Indian Polity For UPSC Prelims

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Social & Political Life I – 1. Understanding DiversityClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 2. Diversity and DiscriminationClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 3. What is GovernmentClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 4. Key Elements of a Democratic GovernmentClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 5. Panchayati RajClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 6. Rural AdministrationClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 7. Urban AdministrationClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 8. Rural LivelihoodsClick Here
Social & Political Life I – 9. Urban LivelihoodsClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 1. On EqualityClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 2. Role of the Government in HealthClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 3. How the State Government WorksClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 4. Growing up as Boys and GirlsClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 5. Women Change the WorldClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 6. Understanding MediaClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 7. Understanding AdvertisingClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 8. Markets Around UsClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 9. A Shirt in the MarketClick Here
Social & Political Life II – 10. Struggles for EqualityClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 1. The Indian ConstitutionClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 2. Understanding SecularismClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 3. Why do we need a ParliamentClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 4. Understanding LawsClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 5. JudiciaryClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 6. Understanding Our Criminal Justice SystemClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 7. Understanding MarginalisationClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 8. Confronting MarginalisationClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 9. Public FacilitiesClick Here
Social & Political Life III – 10. Law and Social JusticeClick Here
Democratic Politics IClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 1. Power SharingClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 2. FederalismClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 3. Democracy and DiversityClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 4. Gender Religion and CasteClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 5. Popular Struggles and MovementsClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 6. Political PartiesClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 7. Outcomes of DemocracyClick Here
Democratic Politics II – 8. Challenges to DemocracyClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 1. ConstitutionClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 2. Rights in the Indian ConstitutionClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 3. Election and RepresentationClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 4. ExecutiveClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 5. LegislatureClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 6. JudiciaryClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 7. FederalismClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 8. Local GovernmentClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 9. Constitution as a Living DocumentClick Here
Indian Constitution At Work – 10 Philosophy of the ConstitutionClick Here
Political Theory – 1. IntroductionClick Here
Political Theory – 2. FreedomClick Here
Political Theory – 3. EqualityClick Here
Political Theory – 4. Social JusticeClick Here
Political Theory – 5. RightsClick Here
Political Theory – 6. CitizenshipClick Here
Political Theory – 7. NationalismClick Here
Political Theory – 8. SecularismClick Here
Political Theory – 9. PeaceClick Here
Political Theory – 10. DevelopmentClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 1. Cold War EraClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 2. End of BipolarityClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 3. US Hegemony in World PoliticsClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 4. Alternativev Centres of PowerClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 5. Contemporary South AsiaClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 6. International OrganizationsClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 7. Security in the Contemporary WorldClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 8. Environment and Natural ResourcesClick Here
Contemporary World Politics – 9. GlobalisationClick Here
Political Science II – 1. Challenges of Nation BuildingClick Here
Political Science II – 2. Era of One Party DominanceClick Here
Political Science II – 3. Politics of planned developmentClick Here
Political Science II – 4. India’s External RelationsClick Here
Political Science II – 5. Challenges to and Restoration of the Congress SystemClick Here
Political Science II – 6. The Crisis of Democratic OrderClick Here
Political Science II – 7. Rise of Popular MovementsClick Here
Political Science II – 8. Regional AspirationsClick Here
Political Science II – 9. Recent Developments in Indian PoliticsClick Here