ETHICS CASE STUDY: In case you still want to pursue IAS, give compelling arguments why you want to pursue it.

Topic:   Ethics in human actions; Attitude; Emotional intelligence 9) You have graduated from a top IIT with excellent academic record. You are offered a dream job in Google. However, you always wanted to be an IAS officer. Your parents are extremely poor and you have completed your education solely on scholarships and donations. Your parents …

8) With the rate of zoonotic diseases (pathogens that jump from animals to humans) on the rise, migratory animals have been under increasing suspicion of aiding the spread of devastating diseases such as bird flu, Lyme disease and even Ebola. Examine if it’s right to put blame squarely on migratory birds for increase in the rate of zoonotic diseases.

Topic:  Conservation; S&T 8) With the rate of zoonotic diseases (pathogens that jump from animals to humans) on the rise, migratory animals have been under increasing suspicion of aiding the spread of devastating diseases such as bird flu, Lyme disease and even Ebola. Examine if it’s right to put blame squarely on migratory birds for increase …

7) Both central and state governments own huge swathes of land properties whose actual measurement is unclear. Examine critically the issue of land hoarding by government agencies and its impact on economy.

Topic:  Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment.; Infrastructure 7) Both central and state governments own huge swathes of land properties whose actual measurement is unclear. Examine critically the issue of land hoarding by government agencies and its impact on economy. (250 Words) The Hindu

6) A recent UN report has underlined that fulfilment of national pledges related to carbon emission reductions under the Paris Agreement would be inadequate to keep global warming below 2°C. Thus, a renewed focus on climate governance is imperative. Examine how can India set the precedent in deepening the dialogue process through its actions.

Topic:  Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests 6) A recent UN report has underlined that fulfilment of national pledges related to carbon emission reductions under the Paris Agreement would be inadequate to keep global warming below 2°C. Thus, a renewed focus on climate governance is imperative. Examine how can …

5) The torture of individuals in state custody remains a brazen human rights abuse that mocks our governance even as we claim human dignity as the end objective of the Indian state. Why torture is a cause for concern and what should be India’s stand on this issue? Comment.

Topic:  Mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections.  5) The torture of individuals in state custody remains a brazen human rights abuse that mocks our governance even as we claim human dignity as the end objective of the Indian state. Why torture is a cause for concern …