UPSC Daily Mains Exercise-13th March 2018(approach to the questions given)

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MAINS Questions-13th March 2018

GS-I ( Geography and History)

  1. Write about the unique warfare practices of Marathas.

Structure of answer

  • Introduction
  • Write about importance of Maratha in standing against British administration
  • Write the innovative features of Maratha warfare
  • Conclusion

GS-II (Governance and International Affairs)

2. What is Prisoner exchange agreement? Do you think this agreement is adequate in addressing the conflicts between India and Pakistan? Critically evaluate. The Wire

Structure of answer

  • Introduction 
  • Write about the gap between India and Pakistan and reasons for it
  • Define and write the purpose of Prisoner exchange act
  • Decide whether it is adequate or inadequate
  • Based on your decision write why it is adequate or inadequate
  • Conclusion

3. The Death Penalty India Report of 2016 found that a very large proportion of death row prisoners (over 75%) are extremely poor and belong to marginalized groups with barely any meaningful access to legal representation.Discuss The Hindu

Structure of answer

  • Introduction based on statement
  • Mention the reasons for poor people with death penalty
  • Write how legal access can be increased
  • Conclusion

GS-III( Economy , Science and Technology and Environment)

4. “Restrictive labor regulations have prevented India from reaping the full potential benefits of opening up the economy” Critically evaluate The Live Mint

Structure of answer

  • Introduction based on statement
  • Write about anarchic labor laws in India
  • Write how is it affecting economy with focus on manufacturing sector
  • Write measures also and recent developments
  • Conclusion

5. Evaluate how India can play a better role in wildlife conservation using local communities? 

Structure of answer

  • Introduction
  • Purpose of wild life conservation
  • Analyse how local communities can be made part of conservation, if existing give references
  • Give Pros and cons in such approach
  • Conclusion

Note: UPSC always looks for balanced approach in your answer. Too much criticism will not fetch marks in mains.