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15th December 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

Till age old stigma exists within the majority sections of the Indian society, where women are treated with the patriarchal mindset, crime against women will continue in India? Comment. (200 W/ 12½ M)

Question 2)

A self-confident policy anchored in a clear understanding of national interest goes far in comparison to knee-jerk reactions occasioned by ego issues. In the light of the above statement critically analyse India’s Maldives policy in recent times? (250 W/15 M)

Question 3)

Changing regulations every three hours makes life miserable for MSMEs and breeds informality (a sense of humour about the rule of law). Critically comment in the light of recent policy measures. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

Ethics Case Study: You are hearing a case in court. The case is that of rash driving where a 16 year old boy has hit 3 people on road. Out of them, 1 person who was the only earning member in the family died on the spot. The boy is the son of a reputed IAS officer in the city. At the time of accident, he had come from a party and was drunk. The officer is one of your good friends. He asks you not to punish the child as this would spoil his career and it was by mistake. He requests you that this judgement will have a big impact on the career of his son. What are the ethical conflicts in the case? What are the various options before you? Discuss them with their merits and demerits. Are moral and ethical values of parents and the upbringing of children by them to be held responsible in such cases? (200 W/ 12½ M)

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Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Hi Satvik,
-Introduction is impressive and good…
-You have identified and brought very crucial points in arranged form…well presented…
-Steps by government are also good…
-However, there is need to mention what next can be done apart from the existing rules and regulations in order to change the mindset of people, though there is some points mentioned in concluding part…but need to incorporate more…

Overall, very good approach…need to have 360 degree approach and mention all dimensions which the question aspires…
Keep practicing…will improve for sure…
Marks awarded: 6.5/12.5

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Thanks sir, , will improve as per your guidance 😊

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Hi satvik,
-Introduction could have been much better and holistic…
-Points and ideas mentioned are very good and well arranged…
Overall, very good answer…need to work a bit on improving introduction…the rest is very good….well done…keep it up…
Keep writing…
Marks awarded: 7.5/15

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Thank you sir ,, will improve with your guidance 😊

Shefali kashyap
Shefali kashyap
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago

Hi Shefali,
-Poor ideas in introduction…you have mentioned the chronology of relation that too not in linkage…Also India send its Dhruv Helicopter in Maldives for what???? This seems out of context…
-There is absent of linkages among ideas because the ideas itself are incomplete…
2nd para of first page seems to be good and the ideas here can form the good introduction… however, both paragraph together will be too long for intro… (Need to articulate and mug up the ideas of both the para together and form intro…)
-You have beautifully counted the issues of worsening relationship…but the points in way forward is very general…here we need to mention about the PM visit to recent swearing in ceremony…recent meeting of foreign ministers, India’s assistance to Maldives, India’s stress on neighbourhood first policy, Gujral Doctrine, and overall creating greater confidence…

First part is answered in well manner…however, very general points are there in 2nd part…though good attempt…
Keep writing…
Marks awarded: 4.5/15

Refer our model answer for better clarity…

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Hi Satvik,
-Answer seems to be good…
-Introduction is good…and well written…
-Challenges mentioned are good…good points and well arranged ideas…
-However, need to bring comprehensive conclusion…which is absent from the answer…

Overall, good presentation…except conclusion…nice approach…keep writing…

Marks awarded: 5/10

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Thank you sir 😀

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Hi Satvik,
-There is no introduction to the topic…you directly started with the ethical conflicts involved…
-Your approach of answering seems to be good…however, as a judge you also need to advise your friend (the father) to stop undue influence and make him realize the wrong done by letting his minor son to drive the car. He should be taught about the larger value of integrity and empathy towards society being a civil servant…
-Overall, good attempt…with all your available options…well approached…
Keep writing…

Marks awarded: 6.5/12.5

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Thank you sir , 😀
I face little difficulties while attempting case studies.
I hope I will improve às per your advice. 😊😊

Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Yes Satvik, Keep writing will improve for sure…

Shefali kashyap
Shefali kashyap
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago

Hi Shefali,
-Please upload in a proper way…Please upload again…

Pritam Kumar
1 year ago

Hi Shefali, Please do upload again…

Shefali kashyap
Shefali kashyap
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Yes sir doing.. And sorry for inconvinience comment imagecomment image

Pritam Kumar
1 year ago

Hi Shefali, thanks for uploading again…
-Please leave margin on both edges of the paper…
-Introductory para has unnecessary information provided…1st para seems irrelevant…Ideas of 2nd para is good for introduction…
-What is emotional force? (in third para)…here the points does not reflect the people’s mindset…

-Patriarchal mindset will be like women are seen as liability rather than asset…birth of girl child is considered as loss because of prevalent dowry system, patriarchal norms of going to husband’s home after marriage, they are being less favoured in education in compared to her brother(s)…etc…(these reflects mindset)…

You point in third para is like reflection of mindset or the consequences…in modern context…(add the above points in your answer)…
-Answer is incomplete………

both the papers uploaded contains half answer of two different questions…

gk
gk
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  gk

Hi GK,
-Why to waste time in writing question on paper (that too a long one)…you can directly start with answer…
-The discussion is not good…and this is not the way of answering the case study…

-In general framework there should be an introduction about the case study…like the case involves conflict of interest of judge where he has to deliver a judgement regarding rash driving, and hit to kill a person by a minor 16 year child…you can also mention the stakeholders involved in the case…
-Then mention the ethical conflicts involved in above case…like judicial value and human value, empathy towards child and empathy towards the family of person dead, professional values v/s personal values, conflict of interest, future of child at stake, balancing the quantum of punishment between a major and minor…etc…etc…etc…
-Then discuss the various options available with the judge with their respective merits and demerits…
-Conclusion should be favouring one of the best options available with proper justification…

-Also, need to be careful regarding use of language and words…we should avoid using colloquial language…
-In 2nd option you are favouring the child…compromising on conflict of interest…
-Your options and underneath arguments are poor…some of the ideas are repeated more than once…

Please refer our model answer or other best answer reviewed for better clarity….

gk
gk
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Thank you Sir.

gk
gk
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  gk

Hi GK,
-Introduction seems to be okay…okay…however, it can be made more comprehensive and informative…talk more about fruitful relations in the past in intro followed by the bitterness in relation about which you have brought 5 points…
-Also mention about the relationship in the line of Gujral Doctrine, Neighbour first policy etc…
-The rest of the points are very good and well presented…
Overall, good answer…nicely written and well presented…keep it up…

Marks awarded: 6.5/15

gk
gk
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Thank you, Sir.

hiddenwarrior
hiddenwarrior
1 year ago

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Pritam Kumar
1 year ago
Reply to  hiddenwarrior

Hi Hiddenwarrior,
-You have directly started with the solution…there is no introduction in your answer…
-In general framework there should be an introduction about the case study…like the case involves conflict of interest of judge where he has to deliver a judgement regarding rash driving, and hit to kill a person by a minor 16 year child…you can also mention the stakeholders involved in the case…
-Then mention the ethical conflicts involved in above case…like judicial value and human value, empathy towards child and empathy towards the family of person dead, professional values v/s personal values, conflict of interest, future of child at stake, balancing the quantum of punishment between a major and minor…etc…etc…etc…
-Then discuss the various options available with the judge with their respective merits and demerits…
-Conclusion should be favouring one of the best options available with proper justification…

-Also it seems that you have not read the question properly…there is only one person dead out of three being hit…
-Your way of answering is like mixing up all the points together…this way of answering will make you unable to substantiate your -argument with demerits and merits…

-Though good attempt…keep writing will improve for sure…
Refer our model answer or other best answer reviewed for better clarity…

ANSHUL
ANSHUL
1 year ago
Reply to  Pritam Kumar

Sir , I have enrolled into AWE on 8th Dec but till now I have not received any feedback on answers that I have posted.

Kapiushon
Kapiushon
1 year ago

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Kapiushon
1 year ago

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Abhinav Bansal
Abhinav Bansal
1 year ago

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