Polity & Governance : Indian Polity And Governance

Indian Polity And Governance


General Studies Paper-II, which carries 250 marks in the Main Examination and represented by almost 23- 25 questions (out of 100) in PT examination has been scientifically deliberated in three sections, namely- 1. Polity and Governance in India (covering Constitution of India); (2) Internal Security of the Nation, and ; (3) Inter National Relation. The static portion of the syllabus has been dealt through SAVE classes in this Paper in the succeeding classes. But, as we go through the question papers of the previous year (especially of 2014 and 2015), we find that most of the questions of GS Paper –II ( Particularly of International Relation and Internal Security of the nation) have tone and fervour from the Current Affairs and those events which are persisting since last two –three years. Now the question arises, how can we deal with these types of questions? To answer this pertinent question, we have devised a well proven strategy- we broadly deal such dynamic aspect through SAVE classes in “Views on News” section, where we discuss such issues in historical, social, economic and Political purview. Covering these issues, I do recommend to go through three references also viz; The Hindu Newspaper, Yojana Magazine and Civil Services Times magazine. I do refer these and other references also, and deal these topics in analytical manner vis-à-vis the expectation of civil services examination. Students are advised to go through the Syllabus of GS Paper-II which must be seen on regular basis. Studying the syllabus and the last year question papers helps the students to focus and plan him/her as per the requirement of Civil Services Examination. Organising oneself on daily basis and practicing with last year questions are the key of good preparation.

Chapter-1 An Introduction to GS-Paperr-II


An analytical review of the syllabus is a pre-requisite before starting the content of the paper. One must

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Chapter-2- Salient Features of Indian Constitution


Basic understanding of the constitution is a pre-requisite for a Civil Services Aspirant. The preamble is the soul

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Chapter-3- Fundamental Rights (FRs)


FR are the basic structure on which the embodiment of entire constitution is built upon. That is why,

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Chapter-4- Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP)


DPSP are not enforceable by court as FRs, but these are the basic guidelines for framing the policies

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Chapter-5-Fundamental Duties and Bases of Constitution


Fundamental duties are though a part of DPSP but of late in essay paper and in ethics paper

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Chapter- 6- Parliamentary Form of Government and Federal Set up


This chapter is the main body of the constitution, which covers salient points like Centre- State Relation ,

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Chapter-7- The Parliament and its Proceedings


This chapter deals with the most critical and technical aspect of our constitution and a thorough study of

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Chapter-8- Judiciary


Judiciary has rightly been dealt under one chapter , as judiciary is integrated and prominence of the concepts

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Chapter-9-State Government


We do find that this chapter find its prominence in question papers in PT and Mains. 
 

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Chapter-10-Local Self Government


Panchayati Raj Institution and Urban Local Government are dealt under this chapter , which is a favourite topic

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