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DAY – 35 ( INSTA REVISION TEST – 35)INSTA REVISION PLAN 2.0, 2021

 

INSTA 70 2.0 Days REVISION PLAN

Welcome to our INSTA Revision Plan 2.0 & 3.0 to give wings to your Preparation for the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary cum Mains Examination – 2021
The following Insta RevisionTest is part of the detailed Insta Plan 2.0 which we have given you (CLICK HERE) recently. Read and internalise the plan before you start giving these tests. If you are already very well prepared, you can give these tests as stand-alone tests for extra practice.
The Insta 70 Days Plan received huge response from all of you. Questions were appreciated. In the Insta 2.0, we are further ensuring that questions are of high quality and are intended to help you eventually ace in the actual preliminary exam 2020 as well as Mains Exam.
We will concentrate solely on Prelims in Insta 3.0.
You are blessed with 4 more months and if you utilise these months smartly and sincerely, you will not only improve Prelims scores, but also get better at writing GS answers and essays before Prelims-2021. All that matters is your consistency.
Post your comments, queries, scores, feedback or suggestions in the comments section. Explode(i.e. bring positivity) this platform with your participation.

 

Wish you Good Luck! 🙂

 

Post your INSTA Revision Test score as well as your answers for the below Mains Questions in the Comments section for review.

Static question:


1. How illegal transborder migration does pose a threat to India’s security? Discuss the strategies to curb this, bring out the factors which give impetus to such migration. (250 words)

 

2. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is viewed as a cardinal subset of China’s larger ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative. Give a brief description of CPEC and enumerate the reasons why India has distanced itself from the same. (250 words)

 

Ethics question :


1. The political authority in democracy is checked in multiple ways. The most nearby check against illicit acts of Ministers is a bureaucrat meant to objectively and impartially execute rules along with non-partisanship. Officers are expected to raise against any possible subversion of laws and rules and misuse of funds, advice inefficient, unworkable and populist policies. While this is the ideal case, practically, what we predominantly have is the culture of ‘yes men’. Such officers turn a blind eye to public interest and norms, and willfully support unscrupulous and unprincipled acts of political bosses without raising objections and expressing differences of opinion.

Discuss the attitudinal, political, legal, ethical and professional reasons behind this phenomenon in India. (20M)

 

2. You are an IAS officer and the Registrar of Charitable Trusts. You have been helped by the XYZ trust in past for your civil services preparation on recommendation of Mr. Ram. Being grateful to him, your conscience has always pricked you that once in your lifetime you have to pay him back in any form as a token of gratitude. On a fine day, you receive a complaint from a whistle-blower that Mr. Ram, who is the director of XYZ trust now, is mishandling funds there. You are empowered to cancel license of trust which violate fund utilization norms. What will be your response? Justify your stand.        (20M)

 

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