Day 10:Write an essay on the following topics in 700 words:-
Essay 1: Social Media: Boon or Bane for Social Interactions and Relationships.
Outline of the Essay:
|Introduction||Define social media, emphasizing its rise and role in modern society, particularly in India with its 500+ million users as of 2023.|
|Social Media as a Boon||Discuss the positive impacts of social media on social interactions and relationships, using examples such as connecting long-lost friends, enabling political and social activism (like in the ‘India Against Corruption’ movement), and supporting self-expression and creativity among Indian youth.|
|Social Media as a Bane||Explore the potential negatives of social media on relationships and social interactions. Reference phenomena like cyberbullying, spread of misinformation (as seen during the COVID-19 pandemic), and negative impacts on mental health due to unrealistic self-comparison.|
|Impact on Personal Relationships||Highlight how social media can both facilitate new connections and strain existing relationships, often leading to a blurred line between online and offline identities.|
|Governmental and Legal Aspects||Discuss governmental responses and legal aspects of social media use, including regulations like the IT Rules 2021 and their implications for social media users in India.|
|Conclusion||Conclude with a balanced view, stating that social media is a tool and its impact on social interactions and relationships is largely dependent on how it is used by individuals and regulated by authorities.|
Essay 2:Power, Politics, and Ethics: Striking a Balance in Governance.
Outline of the Essay:
|Introduction||Explain the interplay of power, politics, and ethics in governance, emphasizing the challenges in striking a balance.|
|Power and Politics in Governance||Discuss the role of power and politics in governance, citing the example of India’s parliamentary system, its structure, and how it facilitates the execution of power.|
|Ethics in Governance||Discuss the importance of ethics in governance. Mention initiatives like the introduction of the ‘Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013’ as an attempt to ensure ethical practices in government.|
|Challenges in Striking a Balance||Discuss the challenges in maintaining a balance between power, politics, and ethics, referencing cases like the anti-corruption movements in India.|
|Case Study: Successful Balance||Present a case where a balance was successfully achieved, for example, the Right to Information Act (RTI) which increased transparency and accountability in governance.|
|The Role of Citizens||Discuss the crucial role of citizens in promoting ethical governance, with examples like Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement.|
|Policy Recommendations||Suggest policy measures to strike a better balance, such as stricter laws against corruption, more transparency in political funding, and better mechanisms for public participation.|
|Conclusion||Recap the importance of power, politics, and ethics in governance, and the ongoing quest for balance in India’s governance structures.|
Essay 3:Harnessing Renewable Energy Sources for a Sustainable Future.
Outline of the Essay:
|Introduction||Definition of renewable energy and its significance for a sustainable future, referencing India’s commitment to the Paris Agreement.|
|Current Energy Scenario in India||Discuss India’s current energy dependence on fossil fuels, referencing data from the Ministry of Power.|
|Potential of Renewable Energy in India||Discuss India’s potential in harnessing renewable energy, like solar (India receives about 3000 hours of sunshine annually, one of the highest globally) and wind energy (India is the 4th largest wind power producer in the world).|
|Government Initiatives||Discuss government initiatives such as the National Solar Mission which aims to achieve 100 GW of solar energy by 2022. Also, mention FAME (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India) to promote electric mobility.|
|Challenges and Solutions||Discuss challenges in renewable energy adoption, such as infrastructure, cost, and storage issues. Present solutions, like public-private partnerships, technology advancements, and policy interventions.|
|Role of Individuals and Communities||Highlight examples of communities or individuals harnessing renewable energy, like Dharnai village in Bihar becoming India’s first fully solar-powered village.|
|Conclusion||Recap the importance of renewable energy for a sustainable future, emphasizing the role of government, private sector, and individuals. Reiterate the urgency in light of climate change implications.|
Schedule of the program:
UPPCS Daily Answer Writing Program
Exam Date: 23rd– Sep 2023 Schedule for Daily Answer Writing
Start Date: 3rd– July 2023
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Mode of delivery: Online on Oracle IAS’s LMS
- User id and password will be provided to each candidate.
- Repository of all the questions and answers will be available from Day 1.
How the Daily UPPCS Answer Writing Program will be conducted?
- Topics from different subject for revision will be posted on the our Whatsapp/Telegram group.
- Next Day 2 questions per subject will be uploaded. (Total 6 Questions per day)
- Model Answer will be uploaded thereafter.
- Candidates have to self-evaluate their answers.
In total you will have 65+ days of answer writing practice with specific types of questions and answers.
Fees/Cost of the program:
Program Includes: 65+ days Daily Answer Writing + UPPCS Mains Solved Paper Book (Click Here for Sample)
Total Cost of the program: 1500 (answer writing)+ 450 (PYQ book) =
Rs. 1950 /-–> Rs. 1499/-
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