4/19/2018 | Science Affairs | Health Level(2)

Health & Medicine

The primary healthcare system needs a major restructuring. By opposing the proposed bridge course, the IMA has scuttled possible reforms in the health sector. Comment ...View/Post-Answer

4/19/2018 | Environment and Ecology | Biodiversity Level(3)

Environment acts & regulations

The proposed Public Private Partnership model for afforestation in draft forest policy may not help in achieving overall goal and objective of safeguarding the ecological and livelihood security of people, of the present and future generations. Critically comment ...View/Post-Answer

4/16/2018 | Economic Affairs | External Sector Level(2)

Trade and Development

 How is trade critical for a developing country like India in context of the present phase of globalization? Critically examine. ...View/Post-Answer

4/16/2018 | Geography | Urbanisation Level(2)

Urbanisation

 Urbanization in India is a fast paced but unplanned phenomenon. In this context, bring out the contribution of AMRUT scheme in this respect. How is it an improvement upon the earlier schemes for urban rejuvenation? ...View/Post-Answer

4/16/2018 | Economic Affairs | Infrastructure Level(2)

Infrastructure and Growth

 Infrastructure growth is critical to a country’s economic development. The government has been taking many steps in this regard but the private sector investments in infrastructure have been lagging. Suggest the ways in which private sector investments in infrastructure can be better mobilized. ...View/Post-Answer

4/16/2018 | Economic Affairs | Planning in India Level(2)

Privatization

 
“Privatization of health and education sectors can yield good results but there can be hidden costs too.” Critically analyze w.r.t. recent policy discourse in India. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Unemployment Level(2)

Unemployment issues

 “Increasing automation, mechanization and capital intensity of the industrial sector on one hand means better production but on the other it leads to job loss.” Comment. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(3)

Land Reforms

 Critically examine the model Agricultural Land Leasing Act drafted by the NITI aayog. How far does it address the long pending land reform problems in India? ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(3)

Farming models

 What type of agricultural farming model is economically most suitable for India. Bring out the relevance of contract farming in this regard and what will be its legal pre-requisites? ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(2)

Land Reforms

 Critically examine the model Agricultural Land Leasing Act 2016 drafted by the NITI aayog. How far does it address the long pending land reform problems in India? ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Agriculture Level(2)

Agricultural marketing

 Bring out the benefits of GST on the agricultural sector in India? How can it transform the forward linkages in the agricultural sector? ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Financial System Level(2)

Cashless economy

 Despite its push to create a ‘less cash’ economy India’s cash to GDP ratio continues to be higher than the global average. What are the challenges involved in making India a cashless economy? Suggest a probable solution model. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Tax System Level(3)

Tax Reforms

 What should be the content and direction of tax reforms in India. How far can legal and administrative apparatus help in the same? ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Financial System Level(2)

Banking Sector NPAs

 The rising NPA’s are a major cause of concern for the Indian Banking sector. What efforts have been recently taken by RBI in this regard? Suggest a possible strategy for the future course of action in this regard. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Financial System Level(2)

Financial Stability

 Financial stability is critical for a stable economic growth in the country. What efforts have been done by the RBI to ensure financial stability in India? Also suggest some future measures that can be taken in this regard. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Growth and development Level(2)

Pillars of growth

 What are the basic pillars of economic growth in India? Critically examine the recent trends in these pillar for the Indian economy. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Growth and development Level(2)

Pillars of growth

 “Innovation, adaptation and entrepreneurship have been a sin qua non for economic growth in all ages.” Comment. ...View/Post-Answer

4/14/2018 | Economic Affairs | Planning in India Level(3)

Capitalism as an economic ideology

 Is capitalism as an ideology of growth and development sufficient? What are the necessary ideological shifts for a developing country in the present context? ...View/Post-Answer

4/13/2018 | Science Affairs | Electronics Level(1)

Emerging technologies

What do you understand by term ‘Industry 4.0’? What is scope of Industry 4.0 in India? ...View/Post-Answer

4/9/2018 | Indian Polity | Constitutional Amendments Level(2)

42nd and 44th Amendment Act

 What does the 42nd amendment say about the constitutional limits on the President’s powers? What changes did the 44th amendment introduce to the above? ...View/Post-Answer

4/9/2018 | Indian Polity | Federalism Level(1)

Federalism and State flag

 States in India having their own flags will strengthen the federal structure and serve as a symbol for more specific identity. Critically analyse. ...View/Post-Answer

4/9/2018 | Indian Polity | Constitutional Amendments Level(1)

84th Amendment Act

 84th Constitutional Amendment Act has frozen the constituency boundaries till the first census after 2026. Why was it done so? Should India revert back to the decadal revisions keeping in mind the changing demographics? ...View/Post-Answer

4/9/2018 | Indian Polity | Regulatory Authorities Level(2)

Regulatory Authorities and their accountability

 Regulatory bodies are set up by the Government with responsibility to monitor, guide and control various industry sectors in the interests of protecting consumers. Are they a part of the executive branch in larger scheme of things and accountable to the legislature? ...View/Post-Answer

4/9/2018 | Indian Polity | Elections Level(2)

Electoral reforms

 In Lok Prahari v Union of India case, Supreme Court brought about an important electoral reform that aims at bringing more transparency through the power of information. Discuss. ...View/Post-Answer

4/9/2018 | Social Issues | Civil society Level(3)

Role of civil society

 Civil society plays an important role in the democratic functioning of the government. Critically examine the role of civil society is mobilizing social movements and implications of these movements on polity in India. ...View/Post-Answer

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