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The syllabus for the UPSC exam is vast, and it is easy to get lost in it all if one doesn’t step in with a proper plan. Often students waste a lot of their time on topics that are not relevant from the exam point of view.
To help you STUDY WHAT MATTERS, EduRev has prepared not only the syllabus, and how to study each subject for UPSC with EduRev, but also a timetable which would cover all your concepts in the least amount of time possible and will leave room for lots of revision, which is very necessary for UPSC.
Here is the timetable to study Polity for UPSC with EduRev:
Note: Apart from the timetable, students need to spend at least 2 hours every day on current affairs to ensure that their dynamic part of the paper is not left behind while studying any particular subject.
EduRev provides, daily, weekly, and monthly subject wise current affairs on the app.
You can access them from here.
You should attempt the chapter-wise tests as well after reading the textbook of that chapter. EduRev gives you NCERT based tests for every chapter you read.
1. Day 1 to 4: NCERT Summary
2. Day 4 to 7: Laxmikanth for Indian Polity
1. Day 1 & 2: Laxmikanth for polity continued
2. Day 3 to 7: Mock test-based learning
1. Topic-wise - System of Government: Parliamentary & Federal System
2. Day 4: Local Government: Panchayati Raj & Municipality
3. Topic-wise polity - Union Territories and Special Areas
4. Day 6: Non-Constitutional Bodies
5. Topic-wise polity - Working of the Constitution
1. Day 1 to 4: Topic-wise - State Government: Executive & Legislatures
2. Day 5 to 7 - Topic-wise polity - Central Government, Parliament & Judiciary
1. Day 1 to 3: Topic-wise polity - Central Government, Parliament & Judiciary Continued
2. Day 4 to 7: Topic-wise polity - Constitutional Bodies & Special Provisions for SC, ST & OBC
1. Day 1: Other Constitutional Dimensions
2. Day 2 to 7: Topic-wise polity - Political Dynamics
Apart from the given timetable students should also keep reading Administrative Reforms & Commission Reports available on EduRev. You can access it from here.
With our timetable keep your progress tracked and study what matters.
We have also similarly created a structured syllabus & even a stepwise guide to help to crack for UPSC CSE which you can check from the links below:
Happy learning with EduRev!!
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