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Q1) WHO has recognised India’s ASHA workers as ’Global Health Leaders’ for their role in linking the community with the health systems. Who are ASHA workers? How did they play a crucial role in Pandemic? (250 words)
Q2) The new Indo-Pacific Bloc would counter China’s hegemony in the Blue Economy and Ocean Governance. Analyze. (250 words)
Q1) Forest Fires break out in India every year from November-June due to various natural and anthropogenic causes. What are the reasons for forest fires? Is climate change responsible? Why are forests in Uttarakhand and Himachal more vulnerable to forest fires? Explain. (250 words)
Q2) India’s Green Hydrogen Policy proposes to make India a Green Hydrogen Hub and lay the foundation of a New India which aims to be a Global Climate leader. What is Green Hydrogen? How will the policy boost domestic production of Green Hydrogen? Discuss. (250 words)
Q1) The Indian economy is currently facing high underlying inflation touching an eight year high of 7.79% in April. What are the reasons behind it? What monetary policy tightening is required to bring down the inflation? Discuss with examples. (250 words)
Q2) India is staring at a coal crisis with 70% of India’s power demand being met by thermal power plants, which are mostly powered by coal. Why is India facing coal shortage? How will this affect power supply and cost?  (250 words)
Q1) What do you understand by the concept of ‘Gendered Governance’. Mainstreaming gender in public policies would work a long way in empowering women economically, socially and politically. Examine. (250 words)
Q2) Super cyclones are more frequent in the Bay of Bengal as compared to Arabian Sea. What are the reasons for their frequent occurrence? How and why are the cyclones named? (250 words)
Q1) Discuss the relevance of ‘Soft Power’ in contemporary world politics? How far do you agree that India’s soft power is the most important pillar of its Foreign Policy. Comment. (250 words)
Q2) Mission Antyodaya strives to realise the goal of poverty-free India by 2022. What are the objectives of this Mission? How can this help in development of rural India by transforming rural livelihoods. (250 words)
Q1) Child Malnutrition in India is often attributed to factors like large scale poverty, inequality and food shortage but countries with similar historical and societal set-ups have performed far better in this regard. Discuss citing examples.(250 words)
Q2) Women empowerment and gender-equality in its real sense would mean having women occupy the centre-stage of all policy and decision making. It is very rightful of them to make decisions which affect their lives. How far do you agree with the above statement. Explain. (250 words)
Q1) ‘Care work’ should be viewed as a collective responsibility and public good. Increased investment in care economy would unfold numerous benefits for the workers and the overall economy. Discuss. (250 words)
Q2) The Economic Survey 2021-22 points out that the country is over-exploiting its ground water resources. ‘Climate-Smart Agriculture’ will help India achieve productivity levels with a low carbon footprint and help it access global markets too. Elaborate. (250 words)

Q1) Border security threats in India can only be addressed if there is effective coordination and cooperation between security agencies and state law enforcement agencies. Comment. (250 words)

Q2) Discuss the reasons for global fuel price rise and how this upward revision in prices is impacting Indiaa? (250 words)

Q1) What are GI ( Geographical Indication) Tags? A strong GI ecosystem in India would not only provide benefits to local communities but also serve as a source of economic and soft power for Indiaa in the global arena. Illustrate. (250 words)

Q2) The various reforms initiated by the Government during the pandemic are set to boost the country’s manufacturing and exports potential and make India a global economic hub. Discuss citing examples. (250 words)

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Aspirants often have a misconception that at least 13-14 hours a day must be given to this exam. Again, this is not true. UPSC preparation is journey of not only gathering knowledge, but also of overall character and personality development. So, if you utilise 13-14 hrs a day only in studying, you won’t get time to interact with the outside world and evolve properly and this wouldn’t help in the training process. Diligent engagement of 5-6 hrs a day would be enough for the preparation and that’s why KAVISH IAS suggests its students to start planning from their graduation only, as regular practice will definitely help you reach your goal.
Many Institutes recommend starting UPSC preparation from 6th standard NCERT books and go through graduation level textbooks, which is not true. Also, the aspirant is prescribed to go through the entire newspaper every day. Reading so much of hefty content on a daily basis is a tedious and boring job to do. Such misconceptions only waste the aspirant’s valuable time and money. Each individual is different and accordingly he/she should be suggested where to start from. Coming to current affairs, news reading and its analysis is a skill that needs to be taught in the beginning, and with time the aspirant can himself decide what to read and how to read. Analysing and jotting down the essentials becomes easy for the student after a few months.
Another myth that students fear is that ‘UPSC IS DIFFICULT AND ONLY IIT OR TOP COLLEGE GRADUATES CAN CRACK IT ’. UPSC is open for graduates from every stream and doesn’t prefer anyone based on his/her background. So if you are willing to dedicate your time in this preparation, you can surely succeed in this exam with a good rank.