IAS Hand Written Notes General studies Paper II(English)
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IAS ToppersNotes contains handwritten book covering General studies syllabus for both UPSC Pre & Mains.
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- Collected from top coachings and written by top students.
- Covers General Studies syllabus in detail for both Pre & Mains.
- Written in clean and readable handwriting.
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IAS Handwritten Notes General studies Paper 2 contains two volumes having a total of 529 pages. All the topics for GS Paper 2 are covered in these two volumes like Constitution, Governance & Social Justice, Constitutional Bodies, Supreme Court, Government Scheme, Aspects of Governance, Participative CS/Bureau, Welfares Schemes, International Relations, Indian Diaspora, International Institutions/Agencies, etc.
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IAS Hand Written Notes General Studies Paper II (English) contains handwritten books covering General studies syllabus for both UPSC Pre & Mains.
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The notes will do wonder to your preparation if you also do following things. You will need to go through NCERT books which are a good source of vast knowledge and a prominent part of our education system. Join a reputed test series. Go through newspapers and keep yourself updated about everything going around the world.
IAS toppers Handwritten Notes- General studies paper-2 are the result of efforts of various IAS aspirants, teachers, and toppers. Notes contain study material in a very short and concise form and cover the facts and figures which are required for the exam. IAS Notes can serve as a good source of study material for those who are preparing from home and not attending any coaching institute.
IAS Hand Written Notes General Studies Paper II has two volumes:-
Volume 1covers :
Constitution, Governance & Social Justice, Constitutional Bodies, Supreme Court, Government Scheme, Aspects of Governance, Participative CS/Bureau, Welfares Schemes.
- The framework defining fundamental political principles is constitution
- All the inclusive of constitutional bodies
- The constitution and jurisdiction of Supreme Court is stated in detail
- Important schemes of the Government explained here
- Important aspects of governance, transparency, and accountability
- All the Welfare Schemes which are necessary for exams.
Volume 2 covers
- India Russia and other international relations with institutions like World Bank, IMF, WTO etc. and regional groupings like UNO, BRICS, EU, NATO, ASEAN, etc.
- The Indian Diaspora is a generic term to describe the people who migrated from territories that are currently within the borders of the Republic of India.
- Important international institutions,agencies. United Nations Organization (UN) World Economic Forum (WEF) United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD) World Trade Organization (WTO) International Labour Organisation (ILO) United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) International Monetary Fund (IMF)
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