21 November 2020

Q.1) Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is considered one of the most significant challenges the world faces today. Discuss the impacts and steps taken to fight AMR. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Analyse the advantages and disadvantages of the “Time Use Survey'' (TUS). What is its significance? (250 words)

Q.3) The Indian government is in the forefront to usher in economic revolution through the Blue Revolution in the country. However, the sector faces many challenges. Discuss (15 marks 250 words)

Q.4) What are neutralizing antibodies? Also, discuss their significance in the context of COVID-19.


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       23 November 2020

Q.1) Discuss the significance of having its independent regional navigation satellite system (IRNSS) for India. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Formulating effective laws to counter bio-terrorism is one of the important lessons to be learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic. Comment. (150 words)

Q.3) India needs to take steps to realise potential in the central Indian Ocean .Discuss the above statement in the light of the recently launched Deep Ocean Mission. (250 words)

Q.4) Critically examine the reasons behind the Supreme Court of India scrapping the Section 66A of the Information Technology (IT) Act as unconstitutional? (150 words)


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24 November 2020


Q.1) Discuss how the teachings in Sikhism will help in eliminating violence, narrowness and hatred from thoughts and motivate towards selfless service of others and promote human values ​​like love, harmony and compassion. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Our financial markets are in turmoil. Price action of banks in the market can provide useful insights about the financial system dynamics that will change in the coming years. Opine. (150 words)

Q.3) What is a Tropical Cyclone? Also, explain how it is formed and the favorable conditions required. (250 words)


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25 November 2020


Q.1) In the light of problems being faced by the Indian banking sector, suggest ways to strengthen the banking sector. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Discuss the critical role played by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in providing a specialist response to various disasters in the country. (15 Marks - 250  Words)

Q.3) Poshan Abhiyaan must be stepped up to meet the targets set by the government to reduce stunting, wasting and anaemia by 2022.Comment (15 marks: 250 words)

Q.4) With land being retrieved after declaring the Roshni Act null and void, and with forceful evictions taking place, many tribal families are unlikely to benefit from the implementation of the Forests Rights Act (FRA) in J&K. (250 words)


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26 November 2020

Q.1) The religious conversions carried out for the sole purpose of deriving some legal benefit do not hold water. Critically analyze the above in the light of attempts made by several states to enact laws that prohibit forceful inter-faith conversions. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Explain the significance of Prompt corrective action framework in protecting depositors' interest and the interest of financial and banking stability. (150 words)


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27 November 2020


Q.1) Compare and contrast the pardoning power of the President of the US with that of the pardoning power of the President of India. (15 Marks - 250 Words)


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28 November 2020


Q. Gender equity in science is not only essential for the development of women but society as a whole. Discuss the steps taken by India in this regard. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q. Farmer’s protests have become a regular phenomenon on Indian streets in recent times. In this context, analyze the reasons behind these protests. (15 Marks -250 Words)

Q) Critically analyse the organ transplant policy of India. Also suggest a way forward for its success. (250 words)

Q) The right to bail should be made a part of an under trial’s right to life. Critically analyse. (250 words)


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30 November 2020

Q. What are cold waves? How do they impact Indian climate in the winters? (10 Marks - 250 Words)

Q) Today, the Paris Agreement is deemed as the panacea for all environmental ills but in reality, it has rejected the principles of “common but differentiated responsibilities” and “the polluter must pay”. Critically analyse. (250 words)

Q) What is the significance of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit for India’s interests? (150 words)


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