Political Science and IR Test Series

Political Science & IR Test Series (18 Tests) for CSE-2019  – Starts 11th November, 2018

Political Science & IR Test Series (18 Tests) for CSE-2019 – Starts 11th November, 2018


Starts from 11th November, 2018

18 Tests ( 14 Sectional + 4 Full Length)

   Online/Offline          Target 300+   

  Open Mock Test on 4th November, 2018  

Fee: Rs. 15,000/- (Exclusive of Taxes)

Click Here to Download the Program Details (PDF)


FEATURES OF CHROME IAS TEST SERIES

Limited Enrollments – This is to ensure that due attention is given to the candidates so as to guide them on “How to Improve Answer Writing “, which is often not the case when the number is huge. So, with this aspirants can be personally attended to.

Personal Interaction – Offline + Telephonic – We believe that it’s not enough to evaluate the script, in the current pattern when competition is tough, every stakeholder has to walk an extra mile. We intend to communicate to the aspirant via personal sessions and regularly providing the required inputs to the student. This ensures a gradual understanding of mistakes, without which one cannot improve.

UPSC Pattern – Question Papers are prepared strictly as per the current UPSC pattern.

Stress is on evaluating analytical skills of the aspirant rather than cramming skills.


Objectives of PSIR Test Series

  1. A rigorous revision of the syllabus by designing an exhaustive set of tests, and presenting the topics in syllabus with all possible dimensions.
  2. An insight into the general pattern of the exam, a list of topics more likely to recur in the exam based on currency and relevance.
  3. Post – test discussions involving an all-encompassing discourse on the syllabus and questions, the focus would be to help the student achieve coherence and comfort in handling the complete subject. Personal sessions with each aspirant.
  4. Enhanced answer writing skills.

Test Series Plan


Test – 1 | Date: November 11, 2018

Topics Covered: W.P.T – Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli

Source: Class Notes, Western Political Thought by BRYAN NELSON also by other writer such as Subrata Mukherjee, JP Suda, CL Wayper


Test – 2 | Date: November 18, 2018

Topics Covered: W.P.T – Hobbes, J.S Mill, Locke

Source: Class Notes, Western Political Thought by BRYAN NELSON also by other writer such as Subrata Mukherjee, JP Suda, CL Wayper


Test – 3 | Date: November 25, 2018

Topics Covered: Marx, Gramsci, Hannah Arendt

Source: Class Notes, Western Political Thought by BRYAN NELSON also by other writer such as Subrata Mukherjee, JP Suda, CL Wayper


Test – 4 | Date: December 02, 2018

Topics Covered: Indian Political Thought

Source: Class Notes, Indian Political thought by V.P Verma,O P Gauba, VR Mehta, Shankar Gosh, Thomas Pantham, MA IGNOU


Test – 5 | Date: December 09, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Political Theory, Unit – 2:- Theories of the State, Unit – 8:- Political Ideology

Source: Class Notes, Political Theory by O P Gauba, Modern Political Science by S P Verma, MA IGNOU, Political Theory by Rajeev Bhargava, Political Ideologies by Andrew Heywood


Test – 6 | Date: December 16, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 3:- Justice, Unit – 4:- Equality, Unit – 5:- Rights, Unit – 6:- Democracy, Unit – 7:- Concept of Power

Source: Class Notes, Political Theory by O P Gauba, Political Theory by Rajeev Bhargava, Issues in Political Theory by Catriona Mckinnon, Politic by Andrew Heywood


Test – 7 | Date: December 23, 2018

Comprehensive – 1 (Paper – I Part – A) 


Test – 8 | Date: December 30, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Indian Nationalism, Unit – 2:- Making of the Indian Constitution, Unit – 3:- Salient Features of the Indian Constitution, Unit – 4:- Principal Organs of the Union Government, Unit – 6:- Statutory Institution/Commissions, Unit – 7:- Federation

Source: Class Notes, Unit – 1 – India’s struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra, Modern Indian Political Thought by Bidyut Chakrabarty, Indian Polity by Lakshmikant, Indian Government and Politics by BL Fadia & by Rumki Basu, Oxford Handbook of The Indian Constitution, Politics in India by Pratap Bhanu Mehta & Neerja Gopal Jayal, 2nd ARC Report – Citizen Centric Governance


Test – 9 | Date: January 06, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 5:- Grassroots Democracy, Unit – 8:- Planning and Economic Development, Unit – 9:- Caste, Religion and Ethnicity in Indian Politics, Unit – 10:- Party System, Unit – 11:- Social Movements

Source: Class Notes, Indian Polity by Lakshmikant, Indian Government and Politics by BL Fadia & by Rumki Basu, Oxford Handbook of The Indian Constitution, Politics in India by Pratap Bhanu Mehta & Neerja Gopal Jayal


Test – 10 | Date: January 13, 2019

Comprehensive – 2 (Paper – I Part – B) Full length Test 


Test – 11 | Date: January 20, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Comprehensive Politics, Unit – 2:- State in comparative perspective, Unit – 3:- Political of Representative and Participation

Source: Class Notes, Comparative Politic by V.N. Khanna, MA IGNOU, Politics by Andrew Heywood, Global Politics by Andrew Heywood


Test – 12 | Date: January 27, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 5:- Approaches to the Study of International Relation, Unit – 6:- Key concepts in International Relations

Source: Class Notes, Globalisation of World Politics by Bayliss & Steve Smith, Theories of International Relation by Rumki Basu and Sorensen


Test – 13 | Date: February 03, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 4:- Globalisation, Unit – 7:- Changing International Economic System, Unit – 8:- Evolution of the International Economic

Source: Class Notes, Global Politics – Andrew Heywood, Globalisation of World Politics – Bayliss & Steve Smith, IR by V.N Khanna


Test – 14 | Date: February 10, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 9:- United Nations, Unit – 10:- Regionalisation of World Politics, Unit – 11:- Contemporary Global Concern

Source: Class Notes, Global Politics – Andrew Heywood, Globalisation of World Politics – Bayliss & Steve Smith, IR by V.N Khanna


Test – 15 | Date: February 17, 2019

Comprehensive – 3 (Paper – II Part – A) Full length Test


Test – 16 | Date: February 24, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Indian Foreign Policy, Unit – 2:- India’s Contribution to the Non-Alignment Movement, Unit – 3:- India and South Asia, Unit – 4:- India and the Global South

Source: Class Notes, Oxford handbook on Indian foreign Policy, Global Politics – Andrew Heywoods, Indian Foreign policy by Rajiv Sikri, Magazine – World Forum (Monthly), Website – MoEA, Rajya Sabha TV


Test – 17 | Date: March 03, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 5:- India and Global Centre of Power, Unit – 6:- India and The UN System, Unit – 7:- Indian and The Nuclear Question, Unit – 8:- Recent Developments in Indian Foreign Policy

Source: Class Notes, Oxford handbook on Indian foreign Policy, Global Politics – Andrew Heywoods, Indian Foreign policy by Rajiv Sikri, Magazine – World Forum (Monthly), Website – MoEA, Rajya Sabha TV


Test – 18 | Date: March 10, 2019

Comprehensive -4 (Paper – II Part – B) Full Length Test


OBJECTIVES OF CHROME IAS TEST SERIES

It is important to understand at the first place, “What should be the motive of Test Series”? If it is to have more and more questions being repeated, then perhaps best would be to take all sources and Compile in a document which at times is so bulky but in reality has very little substance.

Criteria of joining a test series should neither be that whether few of our questions appear directly in the exam (Preliminary+Mains) nor should it be the objective of an aspirant before joining test series. The important and perhaps the only question is how have you trained your mind to respond to the main and the final event which comes after an exhaustive and well-designed test program clubbed with right feedback. This remains our never-ending endeavor at Chrome IAS Academy to provide the same.

So we believe that enrolling for test series at Chrome IAS Academy is justified as it serves the following purposes:

First is “Training of Mind”, if that is achieved half of the battle is won. And the primary purpose of the test series at Chrome IAS Academy is this.

Second important aspect of our well-crafted program is to act as a “Priming factor”. It has to prepare you for the final event and act as a close rehearsal. Though initially we started off with a Comprehensive Test module, but on demand from aspirants, this year we have come up with a Sectional Plan, so as to keep aspirants in a step wise learning model.

Third purpose of Chrome IAS Main Examination Test Series is to give you a platform to “Revisit important issues” and also topics that might have skipped your gaze. Also to implement what you have learnt over time and see where you stand as comparison to others.

Fourth and perhaps the most important aspect is the “Right Feedback” which is customized based on the assessment of the aspirant by out experts.

This program is designed for comprehensive revision and preparation for individual GS Papers (I, II, III and IV).


Note: Changes in the Test Schedule may be made due to unforeseen circumstances with or without any prior notice. The Institute shall not be responsible for any loss or liability suffered by the students arising out of such adjustments in the Schedule.


ALL THE BEST | NOTHING WORTH ; COMES EASY | WORK HARD

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Political Science & IR Test Series (18 Tests) for CSE-2019  – Starts 21st October, 2018

Political Science & IR Test Series (18 Tests) for CSE-2019 – Starts 21st October, 2018


Starts from 21st October, 2018

18 Tests ( 14 Sectional + 4 Full Length)

Fee: Rs. 15,000/- (Exclusive of Taxes)

Click Here to Download The Program Details


FEATURES OF CHROME IAS TEST SERIES

Limited Enrollments – This is to ensure that due attention is given to the candidates so as to guide them on “How to Improve Answer Writing “, which is often not the case when the number is huge. So, with this aspirants can be personally attended to.

Personal Interaction – Offline + Telephonic – We believe that it’s not enough to evaluate the script, in the current pattern when competition is tough, every stakeholder has to walk an extra mile. We intend to communicate to the aspirant via personal sessions and regularly providing the required inputs to the student. This ensures a gradual understanding of mistakes, without which one cannot improve.

UPSC Pattern – Question Papers are prepared strictly as per the current UPSC pattern.

Stress is on evaluating analytical skills of the aspirant rather than cramming skills.


Objectives of PSIR Test Series

  1. A rigorous revision of the syllabus by designing an exhaustive set of tests, and presenting the topics in syllabus with all possible dimensions.
  2. An insight into the general pattern of the exam, a list of topics more likely to recur in the exam based on currency and relevance.
  3. Post – test discussions involving an all-encompassing discourse on the syllabus and questions, the focus would be to help the student achieve coherence and comfort in handling the complete subject. Personal sessions with each aspirant.
  4. Enhanced answer writing skills.

Test Series Plan


Test – 1 | Date: October 21, 2018

Topics Covered: W.P.T – Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli

Source: Class Notes, Western Political Thought by BRYAN NELSON also by other writer such as Subrata Mukherjee, JP Suda, CL Wayper


Test – 2 | Date: October 28, 2018

Topics Covered: W.P.T – Hobbes, J.S Mill, Locke

Source: Class Notes, Western Political Thought by BRYAN NELSON also by other writer such as Subrata Mukherjee, JP Suda, CL Wayper


Test – 3 | Date: November 04, 2018

Topics Covered: Marx, Gramsci, Hannah Arendt

Source: Class Notes, Western Political Thought by BRYAN NELSON also by other writer such as Subrata Mukherjee, JP Suda, CL Wayper


Test – 4 | Date: November 11, 2018

Topics Covered: Indian Political Thought

Source: Class Notes, Indian Political thought by V.P Verma,O P Gauba, VR Mehta, Shankar Gosh, Thomas Pantham, MA IGNOU


Test – 5 | Date: November 18, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Political Theory, Unit – 2:- Theories of the State, Unit – 8:- Political Ideology

Source: Class Notes, Political Theory by O P Gauba, Modern Political Science by S P Verma, MA IGNOU, Political Theory by Rajeev Bhargava, Political Ideologies by Andrew Heywood


Test – 6 | Date: November 25, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 3:- Justice, Unit – 4:- Equality, Unit – 5:- Rights, Unit – 6:- Democracy, Unit – 7:- Concept of Power

Source: Class Notes, Political Theory by O P Gauba, Political Theory by Rajeev Bhargava, Issues in Political Theory by Catriona Mckinnon, Politic by Andrew Heywood


Test – 7 | Date: December 02, 2018

Comprehensive – 1 (Paper – I Part – A) 


Test – 8 | Date: December 09, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Indian Nationalism, Unit – 2:- Making of the Indian Constitution, Unit – 3:- Salient Features of the Indian Constitution, Unit – 4:- Principal Organs of the Union Government, Unit – 6:- Statutory Institution/Commissions, Unit – 7:- Federation

Source: Class Notes, Unit – 1 – India’s struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra, Modern Indian Political Thought by Bidyut Chakrabarty, Indian Polity by Lakshmikant, Indian Government and Politics by BL Fadia & by Rumki Basu, Oxford Handbook of The Indian Constitution, Politics in India by Pratap Bhanu Mehta & Neerja Gopal Jayal, 2nd ARC Report – Citizen Centric Governance


Test – 9 | Date: December 16, 2018

Topics Covered: Unit – 5:- Grassroots Democracy, Unit – 8:- Planning and Economic Development, Unit – 9:- Caste, Religion and Ethnicity in Indian Politics, Unit – 10:- Party System, Unit – 11:- Social Movements

Source: Class Notes, Indian Polity by Lakshmikant, Indian Government and Politics by BL Fadia & by Rumki Basu, Oxford Handbook of The Indian Constitution, Politics in India by Pratap Bhanu Mehta & Neerja Gopal Jayal


Test – 10 | Date: December 23, 2018

Comprehensive – 2 (Paper – I Part – B) Full length Test 


Test – 11 | Date: January 06, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Comprehensive Politics, Unit – 2:- State in comparative perspective, Unit – 3:- Political of Representative and Participation

Source: Class Notes, Comparative Politic by V.N. Khanna, MA IGNOU, Politics by Andrew Heywood, Global Politics by Andrew Heywood


Test – 12 | Date: January 13, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 5:- Approaches to the Study of International Relation, Unit – 6:- Key concepts in International Relations

Source: Class Notes, Globalisation of World Politics by Bayliss & Steve Smith, Theories of International Relation by Rumki Basu and Sorensen


Test – 13 | Date: January 20, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 4:- Globalisation, Unit – 7:- Changing International Economic System, Unit – 8:- Evolution of the International Economic

Source: Class Notes, Global Politics – Andrew Heywood, Globalisation of World Politics – Bayliss & Steve Smith, IR by V.N Khanna


Test – 14 | Date: January 27, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 9:- United Nations, Unit – 10:- Regionalisation of World Politics, Unit – 11:- Contemporary Global Concern

Source: Class Notes, Global Politics – Andrew Heywood, Globalisation of World Politics – Bayliss & Steve Smith, IR by V.N Khanna


Test – 15 | Date: February 03, 2019

Comprehensive – 3 (Paper – II Part – A) Full length Test


Test – 16 | Date: February 10, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 1:- Indian Foreign Policy, Unit – 2:- India’s Contribution to the Non-Alignment Movement, Unit – 3:- India and South Asia, Unit – 4:- India and the Global South

Source: Class Notes, Oxford handbook on Indian foreign Policy, Global Politics – Andrew Heywoods, Indian Foreign policy by Rajiv Sikri, Magazine – World Forum (Monthly), Website – MoEA, Rajya Sabha TV


Test – 17 | Date: February 17, 2019

Topics Covered: Unit – 5:- India and Global Centre of Power, Unit – 6:- India and The UN System, Unit – 7:- Indian and The Nuclear Question, Unit – 8:- Recent Developments in Indian Foreign Policy

Source: Class Notes, Oxford handbook on Indian foreign Policy, Global Politics – Andrew Heywoods, Indian Foreign policy by Rajiv Sikri, Magazine – World Forum (Monthly), Website – MoEA, Rajya Sabha TV


Test – 18 | Date: February 28, 2019

Comprehensive -4 (Paper – II Part – B) Full Length Test


OBJECTIVES OF CHROME IAS TEST SERIES

It is important to understand at the first place, “What should be the motive of Test Series”? If it is to have more and more questions being repeated, then perhaps best would be to take all sources and Compile in a document which at times is so bulky but in reality has very little substance.

Criteria of joining a test series should neither be that whether few of our questions appear directly in the exam (Preliminary+Mains) nor should it be the objective of an aspirant before joining test series. The important and perhaps the only question is how have you trained your mind to respond to the main and the final event which comes after an exhaustive and well-designed test program clubbed with right feedback. This remains our never-ending endeavor at Chrome IAS Academy to provide the same.

So we believe that enrolling for test series at Chrome IAS Academy is justified as it serves the following purposes:

First is “Training of Mind”, if that is achieved half of the battle is won. And the primary purpose of the test series at Chrome IAS Academy is this.

Second important aspect of our well-crafted program is to act as a “Priming factor”. It has to prepare you for the final event and act as a close rehearsal. Though initially we started off with a Comprehensive Test module, but on demand from aspirants, this year we have come up with a Sectional Plan, so as to keep aspirants in a step wise learning model.

Third purpose of Chrome IAS Main Examination Test Series is to give you a platform to “Revisit important issues” and also topics that might have skipped your gaze. Also to implement what you have learnt over time and see where you stand as comparison to others.

Fourth and perhaps the most important aspect is the “Right Feedback” which is customized based on the assessment of the aspirant by out experts.

This program is designed for comprehensive revision and preparation for individual GS Papers (I, II, III and IV).


Note: Changes in the Test Schedule may be made due to unforeseen circumstances with or without any prior notice. The Institute shall not be responsible for any loss or liability suffered by the students arising out of such adjustments in the Schedule.


ALL THE BEST | NOTHING WORTH ; COMES EASY | WORK HARD

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