Q: Gig economy represents a fundamentally regressive future for employment with modest pay, long working hours, ephemeral jobs and no social security. Analyze.
Q: Despite the presence of a plethora of development schemes, India lags behind in creating a prosperous society. Is it a design issue or an implementation bottleneck? What suggestions would you make to improve the performance of developmental schemes?
Q: In Indian diplomacy “South America remains distant geographically and conceptually “, however recent developments show that the continent has found a new salience in India’s foreign policy. Analyse.
Q: Define Bomb cyclone and explain how it is formed? Also explain how it is different from the conventional cyclones?
Q: Despite the digital push, online learning remains a mirage in rural areas. What transformational initiative has been taken and what more needs to be done to address such challenges?
Q: Judiciary is increasingly becoming a super-legislature that undermines the basic tenets of a parliamentary democracy. Critically examine.
Q: Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) addresses the need for interoperability in health services through a unified health interface. Elaborate its significance in digitizing the health care ecosystem.
Q: Discuss the role of interest groups for agenda-setting in public policy, with the help of examples.
Q: Food processing industry (FPI) is vital for the economy as it provides a much-needed linkage between agriculture and industries. In this context, discuss the importance of FPI sector. Why does FPI continue to underperform despite several focused government initiative?
Q : Green hydrogen can be the engine of a sustainable economy, but it would require crossing financial and technological barriers. Discuss the reasons for increasing interest in green hydrogen and challenges in its adoption as the fuel of the future.
Q: Lokpal was envisaged to strengthen the legal and institutional mechanism to ensure cleanliness in public life. Critically examine their role as anti-corruption watchdogs.
Q: Explain the geo-political challenges that are impeding the relations between India and ASEAN.
Q: Do you think that National human rights commission is effective enough to protect the rights of citizen in the country? Explain.
Q: “While the independence of judiciary is important to preserve the justice system of country but this also led to lack of transparency.” In light of the statement, discuss the need of code of conduct to be followed by the judges.
Q: Though the percentage of women in the parliament has increased in the past few years but it still remains very low. In this regard, discuss the importance of women in political participation.
Q: What is emotional intelligence? Explain how it can be used by civil servants for better governance? Illustrate with examples.
1.Do you think that the One Nation One fertilizer scheme help farmers in utilizing the fertilizers effectively? Critically Analyse
Q: “India’s potential in space sector cannot be realized until private participation is not promoted.” Explain this statement.
Q: Explain the role of monetary policy in India in restructuring inflation, employment and inclusive growth.
Q: Discuss the impact of climate change on women. Also highlight the role of women in mitigating the effects of climate change.
Q: The establishment of smaller states can improve the administrative structure of India but it does not come without a challenge. Examine.
Q: How impartiality and non-partisanship play a vital role in ensuring a neutral approach in public service? Illustrate your answer with suitable examples.
Q: Highlight the features of E-Rupee. Also discuss the significance of it.
Q: What are electric vehicles? Discuss the types of electric vehicles. Do you think that replacing combustion-based vehicles to electric vehicles will help India to achieve its international objectives?
Q: Do you think that granting constitutional status to national commission of scheduled tribes (NCST) has promoted the interest of tribal people in India?
Q: What is global minimum tax? What would be its implications for India if introduced?
Q: What do you understand by ransomware attack? What are the legal and organizational measures taken by the government of India to reduce the risk of such attacks?
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