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Answer Writing Practice for CSE 2017

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  • 16 Nov 2016 Wednesday

    Topic - GS 2

    PFB the questions (First two questions are from Insights, refer Hindu and third one is from 2013 UPSC) ::

    Q Recently, the Chief Justice has been quite vocal and unsparing in his criticism of the delay on the part of the executive in filling up vacancies. In your opinion, how does this delay affect judiciary? How can judiciary and executive find ways to halt delay in judicial appointments? Critically examine (200 Words)

    Q. “While the sterling contribution of the court in asserting the inviolability of and expounding the right to dignity as the core constitutional value has been universally acclaimed, questions recur about the rightful limits of judicial intervention in the matter of policy choices in the executive and legislative domains.” In the light of the statements, critically discuss the limits of judicial review in a parliamentary democracy. (200 Words)

    Q. 'The supreme court of India keeps a check on the arbitrary powers of parliament in amending the constitution'. Discuss critically. (200 Words)


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  • Please review
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  • @stable_graphene @raksha ,@strength and @others

    Can you please review the answers ?

    Please take your time.

    Hope I am not burdening you guys. Sorry :)

  • edited November 2016
    Che said:

    Please review
    Q1.

    Read answer 1 @Che. If it's written within time limit, then really commendable write-up. However, I found the concluding part a bit incomplete especially lack of suggestions citing current developments like the memorandum of procedure of appointment reached between govt. And judiciary for speedy appointment and suggestion like that of national judicial service exam by an independent body similar to upsc for elevation of judges based on their merit. This will improve the transparency a lot. Apart from it, bringing the judicial appointments under the ambit of RTI can work wonder if implemented properly. E-court can be mentioned in a single line for giving it a wide angle maybe.
    But overall an answer worth appreciation and envy. :)
    GRAPHENE v 2.0....
  • Che said:

    Please review
    Q1.

    Very Nice answer . Adding few points, on what must be done to expedite the judicial appointments.
    - Indifference regarding MoP (Memorandum Of procedure ) for judge appointments between the centre and judiciary must be resolved soon
    - Hassle and war of words between Centre and judiciary solves no purpose , instead must expedite judicial appointments
    - Recent CJIs statement that - " a decade back we had shortage of court rooms with sufficient judges, but now we have enough court rooms , but shortage of judges" conveys the heavy burden of cases judiciary is facing
  • CheChe
    edited November 2016

    Che said:

    Please review
    Q1.

    Read answer 1 @Che. If it's written within time limit, then really commendable write-up. However, I found the concluding part a bit incomplete especially lack of suggestions citing current developments like the memorandum of procedure of appointment reached between govt. And judiciary for speedy appointment and suggestion like that of national judicial service exam by an independent body similar to upsc for elevation of judges based on their merit. This will improve the transparency a lot. Apart from it, bringing the judicial appointments under the ambit of RTI can work wonder if implemented properly. E-court can be mentioned in a single line for giving it a wide angle maybe.
    But overall an answer worth appreciation and envy. :)
    Thanks for the comments.. I breached the time limit took around 15 minutes to write
    Actually for the second part I was short of points so took some extra time.

    Will make note of these points
  • CheChe
    edited November 2016
    strength said:

    Che said:

    Please review
    Q1.

    Very Nice answer . Adding few points, on what must be done to expedite the judicial appointments.
    - Indifference regarding MoP (Memorandum Of procedure ) for judge appointments between the centre and judiciary must be resolved soon
    - Hassle and war of words between Centre and judiciary solves no purpose , instead must expedite judicial appointments
    - Recent CJIs statement that - " a decade back we had shortage of court rooms with sufficient judges, but now we have enough court rooms , but shortage of judges" conveys the heavy burden of cases judiciary is facing
    Ok thanks for the comments and suggestions :)
  • Che said:

    @stable_graphene @raksha ,@strength and @others

    Can you please review the answers ?

    Please take your time.

    Hope I am not burdening you guys. Sorry :)

    Hey 3rd answer regarding amendment is written well keep it up :) ..u can add few points like emphasis on criticism of judicial reviews. Again what are the issues of contention between parliament and sc regarding amendments etc:) will write and revert back to you:)





  • raksha said:

    Che said:

    @stable_graphene @raksha ,@strength and @others

    Can you please review the answers ?

    Please take your time.

    Hope I am not burdening you guys. Sorry :)

    Hey 3rd answer regarding amendment is written well keep it up :) ..u can add few points like emphasis on criticism of judicial reviews. Again what are the issues of contention between parliament and sc regarding amendments etc:) will write and revert back to you:)
    Thanks @raksha for reviewing
    Sure :)
  • 18 Nov 2016 Friday

    Topic - GS 3

    PFB the questions (First two questions are from Insights, refer Hindu or livemint and third one is from 2013 UPSC) ::

    Q. Critically analyse impact of demonetization on the unorganized sector. (200 Words)

    Q. What are the different types of agricultural subsidies given to farmers at the national level and at state levels ? Critically analyse the agriculture subsidy regime with reference to distortions created by it. (200 Words)

    Q. Discuss how convergence of IT and defence industries in India is in their mutual interest as well as in the national interest. (200 Words)


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  • Che said:

    18 Nov 2016 Friday

    Topic - GS 3

    PFB the questions (First and third question are from Insights, refer Hindu, IE or livemint and Second one is from 2013 UPSC) ::

    Q. Critically analyse impact of demonetization on the unorganized sector. (200 Words)

    Q. What are the different types of agricultural subsidies given to farmers at the national level and at state levels ? Critically analyse the agriculture subsidy regime with reference to distortions created by it. (200 Words)

    Q. Discuss how convergence of IT and defence industries in India is in their mutual interest as well as in the national interest. (200 Words)


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    enjoy :smile:

  • CheChe
    edited November 2016
    20 Nov 2016 Sunday

    Topic - GS 4

    PFB the questions:

    Q.Differentiate between climate justice and climate ethics. Discuss their significance. (150 Words)

    Q. Given below is a quotation of great moral thinker, bring out what it means to you in the present context

    " There is enough on this earth for every one's need but for no one's greed - Mahatma Gandhi (150 Words)



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  • Answer for climate justice and ethics
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  • Seriously sorry doston!
    Will be joining you all in few days... Till then keep writing and reviewing.
    Dum Spiro Spero
  • raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Flavour of literature..! :)
    Expressive write-up.
    You can add constitutional provisions and also the recent climate conventions.
    Dum Spiro Spero
  • edited November 2016
    raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Felt it a bit complicated to understand. There was use of very good points and quotes given that it was GS-4 question but I found the articulation of points a bit weak. If you can work and improve upon that aspect, it would be wonderful.
    GRAPHENE v 2.0....
  • raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Nicely written raksha.
    But what i felt was , there was discontinuity between one point to the next point, that was making it hard to understand. If we write ethics in paragraphs, think it will be better.

    Quoting everyday examples would add value to Ethics answers and make the answer simpler, like climate ethics - taking public transport, car pooling, switching off lights etc. Climate Justice - developed countries giving finance to developing one's for mitigation and adaptation, polluting industries asked to reduce emission standards etc.

    Overall a good answer , with nice quotes and well mentioned differences
  • raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Flavour of literature..! :)
    Expressive write-up.
    You can add constitutional provisions and also the recent climate conventions.
    Oh thanks:) true thoda likh sakte hai right to live and all :)
  • raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Felt it a bit complicated to understand. There was use of very good points and quotes given that it was GS-4 question but I found the articulation of points a bit weak. If you can work and improve upon that aspect, it would be wonderful.
    :) for sure ..i too felt the same after posting :p will work upon that ..

  • strength said:

    raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Nicely written raksha.
    But what i felt was , there was discontinuity between one point to the next point, that was making it hard to understand. If we write ethics in paragraphs, think it will be better.

    Quoting everyday examples would add value to Ethics answers and make the answer simpler, like climate ethics - taking public transport, car pooling, switching off lights etc. Climate Justice - developed countries giving finance to developing one's for mitigation and adaptation, polluting industries asked to reduce emission standards etc.

    Overall a good answer , with nice quotes and well mentioned differences
    Yes ..u are right ..my answer becm complicated ..thoda lucid likhna chahiye tha ..and general eg dene chahye ..improve next time dost:)



  • raksha said:

    strength said:

    raksha said:

    Answer for climate justice and ethics

    Nicely written raksha.
    But what i felt was , there was discontinuity between one point to the next point, that was making it hard to understand. If we write ethics in paragraphs, think it will be better.

    Quoting everyday examples would add value to Ethics answers and make the answer simpler, like climate ethics - taking public transport, car pooling, switching off lights etc. Climate Justice - developed countries giving finance to developing one's for mitigation and adaptation, polluting industries asked to reduce emission standards etc.

    Overall a good answer , with nice quotes and well mentioned differences
    Yes ..u are right ..my answer becm complicated ..thoda lucid likhna chahiye tha ..and general eg dene chahye ..improve next time dost:)



    :)
  • Please review.. though exceeded the required time limit of 5-6 mins...took 11mins to writeimage
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    •~dangal dangal~•
    If those who think to achieve,
    Have a firm and focused mind,
    They will realize what they thought of,
    And even as they have thought of.
    Thirukkural
  • 21 Nov 2016 Monday

    Topic - GS 1

    PFB the questions:

    Q. Discuss the various social problems which originated out of the speedy process of
    urbanization in India.

    Q. Transportation linkages and Government policies are two important factors influencing the establishment of Footloose industries. What are the other factors, which influences the location of these industries. Discuss it in the context of India.


    Enjoy :smile:
  • Please review.. though exceeded the required time limit of 5-6 mins...took 11mins to writeimage

    nice answer @doctor_zero, intro was fabulous: got flown by the way it turned from features of indian agriculture to need for subsidy.
    Citing of pusa 16 at the end was cherry at the top.
    Mentioning of effects of MSP as distortion of cropping pattern with punjab as focal point could've been added (or just could've been named in salination paragraph), but still I didn't felt it missing given the nice flow of the answer. If possible, I felt body portion can be arranged more better in points. But still was a good read.

    keep writing. A little bit improvement could give astounding effects to this.
    GRAPHENE v 2.0....
  • @stable_graphene thanks for d review :) next time will try to write in a more organised way.
    •~dangal dangal~•
    If those who think to achieve,
    Have a firm and focused mind,
    They will realize what they thought of,
    And even as they have thought of.
    Thirukkural
  • edited November 2016
    A self-thought question: attempt if wish to:

    "India's deteriorating infrastructure and inability to provide it's citizens security from accidents arising out of it is a cause of more concern than the one of lack of it in adequate amounts and it's subsequent creation."
    In the light of recent Indore-patna rail mishap, discuss the various problems the railway sector is facing keeping in view the above comment and suggest various reforms and improvements required in the sector.
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  • A similar question from point of view of mains:

    "India's deteriorating infrastructure and inability to provide it's citizens security from accidents arising out of it is a cause of more concern than the one of lack of it in adequate amounts and it's subsequent creation."
    In light of increasing accidental deaths in the country albeit many ways, discuss the reasons for them and suggest recommendations to reduce such deaths.
    GRAPHENE v 2.0....
  • Please review.. though exceeded the required time limit of 5-6 mins...took 11mins to writeimage

    Very good answer ..good coherence of points i must say u used data in terms of agricultural subsidies in a very effective manner ..try to be a bit systematic while framing ur body of answer as@stable_graphene suggested. .but overall its a nice attempt. Keep writing :)

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