Indian Polity Previous Question Paper
UPSC a premier examination in this country. Candidates preparing for this examination should know the importance of previous year question paper. We had come up before with economics, geography, environment and history previous year question papers. Here we are with Indian polity previous question paper.
Indian polity which include constitution and governance part of the country. In Upsc Prelims each year there is trend of around 20% questions from Indian polity. So we have come up with a detailed and comprehensive compilation of Indian polity previous question paper.
The compilation contains topic wise and year wise classification of polity previous question papers. Polity is to be considered very scoring and easy subject because questions in this subject are direct and usually easy to moderate type difficulty.
How to read polity:-
- Books- Laxmikant (for prelims) and D.D. Basu(for mains)
- Read laxmikant by comparison between to organs like read president in comparison with governor ,read like this it has been proved a very effective and efficient technique for studying polity.
- Revise regularly specially books because there are huge facts which has to be kept in mind too
- Current affairs related with polity or governance are must for both prelims and mains
- Attempt mock question
Attempt previous year question paper because attempting these will help you to build confidence and you will also come to know the topics in which you feel difficulty. Candidates are also required to see the solution and also the options other than solution .
From 2009 to 2015 UPSC has asked about 80 questions more or less from polity that includes mostly static portion and the maximum questions asked are from administrative polity like working or governance of various tribunals or working of constitutional bodies.
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