The state should take care of its orphaned children, but even as it acknowledges that institutionalisation of children may be detrimental over the long term, it should pay equal attention to the finer aspects of child care, and allow itself to be guided by a child-centric adoption policy. Analyse.

Topic: Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources. 3. The state should take care of its orphaned children, but even as it acknowledges that institutionalisation of children may be detrimental over the long term, it should pay equal attention to the finer aspects of child care, and …

Cities are the growth engine of national wealth and income production; however, the existence of slums in the urban units is a challenging issue in urban planning which has major social-economic ramifications. Analyse.

Topic: urbanization, their problems and their remedies. 3. Cities are the growth engine of national wealth and income production; however, the existence of slums in the urban units is a challenging issue in urban planning which has major social-economic ramifications. Analyse. (250 words) Difficulty level: Moderate Reference: Insights on India Why the question: The question …

Slums in cities are the worst form of struggle for the teaming masses of people who cannot afford anything better. Analyse.

Topic: Role of women and women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies. 1. Slums in cities are the worst form of struggle for the teaming masses of people who cannot afford anything better. Analyse. (250 words) Difficulty level: Easy Reference: Insights on India Why the question: …

In the wake of rapid urbanisation, slums in cities have become an almost inevitable and necessary evil. Analyse the major social consequences of urbanisation in relation to the life and activities of urban slum dwellers.

Topic: urbanization, their problems and their remedies. 3. In the wake of rapid urbanisation, slums in cities have become an almost inevitable and necessary evil. Analyse the major social consequences of urbanisation in relation to the life and activities of urban slum dwellers. (250 words) Difficulty level: Easy Reference: Down to Earth Why the question: …