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22nd January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 25th January

GS-1  Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities, issues. 

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Discuss the key features and significance of folk dance of North Eastern India. 10 marks

Question 2)

With a view to the contentious issue of delay in the carrying out the death penalty, do you think that India should abolish the death penalty? Give reasons in support of your argument. 10 marks

Question 3)

Digital corporations can operate in a market without a physical presence. The current basis for taxing in a particular jurisdiction is a notion of a fixed place of business. In light of this, examine the challenges in taxing the digital companies and how India is dealing with such a challenge? 10 marks

Question 4)  

Explain tolerance and compassion in Indian context. How effectively can tolerance and compassion be used by the respective authority in the process of decision making in public administration? 10 marks

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21st January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 22nd January

GS-1  Salient aspects of art forms, literature and
Architecture from ancient to modern times. 

GS-4 Human Values – lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators; role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values. 

Question 1)

Examine the biological significance of soil and give a bio-climatic classification of the soils found on the surface of the earth. 10 marks

Question 2)

It is only when the people value and protect the freedom of expression and celebrate the culture of dissent democracy flourishes. Comment. 10 marks

Question 3)

What is deepfakes and the treats posed by it? Also mention the ways to deal with the threats associated with it. 10 marks

Question 4)  

The term ‘governance’, ‘good governance’ and ‘ethical governance’ though appear alike, mean different in our society. In this context, compare and contrast these terms in the light of governance structure in India. 10 marks

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20th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 21st January

GS-1  Distribution of key natural resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent).

GS-4 Work culture, Quality of service delivery, Utilization of public funds, challenges of corruption.

Question 1)

Discuss the starring role and influences of Basavanna as a social reformer. 10 marks

Question 2)

India-Nepal ties are in a new transition after a brief interregnum in ties owing to some issues. In light of this, examine the issues that affect the relationship between the two countries and progress made on the various new initiatives. 10 marks

Question 3)

What is Bad Bank? What are the challenges it could face in the Indian context? 10 marks

Question 4)  

“Good governance and anti-corruption measures as central to its poverty alleviation mission.” Discuss. 10 marks

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19th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 20th January

GS-1  Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and world. 

GS-4 Distribution of key natural resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent)

Question 1)

Examine the ideas and ideology of Jyotiba Phule. Can he be termed a radical? 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the issues with giving consent to online privacy policies? Suggest the measures to give users greater control over their digital destinies. 10 marks

Question 3)

What explains the apparent paradox in the India economy with evident divergence in its booming financial sector and subdued economy. What are the risks involved in such situations? Suggest the measures to deal with such situations. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What do you understand by impartiality? why is it one of the most important value for civil servants? Discuss with relevant examples. 10 marks

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18th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 19th January

GS-1 Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities, issues. 

GS-4 Aptitude

Question 1)

“The American revolution was essentially an economic revolt against American capitalism and British Mercantilism”. Critically examine. 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the factors responsible for the friction in India-Nepal ties? What approach should India adopt towards Nepal to sort out the issues between the two countries? 10 marks

Question 3)

India needs an optimal agri-food policy to counter the challenges it faces in providing nutrition and sustaining agriculture with concern for the environment. In light of this, mention the challenges and suggest the policy measures to deal with agri-food challenges. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Should civil servants merely follow the orders of superiors without questioning them? Present your opinion with suitable justification. 10 marks

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15th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 18th January

GS-1 History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawal of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization. 

GS-4 Attitude.

Question 1)

In what ways did the naval mutiny prove to be the last nail in the coffin of British colonial aspirations in India? Elucidate. 10 marks

Question 2)

Do you agree with the view that the Supreme Court’s order putting on hold the farm bill sets a new constitutional precedent? Give reasons in support of your argument. 10 marks

Question 3)

What is Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM) in infrastructure development? What are the risks associated with the HAM model. 10 marks

Question 4)  

India’s democracy, as envisaged by the makers of the constitution, thrived essentially because of the respect of the leaders for the ethical constitutionalism and moral activism of the grassroots activists. Do you agree? Comment. 10 marks

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14th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 15th January

GS-1 The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country. 

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

What is a ‘city system’? Explain how and why reforming municipal bodies is crucial to reforming city systems. 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the challenges in the implementation of the covid vaccination policy? Suggest the measures for the success of the vaccination policy. 10 marks

Question 3)

What are the advantages and risks associated with the cryptocurrencies? Suggest the measures by the central bank for the regulation of the cryptocurrencies. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Discuss why people continuously try to make life safe and secure? Does this endeavor make them selfish and force them for wrongful conduct? Present your opinion. 10 marks

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13th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 14th January

GS-1 Urbanization and its remedies.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Post- Independence, integration and unification of India demonstrated to be a long process plagued with challenges. In this context, examine the early challenges that India faced as a newly independent country. 10 marks

Question 2)

The changing geopolitical circumstances pose many challenges to India’s foreign policy. Examine such emerging challenges. Also suggest the ways to deal with such challenges. 10 marks

Question 3)

India’s progression to the electric vehicle has the potential to transform its energy landscape. However, to achieve such progression India needs to develop domestic battery manufacturing capacity. In light of this, examine the challenges in the development of domestic battery manufacturing capacity. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Multisport mega-events like Commonwealth Games are arranged by governments of a nation. It involves huge sums of money, numerous public-private contracts and enormous public procurement. What are the possible ethical issues that may arise and how can we prevent corruption by government servants in these scenarios? 10 marks

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12th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 13th January

GS-1 Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Mental health is one of the most neglected social issues in India. Comment. 10 marks

Question 2)

India has to manage dynamic interaction between its domestic policies and that of its neighbours. In light of this, examine how domestic compulsions in India influence its foreign policy imperatives. 10 marks

Question 3)

What are the challenges the RBI could face in withdrawing the expansionary policy measures announced in response to the economic disruption caused by pandemic. 10 marks

Question 4)  

A judge of the Supreme Court has been part of a judgment. Now the matter has been referred to a five judge bench in which she is also a member. The judge is known for her honesty and integrity. But there is immense pressure on her to recuse herself as her presence brings potential conflict of interest. But she refuses to do so. In your view, what should be the most appropriate conduct in this situation? Give adequate reasons for the justification of your view. 10 marks

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11th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 12th January

GS-1 Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India. 

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Discuss in what way trade monopoly of East India Company was weakened by different Charter Acts passed by the British Parliament. 10 marks

Question 2)

No country has progressed without investing in the social sector. In the post-pandemic world, India needs to chart the plan to invest more in the sector. In light of this, examine the challenges in the social sector and suggest the ways to deal with them. 10 marks

Question 3)

What are the various factors that played role in increasing the financial inclusion in India. Also, examine the various role Payment Banks could play in furthering the goal of financial inclusion and what are the issues faced by Payment Banks. 10 marks

Question 4)  

In recent months, there have been multiple incidents of COVID deaths in the government hospitals due to the lack of ICU availability and ventilators. Despite the existence of laws, rules and vigilance mechanisms why do such tragedies occur? Analyse and suggest remedies for improving the probity in hospital administration. 10 marks

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8th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 11th January

GS-1 Indian National Movement.

GS-4 Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct and Citizen’s Charters.

Question 1)

Analyse in what way redefining urban areas can have far-reaching impact on ease of living and economic development of the people in the country. 10 marks

Question 2)

Various states have been responding to sexual violence by harsher punitive measures. Tackling the problem of sexual violence need more than harsher punishments. In light of this, examine the issues with depending on the punitive measures and suggest the ways to deal with the problem. 10 marks

Question 3)

Of late, the Indian Navy has been on the drive to increase maritime domain awareness in the Indian Ocean. This could help India in generating cooperative synergies in the neighbourhood and beyond while detecting the movement of hostile elements. 10 marks

Question 4)  

“Good governance and anti-corruption measures as central to its poverty alleviation mission.” Discuss. 10 marks

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7th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 8th January

GS-1 Urbanization and its remedies.

GS-4 Probity in Governance.

Question 1)

Discuss in what way trade monopoly of East India Company was weakened by different Charter Acts passed by the British Parliament. 10 marks

Question 2)

India and the U.K. have a shared past and they have an opportunity to chart a different shard future. In light of this, examine how both countries could enhance the level of cooperation in various areas against the backdrop of changing geopolitical realities. 10 marks

Question 3)

Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 provides an opportunity for India to forge an agenda that will act as a standard-setter in national data protection legislation. Examine various provision in the Bill for the protection of privacy of an individual and also discuss the issues with certain provisions of the Bill. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Ethics in professional life is the function of ethics in personal life. Do you agree? Analyse. 10 marks

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6th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 7th January

GS-1 Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities, issues. 

GS-4 Ethics and Human Interface.

Question 1)

Describe the concept of Role and Role Conflict. Discuss the nature and extent of role conflict among working women in India. 10 marks

Question 2)

As India looks for a productive tenure at the UNSC, five objectives present themselves. Examine the objectives that India should pursue to achieve in its stint as the UNSC member. 10 marks

Question 3)

What India needs is low-input, high-output agriculture. This cannot be achieved without science and technology. In light of this, explore the areas in which India needs to focus on to exploit the technology to make its agriculture productive. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Discuss Kautilya’s philosophical basis of governance. 10 marks

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5th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 6th January

GS-1 Role of women and women’s organization.

GS-4 Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and world. 

Question 1)

Elucidate the main aspects of the policy of Dhamma as propounded by Ashoka and to what extent are they relevant to present-day India. 10 marks

Question 2)

Changing geopolitical realities will change the U.S.’s approach to India which offers both the countries an opportunity for cooperation in dealing with common concerns and furthering their trade and strategic ties. Comment. 10 marks

Question 3)

What is the significance of disclosure about the use of patent by licensee/patentee in India. How changes in rules about the disclosure could affect compulsory licensing regime in India? 10 marks

Question 4)  

What do you understand by Aptitude? How is it different from Intelligence? Explain. 10 marks

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4th January 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 5th January

GS-1 Salient aspects of Art and Culture.

GS-4 Aptitude.

Question 1)

Discuss the contributions of social reformers of 19th century in the making of modern India. 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the challenges in the regulation of higher education in the country? How National Education Policy 2020 seeks to deal with the issue? 10 marks

Question 3)

Examine the implications of creation of Theatre Commands. What are the challenges in its creation. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What factors affect the formation of a person’s attitude towards social problems? In our society, contrasting attitudes are prevalent in many social problems. What contrasting attitudes do you notice about the caste system in our society? How do you explain the existence of these contrasting attitudes. 10 marks

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25th December 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 1st January

GS-1 Indian National Movement 

GS-4 Attitude.

Question 1)

Write a note on Kailasanatha Temple and Dashavatar Cave architecture of Rashtrakutas. 10 marks

Question 2)

If the proposed legislation has far-reaching consequences, it is better to refer it to the Select Committee for consideration. Farmers opposition to the farm laws underlines this fact. In light of this, delineate the importance of following parliamentary procedure for the passage of legislation and suggest the ways to deal with the situations in which there is opposition to such legislation. 10 marks

Question 3)

For India to claim its rightful position in the new world order, it is imperative that the vision of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ is globally integrated to harness the opportunities created by the emerging shifts. Suggest the strategic priorities for India to harness the opportunities. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Suppose you are an officer in charge of implementing a social service scheme to provide support to old and destitute women. An old and illiterate woman comes to you to avail the benefits of the scheme. However, she has no documents to show that she fulfils the eligibility criteria. But after meeting her and listening to her you feel that she certainly needs support. Your enquiries also show that she is really destitute and living in a pitiable condition. You are in a dilemma as to what to do. Putting her under the scheme without necessary documents would clearly be violation of rules. But denying her the support would be cruel and inhuman. (2016) (a) Can you think of a rational way to resolve this dilemma? (b) Give your reasons for it. 10 marks

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24th December 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 25th December

GS-1 The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and
important contributors /contributions from different parts of the
country.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Discuss in what way trade monopoly of East India Company was weakened by different Charter Acts passed by the British Parliament. 10 marks

Question 2)

The world is at an inflexion point where geopolitics has been transformed and power equations are being altered. In this context, India’s instinctive preference should be for a multipolar order as the best assurance of its security and as most conducive to its own social and economic development. Comment. 10 marks

Question 3)

Assess the steps taken by India to meets its climate commitments made under the Paris Agreement? What are the challenges India faces in fulfiling its commitments. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Once Ravi goes to market with his mother for celebratory shopping. There he finds that most of the shopkeepers have employed children as attendants and are being treated harshly. Ravi gets very touched by seeing all this and argues with one of the shopkeepers on this issue. His mother tells him to stop and explains that the shopkeeper will remove the child and child may have no earning source for family. (250 words) (a) What should Ravi do in consonance with moral quality in this situation? (b) Discuss limitations of various possible actions that Ravi is supposed to take. 10 marks

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23rd December 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 24th December

GS-1 Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

What caused the rise of the Sufi movement in India? Discuss its spread and expansion in the country. 10 marks

Question 2)

A strong coalition with the European middle powers should be the indispensable element of India’s foreign policy in the face of changing geopolitical circumstances. Comment. 10 marks

Question 3)

What are the challenges in providing the Minimum Support Price legal backing? Also, discuss its impact on grain handling under the PDS. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Aryaman is a brilliant Science Teacher in a private English medium school in Lucknow and gets yearly package of Rs.4 lakhs. Another school at Ghaziabad offers him package of Rs.4.5 lakhs. Aryaman makes a verbal commitment to the Ghaziabad school principle, “Sure,l’ll join your school from next month.” But when Aryaman submits his resignation to Lucknow school, its Principle Mr. Raj requests him to stay and offers new package of Rs.3.8 lakhs. Should Aryaman take back his resignation? yes/no/why? Explain. 10 marks

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22nd December 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 23rd December

GS-1 Indian culture covering the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature, and Architecture.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Discuss in what way Climate change is disrupting the water cycle on Earth and thus has made water- a public resource more crucial. 10 marks

Question 2)

The combination of the private sector in health and the social insurance model has its own limits in catering to the public health in India. What we need is a robust public healthcare system in India. In light of this, discuss the challenges with the insurance model and suggest the ways to deal with it. 10 marks

Question 3)

Examine the factors determining the realisation of revenue from the auction of radio spectrum. Suggest the measures to ensure the success of the spectrum auction. 10 marks

Question 4)  

A building permitted for three floors, while being extended illegally to 6 floors by a builder, collapses. As a consequence, a number of innocent labourers including women and children died. These laborers are migrants of different places. The government immediately announced cash relief to the aggrieved families and arrested the builder. Give reasons for such incidents taking place across the country. Suggest measures to prevent their occurrence. 10 marks

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21st December 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 22nd December

GS-1 Changes in critical geographical features (including water-bodies and ice-caps) and in flora and fauna and the effects of such changes.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

“Efforts to address child marriage in India should be in consonance with the socioeconomic realities that demand investment in education, welfare, and opportunities for women.” Elaborate. 10 marks

Question 2)

“Efforts to address child marriage in India should be in consonance with the socioeconomic realities that demand investment in education, welfare, and opportunities for women.” Elaborate. 10 marks

Question 3)

Growth must not only be consumption-driven but also investment driven. It is the latter which in a developing economy can sustain growth over a long period. In light of this, suggest the policy imperatives that India should follow to make good of the decline in 2020-2021. 10 marks

Question 4)  

You are a civil servant posted in a state where elections were recently held. The newly elected Chief Minister had promised to ban alcohol in several of his election campaigns as well as his election manifesto, which was widely praised and supported by women of the state. Fulfilling his electoral promise, the Chief Minister has ordered a blanket ban on the sale of alcohol in the state. Following the ban, concerns have been raised about the feasibility of the ban and whether the government should interfere in what is considered by many to be a matter of personal choice. (a) Who are the stakeholders in this case and how are they affected by the ban? (b) Is blanket ban on alcohol a feasible action? (c) Identify the issues that may arise while enforcing the ban and the steps you will take to handle them, as a civil servant. 10 marks

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