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Some opponents of reservation would say that it does not promote merit, but I would like to counter that by saying that even if there were no reservations, we still are left with institutes charging capitation fees and taking students under the management quota. Do these promote merit? And so on\u2026..
The whole idea is that by accepting an opposing point of view, you show that you have an open mind and also by opposing it successfully, you prove your point. This strategy always creates a favorable opinion in the mind of the reader.
Finally, in conclusion, it is always recommended to summarize all that you have written and (if required) to once again present your personal points of view on the matter being discusses. Do not leave the essay hanging, incomplete so that the reader is left with a feeling of emptiness!
The student should not worry much about these, if he/ she has been merely glancing through headlines or even half-heartedly listening to news. He can safely attempt most of these, with reasonable confidence.
b. First, the student should identify what all should come in Indian economy, and then discuss the impact on each of these one by one. Following sectors/areas are important in this context
Divide the three sectors into industries for example manufacturing into pharmaceutical, automobile, steel, textile etc., service sector into IT, education entertainment, tourism, etc.
2.Abstract topics like those, which appeared in 2003 and 2004 (discussed in detail later). The major problem with them is that students get in awe of the flowery and twisted language used in them, and cannot figure out what should he write in them.
b. It is very important to understand that there may be more than one interpretation possible for the given topic. But all interpretations are equally valid provided the student rationally explains it, and logically takes it forward.
c. Thus the student should clarify how he understands/ interprets the given topic, clearly stating his reasons for doing so, right in the very beginning. The student may also disagree with the given statement.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?