IASbhai Daily Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 23rd Nov 2020

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IASbhai Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan is an initiative to frame UPSC Mains questions everyday from the major Editorials of leading Newspapers in India which are most relevant to UPSC preparation –‘THE HINDU, LIVEMINT , INDIAN EXPRESS’ and help millions of readers who find difficulty in answer writing and making notes everyday. Here we choose two questions from editorials on daily basis and analyse them with respect to UPSC MAINS 2020-21

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QUESTION NO 1 : “The vaccine race : last lap

      HEADLINES:

In vaccine race last lap, the key steps for India

      CENTRAL THEME:

Linked to the government plan of supply from multiple sources is the need for a concise recipient prioritisation policy

SYLLABUS COVERED: GS 3 : Diseases : Health

      MAINS QUESTION:

Choosing, Paying and Logistics for vaccines and their administration by the state are going to be most challenging with no easy answers. Substantiate -(GS 3)

      LEARNING: 

  • Evaluation of candidate vaccines
  • Difficulties in Vaccine Development
  • Quantity , Distribution and doses
  • Models of Social Mobilisation

      INTRODUCTION: 

  • You need to start with the concept of an ideal vaccine.
  • Mention the characteristics of an ideal vaccine.

      BODY: 

  • Quick comparison of all the vaccines which are trending now
  • Pros and cons of supply chain and logistics in India
  • Rank the vaccines as per the risk factors

      CONCLUSION: 

  • A possible outcome . Give few examples from History .
  • What other developing countries are doing ?
     SOURCES:  THE HINDU IE   | Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 23rd Nov 2020

QUESTION NO 2 : “RCEP : Why India rejected biggest trade deal

      HEADLINES:

No Minister, the trade agreement pitch is flawed

      CENTRAL THEME:

Citing trade agreements for India’s below-potential growth appears to be a way to deflect blame for policy errors

SYLLABUS COVERED: GS 3 : Economy : Trade

      MAINS QUESTION:

It is true that India is not a big exporter on the global scale with respect to RCEP nations. An “honest” self-assessment of this trade and economic performance is necessary.Comment -(GS 3)

      LEARNING: 

  • An “honest” self-assessment of economic policies
  • 10 reasons why India did not join RCEP
  • An export led path
  • Manufacturing sector in India

      INTRODUCTION: 

  • Start with Industrialisation in India
  • Explain the Manufacturing Policy in India and relevant trends.

      BODY: 

  • Research a little on how export led growth had a story of ups and downs in India
  • RCEP VS Indian Free trade agreements
  • How will this impact Indian economy post COVID-19.

      CONCLUSION: 

  • Important FTA’s ongoing should be discussed.
SUGGESTED READING : RCEP 
     SOURCES:  THE HINDU IE  | Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 23rd Nov 2020

 

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