A CAPF Exam Report writing is a systematic and well-organized presentation or formal writing about Facts, results, or something that has been heard, observed, accomplished, or researched. Students must be aware of recent news because UPSC always asks to report on recent topics.
CAPF Exam Report Writing Pattern
In the CAPF exam, the pattern of Report writing is, to write 2 reports in about 200 words each, 2 Reports will be Asked each carrying 10 Marks.
- Word Limit 200
- Must be written in English Only
- Purely Based on Current Events
- Must have knowledge of last 1 Year Current Issues
- Must be Written in Past tense
- Must Follow Proper Format for Writing Report
Format of CAPF Exam Report Writing:
enter the report’s correspondent, editor, assistant editor, special correspondent, etc. in the upper left corner (you can also enter the reporter’s name in the form of ABC, but never the correspondent’s actual name).
The name of the newspaper should be written here like Sunday Special or XYZ News, followed by Place, which should be your exam city, and finally the date.
Don’t just offer your own assessment or viewpoint; instead, cite any relevant facts, committee reports, or references to well-known figures.
While writing a news report, make sure you answer all the questions
- What was the event?
- Where did it take place?
- When did it take place? (Date and Time)
- Who was involved in the event?
- How did the event happen?
(Don’t write a conclusion in the report. Don’t write in points. write in small passages.)
Tips on How to Write a Report in CAPF AC exam 2023?
- For some time assume yourself as a reporter/editor/correspondent of a newspaper.
- Be unbiased about writing these reports; don’t behave like a representative of any political party.
- What all you are knowing write but that should be in a balanced way.
- Reports are always written in past tense only. Because the event already happened so you are just reporting.
- Don’t give your suggestion in a report.
- Don’t write in point format.
Composition of CAPF AC Report
- There is no set formula for how many paragraphs to write; write three to four.
- Attempt to introduce the topic in the first paragraph.
- In the second paragraph, describe the incident in full and include any references to or quotations from notable people. e.g., reasons, impacts, and consequences.
- Principal actions/activities/steps taken in the third paragraph
- The final paragraph makes an attempt to draw a conclusion from this. an official response or pledge; a public statement.
CAPF Exam Report Writing Topics
There are some topics of Reporting Writing are given for the CAPF AC 2023 exam
- Topic 01: Protests Across India
- Topic 02: Floods in Assam and Bihar
- Topic 03: Sri Lanka economic crisis
- Topic 04: Operation Ganga
- Topic 05: Groundwater depletion
- Topic 06: Disinvestment in Public sector undertakings in India
- Topic 07: Russia-Ukraine war
- Topic 08: Border Disputes
- Topic 09: Heat waves
- Topic 10: India’s green hydrogen policy
- Topic 11: Future of Cleaner Technologies
- Topic 12: Global food assistance
- Topic 13: Tapi Narmada project
- Topic 14: Rising Road Accidents
- Topic 15: Fire Safety Measures
- Topic 16: Climate Change and Water Contamination
- Topic 17: Gaganyaan
- Topic 18: Semi-conductor world
- Topic 19: Sagarmala programme
- Topic 20: Pollution-based Deaths in India – Lancet Report
- Topic 21: Net Zero by 2070 – COP26
- Topic 22: Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav
- Topic 23: The road to the future of electric vehicles in India
- Topic 24: ABG shipyard scam
- Topic 25: Temple idol disputes
- Topic 26: 25 Years Of Indo-Naga Peace Talks
- Topic 27: Assam Floods
- Topic 28: Assam-Meghalaya Border Dispute
- Topic 29: Chemical Plants Explosion in India
- Topic 30: CoP 27: Key Outcomes and Analysis
- Topic 31: Curbing Fake News in India
- Topic 32: Cyclone Mandous hits Tamil Nadu
- Topic 33: Manipur violence
- Topic 34: Fratricide in Armed Forces
- Topic 35: G20- Bali Summit
- Topic 36: Global Energy Crisis
- Topic 37: Golden jubilee of project tiger
- Topic 38: Human-Elephant Conflict
- Topic 39: Impact of El-Nino on India
- Topic 40: Increasing Suicides rates in Students
- Topic 41: India-China Army Clashes at Arunachal Pradesh
- Topic 42: India’s Millet Mission
- Topic 43: Indore Stepwell Collapse
- Topic 44: Internet Shutdown in India
- Topic 45: Joshimath Land Disaster
- Topic 46: Karnataka Hijab Row
- Topic 47: Landslides Across India
- Topic 48: Increasing Train Accidents
- Topic 49: Operation Sudan
- Topic 50: Operation Garuda
- Topic 51: Operation Megh Chakra
- Topic 52: Political Crisis in Maharashtra
- Topic 53: Power (Electricity) Crisis in India
- Topic 54: Protest Over Agnipath Scheme
- Topic 55: RBI launched Central Bank Digital Currency
- Topic 56: Vaishno Devi Temple Stampede
- Topic 57: Vikram-S India’s First Private Launch Vehicle
- Topic 58: Water Crisis in India
- Topic 59: Project Cheetah (Reintroduction Programme)
- Topic 60: Historic Kesavananda verdict: 50th anniversary
- Topic 61: Green Hydrogen: A Promising Path to Clean Energy in India
- Topic 62: Nuisance of Cardiac Arrest in India
- Topic 63: Potential of Solar energy in India
- Topic 64: Status of Malnutrition in India
- Topic 65: Operation Kaveri
- Topic 66: ISRO Chandrayan 3