Political Science Optional Programs

Political Science & International Relations (PSIR) Mentorship Program with Daily Answer Writing Practice 2023

The course to begin on : 4th December 2022

Click below to see Day-wise Study Schedule :

Paper-I

Paper-II

 

FEATURES :

  1. The program will be conducted in both offline and online modes.
  2. Flexibility to study topics of choice for alignment with students’ other test series or classroom programs.
  3. All new sets of questions along with their detailed Model Approach Answers.
  4. The course is suitable for UPSC/MPSC CSE 2023 students.
  5. The mentor/faculty will make an introductory call (zoom platform) to each candidate separately at the beginning of the course.
  6. Students will get daily study targets of specific topics as per the day-wise timetable mentioned below.
  7. These daily targets need only 4 hours for PSIR study. That means GS-related preparation won’t be affected.
  8. Based on daily study targets, students will receive daily two questions (10M/15M/20M) in the evening.
  9. The student needs to write the answers to the given questions and upload them in the folder specially created by the student’s name.
  10. Students who opted for the offline mode just need to submit their answer sheets at the offline center in New Delhi.
  11. Students who opted for the online mode need to write answers in an offline mode only i.e. on blank papers available to him/her. After attempting questions, he/she needs to scan the answers using a cam scanner/adobe scan mobile app and send us for evaluation and feedback.
  12. Submitted answers will be evaluated by the faculty himself (Faculty details are given below) and feedback will be provided on a daily basis. Here the student has an opportunity to be in touch with the faculty on a daily basis.
  13. Every week mentor will contact each candidate separately to discuss his/her study performance. Students will be provided weekly performance card based on different parameters of the study.
  14. Students can resolve their doubts related to PSIR optional.
  15. A Private Telegram Group will be created for candidates taking admission to this program where they can remain always in touch with the faculty.
  16. Syllabus of Paper-I of PSIR optional will be covered through this program only in 39 days and the Syllabus of Paper-II only in 33 days. Total only 72 days program. 
  17. A total of 144 questions and answer writing practices will be done through this program.
  18. Additionally, two full-length comprehensive papers each for Paper-I and Paper-II will be conducted.
  19. Only 20 students will be admitted to the course to ensure quality evaluation, feedback, and personal attention.
  20. This mentoring program is so flexible that students can start with either the Paper-I syllabus or the paper-II syllabus as per his/her choice.

 

Fees :
Only Paper-I : ₹ 4,500/- (inclusive of all taxes)

Only Paper-II : ₹ 4500/- (inclusive of all taxes)

Both Paper-I and Paper-II : ₹ 8,000/- (inclusive of all taxes)

Mentorship Program plus Test Series : ₹ 12,000/- (click here to see Test Series Schedule)

 

For Registration & Admission, please Click Here

 

Payment options :

1. PhonePe/Paytm/Google Pay/Bhim No. : 9555098967/ 8527965204

2. Bank Account of the institute :
Name : UNIAID EDUCATION SERVICES LLP
Account No. : 38950544288
IFSC : SBIN0016203
Branch : Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi

3 Steps Process to Join Course :

1. Make the payment of fees by using any mode given above.
2. After the payment, the transaction Id will be generated. You need to fill this transaction id in the admission form (Link is given above) along with other details.
3. Submit the admission form.

 

Contact :

95550 98967 (Adesh sir)
85279 65204 (Gajanan sir)

Join us on Telegram : @iasdelhi_polsci

 

Address :  

Delhi Center : 9/13, Basement, Near Agrawal Sweets Gol Chakkar, Bada Bazar Marg, Old Rajendra Nagar (ORN), New Delhi. 110060.

Location link : Click here

Jaipur Center : Ridhi-Sidhi, Gopalpura Bypass, Jaipur.

 

Important Note : To see the daily schedule, more features and about faculty/mentor, please click on the Read More button below.
Political Science & International Relations (PSIR) Test Series with one to one interaction 2023
Date  Subject Syllabus References 
13 Nov 22 Political Theory and Western Political Thought Western Political Thought, Theories of the state, Justice, Equality 1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. “A History of Political  Thought: Plato to Marx” by Subrata Mukherjee and Sushila Ramaswamy (Selective
Reading)
27 Nov 22 Political Theory and Western Political Thought Rights, Democracy, Power, Political Ideologies, Indian Political Thought, 1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. “Modern Indian Political Thought: Text and Context” by Bidyut Chakrabarty and Rajendra Kumar Pandey (Selective Reading)
11 Dec 22 Indian Government and politics Indian Nationalism, Making of the Indian Constitution, Salient Features of the Indian Constitution, Union & State Govt, Grassroots Democracy, Statutory Institution/Commissions, Federalism, Planning and Economic Development, Caste, Religion and Ethnicity in Indian Politics, Party System, Social Movements 1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes.

2. “Introduction to the Constitution of India” by Dr Durga Das Basu.
3. The Hindu and Indian Express
along with Selective issues of World Focus Magazine

25 Dec 22 Comparative Politics and International Relations Comparative Politics, State in comparative perspective, Politics of Representation and Participation, Globalisation, Approaches to the Study of International Relations, Key concepts in International Relations, Changing International Political Order, Evolution of the International Economic System, United Nations, Regionalisation of World Politics, Contemporary Global Concerns 1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. “The Globalization of
World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations” by John Baylis, Steve Smith
8 Jan 23 India and the World Indian Foreign Policy, India’s Contribution to the Non-Alignment Movement, India and South Asia, India and the Global South, India and the Global Centres of Power, India and the UN System, India and the Nuclear Question, Recent developments in Indian Foreign policy 1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. Does the Elephant Dance?: Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy- David M. Malone
3. The Hindu and Indian Express along with Selective issues of World Focus Magazine
15 Jan 23 Comprehensive Paper 1 Political Theory and Indian Politics
22 Jan 23 Comprehensive Paper 2 Comparative Politics and International Relations

 

Fees:

Online Mode : ₹ 4,500/- (inclusive of all taxes)

Offline Mode : ₹ 5,000/- (inclusive of all taxes)

₹ 12,000/- (Test series plus Mentorship Program) [click here to see details of Mentorship Program]

 

For Registration & Admission please Click Here

 

Payment options :

1. PhonePe/Paytm/Google Pay/Bhim No. : 9555098967/ 8527965204

2. Bank Account of the institute :
Name : UNIAID EDUCATION SERVICES LLP
Account No. : 38950544288
IFSC : SBIN0016203
Branch : Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi

3 Steps Process to Join Course :

1. Make the payment of fees by using any mode given above.
2. After the payment, the transaction Id will be generated. You need to fill this transaction id in the admission form (Link is given above) along with other details.
3. Submit the admission form.

 

Contact :

95550 98967 (Adesh Mule sir)
85279 65204 (Gajanan sir)

 

Salient Features:

  1. Test Series schedule is flexible. That means that candidates can attempt the test at their convenience.
  2. The question papers will be set as per the latest trend of the UPSC Examination.
  3. The Test series is available in both offline & online modes.
  4. Like UPSC optional paper, all tests will be of 250 marks having Section-A & Section-B and conducted in Question-cum-Answer (QcA) booklet format.
  5. Timely & in-depth evaluation of answer copies with micro & macro level feedback.
  6. The faculty will evaluate answer sheets and will have one-to-one interactions with students.
  7. Flexibility to study topics of choice for alignment with students’ other classroom programs.

 

Address :  

Delhi Center : 9/13, Basement, Near Agrawal Sweets Gol Chakkar, Bada Bazar Marg, Old Rajendra Nagar (ORN), New Delhi. 110060.

Location link : Click here

Jaipur Center : Ridhi-Sidhi, Gopalpura Bypass, Jaipur.

 

Important Note : To see more features, please click on Read More Button below.