6th August 2019 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

ANNOUNCEMENT – There is a change in format. Students will now have to post answers on the questions page separately by clicking on the links given below. We plan to track progress for each of the GS papers and to achieve the same, this modification becomes important. Students who are unable to post answers, please email hello@civilsdaily.com. You will receive a resolution for sure. 


Question 1)

What are the major welfare schemes for elderly in India? Do you think the benefits of such schemes are reaching a wide section of the target segment? Give reasons. (250 WORDS)

Question 2)

In the light of recent findings of CAG, highlight the shortcomings in the Goods and Services Tax (GST). How can the government strengthen the weak links of the reformed system of taxation in India? Discuss (250 words)

Question 3)

“There is an effort to clean India Inc but the pendulum cannot swing from one extreme to the other. It has to be in a phased out manner.” Discuss in the light of the tragic death of a big entrepreneur. (250 words)

Question 4)

Q.4) While filling a form for driving license in RTO office, you come to know about a clause in the form where there was organ donation consent form which stated: “Organ Donation: Upon my death I am willing to donate the following – there were then a set of boxes labelled – eyes, liver, kidney, any organ and none, together with a place for her signature.” Lady at the counter explains that this form of camping has been promoted by NGOs for the larger interest for humanity, however it is voluntary and you can escape it if you are not finding it of any worth. You are not sure about giving consent. You come out of the office without filling the form. Later that evening you decided to talk to your mother. When you explained about your anxiety, your mother replied that you should follow your heart in the matter of organ donation. Answer the following questions based on the above case study: (a) From a utilitarian perspective, should you agree to donate her organs? Provide an analysis. (b) From a Kantian perspective, would refusing to donate one’s organ violate a moral duty?

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