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Explain the phenomenon of demographic dividend in the context of India. Do you think our country has the capacity to take advantage of it?
North India lacks propriety in controlling population of India, critically analyse.Level(3)View/Post Answer
40 percent of today’s India is born in post 1991 period of more liberal India and has a different mindset. DiscussLevel(3)View/Post Answer
26 percent population of India is between 15-24 age group and is in education procurement gear and seeks more investment in the field of education besides universal education- education must for all, how it will be possible?Level(3)View/Post Answer
India is in danger of squandering its valuable demographic dividend, inability to generate 1.2 crore jobs annually to accommodate annual addition in the labour force, what two important steps are required to curtail of possible chaos.Level(3)View/Post Answer
Why does the western world apprehensive about Indian ability in utilizing its demographic dividend?Level(2)View/Post Answer
what is demographic dividend? what steps should India take to reap the benefits of demographic dividend?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Comment on the eclipsed sex ration and implications on population growth.Level(2)View/Post Answer
Examine the performance of family planning programme and population policy of india.Level(2)View/Post Answer
Which states in India have reached or are very near the ‘replacement levels’ of population growth? Which ones still have very high rates of population growth? In your opinion, what could be some of the reasons for these regional differences?Level(3)View/Post Answer
The implication of declining birth rate as India is targeting to achieve replacement level of fertility is manifold. AnalyseLevel(3)View/Post Answer
Discuss the social and cultural factors behind the high fertility in India.Level(2)View/Post Answer
Despite backwardness and social barriers ,women have immensely contributed in Indian freedom struggle . Critically examine the role of women in freedom struggle in the light of above mentioned statement.
How far modernization and globalization has an impact on role of women.Level(1)View/Post Answer
Discuss the social factors that inhibits that performance of Women organization.Level(1)View/Post Answer
Indian society displays paradoxical features. Discuss while giving features of Indian society which differentiates it from west.
What evidence would you offer against the view that ‘tribes are primitive communities living isolated lives untouched by civilization’?Level(2)View/Post Answer
In what sense has caste become relatively ‘invisible’ for the urban upper castes?Level(1)View/Post Answer
In what ways can changes in social structure lead to changes in the family structure?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Diversity has its own merits and demerits for Indian society. CommentLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Joint family and its life cycle depends more on economic rather social factors. CommentLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Despite pluralistic and diverse society still there was and is theme of Unity. CommentLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Despite pluralistic and diverse society still there was and is theme of Unity. CommentLevel(2)View/Post Answer
Indian Being a transitional society it faces various social dilemmas .DiscussLevel(2)View/Post Answer
Gross national happiness in Bhutan: the big idea from a tiny state that could change the world. Write a critical note on Bhutan’s Gross Happiness Index and its importance for country’s economy and environment.Level(2)View/Post Answer
Constitution of India contains provision to tackle the problem of Poverty in an integrated and holistic manner. Critically examine.
Impact of poverty on social demography is stark. Discuss in the context of human settlement .Level(1)View/Post Answer
Poverty can be a cause and consequences for the various social problems in India. CommentLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Discuss the social factors responsible for the low performance of the Poverty alleviation programmes in India?Level(2)View/Post Answer
Poverty is not the instrumental factor for skewed sex ratio in India. Critically analyzeLevel(2)View/Post Answer
What are social factors behind the poverty in India?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Discuss the impact of literacy and Urbanization on caste system.Level(1)View/Post Answer
The nature Urbanization in organic in India. commentLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Discuss the social impact of urbanization.Level(1)View/Post Answer
Urbanization has profound impact of Family and Marriage system in India. DiscussLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Examine the relation between Globalization and Democracy in IndiaLevel(1)View/Post Answer
What is the relevance of civil society organizations today in the era of globalization? discuss What could be the impact of Globalization on Nationalism?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Regionalism Haunts India in varied degree and kind in contemporary society. AnalyzeLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Cultural and social factors are symbolic while political and economical factors are instrumental in development of regionalism in India. DiscussLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Communal tendencies are increasing not only in India but all over the world. Do you agree ? Give arguments.
Comment on the majority and minority communalism in India?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Religion is not the dominate reasons behind the communalism in India?Level(1)View/Post Answer
What are the factors behind communalism in India?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Discuss the traditional relation between caste system and religion giving examples.
What are the Factors behind social problems?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Dowry , poverty and fear of sexual violence are often mentioned as factor behind child marriage in India but these are not root cause. Critically analyze.Level(1)View/Post Answer
The emergence of Self styled god men and women and their considerable urban educated followers tells a lot about some shifts in Indian society. AnalyzeLevel(1)View/Post Answer
What are the different senses in which ‘secularism’ has been understood in India?Level(1)View/Post Answer
Critically analyze Secularism as a state objective in India.Level(1)View/Post Answer
The debates around secularism in Indian and Western society is different. ExamineLevel(1)View/Post Answer
When Indian tradition has tolerance and accommodation the concept of secularism and implementation in India is mere duplication efforts. CommentLevel(1)View/Post Answer
Abinitio the trajectory of development of secularism was Secular, secularization and finally Secularism but this may not hold true today. ElucidateLevel(1)View/Post Answer
“The New Economic Policy was neither socialism nor capitalism but a temporary mixture of both”. Comment.Level(2)View/Post Answer
Both Subhas Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi launched struggles against the British. How their ideas and strategies were different?
Gandhi and Nehru had divergent ideological approaches but had the same goal of achieving self sufficiency for India. Elucidate.Level(2)View/Post Answer
The agriculturists or Kisans formed one of the largest sections of the Indian society, but they were too late to develop class-consciousness and organize themselves. Discuss the reasons.Level(3)View/Post Answer
A profound reason for the spread of socialist ideas was the nationalists’ concern with India’s poverty. AnalyseLevel(2)View/Post Answer
To what extent the ideology and leadership of Indian National Congress remained successful in developing nationalism in India?
”Extremists emerged to correct the imperfections of moderates but revolutionaries devised a new route to independence “Examine the statement in the light of revolutionary ideology and its reactions for Indian National Movement.
Indian National Movement was a mass based movement involving multiple ideologies. In the light of this statement explain the various contradictions which appeared in freedom struggle. How far these were responsible for delay in India’s independence.
Discuss the fine differences between capitalism and socialism as developmental ideologies. Give arguments in favour and against each.
What do you understand by Code of Ethics? How is it different from Code of Conduct? (Views-1287) View/PostAnswer
Monetary Policy acts as a regulator of Indian banking System. Critically examine the statement in light recent changes in India’s financial system. (Views-734) View/PostAnswer
What do you understand by Fixed Dose Drug Combinations (FDCs)? Discuss their merits and demerits. (200 words) 10 m... (Views-679) View/PostAnswer
Tibetan plateau has a unique role in determining the timings of monsoons over Indian Subcontinent, discuss. (Views-588) View/PostAnswer
40 percent of today’s India is born in post 1991 period of more liberal India and has a different mindset. Discuss (Views-570) View/PostAnswer
Himalayas orient monsoons over Indian subcontinent, elaborate. (Views-570) View/PostAnswer
Creation of smaller States is the need of the hour. Make out a case for and against the reorganization of states in the context of the impending cr... (Views-515) View/PostAnswer
What is Naxalism ? suggest some measures to deal with the problem. Examine various initiatives of the government of India. (Views-476) View/PostAnswer
What is the justification of GST? (Views-475) View/PostAnswer
Discuss the role of women in the freedom struggle especially during the Gandhian phase. View/PostAnswer
How successful were 1991 economic reform in ensuring distributive justice. View/PostAnswer
Enlist various institutional reform programmers introduced by government in interest of farmers and discuss their effectiveness in improving farme... View/PostAnswer
Increasing cross-border terrorist attacks in India and growing interference in the internal affairs of member-sta... View/PostAnswer
What are the aims and objectives of the McBride Commission of the UNESCO? What is India's position on these? View/PostAnswer
Evaluate the economic and strategic dimensions of India’s Look East Policy in the context of the post-Cold War inter... View/PostAnswer
“The broader aims and objectives of WTO are to manage and promote international trade in the era of globalization. But t... View/PostAnswer
“Demographic Dividend in India will remain only theoretical unless our manpower becomes more educated, aware, skilled and crea... View/PostAnswer
Examine the main provisions of the National Child Policy and throw light on the status of its implementation View/PostAnswer
“Traditional bureaucratic structure and culture have hampered the process of socio-economic development in India.” Comment. View/PostAnswer
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