5) For India, among the largest food producers globally, the challenge is to counter the effects of erratic rainfall, raise productivity and use water efficiently. Examine how Indo-Israeli Agriculture Project (IIAP) seeks to address these challenges through technological interventions.

Topic:  e-technology in the aid of farmers  5) For India, among the largest food producers globally, the challenge is to counter the effects of erratic rainfall, raise productivity and use water efficiently. Examine how Indo-Israeli Agriculture Project (IIAP) seeks to address these challenges through technological interventions. (250 Words) Livemint

4) The World Bank’s latest “Global Economic Prospects” report shows that the second wave of change in the global labour market will play out over the next two decades, with developing economies contributing to all of the addition in the global skilled labour force, as the number of skilled workers in advanced economies is expected to decline. How should India gain from this employment shift? Analyse.

Topic:  Employment 4) The World Bank’s latest “Global Economic Prospects” report shows that the second wave of change in the global labour market will play out over the next two decades, with developing economies contributing to all of the addition in the global skilled labour force, as the number of skilled workers in advanced economies is …

3) It is said that there are clauses in the RTE Act which have enormous catalytic potential but that have gone largely untouched and unnoticed. Discuss the features of these provisions which can radically transform school education in India.

Topic:  Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Education 3) It is said that there are clauses in the RTE Act which have enormous catalytic potential but that have gone largely untouched and unnoticed. Discuss the features of these provisions which can radically transform school education in India. (250 Words) The Hindu