NTT DATA GD topics and details

12/27/2013 10:15:00 am 0 Comments

Dear Aspirants
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Find below some collected GD topics and analysis that may be useful in your preparation:
1. Is coalition politics here to stay?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Nature of coalition politics. Indecisiveness of elections. No particular party is getting the peoples mandate. Advantage of coalition politics in enabling formation of government. Flipside of coalition politics- a party with a handful of seats become powerful. Government falls before tenure. Fresh elections each time. Suggest a way out of this problem, for e.g.: once a party pledges support to a coalition, it will not withdraw its support until it has watched a governments performance for at least three years…etc The future -will it only have coalitions ,emerging political trends…etc…
2. Does India need a dictator?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
The current political structure. Drawbacks of it. Bureaucracy, layers in decision making, anarchy. Dictatorship would mean centralized power and faster decision making. But, country run on whims and fancies of an individual. Freedom on individuals could be clamped..etc….Present a balanced argument for and against and take up your position on the issue.
3. Is India moving away from a secularist state?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Define secularism.Constitution calls our country such a state, but how things have changed over the last 50 years.Spread of nationalism. Division into majority and minority groups-e.g. benefits given to minority groups perceived as a threat by others. Role of non-tolerant neighbors in fuelling fundamentalism. It is a passing phenomenon. We have the national character to overcome this….Points along these lines can be discussed.
4. Education in India-or the lack of it.
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Discuss current education system. Discuss our sociological structure.Poverty which forces kids to drop out to supplement family income.Vicious circle-poverty due to lack of education and vice versa.Suggest solutions to get out of this-for e.g., governments are doing a commendable job with the midday meal schemes but we need more of such efforts. Going down further , why restrict it to government alone? why cant private people, NGOs and other voluntary bodies come forward to do the same? How about tapping corporate funds for such causes …..etc…..
5. What ails Indian sports?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
A nation of 950 million, we fail to produce great champions barring the occasional Vishwanathan Anand or Geet Sethi. Sports system steeped in bureaucracy. Overriding popularity of cricket leading to neglect in other sports.Traditionally , sports not accorded much importance by us as a career. Need to develop sports from the primary school level-”catch em young”. Various incentives to be given to budding sportsmen like academic credits, sports in lieu of a few other subjects etc. Development of sports infrastructure, making it amenable and affordable…etc…..
6. The Age of Information.
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Today a plethora of sources to provide information-Newspapers, radio, Television, Internet etc. Information available at the touch of a button. Greater decision making power to the individual. Also easier decision making for the individual.Information is the key to ones success today. One who is more informed forges ahead. The flipside-information overkill. At times deciding is tough due to too much information …etc…..
7. Is Philosophy just arm chair theory?
(This is an example of an abstract topic which is thrown up to students once in a while by the examiners)
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Talk what you know about this topic . Talk of its relevance in day to day life( or irrelevance if you feel so..). Talk of its influence in literature e.g. Influence of Kant on the romantic poets especially Wordsworth or of Bacon , Voltaire et al on the “Enlightenment”period etc. Talk of its influence in politics e.g. Influence of Nietszche on Hitler and subsequent genocide during Nazi regime etc. Talk of ethics and morals and their importance in life. talk of Indian philosophy. the Gita . Discuss whether we use any of these in our lives and their importance in moulding our values…etc…
8. Success is all about human relations
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
The most important skill for success in to have people on your side. One can get a lot of work done by superiority and hierarchy but one cannot be a leader of men unless one maintains excellent human relations.Its importance not only in professional life but personal life too.Knowledge and expertise does one no good if one cannot maintain proper human relations…etc…..
9. Borderless worlds-Dream or reality?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Globalization of business. Opening up of the various economies. Cross cultural exchanges. More and more people getting an opportunity to work in different lands among different peoples and absorbing a bit of their values and culture. This leads to greater tolerance and understanding of others’ problems. The other side-people despite all this have nationalistic and regionalist chauvinism . A world divided into first, second and third worlds. People still talk of “their” economy and not world economy. Europe has shown a step in this direction with EU but its feasibility remains to be seen. So while people clamor for globalization, they still think only in terms of their national interests…etc…
10. Quality is a myth in India.
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
The Indian products and manufacturing techniques. Why are we unable to sustain against global competition. Our mindset towards quality. Indian attitude of “chalta hai” which leads to an undemanding customer which in turn lets people get away with substandard products and services. Today competition is forcing our industry to adhere to global standards so we are getting there in terms of quality. Examples of our software industry which is recognized for its ability to meet global standards etc. Since the topic is general, we can extrapolate it to our quality of life-the air , the water , the facilities we have, the infrastructure we have, the services we get and put up with ….etc……
11. Education and success-Is there a correlation?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
This is a topic which provides ample scope for dialectics. One can argue for and against it.One of the best examples is Bill Gates who went on to become the richest man in the world despite dropping out of hid education. Closer home we have the example of Dhirubhai Ambani. What a person learns and what he really wants to do has no correlation many a times. A person succeeds only if he likes what he does.The argument for education will be that , in practice, it is your marks and qualifications that opens doors for you.While one can become successful without education, education brings about a richness in one’s life. One is able to appreciate many facets of life due to the extended knowledge that education provides. It opens a new window and provides a different perspective towards things, ability to distinguish between ethical and unethical, moral and amoral ….etc…….
12. We don’t learn from history, we repeat it
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Relevance of history. Reminder of our past telling us what to do and what not to do.Still we have numerous examples which have occurred again and again for e.g. Time and again we have had innumerable wars and bloodshed , Hitler made the same mistake as Napoleon and Napoleon in turn the same ones as Alexander and all the three wanted to rule the world, countries making similar mistakes in world war II as they did during world war I ….etc….
But despite this there are also many examples which have not been repeated( or rather not brought out to the fore as they were not repeated). This could mean we have indeed learnt from history and avoided those mistakes. In fact that has been the purpose of teaching history so as not to repeat them. Today fear of war is directly due to the record history places before us…etc….
13. Indian villages-our strength or our weakness?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
A typical Indian villages and its myriad problems. Lack of basic amenities and infrastructure. their contribution to the economy both in goods and services vis-a-vis their urban counterparts. they could be an even bigger drivers of our economy if they are made self reliant by improving infrastructure and reducing the general disparities between cities and villages …etc…etc
14. Agrarian Economy in India-boon or bane
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Speaking for the topic one can argue the following- time and again it has made us self reliant in food. This increases our bargaining power tremendously in the world economy. Internally also food prices can be kept low and this will have a direct bearing on inflation. This would bolster the economy and provide us freedom from world bodies and other nations.
Against the topic-agrarian economy is at the mercy of climatic conditions. A bad summer , monsoon, or winter could bring the nation down. It will have a spiral effect as increased prices will lead to inflation and problems associated with it. World bodies and other nations will dictate terms..etc….
15. If there were no armies in the world……
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Wishful thinking indeed! It would be the key element for world peace. There will be no instrument to wage a war. It will also remove fear and distrust among various nations. We wont have a defence budget. This means more funds channelised into other productive areas. Reduced terrorism and very little separatist groups
But the disadvantage could be imposition by one group, anarchy,laissez faire politics, lawlessness..etc..
16. Do we need a global policeman?
The role of some countries in “disciplining” others. Assuming on itself to decide what is right and what is wrong for the whole world. Bullying others into submission by its sheer economic power. Overriding the brief of world bodies in world politics
Suggest alternatives like more authority to world bodies like UN etc which is more representative of everyone’s interests. More assertiveness to be shown by other nations to such policing nations . making more nations self reliant so that we have less of “Big Brother” Syndrome….etc…..
17. Indian customs-are we in a time warp?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
Some undesirable practices over a long time. Dowry- prevalent even among the educated class, Sati- recent example of a lady in North India, Child marriages-still prevalent in backward areas etc. Reason on why do we still follow such customs. Traditional subjugation of women-present even in big cities among upper class society. Allied problems due to such customs-intolerance, fundamentalism,exploitation, etc
Suggest ways out of this like education the masses, indicating the outmodedness and irrelevance of such practices today…etc…
18. “How green was my valley……..”.Are we paying the price of nature?
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
As every one tries to be one up on the other in the race for industrialisation, deforestation is taking place on a large scale. This effect is more pronounced in developing countries . It has made a perceptible difference in the last 50 years with rising temperatures. Global warming . Greenhouse effect. Ozone layer depletion. El Nino type effects. Similarly it has affected other living beings-both plant and animals driving many of them to extinction..etc…
But people have realised it now. A lot of NGOs and voluntary bodies are working on it. Infact there is even a Greens party in Germany which has been winning elections using the environmental plank…etc….
19. Management Education-Is it necessary to succeed in business
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
This is again a topic where we can have for and against arguments. There are many examples of great visionaries and leaders in business who have succeeded without any formal management education. People have simply done it by their will, passion and desire. But management education has also produced many bigwigs. A management education gives a perspective towards analysis and problem solving.It enables one to take decisions in a scientific manner , it enables you to handle the stress and strains of a demanding job…etc…
20. The role of NGOs in economics and politics
The following points could be discussed under this topic:
NGOs have become very powerful today. They have a major role to play in politics as they swerve peoples opinion. They enjoy a lot of support and goodwill of the people. They can also make or break a business. They protect the interests of the people and represent a collective voice against anything that goes against their interests. Most of the times NGOs are more capable in securing a fair deal for the general good. Also the NGOs have shown that they are in a better position to handle social issues than most governments.
21. NGOs – Do they serve peoples interests or are they pressure groups?
22. Death of Socialism
23. Role of women in development
24. Kids today are not what they used to be
25. Casteless India – A pipe dream
26. Should Trade Unionism be banned in India
27. Repeated elections – Should taxpayers pay for it?
28. Indian bureaucracy – foundation strengths or colonial hangovers?
29. In India, the whole is less than the parts – Do we lack in team spirit?
30. Generation X – Drivers of our future or are they our lost souls?
31. Do we need a cut in the defense budget?
32. “Dot.com” companies – Is there room for everyone?
33. Artificial Intelligence – Will man be ever replaced by machines?
34. if I were to choose my person of the millennium…
35. All the world is a stage….
36. when managers become Hamlets…
37. If Patel were our first Prime Minister…….
38. Materialism – Have we sold our souls to the Devil?
39. You’ve come a long way, baby – The rise and rise of feminist power .
40. Role of ethics in tobacco industry, liquor industry etc.
41. Should gambling be legalized in India?
42. Are we unfit for Democracy?
43. Survival tools for the new millennium
44. Examinations – has it killed education
45. Cultural Invasion through the air waves
46. Should doctors be tried in Consumer Courts
47. Abortion and Euthanasia – Is it morally right for society
48. Are beauty pageants necessary?
49. The relevance of Gandhism today
50. India and the WTO
51. Did India handle the hijack issue properly?
52. Is E-Commerce the best thing for India


Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail
Influence of Social Media
Mobile phones / Internet – a boon or nuisance
What Could Be Social Responsibilities Of IT Companies.
Impact Of Television Channels In Cross Cultural Tolerance. and so on.
Position of Women in India compared to other nations
Is China better than India in software
Will punch lines rule the Advertisement
Balance between Professionalism & Family
Education in India compared to Foreign nations.
Privatization in education is good or bad
Success is all about human relations
Women are good managers
Increasing no. of Engg. Colleges is a boon to society

Is Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail sector good for India?
How to Deal with High Oil Prices?
Multinational Corporations: Are they Devils in Disguise?
Are Indians Less Quality Conscious?
Ethics in Business are just a Passing Fad
Is the Consumer really the King in India?
Commercialization of Health Care: Good or Bad?
Is there any Point in having a Business Strategy when the World changes from Month to Month?
Is the Patents Bill Good for India?
Is the Business of Business only Business?
Public Sector being a Guarantor of Job Security is a Myth
Capitalism is a very Flawed System but the others are so much worse
How can a Business get rid of the Bad Name that it has earned?
Government Pumping Money into the Economy is not the Solution for our Economic Problems
Is the Budgeting Exercise of any Use?
Should Agricultural Subsidies be stopped?
Is MNCs Superior to Indian Companies?
Advertising is a Waste of Resources
Privatization will lead to Less Corruption
Should India break Diplomatic Ties with Pakistan?
Use of Force by Banks to Recover Loans
Skilled Manpower Shortage in India
Technology Creates Income Disparities
In our economic matters, there is an excessive tendency towards the thinking rather than doing.
Every cloud has a silver lining
Is disinvestment really that good for India or is a rethink in order?
Are co-operatives relevant in today’s globalised environment?
Foreign aid is a dangerous drug that can stimulate in small doses but become fatally addictive in larger doses.
Government should clean its own hands before pointing finger at the private sector for corruption.
Reforms have to grow up.
Globalization vs. Nationalism
Economic freedom not old fashioned theories of development will lead to growth and prosperity
Should businessmen run the finance ministry?
Should important services like transport be left to market forces?.
Who says MNCs are superior to Indian companies?
What we need to reduce scams is better regulatory bodies.
Trade can help the poor?
Water resources should be nationalised
Are Co-operatives Relevant in Today’s Global Environment?
Indian villages – our strength or our weakness?
Space Missions are a Wastage of Resources for a Resource-Starved Nation like India
Satyam Scandal would Impact Foreign Investments in India
Private Participation in Infrastructure is Highly Desirable
Developing Countries need Trade, not Aid
Poverty in Third World Countries is due to Prosperity in First World Countries
Indian Economy: Old Wine in New Bottle!
Is Globalization Really Necessary?
What shall we do about our Ever-Increasing Population?
Banning of Trade Unions will be Beneficial in Growth of the Economy
Why can’t India be a World-Class Player in Manufacturing Industry as it is in IT & BPO Sectors?
We Need Drinking Water and Not Coke & Pepsi in Rural India
Rise of Regional Blocs Threatens Independent Nations like India
Should the public sector be privatized?
Is China a threat to the Indian software industry?
Role of UN in peace keeping.
Position of Women in India compared to other nations.
Environment  Management.
Is China better than India in software.
Govt contribution to IT
is china a threat to Indian industry
India or west , which is the land of opportunities
water resources should be nationalized
“BALANCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONALISM AND FAMILY”
Effect of cinema on Youth
Education in India compared to Foreign nations
What is the effect of movies on youth. is it good or bad)
Are studies more beneficial in India or in Abroad.
“UN’s peace activities” and “America’s war on Iraq”.
“Environment-Whose Responsibility”.
US war on Iraq-justified or not.
Role of UN in Peace keeping
War on Iraq
About Hockey being the primary game in India.
Can America occupy Iraq
IS CHINA A THREAT TO INDIA
Present state of Indian Cricket team
Advantages of Co-education.
How to deal with international terrorism.
Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan?
Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts?
A Unipolar World spells disaster for underdeveloped countries like India.
Is Globalization Really Necessary?
What shall we do about our ever-increasing Population?
Corruption is the price we pay for Democracy.
Foreign Television Channels are destroying our culture.
What India needs is a Dictatorship.
With media publishing and telecasting trivia, censorship is the need of the hour.
Kaun Banega Krorepati is less about knowledge but more about money and personality.
Beauty contests degrade womanhood
The rise of regional blocs threatens independent nations like India
Six billion and one bronze!
Is dependence on computers a good thing?
Should the public sector be privatized ?
China and India are similar nations with contrasting ways
Is India a Soft Nation?
Value based politics is the need of the hour
Religion should not be mixed with politics
How to deal with high oil prices
Our cricketers are not to blame for match fixing
Why cant we be world players in industry as we are in software?
Multinational corporations: Are they devils in disguise?
Should there be limits on artistic freedom (the controversy on Fire).
Should there be private universities?
Does banning fashion shows and New Year parties save our culture?
Public sector is more a hindrance than help to promote socialism.
Economic betterment of the poorer nations is as important as disarmament to ensure lasting world peace.
From public sector to privatization as in the U.K., is the right answer for India’s instant economic breakthrough.
The doctrine of “limited nuclear war” is an ill-convinced, ill- logical, irrational and extremely dangerous concept.
Some simple but effective electoral reforms will enable us to retain the present parliamentary system and ensure the preservation of democracy in India.
Nuclear war cannot be won and should not be fought.
Private enterprise and not public sector will contribute to faster and higher economic growth in India
Inflation is inevitable in our developing country.
The policy of reservation is a legacy of the British and it has done more harm than good.
For a marketing post graduate, without prior work experience working in a big marketing firm is a disadvantage when compared with working in a small firm. Discuss.
Consumerism is destroying the social fabric of Indian culture
Free market is a prerequisite for growth.
Cricket as a national obsession is a detriment to other sports.
To develop India has to empower women.
.Formulate the government’s health policy to control the spread of AIDS.
Advertising is a waste of resources.
Privatization will lead to less corruption.
State is the biggest violator of human rights.
There can never be a classless society.
Beauty pageants are a marketing gimmick.
Voting rights to illiterates in India is illogical because it is widely misused.
Joint family is a blessing in disguise
Higher education should be made possible only for those who can pay for it.
Women cannot successfully combine both career and home
Women are good managers.
Executive should be allowed to form unions.
Effect of liberalization on poverty.
Indians perform better as individuals rather than in groups.
Business and ethics go hand in hand, or do they?
Developing countries should spend more on development than on defense.
Political parties have outlived their utility.
Is Swadeshi relevant for India today?
Money is required to earn more money.
Foreign trade is necessary for any country to survive
Presidential Vs Parliamentary form of government of India.
Technology: The Ism’ Of The New Millennium?
Religion And Politics Should Not Mix
TRIPS Controversy And The Patent Act Amendment
Should India Sign The CTBT
State Interventions In Market Kind Or Mixed Economy
Science Is A Boon Or Bane
Is Swapping Terrorists For Hostages An Encouragement For Plane- Hijackers?
Nice Guys Finish Last
All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy
Individual Freedom And Civil Society
Conventionalism And Modernity: The Ever going Debate
Should There Be A Restriction On Permissiveness Being propagated by The MTV Culture And Foreign Media?
Marxism And Its Future All Over The World
The Growing Menace Of Casteism And Regionalism
Presidential Form Of Government Is Needed In India
Bullet For Bullet: Is It The Right Policy?
Capitation Fees Should Be Abolished
Brain-Drain Has To Be Stopped
Business And Ethics Can’t / Don’t Go Together
Are women As good as Men Or Inferior?
Nothing Succeeds Like Success
The Malthusian Economic Prophecy Is No Longer Relevant
Secessionism In The North-East: Who’s To Blame?
Should India Break Diplomatic Ties With Pakistan?
Age and Youth: Experience And Young Talent
East Is East & West Is Where All The Action Is’: Mark Twain
Freedom Of _Expression And The State Authority.


Ethics should be taught alongside other subjects in school.
Success is very much driven by one’s ethics. Ethical values have their importance in every sphere of our life. It is always important to practice good ethics from the formative age. We should instill ethical values into our habit to reap permanent benefits. We all spend quite a lot of time in school during our early age, so it is the best place to emulate good habits.For
Ethical values are losing ground because of greed and violence. Also, there is a confusion between ethical and unethical behaviors. Beginning the ethical education at the dawn not dusk of our lives makes sense and school is the best place to inculcate such values. Not having such class in the curriculum is not doing any good. Students know how to earn but don’t know how to live and behave in society. Ethics class won’t be a formulaic affair, it will just deal with those values and behavior that are acceptable in society.
Against
-Ethics can’t be taught. They have no standard definition. Ethics mean different things to different people. Some think it is obeying rules and laws while others relate it to religious affairs etc.
-The best teacher can teach ethics by just being.
-Schools already have vast syllabus to cover and they should stick to their core area.
-Ethics are not taught explicitly in the schools but there are many moral stories in English and Hindi subjects that are embodiment of ethics.
-We are already being taught in school the importance of non violence, acceptability of sharing and unacceptability of bullying etc.
-Every school has its discipline to be followed by student, we just need to communicate the importance of discipline in our lives and not just force them to follow.
Conclusion
Although it is a great idea to have ethics class in school, but we already have so many moral building activities in school that extra class of ethics sound so boring. Ethics can’t be taught explicitly, they can only be passed on through various activities like sports and other team work activities. We have all these activities in abundance in all schools.
RE: Ethics should be taught alongside other subjects
Rajani Sharma 12-14-2013 06:09 AM
For:- Teaching ethics alongside other subjects in school is a great suggestion by Aga Khan.
- Today if we will within our society, we will find that ethics is crumbling in every sphere of life, from politics to sports, medicine to police, marriage etc. It is need of the hour.
- There are many confusions relating to ethical behaviour versus non ethical behaviour. And this confusion can be cleared by teaching ethics to the honest and impacting fresh minds. Childhood is the best time for any education.
- Today, we are trying to have a good music, science or maths teacher for our children, then why not a good ethical education too.
- We have rich literature on moral ways. Then why to deprive our children from such learning which will make them a better person in future.
- India’s young generation is the future of Nation. Thus, with other teaching they should be taught moral values which will guide them to lead their nation in a right direction.
- Due to our present system which is filled with greed and violence, we loosing on ethical values. This makes it altogether a very crucial thing to be taught in schools so that future of the nation makes a better society, free from greed and violence.
- School is the best place to inculcate ethical values in children at younger age.
- Today students are taught how to earn their living but they are not taught the how they have to earn that living or what values they have to follow to earn their living.
Against:
- Ethics cannot be taught in schools as they don’t have set of standards to be followed.
- It can only be taught by being an example of it and not by teaching chapters of Ethics book in classrooms.
- Ethics has different equations for different people. For example: for some people ethics means knowing the difference between what is right and what is wrong. And for some people it is following their religious beliefs. To others it may be obeying the laws.
- Ethics as a subject is not required in the curriculum as we find many stories in Hindi and English subjects which are embodiment of ethics which teaches us the moral values in life.
- Ethics is a discipline which should be communicated to the students and should not be forced to follow.
- In a diverse country like India, it would not be easy to include commonly acceptable ethics in the curriculum.
- Children already have crowed curricula which don’t require any addition of ethic class.
- School conducts extra curriculum activities which includes moral building activities. The extra classes on ethics would be boring for students.
- Addition of Ethic as a subject will add the burden on the young shoulders of students. As it will increase the weight of their bags.

Is India’s foreign policy strategic enough?
The foreign policy of a country reflects the position a country possesses or aims to achieve. Many of us feel that India doesn’t take a strong enough stand against the activities of neighbouring countries or it doesn’t give suitable and strong reply at various international platforms. These incidents provoke questions on our foreign policy being strategic enough.For
1. Having a strategic foreign policy lets you maintain good relations even with the rival countries. We have been able to do this very effectively. We have signed a nuclear deal with US while accruing nuclear submarines from Russia.
2. We have been able to maintain good relationship with both Palestine and Israel, two deadly enemies. Thanks to our strategic foreign policy.
3. Many people accuse the foreign policy of not being strong enough against Pakistan. Every country will have some notorious elements but you can not stop the dialogue with the Government for them. This will further harm the country.
4. Strategising a strong foreign policy is like playing a game of chess where you have to bear in mind the position of all other pieces on the board. You can not react to each and every move of the opponent.
Against
1. As the citizens of this country we expect our foreign policy to help India become economically powerful, possess better military, security & political strength against cross border terrorism and become global power with maximum number of youth in a country to work. Unfortunately, we have not been a success in any of these arenas.
2. Not just China and Pakistan, anti-India sentiments are now erupting even in Srilanka, Nepal and Bangladesh also. We have not been able to contain them.
3. We do not react amply to the cross border terrorism from Pakistan or the incursions from China.
RE: Is India’s foreign policy strategic enough?
Rajani Sharma 12-14-2013 06:06 AM
For:- India has made advancement using their foreign-policy strategies by solving out the issues with Pakistan and Afghanistan.
- India has also made big strategic advances on the Indo-US ties for the deals that will bring both of them closer to each other and allow India to grow in their defense.
- India has sorted out lots of problems brewing up in Pakistan and moved forward to shake hands on new terms and to make healthy relations.
- Strategies allowed Indians to have broader perspective of the things and to provide strategic cooperation with the United States and other countries.
- India has done good to pacify the part of the Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of it so that it becomes difficult to handle and control the territorial gains by countries specially Pakistan. This way they can easily manage the incoming and outgoing of the people.
- India is trying its best to implement strategies to build more relationship with United States and looking for strategic cooperation with them.
- With its strategic advancement, they are able to pacify northwestern part of the subcontinent which becomes hard for anyone to handle and control.
- India advanced to become an indispensable power in the Indian Ocean and southwestern pacific with their strategic planning and implementation.
- Due to the strategies that have been implemented, India was able to resent the dominance of Anglo-American powers.
- India made its boundaries very secure and brought innovations in foreign-policy like signing the pact with USA for nuclear deal or Russia for defense equipments.
Against:
- India has not done well in terms of maintaining the relationship with Afghanistan and Pakistan by compromising on securities, trade and allowing countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan to take advantage of India’s silence.
- India is quite aware of growing power of China and it is doing no advancement to control and ensure the development of technology in China and other places to keep themselves updated.
- It has failed to keep up the strategic partnership with United States that could have ensured that China’s development as well as rise would be peaceful.
- The strategies of India didn’t show enthusiasm for a crude, anti-china partnership with the United States. We have always been uneasy about the Beijing’s territorial claims that are along the border.
- India are into new financial troubles that have diplomatic as well as strategic implications to implement the condition of uneasiness and fear might occur in between the citizens.
- Many disputes raised during the strategies being followed by India for eg. Dispute for the land with China and Pakistan.

Has the political class failed to meet the aspirations of India’s youth?
We select the politicians and send them to the assembly to ensure that they embody the promises they have made during the pre-election rallies and meetings. Have they really been able to deliver what they promised? Or has the youth of India actually fulfilled its responsibility before expecting anything from the politicians?For:
• Politicians make tall promises at the time of elections but do not delver them after coming to power. They have all the powers and are well aware of the problems of the society but turn a blind eye to them. All they are interested in just enjoying the power and luxury their seat has got them.
• It is often said that rather than being watchers and commentators, the youth should jump into the system to fix it but the entry barriers for the youth coming from not so privileged background are extremely high in politics.
• The youth needs guidance and it is our politicians who can set the ground for them.
• The economic ground for job creation is created by the political class of a country, which our politicians are not interested in. They are more interested in offering subsidised food to the poor so that their votes are safe.
Against:
• The responsibility to develop the society and meet its aspirations is not just the task of the politicians. As a member of this society, all of us must shoulder our responsibilities and make society a better place to live and help it grow economically.
• Rather than expecting the government just to create the jobs, is it not our responsibility to increase our employability quotient? But we never pay attention to it.
• If some youth within the society turn into job providers rather than just the job seekers, the country can grow overall but we do not change our attitude and just keep blaming it on the politicians.
• To vote is the biggest responsibility of a citizen in democracy. By not voting, we do not discharge our duty and complain when the politicians selected by uneducated people do not deliver.
RE: Has the political class failed to meet the aspirations of India’s youth?
Rajani Sharma 12-14-2013 06:04 AM
For:- Politicians rally themselves and make false promises at the time of elections, but they forget those promises, that have been made to people during elections after coming to the power. India’s youth has already lost hope of any good political party, which can come and make it successful on the top level.
- Politicians have all the powers to take action and solve the social problems that are faced by every person in the country but they remain involved in experiencing the great power in their hands and the luxury filled life.
- Young youth doesn’t get opportunity on the big platform to enter the system and make any decision on the ongoing problems of the society. There are entry barriers for the people who are not from privileged backgrounds and discriminations on the basis of cast is also practiced in politics.
- Politicians in the country doesn’t set any example for our youth to follow and they get engrossed in power so much that they forget the responsibilities of theirs for the country and its people.
- Political class uses its power and provides offering only at the time of votes or whenever there is any political agenda for which they want to use people.
Against:
- The responsibilities need to be shared and it is not only up to the political class to develop the society and take care of the rules and regulations whereas it is the responsibilities of all to provide, protect and care for the society and environment. Young youth should come up with innovations in political areas as well as to help the country to become a better place for next generations.
- Young youth should come forward and work towards distributing the responsibilities of creating and building societies, creating more job opportunities, providing right education and increasing the overall growth of the country.
- Youth should seek opportunities in everything, so that they can help in development of the country and help in changing the attitude of other young people so that they can make difference in the society as blaming the politicians for not doing their responsibilities will not help others to get what they want.
- It will only be right if young youth will understand their responsibilities and work towards to achieve something. Young youth should give the vote to that political party, who will take them forward to success and provide them all the resources according to their demands.

Should India curb all its ties with Pakistan?
Since the time of partition the relations between India and Pakistan have always been strained. The relations went from bad to worse also because of the terrorist activities taken by the neighbouring countries on a recurring basis.For:
- There has been continuous rise in the anti-social activities from Pakistan, unless these are activities are not stopped from there end, we should definitely stop all trades with Pakistan
- The Indian constituency has several times put forward the plea of friendship in front of Pakistan, but there has been no response from their side and on the other hand the terrorist activities have always increased
- The huge dispute between India and Pakistan has been mainly because of the Kashmir dispute, unless this dispute is not resolved till then it would be best for us to curtail our relations with the neighbouring country
Against:
- Discontinuing all the ties with Pakistan is not the solution, the war is not with the entire Pakistan but just with a limited few people like the politicians and the intelligence agencies. So why should the innocent people be also dragged in between and punished for what they have not done
- During partition, a lot of families were also parted and still they are bearing the brunt of partition and by curbing the relations they will never be able to meet up with their rest of the families.
Conclusion:
- We should be limiting our relations, but curbing the relations completely is not a solution until all the kind of illegal and anti-social activities are stopped from their end.
RE: Should India curb all its ties with Pakistan?
Ketan 10-15-2013 01:50 AM
Should India curb all its ties with Pakistan
A mutual understanding between the two countries is very essential. India took many steps, and has been trying to resolve various issues with Pakistan through diplomatic channels, what have we received in return?……..violations, border infiltration, decapitation event like 26/11, killing of Indian prisoner in jails. These things are not doing any good with diplomatic ties.Indian is tolerating Pakistan’s nonsense on various issues and they have all time lied white. But if we break the ties, situation may go worse and it may lead to one more war. Pakistan is our neighbor nation and if we build good relation with them it will lead to build a great nation.
Peace can only be sough if India and Pakistan talk in truthful and positive gesture. Every country is surrounded by society, which comprise of good people, peace, development, new technology and better life style. But one major problem for both countries is ‘Terrorism’. Every home consists of Cockroaches and Pest, just to kill them you can’t burn the house, same way breaking of relation is not option. But India should take some necessary steps to end this conflict and maintain a good relationship with Pakistan.
We are always in favor of harmony and peace with every country so keep seeking solutions instead of curb all ties with Pakistan.
RE: Should India curb all its ties with Pakistan?
Rajani Sharma 12-14-2013 06:03 AM
For:- Seeing the sacrifices made by the soldiers and keeping the national pride in mind, India should curb all the ties with Pakistan. As, Pakistan has always given excuses for his deeds and from the history, it is evident that, whenever Indians have tried to approach Pakistan to resolve the matter, they have always betrayed us.
- Pakistan has always taken advantage of the sincerity and friendliness shown by India in many ways.
- Pakistan shouldn’t be trusted as whenever we raised our hands towards them for friendship, they have always betrayed us and sent terrorists to infiltrate our motherland and to bring violence in the country.
- Pakistan is promoting terrorism in India by providing education, training and shelter to terrorists and making them to attack Indian cities to create fear in people’s mind. This kind of decision only will enhance India’s image on the international grounds.
- Pakistan again and again fighting and making Kashmir an issue and the talks of overtaking it from India, should also be the reason for India to curb all the ties with Pakistan. Pakistan’s policy of creating social unrest and religious riots makes it difficult to come on the same page with Pakistan.
- The move to curb all the ties will help people in Kashmir and other areas to be relaxed from the forces from the other side of border and they will feel more safe and secure. This will also help India to handle the terrorist activities from all the ends.
- Pakistan is not ready to normalize the bilateral economic relations as well as personal relations with India. If Pakistan is not ready to give the respect that India deserves it is better to break all the ties with them.
Against:
- Pakistan has potential for high trade and resource sharing between the two countries that might get affected, if India breaks the ties with Pakistan. The estimated trade between these two countries is around US$400 million. In case of India taking any action to curb all the ties then it might affect or hamper the liberalization of trade. It will also affect the economy of both the countries and the industries that are dependent on it.
- Indian Government extracts lots of revenue from the Bollywood industry for the entertainment purpose and the entertainment sector is having big market in Pakistan. Bollywood movies are released in Pakistan and generate good amount of revenue. If there comes any differences between the two countries then it will effect the revenue generation of India as well and might bring losses to Indian Government.
- This kind of decision of breaking all the ties might result in social unrest and create state of panic between the Muslim communities who are living in India. It can further harm the sentiments as it can also create a wall between both the countries and the communication might become troublesome for the people living in both the countries.
- Lots of projects are going on in Pakistan like Project of gas pipeline that is from Iran to India via Pakistan which is under consideration and if such decision is taken then these kinds of ties might come under the scanner which might harm Indian economy.

Food Security Bill – Need of the hour or an election gimmick?
The food security bill aims to provide subsidised food grains to the poor people. The food security bill was passed on Monday by the Lok Sabha worth $20 billion.For:
- With the amendment of this act the food grains will be available on a cheaper rate specially at ration shops, which would be beneficial for the poor people
- After much debating between the parties, the consensus was arrived on making the law universal
- The foremost goal to get this act passed was to eradicate hunger and mal – nutrition in our country
Against:
- Opposition leader Sushma Swaraj stated that the current law is “half – baked and weak“and once they are empowered with the rights, they would improve the law. This statement of hers clearly shows the disparity between the various parties.
- The bill being proposed just a few months before the 2014 elections will definitely bring in certain electoral benefits to Sonia Gandhi (Congress Party)
- Each and every party has its own say, and a lot of disparity amongst the thinking of each opposition party leader, which will create more chaos rather than helping the poor as well as the general public
Conclusion:
- The food security bill was first introduced in the year 2009, and now it has been passed by the lok sabha just before a few months of 2014 election.
- This could definitely be an election gimmick as with this strategy the parties could get vote from the poor people.
RE: Food Security Bill – Need of the hour or an election gimmick?
Food Security Bill 10-15-2013 03:36 AM
Food Security Bill – Need Of The Hour Or An Election Gimmick ?It has been 66 years of independence and the food security bill has passed now, on September 12, 2013, just few months before the next election. Then, What is the main reason behind this? According to me, its undoubtedly POWER, everyone loves to be in power and after enjoying two consequent ruling years of rule, the Congress would surely not want to lose the same. Yes, in few aspects Food security bill was a need but today’s need for one has become advantage and a way of generating money for others.
According to the government, the law aims to provide food grains to approximately two thirds of India’s 1.2. billion people i.e., roughly around 80 crores individuals. Then what does the Indian government wants to portray? Does 80 crores individuals don’t get meals in a day? Or, they strive of hunger ? Or, they should become handicapped and also become dependent on government for food ? This should not happen. The government is not worth trusting. The country where everyone is hungry in spite of being fed in golden plates should not be trusted for providing food to the needy ones.
It may happen that the bill shows a positive reaction and the food reaches the house of the common man. But again will it happen in a day? No, never. Seeing the present Indian scenario and the honesty of the government employees, it will take approximately a decade to reach the one who is seriously in need of this. Is this justice?
Thus, in the end I want to conclude that Food Security Bill is seriously an election gimmick which is a game of Congress to remain in power and earn sympathy of the common man.
RE: Food Security Bill – Need of the hour or an election gimmick?
sneha shirke 10-15-2013 03:41 AM
Food Security Bill – An attempt to make dependents further dependent
The food security bill was first passed in the year 2009 and was kept on hold till then and now it has been passed recently. The food security bill was all about providing food to the poor at subsidized rates. 67%of the population will be served with this benefit.As per the bill the people would get rice at Rs.3/kg, wheat at Rs.2/kg and coarse grains at Rs1/kg. The pregnant women would get free meal during her pregnancy. Children up to 14years would get free meals. If the food grains are not supplies in time and in right quantity, the bill ensures certain amount of security allowance attached to it. If any one is seen faulty he will be penalized.
The cost of the food security bill would be eventually recovered by the tax payers of the country hence increasing the financial burden of the middle class. The two problem faced by the food bill: a) Economic Implication b) serving the people and eradicating malnutrition. In spite of investing so much money into this bill, there is no guarantee that it would help the poor, as unless corruption is not taken out of the country. There is no feedback system ensured to know whether the poor are getting the food at the subsidized rates as promised. After the bill is passed a number of taxes would be charged from the general public and they would have to pay it at any cost.
This bill is a costly affair which will be an add on cost to the tax payers.
RE: Food Security Bill – Need of the hour or an election gimmick?
Rajani Sharma 12-14-2013 05:28 AM
For:
- If implemented, 67% population of India will benefit from the food security bill.
- Implementation of this bill will provide food grains to the poor masses at subsidised rates.
- Hunger and malnutrition will be eradicated from our country once the bill is passed.
- This bill would ensure that every individual gets the supplies at the right time and in the right quantity.
- There is a security allowance attached with the food bill which an individual can avail when required.Against:
- The food security bill is purely a gimmick used by congress to maximize the number of votes for them during the elections.
- This is a political strategy which is used by the Congress to stay in power as they would not want to lose the position they have been holding for the past two years.
- This stunt is only done to earn the sympathy of the common man and to attract the masses to vote.
- Majority of the parties are using this same strategy to get more and more votes.
- This bill will only increase the financial burden on the tax payers as the cost will be charged from the general public.
- The implementation of the food security bill will face economic implications.
- There is no guarantee that the huge amount of money spent on implementing this bill will be utilized properly in the favour of poor people.
- This will increase more corruption in our country as there is no provision of feedback system to check whether the food is being reached to the poor or not.
- According to NSSO surveys, the proportion of hungry people has fallen from 15.3% in 1983 to 2% in 2004. Thus it is clear that hungry people are not crying out for cheap grains.

Should English be banned in Indian Parliament!
There is a big roar for banning addressals in English in Parliament. Is it English that is keeping us behind? or Is it just an issue to divert from many other core and burly issues?For
Developed countries like Germany, China, France etc. which use mother tongue adequately have shown remarkable growth at all fronts. They are deeply united and exemplify the significance of use of a mother tongue. Those who think for its ban can see enough fodder in it to put their voice loud in their favor.
Against
India has been diversified since its inception and practicing various languages. We have got different religions living and different languages spoken. We can’t be forced now to follow one language as a mother tongue and use it in parliament. All languages should be loved and encouraged. English is the language, which the youth are looking up to. It is an important language.
India is considered as a IT-giant and for that matter English is pivotal for software savvy youths, so refraining English speaking MPs from parliament would be a wrong signal to the world.
If we really resolve to bring about change in the current arrangement, we should use the system that UN delegates follow. They speak their own languages from the world over during meetings with an interpreter doing the necessary translation. This system would ensure that all MPs can eloquently express their views during a discussion.
English is a necessity in a globalized work environment. Hindi or other languages can be promoted at the regional level; but this should not be done at the expense of English.
RE: Should English be banned in Indian Parliament!
vishnu kj 12-3-2013 09:43 AM
India was under British rule for more than 100 years,obviously the influence of English will be there in every aspect it deals with it. Also India being a diversified country has different languages and people may find it difficult to communicate in Hindi in every parts of India.Hindi is the most spoken language in India, but it haven’t mentioned in the constitution that Hindi is our national language.Moreover, India being a developing country can reach great heights using the widely spoken language English.

Should you stay in touch with ex-employers?
In the robotic fast pace life, one changes jobs quite frequently. We normally move ahead and associate our past employers with “ex”. We hardly get time and energy to cope up with the relations that we built in the past. But now the circumstances are changing and employers are taking initiative to keep their ex-employees into loop to some extent. They are updating them with latest events, products and achievements. Some of them are going extra miles by inviting them to alumni meets, events and celebrations. Employers are trying to engage their past employees through various means, of which social media networks are in the top of the list. It is the easiest and approachable tool to disseminate the latest happenings.
Why are employers doing so? What benefits are they seeking though such activities?
Branding of a business is very important to reap success and ex-employers have experienced the company’s culture, services and product first-hand. So reaching them out with latest updates is not only the easiest but also works fabulously for the organization as their word-of-mouth is an important image-builder.
With this transparency in their endeavor, employers show a great degree of respect to those who were once associated with them. The employers also quietly show the door of their re-association through such activities. At the time of recruitment, ex-employees can refer employable candidates that again add to the employers’ benefits largely.
For employees, they perceive their employers as a familiar work environment. By staying in touch they can constantly keep their eyes on new roles that are coming up and can rejoin for better prospects. The connect between an ex-employee and the organization can turn out to be a long-lasting relationship. It’s a win-win situation for both.
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