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08 Oct 2017 | Target Mains | Question 8

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  •  Sid Sonawane @legendarysonsid

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    •  Pritam Kumar @pritam_cd

      -Acceded the word limit…
      -Clarity is missing in intro…there is no any mention that increasing population leads to increase in the number of vehicles which leads to pollution and global warming…and so on…
      -Points and ideas mentioned are good…well explained but contains much elaboration…need to synchronize…
      -Ideas in conclusion is good…need to synchronise…
      However, your approach is good…can be made more excellent…keep practicing…
      Marks awarded: 4.5/10

  •  RAHUL JAIN @rahul-jain1

    KINDLY REVIEW 🙂
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    Vehicular emissions have become one of the most important causes of global warming and climate change in recent times. The govt has taken note of the same and has taken various steps including switch from BS-4 to BS-6 by 2020, National e-Mobility Plan(NeMP) etc. Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles(FAME)scheme under NeMP is one such flagship programme which aims at increasing the adoption of electric vehicles and development of its manufacturing ecosystem. Though the intended benefits would be reduced pollution, reduced dependency on the fossil fuels, development of R&D in this sector etc., there are some inherent concerns which are technology independent including:
    1. The demand for such vehicles.
    2. Infrastructure constraints including lack of power charging facilities etc.
    3. Might lead to more pollution since there would be increased dependency on coal for electricity generation for such vehicles.
    3. Further, the high costs of such vehicles would also act as a dampener among the companies and the people alike.
    4. Risk and safety concerns w.r.t such vehicles and also on the govt’s part by over-focusing on this sector may backfire.
    Hence, it is imperative that whilst such initiatives are laudatory and are visionary in nature, other steps can also be taken to reduce vehicular emissions including improving public transport infrastructure(Metros, Buses,Railways etc), urging people to adopt strategies like car pooling, cycling etc.

    •  Pritam Kumar @pritam_cd

      -Very good introduction…ideas mentioned are good…
      -Have over emphasised on problematic aspects…however, we should have concern that these electric vehicles or hybrid electric vehicles are the future of world…we should appreciate such initiatives…we can think of generating electricity with nuclear power plant with utmost security…providing infrastructure etc…
      Your conclusion shows you are reluctant to adopt changes and are trying to improve the existing systems and situations…Rejecting such initiatives outrightly is not recommendable…

      However, stand taken by you and the explanation for the same are good but for wider acceptance we should adapt to changes and promote such initiatives…this will at least save our planet from pollution and global warming effect…

      Marks awarded: 4/10

  •  Narayana Sarma @narayanacbe

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      -Introduction is okay…
      -We need to highlight the positive aspects of Electric Vehicles use…your points are mixed up…then we can talk about few challenges like affordability, charging points, high powered battery issue in case of accident, Meeting the demand etc…
      -First page…last three paragraphs are irrelevant…
      -Points mentioned by you are too general…and have focussed much on addressing challenges…have not mentioned advantages and disadvantages of using electric vehicles…
      Refer some of the best answers reviewed from this section or our model answer for better clarity…

  •  Avinash Mishra @avinash-mishra

    The automobile industry is currently undergoing a structural change which marks the transition from the fossil fuel fed vehicles to electrically charged vehicles. The dedicated policy in India under national electric mobility mission plan envisions to sell 6.7 million hybrid vehicles by 2020.
    What would an incremental,technology neutral approach would mean?
    Simply put, it means support to a full range of electric vehicle technologies til they attain market acceptability. This technology agnostic strategy helps market forces determine the optimum technology and allows for the domestic industry and customers to shift to cleaner technologies without disruption.
    Reasons for this strategy :
    -Past experience has established, given the huge success of AMP (Automative Mission plan )which followed the same approach.
    ->It is based on the fact that hybrid vehicles and plug hybrid vehicles do not compete but rather compliment faster adoption of technology.
    ->there is a need for a differential approach that factors in the segment-wise ease to BEV adoption.
    ->This inclusive approach accommodates segments like larger vehicles which cannot be served by BEVs. Moreover, this also prevents policymakers from placing all their resources in BEVs(Battery electrical vehicle)
    Global experience indicates that most countries, barring China, have adopted a technology-neutral approach therefore this approach should be adopted by India for the holistic development of the sector.

    •  Pritam Kumar @pritam_cd

      -Your answer is different from what the question is asking…we need to mention the reason to shift from fossil fuel used vehicles to electronically used vehicles…like pollution, global warming, health hazards, sustainability on earth etc…the reasons mentioned by you advocates the technological strategy which is not actually the demand of the question.
      -Refer some of the best answer from this section or our model answer for better clarity…

  •  Parvathy @parvathy2490

    After the instruction of Supreme Court Baharat stage 6(BS 6) wil be implemented after 2019. India in order to adhere to Paris convention and also to meet the requirement to develop 100 % electric potential in automobile (SMV,s) sector by 2030 as an response to climate change .
    Some Majors Challenges of this implementation are :

    1. Our whole Infrastructure is not capable to adopt Electric vehicles. Still many villagers night spent in Moon light & Kersoene lamp.Issue of Charging and storage current
    2.Our Motor Vehicle infrastructure is not suitable for Electric vehicles.
    3. Extra Burden on State to implement Electric vehicles
    4. We have not upgraded our Industry or workers
    5. We have Not Decided Yet what we will do with Existing vehicles.
    Few Major steps Should be taken to resolve the issues :
    Various Nuclear Power plant is trying to provide Electricity 24 X 7. We should more focuses on solar energies. Roof of the buses should be made up of solar plate. Am-mend the Motor Vehicle to run smoothly the Electric vehicles. Existing Upgraded Vehicles should be upgraded or it can be export to other. Promote The public private partnership in the investment of Electric vehicles.
    Thus it is dire demand of present day that government should perform major policy shift in paradigm of transportation for electrisation of automobile sector. It will Definitely reduce the Global warning gases and make the city/ state pollution free, Also help to meet the sustainable GOAL.

    •  Pritam Kumar @pritam_cd

      -Introduction should also contain the reason for such move…only mentioning Paris convention will not be sufficient…we need to talk about emission of harmful gases by fossil fuel used vehicles leads to global warming, health hazards and various other problems…
      -We need to show some of the advantages of using electric vehicles then some of the potential challenges (as mentioned by you) and the way forward…
      The answer is thus incomplete…Need to have more specific focus on the question…
      Refer some of the best answers from this section or our model answer for better clarity…

    •  Parvathy @parvathy2490

      Hmm.. Ok Thank You for the review Sir. Will refer the model answer.

  •  Khemchand Gujjar @khemchand-gujjar

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    •  Pritam Kumar @pritam_cd

      -Very good introduction…incorporated more than one ideas…good one…
      -Under benefits of the projects add more points…like…environment friendly, employment generation, light weight-more efficient, high resale value etc…
      -Under hurdles…also add presence of high voltage in battery may lead to fatal in case of accident…
      -Conclusion is okay…
      However, your effort is good…well done…keep practicing…
      Marks awarded: 5.5/10

  •  Vk Kumar @vkkumar

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      -No where in the first two paragraphs you are mentioning about climate change, global warming, health hazards etc…which are the main reason for such shift…apart from adhering to the Paris Climate Deal…
      -Your approach is mixed i.e both advantages and disadvantages points have been written together…though good approach…however, writing separately will certainly incorporate more ideas and points like…financial benefits, employment generation, meeting the demand, presence of high voltage in battery…etc…
      Good approach…can be made more excellent…keep practicing…
      Marks awarded: 4.5/10

  •  varnit sharma @varnit-sharma

    In a bid to combat climate challenge and harmful effects of air pollution,government has taken various initiatives in past some years.Push to electric and hybrid vehicles is another major initiative of the government which has many benefits.
    Electric vehicles use baterry and electric moter for power rather than conventional vehicles which uses internal combustion engine.Hybrid vehicles uses both internal combustion engine as well as electric mother.electric or hybrid vehicles has many benefits including:increasing fuel efficiency,decreasing reliance on fuels,minimising air pollution and thereby in combat climate change.
    However,to avail the benefits of electric vehicles ,the pre -eminent condition is the adoption of new technologies by automobile sector and addressing the various challenges associated with it.
    To support the electric or hybrid vehicle market development and its manufacturing ecosystem,government has taken a new initiative in 2015,named as ‘FAME’.The scheme will be implemented in 3 phases.Besides,focusing on manufacturing ecosystem,it would also focus on incentivising the use of electric vehicles.but,for better implementation of this scheme and for promoting electric vehicles.following things need to considered-
    1.upgradation of infrastructure would be necessary in terms of building charging stations .
    2.Reskilling workers in automobile industry so as to create more jobs and creating ecosystem for manufacturing the electric vehicles.
    3.Cost in manufacturing and associated things would have to maintained sustainable basis.
    4.More emphasis,would have to laid on generating power,keeping in mind the need of rising population of power and environmental effects associated with generating power.
    After addressing the challenges ,switch to the electric vehicles would create immense benefits .

    •  Pritam Kumar @pritam_cd

      Good one…Very good answer…
      Points are well arranged and well explained…
      Ideas presented are in good structure..
      Well done…keep it up…
      Marks awarded: 6/10

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