Important Essay Topics for SSC CGL Tier-III Descriptive Paper By SSC Toppers

How to Prepare for SSC CGL Descriptive Paper: Essay Writing Tips
Dear Students, SSC CGL Tier-III will be conducted on 19th March 2017. We have already provided Essays, Precis writing and letter writing format and example questions at SSC Adda. Today, in this article we are providing Essay topics. Now since you don’t have much time left, so just read about these below-given topics and understand the subject clearly, so that you can write better in the exam. 

Important Tip: Write the body first, the introduction second, and the conclusion last.
Introductions are often the hardest part of writing because you’re trying to summarize your entire essay before you’ve even written it yet. Instead, try writing your introduction last, giving yourself the body of the paper to figure out the main point of your essay.

  • Right to Information/Right to Education 
  • Energy security and alternative sources of energy.
  • Increasing privatization of education in the face of globalization.
  • Women empowerment: Participation in Politics. 
  • Corporate social Responsibilities.
  • Development and Environmental Concerns. 
  • Liberalization and widening urban and rural inequalities. 
  • Changing role of India in International Politics.
  • Use of social media in politics.
  • Issues related to child labor and education in India.
  • The role of Science and Technology in Rural Development in India.
  • Various steps taken by the government for financial inclusion in India.
  • Rural and Urban Migration problems and remedies.
  • Commercialization of agriculture and FDI in Retail.
  • Panchayati Raj and development of rural areas.
  • How far India is able to implement good governance principles. 
  • Reforms required in public health system.
  • Social media and psyche of Indian youth.
  • Disaster Management: Natural Calamities and our preparedness.
  • Crisis faced in India – moral or economic.
  • Quick but steady wins the race.
  • Can capitalism bring inclusive growth?
  • With greater power comes greater responsibility. 
  • Words are sharper than the two-edged sword. 
  • ‘Globalisation’ vs. ‘ Nationalism’
  • Urbanization and Its Hazards
  • “Education for All” Campaign in India: Myth or Reality.
  • Terrorism and world peace
  • Privatization of higher education in India.
  • The responsibility of media in a democracy.
  • Reservation, politics, and empowerment.
  • Judicial activism.
  • Essay on strategy of planning in India since 1951
  • Explain India’s strategic relationship with Russia
  • The political and economic implications of the Indo-Iran Gas Pipeline



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