- Mode: Online Only.
- Daily two Question – Model Answer - Evaluation within 24 hours
- Daily two additional questions for practice. These answers will not be evaluated.
- 2 Full Length Tests - 1 each of Paper 1 & Paper 2 (After completion of each section).
- Video discussion of all questions to be provided.
- Detailed evaluation and personalized feedback.
- Weekly zoom session with the faculty for guidance and clearing doubts.
- Question to be released at 12.00 Noon and Answer can be uploaded till 12 noon next day
- Model answer will be released at 12.00 noon next day
- Module-wise micro-syllabus for guided preparation
- One-on-One Mentorship session with the faculty.
- Additional content on contemporary topics to be provided and discussed.
Best suited for: Students who have completed their PSIR foundation course or are about to complete. This will ensure complete revision and topic-wise answer writing in a time-bound manner. So that, your get ready for Mains 2024.
Regionalization of World Politics: EU; ASEAN; APEC; SAARC; NAFTA; IPEF; QUAD; I2U2
Contemporary Global Concerns: Democracy; Human rights; Environment
Contemporary Global Concerns: Gender justice; Terrorism; Nuclear proliferation
Indian Foreign Policy: Determinants, The institutions of policy-making; Continuity and
India’s contribution to Non-aligned movement, Current Role; India and South Asia: Policies, Regional Groupings & Challenges.
India & South Asia: Pakistan; Afghanistan; Nepal;
India & South Asia: Maldives; Sri Lanka; Bhutan; Bangladesh
India-West Asia Relations; India – ASEAN Relations;
Major Powers: China; USA; Russia
Major Powers: Japan; EU; Australia
India and the Global South: Relations with Central Asia, Africa and Latin America; Leadership role in the demand for NIEO
Contemporary Developments: Indian Ocean Region; Indo-Pacific; QUAD, AUKUS
Contemporary Developments: India and the UN System; Role in UN Peace-keeping;
Demand for Permanent Seat in the Security Council
Contemporary Developments: India and the Nuclear Question; Changing perceptions
and policy; Vision of a new world order; India and the Global South; WTO negotiations
FULL LENGTH TEST- PAPER II
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