Globalization

Changes in pattern of Globalisation – UPSC GS1

NOTE: Good content for essays on globalisation Globalization in the past Human beings have travelled to distant places to survive, trade, and communicate. Harappan seals dating back to 3000 BCE found in Mesopotamia indicate trade and contacts between ancient civilizations. The number Zero, algebra, gunpowder, religions spread around the world like wildfire. Changes: Globalization isn’t …

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New Globalisation : Impact on India – UPSC GS1

Context: Some of the traditional forms of globalization (the free movement of goods, money, people, etc) are in partial retreat. Globalization is transforming as new agendas come into focus. These agendas include action on controlling climate change, taxing global companies, tackling terrorism, sharing vaccines, and the like. Trends in Traditional elements of Globalization: Global Trade: Global Trade is growing slower than …

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Globalisation relation with Democracy – UPSC GS1

Critically analyse the relationship between globalisation and democracy. (200 Words) Globalisation is the movement of goods, people and ideas across the world. It has affected every section of the society and every sphere of the country that is economic, political and social. Its relationship on democracy is mixed. Globalisation promoting democracy: Spread of ideas of …

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Globalisation Impact on Urban Society – UPSC GS1

Critically examine how globalisation has affected various sections of urban society in India. Also compare and contrast them based on your own observation and experiences. (200 Words) Globalization is perhaps the biggest turn in human history which has affected every facet of human life, and its effects are purely visible on Urban Indian society too. …

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Impact of Globalisation on Women – UPSC GS1

Positive impact: Increased employment opportunities Increased educational investment in girl child by parents due to earning prospects Economic liberalisation served as a catalyst to thrust women into the limelight in India Attracted more companies as well as different organizations into India which provided opportunities for not only working men, but also women Higher education and pay …

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Globalisation Impact on Agriculture – UPSC GS1

Critically analyse the impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture. (200 Words) Positives of globalisation on agriculture: Mechanisation New technology for seed development- Green Revolution, GM crops New technology for water conservation, irrigation development- Iran , Israel techniques, Drip irrigation Export promotion due to new markets New technologies like e-commerce for product promotion e.g.- tea brands, …

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Globalisation Impact on Rural Society – UPSC GS1

Critically analyse the impact of globalisation on Indian villages and agrarian structures. (200 Words) Globalization opened gates for “greater mobility and faster connectivity”. This new trend brought significant changes in rural and agrarian sectors. Impact on rural areas– Works and employment are being generated. Connectivity brought awareness regarding various issues. Modern values are being advocated now. Fuelling …

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