24 June 2018 Hindu based mains questions
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Wildlife habitats have been under threat from mining and other development activities. What are the government initiatives to reduce ecological impact of development. discuss Sustainable use of forest land in Indian perspective. Impacts on wildlife 1. Loss of Genetic diversity among the floral species of the forest This loss leads to environmental imbalance in the region Impact of environmental imbalance on the wildlife of the region 2. 3. 4. Reduction in population migration and other consequences Extinction of species Example : The reduction in number of frog species and the population of frogs in many urban regions and other developed areasdeveloped areas 5.
Mining in the forests and ecologically sensitive areas is an unsettled debate. The Environment Ministry is still working with the Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Coal andhathtes.to markouthe areas where mining will be prohibited. The ecologically sensitive zone and regulations around these zones can improve the situation But the the dilemma of development versus environment debate and different stakeholders has not got a sustainable solution yet.
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What is external debt? Is it a cause of worry in the current economic situation of the country External debt is the money that borrowers in a country of to foreign lenders There are two major risks involved in foreign borrowings. One is that, like in the case of domestic borrowings, there could be unexpected changes in the interest rates charged on these loans. Another major risk is unexpected changes in the exchange rates of currencies. Further interest rate hikes could cause more outflow of capital from the emerging markets, thus causing unexpected changes in borrowing rates and the value of the rupee.
Discuss the founding principles of the healthcare for India and the present status of health care system . Have we achieved the Bhore committee It was constituted around 1943 and the recommendations were accepted in 1952 it It had recommended comprehensive Universal and free at the point of delivery based on a government led service and to be paid from tax funded revenues This was the starting of India versus Healthcare system The recent National health policy 2017 and the summary of it set goals.?
Indian healthcare delivery system is categorised into two major components - public and private. The Government, i.e. public healthcare system comprises limited secondary and tertiary care institutions in key cities and focuses on providing basic healthcare facilities in the form of primary healthcare centres (PHCs) in rural areas. The private sector provides majority of secondary, tertiary and quaternary care institutions with a major concentration in metros, tier I and tier Il cities. India's competitive advantage lies in its large pool of well-trained medical professionals. India is also cost competitive compared to its peers in Asia and Western countries. The cost of surgery in India is about one- tenth of that in the US or Western Europe.
Though we seem to have achieved access to Healthcare and improve the indicators and other parameters regarding the health of the nation the increased out of the pocket expenditure on health which pushes a major chunk of population of the country below poverty line is a matter of concern The public Healthcare system needs to evolve to suit the burden of diseases and the type of population Conclusiorn
Disadvantages Advantages of genetically modified crops for farmers Increased yields and productivity Input cost on the seed and fertilizer Does genetically modified crop Technology have potential to boost farmers income? Discuss rice Reduced agricultural diversity and the ecological impact ofthis reduced diversity and long-term ecological impact ingeneral Access to market and other facilities are not impacted directly ambiguity in terms of consumption of genetically modified crops inthe market its focus is on increase in quantity and to some extent quality Increased ease of agriculture
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