Started on Sep 06, 2022

UPSC CSE 2023/24 PSIR Optional Foundation + Enrichment Course (Video Course)

Started on Sep 06, 2022

An Intensive online learning programme that ensures holistic coverage and understanding of PSIR Optional for UPSC-CSE.

  • It provides coverage of all the concepts and topics by India’s Best Faculty for PSIR Optional.
  • Focus on building the basics through NCERTs & Standard Textbooks.
  • In-depth study of Paper 1 and Paper 2 for UPSC PSIR Optional with the coverage of advanced level topics.
  • Sectional & Unit Tests.
  • Trend analysis with Previous Year Question Papers Coverage.

175+

Classes

350+

Hours

8

Months

175+

Class Summaries

An Intensive online learning programme that ensures holistic coverage and understanding of PSIR Optional for UPSC-CSE.

  • It provides coverage of all the concepts and topics by India’s Best Faculty for PSIR Optional.
  • Focus on building the basics through NCERTs & Standard Textbooks.
  • In-depth study of Paper 1 and Paper 2 for UPSC PSIR Optional with the coverage of advanced level topics.
  • Sectional & Unit Tests.
  • Trend analysis with Previous Year Question Papers Coverage.

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Course Schedule

17
Sep
Lecture 1

18
Sep
Lecture 2

19
Sep
Lecture 3

20
Sep
Lecture 4

21
Sep
Lecture 5

22
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Lecture 6

23
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Lecture 7

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Lecture 8

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Lecture 9

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Lecture 10

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Lecture 11

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Lecture 12

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Lecture 13

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Lecture 14

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Lecture 15

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Lecture 16

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Lecture 18

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Lecture 20

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Lecture 109

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Lecture 1

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Lecture 1

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Lecture 2

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Lecture 6

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Topic Notes 1

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Lecture 10

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Lecture 11

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Lecture 12

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Topic Notes 2

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Lecture 15
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Topic Notes 3

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Lecture 19

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Topic Notes 4

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Lecture 20

Key Highlights

Live Interactive Classes by Best-in-Class Faculties
Live Interactive Classes by Best-in-Class Faculties
Handwritten Notes with Concept Interlinking
Handwritten Notes with Concept Interlinking
Exclusive Telegram channels for Mentorship Support
Exclusive Telegram channels for Mentorship Support
Well designed pedagogy with quality content
Well designed pedagogy with quality content

Frequently Asked Questions

All the aspirants aiming for UPSC 2023/24 with PSIR as their optional subject.

PSIR as an optional has overlapping syllabus with various other GS papers. When mastered, it will help you write better answers for other GS papers as well.

Edukemy’s Foundation + Enrichment Course for PSIR Optional starts with the basics and thus is ideal for students from any background or at any stage of their preparation. Additionally, it will be of great help for UPSC Mains - GS Paper 1, GS paper 2, Ethics, Essay and UPSC CSE prelims.

We shape civil servants out of aspirants!

This programme is ideal for all UPSC CSE 2023/24 Aspirants who plan to take PSIR as their Optional Subject for Mains.

  • 350+ hours of Intensive Learning Programme with Interactive Classes.
  • 175+ sessions spread over a duration of 8 months.
  • Sectional and Unit Tests to help write better answers in MAINS.
  • 8 test with post test discussions.
  • 25+ Hand written study material (Includes model answers and class notes)
  • 69 Lectures of Political Theory & Indian Politics
  • 36 Lectures of Indian Government & Politics
  • 26 Lectures of Comparative Political Analysis & International Politics
  • 28 Lectures of India & World
  • 25+ Enrichment Sessions.

  • The course starts with a basic introduction to political thinkers and ideologies and moves ahead to cover a detailed discussion of the Indian Political System, Comparative politics, International Relations, and issues related to governance.2 hours session covering complete syllabus and interlinking the concepts from Paper 1 and 2.
  • Class summaries would be provided after each class.
  • Develop the skill of answer writing by integrating static and dynamic (current affairs) concepts in your answers.

  • Focus on syllabus coverage as per weightage of the topics based on trend analysis of the previous year question papers. 
  • Focus on clear explanation of key Political Ideas, Ideologies, and concepts to help students interlink the topics and connect them to current events and International Affairs. 
  • Best-in-class faculty with years of experience mentoring students for PSIR Optional.   
  • Well Planned and structured Interactive classes that allows students to ask and clarify doubts in real time.
  • Access to recordings of the Live classes on student's dashboard.   
  • Tips and Tricks, Answer Writing Practice, and Inclusion of Current Issues and events in class discussion to help students write excellent answers in Mains.  
  • Handwritten sample answers written by experts that respect word limit, to help students learn the art of articulation and present answers as required in PSIR optional mains papers.
  • Includes an add on of advanced level study with dedicated focus on advanced, applied and Current-Affairs based approach to the syllabus & application-based answer-writing practice.

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