2 November

Q.1) In keeping with the current state of global disorder and an ideologically agnostic attitude, India-US ties are better suited to the prevailing circumstances. Critically analyze (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Sardar Patel was a selfless leader, who placed the country’s interests above everything else and shaped India’s destiny with single-minded devotion. Comment. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.3) Critically analyse the provisions of the Code on Social Security Act, 2020 related to gig workers. (150 words)


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                                                                                                 3 November

Q.1) Discuss the reasons that led to the beginning of the working class movements in pre-independent India. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Critically analyse the provisions of National Education Policy, 2020. Also suggest a way forward for Indian education system. (250 words)

Q.3) Transparency can enable more informed decision-making within the government, greater public scrutiny of the RBI’s performance, and an improved inflation-targeting regime. Discuss. (250 words)

Q.4) The modifications in the wages code is expected to help tackle the problem of sexual harassment at workplace. Comment (250 words)


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                                                                                                  4 November

Q.1)  Explain the ambit of contempt of court power vested under the Supreme Court of India. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Rice fortification is a major way to combat chronic anaemia and undernutrition prevailing in India. Comment (250 words)

Q.3) The successful implementation of Tele-Law programme would help transform the functioning of India’s legal system. Comment (250 words)


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                                                                                                 5 November

Q.1) Differentiate between special courts and fast track courts. Critically analyze the need for such courts in India. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) The future of India’s environment lies in its cities. What are the challenges before Urban planners? Also discuss the way forward for sustainable development of cities. (150 words)

Q.3) What are the causes and effects of the La Niña phenomena. Discuss (250 words)


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                                                                                                6 November

Q.1) Compare and contrast the process of election of the President of the United States of America (USA) with that of India. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes ((Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 is one of the most important legislations to promote Social Justice. Comment. (10 Marks - 150 Words)

Q.3) Discuss the broad principles that should guide India’s quest for national security in the future. (150 words)

Q.4) CAPF personnel give a semblance of existence of government administration even in the remotest corners of the country. Comment (250 words)


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                                                                                                      7 November

Q.1) Mandatory fortification of edible oil rice with nutrients would prove to be a game-changer in tackling the acute malnutrition problem in India. Critically analyze (250 words)

Q.2) What is a Tropical Cyclone? Also explain how it is formed and the favorable conditions required. (250 words)


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                                                                                                    9 November

Q.1) In the 21st century, India and the US have found many reasons for strategic convergence and an urgent need to iron out the divergences. Analyse. (15 Marks - 250 Words)

Q.2) The decision to use a COVID-19 vaccine will need to take into consideration logistics and infrastructure needed to distribute and deliver vaccines, which goes beyond financial resources to purchase vaccines. Analyse. (150 words)

Q.3) Bilateral cooperation with Maldives, especially on the economic front, has become a ‘model’ that New Delhi can adopt to make the Prime Minister’s ‘Neighbourhood First’ a sustained success. Analyze India’s bilateral relation  with Maldives. (250 words)

Q.4) Haryana’s move to reserve 75% private jobs for local candidates may not go down well with the private sector and can be legally challenged. Comment (250 words)

Q.5) Demonetisation has helped reduce black money, increase tax compliance and formalization and given a boost to transparency. Critically Analyse (250 words)


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                                                                                                   10 November

Q.1) Though right to marry is a fundamental right, couples involved in interfaith marriages are often being harassed. In this context, critically analyze the provisions of the Special Marriage Act, 1954. (15 Marks - 250 Words)


Q.1) Critically analyse the performance of the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP). (150 words)


Q.3) What is mission Shakti? Also, explain its significance in the geopolitical context.


Q.4) The first National Agricultural Education Policy is set to bring academic credit banks and degree programs with multiple entries and exit options. Explain its significance along with the challenges associated.


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