Q.1) SCO provides a platform for India to simultaneously engage with its traditional friend Russia as well as its rivals, China and Pakistan. Analyze (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) The Disaster Management Act fails to identify progressive events as disasters, thus neglecting pressing public health issues such as tuberculosis and recurrent dengue outbreaks. Discuss. (250 words)
Q.1) According to reports, the online video streaming platform (OTT) is growing rapidly in India. In this context, highlight the need for regulating these platforms. (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) Critically discuss the pros and cons of the PPP model for infrastructure development of the country. (250 words)
Q.3) What is the maritime cluster coming up at GIFT City in Gujarat? Also elaborate its significance. (250 words)
Q.1) Discuss the Renewable energy generation capacity of India and challenges that India faces to enhance its renewable energy generation capacity. (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) What is the significance of right to work in India? Examine the various challenges and suggest a way forward for making the right to work be made real in India. (250 words)
Q.3) India’s move of not joining RCEP has multifaceted implications. Comment.
Q.4) The AatmaNirbhar Bharat 3.0 announced recently has the potential to help the nation tide over the COVID-19 pandemic.Critically comment. (250 words)
Q.1) As RCEP has now been signed without India, highlight the cost-benefit analyses of India not being part of RCEP. (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) For India to overcome the longstanding hiatus in its relations with Canada, it must divert its attention away from politically contentious issues. Analyse. (250 words)
Q.3) India’s high economic growth has been of little value for its under-acknowledged female workers. Comment (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.4) Explain the indices used in inflation measurement in India. Also elucidate the recent trends in India along with their implications. (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.1) Article 32 is a right fundamental to all the fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution of India. Substantiate (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) There is a need for post-COVID-19 change in protocols, similar in scale to the post-war rebuilding efforts, to develop more sustainable and resilient cities. Comment. (150 words)
Q.3) Cooperation among the BRICS countries is crucial for emerging polycentric world order. Comment(250 words)
Q.1) Much of India’s post-Independence conservation efforts have excluded the local and national development needs. In the context of above, critically analyze the issues faced during the implementation of the Forest (Conservation) Act of 1980. (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) What are microwave weapons? How these weapons may change the future warfare? (10 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.3) The primary health centres must be the central focus of public outlay. The private sector participation can be at other levels of speciality and at levels where they are better placed due to their innovative skills. Discuss. (250 words)
Q.4) The reorganisation of states in India is still an unfinished task. Discuss the above statement in the light of recent border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka.
Q.1) With ‘technology first’ as their governance model, India has unlimited possibilities in the field of space research, critical minerals, 5G, Artificial Intelligence, quantum computing and much more. Comment (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.2) Discuss the status, achievements and challenges that remain as the Swachh Bharat Mission completes five years? (15 Marks - 250 Words)
Q.3) The possibility of a two-front war with Pakistan and China has been debated in the past. The ongoing standoff with China in eastern Ladakh has brought India closer to that reality. Discuss. (150 words)
Q.4) Explain the menace of fake news in social media in India. Also, discuss the need to have a mechanism to address the misinformation being caused due to fake news in the country.