5) Analyse the reasons behind India’s problem of e-waste and provide an account for the ineffectiveness of the rules.(250 words)

Topic:  Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment. 5) Analyse the reasons behind India’s problem of e-waste and provide an account for the ineffectiveness of the rules.(250 words) Reference Why this question: The article provides a closer look at the menace of e-waste that India is facing. Key demand of the question: The answer …

4) Discuss the key features of Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) also bring out the key findings’ of 2019 edition. (250 words)

Topic:Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment. 4) Discuss the key features of Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) also bring out the key findings’ of 2019 edition. (250 words) Reference Why this question: The question is based on the theme of CCPI and the key findings of 2019 edition. Key demand of the question: …

3) Do you agree that the country must deregulate the space sector to encourage private enterprise so as to compete in the new space economy? Analyse.(250 words) 

Topic:Awareness in the fields of IT, Space 3) Do you agree that the country must deregulate the space sector to encourage private enterprise so as to compete in the new space economy? Analyse.(250 words)  Livemint Why this question: The article throws light upon space as an emerging economy and the rising strides of competition. Key …

2) “The essence of the Juvenile Justice Act of 2000 is to ensure that the trial in the regular court is offence-oriented and in the juvenile court it is offender-oriented.” How far do you think the Juvenile Justice Act of 2000 has been successful in the above aspect? Discuss.(250 words)

Topic: Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. 2) “The essence of the Juvenile Justice Act of 2000 is to ensure that the trial in the regular court is offence-oriented and in the juvenile court it is offender-oriented.” How far do you think the …

1) What is a whip? Discuss the roles and functions that a chief whip would play when a government faces no-confidence motion in the lower house? (250 words)

Topic: Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these. 1) What is a whip? Discuss the roles and functions that a chief whip would play when a government faces no-confidence motion in the lower house? (250 words) Timesnownews Why this question: The question is …