This course has been specially designed for those who are
Interested in opting Political Science as optional without Academic Background of the subjects.
Having difficulties with the Structure and its applicability in understanding the subject
Even for those who have studied the subject but can not apply their information as per the requirements of the UPSC
Studied the subject by their own and facing problem in writing answer.
We will provide comprehensive study material.
The issue of selecting optional subjects for Civil Services Examination is an intricate factor for many aspirants. The foremost criteria to choose an optional subject is based on interest of subject for the aspirant and the optional having maximum convergence.
Optional preparation should rather help in General Studies preparation instead of reducing time for the latter. Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) as optional subject in UPSC Mains has emerged to be the most reliable subject to qualify the UPSC with high rank.
Political Science and International Relations contains static portions such as Political thoughts and theories along with very dynamic portions like Indian Government and Politics and International Relations. The International Relations section is playing a very instrumental role in qualifying the exam as aspirants are scoring more than 170 marks in the paper.
PSIR as optional subject in UPSC mains covers the entire syllabus of General Studies Paper 2. Also in General studies Paper 1, it covers crucial topics like Post-Independence Consolidation, Ideologies and social issues. Moreover, topics like internal security and environmental issues in IR from General Studies Paper-3 . Lastly, PSIR is helpful in General Studies Paper-4 since major philosophical thinkers/leaders ranging from Plato, Aristotle, Kautilya, Gandhi and Ambedkar are already covered in PSIR paper-1. Every year essay topics are directly related to political science.
At the interview stage, PSIR is one of the most helpful subjects since it enables candidates to easily answer deep understanding based questions from Polity and International Relations in a short span of time.
Highlights of Political Science and International Science Optional Classes:
👉Detailed coverage of both political science paper I & II for UPSC mains exam
👉Explanation of the interlinks between PSIR and GS papers
Special lecture series on answer writing practice
👉Comprehensive Classes to Cover Complete UPSC Syllabus of PSIR.
👉Coverage of New Theories and Commentaries “Special in Paper-1 Section-A, Paper-2 Section-A”
👉Discussion of Previous Year UPSC Question Papers & Most Important Areas for Mains 2021
👉Innovative methodology of teaching, Application of different approaches mentioned in syllabus
Explanation of the interlinks between PSIR and GS papers
Class Mode: LIVE + VOD CLASSES