Learn and Revise Polity through Mind Maps: Tips and Tricks

By Avinash Kumar|Updated : July 18th, 2021

Learn and Revise Polity Through Mind Maps: Aspirants often face problem in memorizing facts of General Awareness and Static General Knowledge. In this article, we will learn to make mind maps and use them effectively while making notes and memorize general awareness topics. This technique would be very beneficial to revise quickly before the exam. Let us start without any further delay.  

What are Mind Maps?

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. Having a mind map will make studying and revising certain subjects faster and more interesting. Mind maps may be created by hand or with the help of a computer program.

How to Make Mind Maps?

Let us learn step by step to make mind maps:

  • Step 1: Write down all the important information that you want to remember on the blank page
  • Step 2: Identify the Main Idea or topic on which the whole concept is based. Write in the big font you can write in the middle too. (Refer to the Image)
  • Step 3: After that try to categories the information into sub-headings under which the remaining information can be written. These sub-headings should be various aspects of the main idea which would help in understanding the main concept.
  • Step 4: The information, which has been written under sub-headings, would be explaining the sub-headings in detail. 

Learn and Revise Polity Through Mind Maps 

In this article, we will be providing mind maps on the important topics of Polity Topics regularly. Following are the importance of Polity Mind Maps:

  • You can quickly revise the whole topic in one go in very little time. 
  • If you haven't prepared short notes, you can use these mind maps. 
  • Mind maps are very important and crucial for upcoming state exams. 


  • Students can save this article in their Saved Notes and also can download the mind maps in pdf form
  • Also, as it is one of its kind efforts to provide you with high-quality study notes keeping in mind the upcoming exams, kindly give your feedback in the comment section. You can also suggest polity topics for which you want mind maps

Name of Topic


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President of India
  • Qualification 
  • Oath
  • Term
  • Election of President
  • Powers of President
    • Executive Powers 
    • Legislative Powers
    • Diplomatic Powers
    • Military Powers
    • Judicial Powers
    • Emergency Powers
    • Financial Powers
  • Impeachment of President
Download Mind Map
Prime Minister of India
  • Eligibility 
  • Term
  • Role Description
  • Appointment
  • The procedure of appointment of PM
  • Powers and Functions of PM
  • Relationship Between Prime minister and President of India
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Election Commission of India
  • Introduction
  • Article 324
  • Logo
  • Composition of EC
  • Appointment
  • Tenure
  • Powers and functions of EC
  • Important articles related to the Election Commission of India

(This topic would be very important from an exam point of view as elections have been in the news)

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Parliament of India
  • Parts of Indian Parliament
  • Qualification
  • Disqualification
  • Composition of Lok Sabha
  • Composition of Rajya Sabha
  • Time Duration of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
  • Sessions of Parliament
  • Devices of Parliamentary Proceedings
  • Vacating of Seats
  • Important articles related to the Indian Parliament
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Constitutional and Non-Constitutional Bodies in India
  • Constitutional Bodies
    • What are Constitutional Bodies?
    • List of Constitutional Bodies and Related Articles
  • Non Constitutional Bodies
    • What are Non-Constitutional Bodies
    • Classification of non-constitutional bodies
    • Statutory Bodies in India
      • Definition 
      • List of statutory bodies
    • Regulatory Bodies in India
      • Definition
      • List of regulatory bodies
    • Non-Statutory Bodies in India
      • Definition
      • List of non-statutory bodies 
    • Quasi-Judicial Bodies in India
      • Definition
      • List of quasi-judicial bodies
  • Difference between Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Bodies 
Download Mind Map

Directive Principles of State Policy and Schedules of Indian Constitution

(Last Mind Map)

  • Directive Principles of State Policy
    • Definition
    • Socialistic Principles
      • Definition
      • Ar. 38 - Ar. 47
    • Gandhian Principles
      • Definition
      • Ar 40 - 48
    • Liberal - Intellectual Principles
      • Definition 
      • Ar 44 - 51 A
  • Schedules of Indian Constitution
    • Schedule 1 - 12
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Hope this was useful to you. Let me know your feedback in the comments!!
All The Best!!

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