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PPSC - 75 POSTS OF CIVIL JUDGE (JUNIOR DIVISION) CUM-JUDICIAL MAGISTRATE


Last date for Filling Application Form08/05/2019  

Last date for depositing the Application Fee by using the print out of system generated Fee Challan Form15/05/2019 

Last Date for Submitting the Hard Copy of the Application Form along with self attested copies of the certificates and Challan FormNot Applicable  


The Punjab Public Service Commission invites Online Application Forms from eligible candidates for Punjab Civil Service (Judicial Branch) Examination 2019 to be conducted jointly by Punjab Public Service Commission and Hon'ble High Court of Punjab & Haryana for recruitment to the Seventy Five posts of Civil Judge (Junior Division) cum-Judicial Magistrate.
This examination shall be conducted in three stages namely: 
  • Preliminary Examination 
  • Main Examination 
  • Viva Voce
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E-MAIL ADDRESS - 0175-5014811,22

Acid rain - it's measurement and prevention


Acid rain is a result of air pollution. When any type of fuel is burnt, lots of different chemicals are produced. The smoke that comes from a fire or the fumes that come out of a car exhaust don't just contain the sooty grey particles that you can see - they also contains lots of invisible gases that can be even more harmful to our environment.Power stations, factories and cars all burn fuels and therefore they all produce polluting gases. Some of these gases (especially nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxide) react with the tiny droplets of water in clouds to form sulphuric and nitric acids. The rain from these clouds then falls as very weak acid - which is why it is known as "acid rain".

Measurement of acid rain - 

Acid Rain
Acidity and alkalinity are measured using a pH scale for which 7.0 is neutral. The lower a substance's pH (less than 7), the more acidic it is; the higher a substance's pH (greater than 7), the more alkaline it is. Normal rain has a pH of about 5.6; it is slightly acidic because carbon dioxide (CO2) dissolves into it forming weak carbonic acid.  Acid rain usually has a pH between 4.2 and 4.4.

Effects of Acid Rain -

  • Soil pollution
  • Damage to forests
  • Effect on human health
  • Effect on materials
  • Visibility impairment 
  • Effect on paint coatings

How to prevent acid rain - 

  • Use energy efficiently
  • Reuse the materials 
  • Travel by bus or train for long distances
  • Travel by cycle or by walking for small distances
  • Use high quality fuels that creates less pollution.

What is Green Building ?

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Green Building 

A ‘green’ building is a building that, in its design, construction or operation, reduces or eliminates negative impacts, and can create positive impacts, on our climate and natural environment. Green buildings preserve precious natural resources and improve our quality of life.

Any building can be a green building, whether it’s a home, an office, a school, a hospital, a community centre, or any other type of structure, provided it includes features listed below.

  • Efficient use of energy, water and other resources
  • Use of renewable energy, such as solar energy
  • Pollution and waste reduction measures, and the enabling of re-use and recycling
  • Good indoor environmental air quality
  • Use of materials that are non-toxic, ethical and sustainable
  • Consideration of the environment in design, construction and operation
  • Consideration of the quality of life of occupants in design, construction and operation
  • A design that enables adaptation to a changing environment





Rainwater harvesting

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Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is a simple method by which rainfall is collected for future usage. The collected rainwater may be stored, utilised in different ways.
With depleting groundwater levels and fluctuating climate conditions, RWH can go a long way to help to tackle these effects. Capturing the rainwater can help recharge local aquifers, reduce urban flooding and most importantly ensure water availability in water-scarce zones.

This method of conservation of water can be used in homes , parks etc. Farmers can use rainwater harvesting for
  • To recharge their dry borewell
  • To improve water supply
  • To increase food production
  • To increase life of water resources

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