Development Processes and Development Industry in India
- Is the competition among neighboring states for attracting more investments and funds is within the spirit of competitive federalism? Discuss while taking examples of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
- Why is it said that rural India will have to pay for better electricity?
- The NRC experiment in Assam has led to a divisive political posturing. What do you think will be the result of similar experiments in other north-eastern states?
- What are the key proposals of the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill, 2019?
- What are the components of the new framework proposed by the government to sustain 100 per cent ODF status?
- It is time to democratize the science by focusing on the problems of the surrounding environment. Discuss
- Foreign capital is very important for a developing country like India, however there are various concerns associated with it. Discuss.
- India has a very high potential for startups, however, there has been limited success because of various challenges. Discuss.
- In view of the importance of Blue Economy to New India Vision 2030, delineate the distribution of key ocean minerals that can help India realize its potential.
- Asset monetization is imperative to achieve the goal of $5 trillion economy and fund India’s massive infrastructure needs. In the light of above statement, critically discuss the need of national monetization pipeline. Also discuss the issues that need to be addressed for its success.
- To achieve the goal of $5 trillion economy, it is imperative to put primary focus on private investments. Discuss. Also, highlight the steps taken by government to boost private investments.
- Government often cites lack of funds for development projects but there are common instances where funds lie unutilised in several departments. Explain the reasons behind this.
- In the light of increasing trend of disinvestment in India, discuss its merits and demerits.
- The contribution of the manufacturing sector, as a percentage of the GDP, has remained stagnant in recent years. In this context, analyse the achievements of National Manufacturing Policy, 2011 with regards to its intended objectives.
- India has witnessed a positive trend of rising numbers of start-ups in recent years. While analyzing the factors responsible for the same, highlight the challenges that remain. Also, suggest some remedial measures.
- Despite the achievement of several Indians in leading tech-giants across the globe, India still has one of the lowest entrepreneurship rates. Discuss the reasons behind it and enumerate the measures taken by government to increase the pace of entrepreneurship in India.
- Examine the factors on which location of semiconductor and electronic chip making industry depend. Enumerate the steps taken by India to boost electronic manufacturing in country.
- What is tokenization? What are the challenges and way ahead for this unique RBI initiative?
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