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2017 Civil Services (Main) Exam General Studies Paper-3 Question paper



Course:   University/board: UPSC Examination

Are you looking for question papers of Civil Services (Main) Exam? Here is the original question paper available for General Studies Paper-III in [Civil Services (Main) Exam] held in the year 2017? Feel free to download the question paper for forthcoming exams.



Name of the Recruitment Board: Union Public Service Commission

Name of the Paper: General Studies Paper-III

Instructions

1. The Question paper consists of 20 questions
2. All questions are compulsory
3. QUestions 1 to 10 must be written in 150 words, Questions 11 to 20 must be written in 250 words.
4. Adobe Reader is essential to read the paper.
5. Time: 3 hours

Questions:

1. Among several factors for India's potential growth, savings rate is the most effective one. Do you agree? What are the other factors available for growth potential?
2. Account for the failure of manufacturing sector in achieving the goal of labour-intensive exports. Suggest measures for labour-intensive rather than capital-intensive exports.
3. Examine the development of Airports in India through joint ventures under Public-private partnership model. What are the challenges faced by the authorities in this regard?
4. Explain various types of revolutions, took place in Agriculture after independence in India. How these revolutions have helped in poverty alleviation and food security in India?
5. What are the reasons for poor acceptance of cost-effective small processing unit? how the food processing unit will be helpful to uplift the socio-economic status of poor farmers?
6. Stem cell therapy is gaining popularity in India to treat a wide variety of medical conditions including Leukaemia, Thalassemia, damaged cornea and severe burns. Describe briefly what stem cell therapy is and what advantages it has over other treatments?
7. India has achieved remarkable successes in unmanned space missions including the chandrayaan and Mars orbitter Mission, but has not ventured into manned space missions. What are the main obstacles to launching a manned space mission, both in terms of technology and logistics? Examine critically.
8. Not many years ago, river linking was a concept but it is becoming a reality in the country. Discuss the advantages of river linking and its possible impact on the environment.
9. Discuss the potential threats of cyber attack and the security framework to prevent it.
10. The North-East region of India has been infested with insurgency for a very long time. Analyze the major reasons for the survival of armed insurgency in this region.
11. One of the intended objectives of the Union Budget 2017-18 is to 'transform, energise and clean India.' Analyse the measures proposed in the Budget 2017-18 to achieve the Objective.
12. Industrial growth rate has lagged-behind in the overall growth of Gross-Domestic-Product in the post reform period. Give reasons. How far the recent changes in Industrial-Policy are capable of increasing the industrial growth rate?
13. What are the sailent features of inclusive growth? Has India been experiencing such a growth process? Analyse and suggest measures for inclusive growth.
14. What are the major reasons for declining rice and wheat yield in the cropping system? How crop diversification is helpful to stabilise the yield of crops in the system?
15. How do subsidies affect the cropping pattern, crop diversity and economy of farmers? What is the significance of crop insurance, minimum support price and food processing for small and marginal farmers?
16. Give an account of the growth and development of nuclear science and technology in India. What is the advantage of fast breeder reactor programme in India?
17. Climate change is a global problem. How India will be affected by climate change? How himalayan and coastal states of India will be affected by Climate Change?
18. On December 2004, tsunami brought havoc on fourteen countries including India. Discuss the factors responsible for occurence of tsunami and its effects on life and economy. In the light of guidelines of NDMA (2010) describe the mechanisms for preparedness to reduce the risk during such events.
19. Mob violence is emerging as a serious law and order problem in India. By giving suitable examples, analyze the causes and consequences of such violence.
20. The scourge of terrorism is a grave challenge to the national security. What solutions do you suggest to curb this growing menace? What are the major sources of terrorist funding?



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