Parivarthan IAS Connecting The Dots [Daily Answer Writing Program] 24 August 2019
Hello all ,Owing to importance of Mains answer writing in clearing Civil services examination, parivarthan IAS has launched this initiative supported by many successful aspirants.Use this platform judiciously and to your benefit. To facilitate easy upload of answers, we are also providing an answer writing platform. You can just open the link , access questions , upload your answers , so you have an option for peer evaluation and also expert evaluation, thus 2 layered evaluation and inputs can be obtained. Always always keep this in your mind it’s your ability to write good quality answers for Mains is an important determinant of your success in Civil services Examination.
- You can upload pics of the answers you write in the comments section.
- As more answers are uploaded , more peer to peer evaluation and understanding will develop.
- By reading others answers you can learn a lot.
- Lastly some of the best answers are again evaluated by successful aspirants and given detailed feedback.
Keep writing, keep growing!
All the best!!
Dr G Vivekananda
Mains questions based on August 24th (Saturday) Current Affairs
(Each Question has to be written in 250 words)15m
Ethics Question: 150 Words
Q1)”Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will”- Nelson Mandela. Analyse the relevance of the statement to present times.
Q2) Fourteen centuries ago, the Roman Catholic Church listed anger as one of the seven deadly sins alienating man from his higher self. Do you agree with this? What suitable measures should be taken for addressing this emerging social concern.
Q3) Never tell people how to do things , Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity. Explain what lessons on leadership can be learnt from above statement.
Q4) “There is a higher court than courts of Justice and that is the court of conscience. It supersedes all other courts”. Interpret the statement in the context of declining individual morals and escalating violence in Indian society.
Questions framed by Dr G Vivekananda