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Target Mains 2019 (107 days Program)
Target Mains 2020 (180 days Program)
The intention of the 52nd amendment to the Constitution of India was to strengthen parliamentary democracy, but it has failed to curb unethical political defections. Critically evaluate (15 marks | 250 words).
Discuss the various conditions under which an ordinance can be promulgated and evaluate its impact on the spirit of democracy. (15 marks | 250 words)
Explain the role of Governor in state administration. (15 marks | 250 words)
Although the doctrine of separation of powers provided by the constitution, how the Judiciary exercises control over the executive and legislature in India. (Answer in 150 words) 10marks
Discuss the contrasting features of India constitution and French constitution with respect to the political establishment? (Answer in 150 Words) 10marks
Dr.B.R.Ambedkar proudly acclaimed that the constitution of India has been framed after “ransacking all the known constitutions of the world”. In this context, explain what structural and philosophical aspects of the constitution are derived from? (Answer in 250 words) 15marks
The constitution of India has deviated from the traditional federal systems of the world in certain fundamental aspect. Discuss (Answer in 150 words) 10 marks
In today’s scenario, the nature of separation of power has become very much diverse and complex. Do you agree? Also discuss separation of power in context of India? (Answer in 150 Words) 10 marks
The constitution of India has opted for the synthesis of parliamentary sovereignty of British and the judicial supremacy of America. Examine (Answer in 250 words) 15 marks
Discuss how the pre-congress political organisations evolved in 19th century. (Answer in 150 words) 10marks
Rivalaries in 18th Century in Europe spread to india as well. Comment in the context of Carnatic wars. (Answer in 150 words) 10marks
Enumarate different tribal uprisings , how significant is the uprisings , what were the weaknesses of the uprisings? (Answer in 250 words) 15marks
Under what circumstances can the Final Emergency be proclaimed by the President of India? What consequences follow when such a declaration remains in force? (Answer in 150 words, 10marks)
Explain the process of legislation in the Indian Parliament for an ordinary bill. (Answer in 150 words, 10 marks)
Why is salinity in subtropics greater than in equatorial region? Analyze the horizontal distribution of salinity?
What is meant by the relief of the oceans? What are the major economic resources that can be found on the ocean floor?
Give an account of distribution of fisheries in the world. What are the factors for depletion of fishing resources in world?
“Right to die with dignity is a fundamental right”. By considering the given statement, explain Euthanasia and Living Will with regards to the Supreme Court judgments. (Answer in 150 Words)10 marks
The idea of in the Indian constitution is based up on western ideas of secularism than Gandhian. Critically evaluate (Answer in 150 Words)10 marks
To what extent 103rd constitutional amendment Act will ensure in achieving the principles of Justice imbibed in the constitution. Discuss (Answer in 250 Words)15 marks
“Article 35A was against the “very spirit of oneness of India” as it created a “class within a class of Indian citizens”. In the light of given statement, examine the critical side of Article 35A along with the implications on its scrapping. (Answer in 150 Words)10 marks
Explain the differences between fold and block mountains with examples?
1 ). media which has been termed as 4th pillar of democracy as contributed hugely in upliftment of society, but in today’s time media is being taunted as voice of political parties. In this line explain the challenges faced by the media houses.comment.
2 ). off late people have been withering away from joining the politics? Explain the reasons which are impeding people from joining the politics and suggest any measures to improve political attitude amongst people?
3 ). The punishment suffered by the wise who refuse to take part in government, is to suffer under the government of bad men. Explain this statement in your own words with contemporary examples.
4 ). Analyse John Rawls’s concept of social justice in the Indian context.
5 ). “A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes.” – M.K.Gandhi
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