Extempore- Factual Topics

Extempores form an integral part of the selection processes. A mastery over extempores can be an added advantage for a candidate - and puts him/her in a better position over other candidates. In this article, we bring you latest factual topics that might be asked in the extempore round of any selection process. 

Extempore- Factual Topics
An exhaustive list of latest extempore topics:
  • Crossing the Line of Control
  • Demonetization
  • Trump’s triumph
  • Cuba After Fidel
  • Getting real on climate
  • IT: Boon or Bane
  • The most needed reform in India
  • Is India capable of assuming responsibility in the East?
  • Cheap Labor in India
  • Women make better managers than men
  • Objectives of business
  • Time Management
  • Higher education in India
  • Marketing: What do you like about it?
  • Marketing of films
  • Athletics in India
  • Kashmir problem - will it ever be solved?
  • Osama Bin Laden
  • Inflation or growth
  • Indian Problem League
  • Education and wisdom
  • Climate is changing
  • Education Reforms
  • Indo-Pak relations
  • Debt Crisis and India
  • Fiscal cliff
  • Chetan Bhagat and literature
  • My favourite movie
  • Impact of Recession on India
  • Policy paralysis and reforms
  • The place of religion in your life
  • Freedom of expression
  • Too many professional colleges - is it good or bad?
  • Compulsory CSR
  • Women Reservation Bill
  • Technology and man
  • The status of women
  • Generalists vs Specialists
  • Coalition government - bane or boon
  • The "Aam Aadmi party"-pros & cons
  • Facebook
  • IPL Cricket is not real cricket
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • The Internet Age
  • Management- Art or Science?
  • Corruption & India
  • Globalization & Indian Economy
  • Capital punishment for rapists
  • Indo - Pak relations
  • India Vs. China
  • Rahul Gandhi Vs. Narendra Modi
  • Population of India
Example for Extempore:
International trade barriers
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Patterns of International trade & gains from trade were determined by Trade Theory or 'Mercantilism' prevalent in 17th & 18th centuries. In Mercantilism, an economy tried to augment its wealth by restricting and reducing imports while encouraging exports.
The barriers to International Trade are generally divided into Tariff Barriers and Non-Tariff Barriers (TBs & NTBs). Regional Integration Agreements (RIA) were formed mainly to reduce trade barriers between member nations. The formation of subsequent RIAs, i.e. from "Free Trade" to "Customs Union (e.g. SAARC)" to "Common Market" to "Economic/Political Union (e.g. European Union)" went on reducing trade barriers with members and outside nations.
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