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25th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

GS-1          Role of women and women’s organization

GS-2        Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation.

GS-3         Indian Economy

GS-4        Emotional intelligence-concepts, and their utilities and application in administration and governance.

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Though various women organisations have played a key role in promoting entrepreneurship among women, there continue to exist obstacles that impede women entrepreneurship. Discuss in the context of India. (10 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 Technically, a subsidy is the unrecovered cost of any service (or good) provided by the government. What are the purposes served by the subsidies and what are the issues with it? Suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 What are the issues with the use of monetary policy instruments to deal with the food-prices-driven inflation? Suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 “A well-developed Emotional intelligence is not only an instrumental tool in accomplishing goals, but has a dark side as a weapon for manipulating others by robbing them of their capacity to reason.” Analyse. (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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Perseverance is rewarded. Make improvement, not excuses – Abhijit Ray, AIR 50, UPSC 2021 | CD mentorship and Samachar Manthan Student | Get his notes and mentorship call

“We must never forget the lonely non-glamorous long hard work behind success”. It’s not a success story of ‘Proving’. It’s a story of ‘Improving’.


Abhijit Ray was one of the mentorship and Samachar Manthan students under Sajal sir. After losing the first 3 attempts, he strongly realized that it’s a foolish act to overestimate yourself and think that even a non-serious effort will take you through. There is a thin line between confidence and arrogance

Current affairs are indispensable for every stage of the UPSC exam. Understanding the importance of current affairs is just one part of the UPSC puzzle. To solve the whole puzzle, there is no substitute for Samachar Manthan.


About Abhijit- His UPSC journey + Hobbies

NameAbhijit Ray
UPSC2021
RankAIR 50
No. of Attempts4
Attempt in 2018couldn’t clear Prelims
2019failed prelims again
2020couldn’t clear Mains
2021AIR-50. Get on the Final Merit list.
Optional SubjectAnthropology (in all the attempts)
HobbyComposing Poem & recreational cycling

Before getting to Samachar Manthan under Sajal Sir in 2021. He had been facing failure consistently. He said that he couldn’t figure out the necessary things which are highly required to work on.

He came to know about Sajal Sir’s Samachar Manthan. As soon as he heard, he connected with Sajal Sir and joined without losing any more seconds.

👉Samachar Manthan Mentorship Call



In 2020, after joining SM, he received the remedial current affairs studies he had been looking for for 3 years. He attributed his success to the remedial advice of Sajal Sir under Samachar Manthan.

  • CD’s team led by Sajal sir and Sudhanshu sir is there to provide handholding support all through your UPSC journey. Increased interaction with the faculty and teachers from Civilsdaily will help you align your preparation and make it more relevant. You can reach out to Sajal sir and other teachers on Habitat.
  • Program’s focus is on conceptual clarity, simplicity, relevance, and making interlinkages between current affairs and basic/static part of the syllabus.
  • Awesome mentorship-hand holding support.
  • Sajal Sir’s guidance got him 10 times more likely to prepare for current affairs linking with the static part in a very short time. 
  • Next-level evaluation of answers helped him a lot to fetch more scores in all GS papers.
  •  CA Resource consolidation on Prelims and Mains’ Preparation.
  • An ecosystem for co-learning and active learning.

For ultimate success what matters is an ecosystem for co-learning and active learning together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentors, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before. 


He improved his marks drastically in this 2021 Mains. In a candid conversation with Siddhart sir, Abhijit shared his journey, motivations, up and downs, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going. Listen to his story.


Abhijit believes whether it is UPSC prelims or Mains, to clear both stages it is your performance in that matters. Other than this “..you need clarity of vision”, says Abhijit, to keep yourself determined to your goal.

It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

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Daily AWE

22nd July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

GS-1          Effects of globalisation on Indian society

GS-2         Parliament & State Legislatures, Representation of People’s Act

GS-3         Disaster Management

GS-4         Case Studies

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Examine the multi-dimensional impact of globalisation on tribal development in India. (15 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 How does the lack of inner-party democracy affect Indian democracy? What are the factors responsible for it and suggest the way forward. (15 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 India is vulnerable to climate change-induced disasters. In context of this, suggest the approach India needs to adopt to deal with the challenges. (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 An Indian company is active in the telecom sector and is the majority owner of a telecom company based in other geographies across the world. At one of its European headquarters, there emerged whistleblowing allegations that a local executive was bribing local government officials in order to obtain telecom cabling and construction contracts from the local government. The kickbacks were allegedly paid through a third-party consultant. More specifically, there were allegations that the executive, the third party, and a government official had some sort of business interest in common, possibly shareholdings in a limited company or the joint ownership of an undisclosed asset. The company is thought to be particularly close to the ruling dispensation in India and the news has now raised pressure to put its business operations in India under scanner as well. In this context, answer the following questions: (a) What are the ethical challenges in the given case? (b) Identify the different stakeholders and their interests. (c) As the CEO of the firm, how would you respond to the given situation? (20 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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21st July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

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

GS-2         Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting  India’s interests.

GS-3         Indian Economy

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)

 

Q.1 Given its impact on both individual resilience and the resilience of the economy, is there a case for strong universal social protection in India? Discuss. (15 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 Bolstering friendship between India and Vietnam is a natural outcome of a growing convergence of their strategic and economic interests, and also their common vision for peace, prosperity and their people. Comment. (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 How is the recent depreciation of the rupee different from its depreciation between 2008-2012? What are the factors responsible for the recent appreciation of the dollar? (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 ‘Niti’ must be more concerned with ‘nyaya’ i.e. the elimination of removable injustices rather than defining a perfectly just society. Discuss. (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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It’s never about breaking records or beating someone but doing your best to improve yourself | Mantri Mourya Bhardwaj, AIR 28, UPSC 2021 | A student of CD’s Mentorship Program | Talk to his mentor

Mantri Mourya Bhardwaj, AIR 28, UPSC 2021. Civilsdaily Mentorship Student

Mantri Maorya was a mentorship student under Sajal sir, Sukanya ma’am, and other mentors under the Smash Mains FLT program. He was relentless about improving himself in order to serve the country he loves dearly. He improved GS marks dreastically in this 2021 Mains.


He, in a candid conversation with his mentor Sukanya Ma’am, shared his thought.

Mantri Mourya Bhardwaj, AIR 28, UPSC 2021. CD’s Mentorship student

He resigned from his job and started preparing for the UPSC exam. But success did not come so easily. After failing to make it to the Civils in the first three attempts, he returned to his software profession for his livelihood. But, he did not give up, with the encouragement from my parents, he made it finally.


He attributed his success to Civilsdaily’s Mentorship

  • For prelims he joined our CD’s Smash Prelims.
  • For mains he regularly gave some effort to make answer structure better under the guidance of mentors.
  • He started UPSC preparation 4 years ago by studying NCERTs. But, first time, Sajal sir opened his eyes about which NCERTs are actually important.
  • He joined Civilsdaily’s FLT online mock test series for mains.
  • He was meticulous about study materials. he consolidated his study materials and revised them as many times as he could.
  • Sukanya Ma’am always guided him to remain patient and stay focused all the time. He improved his performance in Ethics 10 times.
  • He always get hand-holding mentorship support to improve his performance.
  • He learned to make his own notes.
  • From the very starting, he wished he would carry his preparation under CD’s senior teachers and mentors.

Before getting into CD’s Mentorship Program under Sajal Sir, Sukanya Ma’am, He had become hopeless. He said that he couldn’t figure out the necessary things which are highly required to work on.

For ultimate success what matters is an ecosystem for co-learning and active learning together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentors, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before. 


1. About Mantri Mourya Bhardwaj- His UPSC journey

NameMantri Mourya Bhardwaj
Age28
ResidentAnakapalle, Andhra Pradesh
ExamUPSC 2021
All India Rank28
Attempts6th 
Optional Subject Anthropology
Hobbies

He was an active student of CivilsDaily’s Mentorship program and took guidance in all stages of preparation. He thanked CD’s senior mentors and faculties for his top rank on UPSC 2021 merit list.

CLICK:- REGISTER (FREE) TO TALK TO MANTRI MOURYA’S MENTORS


He improved his marks drastically in this 2021 Mains. In a candid conversation with Civilsdaily, Mantri shared his journey, motivations, up and downs, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going.

It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

CLICK- SAMACHAR MANTHAN FREE COPY AND MENTORSHIP CALL

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20th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

GS-1        History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawal of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism etc.— their forms and effect on the society.

GS-2         Parliament and state legislatures, Indian Constitution-Fundamental Rights

GS-3         Infrastructure- Energy

GS-4        Aptitude and foundational values of civil services

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Post World War I, the Treaty of Versailles sowed the seeds for another, even greater war. Discuss. (10 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 The Criminal Procedure (Identification) Bill 2022 aims to replace the Identification of Prisoners Act 1920. Examine the reasons for the introduction of the Bill and what are the concerns with the provision of the Bill? (15 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 What was the rationale of the deregulation of the fuel prices in India? Discuss the issues with the policy and suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 It is argued that the Indian bureaucracy suffers from indecision and risk aversion. Do you agree? Justify with logical arguments. (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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19th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

GS-1        History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawal of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism etc.— their forms and effect on the society.

GS-2         Parliament and state legislatures

GS-3         Agriculture and related issues

GS-4        Attitude : content, structure and function; its influence and relation with thought and behaviour; moral and political attitudes;  Social influence and persuasion

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Bring out the social and political conditions in Russia that led to the October Revolution in 1917. (15 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 What is the role of the Opposition in a democracy? How loopholes in the anti-defection law adds to the challenges posed to the Opposition in India? (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 What are the lessons India can draw from the growth story of China and the role played by agriculture in it? Where does the agri-sector stand in India in comparison to China? (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 According to you, what are the main reasons behind prejudice against certain sections of a society? Discuss with examples. (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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18th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

GS-1         Post-independent India

GS-2         Effect of policies and politics of the world on India’s interests

GS-3        Indian Economy, Infrastructure

GS-4        Attitude : content, structure and function; Social influence and persuasion

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Introduced with much hope, land reforms measures in India after independence failed to make much difference. Critically comment. (10 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 The political and military aftermath of Russia’s war on Ukraine could potentially tilt the current global balance and take us back to a Euro-centric world order. Comment. (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 Importance of increasing domestic coal production was highlighted by the surge in the prices of impoted coal. In context of this, suggest the measures to reduce the exposure to price volatility. (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 Discuss how persuasion acts as a functional pillar in attitudinal change and attitude formation with requisite examples. (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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Resolute | It’s a journey from Failure in Prelims to AIR 49 | Divyansh Singh, AIR 49, UPSC 2021 | Civilsdaily Mentorship Student | Consult with his mentor

Divyansh Singh, AIR 49, UPSC 2021. Civilsdaily Mentorship Student

Divyansh Singh was one of CD’s mentorship students under Sajal sir, Sukanya ma’am, and other mentors under the Smash Mains program. Divyansh was determined about improving himself. He improved his marks in GS-2 and GS-4 2021 in 2021 Mains.


This was Divyansh’s 4th attempt and in the 2nd attempt in 2019, he secured 484, in the 3rd attempt his rank was 425. Divyansh’s optional was Chemistry. 

In a candid interview with Siddharth Sir, Divyansh revealed how he improved his All India Rank to 49.

Divyansh is an engineer by education. After graduation, he joined Microsoft. But soon he realized that UPSC is the right career for him. He started pursuing leaving his corporate job.


In 2020, after joining Smash Mains Program, Divyansh Singh received the remedial studies he had been looking for for 3 years. He attributed his success to Sajal Sir and Sukanya Ma’am.

  • He said that Sajal Sir was like his best friend throughout his entire journey. He helped Divyansh to improve marks in GS 2 and GS 4 efficiently.
  • In GS-2 he scored 119 and according to him, it weren’t possible without Sajal Sir’s remedial mentorship.
  • In GS-4, Ethics paper, he scored 117. He said that Sukanya Ma’am’s 1-1 mentorship worked for him. in 2020, he scored only 86 in GS-4. But he improved 31 marks in 2021. And thus he secured 49 rank.
  • Program’s focus is on conceptual clarity, simplicity, relevance, and making interlinkages between current affairs and basic/static part of the syllabus.
  • Awesome mentorship-hand holding support.
  • Sajal Sir’s guidance got him 10 times more likely to prepare for current affairs linking with the static part in a very short time. 
  • Next-level evaluation of answers helped him a lot to fetch more scores in all GS papers.
  •  CA Resource consolidation on Prelims and Mains’ Preparation.
  • An ecosystem for co-learning and active learning.
  • Many more…

Before getting to CD’s Mentorship Program under Sajal Sir in 2020, he had been securing below ranks consistently. He said that he couldn’t figure out the necessary things which are highly required to work on.


Divyansh has made us proud by securing AIR 49 in UPSC 2021 exam. It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

Anay has inspired us and we wish him all the best. He’s going to be an administrator of great integrity!

Register for Divyansh’s mains answers copies and notes.

Schedule your FREE mentorship session with Divyansh’s mentors.

(CLICK) BOOK YOUR SLOT WITH AIR 49, DIVYANSH’S MENTORS, AND GET HIS NOTES | FREE REGISTRATION

Anay was one of 200 rankers from CivilsDaily’s mentorship programs.

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Perseverance is rewarded. Make improvement, not excuses – Abhijit Ray, AIR 50, UPSC 2021 | CD mentorship and Samachar Manthan Student | Get his notes and mentorship call

“We must never forget the lonely non-glamorous long hard work behind success”. It’s not a success story of ‘Proving’. It’s a story of ‘Improving’.


Abhijit Ray was one of the mentorship and Samachar Manthan students under Sajal sir. After losing the first 3 attempts, he strongly realized that it’s a foolish act to overestimate yourself and think that even a non-serious effort will take you through. There is a thin line between confidence and arrogance

Current affairs are indispensable for every stage of the UPSC exam. Understanding the importance of current affairs is just one part of the UPSC puzzle. To solve the whole puzzle, there is no substitute for Samachar Manthan.


In 2020, after joining SM, Abhijit Ray received the remedial current affairs studies he had been looking for for 3 years. He attributed his success to the remedial advice of Sajal Sir under Samachar Manthan.

  • CD’s team led by Sajal sir and Sudhanshu sir is there to provide handholding support all through your UPSC journey. Increased interaction with the faculty and teachers from Civilsdaily will help you align your preparation and make it more relevant. You can reach out to Sajal sir and other teachers on Habitat.
  • Program’s focus is on conceptual clarity, simplicity, relevance, and making interlinkages between current affairs and basic/static part of the syllabus.
  • Awesome mentorship-hand holding support.
  • Sajal Sir’s guidance got him 10 times more likely to prepare for current affairs linking with the static part in a very short time. 
  • Next-level evaluation of answers helped him a lot to fetch more scores in all GS papers.
  •  CA Resource consolidation on Prelims and Mains’ Preparation.
  • An ecosystem for co-learning and active learning.
  • Many more…

Before getting to Samachar Manthan under Sajal Sir in 2021. He had been facing failure consistently. He said that he couldn’t figure out the necessary things which are highly required to work on.

For ultimate success what matters is an ecosystem for co-learning and active learning together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentors, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before. 

👉Get Your Samachar Manthan Mentorship Call


About Abhijit- His UPSC journey + Hobbies

NameAbhijit Ray
UPSC2021
RankAIR 50
No. of Attempts4
Attempt in 2018couldn’t clear Prelims
2019failed prelims again
2020couldn’t clear Mains
2021AIR-50. Get on the Final Merit list.
Optional SubjectAnthropology (in all the attempts)
HobbyComposing Poem & recreational cycling

Abhijit believes whether it is UPSC prelims or Mains, to clear both stages it is your performance in that matters. Other than this “..you need clarity of vision”, says Abhijit, to keep yourself determined to your goal.

He came to know about Sajal Sir’s Samachar Manthan. As soon as he heard, he connected with Sajal Sir and joined without losing any more seconds.

👉Fill Samanvaya and Let’s help you in your UPSC Current Affairs Prep.


He improved his marks drastically in this 2021 Mains. In a candid conversation with Civilsdaily, Abhijit shared his journey, motivations, up and downs, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going.

It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

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Beating all challenges as a working professional, achieved the IAS goal. | Prakhar Chandrakar, AIR 102, UPSC 2021 | A student of CD’s Mentorship Program | Talk to his mentor

 

Prakhar was also not satisfied with the railway job. He had to fulfill his dream by becoming an IAS. After a failure in the first attempt, he increased his hard work under the personalized mentorship of Civilsdaily, accepted all challenges as a working professional, and went ahead. The result of which was seen this time and he secured the 102nd rank.


Prakhar Chandrakar, AIR 102, UPSC 2021. Civilsdaily Mentorship Student

Prakhar Chandrakar was a mentorship student under Sajal sir, Sukanya ma’am, and other mentors under the Smash Mains FLT program. He was relentless about improving himself in order to serve the country he loves dearly. He improved GS marks 120+ drastically in this 2021 Mains.


He, in a candid conversation with CD mentor Sidhdhart Singh, Prakhar shared his thought.

Prakhar Chandrakar, AIR 102, UPSC 2021. Civilsdaily Mentorship Student

Prakhar Chandrakar, a resident of Panchavati Colony, secured 102nd rank. He has done B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from NIT College Raipur. After completing B.Tech, Prakhar was posted as an engineer in NTPC for 2 years. During this time, he was selected for the post of Assistant Engineer in Railways at Sambalpur, Odisha. He chose Electrical Engineering in Mains. His mother Champa Chandrakar is a major reader.


He attributed his success to Civilsdaily’s Mentorship

  • For prelims he joined our CD’s Smash Prelims.
  • For mains he regularly gave some effort to make answer structure better under the guidance of mentors.
  • He followed Civilsdaily from the very inception of his UPSC journey, especially for daily current affairs.
  • In his 1st attempt, he joined CD’s interview program and scored very well in the interview. Still, he couldn’t become an IAS because of his fewer marks in GS papers.
  • In his 2nd attempt, he joined Sajal Sir’s Smash Mains Program + Interview program. Now he improved his GS marks by 150+ And in Essay, he improved by 20+.  this time he secured All India Rank 102.
  • He joined Civilsdaily’s FLT online mock test series for mains.
  • He was meticulous about study materials. he consolidated his study materials and revised them as many times as he could.
  • He always gets hand-holding mentorship support to improve his performance.
  • He learned to make his own notes.
  • From the very starting, he wished he would carry his preparation under CD’s senior teachers and mentors.

Before getting into CD’s Mentorship Program under Sajal Sir, though he had reached an interview, he couldn’t come on the final merit list. He said that he couldn’t figure out the necessary things which were highly required to work on. For ultimate success what matters is an ecosystem for co-learning and active learning together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentors, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before. 

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About Prakhar Chandrakar- His UPSC journey and hobbies

NamePrakhar Chandrakar
Age26
ResidentPanchavati Colony, Chhattisgarh
ExamUPSC 2021
All India Rank102
Attempts2nd 
OptionalElectrical Engineering

He was an active student of CivilsDaily’s Mentorship program and took guidance in all stages of preparation. He thanked CD’s senior mentors and faculties for his top rank on UPSC 2021 merit list.


He improved his marks drastically in this 2021 Mains. In a candid conversation with Civilsdaily, Prakhar shared his journey, motivations, up and downs, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going.

It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

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EKLAVYA: Free Scholarship Test to get up to 60% discount on Foundation 2023 || Test on 17th July at 10 AM || Registration Open

Attend & score above the cut-off marks and get 60% on all the Civilsdaily courses under Smash Foundation Course.


Dear Students!

Civilsdaily is glad to announce that we are back with our pioneering initiative that has given our institute several top positions since its inception: the much-acclaimed Mentorship Programs!

But wait, we have another exciting news! We will conduct an entrance-cum-scholarship exam, Mission Eklavya 2023 on July 17, 2022.

It can be the best kick-start opportunity to save your Time, Money and Energy up to 60%.


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1. What is Mission Eklavya 2023 program?

Guys, Mission Ekalavya is a National Scholarship Test Program for UPSC 2023. This is the perfect opporunity for a beginner who has no idea about UPSC, but want to check if he has the aptitude for the same. If you take the upcoming free UPSC national scholarship test and come out with flying colours, you will get about 60% scholarship on the Civilsdaily Flagship Foundation Course.

Ultimate Assessment Program and Foundation Program includes – 

  • Mentorship (1:1, throughout the preparation till Interview stage)
  • Masterclasses (complete GS syllabus covered, Only provided in Foundation course)
  • Samachar Manthan (Current affairs Programme)
  • Decimate Prelims (Prelims Crash course)
  • Mains Answer Writing Initiative (On a weekly basis)
  • Smash Mains (upon Qualifying prelims 2023)
  • Essay Guidance Program (To score above 120+ in Essay Mains Paper)
  • Interview Guidance Program (more than 1 mock interview will be conducted with a panel)
  • Civilsdaily IAS Community for Peer to Peer Interaction
Get all the Civilsdaily courses under Smash Foundation Course for 60% off after you attend our scholarship test and score above the cut-off marks!

2. Details of the Civilsdaily Free National Scholarship Test

Date – 17th July, 2022.

CLICK: Register Here for ‘EKLAVYA’

  • Mode: Online
  • Registration Fee – Free
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2 Hrs
  • Syllabus: GS Paper 1 (Preliminary exam)
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • Date: 17th July
  • Time: 10 AM
  • Result: 27/07/2022

3. Mentorship: Our Every student is a batch.

An average aspirant, pays for Prelims Course, Mains Program, Interview Guidance, Test Series & Study Materials all separately. The fees then comes up to 2-3 Lakhs for one attempt alone.

Identifying this issue, Civilsdaily has designed the Flagship mentorship cum Foundation Course for 2023 aspirants. This course covers the entire 3-stage journey of a UPSC aspirant. From Prelims to Interview –

  • 1:1 Mentorship: Dedicated mentor to each student
  • Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly Study Plans
  • Weekly Test Series
  • Classes & Study Materials will be provided.

Another benefit of the program is that it’s an umbrella course wherein an aspirant can access other paid courses of Civilsdaily for FREE.

The main objective of the program is to identify and nurture serious aspirants to become future UPSC toppers. And that’s why we have designed a scholarship test.

Our foundation course will be intensive yet personalised. You will be getting individual coaching on how to conquer the basics, develop analytical skills, inculcate conceptual clarity and acquire the necessary knowledge to face the unpredictable and dynamic UPSC.

Apart from conducting subject-wise classes that covers all the Prelims-Mains syllabus from scratch, aspirants will follow a customised timetable and will complete their revision on a daily basis to attempt our weekly prelims and mains tests. Once the test is over, they will get a strategy call from a mentor, who will clear their doubts and tell them how to improve their performance from next test onwards.

Simply put, like Ekalavya you will be getting a unique coaching experience that eludes other UPSC aspirants. Even aspects like Essay, Ethics and CSAT which is ignored in other normal coaching programs, will be covered over here with tests, mentorship, classes and notes.


4. Toppers’ Talk


5. Why should you take the CD’s Scholarship Test? 

1. Test your preparation on UPSC-CSE grade questions, at national level.

2. Chance to compete against the best. See where you stand.

3. Identify your subjectwise strengths, weak points, and problem areas before you start preparation.

4. Mentors will provide personalised counselling based on your performance in the scholarship test. 

5. A detailed discussion will help you navigate through the challenges during the preparation.

6. Achieve up to 60% scholarship in our exclusive umbrella foundation course.

As the program is rigorous and involves individual attention, we can take only limited enrollments. Hence, we are conducting a Scholarship Exam to identify serious UPSC aspirants on 13th and 20th of March. Depending on your relative score, you can get up to a 60% scholarship.

We are looking for

1. Serious and hardworking aspirants.

2. Ready to dedicate a minimum of 5-8 hours daily.

3. Can complete assigned targets and tests without fail.

4. Only 1 thought in mind and that is – to clear UPSC Civil Services 2023.

5. Willing to take constructive feedback from mentors after each test.

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Daily AWE

15th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

GS-1         Post-independent India

GS-2        Bilateral relations

GS-3        Indian Economy

GS-4        Case Studies

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Explaining the term Non-alignment, discuss the rationale behind its adoption in the postcolonial era. (15 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 South Korea’s new willingness to become a global pivotal state and play an active role in regional affairs is bound to create multiple opportunities for a multi-dimensional India- Korea partnership. Comment. (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 What were the improvements made in the GST to ensure stricter compliance? Suggest the improvements needed in the GST structure. (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 You are the principal of a college which has a long history of student politics. However, due to your personal belief, you are not in favour of conducting student elections and thus have kept the process of yearly student elections pending without any official announcement. While you are mulling over the decision of not conducting elections, you get representation from some professors as well as students who criticize the activities of student unions as obstructive to the academic environment of the college. Some time later, student leaders also come to talk to you regarding conduct of elections, and you tell them about the representation received by you against allowing student elections. You further tell them that you are contemplating suspending all activities related to student politics in the campus. On hearing this, student leaders become aggressive and start sloganeering and destroying college property. In this context, answer the following questions: (a) What are the issues involved in the case above? (b) How can you separate your personal ethics from professional ethics? (c) How would you deal with this situation? (20 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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Persistent | After facing multiple failures in a row, A taste of success, | Amit Anand, AIR 411, UPSC 2021 | Civilsdaily Mentorship Student | Get in touch with his mentor

“A good mentor is always a big +”-Amit Anand mentioned in an interview with CD. 

Amit Anand, AIR 411, UPSC 2021. a Student under under Smash Mains (Sajal Sir)

Amit Anand was one of the mentorship students under Sajal sir, and other CD mentors under the Smash Mains program. 

Before getting in touch with Sajal Sir in 2021, He had been facing failure consistently. His UPSC journey started in 2016. Although he reached interviews 2 times, he couldn’t get on the final merit list. He said that he couldn’t figure out the necessary things which are highly required to work on.

He came to know about Sajal Sir and his Smash Mains Program from one of his friends. As soon as he heard, he connect with Sajal Sir and join his Mains Program.

In 2021, he got in touch with Sajal Sir, and received the remedial advice, he was looking for. He attributed his success to the remedial advice of Sajal Sir under Smash Mains.

  • Sajal Sir’s tireless mentorship helped him to find those core areas in GS papers on which he had to improve tremendously. 
  • Sajal Sir’s guidance got him 10 times likely to prepare in a very short time. 
  • Next level evaluation of answers helped him a lot to fetch more scores in GS papers.
  •  Resource consolidation on Mains’ Preparation.

He improved his marks drastically in this 2021 Mains. In a candid conversation with Siddhart sir, Amit shared his journey, motivations, up and downs, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going. Listen to his story.

Amit’s optional was Geography. He hails from Deoghar and has been exceptional in his studies all through school and college. He is an engineering graduate by education. 

Amit has made us proud by securing AIR 411 in UPSC 2021 exam. It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

Amit has inspired us and we wish him all the best. He’s going to be an administrator of great integrity!

Register for Amit’s mains answers copies and notes.

Schedule your FREE mentorship session with Amit’s mentors.

Amit is one of 200 rankers from CivilsDaily’s mentorship programs.

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Daily AWE

14th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

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

GS-2      Executive and Judiciary

GS-3       Conservation, Environment Pollution and Degradation

GS-4        Human Values- Lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders

Question 1)

 

Q.1 The Swarajists played a crucial role in the nationalist movement, but they had their own limitations. Discuss. (10 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 The population of the country is a crucial factor in the election of the President, which means the people’s presence in the process of electing the President is very much visible. In context of this, explain the method followed for the election of the President of India and what are the implications of the people’s presence in the process? (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 What are the various sources of funding and instruments used for climate finance? What are the reasons for funding bial in favour of climate-change mitigation and against the climate-change adaptation activities? (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 “It is compassion, the most gracious of virtues, which moves the world.” ― Tiruvalluvar, Kural. What does this quote mean to you?

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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Overcoming all tension and stress how an Average student secured AIR 404, UPSC 2021 | a student of Sajal Sir’s Smash Mains Program | Talk to his mentors now

Ramkrishna secured an AIR 404 in UPSC 2021 (5th attempt). A student of CD’s Mentorship programs he was mentored by Sajal sir and Sukanya ma’am.
AIR 404. UPSC-2021. Ramkrishna Saran, a CD’s mentorship student (Sajal Sir & Sukanya Ma’am.

His UPSC-CSE journey started in 2017. After failing 4 attempts, finally he tasted success. In the first attempt, he wasn’t able to clear Prelims. In 2018, he cleared prelims and sat for mains. In 2020, though he reached interview, his name was not in the final merit list.

In 2021, He cleared UPSC with AIR 404 because of Smash Mains Program of Sajal Sir.

In his interview, Ramkrishna elaborated the ways how he got massive help from CD Mentorship programs.

  • The collective support of Sajal Sir & Sukanya Ma’am made him improve his answer drastically. Discussions were extremely important because it increased writing speed and develop content ideas.
  • After every test, Sajal Sir called every student personally. And get connected over the phone to provide personalized attention. And this evaluation brought many micro-level success-oriented suggestions which are crucial for all GS papers.
  • After checking answer copies, Sukanya ma’am, suggested tips that improved his Marks in Ethics (GS-4)
  • Those Model Answers shared in Smash Programs, are extremely needful to understand UPSC’s demand.
  •  Resource consolidation on Mains’ Preparation.

Ramkrishna believes UPSC Mains is the stage that matters in your success. It is your performance in the Mains exam hall that will decide your name on the list. Other than this “..you need clarity of vision”, says Ramkrishna, to keep yourself determined to your goal.

It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.

In a candid conversation with us, Ramkrishna shared his journey, hardships, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going.

About Ramkrishna Saran

Ramkrishna hails from Rajasthan and is an engineering graduate. Ramkrishna took multiple attempts to crack UPSC and secure an AIR 404 in UPSC 2021. This was his 5th attempt. Ramkrishna’s optional was Agriculture.

Ramkrishna has really made us proud and we wish her all the very best. She is going to be a great administrator and an inspiration to millions.

Register for Ramkrishna’s mains answers copies and notes.

Schedule your FREE mentorship session with Ramkrishna’s mentors.

Ramkrishna was one of 200 rankers from CivilsDaily’s mentorship programs.

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13th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

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

GS-2       Panchayats and urban local bodies

GS-3        Indian Economy

GS-4        Human Values- Lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders

Question 1)

 

Q.1 Colonialism in India gained foothold in distinct stages with debilitating impact on the Indian economy. Discuss. (10 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 The health of municipal finances is a critical element of municipal governance. In context of this, examine the challenges in strengthening the municipal finances and suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 A well-crafted trade agreement could help India enhance its share in global trade. Therefore, India needs to take care of a few key concerns before entering into trade agreements. What are such concerns India need to address? (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 “All persons ought to endeavour to follow what is right, and not what is established.” ― Aristotle. What does this quote mean to you? (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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After failing 4 times, how did Rohan Kadam clear UPSC 2021 with flying colours? | Role of tireless mentorship of Sajal Sir | Register to talk to Rohan’s Mentor

Rohan Kadam Civilsdaily Samsh Mains (Sajal Sir’s) Mentorship Student

Rohan Kadam was one of the mentorship students under Sajal sir, Sukanya ma’am, and other CD mentors under the *Smash Mains program. After failing in the first 4 attempts, he realized that If you have to clear UPSC, only studying is not enough. It needs a Guru. He became an active member of Civilsdaily’s ‘Smash Mains’ & ‘Smash Ethics’ Programs. 

In his interview, Rohan elaborated on 5 ways how he got massive help from CD Mentorship programs.

  • The collective effort of Sajal Sir & Sukanya Ma’am made him pick loopholes in his preparation.
  • Sajal Sir’s tireless mentorship helped him a lot. He even connected for 2 hrs over the phone. And this evaluation brought many micro-level success-oriented suggestions.
  • Those Model Answers shared in Smash Programs, are extremely needful to understand UPSC’s demand.
  • Other Toppers’ copies are shared so that anyone can enhance writing acumen.
  •  Resource consolidation on Mains’ Preparation.

Rohan hails from Maharashtra and has been exceptional in his studies all through school and college. He is an economics graduate by education.

Rohan has made us proud by securing AIR 295 in UPSC 2021 exam. It is yet another validation of CivilsDaily’s vision and approach to personalized mentorship.


In a candid conversation with Siddhart sir, Rohan shared his journey, motivations, up and downs, lessons learned, and his secret of what kept him going. Listen to his story.

Rohan has given us inspiration and we wish him all the best. He’s going to be an administrator of great integrity!

Register for Rohan’s mains answer copies and notes.

Schedule your FREE mentorship session with Rohan’s mentors.

Anay was one of 200 rankers from CivilsDaily’s mentorship programs.

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12th July 2022| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement(AWE)

Topics for Today’s questions:

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

GS-2       Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests.

GS-3        Indian Economy

GS-4        Ethics & Human Interface

Question 1)

 

Q.1 What were the prominent causes behind the recurring tribal movements in the 19th century? Also, discuss the limitations of these movements. (10 Marks)

 

Question 2)

Q.2 How does lack of self-reliance in defense technology and manufacturing influence India’s foreign policy options? Suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

Question 3)

Q.3 What are the reasons for the high prevalence of scams in the banking industry in India? What are the implications of such scams for the economy? Suggest the way forward. (10 Marks)

Question 4)  

Q.4 While it may seem restrictive, anonymity is one of the greatest strengths of the civil services. Comment in the context of growth of social media in recent times. (10 Marks)

 

HOW TO ATTEMPT ANSWERS IN DAILY ANSWER WRITING ENHANCEMENT(AWE)?

  1. Daily 4 questions from General studies 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to you.

  2. A Mentor’s Comment will be available for all answers. This can be used as a guidance tool but we encourage you to write original answers.

  3. You can write your answer on an A4 sheet and scan/click pictures of the same.

  4.  Upload the scanned answer in the comment section of the same question.

  5. Along with the scanned answer, please share your Razor payment ID, so that paid members are given priority.

  6. If you upload the answer on the same day like the answer of 11th  February is uploaded on 11th February then your answer will be checked within 72 hours. Also, reviews will be in the order of submission- First come first serve basis

  7. If you are writing answers late, for example, 11th February is uploaded on 13th February , then these answers will be evaluated as per the mentor’s schedule.

  8. We encourage you to write answers on the same day. However, if you are uploading an answer late then tag the mentor like @Staff so that the mentor is notified about your answer.

*In case your answer is not reviewed, reply to your answer saying *NOT CHECKED*. 

  1. For the philosophy of AWE and payment: 

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(Live Now) Imp Webinar #UPSCskill: LIVE Answer Writing for UPSC Mains PYQs | Tackling GS Paper 4 – Ethics Case studies and Theories | Register-Get Free Resources

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87196341775?pwd=Qlh1WC9BMk9iMkxydmZJbWwyaGZJdz09
Meeting ID: 871 9634 1775 Passcode: 924329

Register and submit your query and get Telegram group + access to FREE resources. Dinesh sir will also share a special compilation of PDF with you post-webinar.


Ethics paper in UPSC mains is designed to evaluate the ‘Ethical Competence’ and not the bookish knowledge about ‘Ethics’. There are certain skills you need to master Answer Writing for Paper-4.

  • How to Complete the paper on time even if all questions are not known? Completion of the entire question paper is needful. UPSC doesn’t look for the best answers. It wants the appropriate usage. So, how to illustrate values in the simplest and in the least possible words in time is going to be elaborated in this live session.
  • How to write ethics-oriented answers even though questions could have been asked in other GS papers. Ethics norms instruct about right or wrong. So, how to charge your answers with ‘Transparency’, ‘Accountability’, and ‘Right Attitude’ is surely focused in the webinar
  • Writing course of action of case studies in most ethical ways along with practical approach. Even an ideal solution wouldn’t fetch marks, if it seems unworkable. Focusing this, How to frame your answers based on peripheral problems in a case study will be discussed.
  • How to use examples and can make our own examples. The best possible ways of creating the most relevant experiences/examples from current, social issues, professional life, your area of interest, etc. will surely be talked over here.
  • How to have a grip on recent trends in Ethics paper!
  • Do and don’t of ethics paper. The most common mistakes will also be discussed. Mistake-prone: If there are no real-life cases, never let it go without them. Be prepared to make your point from the lives of social reformers, leaders, civil servants, etc., and other respected people.

It is easier said than done. It takes a certain level of knowledge, experience, and practice. But, like any other skill, it could be learned and mastered under a teacher/mentor. 


Webinar on 11th July, 7 pm – Sunday

Dinesh Sharma sir will be taking a LIVE webinar on coming Monday. This is a must for those who want to learn and master Answer Writing skill to score 110+. We will be taking up and solving LIVE previous year’s UPSC Mains question and case studies for Ethics questions.

Register for the webinar. Submit your query and get Telegram group + access to FREE resources. Dinesh sir will also share a special compilation of PDFs with you post-webinar.

About Dinesh Sharma sir

Dinesh sir is a senior IAS mentor at CivilsDaily and he has been mentoring UPSC aspirants and rankers for more than 4 years now. Dinesh sir has an experience of 2 UPSC interviews and 3 UPSC Mains. He is a passionate mentor and has students’ interests in mind always. He is a public policy enthusiast and is always ready to counsel or mentor UPSC aspirants.


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