How to prepare for politics topics related to competitive exams?
Candidates can prepare for various exams at the same time by reading politics from an analytical perspective. It would be beneficial to continue the cohesive prep from the Constitution to the latest political developments. The Constituent Assembly-Elections-Chairman, with regard to the Constitution, must focus on the Drafting Committees. The next step is to develop an understanding of the constitutional preamble-amendments. In the same way the architectural style of the legislative, executive and judicial systems, their present functioning and the events in which they are being disputed need to be understood. There is a perception that ordinances are being abused, especially in recent times. The role of the President in this context should be studied. Opportunity to ask questions from politically important, controversial and changing topics. Often interfering in the affairs of the judiciary and the legislature in recent times; One needs to know the reasons for the formation of a confrontational atmosphere between these two systems. The background to the Keshavananda Bharathi case should be reviewed in relation to the functioning of the judiciary. In addition, the fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution must be studied in the light of their gradual expansion. The focus should be on the Right to Education Act, the Right to Information Act and so on. Another aspect that candidates should mainly focus on in terms of politics is local self-government bodies. The 73rd and 74th Amendments to the Constitution should follow the recommendations of the Balwant Roy Mehta Committee and the Ashok Mehta Committee. The importance of gram sabhas, the conditions of people becoming displaced during the construction of projects in tribal areas and the reasons leading to it should be known. In this context the PESA (Panchayati Raj Extension Services Act) Act should be thoroughly studied. Enthusiasts of Panchayat Secretary posts should thoroughly examine the functioning and background of local bodies and self-help groups in view of the state situation. Apart from knowing the political and social reasons that led to the partition of the state, one should know the recommendations of the Kamalanathan Committee on the division of assets between the two Telugu states and the distribution of employees. In terms of politics as a whole, candidates should not be limited to just bits preparation. It is advisable to read from the perspective of the main exam while preparing for the screening test for the APPSC exams. Raising awareness on schemes (e.g. Smart City, Amrit City Concepts, etc.) which are considered to be political decisions of contemporary importance will not only give you a grip on politics but also the ability to give better answers in exams.