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1 Q 93- Describe how the covid pandemic has affected children. In this regard, discuss the necessity for governments to reach out to children who have lost parents to Covid as soon as possible, using sensitively crafted programmes. (250 words) View
2 Q 92- By highlighting the important reasons that contribute to brain drain in the health-care industry, discuss the necessity for long-term solutions to manage human resources in the Indian health-care industry (250 words) View
3 Q 91- The economic complement to political federalism is fiscal federalism. Provide appropriate examples to illustrate your point. ( 250 words) View
4 Q 90- Is de-globalisation taking place in the world's countries? Analyze and illustrate the associated ramifications (250 words) View
5 Q 89- From the second half of the nineteenth century, the fight for political supremacy was not only between the colonial power and the Indian states, but also among the Indian states themselves. Examine. (250 words) View
6 Q 88- Is de-globalisation taking place in the world's countries? Analyze and illustrate the associated ramifications (250 words) View
7 Q 87- The lauded Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill of 2021 ignores women's bodily autonomy and oozes of ableism. Examine the issue critically. (250 words) View
8 Q 86- India's Neighbourhood First' approach is negatively influenced by constitutional crises in the country's immediate neighborhood. Discuss recent occurrences. (250 words) View
9 Q 85- Discuss the primary features and benefits of the parliamentary form of government and analyze why India chose it. (250 words) View
10 Q 84- The robustness of the federal polity has contributed to India's democracy's originality and vibrancy. Elaborate. (250 words) View
11 Q 82- Describe the concept of a Social Stock Exchange and how it affects civil society. Examine the aspects that must be considered in order for this unique concept to be a success in India. (250 words) View
12 Q 82- The Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) 2.0 has been updated to conform with the Sustainable Development Goal for Education (SDG-4) and the recommendations of the National Education Policy (NEP), which will focus on providing high-quality education in an View
13 Q 81- Describe the reasons that cause ocean currents to form? What are the causes of the Sargasso Sea's formation? (250 words) View
14 Q 80- Ocean water salinity varies due to a variety of geographical and ecological reasons. Explain. (250 words) View
15 Q79- Though local salinity patterns are largely determined by rainfall and evaporation, the salinity of the oceans is determined globally by a number of factors. Evaluate. (250 words) View
16 Q 78- What status was the environment accorded during the Vedic period? How do Vedic symbols encapsulate the spirit of environment? Discuss. View
17 Q77- Examine the potential for disruptive technology to improve India's health-care services. (250 words) View
18 Q76- Commodities such as rice and sugar account for a large portion of India's agricultural exports; but, due to their water-intensive nature and production subsidies, they must be evaluated from a sustainability standpoint. Discuss the associated challen View
19 Q 75- To what extent do you agree that interacting with the Taliban is critical to India's strategy towards Afghanistan? Explain. (250s words) View
20 Q 74- . A strong and effective grievance redressal system (GRS) is essential parts of public administration, in this context discuss how to better integrate public grievance redressal and delivery systems? (250 words) View
21 Q73- It is imperative that the best of what digital currencies have to offer be integrated into the existing financial paradigm. Explain. (250 words) View
22 Q 72- Explain the relevance of India's efforts to shape the strategic and military dynamics of the Indian Ocean region while discussing the strategic significance of Indian Ocean islands and the challenges they face. (250 words) View
23 Q 71-A below par poverty measurement instrument misrepresents the degree of poverty. Elucidate in Indian context and suggest ways to fight the never-ending battle against poverty in the country. (250 words) View
24 Q 70- Examine how soft infrastructure catalyzes India’s development. Also suggest some policy reforms for equitable access to digital technologies. (250 words) View
25 Q 69- The lauded Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill of 2021 ignores women's bodily autonomy and oozes of ableism. Examine the issue critically. (250 words) View
26 Q 69 Evaluate the impact of global warming on the coral life system of the world with examples. (250 words) View
27 Q 68- Examine the strategies and programmes in place to encourage tourism in India in the wake of the covid-19 outbreak. (250 words) View
28 Q 67- Describe why India needs to change to a more sustainable, healthy, and resilient agricultural system in order to accomplish its objective of zero hunger. (250 words) View
29 Q 66- In the recent year, Bitcoin's validity and mainstreaming have improved. Explain how Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies work in this context. Why do governments and central banks view them with suspicion? Explain. (250 words) View
30 Q 65- Do you agree that the Finance Commission in India serves as a lynchpin between the Centre and the States in numerous ways? Comment. (250 words) View
31 Q 64-What are the characteristics of climate migrants? Discuss the causes that contribute to the large number of climate migrants and suggest recommendations for appropriate policies and programs for their reintegration. (250 words) View
32 Q 64- Evaluate the impact of global warming on the coral life system of the world with examples. (250 words) View
33 Q63- Ayushman Bharat Mission is a collection of technical efforts aimed at improving high-quality healthcare across India. To achieve interoperability within the digital health ecosystem, analsze its potential and constraints. (250 words) View
34 Q 62- Improving women's representation in the judiciary can lead to a more balanced and compassionate approach to justice, particularly in cases of sexual violence. Discuss. (250 words) View
35 Q 61-Examine the centre’s recently suggested measures aimed at establishing a strong power sector to aid post-pandemic economic recovery. (250 words) View
36 Q 60- Do you agree that India falls short of social and distributive justice standards? And, if the trend is to be reversed, should restoring fairness to public discourse be the first priority? Discuss. (250 words) View
37 Q 59- What impact did the two Covid-19 waves have on India's diplomacy? What challenges does India face in dealing with the pandemic's aftermath in the near future? Explain. (250 words) View
38 Q 58- Explain the relevance of India's efforts to shape the strategic and military dynamics of the Indian Ocean region while discussing the strategic significance of Indian Ocean islands and the challenges they face. (250 words) View
39 Q 57- Consider the role that India's intelligence agencies can and must play in tracking environmental dangers and epidemics. (250 words) View
40 Q 56- What exactly is meant by "weathering" and "mass movements"? How do weathering, mass wasting, and erosion interact to alter the landscape? Explain. (250 words) View
41 Q55- What impact did the two Covid-19 waves have on India's diplomacy? What challenges does India face in dealing with the pandemic's aftermath in the near future? Explain. (250 words) View
42 Q 54- Analyse the effects of the government's laws constricting the e-commerce sector in order to protect local traders. (250 words) View
43 Q 53- What are the characteristics of climate migrants? Discuss the causes that contribute to the large number of climate migrants and suggest recommendations for appropriate policies and programs for their reintegration. (250 words) View
44 Q 52- Discuss how India might contribute to the development of a multipolar and just international order by pursuing an independent foreign policy. (250 words) View
45 Q 51- Examine the possibility and prospective benefits of employing Artificial Intelligence as a tool for social empowerment in the country's healthcare, agriculture, education, pandemic preparedness, and smart mobility. (250 words) View
46 Q 50- Do you believe the time has come for Parliament to reconsider entrusting disqualification petitions under the Anti-Defection Act to the Speaker? Examine in the context of recent events. (250 words) View
47 Q 49- Explain the relevance of India's efforts to shape the strategic and military dynamics of the Indian Ocean region while discussing the strategic significance of Indian Ocean islands and the challenges they face. (250 words) View
48 Q 48- The official secrecy statute directly contradicts the 2005 Right to Information Act. Examine the statement in light of the policies introduced during the Covid 19 pandemic. (250 words) View
49 Q 47- Analyse India's preparation in the realms of biosafety and biosecurity by highlighting the biosecurity risks of synthetic biology. (250 words) View
50 Q 46- To what extent do you agree that interacting with the Taliban is critical to India's strategy towards Afghanistan? Explain. (250s words) View
51 Q 45- A strong and effective grievance redressal system (GRS) is essential parts of public administration, in this context discuss how to better integrate public grievance redressal and delivery systems? (250 words) View
52 Q 44- Providing affordable housing requires multi-pronged approach. In this light,deliberate upon the government initiatives to boost affordable urban housing in India. (250 words) View
53 Q 43- It is imperative that the best of what digital currencies have to offer be integrated into the existing financial paradigm. Explain. (250 words) View
54 Q 42- In India, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated class disparities and poverty. Discuss. (250 words) View
55 Q 41- Describe how the covid pandemic has affected children. In this regard, discuss the necessity for governments to reach out to children who have lost parents to Covid as soon as possible, using sensitively crafted programmes. (250 words) View
56 Q 40- By highlighting the important reasons that contribute to brain drain in the health-care industry, discuss the necessity for long-term solutions to manage human resources in the Indian health-care industry (250 words) View
57 Q 39- Discuss the potential benefits and concerns related with India's Quad participation. (250 words) View
58 Q 38- Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the "One nation, One election" paradigm for Indian politics. (250 words) View
59 Q 37- Small farmers must have access to financing at acceptable rates of interest in order to diversify their crops or increase their income. Examine the reasons for subsidised credit's low transmissibility among small and marginal farmers. What steps mu View
60 Q 36- From the second half of the nineteenth century, the fight for political supremacy was not only between the colonial power and the Indian states, but also among the Indian states themselves. Examine. (250 words) View
61 Q 35- Discuss the problems raised by India's recently issued guidelines governing cross-border electricity commerce. (250 words) View
62 Q 34- The lauded Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill of 2021 ignores women's bodily autonomy and oozes of ableism. Examine the issue critically. (250 words) View
63 Q 33- The economic complement to political federalism is fiscal federalism. Provide appropriate examples to illustrate your point. ( 250 words) View
64 Q 32- Is de-globalisation taking place in the world's countries? Analyze and illustrate the associated ramifications (250 words) View
65 Q 31- Examine the contemporary relevance of Buddha's fourfold thoughts. (150 words) View
66 Q 30- Though local salinity patterns are largely determined by rainfall and evaporation, the salinity of the oceans is determined globally by a number of factors. Evaluate. (250 words) View
67 Q 29- Evaluate the impact of global warming on the coral life system of the world with examples. (250 words) View
68 Q 28- Persian literary sources of medieval India reflect the spirit of the age. Comment. (150 words) View
69 Q 27- What status was the environment accorded during the Vedic period? How do Vedic symbols encapsulate the spirit of environment? Discuss. View
70 Q 26- The Vijayanagar empire architecture was heavily borrowed from the earlier dynasties of the region. Analyse. (250 words) View
71 Q 25- Write a note on Kailasanatha Temple and Dashavatar Cave architecture of Rashtrakutas. (250 words) View
72 Q 24- It is said that the Pala period witnessed the last great phase of Buddhism and of the Buddhist art in India. Examine the main features of Pala art and the reasons why it ended suddenly in the 13th century. (250 Words) View
73 Q 23- The Sangam literature is a combination of ideals with realistic history and classical epics which all together serve as the sources of history of that age. Explain. (250 words) View
74 Q 22- Throw light on the impact of Jainism and its teachings on the composite culture of Indian Society (250 words) View
75 Q 21- Discuss the advances in the field of art and architecture made during the Gupta period. (250 words) View
76 Q 20- Evaluate the impact of global warming on the coral life system of the world with examples. (250 words) View
77 Q 19- What are the most significant sources of black carbon emissions? Examine its effects on the Himalayan Ecosystem. (250 words) View
78 Q 18- What are the goals of the Deep Ocean Mission in terms of realising India's vision of harnessing the Blue Economy for long-term growth? Explain. (250 words) View
79 Q 17- India's space endeavours have been halted due to the Covid-19 epidemic; nonetheless, India must remain competitive in order to deliver effective services to its clientele. Comment. (250 words) View
80 Q 16- Examine the potential for disruptive technology to improve India's health-care services. (250 words) View
81 Q15- Analyse India's preparation in the realms of biosafety and biosecurity by highlighting the biosecurity risks of synthetic biology. (250 words) View
82 Q 14- In the recent year, Bitcoin's validity and mainstreaming have improved. Explain how Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies work in this context. Why do governments and central banks view them with suspicion? Explain. (250 words) View
83 Q.13- Determine whether an Ethanol Blending Program is required in India. What are the difficulties India shall face? Also provide a sustainable road map for the same. (250 words) View
84 Q12- Describe why India needs to change to a more sustainable, healthy, and resilient agricultural system in order to accomplish its objective of zero hunger. (250 words) View
85 Q 11. Commodities such as rice and sugar account for a large portion of India's agricultural exports; but, due to their water-intensive nature and production subsidies, they must be evaluated from a sustainability standpoint. Discuss the associated chall View
86 Q10. To what extent do you agree that interacting with the Taliban is critical to India's strategy towards Afghanistan? Explain. (250s words) View
87 Q.9 What impact did the two Covid-19 waves have on India's diplomacy? What challenges does India face in dealing with the pandemic's aftermath in the near future? Explain. (250 words) View
88 Q8. "China's hegemony in Sri Lanka poses a security threat to India." In this light, consider the necessity to restructure India's relationship with Sri Lanka. (250 words) View
89 Q7- What is Precision Farming? List the advantages and disadvantages of precision farming in the Indian agricultural system. (250 words) View
90 Q6- Examine India's policy of aggressive privatisation of state-owned firms. (250 words) View
91 Q 5- Analyse the effects of the government's laws constricting the e-commerce sector in order to protect local traders. (250 words) View
92 Q4. What do you understand by a Platform Economy? Examine the potential of it to transform the current economic structure in the country. (250 words) View
93 Q3. India cannot be in denial about mental health issues anymore. Comment. (250 words) View
94 Q2. The pandemic has made us realize that no single health care system can provide satisfactory answers to all the health needs of modern society. There is a need for an inclusive and integrated health care regime. Elucidate. (250 words) View
95 Q1. A strong and effective grievance redressal system (GRS) is essential parts of public administration, in this context discuss how to better integrate public grievance redressal and delivery systems? (250 words) View
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