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→ Essays

→ GS-2: CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS  FROM UPSC GS 2 SYLLABUS AND SOURCES OF STUDY

→ Federalism

→Inter-State Council becoming irrelevant due to NITI Aayog? Should they be merged?

→GST [issues such as federalism, GST council, impacts on states etc]

→First Past the Post System in India. Pros and Cons.

→Political Parties under RTI

→Electoral Reforms

→Why is Judicial independence central to democracy?

→Political Institutions in India

→Women in Local Governance

→Relevance of Rajya Sabha

→ Removal of Governor

→President’s Rule

→Panchayati Raj [also the new Gram Swarajya Mission]

→PESA and its challenges

→Separation of Powers

→Dispute Redressal Mechanisms and Institutions

→Judicial Review in India

→Center-State Investment Agreement [CSIA] – federalism

→NEET — National Level, Common Test

→National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission — importance, recent issues, organization

→Model Code of Conduct

→Rail Budget Scrapping

→Censorship

→Road Safety in India

→Good Samaritan Guidelines in SaveLIFE Foundation PIL

→Defamation as Criminal  offense — Supreme Court declares it to remain so.

→Public Officials and the Validity of Section 199(2) of Cr. PC upheld

→Sedition (IPC Section 124A)

→Domestic Violence

→Bonded Labour

→Tribal Justice System

→Indian Judiciary Issues

→Criminal Justice System

→Alternative Dispute Resolution

→Judicial Appointments Issue [NJAC and finalization of MoP]

→Recording Each Vote in Parliament

→New Framework for Grants by Centre to the States

→Electoral Reforms in India

→Elections of Legislative Assemblies

→Land Reforms [IMP]

→Capital Punishment

→OROP

→Family Law Reforms

→Impact of Self Help Groups on financial inclusion in India

→Bank Sakhi Program

→Minority Institutions in a Secular Country

→RBI Governor appointment and responsibilities

→LGBT

→Rule Based Governance — need

→Supreme Court Order on AFSPA

→AFSPA

→Disabled People — Supreme Court’s actions

→Higher Education Finance Agency [HEFA]

→Child Labour

→AADHAR AND HEALTH CARE

→UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE in India

→Police Reforms

→Supreme Court orders Police to upload FIR in 48 Hours

→Classification as Special States — new reform and old challenges:

→Universal Basic Income (UBI)

→Bharat Bill Payments System (BBPS)

→Corporate Inversion

→Lodha Committee Recommendations and the role of Supreme Court

→Poor Sports Governance in India

→Voter Education in India

→Condition of Under trials

→Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 [passed]

→National Women Policy

→Euthanasia

→Simultaneous Elections

→Pressure Groups

→Alternate dispute redressal mechanism

→Water Crisis and Water as state subject

→Legislative Councils — abolish or allow?

→Human Rights Institutions in India

→Violations of MCC; Should it be part of RPA?

→DROUGHT — parameters and the new Drought Crisis Management Plan

→Women Safety in India

→Whistleblowing encourage by Companies Act 2013

→Forest Rights Act, 2006 and people’s ability to protect their land and forest rights

→Tribal Problems

→Street Dog Menace

→Budgeting in India — Constitutional provisions

→National Media Analytics Center

→CONSTITUTION of INDIA: Historical Overview of the Constitution 

→Formation of the Indian Constitution or Making of the Constitution

→Historical Precedence and Evolution of Fundamental Rights in India

→The Judiciary in India

→Supreme Court and Independence of Judiciary and the election of the CJI and Supreme Court Judges (Collegium Experiment?) and High Court

→The Controversy over the Collegium and the Judicial Appointments Commission

→SOCIAL JUSTICE TOPICS FROM UPSC GS 2 SYLLABUS AND SOURCES

→Civil Services and International Relations

→Course Design

→WHAT IS SOCIAL JUSTICE?

→Historical Underpinnings of Social Justice:

→How did the concept of social justice originate?

→Social Justice in our Political System:

→What is the “Capabilities Approach” of Social Justice?

→Justice vs. Social Justice:

→Constitution of India and Social Justice

→Constitutional Provisions for Social Justice: Preamble to the Indian constitution talks about Justice à ECONOMIC, SOCIAL and POLITICAL

→Important Supreme Court Cases and Rulings

→Social Justice Post Liberalization: Dr. Ambedkar and Social Justice

→NGOs, SHGs

→Governance

→e-Gov

→Financial Inclusion: 

→Citizen’s Charter

→Social Audit

→Health

→Universal Health Coverage Models

→Disease Control Programs

→Food Safety

→Early Childhood Development:

→Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana – Renamed Rashtriya Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (RSSY)

→Education

→New Education Policy in India — TSR Report

→National Skill Development Mission

→National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)

→UDAAN

→STAR Scheme: PM Kaushal Vikas Yojana [PMKVY]

→NSFQ

→Poverty Reduction

→Gramin Swarozgar Yojana (GSY) — self employment

→Social Audit

→Additional Notes on Social Justice – Poverty, Health, Education

→Major Schemes and their achievements

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