How to write an Essay for RBI Grade B Phase 2


Every paragraph in the body of the essay should focus on the key fact and there is no rigid format of an essay. It is a creative process so it should not be confined within boundaries. However, there is a basic structure that is generally followed while writing essays.



Basic Structure of an Essay  

Introduction Paragraph
  • A thesis statement
  • An interesting connection to stick to the essay
  • Sub-view about the essay 
First Body Paragraph
  • The first subtopic with necessary details
  • Proving the statement with supporting examples
Second Body Paragraph
  • The second subtopic with necessary details
  • Proving the statement with supporting examples
Concluding Paragraph
  • Concluding Statement 
  • Suggestive Statement
  • What should be done or action that can be taken 

Steps/Format for writing an Essay

STEP 1: Introduction
STEP 2: Support your Opinion
STEP 3: Give the other side of the Argument
STEP 4: Conclusion- Summarize your Opinion

Tips to write an Effective Essay

  • Plan and then execute writing
  • Brainstorm the Topic
  • Organize your thoughts and plot a rough draft
  • Keep your language simple and crisp
  • Form an opinion
  • Use correct punctuation and spellings
  • Be specific
  • Keep it between the ideal word limit
  • Revise for technical errors

Criteria for Evaluation

  1. Task completion
  2. Flow of Ideas
  3. Grammar & Vocabulary
  4. Format

Sample Essay

Is E-Commerce destroying the brick and mortar retail stores?

In this fast paced modern world, our lives are becoming digital & technology-oriented and so do our shopping experiences. A large number of people these days like to shop online and also there are many, who still prefer shopping offline from various retail shops. While brick and mortar storefronts contribute to a large amount of retail sales, online shopping at the same time is rapidly gaining popularity from last many years. 

Online platforms purchase goods in bulk having a large number of hubs and warehouses to store goods this enables low logistics cost and brings economies to scale. In addition to this, there is no middleman between the seller and the buyer so there are no repercussions on profit. Due to this, they are able to offer deep discounts to their customers thus attracting a huge lot of buyers to purchase online. 

Keeping this in mind, the government has now permitted 100% FDI under e-commerce for encouraging the online sales and attracting the foreign investors to invest and boost up the Indian e-commerce business. The consequence of which, deep discounts are given to the customers and they prefer buying stuff online thus leading the retailers to suffer badly. This is further making them rank low for CCI (Competition Commission of India) as no policy is made for their betterment and growth. 

Despite of capturing the market and making huge sales every year through online portals by Amazon, Flipkart and snapdeal; these e-commerce websites are doing no good and suffering huge amount of losses. The government should make proper policies for the online merchants to have a level playing field for all the players in the market and properly implement it as well, as it contributes to a great extent towards the GDP of our country.
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