Solved Ethics Papers

Solved Ethics Papers

• Q1(a). Basic Principles of Public Life (CSE - 2019)
• Q1(b). Public Servant and Public Service (CSE - 2019)
• Q2(a). Utilization of Public Funds (CSE - 2019)
• Q2(b). Non-Performance of Duty as Corruption (CSE - 2019)
• Q3(a). Need to Uphold Constitutional Morality (CSE - 2019)
• Q3(b). Crisis of Conscience in Public Domain (CSE - 2019)
• Q4(a). Basic Principles of Citizen's Charter (CSE - 2019)
• Q4(b). Official Secret Act vs RTI (CSE - 2019)
• Q5(a). Probity in Governance (CSE - 2019)
• Q5(b). How to Make Emotional Intelligence Work For You (CSE - 2019)
• Q6(a). An Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living (CSE - 2019)
• Q6(b). A man is but the Product of his Thoughts (CSE - 2019)
• Q6(c). Righteousness leads to Peace in the World (CSE - 2019)
• Q7. To Serve or Not to Serve (CSE - 2019)
• Q8. Protecting Honest Civil Servants (CSE - 2019)
• Q9. Dealing with Sexual Harassment at Workplace (CSE - 2019)
• Q10. Politicization of Bureaucracy (CSE - 2019)
• Q11. Dealing with Drug Menace (CSE - 2019)
• Q12. Institutional Mechanism of Ethics in Civil Services (CSE - 2019)
• Q1(a). Basic and Universal Values of Civil Services (CSE - 2018)
• Q1(b). Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct (CSE - 2018)
• Q2(a). Principles and Procedures for Public Interest (CSE - 2018)
• Q2(b). RTI Redefines the Concept of Accountability (CSE - 2018)
• Q3(a). Actual and Potential Conflicts of Interest (CSE - 2018)
• Q3(b). Three Qualities for Hiring People (CSE - 2018)
• Q4(a). Everything is Permitted if not Prohibited (CSE - 2018)
• Q4(b). Importance of Means or End (CSE - 2018)
• Q5(a). Policy Suggestions to Construct Dam in Mountains (CSE - 2018)
• Q5(b). Process to Resolve Ethical Dilemma (CSE - 2018)
• Q6(a). More Good than Evil (CSE - 2018)
• Q6(b). Anger and Intolerance (CSE - 2018)
• Q6(c). Falsehood Takes Place of Truth (CSE - 2018)
• Q7. Helping A Sick Old Man (CSE - 2018)
• Q7. Helping A Sick Old Man (CSE - 2018)
• Q7. Helping A Sick Old Man (CSE - 2018)
• Q8. Conflict of Interest in A Road Project (CSE - 2018)
• Q9. Problem of Prohibition (CSE - 2018)
• Q10. Closure of A Polluting Company (CSE - 2018)
• Q11. Dilemma of a Tax Collector (CSE - 2018)
• Q12. Leaking of Data by A Former CIA Administrator (CSE - 2018)
• Q1. Resolution of Conflict of Interest (CSE - 2017)
• Q2. Relevance of Foundation Values for Civil Services (CSE - 2017)
• Q3. Young People Not Joining Politics (CSE - 2017)
• Q4(a). Test of Integrity (CSE - 2017)
• Q4(b). CSR Making Companies Profitable (CSE - 2017)
• Q5(a). Great Ambition is the Passion of A Great Character (CSE - 2017)
• Q5(b). Role of Father, Mother, and Teacher (CSE - 2017)
• Q6(a). Emotional Intelligence in Administrative Practices (CSE - 2017)
• Q6(b). Pillars of International Relations (CSE - 2017)
• Q7(a). Narrow Perception of the Good Life (CSE - 2017)
• Q7(b). Enclaves of Modernity and Prosperity (CSE - 2017)
• Q8(a). Pitfalls of Discipline (CSE - 2017)
• Q8(b). Importance of Moral Values and Obligation (CSE - 2017)
• Q9. Merit and Demerit of Corruption (CSE - 2017)
• Q10. Accident on the day of IAS Interview (CSE - 2017)
• Q11. Accidental Death of a Drunken Factory Worker (CSE - 2017)
• Q12. The Dilemma of An Interested Witness (CSE - 2017)
• Q13. Collapse of An Illegal Building (CSE - 2017)
• Q14. Stopping the Misuse of RTI Act (CSE - 2017)
• Q1(a). Ethics Contributes to Social and Human well-being (CSE - 2016)
• Q1(b). Impartiality and Non-partisanship (CSE - 2016)
• Q2(a). Governance, Good Governance, and Ethical Governance (CSE - 2016)
• Q2(b). Mahatma Gandhi’s Concept of Seven Sins (CSE - 2016)
• Q3(a). John Rawls’s concept of Social Justice (CSE - 2016)
• Q3(b). Public Services Code as recommended by SARC (CSE - 2016)
• Q4(a). Chanakya’s Quote on Development (CSE - 2016)
• Q4(b). Social Influence and Persuasion for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (CSE - 2016)
• Q5. Law and Ethics for Civilized Social Existence (CSE - 2016)
• Q6. Undesirable Values Prevalent in India (CSE - 2016)
• Q7. Management of Anger (CSE - 2016)
• Q8. The Morality of State Bureaucracy (CSE - 2016)
• Q9. Discharging Toxic Waste in River (CSE - 2016)
• Q10. Rehabilitation of Adivasis (CSE - 2016)
• Q11. The Difficulty of A Destitute Woman (CSE - 2016)
• Q12. A Boss Who Beats His Wife (CSE - 2016)
• Q13. Protest Against An MNC (CSE - 2016)
• Q14. The Challenges of An NGO (CSE - 2016)
• Q1(a). Environmental Ethics (CSE - 2015)
• Q1(b). Difference between different terms (CSE - 2015)
• Q2. Explanation of Quotations of Moral Thinkers/Philosophers (CSE - 2015)
• Q3(a). Law and Ethics (CSE - 2015)
• Q3(b). Trustworthiness and Fortitude in Public Life (CSE - 2015)
• Q4(a). Social and Economical Values (CSE - 2015)
• Q4(b). Suggestions to avoid Misuse of RTI, Judiciary, and Media (CSE - 2015)
• Q5. Bureaucratic and Democratic Attitude (CSE - 2015)
• Q6. Strategies to Control Corruption (CSE - 2015)
• Q7. Role of Ethics to Resolve International Conflicts (CSE - 2015)
• Q8. Conflict of Interest in Public Service (CSE - 2015)
• Q9. Gatecrash by Union Members (CSE - 2015)
• Q10. Appointment of A Dalit Cook (CSE - 2015)
• Q11. The Dilemma of A Pharmaceutical Company (CSE - 2015)
• Q12. Disaster at A Pilgrimage (CSE - 2015)
• Q13. A School at The Fort (CSE - 2015)
• Q14. Girls need no Education (CSE - 2015)
• Q1(a). All Human Beings Aspire for Happiness (CSE - 2014)
• Q1(b). Ethics in Public Life (CSE - 2014)
• Q2(a). Patriotism in Civil Life (CSE - 2014)
• Q2(b). Probity in Public Life (CSE - 2014)
• Q3(a). Integrity and Knowledge (CSE - 2014)
• Q3(b). Human Beings as an end in themselves (CSE - 2014)
• Q4(a). Which eminent personality has inspired you the most? (CSE - 2014)
• Q4(b). Heavy Ethical Responsibility (CSE - 2014)
• Q5(a). Trust deficit in Society (CSE - 2014)
• Q5(b). Poverty and Corruption (CSE - 2014)
• Q6. Contrasting Attitude towards Social Problems (CSE - 2014)
• Q7. Accountability in Public Service (CSE - 2014)
• Q8. Sexual Violence against Women (CSE - 2014)
• Q9. Conflict between Development and Environment (CSE - 2014)
• Q1. Ethics and Professional Competence (CSE - 2013)
• Q10. Advice to A Civil Services Aspirant (CSE - 2014)
• Q2(a). Terms in the context of Public Service (CSE - 2013)
• Q11. False Complaint Against An Honest Officer (CSE - 2014)
• Q2(b). Important Attributes for Public Service (CSE - 2013)
• Q12. Dilemma of A CEO (CSE - 2014)
• Q13. The Challenge of A Civil Servant (CSE - 2014)
• Q3. Human Values Universal or Situational (CSE - 2013)
• Q14. The Problem of Migration (CSE - 2014)
• Q4. Emotional intelligence (CSE - 2013)
• Q5(a). Voice of Conscience (CSE - 2013)
• Q5(b). Crisis of Conscience (CSE - 2013)
• Q6(a). Need and Greed: Mahatma Gandhi (CSE - 2013)
• Q6(b). Power decides character: Abraham Lincoln (CSE - 2013)
• Q6(c). Brave men overcome their desires: Aristotle (CSE - 2013)
• Q7. The Principle of Good of all (CSE - 2013)
• Q8. Politics and Ethics (CSE - 2013)
• Q9. Dilemma of A PIO (CSE - 2013)
• Q10. The Problem of An Executive Engineer (CSE - 2013)
• Q11. Child labourer in Shivkashi (CSE - 2013)
• Q12. Dilemma of A Chairman (CSE - 2013)
• Q13. The dilemma of Sharing Information (CSE - 2013)
• Q14. Misconduct of A Top Performing Employee (CSE - 2013)