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Question 1)

India’s geology encompasses the entire geological history of the earth. Elaborate. What is the link between India’s mineral resource distribution and her geological structure? (10 Marks)

Question 2)

Critically analyse key features of proposal for enactment of Dam Safety Bill – 2018. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

What is Bioplastic? Examine whether use of bioplastic is safe in comparison to petroleum based plastic or are likely to contribute more in global greenhouse gas emission if its use increases? (150 W /10 M)

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He who has not forgiven an enemy has not yet tasted one of the most sublime enjoyments of life. – ‘Johann K. Lavatu’ (10 marks 150 words)

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Question 1)

Political power is the key to all social progress. Critically comment in the context of lack of women political representative in India? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

What is Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT)? Describe various reasons for which India is being sued in different cases. Do you think that there is need to redraw the BITs in India’s context? Explain. (200 W/ 12 ½ M)

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As climate is changing, creating resilient food systems has become the need of the hour. How can Zero budget natural farming help in this regard? (200 W 12½ M)

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Be the Servant of all, and do not try in the least to govern other. Nobody will come to help you if you will put yourself forward as a leader. Kill self first, if you want to lead. – ‘Swami Vivekananda’ (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

How did the architecture of Delhi Sultanate period reflect contemporary socio-politico-economic realities? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 2)

Despite the world moving towards SDGs and increased Human Rights recognition, few section of the society are still being considered as Criminal by Birth. Analyze in the context of ‘De-notified and Nomadic Tribes’ and steps taken to end their discrimination. Are these steps sufficient? Suggest way forward. (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 3)

To address agrarian distress, raising farm income is very important. How can it be done? Analyse. (150 W/ 10 M)

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‘Affirmative action policies are objectionable because they come at the expense of recognition of merit.’ Discuss. (250 W/ 15 M)

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Answer Writing Enhancement Schedule for the Month of December

In order to enhance the writing skills we have also planned to cover the entire syllabus in the process. The question will be asked based on the current trends of UPSC i.e. the question will be the blend of basics as well as current affairs.

Paper – I

Subjects Covered: Indian Society i.e. salient features, diversity in India, role of women’s organizations, poverty and development issues, population and associated issues, urbanization and its problems and remedies, effects of globalization on Indian Society, social empowerment, communalism, secularism, regionalism etc.

World History i.e. Industrial Revolution, French Revolution, Nationalism in Europe, Colonialism and Imperialism, Emergence of USA, WW-I, Russian Revolution, After war years (1919-1939), WW-II, Development in Middle East, Cold War, Post Cold War World etc.

Geography (Physical and General) i.e. Salient features of world’s physical geography (Geomorphology, Oceanography, climatology), distribution of key natural resources across world (including south Asia and Indian Sub-continent), Factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the world (including India), Important geophysical phenomena, geographical features and their location and Changes in critical geographical features etc.

Post Independence Consolidation i.e. Reorganizations of states, Linguistic Regionalism in India, Tribal issue and policy consolidation, issue of women and evolution of women movement, problem of caste and social consolidation, communalism and social consolidation, issues of linguistic minorities, Overview of economic development since independence, Agriculture, Industry, New Economic policy, Post Independence Policy of Science and Technology etc.

Indian Culture i.e. Paleolithic art, Art and Culture during Indus Valley civilization, Religion and Indian Philosophy, Architecture and sculpture since Mauryan Age, Indian paintings, Classical forms of Dance, Folk dance forms, Classical music, Musical Instruments, Drama/theatre, Puppet forms of India, Indian pottery, Indian literature, Government institutions related to art and culture, Culture and social change etc.

Modern Indian History i.e. British Conquest of India, British Administration, Early Resistance to British Rule, Nationalism in India, Indian Freedom struggle under Gandhi, Social Reforms in British India, Struggle by Masses and Partition of India etc.

Paper – II

Subjects Covered: Indian Polity and Constitution and its various features, Governance (i.e. policies formulation, implementation, government interventions, development process, agencies and citizens’ welfare.), International Relations (more in the context of recent developments)

Paper – III

Subjects Covered: Agriculture and related issues (i.e. Role of agriculture in economy, land resource/reforms, finance, subsidies, marketing, Agri-revolutions, food-processing, etc.),

Indian Economy (i.e. issues relating to planning, resource mobilization, inclusive growth, industrial policies and development, infrastructure (energy, ports, roads, airports, railways etc. and investment models))

Science & Technology: Institutional structure, policies after independence, nanotechnology, IT, Space, Electronics, Defence, Energy, Biotechnology, Nuclear Tech, Telecommunication and their applications and effects in everyday life, Achievements of Indians in S&T etc.

Environment: Biodiversity, water and related issues, environment and urbanization, mining and environment, agriculture and environment, renewable energy, EIA, Concept of sustainable development, recent conventions and summits and contemporary issues etc.

Internal Security: Linkages of development and spread of extremisms, Role of external state and non state actors in creating challenge to internal security, challenges to internal security through communication networks, role of media and social networking sites, Basics of Cyber Security, Money Laundering and prevention, security challenges in border areas/linkages of organized crime with terrorism and various security forces and agencies and their mandates.

Paper – IV

Subjects Covered: Ethics Integrity and Aptitude: Ethics and human interface, Human values, Aptitude and foundational values of Civil Services, Attitude, Emotional Intelligence, Values and ethics in Public Administration, Ethics in International Relations, Corporate Governance and corporate social responsibility, Probity in Governance, Leaders/Reformers and Administrators’ contributions of thinkers (Indian and World Leaders), Applied Ethics and CASE STUDIES related to the issues of above topics (most probably on contemporary issues).

NOTE: Apart from the above details of syllabus the questions will also be from contemporary issues since January 2018 in order to cover the important and relevant topics of current times.

 

 

Schedule for the Second, Third and Fourth Week of December:

SL No. Date Topic:

Paper 1 and 4 (i.e. question 1 and 4 will cover the following topics)

 

Current Affairs:

Paper 1, 2 and 3 (i.e. question no 1, 2 and 3 will cover the following topics)

 

1 10th December 2018 Topics:

·         British Conquest of India and British Administration (till 1857).

·         Ethics and its Dimensions: Relation with laws and human values. (contemporary analysis)

 

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 5th of December 2018)

2 11th December 2018 Topics:

·         Culture: Mughal Architecture and contemporary impacts

·         Ethics: Human Values: Consequences of human action and behaviour.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 6th of December 2018)

3 12th December 2018 Topics:

·         Society: Issues related to women and women organization.

·         Ethics: Philosophers and Thinkers: (Indian)

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 7th of December 2018)

4 13th December 2018 Topics:

·         Geographical Features of Earth: Basic understanding about earth.

·         Philosophers and Thinkers: (Foreign)

 

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 8th of December 2018)

5 14th December 2018 Topics:

·         World History: Global impact on Indian History writings.

Case Studies on the Ethics:

·         Most probably on current issues.

 

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 9th of December 2018)

6 15th December 2018 Topics:

·         Issues related to women empowerment and political representation.

Case Studies on the Ethics:

·         Most probably on current issues.

 

 

         Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 10th of December 2018)

7 17th December 2018 Topics:

·         Geomorphology: Forces affecting the landforms, Earth’s crust and land slides.

·         Attitude, Aptitude and foundational values of Civil Services: Work Culture.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 12th of December 2018)

8 18th December 2018 Topics:

·         Modern Indian History: French Conquest to India and related issues.

·         Values and ethics in Public Administration: Ethical Governance.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 13th of December 2018)

9 19th December 2018 Topics:

·         Indian Nationalism and Unity and related issues in contemporary context.

·         Philosophers and Thinkers: (Foreign)

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 14th of December 2018)

10 20th December 2018 Topics:

·         Art and Culture: Mauryan Empire

·         Philosophers and Thinkers: (Foreign)

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 15th of December 2018)

11 21st December 2018 Topics:

·         Indian Society: Changing Nature of Caste in Modern India.

Case Studies on the Ethics:

·         Most probably on current issues.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 16th of December 2018)

12 22nd December 2018 Topics:

·         World History: Imperialist conquest of Asia and Africa.

Case Studies on the Ethics:

·         Most probably on current issues.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 17th of December 2018)

13 24th December 2018 Topics:

·         Disaster Management and India’s preparedness.

·         Values and ethics in Public Administration.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 19th of December 2018)

14 26th December 2018 Topics:

·         Indian River Systems and issues associated with it in contemporary context.

·         Ethics and Human Values, Human Interface and Foundational Values.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 21st of December 2018)

15 27th December 2018 Topics:

·         Social Issues: Education Sector Reforms in India and related current phenomena.

·         Philosophers and Thinkers: (Foreign)

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 22nd of December 2018)

16 28th December 2018 Topics:

·         Earth Quake, Tsunami, and related geomorphologic phenomena. Causes and features of Tsunami.

·         Philosophers and Thinkers: (Foreign)

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 23rd of December 2018)

17 29th December 2018 Topics:

·         Sex Ratio in India and various schemes dedicated for the same.

Case Studies on the Ethics:

·         Most probably on current issues.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 24th of December 2018)

18 31st December 2018 Topics:

·         Atmospheric Phenomena: Ozone, layers and associated issues. Surface Ozone.

Case Studies on the Ethics:

·         Most probably on current issues.

Topics:

·         CivilsDaily Current Affairs Monthly Magazine for the month of June.

·         Past five days op-ed (i.e. since 25th of December 2018)

NOTE: The changes made in topics will be intimated in advance.

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10th December 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

“The British Conquest of India was an outcome of neither a pre-planned strategy nor harmonious actions on the part of the British.” Elucidate. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

The Electoral Bond is meant to bring transparency in political funding and electoral processes. However, prima facie it appears that the scheme cannot really deliver what it was intended to. Identify the lacuna in Electoral Bond Scheme and suggest suitable measures. (200 W/ 12½ M)

Question 3)

Many economists are suggesting that RBI should intervene to stop free fall of Rupees. Discuss the pros and cons of RBI intervention? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

Examine the relationship between laws and ethics? Are they ever in contradiction? Are laws enough to promote ethical behaviour? Explain with examples. (250 W/ 15 M)

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Question 1)

The legacy of WWII is getting diluted in the 21st century. Comment. (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 2)

Custodial torture represents the worst form of human rights violation. Do you agree? Discuss India’s stand on the issue.(250 W/ 15 M)

Question 3)

Many economists suggest that Minimum support prices for various agricultural commodities should be replaced by a system of price deficiency payments to farmers. Do you agree with the view? Critically discuss? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 4)

Ethics Case Study: You are a judge in High Court. You are hearing a case against a religious person who has a wide following in the area. He is convicted in a criminal case. The situation is very tense. The followers have all gathered around the city in large numbers. The judgement being delivered against him will erupt violence. How do the religious sentiments of people play a role in delivering judgments or affecting the official capacity of judges in such cases? In the above case, what qualities or attributes of the judge are at stake? What role does the external pressure play in affecting judgments in such cases? (250 W/ 15 M)

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7th December 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

India is lagging behind in global demand of education and employability. Discuss India’s state of education sector and suggest necessary reforms needed. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

What do you understand by Fugitive Economic Offender? Recently Parliament has passed Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill to making it an Act. Discuss the need for this Act and concerns associated with it? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 3)

The policies of the Pre-Liberalization era are responsible for jobless growth phenomenon that we are witnessing since the start of liberalization in 1991? Discuss (250 W/15 M)

Question 4)

Ethics Case Study: India is facing the burning issue of cow protectionism which is also witnessed by many self-appointed “cow protectors” who have committed brutal attacks against Muslims and Dalits over rumors that they sold, bought, or killed cows for beef. You are a senior investigation officer and from source you got to know that a social activist involved in cow protection is smuggling cows in lure of money. While investigating you found that he is in contact with various slaughtering houses where he used to supply cows. He is a reputed activist and considered responsible and honest by other social activists which debars him from being doubted by others of any malpractices. He used to take advantages of this trust of masses on him and on the backdrop of it, he used to carry (transport) cows without any security problems. No one from the security was questioning him for such movement due to his reputation. 1. There is a sure possibility of being fire up communal violence upon his arrest which may trigger law and order problems everywhere. How will you control this situation? 2. Considering the entire situation, what course of action do you think is possible? Justify your actions with suitable measures. (250 W / 15 M)

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Question 1)

Many foreign scholars opined that Indians had no sense of history writing and whatever was written in the name of history is nothing more than a story without any sense. Do you agree with this view. Critically discuss? (150 W/10 M)

Question 2)

Sedition law has often been in news for all the wrong reasons. But it still remains an important legislation. Comment.

Question 3)

The climate change and economic uncertainties have affected the Indian farmers most leading to farm distress and rising number of suicides. Discuss different government initiatives towards farmers’ distress and analyze whether Minimum Basic Payment will be beneficial to address the problems. (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 4)

The rape of small girls on the scale at which it is currently taking place, especially in the north, signifies a breakdown of the ethical order of common living. Do you agree? Suggest solutions.(10 Marks)

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Question 1)

Highlight the similarities and differences in the approach of Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi in the struggle for freedom of their respective countries? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

While it is expected that electoral bonds will usher a new era of transparency in India’s electoral politics, however many skeptics believe that it would endanger democracy. Discuss (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

Planning Commission has played very important role in post independence economic growth. Concerning with the current scenario of slow economic growth and abysmal performance of various sectors, do you think there is a need to revive Planning Commission in order to bring stability and fuel economic growth? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 4)

“If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher.” – A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. Analyse. (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

The Permanent Settlement somewhat secured the interests of the Zamindars, post-poned those of the tenants and permanently sacrificed those of the state. Examine (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 2)

Critically analyse the recent government proposal of Lateral Entry into the Civil Services. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

The recent survey by National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) shows worsening conditions of India’s Rural Economy with falling income and reduced employment. Identify the various factors responsible and suggest suitable measures. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

Explain why following should be treated as misconduct as per central civil services (conduct) Rules 1964? (a) An employee writing letter to Governor of his state making allegation against ‘head’ of his office. (b) A civil servant doing a part time job in an educational institution. (75 Words each/ 5*2=10 marks)

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Question 1)

What are seismic waves? How have they helped in understanding the structure of the earth? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 2)

Judicial Primacy in appointment of judges is a part of basic structure, however both proposed NJAC and the current collegium system violates that? Comment. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

What is a Bad Bank, can it help create Good Banks in India? Critically analyse. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

Most youngsters in India seem to be motivated more by the perks and privileges associated with government jobs than the prospects of public service. What would you do to change the scenario? (150 W/ 10 M)

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1st December 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

According to many Sociologists, in contemporary India, traditional joint families are being replaced by functional joint families. What do you understand by functional joint families? Why it is increasing in recent years? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

The draft forest policy, 2018 has been released recently. But, it has attracted more criticism than compliments. Critically analyse the various contentions leveled against the policy. (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 3)

Examine the impact of climate change on Indian agriculture. Highlight India’s efforts to counter it with a special focus on National Innovations in Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA). (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

Mr. Biswas is a civil servant in the PMO office. Lately there has been a lot of activity happening around the present education policy and the right to education. Mr. Biswas gets an invitation from a news channel to a debate on the issue. The news channel assures that it will be a non political intellectual debate. The other invitees will be from other prominent field of education. Being a Civil Servant what should Mr. Biswas do? Whether he should express himself on a public platform or not? Suggest Mr. Biswas a suitable action in this regard. (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

Critics point out that India’s population control policy is soft towards the male participant, which has led to many negative implications for women. Highlight those implications and also point out what changes are required in India’s population policy. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

How far do you agree with the view that Rajya Sabha has done nothing exceptional in last 70 years except stalling work and therefore it should be abolished? (10 Marks)

Question 3)

What do you understand by Dutch disease in economics? Is it beneficial or harmful to the economy? Critically analyse in the context of contemporary Indian economy? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

Ethics Case Study: A two year old male child is suffering from physical deformities and also is mentally retarded. The Physician informed that he would probably have lived to his fifth birthday but not more than that. The parents of the boy have no formal education and are working at a factory with a monthly salary of Rs. 3000 to sustain their life and another 3 children with no health insurance. Monthly expense for medication and special diet for the child is Rs 2,500. The parents have requested for the Physician to provide any sort of help as they don’t have enough money to take care of the child. They even said that if there could not be any way out, it will be better for them to let the child die. What should the doctor do and why? How the doctor should balance the Beneficence and non-maleficence? (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

The economic theory by linking Indian poverty to colonialism was trying to corrode the moral authority of colonial rule, and also perhaps by implication challenging the whole paternalistic imperialism or British benevolence. Comment. (150 W/10 M)

Question 2)

A dedicated privacy law is being demanded vociferously in the country. In this context it is said that the data protection framework will need to treat privacy as a social and not just an individual need. Discuss.(150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

What are the uses and advantages of Lithium ion batteries? Examine India’s technological and manufacturing capabilities in this crucial product. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 4)

What is your conception of Good Life? How can it be attained? (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

Buddhism as a religion has impacted so deep and affected philosophy and art of adaptive country that it penetrated the entire fabric of Chinese Culture. Explain. (200 W)

Question 2)

Mental illness is a critical health concern in India which also faces social stigma. In context of this analyze the importance of New Mental Health Care Act which came into force in July 2018. Also discuss challenges of mental health care system in the country. (200 W)

Question 3)

What is contract farming? Critically analyze the features of the draft “Model Contract Farming Act – 2018”. (150 W)

Question 4)

How would you classify the conscience? Suppose an old man has a pension claim before a civil servant and according to law it is a doubtful claim, what he should do and why? (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

Kabir was one of the chief exponents of the Bhakti movement in the medieval period. Discuss the Relevance of teachings of Kabir in Contemporary India? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

Considering the legacy of Independent Democracy, India should refrain from interfering in sovereign matters of Bhutan. Analyze the statement in the context of recent General Election in Bhutan. (200 W/ 12 ½ M)

Question 3)

What do you understand by virtual reality? Assess its potential in transforming education sector along with other potential applications in line with Indian Technology Vision of 2035. (200 W/ 12 ½ M)

Question 4)

India is notorious for high levels of corruption. Assess the nature of the problem of corruption in India. Suggest reforms. (150 W/ 10 M)

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Question 1)

“The Enlightenment thinkers differed widely amongst themselves, but all of them shared some major ideas that together make up the philosophy of Enlightenment.” Elucidate. (150 W)

Question 2)

“Far from enabling some sort of constitutional rule, governors have consistently been party to all sorts of unconstitutional and unethical moves to undermine democracy and federalism in India.” Examine the statement in the context of recent constitutional crisis in different Indian states. (200 W 12½ M)

Question 3)

What is cloud computing and what are the security risks associated with it? Do you think it is helpful in improving the quality of governance? Discuss with examples. (150 W)

Question 4)

The crisis of ethics in public life is more because of attitudinal problem of public servants rather than organisational ineffectiveness. Critically analyse. (150 W)

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Changes in the Daily AWE Program

Dear Students,

The Daily AWE Program has been well received with a huge number of enrollments which are expected to only increase in the coming months. We were not prepared for this kind of response and are in the process of adding more experienced folks as reviewers to handle the burden.

As the program evolves, we have to make certain changes to ensure a smooth functioning and quality.

  1. Students will be given 10 days extra for wrapping up the previous month. Meaning, if you enroll for the month of November, you can submit answers for questions posted in November(from 1st to last day of November) till 10th December. The deadline makes sense for students as old questions might not have relevance anymore.
  2. We will follow a monthly cycle. Meaning you enroll for a particular month. If you join on the 9th of December, you will have access to the month December from the first day to the last day of December. It will *NOT* be from 9th December to 9th January. You will be expected to manage time to submit the answers for the days you’ve missed.
  3. Students joining after 25th of a particular month can opt for AWE for the next month. Meaning – if you join on 26th of November, you have the option of enrolling for the month of December(1st to last day of December). Students who join on the 23rd of November will have close to 18 days to submit all answers for the month of November. We believe it is a good enough time to clear the backlog.  

The timelines for reviews has changed. 

We have observed that a good number of students are submitting answers to old questions much late and on weekends. This becomes a hassle at our end and prevents us from being quick without compromising on the quality.

We are committed to providing you reviews ASAP. But we will keep a 1-week deadline for students submitting their answers on the same day and a 2-week deadline for students submitting their answers late. This is to ensure that we don’t compromise on the quality just to stick to a deadline. It is better to get a proper review than to get a quicker review.

*PLEASE NOTE* – The above modifications apply for students who will be joining from the 26th of November. For our old students, these new rules are relaxed and they can submit the answers for November till 20th December. 

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24th November 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

Why did Buddhism spread outside India but Jainism could not? (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 2)

India has achieved the political justice, but not the social and economic justice. Illustrate the steps required to be taken towards its fulfillment. (150 W/ 10 M)

Question 3)

Give an account of the growth and development of renewable energy in India. Is India doing enough on the Renewable energy front? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 4)

Ethics: Political Manifestoes are considered to be the aspirations of people which the political bosses promise to fulfill after winning election. However, there is no accountability in case of false promise or failure to fulfill them. Analyze the moral issues involved in this case and suggest suitable measures to make our leaders accountable. (150 W/ 10 M)

 

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23rd November 2018 | Daily Answer Writing Enhancement

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Question 1)

It is said that most of the freshwater on earth is locked up in the Polar Regions. Can harvesting icebergs be the solution to the global water crisis? (250 W/ 15 M)

Question 2)

Will granting constitutional status to NCBC have significant impact on the socio-economic conditions of the OBC’s. Critically examine (10 marks)

Question 3)

What is the Twin Balance Sheet Problem of India? Will this lead to an economic crisis? What is the solution to avoid a crisis? (15 Marks)

Question 4)

Explain the following in not more than 70 words each. (a) Work ethics in government. (b) Orthodox loyalty to superiors in administration. (c) Accountability (d) Self-imposed morality v/s state imposed laws. (4×2.5=10 Marks)