8) It is said that international development aid is based on the Robin Hood principle: take from the rich and give to the poor. Looking at its consequences, do you think this form of aid is ethical? Critically comment.

Topic:Ethical issues in international relations and funding 8) It is said that international development aid is based on the Robin Hood principle: take from the rich and give to the poor. Looking at its consequences, do you think this form of aid is ethical? Critically comment. (150 Words) Livemint

6) “India’s FDI inflows are healthy and it is among the top 10 destinations in the world, but these investments are still small compared to the economy and in the global scheme of things.” Analyse.

Topic:   Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.   6) “India’s FDI inflows are healthy and it is among the top 10 destinations in the world, but these investments are still small compared to the economy and in the global scheme of things.” Analyse. (200 …

5) Recently the union government raised the FDI limit for airlines (including regional operators for whom FDI of 49 per cent was only allowed last November) to 100 per cent, with automatic approvals for foreign ownership up to 49 per cent. Critically examine the implications of this move to various stakeholders.

Topic: Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.   5) Recently the union government raised the FDI limit for airlines (including regional operators for whom FDI of 49 per cent was only allowed last November) to 100 per cent, with automatic approvals for foreign ownership up to …

3) In the light of the Constituent Assembly debates and recent debates on the relevance of Rajya Sabha, critically comment what role the Rajya Sabha needs to play in the Indian body politic today.

Topic: Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these 3) In the light of the Constituent Assembly debates and recent debates on the relevance of Rajya Sabha, critically comment what role the Rajya Sabha needs to play in the Indian body politic today. (200 Words) The …

2) The P.J. Nayak committee, constituted by the RBI, came to a quick conclusion in its report that the problem at PSBs was fundamentally one of governance. Looking at the present bad loan crisis, do you agree with this conclusion? In your opinion, how can government solve present crisis in the Indian banking sector? Critically discuss

Topic: Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability 2) The P.J. Nayak committee, constituted by the RBI, came to a quick conclusion in its report that the problem at PSBs was fundamentally one of governance. Looking at the present bad loan crisis, do you agree with this conclusion? In your opinion, how can government solve present crisis …

6) From its erstwhile status as provider of stable and secured employment, government institutions and public sector firms have slipped to a situation where the terms of work are increasingly dismal and comparable to those prevailing in the “informal sector”. Critically examine why this trend is increasing and with what implications.

Topic: Employment 6) From its erstwhile status as provider of stable and secured employment, government institutions and public sector firms have slipped to a situation where the terms of work are increasingly dismal and comparable to those prevailing in the “informal sector”. Critically examine why this trend is increasing and with what implications. (200 Words) The …

5) Recently, the union government raised Foreign investment (FDI) caps in seven key sectors, including aviation, defence, pharma, food products. Analyse implications of this move to their respective sectors

Topic:  Resource mobilization; Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.   5) Recently, the union government raised Foreign investment (FDI) caps in seven key sectors, including aviation, defence, pharma, food products. Analyse implications of this move to their respective sectors. (200 Words) Livemint The Hindu

3) Do you think The Delhi Assembly’s Bill to protect the appointment of 21 parliamentary secretaries from disqualification under the ‘office of profit’ claus is legitimate? Critically comment.

Topic: Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these 3) Do you think The Delhi Assembly’s Bill to protect the appointment of 21 parliamentary secretaries from disqualification under the ‘office of profit’ claus is legitimate? Critically comment. (200 Words) The Hindu The Indian Express

1) The World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Report 2015 ranked India at 139 out of 145 countries on the economic participation and opportunity gap. Analyse the present status of women economic participation and opportunity gap in India.

Topic: Role of women 1) The World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Report 2015 ranked India at 139 out of 145 countries on the economic participation and opportunity gap. Analyse the present status of women economic participation and opportunity gap in India. (200 Words) Livemint

9) Hate crimes in India and around the world are increasing. There are people who hate you for no reasons. For an administrator, which qualities are very important to deal with haters and carry on their public service normally? Discuss.

Topic:Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics in human actions; Attitude 9) Hate crimes  in India and around the world are increasing. There are people who hate you for no reasons. For an administrator, which qualities are very important to deal with haters and carry on their public service normally? Discuss. (150 Words) General