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6th April 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

GS-1  The Freedom Struggle.

GS-4 Attitude: content, structure, function.

Question 1)

Ancient Indian sculptural art is highly rich in its traditions. Trace the development ancient Indian sculpture that go back to the Indus Valley civilisation. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

India’s prolonged political neglect of Europe and continued reluctance to engage a major European institution like NATO needs a much-needed turnaround. In light of this, examine the factors affecting India’s engagement with Europe. 10 marks

Question 3)

The Union and state levies contribute to a significant part of the retail prices of petrol and diesel in India. Examine the reasons for such heavy taxation of these products and how their inclusion in GST would affect government revenues? 10 marks

Question 4)  

As an administrator, ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do. Elucidate. 10 marks

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5th April 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

GS-1  Salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture.

GS-4 Ethics and Human Interface.

Question 1)

Tipu Sultan was the fearless “Tiger of Mysore”, a powerful bulwark against colonialism, and a great son of Karnataka. Comment on how should the historical figure of Tipu Sultan be assessed today. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Discuss the issues with the exemption of aided and non-aided minority institution from the provisions of the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act? 10 mark

Question 3)

Why net zero emission targets are considered to be unjust for developing countries? 10 marks

Question 4)  

“An unexamined life is not worth living”. – Socrates. What does the following quotations mean to you? Discuss the importance of self-realization? 10 marks

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2nd April 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 3rd April-

GS-1  Indian National Movement.

GS-4 Probity in Governance.

Question 1)

Elucidate volcano formation, their types and structures associated with suitable examples. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

The U.S. foreign policy has undergone a change in which engagement with countries will be done on issues with little or no trade-off among them. What does this change mean for India-U.S. relations? 10 marks

Question 3)

How updated and functional land record system can help revive the rural economy? What are the challenges in updating the land record system in India? 10 marks

Question 4)  

You can change your behavior by changing your attitude. Elucidate. 10 marks

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1st April 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

GS-1  Geographical features and their location.

GS-4 Attitude: content, structure, function.

Question 1)

The biggest contribution of moderates was not in making the Economic Critique of colonialism a potent weapon amongst nationalists but in laying solid foundations on which Indian National Movement could be built upon and flourish. Comment. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

India, because of its proximity to Myanmar, its geopolitical role, and its interests, will inevitably be drawn into the situations unfolding in Myanmar occasioned by the military overturning the election results. Examine the factors Indian should consider as it frames its response to the situation. 10 marks

Question 3)

The National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development (NBFID) Bill, 2021 seeks to create a development finance institution (DFI). In light of this, discuss the challenges DFI face in India. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Critically analyse religion as a source of ethical guidance. 10 marks

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26th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

GS-1  Indian art and culture.

GS-4 Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service.

Question 1)

Discuss the importance of the idea of “Urban commons” in the city planning. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

As Bangladesh celebrates the golden jubilee of its independence, it is also time for celebrating the enduring Indo-Bangladesh ties despite hiccups that have sometimes disturbed the waters. In light of this, examine the areas of cooperation and issues between the two countries. 10 marks

Question 3)

Uneven economic recovery from the pandemic on the global level poses a policy challenge to India. In this context, discuss the possible impact of uneven recovery and suggest the policy measures to deal with it. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Ensuring accountability in the administration just adds another layer in the bureaucratic process. Examine. 10 marks

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25th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

GS-1  Urbanization, their problems and their remedies. 

GS-4 Public/Civil service values and Ethics in Public administration.

Question 1)

While, the First World War had many far-reaching impacts on the Western Europe and USA, but affected India too. Elaborate on the impact of First World War on India. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Though mutual efforts between Delhi and Taipei have enabled a range of bilateral agreements, the time has come to recalibrate India-Taiwan relations. In light of this, identify the areas in which the two countries need to step up effort to take their relationship to next level. 10 marks

Question 3)

How financing goverment spending by selling public sector asset differs in their effect on inequality from financing government spending by taxation? 10 marks

Question 4)  

Sense of morality must begin from the door of the leader who preaches it, Discuss the statement in the backdrop of principle of governance – “Yatha Raja Tatha Praja”. 10 marks

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24th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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 Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service.

Question 1)

Critically examine the motives behind British efforts towards the expansion of modern education system. 10 marks

 

Question 2)

Discuss the changes made by the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill, 2021. Do you with the view that the amended act takes into account women’s bodily autonomy? 10 marks

Question 3)

Discuss the factors responsible for the poor performance of the Public Sector Banks in comparison to the private banks. What can be done at the tactical and strategic levels to boost business metrics? 10 marks

Question 4)  

“Ethics are less a goal than a pathway, less a destination than a trip, less an inoculation than a process.” Analyse. 10 marks

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23rd March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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

GS-4 Emotional intelligence.

Question 1)

What do you understand by Tandava and Laasya dance? Explain. 10 marks

Question 2)

The steady improvement in bilateral relations with Bangladesh over the last decade can offer valuable lessons to be applied to India-Pakistan relations. In light of this, examine the factors that India and Pakistan need to focus on to achieve improvement in bilateral relations. 10 marks

Question 3)

What is a bad bank? Discuss the proposed structure and advantages of the bad bank in the Budget FY22. 10 marks

Question 4)  

“Our values don’t recognise same-sex marriage”, how far is the statement justified in the Indian context? Critically analyse from ethical viewpoints. 10 Marks

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22nd March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 23rd March-

GS-1  Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms.

GS-4 Human Values – lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators;

Question 1)

The time has come to insist that the work women perform for the family should be valued equally with men’s work during the continuance of marriage. Do you think that women should be paid ‘salary’ for the domestic household work they perform? Debate. 10 marks

Question 2)

The Quad’s ideology of a “diamond of democracies” can only succeed if it does not insist on exclusivity in India’s strategic calculations given that India shares a special place among the Quad members when it comes to its relationship with China. Comment. 10 marks

Question 3)

Even as India experienced one of the world’s sharpest economic contractions, it also saw the fastest growth in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows among all the major economies last year. In light of this, examine the factors that are making India an essential part of their growth story? 10 marks

Question 4)  

Buddhist teachings can be a good lesson in developing ethics related to use and application of Artificial Intelligence. Comment. 10 marks

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19th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 22nd March-

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

GS-4 Ethics and Human Interface.

Question 1)

The Extremists of today will be Moderates tomorrow, Just as the Moderates of today were Extremists yesterday. Comment with respect to Indian national movement. 10 marks

Question 2)

One of the key areas of administrative reforms has been lateral entry, but the success of lateral entry hinges on how it is designed. In light of this, describe the advantages and challenges in the success of this reform. 10 marks

Question 3)

Examine the role e-commerce can play in improving the access to greater markets and opportunities to become a part of the national and global supply chains.Also, identify the challenges the e-commerce sector faces in India. 10 marks

Question 4)  

What are sources of ethics and their ideals in Indian tradition? 10 marks

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18th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

GS-1  The Freedom Struggle.

GS-4 Human Values – lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders.

Question 1)

Explain the reasons as to why some of the major hot deserts of the world are located on the western margins of the continents? 10 marks

Question 2)

Misuse of power and political interference has been the most important issues plaguing the police in India. In light of this, examine the state of the police reforms and reasons for the delay in carrying out the police reforms. 10 Marks

Question 3)

The hopes of public-spending-led recovery in the aftermath of covid pandemic could be dashed by fiscal constraints faced by the States. What are the constraints faced by the states. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Are white lies ethically justified? Using examples debate on the concept of white lies. 10 marks

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17th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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

GS-4 Ethics in private and public relationships.

Question 1)

Land reforms included structural and institutional changes in the ownership pattern, land tenure system, modernization of agricultural operations and changes in the supportive institutions at the level of the village community. Comment . 10 marks

Question 2)

The National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2021 seeks to give effect to the Supreme Courts judgement in 2018. Do you think that the proposed bill will succeed in avoiding the conflict between Lt. Governor and the elected government. 10 marks

Question 3)

What is Artificial Intelligence? Explain the ways in which it could help human beings? What are the issues associated with it? 10 marks

Question 4)  

Virtue is a state that lies between two vices, one of excess and the other of deficiency. State your opinion. 10 marks

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16th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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

GS-4 Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics
in human actions.

Question 1)

Tribal and peasant movements and revolts were often put down in history as spontaneous movements, when uneducated, apolitical groups of people break forth in anger and not as conscious decision makers. But, the Santhals of the Rajmahal Hills did not revolt on a whim. Comment. 10 marks

Question 2)

A rising China has emerged as the biggest challenge to India and the US is increasingly an important part of the answer. Examine the elements that support this underlying transformation of India’s relationship with the two countries. 10 marks

Question 3)

The centrality of agriculture in India goes much beyond its immediate employment contribution. So, the growth process of agriculture should not be just more efficient, and inclusive of India’s small and marginal but also be sustainable — both financially and environmentally. In light of this, suggest the pathway for India’s agricultural growth. 10 Marks

Question 4)  

What do you understand by the following quote- ‘Life can be shaped in the desired way by changing your habits’. 10 marks

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15th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 16th March-

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

GS-4 Attitude.

Question 1)

The rise of Indian Nationalism was a reaction against the despotic, discriminatory and devious policies and nature of the British rule. Critically Analyze. 10 marks

Question 2)

What are the factors contributing to growing nativism in the employment policies? Suggest the steps to be taken to deal with the issue. 10 marks

Question 3)

India needs to recognise the national security threat emanating from strategic FDI. This requires identifying threats. In lights of this, examine the types of threats and suggest the ways to deal with it. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Gandhian trusteeship was an attempt at spiritualizing economics which preferred human dignity over material prosperity. Justify. 10 marks

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12th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 15th March-

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

GS-4 Ethics and Human Interface.

Question 1)

Explain the nature of non-cooperation movement which was observed across India. Why the non-cooperation was called off and what were its impact? 10 marks

Question 2)

India has many colleges and institutions offering higher education but few could get the spot in the list of top global institutes. Examine the factors responsible for this. Suggest the measures to deal with this issue. 10 marks

Question 3)

Growing food subsidy bill highlights the need for revamping the Public Distribution System. What are the factors contributing to the increasing bill? Suggest measures to improve the system. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Human values are not very difficult to maintain in normal times. It is in situations of mental stress and physical distress like the current pandemic that the colours of character go in for a real test on the touchstone of life. Examine. 10 marks

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11th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Out of all the major European powers that came to India, the British were able to establish a long-lasting pan Indian Empire. Examine the factors responsible for it. 10 marks

Question 2)

The IT Rules 2021 issued under Section 69A of the IT Act has been criticised for expanding the scope of powers granted under the Section. Examine the scope of the criticism. 10 marks

Question 3)

Farmer producer organisations (FPO) can act as an important institutional mechanism to organise small and marginal farmers. In light of this, identify the challenges faced by the FPOs and suggest the measures for their improvement. 10 marks

Question 4)  

“Persuasion makes society work smoothly while physical coercion grinds it to a halt”. Giving examples, compare the effectiveness of persuasion as an influence tactic vis-a-vis coercion in bringing change in society. In what ways persuasion can be used by civil servants to remove social evils existing in society? 10 marks

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10th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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)

Ancient Indian sculptural art is highly rich in its traditions. Trace the development ancient Indian sculpture that go back to the Indus Valley civilisation. 10 marks

Question 2)

Discuss the factors that contributed to India’s growing engagement with the Quad. What are the implications of India’s engagement on the regional geopolitical concerns? 10 marks

Question 3)

Farmers, mainly smallholders, across India continue to face various constraints in carrying out farming activities. What are the constraints faced by the smallholders? Suggest the ways to deal with the issue.10 marks

Question 4)  

The Government in the anticipation of vaccine for Covid-19 had taken a list of frontline workers such as doctors, nurses, ward boys, police personnel and other essential workers to be vaccinated first. As the vaccine arrives, a limited number of vials of vaccine is disbursed as per pervious list that was recorded. You, as the Health Officer, are put in charge of making sure all the previously enlisted people are vaccinated in your city. The instructions given by the Government for vaccination are as follows: Only the people who were enrolled as Frontline workers in the list can be given vaccine. The health officer should ensure no enrolled Frontline worker, who is available on the day of vaccination, is left behind for whatsoever reason. The vaccination process has to be finished on the same day as vaccine arrives due to limited shelf life of the vaccine and limited cold storage facilities. In case there is any additional vial of vaccine or any of the enlisted frontline warriors are unable to take the vaccine due to any important reason, it is left to discretion of the Health Officer to select ‘most urgent’ cases from general public to be vaccinated from the extra vials remaining. On the day, the vaccination process goes seamlessly as the Frontline workers are vaccinated. At the end of the process it is found out that there are 3 vials remaining. You being an enlisted Frontline worker are yet to be vaccinated and there are some urgent cases in front of you as follows: A youth from rural village has qualified for international athletic meet in Russia but the international sports association is allowing only vaccinated candidates to partake in the meet. It’s a once in lifetime opportunity for the youth, who with immense difficulty arranged the finances for travel in absence of a sponsor. He also has a decent chance of winning laurels for the country. The mayor of the city, who had enlisted as an essential worker got himself vaccinated. After coming to know of additional vials, demands one for his wife. He states that his wife is diabetic, has high blood pressure and hence qualifies to be an urgent case. You even get a call from the Municipal Commissioner, who is your superior, to consider mayor’s wife for vaccine. A person who is immuno-compromised, is in need of a lifesaving surgery. Though the hospital is not insistent on vaccine but doctors feel it will be better if the patient is vaccinated. This will prevent the risk of nosocomial infection of Covid-19 as number of cases are on rise in the city due to the new strain and the hospital in which the surgery is to take place also treats covid-19 patients. A family friend who is a senior doctor, posted and enrolled for vaccine in the neighboring city, which also happens to be your hometown, has come to your current city for his personal work. As he is still in your city and unable to go back, he contacts you for vial of vaccine. He says that, in case you allow him vial of vaccine, he will get his designated vial allotted in the neighboring city to a person of your choosing. He reminds that it will be better that your mother who is Asthmatic and has breathing issues, takes a vaccine in his place in your hometown and you give him a vial here in your city. The Vaccine has a limited shelf life and will expire in a few hours. Given the above scenarios, who will you allocate the vaccine vials? 10 marks

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9th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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

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)

Discuss the pros and cons of Daylight savings time. 10 marks

Question 2)

‘India’s expanding partnership with the US is marked by a fascinating political puzzle. It also rests in the continuing underestimation of Delhi’s capacity to rework its great power relations to meet India’s changing interests and circumstances.’ In light of this, examine the factors shaping India’s relationship with the U.S and how these factors have transformed the relationship.10 marks

Question 3)

The debate on the benefits and costs of public versus private banks is not new. It is more relevant in India today as it seeks to privatise public banks. In light of this, examine the factors driving privatisation of banks in India. 10 marks

Question 4)  

You are transferred to Food and Civil Supplies department of Mirzapur as the Assistant Director. Before you report, you make a call to a college friend of yours who is a local news reporter to enquire about the affairs of the district. He tells you that, corruption is rampant across the administration including the Food and Civil Supplies Department. Not only that, those officers who do not fall in line are coerced to give in by force by local politicians and their goons. As you report, you see that many of trucks carrying grains to be distributed as PDS are being diverted to the black market for rebranding and selling at higher prices. You immediately swing in to action and stop the trucks for inspection and you ascertain that indeed they were being diverted for the black market. You ask the local station to book a case but the SHO refuses citing political pressure. But irrespective of that you do not allow the trucks to move and seize them for the time being. Next day you are visited by Mr Munna Tripathi, who is the son of the local MLA. He offers you a hefty bribe which you out rightly refuse. Upon refusing he threatens you with dire consequences if the trucks are not allowed to leave within the next 24 hours. What are the options in front of you? Analyze the pros and cons of the each. Which option will you choose? 10 marks

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8th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 9th March-

GS-1  Important Geophysical phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc.

GS-4 Case Studies.

Question 1)

Deliberate on the archaic, gendered constructs and divisions present even today in our country and their deep but differential impacts on women and men with suitable illustrations. 10 marks

Question 2)

While seeking to develop digital health infrastructure through the National Digital Health Mission, we should be mindful of certain considerations for design choices and policies to achieve the desired social objectives. Comment. 10 marks

Question 3)

The 26th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on the Climate Change will be important because this will be the first occasion after the Paris Climate agreement that countries will be expected to “ratchet up” the nationally determined commitments they made as part of that agreement. In light of this, examine the factors that should form the basis of India’s stance at the negotiations. 10 marks

Question 4)  

Mr. Julian Assange was indicted in 2019 on 17 counts of violating the Espionage Act of U.S.A for obtaining and publishing secret military and diplomatic documents. He was charged with violating the Computers Fraud and Abuse Act in the U.S. The publication of the material exposed wrongdoing by the United States in Iraq and Afghanistan, and rights groups have hailed their release as valuable information for the public. Mr. Assange’s promotion of government transparency has made him a hero to many, but he has also been criticized as a publicity seeker with an erratic personality. On the other hand, the U.S. government considers Mr. Assange an individual who has put lives at risk by revealing names of U.S. personnel and informants who provided valuable information in dangerous places like war zones. In 2012, Mr. Assange entered the Ecuadorean Embassy in London to escape an extradition request from Sweden, where he faced rape accusations. He spent seven years in the embassy, but was arrested by the British police in 2019, and later sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for skipping bail when he entered the embassy. The charges in Sweden have been dropped, and Mr. Assange has completed his 50-week sentence. He is not accused of any crime outside the United States, but he remains at the Belmarsh prison in London while Britain decides on his extradition. His bail requests have so far been rejected. Several doctors have said that Mr. Assange suffers from depression and memory loss and could attempt to kill himself if he were extradited. Personal liberty still eludes WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange, despite a ruling by a United Nations legal panel that has declared his confinement “arbitrary and illegal”. Analyse ethical issues involved in the above case. Should Mr Julian Assange be pardoned? State your opinion. 10 marks

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5th March 2021| Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

Important Announcement:  Topics to be covered on 8th March-

GS-1  Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism.

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

Question 1)

What do you understand by the ‘age structure’ of a population? Discuss its relevance for economic development and growth. 10 marks

Question 2)

There has been a growing pattern of domicile based employment preference. Besides the issue of the constitutionality of such policies, what are the other implications? 10 marks

Question 3)

Discuss the various aspects of the ‘Reforms-Linked, Result-Based Scheme for Distribution’ (RLRBSD), what are the challenges in its success? 10 marks

Question 4)  

With one example from your own life and experience, describe an event/incident which made you realize the importance of compassion. 10 marks

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