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In the last 6 years (2014-2020) UPSC has asked more than 45 questions from International Relations (IR). This program is strategically designed to cover important IR based area both the Static part and Current Affairs Part. Aspirants will get a chance to attempt around 250 questions from a database of 1200+ UPSC Standard Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based Algorithm. AI will provide aspirants MCQs based upon their strengths and weakness. 

IR syllabus is divided into two parts (details given below). Aspirants will get 5 IR tests in which Test 1 and Test 3 will be a fixed test of 100 questions each. Based on the performance (strengths and weaknesses) of Test 1 and Test 3 the AI will generate truly personalised tests - Test 2 and Test 4 respectively. After this, Based on the combined performance of the 4 tests AI will generate a new full IR syllabus test that is Test 5. 

Benefits of an AI-driven platform: It adapts to your learning needs identified during Test 1 and Test 3 and picks out questions mapped to your improvement areas and accordingly provides aspirants questions in Test 2, Test 4 and Test 5. Aspirants will also receive AI-generated comprehensive report card and recommendations.



Tests Included

International Relations
Test 1
100 Questions
120 minutes

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Test Type Topic Covered Sources
Static - Sectional - 1
  • Intergovernmental Organisations
  • Non Governmental Organisations
  • Other Conventions & Agreements
REFERENCE BOOK
  • India’s Foreign Policy Since Independence by V.P. Dutt
  • The Hindu or Indian Express Newspaper
  • Orient Longman Atlas Or Oxford Atlas
International Relations
Test 2
Variable Questions
Variable Time

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Test Type Topic Covered Sources
Adaptive Sectional - 1 Same as Static Sectional Test 1 Same as Static Sectional Test 1
International Relations
Test 3
100 Questions
120 minutes

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Test Type Topic Covered Sources
Static - Sectional - 2
International Groupings
  • Regional Groupings
  • Transcontinental Groupings

Bilateral Relations
  • India And Other Countries
  • Other Countries
REFERENCE BOOK
  • India’s Foreign Policy Since Independence by V.P. Dutt
  • The Hindu or Indian Express Newspaper
  • Orient Longman Atlas Or Oxford Atlas
International Relations
Test 4
Variable Questions
Variable Time

Attempt test

Test Type Topic Covered Sources
Adaptive Sectional - 2 Same as Static Sectional Test 3 Same as Static Sectional Test 3
International Relations
Test 5
Variable Questions
Variable Time

Attempt test

Test Type Topic Covered Sources
Adaptive Full Length Full Syllabus
REFERENCE BOOK
  • India’s Foreign Policy Since Independence by V.P. Dutt
  • The Hindu or Indian Express Newspaper
  • Orient Longman Atlas Or Oxford Atlas