Tuesday, October 13, 2020

MEC 105 INDIAN ECONOMIC POLICY December 2019 Question Paper

 

MEC 105 INDIAN ECONOMIC POLICY

December 2019 Question Paper

Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Attempt questions from each Section as per instructions.

Section—A

Note :Attempt any two questions from the following in about 700 words each.

1. A marketing revolution needs to precede the second Green Revolution." Give reasons in support of your answer. Examine the feasibility of recent initiative in this context.

2. Evaluate the contribution of India's tertiary sector to GDP and employment and identify the reasons behind the gap between the two.

3. Evaluate the impact of India's economic reforms on its external sector. How can campaigns like 'Make in India' revive India's external trade ?

4. What are the indicators of quality of employment ? Has it improved or deteriorated over a period of time in India ? Give reasons.

Section—B

Note : Attempt any five of the following questions in about 300 words each :

5. State in brief the principal components of the second generation reforms in India. How have these affected India's service sector ? (B-21) 3 MEC-105

6. Evaluate the impact of India's economic reforms on human development. Is human development better in states with high State Domestic Product (SDP) ?

7. Examine the recent policy initiatives taken by India towards inclusive growth.

8. How resilient India has been to external shocks ? Comment on the implications of open capital markets in India.

9. Evaluate the extent and magnitude of inequalities of income in India relating to wealth distribution and consumption expenditure.

10. How foreign trade contributes to economic development of a country ? Why is the analysis of 'direction' of foreign trade considered important ? 

11. Evaluate the usefulness of the recent policy initiatives in the area of e-governance.

12. In the light of the rising environmental concerns across India, briefly evaluate the problems of : 

(a) Food security

(b) Global water crisis

(c) Energy security

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