Loading...
Testwale Logo

FAQ

How long will it take for my account to be activated once the payment is made?

Once the payment is made, your account will be activated right away.

Pages are not loading properly.

Try checking your internet connection or restart your phone. If the problem still persists, take a screenshot and send us at [email protected], we will look into it.

How can I reset my password?

For the users registered with their mobile number, follow the following steps for resetting your password: 1. You need to enter your mobile number on the log-in page. 2. Click "Forget Password", to get an OTP on your registered number. 3. Using the OTP received on your number, you can now reset your password.

Pages are not loading properly.

Try checking your internet connection or restart your phone. If the problem still persists, take a screenshot and send us at [email protected], we will look into it.

How can I change the language of the article and quizzes?

We have a "Change Language" option in Test Series and Daily Quizzes. If you want the content (test and quiz) in Hindi/English language, go to Settings -> Change Language, to change your default language from Hindi to English or Vice-Versa.

I am unable to make payment for the pass.

In case of failure of a transaction before the amount deduction, we advise the student to try making the payment again. In case of transaction failure after amount deduction either access to the purchased product will be provided within few hours or we request the student to wait for 3 to 4 working days. The money will be credited back to his/her account.

I have made the payment but the tests are not unlocked.

Although rare, if so: You can directly mail us at [email protected] and we will resolve your issue.

What are all the payment methods allowed to buy a plan?

You can pay using: Credit Card/ Debit Card or Through: UPI and Netbanking.

What happens if I get disconnected during a test?

Don't worry! We auto-pause your test so, you can resume the test where you left. The test can also be manually paused by clicking on the "Pause" icon on the top left corner inside the timer circle. Please note: This function is not available in a Live Test.

What are the benefits of the subscription?

Here you will get access to test series and quizzes by top Educators. This will evaluate your learning and measure your progress.

  • Home
  • Current Affairs
  • DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS:Take five pledges to make India a developed nation by 2047: PM

Take five pledges to make India a developed nation by 2047: PM

Tags: National

In his 9th Speech as the Prime Minister of India from the rampart of the Red Fort in Delhi on 15 August 2022 Narendra Modi called upon the people of India to take ‘panch pran’ or pledge to make India a developed country in 2047.

He was addressing the nation on the anniversary of the 75th Independence Day and on the occasion of the 76th Independence Day celebration.

Five Pledges of the Prime Minister 

  • To make India a developed country by 2047  
  • Remove Traces of Colonialism  
  • Take pride in Legacy  
  • Strength of Unity 
  • Fulfill duties as a  Citizens 

Other Highlights of the 76th Independence Day speech of the Prime Minister  

  •  Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyaan aur Jai Anusandhan
  • Emphasizing the importance of cutting edge research in the field of science and technology to solve the problems of the country including Agriculture, he gave a new slogan of “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyaan aur Jai Anusandhan (hail the soldier, farmer, science, and innovation).
  • Here it is important to note that; 
  • Jai Jawan Jai Kishan slogan was given by the former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri
  • Jai Jawan Jai Kishan Jai Vigyaan slogan was given by the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
  • He laid emphasis on gender equality and highlighted increased women's participation, 'Nari Shakti' in all walks of life.
  • The Prime Minister hailed India as an aspirational society, noting that the nation is "the mother of democracy" and has "inherent strength".
  • The Prime Minister asked Indians to adopt a 'Nation First' approach for everything they do. He said that "I urge the youth to dedicate the next 25 years of their lives to the development of the nation.

 Debut of AGTM Gun

  • For the first time an indigenously developed howitzer AGTM (Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System) was used for the ceremonial 21-gun salute, along with British guns that have been traditionally used for the event.
  • The gun has been developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as a pitch to have self-reliance in critical defence technology.

Please Rate this article, so that we can improve the quality for you -

Search By Tags

Committee Festivals of India Russia-Ukraine Sports National Economy/Finance International Relations Government Schemes Popular Defence Books and Authors Science and Technology Summits Economics/Business Awards Person in news State News Important Days Sports News International News National News
serablock login_ch-testwale