Indian Economy and Issues-Inclusive Growth and Issues Arising from It [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 3 (Science-Tech, Economy, Environment, & Disaster Management)]: Questions 1 - 7 of 15

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Question 1

Inclusive Growth and Issues Arising from It
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Appeared in Year: 2015

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Comment on the financial relations between the Union and states in India. Has post-1991 liberalisation in anyway affected it?

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The constitutional provisions controls the financial relations between the centre and the states.

  • Sources of union government r of income tax other than agricultural income, customs and excise duty.
  • Sources of income of state government are land revenue, taxes on vehicles, sales tax etc. ,
  • And the other hand there are certain taxes which are levied by…

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Question 2

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Appeared in Year: 2015

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Discuss the role of public sector during the post reform period of Indian economy and examine the effects of globalisation on poverty removal in India.

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In public sector units post reform period shows much development.

  • Globalisation, liberalisation and privatisation has changed the attitude and structure of the PSUs.
  • Government policies have been directed to make PSUs much more autonomous and this autonomy is utilised by them for growth.
Table Shows GDp , Industry and Services Growth Rate
  • Post reform p…

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Question 3

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What is the role of external financial assistance in Indian economy?

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External financial assistance have been coming in different fields like poverty alleviation programmes, literacy campaigns, housing, healthcare, infrastructure development and Employment generation with the economic reforms restricting and Indian economy since 1991.

  • But in sometimes India had to depend upon the external financial assistance (EFA) fo…

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Question 4

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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 5

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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To what factors can be the recent dramatic fall in equipment cost and tariff of solar energy be attributed what implications does the trend have for thermal Power producers and related industry?

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Reasons for dramatic fall in equipment cost

The tariff of the solar Energy in India or solar cost in India is a low in the entire world.

  • There is lot of Government incentives subsidies has been given to this solar sector.
  • There are massive buddy which are taking place by international.
  • Technology advancement which is taking place.
  • The countries like us …

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Question 6

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Discuss the pros and cons of implementation of Universal Basic Income in India.

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Universal basic income is a provision of giving money to all its citizens for their basic fundamental needs. The main features of UBI are

  • Universality: irrespective of social and economic status of the people it means all people from poor to rich would get the money.
  • Un conditional: no condition on how to use that money
  • Agency: under UBI the Governmen…

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Question 7

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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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