In real interview one will never get much time to express, so try to visualize and then write succinctly. Do not consider it an essay
Raise counter questions when reviewing others. This will broaden the dimensions as the same will happen in interview.
Counter questions will help in better expression as well as expose to various aspects one may have missed while writing. It will lead to better understanding of the issue.
The issue for discussion today is the following:
Today dissenting voices are emanating from almost all the corners of the country. Ranging from the youth in Kashmir to naxalites in the Red Corridor and from Jats in Haryana to students in JNU, we are witnessing anger and discontent towards the state. Questions relating to these themes are common in Civil Services Personality Test. We want you to dwell on these issues and equip yourself better to tackle these questions.
The first issue that we want you to dwell upon is the ongoing agitation by the Jat community in Haryana. If you see the trend, you might have observed that there is nothing new with the agitation. In fact Kapus in Andhra Pradesh and Patidars in Gujarat are having similar demands and modus operandi to bargain with the state. The question however is different! First of all, can reservation in higher educational institutions and government jobs solve their problems? Don’t you see an underlying anomaly? Hasn’t state failed in creating new jobs? Is our demographic dividend turning into a demographic disaster? Can’t anything be done about it? Is the time to act already lost?
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