GS paper II
- ‘Courts should be dealing with serious criminal offences, not with petty cases’ – Ques. “knowing the famous saying that justice delayed is justice denied, the judicial system of India is weighted down by thousands of pending cases which requires a judge strength of three or four times the present number which is simply not appropriate”, while critically analysing the given statement describe what measures should be by the government to fulfil the perspective of bringing systemic reform to all levels of the judicial hierarchy to overcome the prevailing issues.
- Learning from NREGA – Ques. “Much remains to be done to ensure that NREGA is corruption-proof — not just the wage component but also the material component”, Discuss.
GS paper III
- RBI to conduct frequent term repos for better liquidity management – Ques. Critically analyse the measures adopted by RBI to ensure flexibility and transparency in liquidity management operations.