Karnataka KAS Essays 2024

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KAS Important Essay Topics 2024

  1. Judiciary and judicial adventurism.
  2. Electoral Reforms.
  3. 100% FDI in E-commerce.
  4. Freedom of Speech & Expression against Nationalism
  5. Farmer’s Suicides.
  6. Make in India and its effects
  7. Politics on Beef.
  8. India’s responsiveness to natural disasters
  9. Intolerence and Nationality
  10. Cashless Economy
  11. India against Terrorism
  12. India against Corruption
  13. Water Dispute in Indian States
  14. Education System in India
  15. Women safety in India
  16. Poverty and Crime
  17. Freedom of Press in India
  18. Gender Equality in India
  19. Juvenile Crime in India
  20. Crime against Women in India
  21. Social Media versus Conventional Media
  22. Environment vs Growth.
  23. Artificial intelligence.
  24. Skill development & its future prospects.
  25. Rt to Privacy & it’s implications.
  26. India’s role in changing global world order.
  27. India’s growing soft power.
  28. Agricultural crisis & rising farmer suicides.
  29. Too much of reservation will annul the very logic
  30. The veil of privacy and the credentials of democratic institutions in India
  31. Altruistic surrogacy: new frontiers of bio ethics
  32. Policy inconsistency of education affects generations
  33. The next seven decades of India in the light of unfinished tasks
  34. Cultural capitalism
  35. Appetite of tolerance is the root of social malevolence
  36. Religious freedom resides in individual not in their institutions
  37. God man & the holy man: vulnerability of religion or humanity
  38. Globalisation and its discontent through current contraction in world
  39. MAD and the global peace
  40. Refugees: whose responsibility after all?
  41. India’s foray into leadership responsibilities and the space diplomacy
  42. Economic reforms a matter of choice or compulsion in India?
  43. Cashless economy how real
  44. Tourism; the untapped potential of India
  45. Sex is not a binary instance
  46. Sub-nationalism Vs diversity in India
  47. Unplanned urbanization and erratic climatic behavior: Are the urban population aware of the threat that looms large?
  48. Artificial intelligence and its future
  49. Relativity applies to physics only?
  50. Cyber threat- the real threat Farming has lost the ability to be a source of subsistence for majority of farmers in India.
  51. Impact of the new economic measures on fiscal ties between the union and states in India Destiny of a nation is shaped in its classrooms.
  52. Joy is the simplest form of Gratitude Fulfilment of ‘new women’ in India a myth.
  53. We may brave human laws but cannot resist natural laws.
  54. ’Social Media’ is inherently a selfish medium.
  55. Relevance of Non-Alignment Movement (NAM)
  56. If Development is not engendered, it is endangered
  57. Need Brings Greed , if need increases it spoils breed
  58. Water Dispute Between States in Federal India
  59. Innovation is the key determinant to Economic Growth and Social welfare
  60. Co-operative Federalism –Myth or Reality
  61. Cyberspace and Internet – Blessing or curse to the Human Civilization in the long run
  62. Digital Economy- A leveler or a source of Economic Inequality
  63. Judiciary  and its working
  64. Water disputes between States.
  65. Skilling the youth of India
  66. India’s role in changing global world order
  67. National  health  protection  scheme
  68. Nationalism debate
  69. Pollution Crisis in urban areas
  70. Politics, bureaucracy and business – fatal triangle. (UPSC 1994)
  71. Politics without ethics is a disaster. (UPSC 1995)
  72. The VIP cult is a bane of Indian democracy. (UPSC 1996)
  73. Need for transparency in public administration. (UPSC 1996)
  74. The country’s need for a better disaster management system. (UPSC 2000)
  75. How should a civil servant conduct himself? (UPSC 2003)
  76. Whither Indian democracy? (UPSC 1995)
  77. What we have not learnt during fifty years of independence. (UPSC 1997)
  78. Why should we be proud of being Indians? (UPSC 2000)
  79. What have we gained from our democratic set-up? (UPSC 2001)
  80. How far has democracy in India delivered the goods? (UPSC 2003)
  81. National identity and patriotism. (UPSC 2008)
  82. In the context of Gandhiji’s views on the matter, explore, on an evolutionary scale, the terms ‘Swadhinata’, ‘Swaraj’ and ‘Dharmarajya’. Critically comment on their contemporary relevance to Indian democracy. (UPSC 2012)
  83. Is the colonial mentality hindering India’s success? (UPSC 2013)
  84. Dreams which should not let India sleep. (UPSC 2015)
  85. Management of Indian border disputes – a complex task. (UPSC 2018)
  86. Resource management in the Indian context. (UPSC 1999)
  87. GDP (Gross Domestic Product) along with GDH (Gross Domestic Happiness) would be the right indices for judging the wellbeing of a country. (UPSC 2013)
  88. Was it the policy paralysis or the paralysis of implementation which slowed the growth of our country? (UPSC 2014)
  89. Crisis faced in India – moral or economic. (UPSC 2015)
  90. Near jobless growth in India: An anomaly or an outcome of economic reforms. (UPSC 2016)
  91. Digital economy: A leveller or a source of economic inequality. (UPSC 2016)
  92. Innovation is the key determinant of economic growth and social welfare. (UPSC 2016)
  93. Impact of the new economic measures on fiscal ties between the union and states in India. (UPSC 2017)
  94. The language problem in India: its past, present and prospects. (UPSC 1998)
  95. Water resources should be under the control of the central government. (UPSC 2004)
  96. Evaluation of panchayati raj system in India from the point of view of eradication of power to people. (UPSC 2007)
  97. Is autonomy the best answer to combat balkanization? (UPSC 2007)
  98. Creation of smaller states and the consequent administrative, economic and developmental implication. (UPSC 2011)
  99. Cooperative federalism: Myth or reality. (UPSC 2016)
  100. Water disputes between States in federal India. (UPSC 2016)
  101. The Indian society at the crossroads. (UPSC 1994)
  102. New cults and godmen: a threat to traditional religion. (UPSC 1996)
  103. The composite culture of India. (UPSC 1998)
  104. Youth culture today. (UPSC 1999)
  105. Modernism and our traditional socio-ethical values. (UPSC 2000)
  106. Indian culture today: a myth or a reality? (UPSC 2000)
  107. As civilization advances culture declines. (UPSC 2003)
  108. From traditional Indian philanthropy to the gates-buffet model-a natural progression or a paradigm shift? (UPSC 2010)
  109. Judicial activism. (UPSC 1997)
  110. Judicial activism and Indian democracy. (UPSC 2004)
  111. Justice must reach the poor. (UPSC 2005)
  112. Reservation, politics and empowerment. (UPSC 1999)
  113. Food security for sustainable national development. (UPSC 2005)
  114. The focus of health care is increasingly getting skewed towards the ‘haves’ of our society. (UPSC 2009)
  115. Farming has lost the ability to be a source of subsistence for the majority of farmers in India. (UPSC 2017)
  116. Poverty anywhere is a threat to prosperity everywhere. (UPSC 2018)
  117. Misinterpretation and misuse of freedom in India. (UPSC 1998)
  118. Mass media and cultural invasion. (UPSC 1999)
  119. Responsibility of media in a democracy. (UPSC 2002)
  120. How has satellite television brought about cultural change in Indian mindsets? (UPSC 2007)
  121. Role of media in good governance. (UPSC 2008)
  122. Does Indian cinema shape our popular culture or merely reflect it? (UPSC 2011)
  123. Is sting operation an invasion on privacy? (UPSC 2014)
  124. Urbanization is a blessing in disguise. (UPSC 1997)
  125. Protection of ecology and environment is essential for sustained economic development. (UPSC 2006)
  126. Urbanisation and its hazards. (UPSC 2008)
  127. Should a moratorium be imposed on all fresh mining in tribal areas of the country? (UPSC 2010)
  128. We may brave human laws but cannot resist natural laws. (UPSC 2017)
  129. Multinational corporations – saviours or saboteurs. (UPSC 1994)
  130. Globalization would finish small-scale industries in India. (UPSC 2006)
  131. BPO boom in India. (UPSC 2007)
  132. Special economic zone: boon or bane? (UPSC 2008)
  133. Are our traditional handicrafts doomed to a slow death? (UPSC 2009)
  134. Is the criticism that the Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model for development is more of a bane than a boon in the Indian context, justified? (UPSC 2012)
  135. Tourism: Can this be the next big thing for India? (UPSC 2014)
  136. Restructuring of Indian education system. (UPSC 1995)
  137. Literacy is growing very fast, but there is no corresponding growth in education. (UPSC 1996)
  138. Irrelevance of the classroom. (UPSC 2001)
  139. Privatization of higher education in India. (UPSC 2002)
  140. Modern technological education and human values. (UPSC 2002)
  141. What is real education? (UPSC 2005)
  142. “Education for all” campaign in India: myth or reality. (UPSC 2006)
  143. Independent thinking should be encouraged right from the childhood. (UPSC 2007)
  144. Is an egalitarian society possible by educating the masses? (UPSC 2008)
  145. Credit – based higher education system – status, opportunities and challenges. (UPSC 2011)
  146. Is the growing level of competition good for the youth? (UPSC 2014)
  147. Are the standardized tests good measure of academic ability or progress? (UPSC 2014)
  148. Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make a man more clever devil. (UPSC 2015)
  149. Destiny of a nation is shaped in its classrooms. (UPSC 2017)
  150. The new emerging women power: the ground realities. (UPSC 1995)
  151. Greater political power alone will not improve women’s plight. (UPSC 1997)
  152. Woman is god’s best creation. (UPSC 1998)
  153. Women empowerment: challenges and prospects. (UPSC 1999)
  154. Empowerment alone cannot help our women. (UPSC 2001)
  155. Whither women’s emancipation? (UPSC 2004)
  156. If women ruled the world. (UPSC 2005)
  157. The hand that rocks the cradle. (UPSC 2005)
  158. Women’s reservation bill would usher in empowerment for women in India. (UPSC 2006)
  159. Managing work and home – is the Indian working woman getting a fair deal? (UPSC 2012)
  160. If development is not engendered, it is endangered. (UPSC 2016)
  161. Fulfillment of ‘new woman’ in India is a myth. (UPSC 2017)
  162. Youth is a blunder, manhood a struggle, old age a regret. (UPSC 1994)
  163. Useless life is an early death. (UPSC 1994)
  164. Disinterested intellectual curiosity is the lifeblood of civilisation. (UPSC 1995)
  165. When money speaks, the truth is silent. (UPSC 1995)
  166. Our deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds. (UPSC 1995)
  167. Truth is lived, not taught. (UPSC 1996)
  168. True religion cannot be misused. (UPSC 1997)
  169. Search for truth can only be a spiritual problem. (UPSC 2002)
  170. The paths of glory lead but to the grave. (UPSC 2002)
  171. If youth knew, if age could. (UPSC 2002)
  172. There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so. (UPSC 2003)
  173. Be the change you want to see in others. (UPSC 2013)
  174. With greater power comes greater responsibility. (UPSC 2014)
  175. Words are sharper than the two-edged sword. (UPSC 2014)
  176. Lending hands to someone is better than giving a dole. (UPSC 2015)
  177. “The past’ is a permanent dimension of human consciousness and values. (UPSC 2018)
  178. Reality does not conform to the ideal, but confirms it. (UPSC 2018)
  179. Attitude makes habit, habit makes character and character makes a man. (UPSC 2007)
  180. Discipline means success, anarchy means ruin. (UPSC 2008)
  181. Character of an institution is reflected in its leader. (UPSC 2015)
  182. Need brings greed, if greed increases it spoils breed. (UPSC 2016)
  183. Joy is the simplest form of gratitude. (UPSC 2017)
  184. A good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge. (UPSC 2018)
  185. A people that values its privileges above its principles loses both. (UPSC 2018)
  186. Customary morality cannot be a guide to modern life. (UPSC 2018)
  187. Modernisation and westernisation are not identical concepts. (UPSC 1994)
  188. The world of the twenty-first century. (UPSC 1998)
  189. The implications of globalization for India. (UPSC 2000)
  190. My vision of an ideal world order. (UPSC 2001)
  191. The masks of new imperialism. (UPSC 2003)
  192. Globalizations and its impact on Indian culture. (UPSC 2004)
  193. ‘Globalization’ vs. ‘nationalism’. (UPSC 2009)
  194. Preparedness of our society for India’s global leadership role. (UPSC 2010)
  195. The modern doctor and his patients. (UPSC 1997)
  196. Value-based science and education. (UPSC 1999)
  197. The march of science and the erosion of human values. (UPSC 2001)
  198. Spirituality and scientific temper. (UPSC 2003)
  199. The lure of space. (UPSC 2004)
  200. Science and Mysticism: Are they compatible? (UPSC 2012)
  201. Science and technology is the panacea for the growth and security of the nation. (UPSC 2013)
  202. Technology cannot replace manpower. (UPSC 2015)
  203. Alternative technologies for a climate change resilient India. (UPSC 2018)
  204. The cyberworld: its charms and challenges. (UPSC 2000)
  205. Increasing computerization would lead to the creation of a dehumanized society. (UPSC 2006)
  206. Cyberspace and Internet: Blessing or curse to the human civilization in the long run. (UPSC 2016)
  207. Social media is inherently a selfish medium. (UPSC 2017)
  208. Restructuring of UNO reflect present realities. (UPSC 1996)
  209. India’s role in promoting ASEAN cooperation. (UPSC 2004)
  210. Importance of Indo-US nuclear agreement. (UPSC 2006)
  211. Has the Non- Alignment Movement (NAM) lost its relevance in a multipolar world. (UPSC 2017)
  212. Terrorism and world peace. (UPSC 2005)
  213. Are we a ‘soft’ state? (UPSC 2009)
  214. Good fences make good neighbours. (UPSC 2009)
  215. In the Indian context, both human intelligence and technical intelligence are crucial in combating terrorism. (UPSC 2011)
  216. India’s contribution to world wisdom. (UPSC 1998)
  217. The pursuit of excellence. (UPSC 2001)
  218. Geography may remain the same; history need not. (UPSC 2010)
  219. Fifty Golds in Olympics: Can this be a reality for India? (UPSC 2014)
  220. Quick but steady wins the race. (UPSC 2015)
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