This is question set #18 of ‘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 reservation counter-productive? (1500 words)
- GS 1 Paper: [Indian History/Patel] – Without Sardar Patel, there would have been no unified India. Critically analyze. (200 words)
- GS 2 Paper: [International Relations/India-China] – What are the areas of contention between India and China? Assess the progress in India-China relations in the background of recent bilateral talks. (200 words)
- GS 3 Paper: [Indian Economy/Supply Chain Management] – What do you mean by supply chain management? Identify the bottlenecks faced by food processing sector in India.(200 words)
- GS 4 Paper: [Philosophy/Ethics]– Trace the ethical and moral aspects of Indian culture particularly in the background of our ancient texts including Manu Smrithi and Bhagavat Gita. (200 words)
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PS: Aspirants can select any question they wish to answer in the comment space provided below specifying the question. 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.