Q. India has set an aspirational goal to become a developed nation by 2047. Discuss the issues it needs to address to achieve it and challenges involved therein.
Q: There exists contrasting attitudes about the existence of the caste system in our society. Highlight the ethical issues therein.
Q: India has come a long way since independence to curb malnutrition. However, it is still a curse yet to be overcome. Discuss measures to fight the same.
Q: “South Asia is becoming a major player in the global textiles and clothing market”. In this context, discuss the significance of the textile industry in South Asia. (250 Words) (15 Marks)
Q: In recent times, the Supreme court of India has flagged concerns with respect to the filing of frivolous public interest litigations (PIL). In this context, discuss the issues with the public interest litigation and what should be done to arrest this trend.
India has failed to replicated the successes of Operation Flood in other agricultural sectors. In this context, suggest measures by which efficiencies in supply chains in various perishable crops can be made.
Q : Evaluate the policies of Lord Curzon and their long-term implications on the national movements.
Q: “Climate change is perceived as an environmental or physical problem however solution to this problem lies in unknotting an array of ethical issues.” Comment. (150 Words) (10 Marks)
Q. Discuss the benefits and challenges associated with the satellite-based Internet system.
Q: Bureaucracy is not only important for public service delivery but it also has a very significant role in preserving India’s constitutional order. Comment. Syllabus: GS 2, Governance
Highlighting the importance of cooperative societies in the economic development of India, discuss the challenges faced by cooperatives.
Q: Unbridled and rampant development in geologically sensitive areas is a wilful invitation to disasters. Explain how honest implementation of Environmental impact Assessment (EIA) norms can reduce the risks related to disasters in such regions. (150 Words)
Q: Critically examine the role of the Rajya Sabha in the Indian parliamentary form of government.
Q: The nationalist movement before the arrival of Mahatma Gandhi is described as “a movement representing the classes” as opposed to the masses. Discuss.
Q: “South Asia is becoming a major player in the global textiles and clothing market”. In this context, discuss the significance of the textile industry in South Asia.
Q: “In recent years the caste system in India is assuming new forms and identities”. Discuss the factors responsible for changes in the caste system.
Q: What is permafrost? Discuss the issues associated with the thawing of permafrost.
Q: Out of the various reforms that India's criminal justice system requires, bail reforms are the most essential to defend the constitutional ideal of Personal Freedom. In this light, What do you understand by the recent Supreme court of India ruling that bail is the rule and Jail is the exception?
Q: What do you understand by the term “Transphobia”? Discuss the challenges faced by Transgender persons in the Indian society. (10 Marks) (150 Words)
Q: "Cast your vote, don't vote your caste". In the context of this statement, discuss the influence of institution of caste on the Indian Politics.
Q: What do you understand by the term ‘population ageing’? Discuss the problems associated with population ageing. What measures have been taken by the government to alleviate these problems? (10 Marks)(150 words)
Q: Several countries across the globe had explicitly made marital rape a criminal offense. However, in India, it is yet to be even recognized. What are the challenges associated with criminalisation of marital rape?
The Himalayan mountains are one of the most geologically and environmentally fragile ecosystems of the world. Enumerate the potential risks that the Himalayan ecosystem faces today along with its potential impacts.
1. What are the key essential elements that sustain a terror outfit? What steps should India take in order to deal with the terror emanating from the soil of Pakistan? (250 Words)
The Right to Information Act is set to complete 17 years but ominous clouds hover over India's "Sunshine Legislation". Elaborate.
Recently, the Gross Goods and Service Tax (GST) Collection has seen an uptick with a rise of 28%. What could be the possible reasons for the higher GST collection?
Q1. "Rising fuel prices and stress on the natural resources have made the Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) a significant solution to the crisis". In the context of the given statement, discuss the prospect and challenges to the HEVs.
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