What you’ll learn
- Gain a better understanding of PS and IR Paper-1
- Interactive video lectures in every lesson will help you better understand a lesson.
- Daily Evaluate your own performance by writing and practicing two answers given after each lessons
- Wise IAS notes covers Complete Syllabus for UPSC CSE Examination
Why PSIR Optional?
The PSIR syllabus is very useful even after clearing the IAS exam as a large number of concepts can be used while working in the government. Apart from this, many candidates would find political science very interesting as it helps them clear the UPSC Civil Services Exam.
The optional paper is suitable for candidates from varied backgrounds ranging from international trade specialists, management consultants, teachers and so on. IAS aspirants should integrate their preparation for PSIR with General Studies to be able to grasp all the concepts and secure a high rank in the UPSC exam.
PSIR, as it is commonly known, is one subject for which a huge amount of study material is available. The syllabus consists of topics related to the freedom struggle and Indian politics, the Constitution of India, the international economic system and trade, international organisations, India’s foreign policy and peacekeeping among others. These topics are also part of the General Studies syllabus.