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[MISSION 2023] Mini Secure Revision Test: 24 September 2022


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Answer the following questions in 150 words:

General Studies – 1


1. How has the society changed to accommodate the aspirations and ambitions of young women? Do you think modern women have more opportunities to succeed?

Reference: Indian ExpressInsights on India/


General Studies – 2


2. Examine the issues in awarding a death sentence to a convict in the “rarest of rare” cases. What reforms are needed in humanising the sentencing process?

Reference: The HinduInsights on India


3. Do you think the Non-Proliferation of nuclear weapons (NPT) has been effective enough to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons? State your opinion.

Reference: Insights on IndiaInsights on India


General Studies – 3


4. Critically analyse the current Foreign Trade Policy (2015-20). What measures are needed in the upcoming Foreign Trade Policy to help push up goods and services exports?

Reference: The HinduInsights on India/


5. Discuss the role of New Logistics Policy (NLP) in reduction of overall logistics cost and increase the competitiveness of domestic goods in the global market.

Reference: Indian Express


Answer the following questions in 250 words(15 marks each):

General Studies – 1


6. Why is caste discrimination still widely prevalent in the contemporary society? Suggest measures that are needed to overcome it.

Reference: The HinduInsights on India

General Studies – 2


7. The government needs a coherent policy for deeper and wider connection with the Indian diaspora, while also playing a more proactive role in developing closer contact with them. Discuss.

Reference: Insights on India


8. The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCOs) purpose is increasingly in question, considering the fact that there are serious internal disagreements and suspicions within the group. Analyse.

Reference: Insights on India

General Studies – 3


9. Tea industry is facing a number of problems resulting in low production of tea and tea leaves. It is the policy makers who have to formulate strategies to keep this industry thriving and profitable. Examine.

Reference: Live Mint


10. One of the main factors contributing to air pollution and decreasing air quality in regions of north India is the burning of agricultural waste. Additionally, failure to use stubble as a fuel or fodder results in financial losses as well. Analyse.

Reference: The PrintIndian Express , Insights on India

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