dmpq-“Heavy public investment is necessary for the universal primary education .” Discuss by mentioning some examples from india’s states.

Seven decades after the UDHR, 58 million children are out of school globally and more than 100 million children get eliminated from the schooling system before completing primary education. India tops the list of countries with out-of-school children. The 2011 Census affirmed that 84 million children in the country do not go to school at … Read more

dmpq-“For a banking sector-dependent economy like India, the good health of the banks is very important to ensure accessible financial services and flow of credit to support the growing economy.” Discuss India’s banking sector amid covid-19 crisis.

. Indian banks were written off in the early days of the pandemic when there were expectations of an exponential jump in non-performing assets. This worry continued well into the third quarter of the year. It was, however, only after the banks, in their forward guidance, consistently talked about the lower number of restructuring requests, … Read more

dmpq-“India needs to define its climate policies in ways that meet diplomatic, developmental and climate interest simultaneously.” Discuss.

Current proposals for a pledge of net-zero emissions by 2050, particularly if bound in law, would likely win India diplomatic credit, but risk our development future, and ironically, may not, in practice, accelerate our transition to a low-carbon future. India has an opportunity to claim leadership by being ambitious, by shifting the spotlight to concrete … Read more

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