This topic – “Sources of Indian Constitution” comes under Indian Polity. It covers all those features that our constitution borrowed from other countries’ constitutions or laws. It is very important for the exam and could easily be confused in the exam hall. To make your life easier, I’ve created mnemonic stories from those features as follows. Just remembering the story would be enough to recall in the exam.
Nowadays, digital sources have become indispensable for UPSC aspirants considering the level of competition the exam has. However, reading digitally for long hours causes eye-strain and fatigue even for persons without any eye problems. This is especially true for those who read with their smart-phones.
In order to clear UPSC prelims, you need to first focus on most-probable topics in each subject and cover them comprehensively. But there is a problem of scattered resources and lack of time to cover everything. So we have listed links to our notes on most-probable topics. As these notes are in mindmap format, you can read/revise them very quickly.
Have you ever wondered why you could not remember a chapter in a history textbook or any subject that was studied just a week ago? Have you been wondering how to cover and remember the humongous syllabus of UPSC with all those books, newspapers, online sources etc.? Then this article is for you.
Generally, students would calculate how much time they had spent in studying, but they wouldn’t think about how well they have studied. If you are a UPSC aspirant (fresher or veteran), you should know how to improve your focus or concentration because “you cannot cut a tree without sharpening the axe”.