A large number of villagers are migrating to the cities. One of the reasons is failure of crops because a large part of India is dependent on monsoon rains. But this is not a welcome trend.Courses of Action:
- The government should make employment available to the villagers at their respective villages.
- Those who migrate to the cities should be helped by providing them jobs in the cities.
Tribal leaders have lodged a protest with the state government asking it not to construct a highway road through their area. They have threatened an agitation in this regard.Courses of Action:
- Government should deploy armed forces and proceed with the proposed construction, because it is constructing the road only for the benefit of the tribal population.
- Government should shelve the project, and rather invest in cities, where there would be no protests or resistance.
Only I follows.
Only II follows.
Either I or II follows.
Neither I or II follows.
The government should discuss the matter with the local population, and convince them about the benefits that would accrue to them. India follows a policy of balanced regional development under which tribal regions cannot be ignored.
Some mosquito strains have become resistive to quinine.Courses of Action:
- Sale of quinine should be stopped.
- New medicine should be developed.
- The quinine resistant mosquitoes and their life cycle should be studied so that safety guidelines can be issued to the public.
About 35-40% of the enrolled school children do not attend school.Courses of Action:
- We should start more schools.
- We should find out the reasons for this absenteeism.
The number of hospital beds per 1000 persons is lower in India as compared to those in some under developed countries.Courses of Action:
- The costly medicines should be provided at subsidized rates in India.
- Government should work for getting more FDI in health sector.
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Updated on 2020-02-07. Published on: 2016-02-10