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[Updated : 15 Nov 2012 03:15 PM]

Indian Polity - http://www.ankitrajvanshi.in/2012/11/polity-notes.html

Friends, I am restarting the preparation and will by studying WITH all of you. Starting today, I'll be posting chapterwise notes as well


Before every subject, I'll be creating a dynamic post such as this one. It'll be updated regularly with the chapter post backlinks on the blog.

I'm starting with Indian Polity. Will be starting with Constitution. Check this space or the blog for new posts. Will also be posting questionnaires after each chapter.

Keep studying, Keep dreaming, Keep rocking.. Happy Diwali!!


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