Q1. Indian Constitution provides for a welfare
state. Where is it mentioned?
Relevance: GS-3: Indian Economy and issues relating to
planning, mobilization, of resources, growth, development and employment.
Key Phrases: Sovereign Green Bonds (SGrBs),
inter-governmental groups, multiple price-based methods, Fund Utilisation, ESG
(environment, social and governance).
Relevance: GS-3: Issues relating to Intellectual Property
Key phrases: National IPR Policy, Intellectual Property
Appellate Board, dedicated IP benches, IP-friendly jurisdiction, Evergreening of
the patent, Patent-friendliness, Patent Bargain Innovation-driven competition.
Relevance: GS-3: Transport and Marketing of Agricultural
Produce and Issues and Related Constraints; E-technology in the aid of farmers
Key Phrases: Performance-linked Budgeting-size or
Assets, Equity Grants (EGs), Credit Guarantee Schemes, Improving operating
effectiveness of dairy FPCs, Companies Act 2013, Welfare Model of
Relevance: GS-3: Science and Technology- developments and
their applications and effects in everyday life.
Key Phrases: Renewable Energy, Decarbonisation, Paris
Agreement, Energy Transition, Budget, Net-Zero, Investment, Planning, Borrowing,
Relevance: GS-1: Population, Migration and Associated
Issues and remedies.
Relevance: GS-2: Issues relating to the development and
management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health; Hunger and Poverty
Q1. Consider the following statements with respect
to Healthcare statistics: