UPSC Mains Questions 45. Welfare Schemes for Vulnerable Sections
Food security in India is ensured by a network of fair-price shops set across the country under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, which provides cereals and other items to 50% ..
To solve the problems of housing in rural India, the PM Awas Yojna (Gramin) has been successful to some extent, still, a lot of work needs to be done. Discuss with arguments.
PMAY (Gramin) was launched by the Ministry of Rural Development, to achieve the objective of “Housing for all” by 2022. The program provides financial assistance based on SECC (Social Economic ..
Despite legal safeguards and international conventions, the state has failed to uphold the rights of persons with disabilities in general and those with psychological disabilities in particular. Discuss in the context of India.
Persons with disabilities (PWDs) means people with a physical, mental, or intellectual impairment that hinders their full and effective participation in society equally with others. According to the census of ..
India spends less than one percent of GDP on care work infrastructure and services. In view of the statement, explain how increased public investment in care economy infrastructure can be instrumental in meeting multiple policy objectives.
With less than 1% investment in the care economy, it has remained a large domestic and informal work. Increased public investment in care economy infrastructure can be instrumental in meeting ..