6) What do you understand by Citizen’s Charter? Discuss in detail its importance and objectives, Also discuss the problems faced in its implementation.(250 words)

Topic: Citizen’s charter 6) What do you understand by Citizen’s Charter? Discuss in detail its importance and objectives, Also discuss the problems faced in its implementation.(250 words) Ethics by Lexicon publications Why this question: The question is based on the topic of citizen’s charter and its importance. One has to as well discuss the issues/concerns …

5) “Assertion of environmental citizenship by the people of India is the need of the hour”. Analyse the statement with suitable examples.(250 words)

Topic: Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment 5) “Assertion of environmental citizenship by the people of India is the need of the hour”. Analyse the statement with suitable examples.(250 words) Indianexpress Why this question: The article discusses in detail the Hindu Vedic principle of Rta dharma – Sanskrit for “truth” or “order”. It …

4) The progress in livestock sector of the country is directly related to a more balanced development of rural economy and upliftment of poorer sections of the society. comment.(250 words)

Topic:  Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Public Distribution System- objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions; economics of animal-rearing. 4) The progress in livestock sector of the country is directly related to a more balanced development of rural economy and upliftment of …

3) Agriculture is possibly the most environmentally destructive human activity, high yields coupled with lower greenhouse gas emissions, which GM crops have been proven to provide, are absolutely essential for a sustainable future. Critically analyse. (250 words)

Topic:  Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Public Distribution System- objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions; economics of animal-rearing. 3) Agriculture is possibly the most environmentally destructive human activity, high yields coupled with lower greenhouse gas emissions, which GM crops have been …

2) Do you think the recent G20 summits have turned into talking shops rather than getting down to brass tacks? Critically analyse.(250 words)

Topic: Important International institutions, agencies and fora, their structure, mandate. 2) Do you think the recent G20 summits have turned into talking shops rather than getting down to brass tacks? Critically analyse.(250 words) Livemint   Why this question: World leaders from 19 countries and the European Union met recently in Osaka, Japan for latest edition …

1) India’s megacities have continued to remain engines of growth; however, a faster pace of spatial development is the need of the hour to enable the country to take full advantage of its demographic dividend afforded by its young population. Discuss. (250 words)

Topic: population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues. Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment. 1) India’s megacities have continued to remain engines of growth; however, a faster pace of spatial development is the need of the hour to enable the country to take full advantage of …