Insights Daily Debates, Day – 166: For USA, India Really Doesn’t Matter Much in its Scheme of Priorities

Insights Daily Debates: Day – 166 18 March 2016 Archives Today’s Topic ”  For USA, India Really Doesn’t Matter Much in its Scheme of Priorities” NOTE: Unlike past we will not be giving you topic in question format. We observed that it turned out to be another Q & A session. We will just mention the …

Insights into Editorial: Let larger pictorial warnings stay

Insights into Editorial: Let larger pictorial warnings stay 17 March 2016 Article Link Summary: Just few weeks before pictorial warnings covering 85% of the principal display area of the front and back sides of all tobacco products can become effective, a Parliamentary Committee on Subordinate Legislation report tabled in the Lok Sabha recently said that …

Test – 15: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016)

Test – 15: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 18 March 2015 Click on the below questions and answer each within the word limit specified before each question. 1) Critically analyse the contribution made by William Jones towards understanding India’s culture and tradition. (200 Words) From Plassey to Partition, Chapter – 2 …

10) “The man who is most frequently associated with the struggle for the freedom of the Press during the nationalist movement is Bal Gangadhar Tilak.” Examine why.

Test – 15: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 18 March 2015 10) “The man who is most frequently associated with the struggle for the freedom of the Press during the nationalist movement is Bal Gangadhar Tilak.” Examine why. (200 Words) India’s Struggle for Independence, Chapter – 8

6) How did the new judicial administration system introduced in mid nineteenth century, which was different from the Mughal judicial system, affect ordinary people in the British India? Examine.

Test – 15: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 18 March 2015 6) How did the new judicial administration system introduced in mid nineteenth century, which was different from the Mughal judicial system, affect ordinary people in the British India? Examine. (200 Words) From Plassey to Partition, Chapter – 2

3) “While the pressure of the free trade lobby at home worked towards the abolition of the Company’s monopoly over Indian market, it was Evangelicalism and Utilitarianism, which brought about a fundamental change in the nature of the Company’s administration in India.” Examine.

Test – 15: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 18 March 2015 3) “While the pressure of the free trade lobby at home worked towards the abolition of the Company’s monopoly over Indian market, it was Evangelicalism and Utilitarianism, which brought about a fundamental change in the nature of the Company’s administration …

The Big Picture – Haryana & Rajasthan: Education criteria in local elections

The Big Picture – Haryana & Rajasthan: Education criteria in local elections Summary: In an unusual move the opposition in Rajya Sabha led by congress recently managed to get an amendment passed to the president’s address delivered by the president at the beginning of the ongoing budget session. In what is considered as an embarrassment …

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 18 March 2016

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 18 March  2016 Archives – Secure 2016 Click on EACH question to post/read  answers. General Studies – 1; Topic: Art and culture 1) What are the basic attributes of Sufism? Discuss its influence on Islam and other cultures in India. (200 Words) The Hindu General Studies – …

8) Large scale rigging of exam process, cheating and using unfair means to score good marks in exams to get entrance to professional courses or to pass board exams is increasing in many parts of India. Why do you think this trend is on rise? How can it be curbed? Discuss.

Topic:Role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values 8) Large scale rigging of exam process, cheating and using unfair means to score good marks in exams to get entrance to professional courses or to pass board exams is increasing in many parts of India. Why do you think this trend is on rise? …