Daily Practice Sheet 28 December 2021
- December 28, 2021
- Posted by: admin1
- Category: DPS
Daily Practice Sheet
28 December 2021
Daily Prelims Topic
- Sec 13 FCRA
- Inverted duty structure
- Mangroves as blue carbon
- Kerala best state on health parameters, Uttar Pradesh worst: Niti Aayog
- 5G and its benefits
- Types of galaxies
- The National Family Health Survey found that 23.3 percent of women in the age group of 20 to 24 years were married before they turned 18. About 6.8 per cent of women in the age group of 15-19 years were already mothers or pregnant at the time of the survey. Just 41 per cent of them have had more than ten years of schooling as against 50.2 per cent of men. Even in terms of economic empowerment, such as owning a mobile phone, just 54 per cent of women own a mobile phone that they use.
- Between 1.5 and 4 million waste pickers in India work without social security, health insurance, minimum wages or basic protective gear.
- The top 1% took 38% of all additional wealth accumulated since the mid-1990s, whereas the bottom 50% captured just 2% of it. “Five Year plans contributed” to reducing the share of the top 10% who had 50% of the income under colonial rule, to 35%- 40% in the early decades after Independence. However, since the mid-1980s, deregulation
- Should AFSPA be repealed?
- Discuss the role and mandate of BSF. Why has the government extended the jurisdiction? Critically examine this decision of GOI.
- Chief Defence Staff will provide seamless coordination in higher defence management. Discuss
Topic: Statutory, Regulatory and quasi-judicial bodies
Daily Mains Mantra
GS 1: Society
GS 3: Economy
- Industrialized livestock production is a dangerous business that poses a serious threat to human health and psychological well-being. In this context, discuss the need of transition from livestock farming. [Reference: DownToEarth]
- In the light of failures of financial institutions, critically examine the need for a super financial regulator? [Reference: Times Of India]
- Analyze the factors which have resulted into steep income inequality in India in the last 30 years. [Reference: The Hindu]
GS 3: Environment