Recruitment to fill the following posts.

APPSC Group 2 notification to 982 posts list of posts as follows

  • Municipal Commissioner Grade-III in A.P. Municipal Commissioner Subordinate Service
  • Asst. Commercial Tax Officer in A.P. Commercial Taxes Sub- ordinate Service
  • Sub-Registrar Grade-II in A.P Registration Sub -ordinate Service
  • Deputy Tahsildar in A.P. Revenue Subordinate Service
  • Assistant Labour Officer in A.P. Labour & Employment Sub- ordinate Service
  • Assistant Development Officers in A.P. Handloom & Textile Department
  • Extension Officer in PR & RD Department
  • Prohibition & Excise Sub Inspector in A.P. Prohibition & Excise Sub-Service
  • Assistant Section Officer (GAD) in A.P. Secretariat Sub. Service
  • Assistant Section Officer (Finance Dept.,) in A.P. Secretariat Sub ordinate Service
  • Assistant Section Officer (Law Dept.,) in A.P. Secretariat Sub ordinate Service
  • Assistant Section Officer (Legislature Dept.,) in A.P. Legislature Secretariat Service
  • Senior Auditor in A.P. State Audit Subordinate Service
  • Senior Accountant in A.P. Treasuries & Accounts (HOD) Sub Service
  • Senior Accountant in A.P. Treasuries & Accounts (District Sub Service
  • Junior Accountant in various Departments in A.P Treasuries & Accounts Sub-Service
  • Junior Assistants in Government Examination in A.P. Ministerial Service
  • Junior Assistants Labour Department in A.P. Ministerial Service
  • Junior Assistants in PH & ME Dept., in A.P. Ministerial Service
  • Junior Assistants in A.P. Transport Department
  • Junior Assistants in A.P. Director General of Prisons & Correctional Services
  • Junior Assistants in A.P. Women Development Child welfare Department
  • Junior Assistants in A.P. Drugs & Copy Rights Departments
  • Junior Assistant in A.P. Agriculture Department
  • Junior Assistant (Chief Commissioner of Land Administration
  • Junior Assistant in Prohibition & Excise Department
  • Junior Assistant in sugar and Cane Department
  • Junior Assistant in A.P Roads & Building Department
  • Junior Assistant in Survey Settlement Department
  • Junior Assistant in A.P Civil Supplies Department
  • Junior Assistant in A.P BC-Welfare Department
  • Junior Assistant in A.P Anti Corruption Bureau
  • Senior Accountant in A.P Insurance (Directorate)
  • Senior Accountant in Insurance A.P.G.L.I Sub-Service

I. Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam. (SKM, VZM, VSP,)
II. East Godavari, West Godavari and Krishna. (EG, WG, KST)
III. Guntur, Prakasam and Nellore. (GNT, PKM, NLR)
IV. Chittoor, Kadapa, Anantapur and Kurnool. (CTR, KDP, ATP, KNL)

Get detailed APPSC Group 2 notification 2016 and Appsc Group II online application details here.
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APPSC Group 2 online application 2016 submissions begin

APPSC Group 2 online application
 APPSC Group 2 Notification No: 18/2016 - Recruitment for Group II services released...
APPSC Group 2 Notification 2016 Application form starts from 11.11.2016, APPSC Group 2 jobs details of application form, exam date, syllabus, hall ticket, exam pattern, last date to apply online, eligibility, salary, schedule, result date etc. APPSC Group 2 online application notification is released by Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) for 982 executive and non executive posts.

Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) released official notification to fill 982 vacancies, so all the eligible candidates submit their APPSC Group 2 online application form 2016 in

APPSC Group 2 Application 2016 Apply Online, APPSC Group 2 online application 2016 is available on 11-11-2016. Candidates should complete the one time profile registration process. Last date to submit APPSC group 2 application is 10 December 2016 official website

APPSC Group 2 Application 2016 from – 11 November 2016
Last date to submit application 10 December 2016
Online fee payment dates: 11-11-2016 to 10-12-2016.

APPSC Group 2 online application apply now

How to apply APSPSC Group 2 Recruitment Notification 2016 -17
  • Log on to the official website or open the link given below.
  • Go through the notification clearly
  • Then Click on the apply online link.
  • Enter the APSPSC ID and date of birth.
  • Enter all the details asked like qualification
  • Click on submit button.
  • Make the Application Fee payment.
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AUDA, KUDA, GUDA and NUDA new urban development authorities of Andhra Pradesh

urban development authorities
Andhra Pradesh Government forming of four new urban development authorities for fast development and economic growth in state.

AUDA: Anantapur Urban Development Authority covering Anantapur, Hindupur, and Dharmavaram covering 2791.78 sq km;

KUDA: Kurnool Urban Development Authority covering Kurnool, Atmakur, and Nandyal covering 1656.76 sq km — both in Rayalaseema;

GUDA: Godavari Urban Development Authority covering Kakinada, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Katipudi and Peddapurm in East Godavari district;

NUDA: Nellore Urban Development Authority (NUDA) covering 1644.17 sq km in Nellore district. Civic bodies close to NH such as Kavali, Nellore, Gudur, Nayudupet and Sullurpet will be part of NUD.

Urban Development Authorities priority would be to provide drinking water supply to households, sewerage and storm water drainage system, solid waste management, and develop modern urban transport.

There is no need for real-estate developers to approach district, town and country planning wing for permissions once Urban Development Authorities is in place. Residential buildings within 10 meters height can obtain permission from their respective local bodies.

The Urban Development Authority thoroughly examines title deeds before granting permission for layouts to protect the interests of the buyers.
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