HPSC HCS Mains Mock Test Series 2021 | General Studies Practice Test 4

HPSC HCS Mains Mock Test Series 2021 | General Studies Test 4: Haryana PSC HCS Test Series 2021 is an effective way to prepare for the upcoming Haryana PCS/HCS 2021 prelims and mains exam. HCS Mock Test Series 2021 at MYUPSC are based on the latest exam pattern and trends. The best way to utilise the HPSC Mock test is by completing each topic/ subject and attempting the test to analyse your understanding. After solving, analyse the mock test to check your mistakes and prepare for the exam accordingly.

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Time: 3 Hours                                                                                                  M.M.: 100

Note:

(1) All Questions are Compulsory.

(2) The number of Marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question

(3) Clearly mention question number and part number before attempting

(a) The part of the same question must be answered together and must not be interposed between answers to other questions.

(5) Limit your answer to the word limits mentioned for each part. Divide your time proportionately for each question

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General Studies Practice Test 4

Q1. Do you think too much religiosity hinders scientific temperament? Examine in the context of the Indian society. (250 words)

Q2. The absence of women at the level of policy making is a serious impediment to inclusive growth. Elucidate. (200 words)

Q3. How does linguistic diversity add to India’s social capital? Analyse. Introduction (200 words)

Q4 – Bring out the significance of sustainable urban planning for Indian cities. What have we missed out in its absence? Discuss. (200 words)

Q5. Examine the implications of adverse sex ratio for India’s future (200 words)

Q6. Has globalisation been advantageous to the farmers of India? Do a critical assessment. (150 words)

Q7. What are the tools of social empowerment? How does social empowerment lead to social justice? Discuss. (200 words)

Q8. What are the characteristics of a secular society? How does India perform on the yardsticks of secularism? Examine. (200 words)

Q9. Why does communalism remain a potent political tool in 21st century India? Why haven’t forces of development overcome communal factors? Analyse. (250 words)

Q10. What have been the strategies of the government to address regionalism in India? Illustrate. (150 words)

Q11. Many political experts had predicted that India would balkanise after independence. However, India emerged strongly from the shadows of colonial rule and became a true nation state. What made this possible? Analyse. (150 words)

Q12. To not realise the shimmering discontent over the issue linguistic reorganisation within the country was a grave miscalculation on the part of Indian leaders post independence. Critically comment. (150 words)

Q13. Under what circumstances was the war of 1965 with Pakistan fought? How did it affect India? Discuss. (150 words)

Q14. Do you think India’s democratic institutions got further strengthened post emergency? Analyse. (200 words)

Q15What were the achievements of the first non-Congress government? Analyse. (200 words)

Q16. What strategies were adopted to address India’s food crisis post independence? Discuss. (200 words)

Q17. The nuclear tests conducted in Pokhran gave India a strategic upper hand and a stronger voice at global forums? Examine. (150 words)

Q18. How did the Kargil war of 1999 affect the geopolitics of South Asia? Discuss. (150 words)

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