UPSC MAINS ANSWER WRITING PROGRAM

INTRODUCTION TO ANSWER WRITING FOR MAINS

A good answer is based on the following aspects

* What all Directives UPSC can use?   What do these Directives means?

Here is a simple list for you. We will further learn about their application by attempting past year questions

1. Enumerate :  Mention a number of things one by one or give the list of things.

Enumerate the indirect taxes which have been subsumed in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in
India. Also, comment on the revenue implications of the GST introduced in India
since July 2017.

2. Highlight : Draw special attention to something.

Highlight the structure, objectives and role of the Advertising government notification made
it more effective?

3. Outline: Give a summary of something.
4. Discuss:Write about a topic in detail, taking into account different issues or ideas.

Discuss the recommendations of the13th Finance Commission which have been a
departure from the previous commission for strengthening the local government
finances.

5. Explain: What is meant by a word, text, concept or action.

Explain the phenomenon of ozone depletion, is causes and effects. What efforts are needed
to reduce it ?

 6. Justify: Show or prove something.

“Non-performance of duty by a public servant is a
form of corruption”. Do you agree with this view ? Justify your answer.

7. Comment:Express an option or reaction.

Electronic cash transfer system for the welfare
schemes is an ambitious project to minimize corruption, eliminate wastage and
facilitate reforms. Comment.

8. Examine: Inspect someone or something thoroughly in order to determine their nature or condition.

Examine the effects of globalisation on poverty removal in India.

9. Elucidate : Make something clear; explain.

There is agrowing divergence in the relationship between poverty and hunger in India. The
shrinking of social expenditure by the government is forcing the poor to spend
more on non-food essential items squeezing their food-budget. – Elucidate.

10. Illustrate:Explain with the help of examples.
11. Evaluate: Give the pros and cons of the subject matter and draw a conclusion.

Evaluate Subhash Chandra Bose’s contribution to India’s Freedom.

12. Assess : Estimate the nature, ability, or quality of person, situation or any other thing. It may also mean evaluate in some questions.

Assess the impact of global warming on the coral life system with examples.

13. Analyze:Examine (something) methodically and in detail, typically in order to explain and interpret it.

Several foreigners made India their homeland and participated in various movements.
Analyze their role in the Indian struggle for freedom.

14. Critically evaluate/analyze:Give the pros and cons of the subject matter and explain why the negative weighs more than the positive. However, in some situation’s positives can weigh more than negatives.

“Compared to the South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA), the Bay of Bengal Initiative for
Multisectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation Free Trade Area (BIMSTEC FTA)
seems to be more promising.” Critically evaluate.

15. Critically examine/discuss critically:The question requires break up of issue or situation into various parts and thorough analysis of these parts.

Effective utilization of public funds is crucial to meet development goals. Critically
examine the reasons for under-utilization and mis-utilization of public funds
and their implications.

15. Critically examine/discuss critically:The question requires break up of issue or situation into various parts and thorough analysis of these parts.

Effective utilization of public funds is crucial to meet development goals. Critically
examine the reasons for under-utilization and mis-utilization of public funds
and their implications.

UPSC/UPPSC MAINS ANSWER WRITING PROGRAM BY IAS NEXT

 

There are many Civil services-UPSC aspirants who consider Civil Services Mains answer writing as the major challenge during the UPSC Mains preparation.

To solve this Problem, IAS NEXT has come up with a Weekly Answer writing course for Aspirants.

This Mains Answer writing course covers the whole syllabus of GS I, II, III & IV for UPSC an state level Mains Examinations.

Students can opt for, either the entire course covering all the General studies Papers or they can choose any of the GS paper/s out of the 4 in syllabus, depending upon their necessity.

This UPSC Mains answer writing course is a weekly based answer writing course for which the syllabus would be given to the UPSC aspirant.

This Answer writing course is going to aid them start the answer writing, get aware with the art of writing UPSC Mains answers, and will aid them to cover the entire UPSC / IAS and other state syllabus, which will help them to gain confidence and develop daily answer writing discipline.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The course details are as follows: –

  • Course duration – 4 Months
  • Answer writing – 1 Days/ Week.
  • Evaluation in 7 days
  • Model Answers
Benefits of joining this course: –
  • UPSC Aspirant Will learn the art of writing answers for UPSC Mains.
  • Aspirant Will be able to cover the whole syllabus for GS 1,2, 3 & 4, in an all-inclusive manner.
  • Will help in time management, a factor which disturbs paper completion.
  • Constant and rigorous answer writing rehearsal on a weekly basis will lead to improvisation in answer writing skill.
  • One to one doubt sessions and Guidance with the faculties are part of this course as guidance also helps in improving answer   quality which ultimately leads to higher ranks.

FEE: 6500/-

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