Q: Explain how the use of information and communication technology can help in reducing corruption? Illustrate with examples.
Q: What are the components of current account in balance of payment? What are the current challenges that India is facing in maintaining current account balance?
Q: Discuss the factors required for the development of Tea industry in India. Explain how climate change can impact the tea industry of India.
Q: Millet production can be a solution in tackling prolonged problems of hunger and malnutrition. Explain this statement. Also discuss measures taken by government to promote millet production.
Q: Explain how localization of SDGs enable India to achieve its target by 2030. Also discuss the challenges associated with the localization of SDGs.
Q: Highlight the economic and environmental significance of Mangroves. What are the threats facing Mangroves in India?
Q: India has been struggling for past few years to get permanent status in the UNSC but relatively remained unsuccessful in achieving its goal. In this regard assess the role of India in the UNSC and explain why India has not able to get permanent seat yet ?
Q: India has huge potential in demographic dividend which cannot be realized until human resource development does not take place. Explain.
Q: Discuss the features of small satellite launch vehicle (SSLV). Explain how it will benefit the space sector in India?
Q: International discussions on climate change, terrorism and energy shortage are at one time bringing nations together while at another time it is creating rift among the nations. Explain.
Q: Indian cinema can act as a soft power tool in building cultural, social and economic ties with other nations. Explain.
Q : Critically examine the effectiveness of Electoral bonds in making election funding process transparent. Also suggest some other measures that are required to make the funding process more transparent.
Q. The scope of terror financing has expanded with the development of emerging technologies. Discuss some measures taken by India to eliminate such menace. Also suggest some other measures to effectively tackle and counter the terror financing issues.
Q: The globe is warming due to climate change while the nations across the world are debating over similar talks in UNFCCC COPs since the past two decades. Do you agree that the convention primarily established for tackling climate change has now become futile and is majorly concerned with each nation focusing on its national interest and bypassing international issues? Critically examine.
Q: Discuss the salient features of Agri export policy, 2018. Explain how increase in Agri exports will benefit farmers?
Q: There is a need to increase expenditure on research and development in order to achieve atmanirbharta in defense sector. Explain.
Q : The manner of appointment of governors has been constantly debated. Addressing the issues with the current appointment process, suggest measures to resolve them.
Q : "If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel that there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are father, mother and teacher” APJ Abdul Kalam.
Q: India is increasingly seeking to settle international transactions in rupees. Highlight the challenges and opportunities of the same.
Q: Reservation is an affirmative action by the state to uplift the disadvantaged sections of society. In light of this statement, discuss the implications of a 10% EWS (Economic Weaker Section) quota on vulnerable sections of the society.
Q : What do you understand about the term ‘metaverse'? Highlight its application and challenges arising out of such applications.
Q : The citizen’s character is a vehicle to ensure organizational accountability and transparency but is not free from lacunas. Highlight existing bottlenecks in implementation of citizens’ charter and suggest measures to strengthen it.
Q : Hon'ble Prime Minister observed; Abhaav (lack) of amenities and dabaav (pressure) from the government are leading to corruption in the country. Comment. Also explain the role of the Central Vigilance Commission in this regard.
Q : Discuss the concept of seven sins of MK Gandhi. How are they relevant today?
Q : India has the potential to be the next space hub for the world. Highlight India’s achievements and challenges in realization of its space capabilities.
Q : India’s territorial sovereignty is under threat from multiple fronts. Examine. What has been India’s approach to respond to these challenges?
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