7-5-3 Rule of Answer Writing | मेन्स में उत्तर लिखने का नियम Posted on July 29, 2019July 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Pagal Sa Aashiq | Romantic Poetry by mKaafir | Riyaazi Open MicWhat is an IB Education 43 thoughts on “7-5-3 Rule of Answer Writing | मेन्स में उत्तर लिखने का नियम” It'll help in my continue writting ….tnq Sir for simple and affected ideas…🙏 Reply Sir plzz make a vedio on what are the most askable questions in GS n essay paper on the basis of current situation in India n world Reply Thank u so much sir…. Very much required video… Reply 😃😃😃 Reply Sir ….in polity how to write conclusion Reply Thank u sir Reply Good morning sir. U r great. Missing u so much The Hindu News analysis. Reply Apke voice bhut energetic h sir g.. App newspaper analysis q nhi krte sir 🙏 Reply Your Efforts are Priceless..Both of you are really full of energy..I learn a lots …Thanx.. Reply Sir, I am so grateful to you, I was really confused about how to write an answer. This rule made it so easier, it cleared all doubts of how to frame it, especially the 3 rule sums it all up and the way you explained it by UBI just gave it meticulous precision. Thanks a lot, sir, though I failed this attempt I have started for my second one and will follow this method whenever I practice answer writing. Reply Really appreciatable 😊😊 Reply Sir can you please present the hindu analysis instead of another tutor from tomorrow! Reply Sir love you so much…bt xam ke baad phir se aajana…plz Reply Anyone who is preparing for mains this year…All the best..If time permits , pls give suggestions on how to prepare current affairs especially science and technology part Reply Thank u very much sir .. Reply Thank u so much Sir for all your guidance, we need it a lot,keep on making such helpful videos …👍 Reply Amazingly insightful sir. Thanks a lot Reply Thank u sir for giving us valuable information with wonderful explanation 👌👌👌👌 Reply Thank you sir ji…… Acha tha… 💓❤💓 but ek request thi wo hain khuch important issues ki uppar video bana Dejiye Pls, is se hum logo Ko notes making karne me asani hogi……. Sir please 🙏🙏🙏 Reply Sir ek demo de dijiye … jo mains ki copy jesi ho or ..konsa pen..kaisa colur ka, or kis kis colour k pen se underline kar skte hai Reply Missing ur voice in news analysis sir Reply Tq so much sir Reply Sir when will you upload June 2019 pdf compilation….. Sir we are waiting for that please upload as soon as possible Reply thank you sir. Reply Sir one request .. if u make any suggestion video for college students who r preparing for upsc cse, will help us a lot 😊 Reply Sir are u an officer or aspirant? Reply Hazard can be natural but disasters are anthropogenic. Comment.(Answer):- Introduction: Hazard is associated with the processes that have the potential to inflict social, economic or environmental losses. It can be natural or anthropogenic. Body: Natural hazard are earthquake, tsunami, droughts, floods, landslides, wildfires, thunderstorms etc. Anthropogenic hazards are dealing with hazardous material, nuclear power plants, chemical weapons, collapse of structures, train collisions, airplane crashes etc. Hazards can thus be from natural causes with no control of anyone over them. Disasters, however, are anthropogenic in nature as these are the impacts of the hazards. An earthquake of same magnitude in a sparsely populated region will cause much less losses compared to in a heavily populated region. Urban floods though involve natural hazards like torrential rainfall but the floods are due to poor management and encroachment of natural wetlands. E.g. Chennai and Mumbai floods. Landslides are a natural occurrence in hilly areas and occur frequently. Human intervention and construction activities have created instability in the Himalayas and is responsible for increased frequency of landslides in the region. Inefficient or insufficient use of adequate technology, like early warning systems also result in disasters whose impact could have been reduced otherwise, e.g. Okhi cyclone. Even in case of man-made hazards, the disasters are often caused by human ignorance, mismanagement or deliberative action. Conclusion: The disasters are a result of human intervention, and it is the latter that can prevent those too. Appropriate mitigation techniques, creating awareness, providing appropriate structures and not interfering with the nature can help reduce disasters or their impact. Reply Thank you sir Reply Sir ,please video on model answer related any topic Reply Thanking you sir.. Reply Thank you Sir.Sir please make video on Optional Political Science specially paper 2. (If possible) Reply very nice suggestionsthank you!!! Reply We all need a good Samaritan once in a while like you Sir Reply Thank u sir Reply Thank u so much sir,,u r really a silver lining in the dark cloud,,,Messiah for all the aspirants,,love u so much and I mean it from the bottom of my heart,,,after I clear my upsc I will surely meet u….keep loving us,,,thanks a lot sir,,, Reply As always, perfect guidance. Thanks Team EMS. Reply Tq sir Reply Thankyou Sir,Mains mein alag hi darr lagta hainpar aapne jaisa bataya.. waise hum points dimaag mein frame kar paayenge.Thanks a lot.. Reply thanx sir Reply Sir me Hindi medium se hu, or abhi teyari start ki he , English me teyari krna chahta hu kese start krun?????? Sir plz reply 🙏🙏🙏 Reply Thanks sir Reply Thank you sir Reply After a long time aapki aawaz suni bhut accha lga , Thanks for this 😍😍😍 .Sir ek question puch skta hu please ans dena please ,sir mere ko 2021 ka upsc dena hai to ans writing mein abi se start kr du ya phir baad mein mene to January 2020 se socha hai baki aap guide kr do . Please sir ans jarur dena. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.