Indian Polity Notes For UPSC - Polity Notes For IAS Preparation

Indian Polity is an important subject for civil services exam. Notes making is an important task while preparing for the exam. As said, Polity is one of the significant subjects of IAS Exam from both prelims and mains (GS-II) perspectives.

This article will provide Indian Polity notes PDF for better preparation of the exam. These notes can also be helpful for aspirants preparing for the exam taking Indian Polity and International Relations as their optional subject. This highly relevant and scoring subject often poses a challenge to IAS aspirants, as students find it hard to make notes balancing both static and dynamic topics/issues in the news. Hence, we have provided Indian Polity notes for your preparation.

How to prepare Indian Polity for UPSC exam?

  • Read/prepare notes
  • Read NCERTs
  • Read Laxmikanth
  • Check UPSC previous year question papers
  • If it is your optional subject, have a definite strategy
  • Follow daily news analysis

For all the above and more, check the links at the bottom of the article.

Indian Polity Notes for UPSC Prelims and UPSC Mains

Topics PDF
  • The Union and Its Territory
    • Union v/s Federation
    • Reorganisation of States
  • Citizenship
    • Citizenship Act 1955 and Amendments
    • Loss of Citizenship
    • Dual Citizenship
  • Fundamental Rights (contd.)
    • Article 16
    • Article 17
    • Article 18
    • Article 19
    • Article 20
    • Article 21
    • Article 22
  • Fundamental Rights (contd.)
    • Article 25
    • Article 26
    • Article 27
    • Article 28
    • Article 29
    • Article 30
    • Right to Property
    • Article 32
  • Suspension of Fundamental Rights
  • The Executive
  • The President
    • Qualifications
    • Single Transferable Vote System
    • Election of President
    • Privileges
    • Removal
    • Powers of the President of India

How to best use these Polity notes for UPSC preparation?

  • Aspirants often know the Articles/Schedules/Parts of the Indian Constitution but presenting all the information in the UPSC exam becomes a challenge, especially in the IAS mains.
  • If one goes through the UPSC previous year question papers, one can see the nature of questions are changing. While the emphasis on basic concepts and static part is still there, the dynamic aspects are getting more weightage.
  • To ascertain whether one can face the challenge, that is the Civil Services Exam, read these Indian Polity notes for UPSC prepared by experienced subject matter experts and solve UPSC MCQ on Indian Polity
  • Check out Byju’s IAS 2020 (Pre & Mains) Tablet Course for a holistic approach to the IAS exam preparation.

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