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16th February 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 17th February

GS-1  Indian National Movement.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Coins form an invaluable source in reconstruction of India past. Explain with examples from ancient India. 10 marks

Question 2)

The growing power of digital tech giants has necessitated the world’s democracies to get together to discuss global digital governance. In light of this, examine the challenges posed by the digital tech giants and suggest the measures to deal with these challenges. 10 marks

Question 3)

For a country with sizable socioeconomic problems, it is quintessential to strategise well to combat climate vulnerability and associated risks. In light of this, suggest the measures India must adopt to make India resilient. 10 marks

Question 4)  

You are the director of a unit in a regulatory agency that is charged with monitoring the use of potentially harmful commercial chemicals. Geeta, a junior project manager under your supervision, is responsible for studying a broad-spectrum insecticide that is used not only in agriculture by small food-grain farmers and cotton farmers, but also in the livestock sector as an animal spray. She has been assigned to determine whether this product should be removed from the market. At a social event, Geeta met a man named Siddharth, who she later learned was the Mumbai representative for the insecticide manufacturer. After meeting Siddharth several times, she became rather fond of him and wanted to pursue the relationship further. However, Geeta realized that their professional roles created a potential conflict of interest for her, and she decided to tell you about the situation. She intended to continue seeing Siddharth and said she considered herself mature enough to maintain a separation between her professional and private lives. Geeta insisted that her feelings for Siddharth would not influence her judgment in any way; in fact she and Siddharth had never even discussed the chemical in question. What would you do in such a situation? While you evaluate the alternatives available to you, what are the moral codes and maxims that come to your mind as reference points for arriving at a decision? 10 marks

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