Indian Economy and Issues [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 3 (Science-Tech, Economy, Environment, & Disaster Management)]: Questions 11 - 15 of 78

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Question 11

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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What are the salient features of ‘inclusive growth’? Has India been experiencing such a growth process? Analyse and suggest measures for inclusive growth.

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Inclusive growth: A growth process in which everyone takes part in the growth as well as shapes the outcomes.

  • Salient features of inclusive growth:
  • Inclusive growth narrows the gap between communities which also bring in our concern for gender equality
  • Upliftment of women improving their educational condition and social status.
  • Inclusive growth is to i

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Question 12

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Normally countries shift from agriculture to industry and then later to services but India shifted directly from agricultural to services what are the reasons for the huge growth of services vis-a-vis industry in the country can India become a developed country without a strong industrial base?

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By the time of India became an independent many of the Western economics have already got success in industrialisation leading to accelerated growth and development.

  • But at the time India has many challenges like poverty, shortage of food grains, healthcare etc. ,
  • And the other areas of attention included industry infrastructure science and Technolog

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The right to fair compensation and transparency in land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement Act, 2013 has come into effect from 1st January, 2014. What are the key issues would get addressed with the act in place? What implications would it have on industrialization and agriculture in India?

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The Right to fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 has replaced by Land Acquisition Act of 1894.

  • The new Act will provide for rehabilitation and resettlement of people displaced by land acquisition.
  • The new act makes necessary to obtain consent of 80 % landowners required for private projects

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Question 14

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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In what way could replacement of price subsidy with Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) change the scenario of subsidies in India? Discuss.

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Farm subsidy form an integral part of the government’s budget.

  • There are farm subsidies which are provided in the form of Cheaper credit facilities farm loan waivers
  • Reduction in irrigation and electricity bills, fertilizers, seeds and pesticides subsidy the investments in agricultural research environmental assistance, farmer training etc. ,
  • These su

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Question 15

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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Women empowerment in India needs gender budgeting. What are the requirements and status of gender budgeting in the Indian context?

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Gender Budgeting: It is a general budget by the government which allocates funds and responsibilities on the basis of gender is known as gender budgeting.

  • It is done in an economy where socio- economic disparities are chronic and clearly visible on sex basis.
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  • Gender budgeting started in India wit

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