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Kiran UPSC Essays Solved Papers of 1993 Till Date (English Medium) (3336)
(P.Kamalkutty ), (K.P. Ashif)
(Solved in Contemporary Context)
For UPSC Civil Services & State PSC and other Competitive Examinations
CONTENT:
Introduction
1993
1. My Vision of India in 2025 A.D
2. The Emerging Global Order, Political and Economic................(3-8)
1994
1. Youth is a Blunder, Manhood a Struggle, Old Age a Regret
2. Indian Society at The Crossroads..........(3-7)
1995
1. Politics Without Ethics is a Disaster
2. The New Emerging Woman-Power: The Ground Realities..........(3-7)
1996
1. Literacy is Growing Very Fast, But There is No Corresponding Growth in Education
2. Restructuring of UNO to Reflect Present Realities........(3-6)
1997
1. What We Have Not Learnt During the Fifty Years of Independence.
2. Judicial Activism..............(3-6)
1998
1. The Composite Culture of India
2. Woman is God’s Best Creation.........(3-6)
1999
1. Women’s Empowerment: Challenges and Prospects
2. The Youth Culture Today...................(3-6)
2000
1. Why Should We Be Proud of Being Indians?
2. Indian Culture Today: A Myth or Reality......(3-6)
2001
1. What Have We Gained From Our Democratic Set-up?
2. My Vision of An Ideal World Order...........(3-6)
2002
1. Modern Technological Education And Human Values
2. Search For Truth Can Only Be A Spiritual Problem.............(3-6)
2003
1. The Masks of New Imperialism
2. How Far Has Democracy in India Delivered The Goods?.................(3-6)
2004
1. India’s Role In Promoting Asean Co-Operation
2. Whither Women’s Emancipation?............(3-6)
2005
1. If Women Ruled The World
2. What Is Real Education?.................(3-6)
2006
1. Importance of Indo-US Nuclear Agreement
2. Globalization Would Finish Small-Scale Industries in India............(3-6)
2007
1. Independent Thinking Should Be Encouraged Right From Childhood
2. Evaluation Of Panchayati Raj System In India From The Point of View Of Eradication Of Poverty To Power To People..................(3-6)
2008
1. Role of Media In Good Governance
2. National Identity And Patriotism........................(3-6)
2009
1. Are Our Traditional Handicrafts Doomed To a Slow Death?
2. Are we a soft state?....................................(3-5)
2010
1. Geography may remain the same; history need not..................(2-3)
2011
1. Creation of smaller states and the consequent.........(2-4)
2012
1. In the context of Gandhiji ’s views on the matter explore, on an evolutionary scale, the term ‘swadhinata, swaraj and dharmarajya critically comment on their contemporary relevance to Indian democracy.........................(2-4)
2013
1. Be the change you want to see in others-gandhiji.......................(2-4)
2014
Section-A
1. With greater power comes greater responsibility................................(2-4)
Section-B
1. Was it the policy paralysis or the paralysis of implementation which slowed the growth of our country?..........................(2-4)
2015
Section-A
1. Lending hands to someone is better than giving a dole...................................(2-4)
Section-B
1. Technology cannot replace manpower.............................(2-4)
2016
Section-A
1. If development is not engendered, it is endangered...................(2-4)
Section-B
1. Cooperative federalism : myth or reality...........................(2-4)
2017
Section-A
1. Farming has lost the ability to be a source of subsistence.................(2-4)
Section-B
1. Joy is the simplest form of gratitude...............(2-4)
2018
Section-A
1. Alternative technologies for a climate change resilient india.....................(2-4)
Section-B
1. Customary morality morality cannot be a guide to modern life
2019
Section-A
1. Wisdom finds truth
2. Values are not what humanity is, but what humanity ought to be
3. Best for an individual is not necessarily best for the socirty
4. Courage to accept and dedication to improve are two key to success.
Section-B
1. South Asian Societies are woven not around the state,
but around their plural cultures and plural identities
2. Neglect of primary health care and education in india are reasons for its backwardness
3. Biased media is a real threat to Indian democracy
4. Rise of artificial intelligence : The threat of jobless future or better job opportunities through reskilling and upskilling
Model Practice set
Model papers
2020
SECTION A
1 . Life is a long journey between human being and being humane
2. Mindful manifesto is the catalyst to a tranquil self
3. Ships do not sink because of water around them, ships sink because of water that gets into them
4. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication
SECTION B
1. Culture is what we are , civilisation is what we have
2. There can be no social justice without economic prosperity but economic prosperity without social justice is meaningless.
3. Patiarchy is the least noticed yet the most significant structure of social inequality
4. Technology as the silent factor in international relations.

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