[JKPSC] Time has come to revisit, rethink and reshape Indian Cities. Discuss. (150 words) (10)

Time has come to revisit, rethink and reshape Indian Cities. Discuss. (150 words) (10) Answer Urbanization is the process of the population shift from rural to urban areas. It is largely driven by economic growth and industrialization, leading to a concentration of population in cities. India is currently facing an unprecedented urbanization boom, with the … Read more

Q.) Discuss the positive and negative effects of globalization on women in India. 2015

Globalization involves people, companies, and governments globally interacting and integrating. Faster connectivity has encouraged globalisation. Positive effects of globalization on women 1) Role-redefined The belief that women should be homebound has changed. More women are independent and participate in family and societal decision-making. Globalization has made this possible. 2) Bad practices eliminated Globalization has helped … Read more

What is the basis of regionalism? Is it that unequal distribution of benefits of development on a regional basis eventually promotes regionalism? Substantiate your answer. 2016

People living in a particular geographic region who are connected by their particular language, culture, and other factors may express a shared sense of identity and purpose through regionalism. For instance, the movements in Telangana, the North East, and Khalistan Although unequal resource distribution is not the only reason, it contributes to regionalism. Other factors … Read more

Society Mains (GS I) Previous Year Questions

Salient features of Indian Society; Diversity of India Customs and traditions suppress reasons leading to obscurantism. Do you agree? 2020 What makes Indian society unique in sustaining its culture? Discuss. (10m,150 words) 2019 Do we have cultural pockets of small India all over the nation? Elaborate with examples. (15m,250 words) 2019 The spirit of tolerance … Read more


Hindu succession (amendment) act, 2005 This act governs property division within the Hindu undivided family. In the year 2005, Parliament amended this act. As per this amendment, daughters were allowed to have equal rights. They were made coparceners in ancestral property. A coparcener is someone who shares equally with others in inheritance. Under the Mitakshara … Read more