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    1. Mission Karmayogi is aimed at building a future-ready civil service with the right attitude, skills and knowledge, aligned to the vision of New India. Discuss. (150 words)

    2. A reflection of the socio-economic challenges of India is visible in the recent ‘Yellow Vests Movement’ of France. Analyze. (150 words)

    3. With respect to the Model Code of Conduct, discuss the steps taken by the Election Commission to prevent the promotion of publicity through social media by political parties after the end of the election campaign. (150 words)

    4. As a developing nation, hunger and poverty remain major obstacles of India, which has also been substantiated by the recent Global Hunger Index report. Identifying the causes associated with hunger and poverty in India, discuss some innovative measures for their resolution. (150 words)

    5. Discuss the provisions outlined in the Constitution to protect the economic and cultural interests of the backward areas and tribals of the country. (150 words)

    6. Recently, the US has renamed ‘United States Pacific Command’ of its military to ‘United States Indo-Pacific Command’. In the context of ‘Indo-Pacific Command’, elaborate the strategic importance of the Indian Ocean. (150 words)

    7. Rural development can be ensured through focus on employment and enterprises in rural areas. Explain the statement while discussing the government's efforts in this regard. (150 words)

    8. Corruption can be controlled by empowering the principal investigating agency CBI by appointing the Lokpal. Clarify. (150 words)

    9. “A silent democratic revolution started in India through the Panchayati Raj Institutions.” Analyze. (150 words)

    10. Commenting on the role of Self Help Groups (SHGs) in the development of rural India, explain the extent to which these are helping women empowerment? (150 words)

    11. G-20 was established to eradicate the complexities of the financial system but these issues are not being prominently highlighted in the organization’s programmes. However, the consent of member countries on the proposals by India is a good sign towards achievement of its objectives. Explain. (250 words)

    12. The Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) is based on the theme of ‘One nation one plan’. It also removes all the shortcomings of old schemes and incorporates their advantages. But the recent report of the Parliament’s committee on estimates conveys many problems in the scheme. Discuss. (250 words)

    13. NOTA option has not produced the expected results towards electoral reforms. Would giving the general vote status to NOTA be helpful in enhancing its effectiveness? Analyze. (250 words)

    14. The recently popular ‘#MeToo’ campaign has emerged as an effective tool against the exploitation of women. Discussing the statement, suggest some innovative measures that can be adopted by the government in this direction. (250 words)

    15. The police forces have the responsibility of maintaining public order in the country but the police system in India is going through many institutional and technical challenges. Explaining the statement, discuss the Supreme Court’s guidelines on police reforms. (250 words)

    16. Indo-Nepal relations are on the decline due to increasing Chinese activity in Nepal. Discuss the possible measures that can be taken by the Government of India in the light of the statement. (250 words)

    17. Within four years of its launch, ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ has achieved multidimensional triumphs in the field of rural cleanliness. Validate the authenticity of the statement in the light of the recently published Parliamentary Standing Committee Report. (250 words)

    18. “The presence of leprosy in India seems to be tarnishing the goal of a healthy and empowered society.” In the context of the statement discuss the current social condition of leprosy patients and efforts being made to eradicate the disease. (250 words)

    19. In different states of India, there are varying structures of the Lokayuktas, their jurisdiction and eligibility aspects, but it has an important role in countering corruption in the state. Examine the role of Lokayukta in the light of the statement. (250 words)

    20. In a parliamentary democracy, Parliamentary committees play the role of a mentor in assuring government’s accountability to the public. Discuss. (250 words)

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