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IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014 : General Studies III: Model Question Paper

Oct 15, 2014 12:46 IST

    IAS Prelims 2014 results were declared on 14 October 2014. More then 16 thousand candidates have cleared the IAS Prelims Exam 2014 and qualified for the IAS Main 2014. IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014 will be conducted from 14 December 2014. So there will be very tough competition in the IAS Main Exam as always the case. The candidates needs to be ready for the upcoming challenges and should think about the interdisciplinary questions having relation with the current affairs.

    IAS Main General Studies III is a very dynamc paper as its syllabus consisits of a large number of small topics which are important in all aspects. To provide the candidates a fair idea of questions we are providing this

               Model Question Paper for the IAS Main General Studies III

    Total Marks 250                            Time Alloted 3 Hours

    Q.1)    New Economic Policy is promoting jobless growth. Critically examine statement.
    Q.2)    What is Black Money? What are Causes and Remedies for the problem of Black Money in India?
    Q.3)    Despite giving the constitutional status to the Local Bodies, still these local bodies are struggling with financial crunch. Give the comments in the favor of statement.
    Q.4)    Providing new banking licenses to the corporate would help to achieve the financial inclusion. Enumerate  with suitable facts and figures
    Q.5)    Building stronger institutions for better policy outcomes is precondition for Macro Economic stability, elucidate.
    Q.6)    RBI is not able to achieve the twin objectives: inflation and growth, How far this statement is true?
    Q.7)    What are the different components of land reforms in India?
    Q.8)    Achieve the high growth with Zero Defect and Zero Effect; explain this statement with respect to the manufacturing sector.
    Q.9)     India is regarded as the basket of fruits and vegetable but despite that food processing industry is in very dismal conditions. Discuss the importance and objective of Mega Food Park Scheme in the light of this statement.
    Q.10)    Critically examine the policy of disinvestment adopted by the government of India in Last decade.
    Q.11)    What is Direct Tax Code? What are the difficulties in its implementation?
    Q.12)    What is Silica Dust and how it can be prevented or treated?
    Q.13)    What is the system of Rice Intensification? Critically examine
    Q.14)     What is the RTS,S and How does it work?
    Q.15)    Write short note on following:
    a.    Ebola
    b.    MERS
    Q.16)    Name the different Gases classified as Green House Gases? Explain the logic behind not including the Water Vapor as green house gas despite being main cause behind the global warming.
    Q.17)    What is the Green Climate fund? Developed country did not keep their promises with respect to helping developing countries to deal with climate problem. Critically examine.
    Q.18)    The Dissolution of Planning Commission will help in speeding up the business in India. Comment.
    Q.19)    How far special infrastructure scheme (SIS) has been successful in dealing with Naxalite problem in India
    Q.20)     The old laws are serving more as a hurdle than the felicitator in Decision making. Comment .Substantiate your answer with example
    Q.21)    How ISRO can help in combating the dangers of Internal Security.
    Q.22)    Internet can serve as the Backbone of financial Inclusion. Discuss
    Q.23)    Shale Gas is the fuel of Future. What Steps the Government of India is taking to explore this possibility to ensure Energy Security.
    Q.24)    Discuss various Information Technology Tools which can be used in the Agriculture.
    Q.25)    Discuss the Significance of the Mars Mission of India.

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