Piyush Chaubey PSIR Notes Download [PDF]

Piyush Chaubey PSIR Notes Download [PDF]

In this post, you will get the latest Piyush Chaubey PSIR Notes for your UPSC preparation. These notes are fully handwritten, scanned and available to download for free. Being an optional subject, many students don't take PSIR seriously. Hence, getting good quality notes is important for students. Moreover, these notes are very concise and easy to understand for students preparing for civil services examinations.

Details of Piyush Chaubey PSIR Notes

  • Subject - Political Science & International Relations or PSIR
  • Format - PDF
  • Edition - Handwritten
  • Language - English
  • Download Link - Available below

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Q: Is Piyush Chaubey PSIR notes sufficient for PSIR?

Yes, they are sufficient. However it is recommended that you should follow 2 - 3 resources and not fully depend on these notes for PSIR. Most of the students found the content to be useful for UPSC CSE Mains & Prelims exam also. However, some students felt that the content was not up to the mark. We recommend checking 2 -3 resources before making your decision to follow any book/resource.

Q: Which are the best books for PSIR optional?

1.Politcal theory by OP Gauva & Standard source Political theory by Rajeev bharav
2.indian political though by MP Singh & "Himanshu Roy
3.Western thought by Only IGNOU material Mpse003
4.India after INDEPENDANCE by Bipin Chandra
5.Post INDEPENDANCE by Bipin Chandra
6. Polity by M Laxmikant , standard books: DD Basu
7.Social movement;:By Niraja Goal & Partap Bhanu Mehra
8.Comparative politics by Gabriel A. almond 
9.Internalional relation By Andrew Heywood
10.Indian foreign policy by Rajiv Sikari

Hope these notes help you in the journey of your UPSC preparation. If you have any doubts, please ask in the comments below and do share with your friends.

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