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Question 104

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Are Classrooms Irrelevant to Learning?

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  • Education is the foundation of earthly existence. It involves a process of learning where a package of knowledge is transferred to learners. This learning makes a person capable enough to handle the diverse challenges of life. The process of learning has evolved over the ages. From Gurukuls of ancient times to the establishment of the global univer…

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Question 105

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Progress and Growth are linked to the Environment of Tolerance and Mutual Respect

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  • Progress is the outcome of an ecosystem created by peaceful political environment, transparency in governance, balance between economy and environment and government՚s commitment towards the equitable regional growth for all classes. If any of the above are missing, uncertainties and doubts start creeping in about the general environment prevailing…

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Question 106

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“Age considers; youth ventures” – Rabindranath Tagore

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  • The journey of life is fascinating. It՚s like a river that keeps changing and meandering its very flow but yet so constant in its ability to maintain itself. Such is life and its various courses.
  • For me it certainly resembles a river. Full of energy when young. Ferocious and energetic. Defining its own path and taking everything that comes in its pa…

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Question 107

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Is India A Truly Federal Republic? Critically Examine.

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  • A federation, also known as the federal state, is a political entity characterized by a union of partially self-governing states or regions under a central (federal) government. In a federation, the self-governing status of component states, as well as division of power between them and the central government, are typically constitutionally entrenc…

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Question 108

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Secularism and Development in India

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  • People don՚t just talk they live religion here – Oprah Winfery I am Parsee, which is a religion minority not just in India but throughout the world and yet I went on to become the Chief Justice of India – Justice S. H. Kapadia (on his retirement)
  • Societal fabric is woven over a period of time. The fabric has threads of religious beliefs, political s…

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Question 109

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“Labour Reforms in India and its Role in Economic Development”

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  • Thousands of serf labourers and indenture farmers, gathered to put demand of relaxation in front of British office. Because they were forced to grow indigo and other cash crops instead of the food crops which were necessary for their survival. Also these goods were bought from them at a very low price, and then suppressed by the ruthless militias o…

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Question 110

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Farmer Suicide Epidemic: How Can India Stop It?

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  • Farm suicides has been a tormenting reality for the country in general and economy in particular. Even a prima facie analysis shows that the main problem has been agricultural crisis since last few decades. While the overall economy is expected to grow at 8 - 9 % with a few even targeting double digit growth, agriculture sector is targeted to grow …

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Question 111

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“Don ′ t count your chickens before they hatch.”

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  • What can be better than taking a lucid example to understand the proverb? I had to give my boards. I thought of studying “the next day” , this “next day” was actually never coming. My mother warned me “This way you՚ll have to suffer while the exam is the next day” .

    “I՚ll manage” , I said.

  • Why is there a requirement to wait for the eggs to hatch befo…

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Question 112

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“Honesty is the best policy.”

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  • ″ Ram and Shyam were two of those students who were eagerly waiting for the boards results. Shyam got one percent more marks than Ram. Unlike Shyam, Ram could not make it to his desired college and he chose to go into teaching profession. After six years, Ram is a teacher and contributing to the society by satisfactorily performing his duty. He has…

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Question 113

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Globalization is dead

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  • Noted journalist Thomas Friedman observed that in globalization 1.0 that began around 1492, the world went from size large to size medium. In globalization 2.0, an era that introduced us to multinational companies, it went from size medium to size small. And then around 2000 came globalization 3.0, in which the world went from being small to tiny.
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Question 114

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Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind.

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  • “It was not by accident that the greatest thinkers of all ages were deeply religious souls” -Max Plank
  • Science is a vast arena that relies on experimentations and observations – a medium that has rationalism ingrained and a mean to reach absolute reality. Drastically opposite, Religion is code of life that has ethics as foundation stones.
  • While on oc…

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Question 115

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Political Interference in Bureaucracy – Causes, Consequences and Remedies

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  • Political representation and bureaucracy go hand in hand in any democratic set up like India. They are integral and inseparable part of the administration which basic purpose is to provide services to its citizens. Thus, interaction and influence become inevitable. At this juncture, two forms are possible- one is ‘intervention’ and another is ‘inte…

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Question 116

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Judiciary in India – Its Role in Safeguarding Democracy

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  • Judiciary is one of the three basic institutions of the state for the proper governance of the country (others are executive and legislature) . It is assigned with the duty of safeguarding the Indian constitution in spirit and letter along-with accommodating dynamic socio-economic changes in the constitution.
  • It acts as the protector and guarantor o…

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Question 117

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Development Goals and Poverty

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  • As the clock struck 10 am, everybody can feel the extraordinary energy exuberating in the corridors of power in Delhi. The time was fixed for an exchange of MoU to establish one of the biggest Aluminium extracting plant in one of the remotest locations, somewhere close to the eastern coast of India. Before, nobody except few, were actually aware of…

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“Democracy and socialism are means to an end, not the end itself.” – Jawaharlal Nehru

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  • The Science governing means to achieve end of a just human society has been an evolving one. It has no definite theory and any new theory is tested in the light of its effect during the course of its implementation. There is no laboratory to conduct social experiments and then let them be used in society at large.
  • Further the new theories proposed a…

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