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16th July 2018 mains questions
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P L Bhargavi
A speck of universe, trying to save her instincts and intuitions from the robotic chores. scored 150 in geography optional II

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P L Bhargavi
a year ago
I am going to rerecord it today. I was in train with my child. hope you understand. I am really sorry for the inconvenience. you have the questions. please write good answers and post in comments . it will help me. thank you.
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  4. PHILANTHROPY IN CENTRAL TO ENABLING A QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE COUNTRY. DISCUSS e The privatisation of higher education has not been driven by philanthropy but to a large extent by commercial and for-profit interests that do not have a symbiotic relationship with the vision, values and ethos of a university. Higher education and universities (private or public) by their very nature ought to be not-for-profit and established through philanthropy. The historical evolution of public universities in India and their exclusive dependence on the government for all financial resources have contributed to limiting the capacity of funding that could be available for public universities

  5. The future of Indian universities (public and private) will significantly depend upon our ability to harness the possibility of individual, institutional and corporate philanthropy for the purposes of higher education. A major legal and policy reform to promote some form of mandatory corporate social responsibility (CSR) was initiated through the Companies Act, 2013. Path- breaking, it had the potential to transform the relationship between business and society. Unfortunately, the results so far have not been encouraging.

  6. WHAT ARE YOUR VIEWS ON GOVERNMENT SETTING UP SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS HUB. DO YOU THINK IT'S A BREACH OF PRIVACY.2 Keep an eye on social media platforms e A dedicated platform for the first time The concerns on legality, privacy, and freedom of speech Possibility of abuse Mass surveillance

  7. WHAT ARE THE WELFARE SCHEMES IN INDIA FOR TENANT FARMERS? WHAT ARE SOME CHALLENGES.? The farmers eligible under the KCC scheme include small farmers, marginal farmers, share croppers, oral lessee and tenant farmers e Tenancy Acts are different for different states and absence of any standard procedure is a challenge. Legal restrictions on land leasing have affected agricultural efficiency in several ways.

  8. There is ample research evidence to suggest that economic forces drive land leasing, while ban or restrictions have only reduced the extent of land available in the lease market and have reduced the welfare of poor tenants by forcing them to enter into informal arrangements, in contravention of the rules and also by restricting the poor peoples' access to land through leasing

  9. DO YOU AGREE WITH THE PHRASE "HISTORY IS WRITTEN BY THE VICTORS". CRITICALLY ANALYSE THE STATEMENT. e History optional students, might want to write a better answer e Considering any period, more about victors is found than the other kings e It might be true about modern period as well. But it is not always true

  10. CONSTITUTIONS CAN BE CHANGED IF THE TRUE WANTING. DISCUSS./CONSTANT REPAIR AND RENEWAL OF CONSTITUTIONALISM IS PRIME FUNCTION OF ADJUDICATION The amendment procedure of the Indian Constitution and its restrictions The essence of power vesting in people The ways in which this power was misused