Daily Practice Sheet 22 November 2021
- November 22, 2021
- Posted by: admin1
- Category: DPS
Daily Practice Sheet
22 November 2021
Daily Prelims Topic
- Carbon Credits
- National Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Centre (NCIIPC)
- Chabahar port
- Inverted duty structure
- National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL)
- Importer-Exporter Codes (IECs)
- Commissionerate System
- Minsk Accord
- Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace Disarmament and Development for 2021
- Healthcare equity in urban India
- Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR)
- In India, in 2019 alone, 19 extreme weather events reportedly claimed 1,357 lives, with heavy rains and floods accounting for 63 per cent of deaths. Over 5,300 heat waves-related deaths have been reported in the past seven years.
- A 2019 report on adaptation estimates that between 2020 and 2030, investing $1.8 trillion for global adaptation measures in five areas — early warning systems, climate-resilient infrastructure, improved dry land agriculture, mangrove protection and resilient water resources — could generate $7.1 trillion net benefits.
Topic: Public Distribution System- Objectives, Functioning PDS -Limitations, Revamping
- Has the PDS failed India’s poor? Discuss the loopholes in the present PDS and also suggest measures to revamp it.
- What do you understand by targeted PDS? Critically examine its effectives in achieving food security. Discuss the need for universalization of PDS.
Daily Mains Mantra
GS 1: Geography
- Why is cobalt becoming important in the global metal trade? On a map of the world explain its geographical distribution and the geo politics around it. [Reference: Indian Express]
GS 2: Polity
- What are interest groups? Discuss the various methods used by farmer’s organization to influence policy making.
GS 3: Environment
- What are carbon credits? Why did it failed? In this context critically examine internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcomes (ITMO). [Reference: Business Line]
- Not giving climate adaptation as much importance as climate mitigation was an injustice to vulnerable countries. Comment.
GS 3: Science and Technology
GS 4: Ethics