IASbhai Daily Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 25th Nov 2020

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot

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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 : “Migration in India

      HEADLINES:

The migrant worker as a ghost among citizens

      CENTRAL THEME:

A new publication contends that their lockdown misery was no anomaly but an effect of exclusion from full citizenship

SYLLABUS COVERED: GS 1 : Migration

      MAINS QUESTION:

The COVID-19 crisis in India has made the migrant workers visible in public discourse. But the dominant narratives have made them visible as subjects of compassion and not as active makers of our society.Discuss.(GS-1)

      LEARNING: 

  • Lockdown and the novel situation
  • Quarantine Without Home
  • Bridging the Social Gap
  • Way Forward

      INTRODUCTION:

  • Explain the never ending journey which migrants took when the lockdown started.
  • Plights : Starvation and Poverty .
  • Discuss the context of reverse-migration.
  • Statistics of migrant workers in India.

      BODY: 

  • Discuss the types of Labour
  • Urban employment Scenarios should be portrayed.
  • Socio-Economic conditions of Migrants vs New Labour Code should be highlighted.
  • The Drift of migration and a Heat resistance map can explain the issue in a much simple manner.

      CONCLUSION: 

  • Favourable Policy Making
  • A possible framework for the most vulnerable.
SUGGESTED READING : MIGRANT ON BARE FOOT 
     SOURCES:  THE HINDU | Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 25th Nov 2020

QUESTION NO 2 : “Corporate houses in Indian banking

      HEADLINES:

Say ‘no’ to corporate houses in Indian banking

      CENTRAL THEME:

The banking sector needs reform but the recommendation of corporate-owned banks is neither ‘big bang’ nor risk-free

SYLLABUS COVERED: GS 3 : RBI : Banking

      MAINS QUESTION:

There was a much needed banking sector reform needed at large but the recommendation of corporate-owned banks is neither ‘big bang’ nor risk-free. Substantiate -(GS 3)

      LEARNING: 

  • Dominance of Corporates
  • The Worry is the risks
  • Regulatory Credibility at risk
  • Points to Privatisation

      INTRODUCTION: 

  • Explain the procedure through which this ordinance was brought in.

      BODY: 

  • Discuss the key takeaways from IWG report
  • Mention how crony capitalism will impact the NPA.
  • Also examine the authority of RBI vs Corporate banks.

      CONCLUSION: 

  • Way Forward : How this framework can lead to more exploitation of existing banks .
     SOURCES:  THE HINDU IE  | Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 25th Nov 2020

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