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Question 1)

The purpose of the social reform movements in 19th century was to ‘purify’ and ‘rediscover’ an Indian civilization that would be conformant with the European ideals of rationalism, empiricism, monotheism and individualism. Comment. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

What are the aims and mandates of Shanghai Cooperation Organization? How far do you think it will boost India’s relation with Central Asian Countries and China? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

By 2020 India is projected to be the youngest nation in the world in terms of numbers. While this provides India greater opportunity, it also poses challenges. Explain the various challenges to be faced and suggest measures to turn it into an opportunity. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

What is social sin? Is there any standard definition of it? How can we abstain from social sin? And if we fail to abstain from so called social sin, what would be the consequences? (150 W/ 10 M)

 

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Shefali kashyap
Shefali kashyap
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago

Hi Shefali
– Perfect direction of the answer.
– It answered the issue in required manner.
– Explanation is good. Keep it up.
– Keep writing

Marks: 8/15

Shefali kashyap
Shefali kashyap
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago

Hi Shefali
– Good answer.
– Right from the start till end, the approach of the answer is clear and solid.
– Very good attempt.

Marks: 7.5/15

anita raul
anita raul
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  anita raul

Hi Anita
Once again a humble request, upload questions separately.

Q1.
– Very good starting of the answer.
– The discussion in the main body is general in nature.
– It is repeating the statements of question rather than answering those statements in solid manner.
– Main focus of the answer should be given on the fact that these reformers were not trying to force reforms in Indian society from European point of view but wanted to overhaul the society through rationale and informed discussion of Indian religious textbooks.
– Therefore rather than just mentioning the reforms that these leaders bought, focus on the means and ways of those reforms and the idea behind that.

Marks: 5.5

Q2.
– Good discussion.
– You covered all the necessary points regarding India and SCO.
– Overall decent attempt.
– Work on your presentation skills and handwriting to make it readable.

Marks: 6.5

Q3.
– Again a detailed discussion.
– Everything has been covered in holistic manner.
– Good way forward.
– Keep it up.

Marks: 7

Q4.
– While discussion is OK, but you missed a key requirement of the question: And if we fail to abstain from so called social sin, what would be the consequences?
– Rest the answer is fine.

Marks: 6

anita raul
anita raul
1 year ago
Reply to  parth verma

thank u sir .

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Hi Satvik
– Very good starting of the answer.
– The discussion in the main body is general in nature.
– It is repeating the statements of question rather than answering those statements in solid manner.
– Main focus of the answer should be given on the fact that these reformers were not trying to force reforms in Indian society from European point of view but wanted to overhaul the society through rationale and informed discussion of Indian religious textbooks.
– Therefore rather than just mentioning the reforms that these leaders bought, focus on the means and ways of those reforms and the idea behind that.

Marks: 5.5/15

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago
Reply to  parth verma

Thank u so much sir , for in depth evaluation and guiding , humble suggestions. Now I realized that I misinterpretated the question n failed to mention relevant contents .
I will improve defenatly.
Keep guiding us.😊

Shefali kashyap
Shefali kashyap
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago

Hi Shefali
– Very good answer.
– All the aspects of an UPSC answer – Content, Structure, Presentation – are nicely managed.
– The discussion is quite good and explanation lucid. Keep it up.

Marks: 8/15

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Satvik

Hi Satvik
– In any issue related Central Asia, energy is an important issue which you failed to discuss.
– Otherwise, the overall discussion in India and SCO is quite good..
– But there was very little discussion on the challenges that India will have to face in SCO while furthering her interest.
– Very Good conclusion.

Marks: 6.5/15

Satvik
Satvik
1 year ago
Reply to  parth verma

Thank u so much sir ,
I thought to mention about energy , n nuclear prospects but later I failed to mention 😐.
Keep guiding us.😊

Minakshi
Minakshi
1 year ago

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Minakshi
Minakshi
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Minakshi

Hi Minakshi
– There are certain issues with the answer.
-First, in any issue related Central Asia, energy is an important issue which you failed to discuss.
– The overall discussion in India and SCO is general in nature.
– There was no discussion on the challenges that India will have to face in SCO while furthering her interest.
– Lackluster conclusion.
-Otherwise good beginning of the answer

Marks: 4/15

Minakshi
Minakshi
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Minakshi

Hi Minakshi
– You covered the answer in limited space and that is commendable.
– Rather than discussing those sins from Gandhi ji, use that space for discussion on various other types of social sins.
– Give more examples in ethics answer.
-Overall decent attempt.

Marks: 7/15

Puru Rajput
Puru Rajput
1 year ago

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Imgroot
Imgroot
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Imgroot

Hi Imgroot
– Very good answer.
– Nothing wrong in the answer.
– Keep it up
Marks: 8/15

Kapiushon
Kapiushon
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Kapiushon

Hi Kapiushon
– While your idea of dividing the reform movement into two ideologies or approach is commendable, but it lacks conviction.
– As mentioned in the model answer itself, the key words in the question are purify and rediscover. Therefore you have to base your answer on the fact that these reformers were not trying to force reforms in Indian society from European point of view but wanted to overhaul the society through rationale and informed discussion of Indian religious textbooks.
– Therefore just show how these reformers pursued the goal of purifying and rediscovering the Indian society. Its as simple as that.
– Effort in the answer is good.

Marks: 6/15

Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Shivani Sharma

Hi Shivani
– Decent attempt overall.
– The only thing to improve here is to mention few social reformers and mention the work of these reformist leaders and what were the evils present in the Indian society at that time.
– Apart from that, very good answer. Keep it up.

Marks- 7.5/15

Kapiushon
Kapiushon
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Kapiushon

Hi Kapiushon
– Decent intro.
– While discussion in the answer is OK, you should mention important Central Asian projects like TAPI, CASA (Central Asia-South Asia)-1000 electricity transmission projects etc to enhance your points.
– Challenges portion needs more strength. Right now it is too China centric.
– Better conclusion.

Marks: 6/15

Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Shivani Sharma

Hi Shivani
– Give a little more insight into SCO in the intro, like its formation, members etc.
– Good use of first flowchart. Contents in it are decent.
– You can do away with the flowchart regarding recent developments in SCO. That will give you ample space for other parts of the answer.
– You did not provide concerns regarding India and SCO and how to tackle those challenges.
– No Conclusion either.
Marks: 4.5/15

Kapiushon
Kapiushon
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Kapiushon

Hi Kapisuhon
– In intro, discuss a bit about demographic dividend and positives arising out of it.
– The discussion on RADICALIZATION is not suited for the current answer and I dont see how this is affecting the employment of youth. Its the vice versa, instead.
– While you tried to focus on the issues or challenges in reaping the benefits of demographic dividend, but a lot of the important reasons have been left out. Refer the model answer and take cue from there.
– The way forward is decent and content is more or less good.
– Good conclusion.
– Work on the content of first part of the answer because that is the main aspect of the question.

Marks: 5/15

Shruti P
Shruti P
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Shruti P

Hi Shruti
– In intro, discuss a bit about demographic dividend and positives arising out of it.
– The content and the discussion in the answer is decent.
– Conclusion missing.
-Overall decent attempt.
Marks: 7/15

Puru Rajput
Puru Rajput
1 year ago

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parth verma
parth verma
1 year ago
Reply to  Puru Rajput

Hi Puru
– Very lengthy discussion.
– Don’t over-explain points.
– Therefore keep the discussion short and crisp.
– Content wise, the answer is very good.
– Work on your presentation.

Marks: 5.5

Puru Rajput
Puru Rajput
1 year ago
Reply to  parth verma

ok