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[MISSION 2022] SECURE 2022 : Full Length Secure Revision Test: 21 May 2022



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Answer the following questions in 150 words:

General Studies – 1


1. The Quit India Movement was nothing short of a radical revolution. Elucidate. (150 words, 10 marks)


2. Trace the evolution of Mughal architecture under various Mughal emperors with a special emphasis on architectural development under Shahjahan. (150 words, 10 marks)


3. What are the causes of inequality in the Indian society? Enumerate various steps that are needed ensure an equitable society. (150 words, 10 marks)

General Studies – 2


4. Critically analyse India’s efforts towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. What course corrections are required to meet the targets? (150 words, 10 marks)


5. Lok Adalats were established to make justice accessible and affordable to all. Analyse the performance of Lok Adalats in achieving their stated objectives. (150 words, 10 marks)


6. Hunger and malnutrition have a negative and a disproportionate impact on various socio-economic indicators. Examine the causes and suggest long term solutions to address this issue. (150 words, 10 marks)


7. Cultural heritage between India and Nepal can be a key political and strategic opportunity for both countries to re-define relations and bolster them. Discuss. (150 words, 10 marks)

General Studies – 3


8. Examine the impact that Industry 4.0 will have on India. Suggest measures that are needed to maximise benefits and minimise losses due to Industry 4.0. (150 words, 10 marks)


9. Examine the various obstacles to an energy secure India. How can the government ensure energy security while honouring its net zero commitments? (150 words, 10 marks)


10. India is very frequently prone Landslides, yet the steps towards mitigation and prevention have not yielded desired results. Critically analyse. (150 words, 10 marks)

Answer the following questions in 250 words:

General Studies – 1


11. The open yet restricted rivalry that developed after World War II between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective allies, was waged on political, economic, and propaganda fronts and had only limited recourse to weapons. Analyse. (250 words, 15 marks)


12. Analyse the role of public health engineering in ensuring clean water and sanitation as well as addressing the growing demands for water consumption and preservation in India. (250 words, 15 marks)


13. Explain the phenomenon of deglobalisation that is being witnesses across the world. What are the causes for it? Are there any positives for the Indian society in deglobalisation? (250 words, 15 marks)

General Studies – 2


14. When we build back from the devastating impact of the pandemic, resilient health systems must be the bedrock of emergency preparedness and health infrastructure. Elaborate. (250 words, 15 marks)


15. While some believe that judicial activism is necessary for the protection of public interest, others are of the opinion that as a judicial function, courts are required to interpret law and not make them. Examine. (250 words, 15 marks)


16. Unresolved issues, unstable economic relations and varying domestic politics are affecting the relationships of various south Asian countries with India. Analyse. What steps are needed so that there can be a collective response to these challenges? (250 words, 15 marks)

General Studies – 3


17. Balancing between food security and ensuring better returns to farmers through exports is a delicate act. Do you think that the recent ban on export of wheat by the government is a right decision? Analyse. (250 words, 15 marks)


18. Niche banking will lead to Indian financial sector getting some niche and specialised players of global and Indian origin and create a focus on specific areas, which will help industries as well as the banking sector become more competitive and innovative. Elaborate. (250 words, 15 marks)


19. Evaluate the various measures initiated towards tiger conservation and protection in India which has resulted in steady increase in population of tigers. What are the key learnings from these measures towards conservation efforts of other species? (250 words, 15 marks)


20. Adopting biofuels as an alternative source of energy can significantly improve farmers’ income, generate employment opportunities and reduce imports. Examine the role of National Biofuel Policy in promoting biofuels in the nation. (250 words, 15 marks)


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