Optional Political Science and International Relations Optional
UPSC Optional
Course Start:
Sadashiv Peth ,Pune
08 Aug 2022

How to study optional?

How to Choose Optional Subject?

The selection of a proper and better optional subject for the Civil Service Exam is a difficult problem for the aspirants of Civil Service in the present competitive scenario. It could be decided only on the basis of proper information regarding the subject. Many students are usually confused between various subjects of humanities background like Political Science and International Relations, History, Sociology, Anthropology, Geography, Public Administration, etc.

You can follow the methodology given below for selecting your optional subject :

Step 1: Go through the list of all 26 optional subjects. The list is mentioned in UPSC notification.
Step 2: Shortlist at least 3-4 optional subjects which you feel like opting.
Step 3: You can think about your degree subject as an optional subject or any other subject you find interesting.
Step 4: Read one good basic book of a shortlisted optional subject.
Step 5: Finalise your optional subject on the basis of what you like and what you understand.

UPSC Political Science & International Relations Optional Batch

To get the high-quality notes of Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli for UPSC Political Science Optional subject, just click on the links at the end of the page.

In UPSC, Political Science and International Relations Optional is considered to be a high scoring subject which can help you get a good lead over your competitors. To get a decent score in this subject you need conceptual clarity, ability to remember various theories, thinkers and inter-relations between topics. It also has a fair amount of current affairs in both the papers.

At Chanakya Mandal Pariwar, Political Science and International Relations Optional Batch is designed to fulfil these requirements. Here, we are sharing sample notes of the same, so that you get to know our teaching methodology and get to see study material of the same.

To understand this subject in an exam-oriented manner and to keep getting such easy to remember notes of all topics of this subject, you may join our recently started batch, which has the following features:

  • Comprehensive coverage of all subtopics
  • Makes complex concepts simpler
  • Answer writing embedded within sessions itself
  • Experienced faculty members
  • Live Interactive sessions so that you can learn from anywhere
  • Watch recorded sessions if you miss live sessions due to your office/college

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Sample Study Notes — >

Click Here to get notes of Plato                    Click Here to get notes of Aristotle                Click Here to get notes of Machiavelli