Governance Classroom Test

  Apr 28, 2022

Governance Classroom Test

Main Examination Pattern


Q1. In your opinion, did lateral entry into the civil services undermine its neutrality? (10 Marks, 150 words)

Q2. Critically analyse the role of Lokpal in bringing about transformational change in anti-corruption architecture in Indian polity. (10 Marks, 150 words)

Q3. Despite being two different concepts, good governance is incomplete without e-governance. Analyse. (10 Marks, 150 words)

Q4. In various organisations auditing ensures transparency and accountability of the Administration. Do you think Social Audit will be beneficial for good governance? (10 Marks, 150 words)

Q5. Citizen Charters are important to ensure accountability of an organisation. Discuss the challenges in implementation of citizen charter and suggest a way forward. (10 Marks, 150 words)

Q6. Policy Formulation is one of the significant tasks of bureaucracy in India. Discuss the issues which hurdled the process of policy formulation? (250 words, 15 Marks)

Q7. Discuss key attributes of governance and democracy. Are they in synchronisation with each other? (250 words, 15 Marks)

Q8. Civil Services is considered to be the backbone of governance in India. But there are issues that do not make it perform well. Identify these issues and what reforms should be taken? (250 words, 15 Marks)

Q9. The Right to Information Act 2005 is undoubtedly one of the best weapons in the hands of the common man which ensures transparency and accountability of public authority. Discuss the issues concerned with RTI Act and how can it be rectified? (250 words, 15 Marks)

Q10. Mission Karmayogi’ or the National Programme for Civil Services Capacity Building (NPCSCB) was launched in a bid to transform status-quoist and rule-obsessed civil servants working in silos into “experts”. Discuss. (250 words, 15 Marks)