12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(1)

 Establish the relationship between land reform, agriculture productivity and elimination of poverty in Indian Economy. Discussion the difficulty in designing and implementation of the agriculture friendly land reforms in India. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(1)

 Livestock rearing has a big potential for providing non-farm employment and income in rural areas. Discuss suggesting suitable examples. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(3)

 The MSP or minimum support price mechanism has been criticised for making Indian agriculture cereal intensive, regionally biased, input oriented and environmentally unsustainable. In this context, is there a need for having a relook at the MSP policy? ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Industry Level(2)

 There is a clear acknowledgement that Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are a tool of industrial development, manufacturing and exports. Recognizing this potential, the whole instrumentality of SEZs requires augmentation. Discuss the issues plaguing the success of SEZs with respect to taxation, governing laws and administration. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | External Sector Level(2)

Globally the nations are entering into more and more bilateral and regional trade and investment agreements. What could be the reason behind such a trend? Also, in this context, discuss the relevance of multilateral institutions like WTO in today's world. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Growth and development Level(2)

 While we found India’s demographic dividend, we ignore the dropping rates of employability. What are we missing while doing so? Where will the jobs that India desperately needs come from? Explain. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Financial Inclusion Level(1)

 In what way could replacement of Price Subsidy with Direct benefits transfer or DBT change the scenario of subsidies in India? Discuss. Also discuss the challenges in making such a replacement. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Industry Level(2)

The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) clause under the new Companies Act has failed to achieve its desired objectives. While highlighting the major constraints being faced by companies in fulfilling their CSR obligations suggest steps that can be taken to increase the efficacy of CSR initiatives. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Industry Level(2)

 The Indian Pharmaceuticals Industry despite being one of the largest in the world is facing certain challenges. While enumerating these challenges, discuss the steps that should be taken to address these challenges. ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Industry Level(2)

 Success of 'Make in India' depends upon the success of 'Skill India mission' and radical labour reforms. Discuss ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Monetary Policy Level(2)

 Monetary Policy is neither the only, nor the most effective tool for regulating inflation in Indian economy. Discuss ...View/Post-Answer

12/22/2016 | Economic Affairs | Monetary Policy Level(2)

 RBI has recently chosen CPI (Consumer Price Index) as the sole indicator for formulating monetary policy. Critically examine the relevance of CPI as the sole indicator for formulating monetary policy. ...View/Post-Answer

12/1/2016 | Governance Issues | Governance Level(3)

 "Demonetisation done, the government must now draw up a firm strategy to show the door to the corrupt and lax in higher bureaucracy." Elaborate. ...View/Post-Answer

12/1/2016 | Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude | Probity in Governance Level(3)

 "Demonetisation is an ethical step. It can help us leave behind culture of illegality, indiscipline, ill-gotten wealth." Elaborate. ...View/Post-Answer

11/19/2016 | Indian Polity | Constitution Level(3)

 “The only issue is the non-negotiable right to equality. Dragging in the uniform civil code is a deliberate attempt to obfuscate it.” Examine. ...View/Post-Answer

11/19/2016 | Governance Issues | Governance Level(3)

 “The Government of India and the regulators have been very supportive of Digital India, Startup India and paperless technology. However, there are still some impediments to the paperless distribution of financial products.” Discuss ...View/Post-Answer

11/16/2016 | Indian Polity | Elections Level(3)

The constitutional provisions relating to office of profit have been violated over the years in spirit, even as they have been adhered to in letter. Discuss in light of various judgment(s) of the Apex Court in this regard. While holding simultaneous elections to the Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies offers various advantages, it brings its own set of complexities. Discuss. ...View/Post-Answer

11/16/2016 | Economic Affairs | External Sector Level(3)

Discuss the interplay of multilateral trade regimes and their effect on Indian economy. Is the world today moving towards neo-mercantilism? Highlight the recent trends in this regard. ...View/Post-Answer

10/2/2016 | Economic Affairs | Tax System

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9/14/2016 | World History | Colonialism Level(2)

 Enumerate the factors that helped in decolonization of the countries of Africa and Asia. ...View/Post-Answer

9/14/2016 | World History | Colonialism Level(2)

 Describe and differentiate the concepts of imperialism and colonialism with the help of suitable examples. ...View/Post-Answer

9/14/2016 | World History | Colonialism Level(2)

  Trace the growth of European Imperialism in Africa in the last quarter of the 19th century and indicate its impact on the international relations. ...View/Post-Answer

9/14/2016 | World History | NAM Level(3)

 “The Non-Alignment Movement played a crucial role in ensuring territorial integrity, sovereignty and security of the newly independent countries of Asia, Africa and South America in their struggle against imperialism and rivalry among the two power blocs in the background of the Second World War”. Is it relevant today? ...View/Post-Answer

9/14/2016 | World History | Cold War Level(1)

 What do you understand by the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan? How the both of them escalated the Cold War? ...View/Post-Answer

9/12/2016 | World History | World War II Level(2)

 Discuss the causes and consequences of the Second World War especially its impact on the world order? ...View/Post-Answer

9/12/2016 | World History | World War I Level(3)

“The First World War, the twenty years of uneasy peacekeeping, and the Second World War seemed to be part of a continuous single process in which Europe was involved in a self-destructive struggle centred in the unresolved problem of Germany”. Elaborate. ...View/Post-Answer

9/12/2016 | World History | World War II Level(2)

 Trace the rise of Fascism in Italy and its role in the outbreak of the Second World War. ...View/Post-Answer

9/12/2016 | World History | world wars Level(1)

  Critically evaluate the role of ambitious and aggressive foreign policy of Germany as a cause of the two world wars. ...View/Post-Answer

9/12/2016 | World History | Europe Level(2)

 To what extent post-war economic crisis was responsible for the rise of totalitarianism in Europe? Also discuss, in brief, its impact on India. ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | Germany Level(2)

 Analyze the role of the Great Depression in the growth of Nazi influence in Germany? ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | Japan Level(2)

  Why Meiji Restoration is considered an important event in the emergence of Japan as a great power? ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | Japan Level(2)

 The growing spirit of Japanese nationalism found manifestation in the Meiji Restoration. The Meiji Restoration was an outcome of the entry of Western Capitalism into Japan. How it helped in the modernization of Japan? ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | China Level(3)

  Write a note focusing on the role of Mao Tse Tung in the success of communist movement in China. ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | Ideologies Level(2)

 “The New Economic Policy was neither socialism nor capitalism but a temporary mixture of both”. Comment. ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | Russia Level(2)

 Write a precise note on the importance of the New Economic Policy in the consolidation of communism in Russia. ...View/Post-Answer

9/11/2016 | World History | Russian Revolution Level(2)

 Explain the contribution of the Bolshevik Revolution in the growth of Fascism in Europe and the beginning of Cold War between the United States and Russia ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | Russian Revolution Level(3)

 While the impact of the French revolution of 1789 was confined to Europe, the influence of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was global. Critically analyse. ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | 1905-1920 Level(2)

 Eventhough the League of Nations was a great institution; it failed to maintain international peace. Enlist the reasons that led to its failure. ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | World War II Level(3)

 The harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles inflicted deep injuries on German interests and prestige. Examine the role of the treaty in causation of the Second World War. ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | World War I Level(2)

 The seeds of the Second World War were sown in the very same arrangements (League of Nations and Treaty of Versailles) which were actually meant to prevent war in future. Critically examine. ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | World War I Level(2)

What was the impact of Paris Peace Conference of 1919 on the world politics? ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | World War I Level(1)

 Discuss the causes and consequences of the First World War. ...View/Post-Answer

9/10/2016 | World History | World War I Level(2)

 Trace the salient sequence of events which began in 1871 and led to the First World War. What was the role of insurgent nationalism in it? ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | Russian Revolution Level(3)

 While the impact of the French revolution of 1789 was confined to Europe, the influence of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was global. Critically analyse. ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | World War I Level(2)

 Eventhough the League of Nations was a great institution; it failed to maintain international peace. Enlist the reasons that led to its failure ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | World War II Level(2)

 The harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles inflicted deep injuries on German interests and prestige. Examine the role of the treaty in causation of the Second World War. ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | World War II Level(2)

 The seeds of the Second World War were sown in the very same arrangements (League of Nations and Treaty of Versailles) which were actually meant to prevent war in future. Critically examine. ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | World War I Level(2)

 What was the impact of Paris Peace Conference of 1919 on the world politics? ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | World War I Level(2)

 Discuss the causes and consequences of the First World War. ...View/Post-Answer

9/8/2016 | World History | World War I Level(1)

 Trace the salient sequence of events which began in 1871 and led to the First World War. What was the role of insurgent nationalism in it? ...View/Post-Answer

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