Revised Launch of our Mains DMPQ Program under the expert guidence of Sri Shresth Dixit, who will be the program cordinator for the DMPQ Program. Students may contact for any querries with Sri Shresth Dixit on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The most important features of the revised DMPQ are as follows:-
- Now the model answers will be provided for all the questions of DMPQ.
- Daily Set will include 6 questions (5 related to GS part of syllabus )
- Questions of DMPQ will be different from the mains test series and it is a humble request to even the subscribers of Mains test series to actively participate in Mains answer Writing practice.
- The Program will be completely FREE
- Reviews by the Pscnotes.com team will be furnished for the students answers along with suggessions.
TOD: 1) Be the change you want to see in the world.
2) We won’t have a society if we destroy the environment.
3) Thank God men cannot fly, and lay waste the sky as well as the earth.
FOD: India’s energy consumption per capita is just 806 kwh. For USA the figure is 12,984…..( world bank.. think where it can be used)
India occupies 2.4% of the total world land but population is 17% of the world population.
The national density of doctors was 79.7 per lakh population, of nurses and midwives 61.3 per lakh, and of dentists just 2.4 per lakh.
- Why twin deficit is a concern for any economy? Outline the methods adopted by Government of India to deal with twin deficit. ( Economy)
- Indian economy is a gamble of Monsoon. In this context explain the mechanism of monsoon? ( Geography)
- What is Industrial revolution 4.0? Major components of IR 4.0? What are the advantages for India? ( Science)
- 44th Amendment Act 1978, not just reversed the distorted provisions of 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act 1976, but also inserted some safeguards for preventing the gross misuse of power. In the light of above statement, outline the important changes brought through 44th Amendment act. ( Polity)
- Why there was the need of an all India organisation which later in came in the form of congress?
- Explain the following:
2) Working capital
3) Caste system
4) Social accounting
- what are the benefits attached in adopting electric vehicles in India? ( Science)
- Explain: Prahaar, Sagarika, Shaurya
- What is Soil? Given an account on the types of soil in India? ( Geography)
- Although both Non cooperation and Civil disobedience were launched under the leadership of Gandhi but there were some differences in both the movements. Discuss the difference?( History)
- In India governor’s role is not beyond criticism. There is an allegation of Governors post being politicised and not more than decorated post. What changes you can suggest to change this perception? ( Polity)
- Although India is one of the fastest growing economy the global environment is not conducive enough. Explain the interdependence of global economy with Indian economy. ( economy)
- What is financial inclusion? How financial inclusion can lead to inclusive growth? ( economy)
- Discuss the structure and stratification of the atmosphere?( geography)
- What is National Biopharma scheme? ( science/ scheme)
- Moderates and extremist were two exponents of Indian National movement. What were the major differences between Moderates and Extremist? ( history)
- The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) is the institution through which the accountability of the government to Parliament and through Parliament to the people is ensured. Discuss. ( Polity)
- Explain the following terms
- green mobility
- Biochemical oxygen demand
Q3. Tabulate the difference between western ghats and eastern ghats? (Geography)
Q4. Highlight the Characteristics of Indian economy. (Economy)
Q6. Explain the Salient features of Indian Constitution? (Polity)
Q1. Note on Medieval Indo-Islamic Architecture. (History)
Q3. What is the role of NITI aayog? (Economy)
4.What are malware? What are its different types? (Science)
Q2. India is a federation with a strong centre. Comment. (Polity)
Q5. What are the causes of unemployment in India?(Economy)
3. Sugar mills are facing some serious problems in the recent past. List down the reason for problems attached with sugar mills. Why performance of mills in peninsular India is better than that of north India?(Geography)
4. Present a critique on DPSP. (Polity)
5. Enumerate the characteristics of 1857 revolt. (History)
5. What is net neutrality? Write down the significance..(Science)
3. What is 3 parent child?(Science)
4. Compare Temperate cyclone and tropical cyclone. (Geography)
- What are neutrinos? How they are formed and list down their applications.
- Re -promulgation of ordinance is a threat to the democratic set up. In light of the statement discuss what is ordinance making power of president? limitations on ordinance making power.
- One of the effect of Home rule movement was that Participation in freedom movement shifted from elite class to masses, which gave it a new dimension. Do you agree with the statement.
- What are the reasons for high fertility rate in India?
- What is globalisation? Examine its impact on the pattern of employment.
- What is e governance? What are its benefits ?
- Child marriage is rampant in India. Explain the factors responsible for this practice.
- what do you understand by the term demographic dividend? This dividend is fast becoming liability. Discuss?
- What is Li-fi technology? List down its application
- Evaluate the role of Dayanand Sawati in the social reform movement of the 19th century.
- What is Disinvestment? What are its advantages and disadvantages.
- what are seismic waves? Explain the different type of seismic waves?
- State public service commission are not at par with the union public service commission. Discuss
- What is radioactivity? List down the application of radioactivity
- Lord Rippon contribution to Indian governance was of immense significance. comment
- What is El Nino and southern oscillation and How it affects the Indian Monsoon.
- What are intellectual property rights? What is the need of IPR? List down the objective of IPR policy?
- What are lok adalats:its structure and function? How they are different than normal courts?
- What is the difference between Tax evasion and Tax avoidance? What are the methods of Tax evasion?
- Eventhough Non cooperation movement failed to achieve its objective but it gave direction to the national movement.
- What is FRBM act? Why the objectives of FRBM were not achieved.
- What are the qualities of a fissile material. Discuss the advantage of Thorium reactors.
- Do you think there is an urgent need of reform in Criminal Justice system.
- Discuss the evolution of modern education in India.
- Discuss the factors associated with tea cultivation.
- Explain the Role and functions of state secretariat
- why desert are on the western margins of the continent?
- Discuss the role played by DRDO in Life science field.
- What is ecommerce? Various types of models of e-commerce? What are the positives for e commerce.
- Discuss the role played by Subash Chandra boss in the Indian national freedom struggle.
- Chief secretary is a lynchpin in state administration. Discuss.
- Higher teledensity will help to solve various problems. In light of this discuss the recently drafted National telecom policy.
- What were the characteristics of Modern Indian Nationalism.
- Explain the Savanna type of climate
- Examine the role of startup as driver of growth.
- State secretariat plays a crucial role in policy making. In this context explain the roles and functions of State secretariat.
c) Cannister launch missile system
a) The institute of the Christian religion
d) Letter of indulgence
- What are Chemical weapons? Give some examples.? List down the conventions against the use of chemical weapons.
- Distribution of volcanoes around the world.
- Tendulkar committee on estimation of poverty changed the basis of calculating poverty. Discuss.
- List down the causes of Renaissance?
- Discuss the Challenges faced by the ECI? List down the reforms brought out by ECI for conducting free and fair elections.
- “ Every men is his own Priest” Discuss the significance of statement? ( 5marker) ()
- Why reformation started in Germany?( 5marker)()
- Why Renaissance began only in Italy and Nowhere else? Discuss the characteristics and Impact of Renaissance?
- Explain the Concepts of air breathing propulsion and re-usable launch vehicle? How these two technology can be game changer for our quest for space?
- Differentiate between the Composite and the shield Lava.
- If poverty is a problem, rural poverty poses a greater threat . In this context discuss the reasons for rural poverty.
- What is a motion? What is the difference between censure motion and no confidence motion.
- Write in 50 words about the following
a) Wassenaar Agreement
b) Australia group
- Give an account on the Distribution of Earthquake potential zone in the world.
- Discuss the features of consolidated FDI Policy for 2017.
- Enumerate the difference between ballistic and cruise missile.
- Please gave an account of the following in 50 words. a) fissure vent b) Chinook c) Fohn
- Safeguarding the political right is an integral part of the constitution. In this context discuss the role of election commission
- What is enlightenment? What are the core concepts of Enlightenment? Name some modern thinkers.
- What are sedimentary rocks? What are the its different types? List down the features of sedimentary rocks.
- What are ethical issues attached with Biotechnology? Discuss in detail.
- Discuss the Challenges faced by the ECI? List down the reforms brought out by ECI for conducting free and fair elections.
- Impact of Industrial revolution was huge on Europe in general and Britain in particular. Comment
- 2/3rd of our population lies in the rural India. In rural India incidence of poverty is high. Discuss the methods adopted by the Government of India to address rural distress.
- Explain the following term: a) Biomagnification b) Bioremediation
Thought of the day: Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
Facts on education: Only 25% of the higher education age group were enrolled in higher education in India as of 2013, in comparison to the UK or France where the number is around 60% or Brazil, another BRICS country, where the rate was around 36% in 2009.
- Exit problem is the biggest hurdle for Indian firms as per economic survey. To get rid of this Insolvency and Bankruptcy code was passed. What are the features of IBC.
- Safeguarding the political right is an integral part of the constitution. In this context discuss the role of election commission.
- What are the reasons for seasonality?
- What is Biopiracy? Give some examples?
- Moderates played an important role in the Freedom struggle. What are the characteristics of Indian Nationalism?
- What is catalytic converter? What is its significance. ( 5 marker) and What is galvanisation?( 5 marker)
Thought of the day: “If we waste our time, it wastes us”
- Even though Indian economy is growing at a rate of 7% GDP, but still it has some Inherent vulnerabilities? Discuss (Economy)
- What is continental drift theory? Write down the evidence for continental drift?( geography)
- World war I brought significant changes? Discuss the Impact of World War I?( world History)
- Inadequate implementation of Constitutional safeguards is one of the reason for Tribal Unrest? Discuss.( Polity+ sociology)
- Explain ‘Geysers’ and ‘Hot springs’? ( – GS II/ Unit 3)
- What is MIRV? Discuss its significance. (-GSII/unit 2)
- What is digestion and digestive system? Explain the mechanism of digestion of food?( Science)
TOD: Envt. Pollution does not know the political boundary.
FOD: India’s Cash/gdp aprox.12%
- What were the objectives of Demonetisation? What were the positive effects? ( Economy/ GS 1)
- What is Trade parity Price? ( /2marker/economy/GSI)
- What is e-way bill? ( /2 marker/GS1/economy)
- What is OPEC? ( – 2 marker/ International relation/GSIII)
- What is Communalism and Communal violence? How to fight against communalism? ( Sociology)
- What were the most significant changes and outcomes of the world War II? ( / world History syllabus)
- Western Ghats in Karnataka receive more monsoon rainfall than Mahahtra and Kerala.Explain (Geography)
- Explain the cleansing action of Soap?( GS II/ General Science)
TOD: Poverty anywhere is danger to prosperity everywhere.
FOD: According to the national judicial data grid, 3.3 crore cases are pending in Indian Court.
SC : 57,987
HC’s: 43 lakhs
Sub-ordinate: 2.84 crore
- Government policies and schemes for the welfare of tribals have not borne the desired result. List down the causes of the ineffectiveness of the schemes and policies . Give some suggestions to improve their condition. (Sociology)
- What is Respiratory system? Give an Overview of Respiration Process? ( Science)
- DMPQ: Unutilised employment potential in the phase of demographic transition will only lead to demographic catastrophe. Explain the cause of Unemployment in India. Steps taken by India to tackle unemployment. (Economy)
- Explain the following: 1) Global Human Capital Index 2) Municipal Bond 3) P-notes 4) Security transaction tax
- What are the objectives and features of Pradhanmantri Krishi Sichai Yojana? ( Government Schemes)
- The peasantry of his dominions are protected, and their labor encouraged and rewarded” John shore stated about the Mysore kingdom. In this context discuss the reforms initiated by Tipu sultan which were way ahead of the time. ( Modern history)
TOD: Modern Technology owes ecology and apology.
FOD: According to an analysis of labour bureau data 4.75 million are entering the work force annually.
- The executive power of the Union shall be vested in the President and shall be exercised by him either directly or through officers subordinate to him in accordance with this Constitution. But President also enjoys legislative powers. Delineate the legislative powers of the President.( Polity)
- What is Permanent settlement? Writ its impacts.( Modern History)
- What are different types of plate boundaries?( World Phy. Geo)
- A healthy inftructure is must for a sustained economic growth. Bharatmala project was one of the step towards healthy inftructure. What is Bharatmala project? What are the challenges in its implementation? ( Govt. Schemes)
- Recently inftructure status was given to the logistics sector? Analyse the advantages and major hurdles. (economy)
- Explain the following terms;
2) Repo rate
3) Base rate
4) Marginal cost of fund based lending rate
Daily Mains Practice Questions- DMPQ is a free for all initiative by PSCNotes Team just like daily current affairs program to provide 2 questions from each paper daily to cover the entire syllabus of Mains for the aspirants.
How is it different from our regular test series program?
- First of all this program will be free and it’s basically a peer group support system where the aspirants themself analyse the ans of others and get mutually benefitted.
How it will work ?
- The ans could be uploaded or typed in the comment box. It would be beneficial for the Mains students to write the ans on paper and upload the images in the comment box.