How To Prepare For Upsc Mains Exams For Optional Ps&ir?

How do I start preparing for PSIR optional?

To fetch good marks in PSIR Optional in the UPSC Mains, candidates need to gather all the reliable books and study material. Candidates need to get a conceptual clarity of the topics covered in the PSIR optional syllabus. They must read the newspapers for the dynamic portion of the PSIR syllabus.

Is PSIR a good optional for UPSC?

It is a popular optional subject and one that many toppers have chosen in IAS Exam. It has been observed among many IAS aspirants that the syllabus for this optional subject is broad, and they desist from taking Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) as their optional subject.

How to approach PSIR Paper 1?

Attempt all the questions- Writing 3 average answers is better than writing one excellent answer. Practice writing as much as possible and get suggestions from experts. Practice writing with strict time.

Which Test series is good for PSIR optional?

Plutus IAS | Best Test Series For Political Science Optional Plutus IAS is the best and first option for providing best test series for Political Science and International Relations Optional.

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Which book is best for PSIR optional UPSC?

An Oxford companion to politics in India-Niraja Gopal Jayal and Pratap Bhanu Mehta. Foundations of Indian political thought- V. A new look at modern Indian history- B.L Grover and Alka Mehta. India’s Struggle For Independence – Bipan Chandra. Indian Government and Politics – B L Fadia.

How do I get shubhra Ranjan PSIR notes?

Along with notes booklets, students will be provided online access on our website where Shubhra Ranjan Ma’am updates current notes for PSIR. Important Information: The Correspondence notes will be sent by courier to the address provided by the student.

Who is best teacher for PSIR?

The Plutus IAS faculty member Dr. Bijendra Jha is rated as the best mentor for the UPSC exam’s PSIR optional.

How scoring is PSIR optional?

Now with respect to mains, there are 9 papers, having two papers of the optional subject – signifying a weightage of 500 marks ( Paper 1 and Paper 2- 250 marks each). Though weightage seems to be less, the marks one can fetch in the optional subject make it most important.

How long does it take to finish PSIR?

Being a faculty for UPSC PSIR optional, would recommend that FOUR months would be good time for students to understand basic concepts and make notes alongside of the reference books they would want to refer.

What books should I read for optional PSIR?

A History Of Political Thought: Plato To Marx – Mukherjee and Susheela Ramaswamy. Introduction to Political Theory – O P Gauba. Politial Theory – Rajeev Bhargava. Politics – Heywood. Global Politics – Heywood. International Relations -Khanna. Foundations of Indian Political Thought – V R Mehta.