Ethics is a very tactical subject since it does require a lot of perseverance and dedication. Many aspirants, despite mastering the concepts, ain’t able to be good in GS-IV. This is because they lack practice. Many aspirants do not wish to leave their study tables to go out and appear for a test series. It consumes too much time. Addressing this very concern, Eden IAS has rolled out a lucrative Ethics test series online for UPSC aspirants that can help them in pulling a decent score in GS-IV
The study material: Ethics Test Series Online
Under this online test series for Ethics program, study material curated by Mr. Tirthankar Roychowdhary will be provided to the enroll students that will include three comprehensively and intensively compiled booklets that cover the entire syllabus of the GS-IV paper. These booklets are:
- Theoretical Framework
- 70 Thinkers & Thoughts
- Ethics case studies UPSC
The best part is that these booklets are more than enough. One need not read the traditional Ethics study material such as Lexicon for Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude, Human Values – IGNOU material, Santosh Ajmera & Nanda Kishore Reddy’s Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude –
A Short Introduction to Ethics by Dr. S.N. Singh or Arihant’s Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude. If one goes through these three booklets thoroughly, then you can ace ethics with grace.
Emphasis on Ethics case studies
Under this Ethics test series online program, special emphasis is laid on tests comprising Ethics case studies since case studies have a weightage of 120 marks out of 250. The last booklist has over 100 case studies including startup case studies, deontological case studies, and business case studies.
As per Mr. Roychowdhary, there are multiple approaches to case studies. But he recommends a specific approach call the “10-step generic approach”.
In this approach, we do not write an introduction. Instead, we follow steps.
- The first step is to highlight the facts outlined in the question.
- The second step is to identify. The people getting. Affected i.e. The stakeholders.
- The third step is to identify their interests in the given situation.
- The fourth step is to identify the situations wherein there is a clash of interests i.e conflict of interests.
- The fifth step is to identify the values that are hidden behind these interests.
- The sixth step is to spot the situations of an ethical dilemma.
- The seventh step is to list down the options. And when options are given, simply spot the merits and demerits of the given options.
- The eighth step is to give an ethical judgment.
- The ninth step is to justify this judgment with moral philosophy or idea of thought.
- The tenth step is to conclude the case study with a quote etc.
How to do tone Study for Ethics?
First of all, acquaint your self with UPSC CSE Ethics referred to syllabus.
After knowledge the syllabus go through as a minimum remaining three times papers( going through the papers seeing that 2013 can be stylish).
After going through every way acquaint your self with the referred to key terms withinside the syllabus. One needs to be suitable to specific terms in simplest terms and minimum viable terms.
Test your Ethics knowledge with Eden IAS’s online test series for Ethics Integrity and Aptitude. Get enrolled now!