Here we mention all about Plutus IAS Indian politics and governance For UPSC and IAS Exam Book for better preparation of all the student.
Plutus IAS Indian politics and governance for UPSC and IAS Exam Book
UPSC IAS is considered as the toughest and most prestigious competitive examination conducted across the country. To score good in IAS examination, candidates need best guides for each and every subject.
Plutus IAS series of books and guides covers the entire syllabus precisely and helps you score well. To crack the toughest competitive examination like IAS, choosing the best and proper books is very essential. Here we’d mentioned about the best Politics and Governance book UPSC IAS Exam, Indian Polity and Governance General Studies by Plutus IAS.
What is IAS Examination:-
IAS (Indian Administrative Service) or UPSC CSE is conducted by Union Public Service Commission for recruiting candidates for civil services like IPS, IAS, IFS, etc. It is the toughest exam in India. UPSC IAS exam is conducted in three levels: Prelims, Mains, followed by an interview or personality test.
Eligibility criteria for the exam are as follows:
Nationality – Indian
Maximum Attempts – For general and EWS Category: 6
For OBCs: 9
Age Limit – 21 to 32 years
Educational Qualification – Graduation from any authorized university or college
Politics Optional Subject in UPSC IAS:-
UPSC allows the candidates to choose optional subject as per their conveyance from a list of 48 subjects. Some of these subjects usually have a large overlap with that of General Studies.
Political Science is one subject for which a huge amount of study material is available. The syllabus consists of topics related to the freedom struggle and Indian politics, the Constitution of India, the international economic system and trade, international organizations, India’s foreign policy and peacekeeping among others. These topics are also part of the General Studies syllabus
Politics Optional contains 2 papers in UPSC Mains Examination of 250 marks each.
Syllabus Covered under Politics Optional:-
Part I – Political Theory and Indian Politics
- Political Theory
- Theories of State
- Concept of Power
- Political Ideologies
- Indian Political Thought
- Western Political Thought
- Indian Nationalism
Part II- Comparative Politics and International Relations
- Comparative Politics
- State in Comparative Politics
- Politics of Representation and Participation
- Approaches to the Study of International Relations
- Key Concepts In International Relations
- Changing International Partial Order
- Evolution of the International Economic System
- United Nations
- Regionalization of World Politics
- Contemporary Global Concerns
- India and the World
Politics is a great choice for optional subject in UPSC IAS examination as it provides you a practical approach and knowledge of concepts which can be used while working in the government.