BPSC Polity Preparation Tips 2022 - Polity for BPSC

By Avinash Kumar|Updated : September 8th, 2022

BPSC Polity Preparation Tips: Indian Polity and Constitution has occupied a dominant space in all three stages of the BPSC Civil services examination, be it Prelims, Mains or Interview. Being aware of the basics of our political functioning is quite essential apart from mastering the Indian Constitution to compete in the BPSC Exam. To prepare polity for BPSC exam, one first needs to know the BPSC polity syllabus. In the following given article, we have provided the best tips to prepare polity for BPSC exam.

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Bihar Polity for BPSC

Polity questions in BPSC are often easy and if you are fully prepared, they can be solved pretty easily. Since competition is highly severe and every single trademark is important, no easy question may be left or marked incorrect in this scenario. So we are developing a strategy in order to take over all the principles of politics in a limited period.

You can also download the expert-curated BPSC polity notes mentioned below. BPSC notes on polity are designed keeping in mind the Bihar Polity for BPSC.

BPSC Polity Syllabus

Polity is asked in both BPSC Prelims and Mains examination. As per the BPSC Syllabus, the following is the syllabus for BPSC Prelims polity. 

  • Indian Polity and major changes in the economy/polity of Bihar in the post-independence period.
  • Questions of Indian Economy and Indian Polity will test knowledge on the country’s political system, Panchayati Raj, community development and planning in India and Bihar.

BPSC Polity Syllabus in Hindi

  • स्वतंत्रता के बाद की अवधि में भारतीय राजनीति और बिहार की अर्थव्यवस्था/राजनीति में बड़े बदलाव।
  • भारतीय राजनीति के प्रश्न भारत और बिहार में देश की राजनीतिक व्यवस्था, पंचायती राज, सामुदायिक विकास और योजना पर ज्ञान का परीक्षण करेंगे।

BPSC Polity Question Weightage

In the previous BPSC exams, which are the 66th BPSC and 65th BPSC exam, approximately of 7 - 10 questions were asked. Here is the weightage of BPSC polity questions

ExamNumber of QuestionsDifficulty Level
 66th BPSC7Moderate to difficult
 65th BPSC 10 Easy

Check the latest BPSC Exam Pattern for a better understanding. 

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BPSC Polity Preparation Strategy

Polity for BPSC cannot be prepared in a single day. A number of questions are asked about the important amendments in the constitution, Articles such as Article 32, Article 26, etc. Thus, you would need to revise those in the best possible manner so that you can retain it for a longer period of time. we have provided some of the tips that will help you to prepare BPSC polity questions.

*Attentive reading:

In politics, aspirants are expected to read the subject very well. Sometimes even small details can be requested, thus even small details should be reviewed carefully.

*Revision:

Review the topic often once the entire curriculum is covered. Build short notes (synopsis). This helps to revisit the test quickly. It saves time and helps us to keep the content better in mind.

Best Books for BPSC Polity Section

Aspirants might follow a textbook for fundamental concepts. Although several are on the market, Lakshmikant can be chosen. Just stick to the book you select. Besides, you have to read newspapers regularly. Find out and read the political concerns in the journal.

Then the aspirants should try and connect what they read with the textbook in the newspaper. For instance, if there is news in the newspaper about the presidential election, then you should study from your textbook the procedure of the President's election.

How to Read Polity Questions for BPSC?

The candidates should ideally read the textbook entirely. Make sure that crucial subjects can be adequately covered and effectively revised. Those applicants that have already covered crucial aspects of the book can read the entire book while others start to read the important subjects listed below first and then go forward.

Those issues that are easy to understand and highly likely to ask inquiries must first be fully addressed. Because a simple question cannot be missed in the examination. It will be difficult for all if the issue is difficult, therefore it can be left but not easy.

BPSC Polity Questions

Candidates can download the BPSC question papers for Prelims & Mains to analyze the kind of polity questions asked in the BPSC exam. It will provide you with a fair understanding of what to expect and how to prepare for the exam. Check the questions asked in the BPSC Exam:

1. When did the Election Commission of India issue a Press Note for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Bihar, 2020?

(A) 23 Sept 2020

(B) 24 Sept 2020

(C) 25 Sept 2020

(D) 26 Sept 2020

(E) None of the Above/More than one of the above

2. Which of the following act introduced a separate electorate system in India?

(A) The Regulating Act, 1773

(B) The Charter Act, 1833

(C) The Pitt's India Act, 1784

(D) The Indian Councils Act, 1909

(E) None of the Above/More than one of the above

 3. Which article in the Indian Constitution is related to the establishment of the Election Commission of India?

(A) Article 324

(B) Article 148

(C) Article 342

(D) Article 325

(E) None of the Above/More than one of the above

 4. Which Article gives the list of 29 functions to be performed on the Panchayati Raj Institutions?

(A) Article 243(H)

(B) Article 243(E)

(C) Article 243(F)

(D) Article 243(G)

(E) None of the Above/More than one of the above

5. When was the Citizenship (Amendment) Act passed?

(A) 11 December 2018

(B) 11 December 2019

(C) 11 December 2020

(D) 11 October 2019 

(E) None of the Above/More than one of the above

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BPSC Polity Preparation Tips

  • If you want to clear BPSC 2021, you will have a good comprehension and the right strategy (concentrating both on dynamic and static subjects). Polity is the easiest topic in terms of the facts as well as the conciseness of the curriculum.
  • Many simple questions can be expected and the majority of answers can be found in the BPSC Prelims if the policy is revised completely.
  • The issues of Indian politics involve the static and the dynamical elements, therefore the public can expect a large variety of issues. Through the years, most questions have been determined to be direct and vary in difficulty from easy to moderate.

Indian Polity Notes PDF for BPSC

Download BPSC polity notes for all the important topics of the syllabus below. 

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Topics

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1

Important Articles of the Indian Constitution

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2

Historical Evolution of the Constitution (Regulating Act, Charter Act, GOI Act)

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3

Making of Indian Constitution (Constituent Assembly & sources of the constitution)

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4

Preamble, Union and Its Territory, Citizenship

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5

Fundamental Rights (FR) & Fundamental Duties (FD)

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6

Directive Principles & State Policies (DPSP)

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7

President of India (Qualification, Election, Impeachment, Power etc.)

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8

Vice President of India (Qualification, Election, Impeachment etc.)

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9

Indian Parliament Notes

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10

Indian Judiciary

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11

Constitutional Bodies

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12

Non-Constitutional Bodies

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13

Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Minister

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14

Lokpal and Lokayukta Act

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15

Representation of People's (RPA) Act

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16

Basic Structure of the Constitution

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17

Anti-Defection Law

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18

Essential Commodities Act

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19

RTI Act

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20

Public Interest Litigation (PIL)

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21

Political Philosophies

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22

Important Amendments in the Indian Constitution

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23

The local Government system in India

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24

Indian Polity: Article 32 and Writs

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You can also visit the following BPSC related articles:

Related Important Links for Preparation

BPSC Notification

BPSC Exam Pattern

BPSC Syllabus

BPSC Question Papers

BPSC Preparation Tips

BPSC Books

BPSC Study Material

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FAQs

  • List of Fundamental Duties is considered to be quiet important of Polity section. Every year a minimum of 1 to 2 questions are asked from this topic in various exams including Bihar Police SI, Constable, Patwari, and Other state Exams. Check Out Tricks to Remember List of Fundamental Duties

  • The Constitution is the core of the Subject Polity. In many competitive Exams, you can easily find 2 - 5 questions based on the articles of the Indian constitution. Students often find the problem in memorizing important articles. Check Out Most important Article in Indian Constitution

  • The High Court and Supreme Court of India have the power to issue writs in the nature of habeas corpus, quo warranto, certiorari, mandamus, and prohibition under Article 226 and 32, respectively. Check Out Tricks to remember types of writs

  • Indian Constitution originally had eight schedules. Four more schedules were added by different amendments, now making a total tally of twelve.

    Writs are a written order from the Supreme Court or High Court that commands constitutional remedies for Indian Citizens against the violation of their fundamental rights. Check Out Tricks to Remember Indian Polity Schedules

  • Aspirants often face problem in memorizing polity concept. A mind map is a type of structure. It's a method of assisting you with organizing, visualizing, and summarising. Its aim is to make it easier to store information on a single file. Download Polity Mind Map

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