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Q) The Make in India scheme that was launched with a huge grandeur to make India a global manufacturing hub has been a mix of successes and failures. Discuss. 

Why this question:

The US trade report has flagged issues in India’s Make in India policy. 

Key demand of the question:

The successes and the failures of the Make in India programme. 

Directive:

Discuss- back up the answer by carefully selected evidence to make a case for and against an argument, or point out the advantages and disadvantages of the given context and finally arrive at a conclusion.

Introduction:

Give a brief overview of the Make in India scheme and its objectives. 

Body:

In the first part, highlight the successes of the scheme across different sectors.

In the next part, highlight the failures of the scheme. 

Conclusion:

Conclude with a way forward. 

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Q)  India is very serious about growing in the maritime sector and emerging as a leading Blue Economy of the world. In this context, critically examine the steps taken by the government to boost the maritime sector in India. 

Why this question 

PM has recently inaugurated the Maritime India Summit 2021.

Key demand of the question:

Elaborate on the steps taken by the Government to boost the maritime sector development and the challenges associated with it.

Directive:

Critically examine- Look in close detail and establish the key facts and important issues surrounding the topic. Try and offer reasons as to why the facts and issues identified are most important, as well as explain the different ways they could be construed.

Introduction:

Give an overview of the potential of the maritime sector in India. 

Body:

In the first part, categorically highlight the steps taken by the government to boost the maritime sector. Mention some key policies in this regard.

In the next part, give a list of challenges associated with it and steps that should be taken 

Conclusion:

Conclude with the significance of developing the maritime sector. 

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Q) The degree of respect and public confidence enjoyed by the Supreme Court is something that no other institution in the country would be able to claim. In this context critically analyse the judicial reforms needed in India.

Why this Question:

Important part of GS paper- II.

Key Demand of the Question:

Major challenges for the judicial system in India and the key reforms needed.

Directive:

Critically analyse - The key to tackling this question is providing ample evidence to support the claims. Ensure that the analysis is balanced by shedding light on, and presenting a critique of, and alternative perspectives. Present extensive evidence taken from a varying range of sources.

Introduction:

Give an introduction about the importance of Judiciary in a democracy. 

Body:

In the first part, categorically highlight the challenges associated with the Indian judicial system- pendency, collegium system, political influence, judicial overreach, etc.

In the next part, suggest the reforms that are needed in this regard. Recommendations of some important committees and commissions can be highlighted. 

Conclusion:

Conclude with a way forward. 

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