While Indian Polity & Governance is an important part of the objective-type GS Paper I in the Prelims, Social issues and Security appears in all the four GS papers and even in the essay paper at times. 

You should know that topics falling under this category are more general, warranting you to develop a nuanced understanding of challenges faced by the country. Indian Polity deals with topics like the constitution, political system, public policies, and more, forming the base for dynamic questions while Social Issues is more concerned with cultural, political, economic, and security-related problems within India. 

Owing to the vast reach of these topics and their ask for a holistic view, it’s imperative that you expose yourself to a variety of editorials and opinions and work on your judgment-making skills while preparing for your exams. At Kamaraj IAS Academy, we help you do exactly that. Our material and training programme is intensive, but we also have active discussion groups and mentorship programmes as part of our civil service coaching in Chennai to help you hone your own opinion and treat problems objectively, thus preparing you for the real world.