UPSC Mains General Studies Test Series  (Target UPSC CSM-2017)

Test-17


Here is the 17th Mains Marathon General Studies Test.


Q1-  Do you agree with the view that the functioning of Indian parliament has seen a serious decline in the recent years? Give some suggestions to improve its functioning.

Q2- How is the election procedure of President of India different from the election procedure of President of America? Also, give a comparative analysis of powers of both the presidents.

Q3-  In the Indian Constitution, there is separation of powers in a broad sense only. A rigid separation of powers as under American Constitution or under the Australian Constitution does not apply to India. Comment.

Q4- Sports governance in India is in crisis. Discuss the steps taken by the government to reform the sector.

Q5- Critically examine the need to give contempt powers to Election Commission of India.

Q6-  Do you think that the sudden proliferation of informative society has brought much desirable change in the functioning of the government?

Q7- What is Good governance? Examine the impact of e-governance on good governance. Does there exist any paradox between the two concepts?


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