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Analysis of GD Topics

Analysis of GD Topics

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ANALYSIS OF GD TOPICS -1: TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
1.
Is China better than India in software?
022.
Should we change the present system of education in our country?
043.
“Will the nuclear deal help India to develop faster?”
064.
Women’s reservation
085.
India should go for a presidential form of Government
106.
Is management an art or a science
127.
Globalisation
148.
Is China a threat to the Indian Software Industry?
169.
Role of media (is the media in India really free)?
1810.
Premarital Sex
2011.
Who says mnc’s are superior to Indian companies?
2112.
Effects of cinema on youth
2313.
India’s Performance In Olympics
2514.
How to deal with International Terrorism
2715.
Should we have a uniform civil code?
3216.
Love marriages versus arranged marriages
3417.
Advantages of Co-Education
3618.
Who serves the country best- a soldier, a teacher, a scientist or a politician?
3819.
Should sex education be introduced in school?
4020.
Is China a threat to Indian industry?
42
 
 
 
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1. IS CHINA BETTER THAN INDIA IN SOFTWARE?
Introduction
 
China and India are totally different other than the fact that both have a large population and bothare extremely poor. The contrast could not be sharper. They look different, talk differently andfollow different growth models. China is planned, top-down and authoritarian while India ischaotic, anarchistic and democratic. Chinese are low-key and reserved while Indians are talkativeand outgoing. China is also quietly focused while India is overly optimistic. After the 1991 reformsundertaken by India, the two Asian mammoths have marked their presence in the global industrialscaffold in the form of two of the fastest growing economies, and one of the factors which hasprovided the much needed impetus is the marked presence of both the countries in the softwareindustry. Both the countries enjoy a humongous lead in the software industry though severaldifferent factors have been responsible for the stupendous pace at which both the countries havepropelled in this industry. In the first ten months of 2008, China’s software exports value surgedby 51.3% year-on-year to US$ 11.7bn, with the software outsourcing services accounting for US$1.01bn, up by 47.2% year-on-year but with the growth rate standing 23.3 percentage points lowerthan the rate for the first nine months of the year. India’s software and services exports will cross$40 billion in fiscal 2008 with the domestic market estimated at $23 billion.
Arguments in favour of the topic
 
More and more Chinese universities are setting up specialized training modules forstudents in the software and the IT-sector and for the first time in the Chinese academichistory, the instructions are being carried out in English language.
Chinese experts are starting local software and service companies. Such companies willbe very successful training grounds for future local entrepreneurs. They will add to thespeed of local development. Combine these with relatively open policies of the localgovernment in enabling the starting of new ventures and you can have a rapid increase innew companies.
The Chinese Communist government has been a clear advocate of the top-downmanagement principle which makes the management norms and processes much lesstime consuming and gets rid of the time consuming model followed by their Indiancounterparts. The Chinese also enjoy more logistic support in the form of betterinfrastructure facilities.
Although the Indian software industry enjoys innovative excellence over their Chinesecounterparts, Chinese software majors are better equipped in providing the softwarebackup and maintenance facilities. The Chinese also enjoy better emulating efficiencythanks to their high average “IQ” (China stands at the top most position in the list of theaverage IQ).
The Indian software industry is more vulnerable thanks to the higher dependence on thewestern corporate customers. More than a quarter of the Indian software business wasfrom the United States, whereas China on the other hand is more dependent on itsdomestic market and a major share of the revenues is received from the domestic marketitself which makes it less vulnerable to international conditions.
 
 
 
.. 3 ..Arguments against the topic
 
India surely enjoys a lead over China, thanks to its low cost model which is difficult toemulate, followed by the number of cost benefits such as the cheapest availablemanpower after countries like Argentina and Brazil, which makes the Indian softwareindustry a more lucrative proposition.
India also scores over China as it enjoys the benefits of having the largest Englishspeaking population (even more than the United Kingdom) which makes it easier for theIndian software experts to understand the demands of their foreign customers.
India also enjoys the lead thanks to the biggest pool of technocrats and engineers; itchurns out more then 400000 engineering professionals every year and the efficiency of anIndian software graduate is considered more than above average as compared to softwareprofessionals belonging to any other part of the world as per the software industrial norms.
India also benefits as it enjoys a democratic government as compared to its “communistcounterpart” China which makes the Indian industry more transparent and flexible in itsworking. India also enjoys an early lead advantage in the form of three of its companiesranking among the top-5 software firms in the world. China concentrates more on itsdomestic growth, whereas the Indian software industry in more dependent on exports andoutsourcing.
India’s long-term potential may be greater than China’s as the communist giant faces ashrinking work force due to its “one child policy” whereas India enjoys an ever increasingwork force. Population, in this case, seems to act as a boon for the Indian softwareindustry rather than a liability.
According to DBS, Nasscom is targeting $60 billion worth of Indian exports by 2010, whilethe Chinese government wants software exports to hit just $10 billion that same year.India’s software and services exports will cross $40 billion in fiscal 2008 with the domesticmarket estimated at $23 billion.

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