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1st September 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 2nd September-

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

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

Question 1)

Gigantic, strong and affluent buildings of Mughals were nothing but one of the means to get the legitimacy in India. Analyse. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

With citizen’s interest at core, the National Digital Health Mission aims to transform India’s health delivery landscape. In light of this, elaborate on the various principle it is based on and its building blocks. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

What are the issues with the World Bank’s ‘Ease of Doing Business’ Index? What are the reasons for World Bank halting its publication and why should India be concerned about it? 10 marks

 

Question 4)  

Why do ordinary people show negative attitude towards transgender? Examine the reasons and suggest remedies to change their attitude. 10 marks

 

 

 

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27th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 1st September-

GS-1 Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. 

GS-4 Attitude

Question 1)

Akbar was a great social reformer and these social reforms helped him to get the legitimacy from the Indian masses. Comment. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Recruitment reform in the form of National Recruitment Agency is a radical step that would greatly enhance ease of living for the youth. Discuss. 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

Technology changes augur well for the peaceful use of outer space but there are certain challenges in achieving the potential. What are such challenges at national and international level? 10 Marks

 

Question 4)  

You are posted as a District Collector in one of the districts in India. It has been brought to your notice that a structure has been built by few members of a religious community on the public land without getting due permissions. In keeping with the guidelines of the Supreme Court of India, disallowing the construction of any permanent religious structures on public land, you are contemplating its removal. However, the leaders of the community in question have requested you to permit the structure saying that it is for the period of month long religious festival only. Moreover they say that there is no other religious place nearby where community members can celebrate their festival. Your seniors and the political leader of the area also support their views. However you are skeptical that after the festival is over, it may not be easy to remove the religious structure from the public land due to the involvement of community members at large. (1) Perform an objective and subjective analysis of the case. (2) What will you do in such a situation? 10 marks

 

 

 

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26th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 27th August-

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)

“The answers to the questions of present are hidden in the experiences of the past”, in this context discuss the impacts of coronavirus pandemic in comparison to the great depression of 1929. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Covid pandemic has underscored the need for universal health coverage in India. What are the obstacles India faces in implementing universal health coverage? Suggest the measures to achieve it. 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

What are the constraints manufacturing sector faces in India? Suggest the ways to deal with these constraints? What role States can play in increasing manufacturing in India? 10 marks

 

Question 4)  

Police stations are more a demo of power center than service center. After getting into civil services, suppose you become Police head of a district. Analyze the steps which you will take to improve the image of the police service. 10 Marks

 

 

 

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25th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 26th August-

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 Case studies

Question 1)

Role of women was marginal to the Indian national movement as it miscarried to develop right articulation of their social discrimination. Critically examine. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

 

 

 

Question 3)

Elaborate on how the introduction of GST has benefited the various stakeholders. Also, examine how the flexibility adopted in its applicability contributed in creating the signal market throughout the country. 10 marks

Question 4)  

You are a Public Information Officer (PIO) in a government department. You are aware that the RTI Act 2005 envisages transparency and accountability in administration. The act has functioned as a check on the supposedly arbitrarily administrative behaviour and actions. However, as a PIO you have observed that there are citizens who filed RTI applications not for themselves but on behalf of such stakeholders who purportedly want to have access to information to further their own interests. At the same time there are these RTI activists who routinely file RTI applications and attempt to extort money from the decision makers. This type of RTI activism has affected the functioning of the administration adversely and also possibly jeopardises the genuineness of the applications which are essentially aimed at getting justice. What measures would you suggest to separate genuine and non-genuine applications? Give merits and demerits of your suggestions. 10 marks

 

 

 

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24th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 25th August-

GS-1 Indian National Movement

GS-4 Case studies

Question 1)

India traditional theatre forms incorporate common man’s interest as well as regional, local and folk coloring derived from classical elements. Analyse with examples. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

What introduces frictions in India-Nepal relations is Nepal’s newfound aspirations and India’s reluctance in acknowledging it. Comment. 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

Elaborate on how the introduction of GST has benefited the various stakeholders. Also, examine how the flexibility adopted in its applicability contributed in creating the signal market throughout the country. 10 marks

Question 4)  

You are a Public Information Officer (PIO) in a government department. You are aware that the RTI Act 2005 envisages transparency and accountability in administration. The act has functioned as a check on the supposedly arbitrarily administrative behaviour and actions. However, as a PIO you have observed that there are citizens who filed RTI applications not for themselves but on behalf of such stakeholders who purportedly want to have access to information to further their own interests. At the same time there are these RTI activists who routinely file RTI applications and attempt to extort money from the decision makers. This type of RTI activism has affected the functioning of the administration adversely and also possibly jeopardises the genuineness of the applications which are essentially aimed at getting justice. What measures would you suggest to separate genuine and non-genuine applications? Give merits and demerits of your suggestions. 10 marks

 

 

 

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21st August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 24th August-

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

GS-4 Case studies

Question 1)

What is a complex volcano? Discuss the salient features with suitable illustrations. 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the implications of the recent judgement of the Supreme Court granting coparcenary rights under the Hindu Succession Act 1956? Also examine the issues and challenges due to the judgement. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

India’s tax-to-GDP ratio is one of the lowest when compared with OECD countries. What are the implications of it? Also, examine the factors responsible for such a low ratio. And suggest the measures to improve it. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Discuss the skills that are required to become emotionally intelligent while highlighting the advantages of developing emotional intelligence for administration. 10 marks

 

 

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20th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 21st August-

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 Emotional intelligence concepts.

Question 1)

What do you understand by ice-albedo feedback? And how can it be related to climate change? Discuss. 10 marks

Question 2)

Examine how India’s Constitution supported the people’s ‘right to know’ as interpreted by the judiciary. Also, elaborate on the important role it plays in the administration of the country. 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

RBI’s functions at the current juncture suffer from contradictions in its functions. Examine such contradictions in its role and suggest ways to avoid such contradictions. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What is bureaucratic apathy? How does it pose challenge on the bureaucracy in general? Explain. 10 marks

 

 

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19th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 20th August-

GS-1 Important Geophysical phenomena such as Earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, Cyclone, etc

GS-4 Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service, integrity, impartiality and non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service, empathy, tolerance and compassion towards the weaker sections.

Question 1)

Discuss the prospects and problems of Aluminum industry in India in the current times. 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the threats to the sovereignty of Arab countries due to geopolitical orientation? What role India can play to safeguarding it? 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

What are the factors affecting the affordability of electricity to all? Suggest the measures to make it affordable. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Why do ordinary people show negative attitude towards transgender? Examine the reasons and suggest remedies to change their attitude. 10 marks

 

 

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18th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 19th August-

GS-1 Factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries.

GS-4 Attitude

Question 1)

What aspects are responsible for the origin and modification of ocean currents? Explain with examples how they affect the climate of surrounding regions. 10 marks

Question 2)

What were the principles laid down in the Government of NCT of Delhi vs. Union of India to avoid the conflict between Lt. Governor and the Delhi Government? Also examine the scope of referring any matter to the consideration of the President by the Lt. Governor. 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

“Examine how covid induced economic recession is different from the past recessions in India. What are the options with the government to deal with the situation?” 10 marks

Question 4)  

Discuss schooling as an important agent of systematic learning and inculcator of moral values for a child. 10 marks

 

 

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17th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 18th August-

GS-1 Distribution of key natural resources across the world.

GS-4 Human Values

Question 1)

Explain the mechanism of the monsoon rains in India. Discuss in detail its effect and significance on the economy. 10 marks

Question 2)

Analyse the salience of India-Sri Lanka relations as neighbours. Also examine how domestic politics in both the countries influence bilateral relation. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

Creating post-harvest physical infrastructure is as important as the changes in the legal framework. In light of this, highlight the importance of recently announced Agriculture Investment Fund and suggest the majors to increase the price realisation of agri products by farmers. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What is environmental ethics? What are the various issues involved in environmental ethics? 10 marks

 

 

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Eye-Opener Coming Up! Catch the First Basic Economic Prelims Test (16th August) to Re-imagine How You Look At UPSC Prelims

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What was it that initially made Great Britain bleed but subsequently helped it to secure a smashing victory in the second world war? Enigma it was. Alan Turing built the “Turing Machine” that helped decrypt the seemingly unbreakable German Code. Then something very astonishing followed. Great Britain exploited the loopholes of the Enigma itself and the Germans lost without having the slightest hint of Enigma being compromised.

For a UPSC Aspirant, isn’t the “unpredictable” paper setting pattern of UPSC a modern-day Enigma? But what if there was a “Turing Machine” that could break into this “Unbreakable” code of UPSC? For your amusement, there is one.

Talking about UPSC Civil Services Prelims, mock test series has become a Categorical Imperative. But which one truly breaks the “UPSC Enigma”? How about one made by Frontline Warriors themselves (Veteran Aspirants) who have successfully cleared prelims five or six times consecutively? Isn’t the collective wisdom of these “Alan Turings” the closest version of a “UPSC Turing Machine”?

Now, let us speak about the test in question. It’s the sixth test of the newly launched Prelims Test Series for 2021 by CivilsDaily. It’s a Basic Economics Test. Let’s see how it is the first step towards breaking the “UPSC Enigma”:

  1. CD Special Questions:

These questions are special due to their;

  • Mind-Twisting Nature (Deceptive questions that fool you exactly as UPSC does in the real exam)
  • Exclusiveness (These Perspectives / Themes are only available in CD tests). 

Have a look –

Q1)With reference to Tax Buoyancy, consider the following statements:

1.It is a measure of the responsiveness of the tax receipts with respect to GDP.

2.A tax is said to be buoyant if the tax revenues decreases more than proportionately in response to a rise in national income or output.

3.Tax Buoyancy is also known as bracket creep.

Which of the statements mentioned above is/are correct?

  • 1 only
  • 2 and 3 only
  • 1 and 3 only
  • 1, 2 and 3

Try guessing the right answer to this seemingly simple yet tricky question.

2. Tikdams:

These are Logical Solving Techniques that help you attempt questions despite having little or no idea about the question. It’s almost like getting a master key to the prelims paper. Have a look –

Q2) With reference to Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT), consider the following statements:

1. It was effectively introduced in India by the Finance Act of 1987

2. It’s aim is to bring Zero Tax Companies into tax realm.

3. It only applies to private companies and not to public companies.

Which of the statements mentioned above is/are correct?

  • 1 and 2 only
  • 2 and 3 only
  • 1 and 3 only
  • 1, 2 and 3

The test explains this basic question by using a Technique we call “Extreme Exaggeration” (assuming you don’t know the correct answer).

3. Evidence-Based Question Framing:

To keep close to the real demand of the exam. Have a look –

3)With reference to WTO, consider the following statements regarding Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights(TRIPS):

1.TRIPS was concluded during Uruguay Round.of WTO negotiations.

2. Prior to the TRIPS, IPR concerning the trade were governed by the Paris Convention of 1863.

Which of the statements mentioned above is/are correct?

  • 1 only
  • 2 only
  • Both 1 and 2
  • Neither 1 nor 2

4) Consider the following statements regarding the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Gross Value Added (GVA):

1.GDP represents the sum total of Gross Value added in all sectors without adjusting for taxes and subsidies by the government.

2. While the GDP is estimated by the Central Statistical Office (CSO), GVA is estimated by the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).

3. GVA data helps in tracking the growth of a particular sector in the economy.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

  • 1 and 2 only
  • 1 only
  • 3 only
  • 1 and 3 only

Now, UPSC has asked multiple questions on the basic economic functioning of the economy. You can’t afford to err on a probable question that may be asked on similar lines.

4. Is the test really BASIC?

Framing random questions irrespective of the difficulty level of the tests is like serving the same wine in different bottles. Have a look –

4) Which of the following can be considered as an intermediate goods?

1. Sugar used for making sweets in sweets shop.

2. Refrigerator and milk used by ice cream shop owner.

3. Steel used in production of cars.

Select the correct statements using the code given below:

  • 1 only
  • 2 and 3 only
  • 1 and 3 only
  • 1, 2 and 3

The motive to incorporate such questions in the basic test is to garner a general idea of the topics before you as an aspirant are mentally ready to face the advanced tests.

5. Conceptual vs Factual Categorisation:

It lets you realise your comparative strength in different types of questions. Have a look –

Q3. Which of the following statements is NOT correct with reference to Floating Exchange Rate?

  • The exchange rate is determined by the forces of demand and supply.
  • The government never intervenes and allows the market to function and determine the true value of exchange rate.
  • The exchange rate reflects the true value of the domestic currency
  • The foreign investors avoid investing in such countries

This is a basic Conceptual question. If you get this wrong, you need to rework the concepts of Monetary Dynamics which is an important aspect of Economy Syllabus.

So come be a part of our “UPSC Enigma” Breaking Endeavour. Like Great Britain, we shall emerge VICTORIOUS.

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14th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 17th August-

GS-1 Salient features of the world’s physical geography.

GS-4 Environmental ethics

Question 1)

The gender gap in the STEM sector has been snowballing in the past few decades. Critically examine the reasons behind such trend spatially and temporally. 10 marks

Question 2)

How the proposed National Digital Health Mission could transform health system in India? What are the concerns with it? 10 marks

 

Question 3)

Innovations in data collection and reporting holds potential in many fields. Discuss various challenges with respect to data collection in India. Suggest short and long term solutions. 10 marks

Question 4)  

In one of the districts of a frontier state, narcotics menace has been rampant. This has resulted in money laundering, mushrooming of poppy farming, arms smuggling and near stalling of education. The system is on the verge of collapse. The situation has been further worsened by unconfirmed reports that local politicians as well as some senior police officers are providing surreptitious patronage to the drug mafia. At that point of time a woman police officer, known for her skills in handling such situations is appointed as superintendent of police to bring the situation to normalcy. If you are the same police officer, identify the various dimensions of the crisis. Based on your understanding, suggest measures to deal with the crisis. 10 marks

 

 

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13th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 14th August-

GS-1 Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism and secularism

GS-4 Case Studies

Question 1) 

Chola bronze sculptures had set a new benchmark in the history of art and metallurgy”. Elucidate. 10 marks

Question 2)

Examine the role of the Supreme Court as the guardian of the Constitution with reference to the provisions in the Constitution. What are the challenges judiciary faces? 10 marks

 

Question 3)

How helpful the PMFBY has been to the farmers in fending off the risks? Assess the success of PMFBY and reasons for changes made in it by the roll-out of PMFBY 2.0. 10 marks

Question 4)  

“A man can live and be healthy without killing animals for food and on the contrary if he eats meat, he participates in killing animal merely for the sake of his appetite and to act so is immoral.” Do you agree with this view? Critically examine. 10 marks

 

 

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12th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 13th August-

GS-1 Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. 

GS-4 Case Studies

Question 1) 

India has witnessed a rapid degradation of its wetlands in recent times, Discuss the causes and explain in what way they will lead to water, food and climate insecurity in the country? Suggest solutions to address the issue. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

What are the features of constitutional secularism adopted by India? How the party politics in India poses a threat to the idea of constitutional secularism? 10 marks

 

Question 3)

Examine the implications of India’s growing dependence on indirect tax revenue? Suggest the measures to reduce such dependence. 10 marks

Question 4)  

You are stuck in traffic driving a car. A poor girl looking very frail approaches you and start begging for money. Looking at her frail appearance, out of compassion, you take out your wallet to search for a ten rupees note. The girl then snatches your wallet and starts running. A man on a motorbike who see this act, catches the girl and starts beating her in full view of public. Now the traffic is moving and your car is in the middle of the road. What will you do in such a situation ? And why ? 10 marks

 

 

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11th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 12th August-

GS-1 Urbanization, their problems, and their remedies.

GS-4 Case Studies

Question 1) 

Can villages be a big part of the new growth story of India? Analyse in the context of ongoing pandemic situation. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Though many neighbouring countries share India’s concern towards China, their approach in dealing with China differs from India’s approach. In light of this examine the challenges India faces in maintaining its relations with its neighbourhood and the extended neighbourhood. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

What is precision farming? What are its benefits? Also, examine the challenges in its application in India. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Police stations are more a demo of power center than service center. After getting into civil services, suppose you become Police head of a district. Analyze the steps which you will take to improve the image of the police service. 10 marks

 

 

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10th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 11th August-

GS-1 Population and associated issues, poverty, and developmental issues.

GS-4 Case Studies

Question 1) 

The culture of permissiveness with respect to violence against women continues to be the root cause for the Indian society to have a “Locker Room At every Home”, critically analyse the statement. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Examine the provision related to contempt of court in the Indian Constitution. Discuss the purpose and relevance of the contempt provision in today’s context. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

India’s growth story is scripted by demand which has been tapering off. The new source of demand could be those at the bottom of the income structure. Suggest the strategies to increase the income of this group which could then translate into demand. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Your husband is watching a news report on rape along with your 8 year old daughter. The report is airing graphic pictures of rape and murder scenes. Your father-in-law who is also watching the report comments that your daughter is not safe on the streets and she should be taught how to dress from now itself so that she would be safe when she grows up. Your husband concurs. In the same hall you are helping your son with his homework while listening to all the conversations happening in the hall. In between your son, who is 12 year old, keeps asking you about what rape is, who commits it and why every news channel is talking about only this issue etc. You are focusing only on his homework and not reacting to anything. Identify the various issues in the case study and give your opinion on them. 10 marks

 

 

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7th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 10th August-

GS-1 Role of women and women’s organization

GS-4 Case Studies

Question 1) 

Comment upon the need for closing the gender gap in science in the country. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Examine the factors that are responsible for inadequate progress in the research and development(R&D) in India. Also elaborate the importance of post-academic research in advancement of the country in research. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

The financial disruption caused by the pandemic has been leading to several concessions from the banks. But what we need is patiently balancing financial inclusion and stability. In light of this examine the balance between lenders and borrowers? Suggest the strategy to do so. 10 marks

Question 4)  

“Non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as it is to cooperate with the good”, explain in the context of civil services. 10 marks

 

 

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6th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 7th August-

GS-1 Indian Society and Diversity of India

GS-4 Utilization of public funds, challenges of corruption

Question 1) 

How does India Socialism contrast with Socialism embraced by the Communist countries? Discuss the idea of Democratic socialism. 10 marks

Question 2)

Elucidate the India Constitution’s approach towards secularism, and how it is different from the idea of secularism in the West. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

Despite its huge potential, nuclear energy has not been adopted as a solution to the energy problem. Examine the advantages and issues with the adoption of nuclear energy in India. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What do you understand by “lateral entry”? Elucidate upon the merits and challenges associated with it.10 marks

 

 

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5th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 6th August-

GS-1 Political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism, etc.- their forms and effect on the society

GS-4 Concept of public service; Philosophical basis of governance and probity.

Question 1) 

Discuss the causes of Russian revolution in comparison with French revolution. 10 marks

Question 2)

Finance Commission plays a crucial role in the federal structure of the country. Describe the procedure of its constitution and elucidate its functions. 10 marks

 

 

Question 3)

Examine the significance of the railways for India. Also, analyse the impact of the recent decision of the Indian Railways towards the privatisation. 10 marks

Question 4)  

The Citizens’ Charter is an ideal instrument of organizational transparency and accountability, but it has its own limitations. Identify the limitations and suggest measures for greater effectiveness of the Citizens’ Charter. 10 marks

 

 

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4th August 2020| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 5th August-

GS-1 History of the world including events from the 18th century

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

Question 1) 

Discuss the contributions of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar in bringing rights of dalit and marginalized community in the country. 10 marks

Question 2)

Advocating forward-thinking and cogent reform, New Education Policy(NEP) 2020 is an amalgamation of need-based policy, cutting-edge research and best practices, paving the way for New India. Comment. 10 marks

 

Question 3)

The slowdown in economic activity is both a function of external factors such as the lockdown and behavioural changes of people and enterprises, driven by fear. The foundation for reviving our economy is to inject confidence back in the entire ecosystem. Comment. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What are the recommendations of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission on widening the definition of corruption? Explain its basis briefly. 10 marks

 

 

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