This is Questions Set #5, under our new segment ‘Clear IAS Mains High Value Answer Writing Test Series’. Mains High Value Answer Writing is a UPSC mains oriented program from ClearIAS.com that consists of 5 questions in each post, published around 8 pm every day. Each of the 5 questions are selected from 5 papers mentioned in UPSC Mains syllabus namely Essay, GS1, GS2, GS3 and GS4 (ethics). Selected questions of high probability to be asked UPSC mains are included in each of these mini tests. Aspirants can choose any question they wish to answer in the comment space provided below, specifying the question number and question topic.
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Questions for Answer Writing – Selections for today:
- Essay Paper: Is Gandhian Philosophy relevant today? (1500 words)
- GS 1 Paper: [Geography] – Distinguish between El Nino and La Nina? Explain the influence of ENSO in Indian monsoons. (200 words)
- GS 2 Paper: [International Relations] – From a bipolar world in 1960’s and a uni-polar world after 1990s, now the world is shifting towards a multi-polar world. Critically analyze. (200 words)
- GS 3 Paper: [Food Processing] – What is the scope of India as a food processing hub? What are the upstream and downstream requirements in a food processing industry? (200 words)
- GS 4 Paper: [Ethics/Satyagraha] – Explain the philosophy behind Satyagraha? Can every non-violent method of conflict resolution be called Satyagraha? Explain the types of Satyagraha used by Gandhiji in his mass campaigns. (200 words)
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Clear IAS Mains High Value Answer Writing is a free program from ClearIAS.com. Any UPSC aspirant, interested to polish his/her writing skills or to learn the art of writing high value answers to boost the score in UPSC Civil Services Mains can participate in it. The official team from ClearIAS.com may review selected answers, and guide aspirants to improve the answer structure. Fellow aspirants, experienced candidates or toppers can also comment and suggest improvements for each of the answers. The platform is free and open to public with a view of better sharing and learning. You can read more about the Clear IAS Mains High Value Answer Writing Test Series objectives and rules in the hyperlink.
PS: Aspirants can select any question they wish to answer in the comment space provided below specifying the question number and question topic. Answering 3-4 questions, does not take much of your time. But for those who engage regularly in answer writing, the resultant score improvement in actual UPSC exam would be exponential.