[Insights Secure – 2015] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 09 March 2015

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How will you react to your friend’s opinions? Also analyse your friend’s opinion and examine why such opinions persist in society.

Topic: role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values. 11) One of your friends who is working as Assistant Professor in a top university is telling you that these days it’s common for girl students to wear short dress in university campus, which is a kind of ‘distraction’ and also ‘treat’ for young professors …

9) Even after the formation of NITI Aayog, the Plan and non-Plan expenditure distinction still continues – as seen in recent union budget – to guide government’s expenditure. Why do you think so? What are the benefits of removing such distinction as recommended by a committee previously? Examine

Topic: Indian Economy and issues relating to planning 9) Even after the formation of NITI Aayog, the Plan and non-Plan expenditure distinction still continues – as seen in recent union budget –  to guide government’s expenditure. Why do you think so? What are the benefits of removing such distinction as recommended by a committee previously? Examine. (200 …

8) In recent spectrum auction by the government, it was seen that the 900-MHz band was in more demand than other frequencies of the spectrum. Critically examine why. Also examine what can be possible fallout of this spectrum auction on consumers.

Topic: Resource mobilization,  8) In recent spectrum auction by the government, it was seen that the 900-MHz band was in more demand than other frequencies of the spectrum. Critically examine why. Also examine what can  be possible fallout of this spectrum auction on consumers. (200 Words) Business Standard

6) The new federalism, comprising the combination of the GST (Goods and Services Tax) and the FFC (Fourteenth Finance Commission), creates the framework for both mobilising more resources by government and spending them with greater impact. However, like all good things, realising these potential benefits will require several conditions to be fulfilled. Examine these conditions and exaplain how they can be fulfilled.

Topic: Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources.  6) The new federalism, comprising the combination of the GST (Goods and Services Tax) and the FFC (Fourteenth Finance Commission), creates the framework for both mobilising more resources by government and spending them with greater impact. However, like all good things, realising …

2) “A society that believes that every woman, irrespective of her moral or sexual choices, has the right to her own body, must also believe that a person, irrespective of the crime he is accused of, has the right to the due process of law.” In the light of recent incidences where mobs took law in their hands, critically comment on the statement.

Topic: Salient features of Indian Society 2) “A society that believes that every woman, irrespective of her moral or sexual choices, has the right to her own body, must also believe that a person, irrespective of the crime he is accused of, has the right to the due process of law.” In the light of recent …

1) The union government has decided to set up ‘One-Stop Centres’ that will provide assistance, legal advice and psychological counselling to women who have ‘faced’ violence or abuse. Critically comment on measures such as this one which try to ‘address’ violence against women.

Topic: Women issues 1) The union government has decided to set up ‘One-Stop Centres’ that will provide assistance, legal advice and psychological counselling to women who have ‘faced’ violence or abuse. Critically comment on measures such as this one which try to ‘address’ violence against women. (200 Words) The Hindu