Polity refers to an organized society, state, or government. When we speak about Indian Polity, it largely focuses on the Constitution of India. The Indian Constitution is the framework that India follows to practice democracy. The Examinations have the subject Indian Polity in the prelims, mains, and Political Science as an optional subject too. The Prelims will have comparatively basic Political questions like – fundamental rights, DPSP, and more while the optional will have very detailed questions about Indian and Global Polity. Let’s take a look at the important Indian Polity topics and Indian Polity Notes for the Exam.
- Start from the basics of Polity. The main idea is to understand the Indian Constitution in order to answer questions related to that. You should begin with what it is and what it stands for. Then you dive into its history and sources.
- Indian Constitution has 448 articles as of now which are divided into different parts. You should begin the fundamental rights than duties and lastly the DPSPs. These three consist of the most important articles in the constitution.
- After finishing the basics mentioned above, you get into details. Preamble, Citizenship bills, state policies, the executives, emergency provision, and more are some next important topics in this subject. They are a bit complex and you must know the basics before studying them.
- Lastly, read everything thoroughly. Don’t take this subject lightly. Give it sufficient time and effort to improve your score. Read all the topics in the syllabus and don’t take a risk of leaving them. It is comparatively easy to understand if you work hard enough.
More Courses by Insturctor
No Reviews found for this course.