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IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014: Important Topics

Jagranjosh.com presents the Important topics for the IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014 for the candidates

Dec 11, 2014 12:32 IST
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IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014 is round the Corner. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) recently issued Admit Cards for the IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014. In the year 2013, UPSC brought some well anticipated and expected changes in the Syllabus, Number of Papers, Maximum Marks of the Paper and Format of the Question Papers.

The number of questions had increased enormously and hence the prospective Topics which need to be covered are also increased in ten folds. Most of the Topics are the amalgamation of the interdisciplinary in their orientation and difficult to compartmentalize them. That is the reason we are giving here some of the most important topics for the Exam without dividing them into the scheme of the papers.

Important Topics

  1. How the booming e-Commerce business in India is changing the buying pattern of the masses?
  2. Do we have adequate infrastructure to regulate the booming e-Commerce Business
  3. Pacific Asia is becoming a new Interest area for the Competing World Powers
  4. Judicial Reforms are the need of the hour
  5. We are unable to develop the new industrial urban center
  6. The recent Constitutional Failures in the
  7. The change in the societal values and Colonial Laws
  8. The change in the societal Values and needs in amending the definition of Juvenile/Adult
  9. ISRO is serving the mankind since its inception
  10. The Societal Values and the rights of the Transgenders.
  11. The conditions of the Transgender Rights in India.
  12. The New Anti-Naxal Doctrine
  13. The impending need of the Food Security and its relation with the WTO negotiations and Increasing Subsidy Bills
  14. National Conservation Policy
  15. Indian Foreign Policy is oriented to secure the Long Term Energy Security
  16. The Mega Food Parks Scheme
  17. The second Generation Financial Reforms are necessary now
  18. The current situation of the Israel-Gaza Conflict is making the polarization of the World Powers
  19. India needs to balance between the Development and the Environment
  20. There is a long overdue of the land Acquisition Reforms
  21. International Patent Laws and the evolving Indian counterpart
  22. The Pros and Cons of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana
  23. Financial Inclusion will pave the way for the Inclusive Growth
  24. Cricket is no more the only game promoted in India.
  25. Evolution of the games other then Cricket in India
  26. Lawful Intercept and Monitoring (LIM) Systems in India
  27. The Nomenclature of the Natural Disasters
  28. The project NETRA is a necessary Project to be implemented
  29. The Mega Power Projects and their effects on the Environment
  30. Low Cost Medicine Policy in India
  31. Low Cost Housing in India

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