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Dear IAS aspirants,

Understand firstly that your ultimate aim is to score top rank in civil Services Examination, for which your score in Mains written exams carries high weightage. To score good marks in exam one has to write answer as expected by UPSC, which requires regular answer writing practice under experts’ guidance and mentorship.

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Instructions:

Now you are ready for answer writing practice. Write answer in your own hand by observing word limit per question. Also note the time taken to write the answer, this will help you to improve your speed. To start with, first of all download and print the answer sheets. (Link is given below) For Question, choose the level of question (GS Level 1, GS Level 2, Current Affairs)  and then select  question therein. Now write Question with its number in answer sheet then start writing answer below it. After completing the answer scan the same and make  jpg, gif, png, pdf, doc, docx, ppt, pptx, xls, xlsx, maximum file size: 5MB. Once you are ready with scanned copies of your answer sheets click ‘read more’ below the question to login through your Google account. Here upload the answer by clicking “choose File”.

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UPSC Civil Services GS-Mains Answer Writing Practice (GS Level 1)

Q. "What is the rationale for decentralized planning in India? Discuss the obstacles that have stood in the way of such planning?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Economy ...
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Q. "How are the principles followed by NITI Aayog different from those followed by the erstwhile planning commission in India?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Economy by Ramesh ...
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Q. "Discuss the measures taken in the Five-Year Plans to mitigate rural poverty." (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh) ...
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Q. "Enumerate the fundamental duties incorporated in the Constitution after the 42nd amendment." (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth) ...
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Q. "Separation of powers is essential to ensure Individual liberty. Discuss this with regard to the provisions in the Constitution and practices adopted so far." (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource ...
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Q. "The Judiciary in India is single, integrated and independent. Explain?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth) ...
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Q. "What is meant by ‘separation of powers’ in a polity?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth) ...
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Q. "What is meant by Judicial Review?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth) ...
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Q. "What are the constraints in the effective functioning of the judicial system in India?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth) ...
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Q. "What is a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) Give some examples of the success of PIL?" (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : (Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth) ...
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UPSC Civil Services GS-Mains Answer Writing Practice (GS Level 2)

Q. "World War II led to the end of imperialism in many parts of Asia and Africa. Discuss." (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : World History by Arjun Dev, Class ...
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Q. "The balance of power shifted away from Europe after World War II. Comment." (10 Marks, 150 words) Resource : World History by Arjun Dev, Class 9th & 10th Old ...
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Q. "Imperialism led to economic, social and cultural backwardness of colonised nations. Discuss the statement." (15 Marks, 250 words) Resource : World History by Arjun Dev, Class 9th & 10th ...
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Q. "Office of the CAG has an important role in maintaining financial transparency. Comment." (15 Marks, 250 words) ...
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Q. "Parliamentary Committees play a very imp role in the functioning of the legislature. Discuss." (15 Marks, 250 words) ...
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Q. "Bank moratorium has been a boon for borrowers but a bane for banks. Comment." (15 Marks, 250 words) ...
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Q. "Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence will help in the development of Artificial Intelligence technology with more responsibility. Discuss" (15 Marks, 250 words) ...
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Q. "Do you agree that a Fiscal Council will help in increasing transparency and accountability? Give a clear stance with reasons." (15 Marks, 250 words) ...
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Q. "Lack of infrastructure and acess to resources is the main challenge faced by Indian agriculture sector. Discuss" (15 Marks, 250 words) ...
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Q. ''Developing countries lag behind in the industrial sector, despite having natural resources.'' Critically analyze the statement. (15 Marks, 250 words) Source: (Fundamental of Human Geography, New NCERT Class-XII) ...
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UPSC Civil Services Current Affairs Answer Writing

Q. "Rich countries must commit technology and funds to move to net zero carbon emissions. Comment. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/beyond-zero-sum-the-hindu-editorial-calling-rich-countries-to-commit-technology-and-funds-towards-net-zero-carbon-emissions/article34275014.ece) ...
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Q. "How enactment of the Places of Worship Act, 1991 in its current format damages the liberty of belief, faith and worship to all?. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: ...
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Q. "Fund support from government is vital for continual treatment of those with rare diseases. Comment. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/a-good-start-the-hindu-editorial-on-government-support-for-continual-treatment-of-those-with-rare-diseases/article34239498.ece) ...
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Q. "By sidelining even the most basic humanitarian impulses in its response to Myanmar crisis, India will neither realise its ideals nor its strategic objectives. Comment. " (15 Marks, 250 ...
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Q. "Explain that how India’s newly released rules governing the trade of electricity across its borders will have ramifications for the electricity markets of Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Nepal, which, to ...
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Q. "Unless States in India have the autonomy to create jobs, they will only resort to reserving existing jobs for locals. Discuss. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/the-job-crunch-and-the-growing-fires-of-nativism/article34068695.ece) ...
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Q. "A revamped, need-based PDS is required not just for cutting down the subsidy bill but also for reducing the scope for leakages. Elaborate. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: ...
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Q. "Change in Indian farming system is needed as Indian farmers face constraints, and as world agriculture will now rely on middle-income countries. Discuss. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: ...
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Q. "Gender insensitivity by Indian judiciary reflect the patriarchal mindset of our judges and the larger society. Explain with recent examples. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/target-judicial-patriarchy-not-the-judge/article34030694.ece) ...
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Q. "The Railways are in the midst of an unprecedented financial distress and are faced with fundamental organisational issues. Discuss. " (15 Marks, 250 words) (Source: https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/not-so-stellar-in-protecting-personal-liberty/article33991761.ece ) ...
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