5th January 2019 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

Discuss the reasons why Social Movements in India are losing potency and their impact to challenge dominant cultures is eroding? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

The office of the speaker is an exalted constitutional position. Mentioning its powers discuss how the office is important for the legitimacy of the government of the day. (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 3)

What are the major impediments and concerns of India’s economic growth rate? Analyze in the context of India’s growth forecast as done by RBI recently. Also suggest way forward. (200 W/ 12½ M)

Question 4)

Ethics Case Study: Manoj is the head of State RTO department where Sunil works as an officer in charge of clearing and approving the vehicles paper. Manoj’s friend Ankit works in a bank and notices that a portion of certain Mr. Mukesh’s pension is deposited every month into an account of one Reshma who turns out to Be Sunil’s wife. He suspects that the deposits are being made by a customer of Sunil and in return Sunil use to approve their papers. Ankit informs Manoj about the same based on his suspicion. Divulging the bank’s secret information from the bank, Ankit has commited a crime that too without having any concrete evidence. During investigation, Manoj lands on Mr. Mukesh’s home and finds that he is been hospitalized. He then turns to Sunil, upon which Sunil replies that Mr. Mukesh happens to be his father in law and the money deposited is for an Old Age Home, which his wife Reshma owns and runs. Manoj suspects that the money deposited must be of fraud that’s why is being deposited by unknown person(s). Manoj thinks of taking action based on his own investigation and mere suspicion. What should he do? Explore various options available to Manoj with suitable explanation and justification. (150 W/ 10 M)

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Kapiushon
Kapiushon
3 years ago

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Kapiushon
Kapiushon
3 years ago

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Kapiushon
Kapiushon
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  Kapiushon

Hi Kapiushon

– First part of the answer is OK.
– But the discussion in the second part is out of direction. While the first point of the legitimacy argument is decent, but the rest of the points are not necessary in the context of question. Instead you have to discuss the role of discretionary powers of speakers wrt no confidence motion and other things.
– Maintaining decorum of the house or sittings of the house has nothing to do with the legitimacy.

Marks: 5.5/15

lekha_27
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  lekha_27

Hi Lekha

– Once again, nothing wrong in the answer.
– The direction of the discussion is on the expected path and language crisp.
– The explanation is quite decent.
– Keep writing and keep it up.

Marks: 7/15

lekha_27
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  lekha_27

Hi Lekha

– All the parts are nicely covered.
– Discussion is simple yet crisp.
– Language, structure and presentation, of an otherwise lengthy issue, is quite nice.
– Overall good attempt.

Marks: 6.5/12.5

lekha_27
3 years ago
Reply to  parth verma

Hi Sir,
Thank you for the review. Are there model answers available that i can go through? If they are, please share the link with me. Thank you

Pritam Kumar
3 years ago
Reply to  lekha_27

Hi Lekha,
You can find the Model Answer by clicking on the same question itself.

lekha_27
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  lekha_27

Hi Lekha

– The way forward and conclusion are the soul of your answer.
– All the points are nicely covered and well explained.
– The coverage of the answer is comprehensive and wide.

Marks: 6/10

dhritiman das
dhritiman das
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  dhritiman das

Hi Dhritiman

– Though you tried to discuss many points but you missed some key elements of the discussion.
– You have to work on your presentation and make the answer more readable.
– Way forward is good.

Marks: 4/12.5

dhritiman das
dhritiman das
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  dhritiman das

Hi Dhritiman

– In the inro, mention some of the recent famous social movements.
– Lack of awareness, corruption, inequality in the society, short term goals, high handedness of authorities are some of the other important reasons for failing social movements.
– Way forward is out sync. Better way forward in needed like awareness, capacity building, raising equality, better reception from the authorities etc are points to be mentioned.

Marks: 3/10

Rahul
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  Rahul

Hi Rahul

– The direction of the answer is good but you have not gone deeper into the discussion.
– More explanation is needed.
– Answer started well but the main body of the answer suffered from average discussion.
– Better way forwards like awareness, capacity building, raising equality, better reception from the authorities etc are points to be mentioned.

Marks: 4/10

gk
gk
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  gk

Hi gk

– Decent attempt.
– You covered all the dimensions of the case and had proper reasoning behind each move.
– Good attempt overall.

Marks: 5/10

gk
gk
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  gk

Hi GK

– While the answer is decent, but work on your presentation.
– Highlight the sub headings and give some space after changing discussion.
– Points are good but you will lose out marks if not written in better presentation skills.

Marks: 6/12.5

gk
gk
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  gk

Hi gk

– Little lengthy intro.
– As mentioned earlier, provide some gap between changing discussins.
– Better second half of the answer is needed.
– First half (powers) discussed in good manner.
– No way forward or conclusion.

Marks: 5/15

gk
gk
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  gk

Hi GK

– Good intro.
– Good discussion in the reasons part.
– But no way way forward or conclusion once again in your answer.

Marks: 3.5/10

harsimran kaur
harsimran kaur
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  harsimran kaur

Hi Harsimran
– The first part your answer is really good and crisp.
– The second point of discussion of legitimacy of the govt is wayward. Rather than mentioning adjournment motion, you have to discuss the point that speaker is the authority to check the anti defection laws and apply it on its members. That is a big task given that the legitimacy of a government might depend on certain numbers of MLAs or MPs voting in favor or against them. In this regard, the speaker has the discretionary power.
– Rest of the answer is fine.
– Structure decent and way forward good.

Marks: 6.5/15

harsimran kaur
harsimran kaur
3 years ago
Reply to  parth verma

Point for legitimacy noted

harsimran kaur
harsimran kaur
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  harsimran kaur

Hi Harsimran

– Answer starts well.
– Better points would have made the first half of the answer quite decent. Points like short term goals, leaderless movements or weak leaders, corruption, greed are some of the reasons too.
– Good conclusion

Marks: 5.5/10

harsimran kaur
harsimran kaur
3 years ago
Reply to  parth verma

Thanks Parth,keep reviewing

dark_horse16
dark_horse16
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  dark_horse16

Ans2.

– Very Good Answer.
– You have covered almost all the necessary discussions on the question asked.
– The only improvement i would suggest in the answer is the presentation of the answer.

Marks: 7.5/15

parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  parth verma

Ans 3

– Do mention RBI’s forecast of India’s growth as it is mentioned in the question itself. Then proceed to address the rest of the answer.
– Your first part of the main body is quite good and comprehensive.
– But your second part (way forward) is weak and needs more strength (better points)
– Structure and language is good.

Marks: 5/12.5

parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  Roopak Sharma

Hi roopak

– Kindly upload your answers on the website rather than using another platform. That makes our work easier.

Ans1.
– Good first half but answer ends abruptly. There is no way forward (how to improve our social movements) and conclusion.
– Work is needed on your presentation

Marks: 3.5/10

Ans2.
– More discussion needed in the powers of speakers,
– First and second points of the legitimacy discussion is not needed and out of order.
– Better points like no confidence motion or anti defection law hearings or money bills are needed.

Marks: 5/15

Ans3.
– Do mention RBI’s forecast in the intro because its mentioned in the question itself. Make it your base of the intro and then discuss the issues with Indian economy.
– Too much focus on external factors and weak discussion in domestic reasons.
– Better way forward (more points) is needed.

Marks: 4/12.5

Ans4.

– You have covered all the aspects of the discussion.
– Nothing wrong with the answer.
– Work on your presentations though. Make your writing clearer.

Marks: 6/10

Sandeep Goyal
Sandeep Goyal
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  Sandeep Goyal

Hi Sandeep,

– Very good discussion.
– But way forward needs little bit more discussion then the one you have done.
– Structure, placement of points, language, all are good.

Marks: 5.5/10

n b
n b
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  n b

Hi n b

– Better intro is needed. It gives you a perfect cushion for your answers.
– Good answer overall.
– Lack of a good intro and conclusion is the only sore point of the answer.

Marks: 6.5/12.5

n b
n b
3 years ago

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parth verma
parth verma
3 years ago
Reply to  n b

Hi n b

– Good first half
– In the second half, you can mention his/her role in anti defection law. That will enhance your answer.
– Good conclusion.

Marks: 6/15