Writing the UPSC exam is all about how well you present your knowledge. Hence developing writing skills plays a very crucial role in the UPSC Mains Examination. It is often noticed that some students are very good at learning and speaking but when it comes to jotting down the same thing on a piece of paper, they fail to express it. Such students lack writing skills and need a lot of practice to develop their skills to meet the UPSC standards. JV’s introduces you all to the Daily Mains Answer Writing in which students can attempt the daily mains question and upload the answer to be evaluated by experts which will help them enhance their writing skills
Q. There were several factors in Britain in the mid-18th century that created the right atmosphere for the rise of the Industrial revolution. Discuss. Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 1 and mentioned as part of Mission-2022 Secure timetable. Key... .Read more
Q. Karst landforms are formed by water sinking and and the resulting chemical erosion of bedrock. Elaborate on the various types of Karst landforms. Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 1 and mentioned as part of Mission-2022 Secure timetable. Key Demand ... .Read more
Q) The Ring of Fire, also referred to as the Circum-Pacific Belt, is a path along the Pacific Ocean which faces active volcanoes and frequent earthquakes. Discuss the reasons for it. Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 1 and mentioned as part of Mission-2022 Secur... .Read more
Q. POSHAN Abhiyaan 2.0 has made an enabling atmosphere to tackle hunger crisis and malnutrition. However, it needs to account for the new problems in the covid times to make India malnutrition free. Examine. Why the question: Covid-19 has disrupted almost everything. As always, in any emergency, the hardest hit ... .Read more
Q.) The reorganisation of states in India presented the next big challenge in post-independent India. Discuss how the reorganisation was done while preserving the unity of the nation. Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 1 and mentioned as part of Mission-202... .Read more
Q)The cause of Indian Nationalism was a reaction against the despotic, discriminatory and devious policies and nature of British rule. Critically Analyze. Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 1. Key Demand of the question: To analyze the natur... .Read more
Updated on 12 October, 2021 Target 2021
The apparent purpose of mains answer writing practice is to avoid wasting time in the exam room. The practice builds an insight into daily answer writing for UPSC mains. It takes a lot of effort to compose and craft answers for the questions in the three hours you have for each paper. You must maintain the presentation while ensuring that there are no filler phrases that deviate from the main point.
To instil all of the attributes such as relevance, crispness, neatness, sticking to the word limit, and coherence in your answers, you'll need to practise. Writing also aids in the organisation of your thoughts.
Keeping all this in mind, JV’s IAS has come with Daily MARg- Answer writing Program which is a comprehensive coverage of General Studies Mains papers and focuses on how to write proper answers with an appropriate introduction, body, and conclusion, as well as how to construct a coherent answer.
Daily Answer writing practice for UPSC mains is an essential element of preparation; without it, you won't be able to pass the exam. JV’s IAS daily answer writing course 'DAILY MARG'- Sure path to LBSNAA is a ONE-STOP SOLUTION to assist you develop answer writing abilities so you can ace the UPSC mains.