3rd June 2018 mains questions based on Hindu
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If the happiness and well being of citizens are compromised what use does society have for such growth Discuss. Dimensions of happiness and wellbeing 1. Nutritional food 2. Preventive Health to wellness 3. Standard of living 4. Education 5. Freedom of decision making
A new internet of things device which is Abhaya - foolproof safety mechanism to protect women in public transport has been launched by Andhra Pradesh. How do you see internet of things taking up the good governance.? Various aspects of good governance participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive,effective and efficient, equitable and inclusive, and follows the rule of law Internet of things and there current uses The use of technology and training the personell
Aurobindo Ghose, better known as Sri Aurobindo is known to the entire world as a great scholar, a national leader and a spiritual guru. Discuss the life and works of Sri Aurobindo and their relevance in Indian freedom struggle .He attained his basic as well as higher education from the United Kingdom. His literary excellence had been exemplary and brought him innumerable acclaims. .He returned to India as a civil servant to the 'Maharaja of State of Baroda Sri Aurobindo's participation in the Indian national movement was short but impactful. His writings promoted the idea of complete independence for India thereby landing him in jail for political unrest. He came to limelight with his active participation in the freedom struggle against the British in India but he gradually evolved to become a spiritual and yogic guru.
Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, Medical Council of India Act, 1956, Central Council for Indian Medicine Act, 1970. There has been a gradual Revival in the number of clinical trials in India .comment on regulations and guidelines in the same in our country There is also a three tier mechanism.First, the applications are reviewed by the Subject Expert Committees (SECs) In second stage they are monitored by Technical committee and finally by the Apex Committee. Once this mechanism is completed then final approval is given by Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) whose approval is mandatory Indian Council of Medical Research, the apex regulatory body for clinical trials, was set up to promote research culture in India and develop infrastructure for clinical trials.
. Dr. Ranjit Roy Chaudhury expert committee was formed to develop the guidelines and policy for the approval of new drugs, clinical trials and also regarding the banning of drugs. The committee recommended that there was a need for controlling the medical education fees in the country. Other recommendations include the need to address the skewed ratio of undergraduate to postgraduate seats, review the rules for starting medical colleges, having more transparency in medical counci functioning, and adding more professionals to the council The committee also stated the need for increasing the doctor-population ratio
India-Singapore relations are based on shared values and approaches, economic opportunities and convergence of interests on key issues. Both countries have a ful alendarar of more than 20 bilateral mechanisms, dialogues and exercises, many of which take place annually Discuss the multidimensio nal nature of India Singapore relationship. Agreements concluded between India and Singapore reflect the growing breadth of our cooperation and provide a larger framework for activities between the two Governments, the business community, and people-to- people exchanges.
Key agreements include the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (2005), Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (1994, Protocols signed in 2011), Bilateral The 5-S Plank - Five areas of cooperation to enhance bilateral relations - referred to as 5-S Plank-were agreed during the visit of EAM to Singapore in August 2014 5S Plank directs the relationship towards-(i) Scale up Trade & Investment; (ii) Speed up Connectivity; (ii) Smart Cities and Urban Rejuvenation; (iv)Skill development; and (v) State focus.
. Even if the Arctic becomes ice free, the Northern sea Arctic sea route might be a feat future geopolitics of the world DISCUSS. route will not be an easily navigable route anytime soon. It will not be practical for container traffic, it may be ok for bulk carriers carrying gas. But it is containers which constitute the major traffic Arctic region which has permanently frozen ice is melting at an increasing rate due to global warming and is expected to be ice free by 2060.
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