Indian Economy and Issues [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 3 (Science-Tech, Economy, Environment, & Disaster Management)]: Questions 35 - 40 of 78

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Question 35

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China and Pakistan have entered into an agreement for development of an economic corridor. What threat does this pose for India՚s Security? Critically examine.

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The China - Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC) is a China՚s ambitious one belt one Road (OBOR) was started in 2013.

  • CPEC is a 46 billion dollar project, which is connecting Kashgar in Xinjiang Provision of China with Gwadar port in Baluchistan.
  • This huge project connected with the construction of power plants, ports, highways, railways through Pakista…

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Question 36

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Explain the social constraints in bringing about gender equality in Indian society.

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Gender equality is great challenge for Indian society and politics.

  • Various social traditional customary problems they areIf female comes out of house to participate in mainstream of society, male would unable to handle children and other household works on their part.
  • Females have always been subjected to domestic work. Male dominated society.
  • They a…

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Question 37

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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The government should address the implementation challenges in the PM-AASHA scheme in order to enable it to become game changer for doubling the farmer՚s income in India. Discuss.

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Minimum support price system failing to address the crisis of farm gate.

  • The price support scheme (PSS) , price deficiency payment scheme (PDPS) and the pilot private procurement and stockist Scheme (PPPS) these three schemes are the part of PM-AASHA Scheme.
  • Under PDPS the centre makes a promise to pay oilseed farmers of the difference between the MS…

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Question 38

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How globalisation has led to the reduction of employment in the formal sector of the Indian economy? Is increased in formalization detrimental to the development of the country?

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In 1991, India opened up economy by LPG reforms. i.e.. , Liberalisation, privatization and globalisation.

  • By Globalization, economies of the world move towards unrestricted cross boarder movement of goods and services, capital and labour force.
  • In India most of the employees in informal sector. In the informal sector there is no social protection, la…

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Question 39

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Discuss Economic backwardness as a major challenge of India demography. Can demography and development together smoothly?

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Equal Economic development for classes of society in all parts of the country is not being done in India. This is the main reason for the crippling of Indian demography.

  • Economic backwardness in India leading to poverty, under nutrient, lack of proper education, health awareness and basic facilities like proper drinking water and sanitation.
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Question 40

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In recent times, offshore markets have become preferred destinations for investors to invest in Indian derivatives. What are the disadvantages of these derivatives moving offshore? How can Indian policymakers rein in the vast offshore market for Indian derivatives? Examine. (250 Words)

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India՚s three main stock exchanges – the National Stock Exchange, BSE Ltd and Metropolitan Stock Exchange said they would stop licensing products and data to foreign exchanges to prevent trading from migrating overseas.

Why Offshore Markets Have Become Preferred Destinations for Investors to Invest in Indian Derivatives:

  • Dollar denominated…

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