Polity preparation strategy for TSPSC Group 1 2022 details in this article.The subject Indian polity has an important role in all the three stages of the exam ( prelims,mains and interview). Since it occupies a great weightage in all the stages special strategy is needed to master the questions.
One can perform well in this subject by understanding basic concepts. There is not much needed to master this subject until if you are graduate from this subject.
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Some important points for group 1
- One has to understand the detailed syllabus of polity provided in the notification.
- Analyse the mains syllabus which also help you to clear prelims
- Constitution is the important aspect which covers majority of the questions
- Fundamental rights, fundamental duties, citizenship, centre state governments, parliament are the most important areas where focus should be increased
- Polity is also dynamic in nature
- There are lot of topics from current affairs in this section
- It is one of the easiest subject as the amount of hard work you put in will give you the same amount of success in this subject
- It is much more important to keep an eye on local happenings, current political situations and issues and try to link it with the static portion.
For example if a new governor is appointed to a state then you have to study the static part of it ; who appoints a governor, which article speaks about the appointment of governor, functions, powers, difference between governor and president and so on..
Preparation Strategy of Polity for TSPSC Group 1 2022
This article is about preparation strategy of Polity for TSPSC Group 1 exam 2022.Below is detailed preparation strategy of polity for prelims,mains.
Polity Preparation Strategy for prelims
- Basics and concepts are very important to clear prelims. One should definitely go through NCERTS which provide a good insight to beginners. Begin with NCERT of class 9 ( Democratic politics-1) , class 10 ( Democratic politics-2), class 11 ( Indian constitution at work) . These are must read books as they provide conceptual clarity about politics and issues
- After finishing the basic books one has to refer to a standard book ( Indian Polity byM.Laxmikanth ) . This book covers almost every part in the constitution and gives detailed information. Every point in this book is very important. One has to revise this book at least 10 times before sitting for the actual examination.
- Always keep an eye on current happenings such as amendments, bills,acts , policies and schemes,
- Since the syllabus is vast, revision brings perfection in the subject.
- Prelims questions can be confusing when you do not have clarity on the subject .
- To overcome this follow the” Reverse Engineering Technique”. Learn through MCQ s.
- Do as many mock tests as possible. That helps you to master the options in the exam.
Polity Preparation Strategy for mains
- Once you start understanding the concepts and basics start analysing the issues in current happenings.
- Mains need a great analysis to write few words on the given topic
- In order to understand the concepts in depth refer to INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN CONSTITUTION by D.D BASU.
- Current affairs plays a major role in analysing the issues. So follow the newspaper regularly .
- Apart from gathering the content, organizing it in the best way and presenting it in limited time is more important. So practice answer writing from the initial days itself.
Focus areas of polity
- Constitution of India( historical background, drafting committee, salient features etc)
- Fundamental rights
- Directive principles of state policy
- Fundamental duties
- State government
- Union territories administration
- Emergency provisions
- Center state relations
- Panchayat raj and municipalities
- Constitutional bodies
- Non constitutional bodies
- Special provisions for SCs STs Backward classes
- Supreme court and high court
- Landmark judgements
- Amendment acts