17 Sep 2017 | Target Mains | Question 5

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  •  Amaragani SUNIL KUMAR @CE12B1002

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  •  White Walker @upsc-demolisher

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  •  Soham Banerjee @soham-banerjee

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  •  Akhil Pareek @akhil91pareek

    Request you to please review.

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    •  RK Sahoo @ramakant-sahoo

      Official Cd Review:
      – The intro is not upto the mark.( include a few lines on what a HSR is..conclusion could have been more comprehensive like how other stalled railway projects also needs push and efficiency boost too along with this HSR..
      – content and articulation is good as always…good interlinking with current affairs(esp schemes)…
      – Focus more fine tuning your intro and conclusion..otherwise good going!
      Marks Awarded: 5/10

  •  Vk Kumar @vkkumar

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  •  RAHUL JAIN @rahul-jain1

    KINDLY REVIEW 🙂
    WORDS:250
    The recent decision of developing High Speed Rail(HSR) between Ahmedabad and Mumbai with Japanese cooperation is a step towards the strengthening the relationship between the two.
    HSR have greater speeds(~200 kph) compared to the traditional railways(e.g. HSR can be Tejas of Indian Railways). At a time when faster and cheaper public transport is the buzzword and other nations are making progress towards the same(China,USA etc), it is imperative that the same should be analysed in Indian context:
    MERITS:
    1. Would aid in the govt’s vision of Make in India by promoting employment, investment and the development of such sectors in India.
    2. Secondly, it would be a step towards promoting public transport(which is a necessity in such times of climate change)
    3. Thirdly, it would be a safer option than traditional railways and cheaper than personal transport.
    4. Fourthly, apart from these merits, they are also a symbol of closer bilateral foreign relations.
    However there are some concerns as well:
    1. The problem of land acquisition(already Metro projects are in limbo)
    2. At a time when Railways are making losses and govt is promoting air travel(UDAN), whether such projects are a case of misplaced priorities?
    3. Whether they would serve the larger public interest is another concern.
    4. Fourthly, for this project, timely completion would be a concern.
    In essence, though it is laudatory that we are moving towards greater technological development(HSR etc.), it is important that our existing institutions(railways etc) and concerns of all stakeholders be also attended too.

    •  RK Sahoo @ramakant-sahoo

      Official Cd Review:
      – well structured ideas and articulation of content …intro could have included a few lines on what a HSR is…
      – Though body has good points, its not comprehensive …refer to the link for more points..
      – Conclusion is impressive..and the no non nonsense concise approach to writing is good..keep it up!!
      – work more on content and intro…
      Marks Awarded: 5/10

  •  Khemchand Gujjar @khemchand-gujjar

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  •  Sid Sonawane @legendarysonsid

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  •  Sid Sonawane @legendarysonsid

    Attached-remaining part of answer

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