IASbhai Daily Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 30th Nov 2020

Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill

Dear Aspirants
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 : “Vaccination policy

      HEADLINES:

Clear the fog, draw up a clear vaccination policy

      CENTRAL THEME:

India’s COVID-19 control plan of actions can be the nucleus for building a much-needed public health infrastructure

SYLLABUS COVERED: GS 3 : Vaccine : Disease

      MAINS QUESTION:

What is in the best interests of the country ? Should vaccination be used in India as preventive medicine for individual protection, community control or elimination? Discuss -(GS 3)

      LEARNING: 

  • Concept of Vaccines
  • Top Vaccine contenders in the race
  • Vaccine Administration
  • Priorities and distribution
  • Way forward

      INTRODUCTION:

  • Explain the difference between herd Immunity and herd effect.

      BODY: 

  • Come up with mitigation policies .
  • Give examples of previous pandemics.
  • Explain the UIP(Universal Immunisation Program)in India.

      CONCLUSION: 

  • Suggest few measures to tackle the unanswered questions.
  • Explain the complexities and provide practical solutions.
SUGGESTED READING : FAIR DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINES 
     SOURCES:  THE HINDU IE   | Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 30th Nov

QUESTION NO 2 : Paris Agreement

      HEADLINES:

The Paris Agreement is no panacea

      CENTRAL THEME:

It is a repudiation of the principles of ‘common but differentiated responsibilities’ and ‘the polluter must pay’

SYLLABUS COVERED: GS 3 : Climate Change : Paris Agreement

      MAINS QUESTION:

There is no language in the Paris climate agreement which can define penal actions and bound measures on the countries . The vigour of climate action has faded away. Discuss the climate efforts and international commitments until we met the pandemic. -(GS 3)

      LEARNING: 

  • Polluters must pay concept
  • Efforts over the years
  • A Fundamental Change
  • Way Forward

      INTRODUCTION: 

  • Discuss the concept of Polluters must pay.

      BODY: 

  • Discuss various climate accords
  • Use a timeline to differentiate these agreements.
  • Draw a Pie Chart or a Diagram to explain potential GHG emitters.

      CONCLUSION: 

  • Decide the fate of Paris Agreement and provide your opinion.
     SOURCES:  THE HINDU IE  | Mains Answer Writing Practice Caravan | 30th Nov

 

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