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HCS mains general studies question paper 2011

HCS Mains-2011  General Studies  

Time- 3 Hrs             M.M 100

Note: 

  1. i) All questions are compulsory
  2. ii) The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question. 

iii) Clearly mention question number and part number before attempting. 

  1. iv) The parts of the same question must be answered together and must not be interposed between answers to other questions. 
  2. v) Limit your answer to the word limits mentioned for each part. Divide your time proportionately for each question.

 

1.(a) Write about the cause of the rise of religious movements of Jainism of 6th century BC.  ( About 200 words)  (7) 

(b) Write about the Judicial Reforms in British India.                         (About 125 words)                        (4) 

(c)  Write briefly on the following. 

(i) Bhakti Movement 

(ii) Rajneesh Movement 

(iii) Singh Sabha Movement 

(iv) Brahma Kumaris                     (40 words each)                                              (Marks: 4*1=4) 

 

2.(a) Write about economic growth in India after Post-liberalisation period (since 1991) ( About 200 words)      (7)                    

(b) Evaluate the Human Right Issues in India.   (About 125 words)    (4)

(c) Write briefly on the following.   (4)

(i) National Policy for Farmers-2007 

(ii) Minimum Support Price                       (75 words each) (Marks: 2*2=4) 


3.(a) Explain Globalization and its impact on industry in India               (About 200 words)                               (7)

(b) What do you mean “Bharat Nirman” and how it is going to bring wholelistic development planning in India.   (About 125 words)    (Marks: 4)

(c) Write briefly on the following. 

(i) National policy for farmers-2007

(ii) Minimum Support Price

(75 words each) (Marks: 2*2=4)

4. (a) Write about the salient features of the Industrial Policy of Haryana-2005.  (About 200 words)    (7)

(b) Evaluate the central food schemes and other assistance programmes to ensure food security for the poor in India 

(About 125 words)    (Marks:4)

(c) Write briefly on the following. 

(i) Project Arrow

(ii) National Health Plan             (75 words each) (Marks: 2*2=4)

5.(a) Explain the objectives of the Indian National Environment Policy of 2006.                      (About 200 words)    (7)

(b) How National River Conservation Directorate (NRCD) is managing Water Bodies in India.  (About 125 words)    (4)

(c) Write briefly on the following

(i) Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 

(ii) Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I)        (75 words each) (Marks: 2*2=4)

6.(a) What is Dengue Fever and highlight its causes and consequences in India.      (About 200 words)             (7)

(b) What are the issues and challenges to have universal healthcare system in India? (About 125 words)           (4)

(c) Write briefly on the following.

(i) Hepatitis

(ii) Typhoid                                         (75 words each) (Marks: 2*2=4)

7.(a) Compare and give reasons for the below mentioned literacy rate in the selected states of India.               (Marks:4)



Rank

State 

Literacy rate -Male 2011 Census 

Literacy rate -Female 2011 Census 

1

Andhra Pradesh

75.6%

59.7%

2

Arunachal Pradesh 

73.7%

59.6%

3

Assam

78.8%

67.3%

4

Bihar

73.5%

53.3%

5

Chandigarh 

90.5%

81.4%

6

Chattisgarh 

81.5%

60.6%

7

Jharkhand 

78.5%

56.2%



(b) Ram, Shyam and Mohan own stock in their company in the ratio 4:5:6 . If the total value of the stock is Rs. 45,000. What value of stock would Mohan need to give Ram for all three to own the stock equally?                 (Marks:3)

(c) A total of 600 copies were sold. 55% were sold at 45% discount, 20% were sold at 25% discount and the remainder were sold at the full price of Rs. 9.95. What was the total revenue in Rupees?                       (Marks:3)