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Day 65 – Q 4. Plans drafted in a room often fail in the field. In the light of above statement discuss the importance of human interaction in civil services?

4. Plans drafted in a room often fail in the field. In the light of above statement discuss the importance of human interaction in civil services? Introduction: Policies are often framed from an objective point of view. The implementation, however, cannot be objective as it includes the human element. To . . . Read more

Day 65 – Q 3. A basic value of journalism is neutrality. With current increase of investigative journalism, do you think media is infringing in the smooth governance and judicial process in India?

3. A basic value of journalism is neutrality. With current increase of investigative journalism, do you think media is infringing in the smooth governance and judicial process in India? Introduction: Investigative journalism is the discipline of digging deep and bringing to light verified facts about wrongdoing, or about a matter . . . Read more

Day 65 – Q 2. In democracy, individuals are governed by institutions. In the light of current degradation of institutional set up, what can be the long term impacts on governance?

2. In democracy, individuals are governed by institutions. In the light of current degradation of institutional set up, what can be the long term impacts on governance? Introduction In a vibrant democracy, institutions play an important role in providing good governance to the citizens through their transparent, non-partisan and impartial . . . Read more

Day 65 – Q 1. Offlate many countries have been moving away from the international treaties for economic progress. How justified is it in terms of environmental ethics?

1. Offlate many countries have been moving away from the international treaties for economic progress. How justified is it in terms of environmental ethics? Introduction Of late, there has been news about various countries specially rich and developed countries’ withdrawal from international treaties. United States left Paris Climate Agreement and . . . Read more

Day 60 – Q 5.

Q5. While processing an important file of your department, you realise that something is fishy about the proposals made by your subordinate. A decision based purely on merit would mean the rejection of proposal and hence saving crores of rupees to the exchequer. However, you realise that your seniors have . . . Read more

Day 60 – Q 4.

Q4. You belong to a traditional Indian middle class family. Your parents hold Indian values in high esteem and have taught you and your siblings the same. Their emphasis on good ‘sanskar’ means that they intend to marry you to a cultured, traditional and devoted girl. They have their expectations . . . Read more

Day 60 – Q 3.

Q3. While driving through the city traffic, you and your spouse have to stop at a red light signal. To your notice, you find a little girl begging on the footpath with her mother. Standing next to her, is an old couple probably in their 70s, selling the tricolour for . . . Read more

Day 60 – Q 2.

Q2. Your younger brother has got influenced by a radical religious outfit that promotes hatred for the minority and aspires to build a nation based not on territoriality but on religion. You have tried to make him understand the fallouts of such thinking and even reprimanded him for joining such . . . Read more

Day 60 – Q 1.

Q1. In an unfortunate accident, one of your subordinates is hit by a car while riding his bike to office. He dies at the spot and his body is brought to the morgue of the city hospital. You and your colleagues visit the city hospital. The wife and kids of . . . Read more

Day 55 – Q 5.

5. A poor widowed mother is pained at heart to see her small baby cry daily for a bottle of milk. She can’t afford the basic necessities of life and is frustrated to see her baby suffer from hunger. Even at the heights of personal pain and suffering, she doesn’t . . . Read more