Best Essays received from candidates on 20 Most Expected Topics for SSC CHSL 2021

By Ashwini Shivhare|Updated : February 10th, 2021

After getting a fantastic response on the the "20 Most Expected Essay Topics for SSC CHSL Descriptive Paper 2021 Tier-2", in this article, we will be sharing the best essays received from the students on the 20 essay topics for SSC CHSL 2019 tier-2. Many students have sent essays and we have tried to reply to the mails. Those who have not received will be receiving shortly. 

After getting a fantastic response on the the "20 Most Expected Essay Topics for SSC CHSL Descriptive Paper 2021 Tier-2", in this article, we will be sharing the best essays received from the students on the 20 essay topics for SSC CHSL 2019 tier-2. Many students have sent essays and we have tried to reply to the mails. Those who have not received will be receiving shortly. 

Parameters of Evaluation

Keeping in mind the pattern of SSC CHSL tier-2, the essays were evaluated on the following parameters:  

  • Word Limit
  • Clean Copy
  • Use of quotation
  • Idiom/Vocabulary
  • Format
  • Grammatical error

Topic-wise important pointers to include in essays: 

The table given below mentions a few important pointers for each topic that you can use to write essays and improve your marks. 

Topic Pointers 
Atma Nirbhar Bharat 

Introduction: (overview)

  • when it was announced and the purpose and funds allotted for it. (2-3 lines) 
  • Its impact on the economy (add some facts and figures to make outlook authentic) (2 lines)

Body: (Details)

  • Reasons that prompted its launch/ Need to launch(2 - 3 lines) 
  • How will it be functional/ features/ (3 -4 lines) 
  • How will it benefit most people and classes (3 - 4 lines) 

Conclusion:

  • It should be positive ( 2 - 3 lines). 
  • Quotation from Mahatma Gandhi will be useful (on self-reliance)

Here are some tips:

  • Use quote in the beginning. You can add "vocal for local"
Impact of Covid-19
 
Introduction:
  • Explain what is covid and how it was started (3 - 4 lines) 
  • Give an overview of the extent of which it got spread and affected human life throughout the world (2 - 3 lines)

Body:

  • How it started China’s role in the economy and how it will affect
  • Its impact on Indian Economy
  • Trade between India and China(Import and Export) (5 - 6 lines)

Conclusion: 

  • How different sectors are affected and its effects on employees: laying off employees, Salary cut, (2 - 3 lines)
  • The economic growth rate in the coming year according to International Agencies (2 - 3 lines)
  • Facts and reports will be a plus in this Essay
New Education Policy

Introduction: (4 - 5lines)

  • Start with a quotation on education from a famous personality
  • When was it introduced/ approved by the lawmakers?
  • Primary Aim of the new policy

Body: (8 - 12 lines)

  • What was the need to bring new education policy?
  • Features of new education policy
  • How will it differ from the old regime?
  • How will it benefit students and the country as a whole

Conclusion: 

  • Summarise the topic. (3 - 4 lines)  

Article 370  

Introduction:

  • What was the article 370 all about?
  • What are the newly introduced changes? (3 - 4 lines) (overview)

Body: (8 - 12 lines)

  • Main changes that are introduced
  • The changes that will be seen in the constitution with the new mechanism
  • The implication of the changes particularly with respect to the economy (buying property and real states)
  • How will it benefit the people of the state and the country as a whole?

Conclusion: (4 - 5 lines)

  • Summarise the essay and the future potential the new change holds in the long run.
Gender Equality

Introduction: (4 - 5 lines)

  • Define gender equality 
  • Gender equality in India and other related issues. 
  • Quote from famous women personality would be useful like Indira Gandhi

Body: (8 - 10 lines) 

  • Issues related to gender equality In India
  • Gender Pay disparity  Crime against women 
  • Present laws related to gender equality
  • Challenges in the implication of the laws/ improvement needed
  • Some recent facts from popular international organisations or India’s position in any recent index would be helpful. 
  • Measures to overcome challenges 

Conclusion: (4 -5 lines)

  • Summarise the whole essay List some positive steps taken by the authorities and end it on a positive note.
The farm bills 2020

Introduction:

  • Explain about the bill and all the 3 bills that come under this bill (3 - 4 lines)

Body:

  • Purpose of this bill and the benefits of the implication of this bill. (4 - 5 lines)
  • How this bill will benefit different categories of farmers (3 - 4lines)
  • Challenges to the bill (protests by the farmers and their concerns) (3 - 4 lines)
  • Govt answer and their assurance to farmers concern (2 -3 lines)
  • What more can be done to make this bill more beneficial or things to keep in mind to make this bill a success ( 3 - 4lines)

Conclusion:

  • summarise the whole topic in a positive way.

Note:

  • Do not write your opinion in this essay
  • Do not write in detail about the protests and the tussle between farmers and government.
  • Do not use any political statement or name of any leaders.
  • Start the body of the essay with a positive note and maintain a positive note in the whole essay
  • Do not over criticise the bill.
Disaster Management: 

Introduction:

  • explain disaster and disaster management ( 4 - 5 lines)

Body:

  • What does disaster management include (3 - 4 lines)
  • How does it work and its importance for India and people? (6 - 7 lines) 

Conclusion:

  • government initiative for better disaster management and recent advancement. Conclude the whole topic ( 4 - 6 lines) 
Online Education/E - education in India

Introduction:

  • What is Online education and its importance in day to day life? ( 2 - 3 lines)

Body:

  • Importance of Online Education for students specifically ( 3 - 4 lines)
  • The increased importance of education particularly in the time of covid (4-5 lines)
  • List some of the challenges in online learning: eg: difficult to access online education for those who have no access to the internet. Thus class divide is creating a digital divide and literacy gap. (3 - 4 lines)

Conclusion:

  • List some of the government initiatives towards online education and overcoming challenges. (2 - 3 line)
  • Summarise the whole topic and end it on a positive (3 -4 lines) 
New Education Policy

Introduction:

  • Start with a quotation on education from a famous personality 
  • When was it introduced/ approved by the lawmakers
  • Primary Aim of the new policy

Body:

  • What was the need to bring new education policy 
  • Features of new education policy 
  • How will it differ from the old regime
  • How will it benefit students and the country as a whole

Conclusion: 

  • Summarise the topic. 
 Child labour

Introduction: (4 - 5 lines)

  • What is child labour?
  • How does it affect the child physically, mentally and emotionally? 
  • How major is the menace of child labour? (overview) 
  • Quote from a famous personality will be a plus point

Body:  (8 - 12 lines)

  • Mains causes of child labour 
  • Mention the law/article/Fundamental right that deals with it
  • The severity of the damage done by child labour 
  • Solution for this issue 
  • Steps that are being taken by the government
  • The moral responsibility of all the stakeholders: parents, society, social organisation, government (state + central)

Conclusion: (4 - 5 lines)

  • Summarise the topic and positive change that will come with the end of this problem. 
 Whatsapp new privacy policy Introduction: 
  • The relevance of social media in day to day life and dependency on it.
  • Connect it with WhatsApp (3-4) lines

Body:

  • write about the main issue (3 lines)
  • Why it is being criticised for its new privacy policy and a threat to an individual’s privacy. ( 4 lines)
  • How the download of other apps went high and people shifting to other apps. 2-3 lines
  • What was the response given by the WhatsApp head in response to global criticism in detail (4 - 6 lines)

Conclusion: 

  • The need for data protection law in India considers the concern over data privacy.
  • Can add any positive suggestion that could be done to assure people

Note:

  • Please avoid adding your own opinion, over criticism, politically incorrect statement or biased view. 
  • Try to put neutral views and add facts from a reliable source to add suggestions
 Mental health 

Introduction: (4 - 5 lines)

  • Importance of good health and mental health
  • You can also start with a quote or use any good expression  
  • Importance of peace of mind

Body: (8 - 10 lines)

  • Factors that affect our mental health 
  • How does bad mental health affect us and its consequences?
  • You can also add some facts or reports eg: “depressive countries in the world report” to show the severity of this problem.

Conclusion: (5-6 lines)

  • measures to adopt for good mental health and overcome depression 
  • Importance of good mental health. (positive note) 
 Bird Flu

Introduction: 

  • Explain what bird flu is. 
  • How did it spread from water birds to terrestrial and poultry birds and birds affected by it? 

Body:

  • The seriousness of the problem when the virus spread in mammals
  • Effects of bird flu on humans.
  • Facts from international organisations like WHO etc. 
  • Current status of the situation of bird flu in India
  • Measures that are being taken to control the spread of bird flu

Conclusion:

  • Positive steps were taken by govt in this direction and to keep a check on bird flu from an outbreak in future. 
 Migrant workers in India

Introduction:

  • Define the term migrant workers
  • Give an overview of what happened to migrant workers when the nation wise lockdown was announced.

Body:

  • Explain the hardships faced by workers in India during the lockdown, eg: food shortage, loss of livelihood, uncertainty, travel on foot due to lack of transport
  • Government response to this problem and the initiatives taken to lessen the struggle of workers, eg: run trains, Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan in many states. 

Conclusion:

  • positive suggestions to lessen the economic impact of lockdown and availing job opportunities for workers. 
  • Also, applaud the government efforts.  
 Climate Change

Introduction: 

  • What is climate change?
  • How do we get to know about climate change?

Body:

  • Major changes observed in the climate that contributed to changes in climatic conditions (Solar energy, global warming etc.)
  • Impact of climate change on the environment (melting glaciers, irregular rain pattern, deforestation, distinct of species)
  • Human activities that contributed to climate change and the impact of this climate change on human health 
  • Need for urgent and effective measures to stop this climate change
  • Conclusion: positive initiatives were taken and positive results from them
  • Responsibilities of all the major stakeholders involved  
  • End on a positive note

Note: Here famous quote from famous personalities and mention reports from major international Environment organisations 

 One Nation One Election 

Introduction:

  • Give a brief introduction: why one nation one election and its need with respect to India

Body:

  • Presently the system of elections in India and how they are being held?
  • What does the “One nation one election” propose and how will it work?
  • The advantages of One nation one election policy
  • Challenges with One nation one election policy 

Conclusion:

  • Suggestion to rectify challenges and government response to criticism 
  • The positive future potential this policy holds. 
 Urban Unemployment

Introduction: 

  • What is unemployment and urban unemployment? 

Body: 

  • The rise of Urban employment in the Covid times eg: loss of jobs
  • How does urban employment affect the economy as a whole in the long run? 

Conclusion:

  • Government initiative for mitigating urban employment 
  • Appreciate the Positive results. 
 Chandrayaan - 2

Introduction:

  • What is Chandrayaan-2
  • The objective and date of its launch

Body:

  • How was it launched
  • What went wrong 
  • Latest update on Chandrayaan 2 
  • Announcement of launching Chandrayaan -3 
  • Word done by Chandrayaan-2 (located the lander lunar and sent the first picture)

Conclusion:

  • Appreciation received from the global community
  • Highlighting the importance of mission as there is a high possibility of the presence of water on the lunar south pole. 
 Mobile Addiction

Introduction: 

  • How it is a common problem and found in all age groups. 
  • How a useful gadget like a smartphone has turned into a bane in day to day life. 

Body:

  • Multiple uses of smartphones 
  • How has the overuse of smartphones turned into the addition (binge-watching, video games on children, over dependency, the effect on productivity, we lose track of time)  
  • Effect of mobile addiction on health and lifestyle 

Conclusion:

  • How to overcome addiction and use smartphones positively.
 Fit India

Introduction:

  • When was the fit India movement launched and its aim? 

Body:

  • Important points and quotes from PM speech while launching it  
  • Need for Fit India Movement 
  • Factors that affect our lifestyle in a negative way 
  • Positive effects of this movement in lifestyle 

Conclusion: 

  • Global awareness of fitness 
  • The potential this mission holds. 
To Check Some of the best essays received from Candidates, Download the BYJU'S Exam Prep App 

Some of the best articles received from the candidates: 

Articles from Part-1 (First 10 topics)New Education Policy

By - Siva Raju Click Here

Disaster ManagementBy - Shubham Kolhe Click Here
The Farm bills 2020By - Sangnaldo Click Here
Online Education/ E-education in India

By -Abhishek Click Here

By - Divyamukhi Thota Click Here

Article 370

By - Rishav Click Here

 

Some Common Tips to follow: 

  • Introduction of the essay should be a brief and an overview. It should not be in too much detail.
  • Body of the essay should include important details and facts. 
  • The conclusion should always be positive. 
  • To start or end an essay with a quote would fetch extra marks. 
  • Follow the word limit and keep the copy clean.
  • Avoid using negative headings. Use positive words. 
  • Avoid sing politically incorrect statements and over criticism. 
  • Always back your observation with reliable study or facts. 

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ROHIT SINGH

ROHIT SINGHFeb 10, 2021

Very very unique and highly probable topics..... Thanks ma'am
Yadav Bhagat

Yadav BhagatFeb 12, 2021

Part 2 aaya ni
A. Saha

A. SahaFeb 12, 2021

Where is part 2? 🥺
Raju Burla

Raju BurlaFeb 12, 2021

Where is 2nd part?
Abhishek Kumar
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