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Polity Subject, Revision and Note Making
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Strategy for Polity and Revision Schedule.

Mudit Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Mudit Gupta
B.Tech. (ECE), LAMP Fellow (2015), Quora Top-Writer, 2018 and AIR 76 DU LLB Entrance Exam, 2016

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Thanks a lot mam for this great lecture series... just a small addition from my side.. out of 12 cities - 10 cities are same for HRIDAY and PRASAD (Ajmer, Amritsar, Amravati, Dwarka, Puri, Mathura, Varanasi, Kanchipuram, Vellankini, Gaya) 2 other in HRIDAY are - Badami and Warangal while 2 in PRASAD are - Kamakhya (Assam) and Kedarnath (Uttarakhand) source -
thank you cleared a big dought..
sir static portion se kya matlab hai ..... hota kya hai yeh static portion .... please answer
can you please sent me old ncert link to download. i have downloaded ncert but i don't know whether it is old or new.please sent me aold ncert link as soon as possible.
Hello Sir, Your course is very good and is well defined covering almost all FAQs related to Preliminary Exam, but Sir with due respect I Would like to ask that What's the main reason of recommending the old NCERT books?
sir time allocation for current affairs .. 4 hrs .. its included reading the hindu, unacademy lessons ,pib etc?
Sunny O
2 years ago
Just follow The Hindu and you can go to Insight of India website.( It will provide best questions and answer daily CA.)
Meenakshi Anand
2 years ago
but unacademy courses and mcqs are really helpful
Sunny O
2 years ago
Yes everything is helpful, Buy we have to select only few options which we can totaly rely on. At initial you can just watch Unacademy lessons for growing understanding and logistic approach about important news. We need not to be connoisseur. Just Be a Jack of all trades....
Meenakshi Anand
2 years ago
Priya singh
2 years ago
hello sir...i am working and married.i have no time for news papper so any other option for current affair?is the Hindu necessary?
Sunny O
2 years ago
@ Priya- What you mean you have no time !!! You have to spare at least 8 to 10 hour daily for preparation. And current affairs are the most important thing ,,,You cant skip this.. All you can do is just change the option to read CA, and you can Visit website for daily important current affairs, This is the best Compensation for The hindu Full paper. Or Monthly Darishti magazine Or Vision Monthly Magazine. IN my Opinion atleast follow Insights or The hindu daily.
I haven't followed any current affairs up till now except for Yojana so what can I do about my current affairs preparation part
you should use vision ias magazines. no need to refer any newspaper.
Gayatri Reddy
2 years ago
Current affairs from Jun 2017-may 2018 are enough.For current affairs,you can go through vision material.As far as this month's yojana summary is concerned, you can watch this course which I personally found very useful :

  2. ABOUT ME Born and brought up in Delhi Engineer - Electronics and Communication College- Jaypee Institute of Information - - and Technology, Sector 62, Noida. - CGPA 8.4/10 LAMP Fellow DU LLB entrance = AIR 76 Interests - Writing and Blogging (Quora and Wordpress) Reading about India

  3. TARGET AUDIENCE TARGET AUDIENCE - UPSC SSc . RBI Grade-B IBPS PO . SBIPO UPSC SSC . RBI Grade-B IBPS PO . SBIPO By Mudit Gupta By Mudit Gupta Daily Current Affairs MCQ for UPSC CSE-November Daily Editorial Analysis for November 2017 9 Lessons 22 Lessons 132 ratings 38 reviews 155 ratings 38 reviews

  4. POLITY Not included in the 180 days plan . Why? Already time constraint - What should be the plan for Polity then? Laxmikanth Notes compilation Small chapters (Except a few)

  5. POLITY After completing the static portion of a particular day 1 chapter/ day For bigger chapters - - - 1 chapter in 3-4 days Depending upon the length . Polity No notes Easier (Because of Laxmikanth) Make it continuous

  6. NOTE MAKING Depends upon yourspeed Personal Opinion Yes!! It is must - Polity No need 0

  7. REVISION When to start revision? - Probable answer 1 month before exam Personal opinion Today 1.5 hours to revision/ day " 45 Minutes " Static Part 45 Minutes Current

  8. DAILY TIME ALLOCATION - 10-12 Hours 6 hours o Static Including polity 4 Hours a Current Affairs 1.5 Hours Revision