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9. Indian Political Thought:
Dharmashastra, Arthashastra and Buddhist Traditions;
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Sri Aurobindo, M. K. Gandhi, B. R. Ambedkar, M. N. Roy.
10. Western Political Thought :
Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli,
2. Making of the Indian Constitution
3. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution
4. Principal Organs of the Government
6. Statutory Institutions/Commissions
8. Planning and Economic development
2.State in Comparative Perspective
3. Politics of Representation and Participation
5. Approaches to the Study of International Relations
Marxist, Functionalist and Systems theory
6. Key Concepts in International Relations
7. Changing International Political Order
8. Evolution of the International Economic System
10. Regionalisation of World Politics
Good evening sir. I have a very silly doubt. Please answer it. I have opted for PSIR but I don’t able to read newspapers as according to me ,newspapet take a lot of time nd not productive in my case. But for covering current affairs, I look at RSTV, ORF website,Council of Foreign affairs website, youtube videos. Will these be sufficient to cope up with the current events? Altough, I have seen the PYQs and came to a conclusion that the questions in PSIR(even in dynamic sections) are based on contemporary affairs and not Current affiars. It’s my humble request… Read more »
Hi Nadeem, First, I would say you’re on track since you’ve analysed the PYQs. And what you’re saying is very true. At most, the questions are from contemporary happenings in the field of IR and are are never purely current affairs based. It should also be understood that the happenings in international relations are very slow. There are no dramatic changes within a year or two. And if some sudden does happen, it becomes enough famous for us to take notice. So what you’re doing is quiet appropriate from PSIR perspective. We’ll also be publishing regular current affairs related to… Read more »
Hlo sir kiya aapke psir notes hindi me bhi available hai kya
Translate option is already given on the page, please check.
Can I get these notes in Hindi Medium.
sir, why cant you start a test series for limited people on charge. pls. think about that, it would be really helpful.
Sir This website is a boon for me. Tons of thanks to you. Cannot express in my words what you are doing for average students who are not taking coachings.
Sir one question is it necessary to take PSIR test series of subhra mam
Plz reply sir plz
Actually joining some test series actually helps. But what I’ve observed is that most of the students actually don’t complete it or do timely submissions. Then it really becomes a waste of money.
Further, the timely review is also a problem with most institutions. It is not a good experience if your answers are not checked on time as promised.
So check with existing students if Shubra Ranjan Classes provides a timely answer checking. And if you can do the first part, go ahead.
Can you suggest any CA website for psir!!
I’d be grateful!
Please review ..?
I am a newcomer with having no idea how to start?, where to start? as i am doing self study It will be very helpful if you can guide me
I am confused that should i need to refer shubhra ranjan notes or yours will be sufficient (multiple revisions)?
Hello Neha, actually our notes are largely based on Mam’s notes. They will be almost enough for 1A and 2A specifically. For other papers, I would suggest to also keep track of current happenings.
Hey I have started my optional PSIR currently using shubhra maam’s notes…..I discovered this website a while ago….Can you please share what should be the strategy for PSIR?
And this answer writing initiative is too good….are more answers coming or we have to write the rest by own.
Thank You So Much to your whole team
The program is expected to be peer review-based. The best answers from students will be put up eventually as model answers (with modifications if needed).
Thank you so much sir