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  • 2. Polity 2 INDIAN POLITY (MODULE) for Civil Services (Prelims & Mains Examination) INTRODUCTION For Civil Service examination, knowledge in polity stands out as a vital organ of the entire general studies paper. To Understand Polity is not a big thing. The only way to have a sound knowledge in polity, one has to be alert about News paper analysis along with reading of good authored books. It needs candid , and clear cut analysis of the concept inherent in polity books. The aspirants for Civil Services should know polity as subject before entering into the exam. I have decided to put the polity paper in such a way that it becomes easy for all of you to understand. Highlights: 1. Focus on topic wise analysis and interactive session. 2. Complete coverage of entire course of UPSC. 3. Personal care in the class room. 4. Regular objective & Subjective tests. 5. Printed notes will be provided before starting of new topic. STRATEGY OF PREPARATION 1. Since polity is a key part of General Studies, a comprehensive study is required. 2. A thorough going classroom delivery is a must for all aspiring students. 3. Interaction with the students on the day to day political events including problem solving session. 4. Regular test and evaluation on the basis of UPSC pattern. 5. Source of Materials. (i) The Hindu (ii) Economic Times (iii) Financial Express (iv) The Front Line (v) India today (vi) Current affairs magazine. (vii) Indian Constitution by M.V.Pylee(Book) (a) Indian polity Laxmikant Publication(Book) (b) Constitution of India by D.D.Basu(Book) (c) Indian Constitution by Kashyap (Book) H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 An Institute for IAS Examination Copyright material not to be re-published Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com
  • 3. Polity 3 LECTURE TOPICS MODULE – 1 MODULE – 5 Nature of the Constitution Local Government v The Historical background v The new system of Panchayats and Municipalities v The making of the constitution v Panchayats v The philosophy of the constitution v Municipalities and PlanningCommittees v Outstanding features of our constitution v Nature of the federal system MODULE – 6 v Territory of the Union Administration of Special Areas v Citizenship v Administration of scheduled and Tribal Areas v Fundamental rights and fundamental Duties v Directive Principles of state Policy MODULE – 7 v Procedure for amendment The Judiciature MODULE – 2 v Organization of the Judiciary in General v The Supreme Court Government of the Union v The High Court v The Union Executive v The president and the Vice President MODULE – 8 v Powers and Duties of the president v The Council of ministers The Federal System v The President in relation to his council or ministers v Distribution of legislative and executive powers v The Attorney general for India v Distribution of financial powers v The Comptroller and Auditor general of India v Administrative Relations between the Union and the states v The Union Legislature v Inter-state Relations v Emergence Provisions MODULE – 3 Government of the States MODULE – 9 v The State Executive Miscellaneous v The General structure v Rights and liabilities of the Government and v Governor Public Servants v The Council of ministers v The services and Public service commissions v Advocate General v Elections v The State Legislature v Minorities, Scheduled castes and Scheduled Tribes v The State of Jammu & Kashmird v Languages v How the Constitution has wirked MODULE – 4 MODULE – 10 Administration of Union Territories v Administration of Union Territories and Acquired Public Policy & governance H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 An Institute for IAS Examination Copyright material not to be re-published Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com
  • 4. Polity 4 SPECIFIC TERMS USED IN THE QUESTIONS While writing the Mains Examination of UPSC the candidates are required to write the political terminology. Over and above everything , the answers must be to the point and objectively analyzed. In no way should a candidate write answer on a whimsical way that amounts to negative marking. Last but not the least, a candidate should substantiate his answer with logical reasoning without a compromise. qqq HOW TO WRITE A GOOD ANSWER Good preparation and precision are required to write a good answer as far as UPSC is concerned. The Aspirant must have a command over English and must write in precise manner in such a way that the meaning of the concept has not gone to oblivion. The followings are some of the points to note: (i) Understanding of every part of the question. (ii) Answer must be flaw less. (iii) No repetition of words. (iv) Coherence of the paragraphs. (v) Word limits as a stipulation of UPSC be meticulously followed qqq H. O: 25/8, Old Rajender Nagar Market, Delhi-60. B. O.: 105-106, Top Floor, Mukherjee Tower, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-9 An Institute for IAS Examination Copyright material not to be re-published Website:www.vvrias.com || Email:vvrias@gmail.com Ph:.011-45629987, 09999329111, 09999197625PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com