1. read President -- then read governer
2. read PM, then read CM
3. Parliament and then State Legislature
4. Supreme Court and then High court
and so on.
1. remember it better and
2.can answer the comparative question better
(like powers of President vs. governor etc etc- they generally ask
these types of questions a lot.)
they'd ask generally 3 types of question
: A) Supreme court has this abc power B) HC has this xyz power. : which of above sentences are correct.?
Match the following (in this again it can be either the comparative details or Art. number to contents of that article)
assertion and reasoning.
its equally easy to get wrong answers in Polity section. Because the statements given are actually legal text- you've to interprepate them carefully before concluding the answer.
otherwise in the question like
so this require constant revision and practicing test question papers and previous years papers.
never forget to read any polity article/editorial in newspaper regarding polity. helps you very much in G.S and Essay.
for more see this
Indian Polity -Wizard or
Laxmikanth Indian Polity or
Pratiyogita Darpan's Indian Polity or
Chronicle's Polity special prelim issue magazine in 2008.
(stick to one book, no need to buy them all.
choose the latest edition which provides latest data on the side issues like Law Commission reports etc. + previous years Question papers etc -if you've not bought any polity book yet then-I would recommend Indian Polity -Wizard in that case. but any other book will do the same magic as well.)
refer NCERT & DD Basu only if you've plenty of time, otherwise you won't loose anything in prelims,even if you don't read it.