Hi! Today we are going to share with you through this post Vision IAS Polity Notes pdf which is considered a very important topic from the UPSC exam point of view.
Along with being an important subject, it is also considered a very scoring subject in this exam.
As you all know, note making is considered to be an important task in this exam. and it is also said that Polity (GS-II) is an important part of the exam both from the point of view of Civil Services Preliminary and Mains Exam.
A political entity is a group of people with a collective identity that is organized by some sort of institutional and social ties and has the capacity to mobilize resources. Such as the government of a country, a sovereign state or a subdivision of the country.
Indian Politics is a wide range of many subjects which includes Constitution of India, Fundamental Rights, President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Citizenship, Governor, Supreme Court, High Court, Judiciary, Executive, Legislative Assembly, Election System etc.
Indian Polity in UPSC
Constitution is considered to be the Bible for an ias aspirants in civil service. If you want to get good marks in this subject then you should read each and every topic thoroughly.
The given study material will help you a lot in making the basic understanding. You must read the notes given by Vision IAS again and again.
The more times you read it, the more you will remember, and also highlight those particular topics which are asked again and again in the exam and you should also pay attention to the syllabus. as well as Start solving previous year question papers.
- Comparison of Indian Constitutional Scheme
- with other countries
- Indian Constitution – Historical Underpinning, Evolution,
- Feature, Amendments, Significant Provisions and Basic
- The Preamble
- Fundamental Duties
- Judiciary High Court Subordinate Courts Issues Judicial
- Directive Principles of State Policy
- Union Executive State Executive
- Ministries and Departments of the Government
- Supreme Court
- Union and its Territory
- Separation of Powers between Various Organs
- Dispute Redressal Mechanisms and Institutions
- Citizenship in India
- Fundamental Rights
- Reforms and Judicial Activism
- Federal Structure Devolution of Power
- Pressure Groups
- Local Governance (PRIs AND ULBs)
- Emergency Provisions
- Union Legislature
- State Legislature
- Elections in India
- Regulatory Authorities in India
- Salient Feature of Representation of The People Act
- Constitutional Bodies
- Quasi Judicial Bodies
Must Read Books
|GS2 – Constitution and Polity||• New NCERT Class VI-XII|
• Indian Polity by Laxmikanth Imp.
• Current Affairs – Editorials, Vision IAS, PIB and PRS Imp.
• 2nd ARC Sixth Report – Local Governance
• Vision IAS notes for topics like Pressure Group and NGOs