29th November 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

The economic theory by linking Indian poverty to colonialism was trying to corrode the moral authority of colonial rule, and also perhaps by implication challenging the whole paternalistic imperialism or British benevolence. Comment. (150 W/10 M)

Question 2)

A dedicated privacy law is being demanded vociferously in the country. In this context it is said that the data protection framework will need to treat privacy as a social and not just an individual need. Discuss.(150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

What are the uses and advantages of Lithium ion batteries? Examine India’s technological and manufacturing capabilities in this crucial product. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

What is your conception of Good Life? How can it be attained? (150 W/ 10 M)

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Shefali kashyap
29 Nov, 2018

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    Pritam Kumar
    4 Dec, 2018

    Hi Shefali,
    The answer is excellent…with well presented ideas precisely written points…very nice approach…
    -Good articulation of points and beautifully covered almost all aspects within word limit…
    -This is what the way UPSC aspires us to write…

    WELL DONE…Keep writing…

    Marks awarded: 7/10

      Pritam Kumar
      4 Dec, 2018

      Hi Anshika,
      -Points of the introduction seems okay…It can be made more attractive by arranging in logical order and adding some points in order to bring clarity…like Britishers disillusioned Indians in the name of development and benevolent rule but in actual sense they were plundering Indian resources and fulfilling their own needs…It was later when moderates took to uncover the economic exploitation then only the real motives of Britishers came into picture…
      -We can mention the name of Dadabhai Naoroji, RC Dutt etc. who pen downed the real situations of then India…Mention Dadabhai Naoroji’s theory of Poverty and Un-British Rule in India…and also bring some of its contexts….For ex – last para of first page…
      -The rest of the points are good with a beautiful conclusion…

      Overall, very good approach…nicely presented points…with good flow of ideas…
      Only some modification needed in intro…
      Keep it up…Keep writing…
      Marks awarded: 5.5/10

        1 Dec, 2018

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          Pritam Kumar
          4 Dec, 2018

          Hi Kapiushon,
          -The introduction is only explaining about the White Man’s Burden and not the topic of question…we need to explain that their claim of development and benevolent rule was a false ideology behind which they were plundering Indian resources to maintain their needs…
          -The moderates did not frame new theories rather they exposed the British exploitation through some of their publications…
          -The rest of the ideas are good…

          Overall good approach…keep writing….will improve for sure…
          Marks awarded: 4.5/10

          Bring maturity in language…avoid using colloquial language in answer…need to articulate the points and ideas…bring flow in answer…

          Refer the answer written by Shefali to have an idea of language to be used and presentation…

            Pritam Kumar
            4 Dec, 2018

            Hi Anshika,
            -Very good answer…
            -Ideas are precisely written and well presented…and covered almost all relevant points…
            WELL DONE…Keep it up…Keep writing…
            Marks awarded: 6.5/10

              6 Dec, 2018

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