Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) has been one of the most coveted subjects by the aspirants
Choosing the right optional subjects is one of the most decisive factors in clearing the Civil Services Exam.
A signifying weight age of five hundred marks implies that the aspirant should leave no stone unturned to score the maximum marks in the optional subject.
The dilemma of picking the right optional subject from the list of 26 is quite a daunting taskl!!! Personal interest and flair for the subject, syllabus, success rate and its
correspondence with the General Studies topics are the usual parameters negotiated to settle on with one among the many. PSlR has a remarkable combination of static
and dynamic subject matters like political philosophies, theories, social structures and international affairs.
its mammoth overlap with the General Studies syllabus!!! While a good reading of Part A In Paper [Is sure to assist the students in Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude and History modules, Part B of the paper is perfect combination of Indian Polity and Social Issues. Likewise Paper II offers again a dynamic mixture of study of different global political systems and contemporary international affairs.
A serious aspirant you consider PSlR as his choice of optional is sure to make a mark in the interview. The integrated approach towards the optional will for sure help the
students to connect to various current events and hence present his/her opinion in a coherent and logical manner