Home > Articles > SSC CPO Syllabus 2018: How to Master Polity

SSC CPO Syllabus 2018: How to Master Polity

SSC CPO 2018 - How to Master Polity

The registration process of the SSC CPO exam 2018 is almost done. So now it’s time to concentrate completely on the preparation for the exam. We bring to you the study plan to prepare for the Polity section of the SSC CPO exam.

The First thing you should do is to go through the pattern and SSC CPO syllabus of the exam.

SSC CPO 2018 Exam Pattern

SSc CPO 2018 Pattern

For SSC CPO Syllabus, click here

SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books

Our focus is now on Polity, which is a part of the syllabus of General awareness.

The Polity component covers topics like – Parliament, President, Prime minister, Important amendments, Constituent assembly, Election commission, Judiciary – Supreme Court and High court, etc. Covering all these topics 100% will ensure you great scores in polity questions of the SSC CPO exam.

SSC CPO Books 

To cover the above-mentioned topics of Polity the following books can be referred to

  • NCERT’s of Polity – from class VI to Class X – at least 2 reading of these will ensure that you are well prepared with the basics of Polity.
  • LUCENT’s GK – This book will help you with all the facts related to Polity section like the first women speaker, first president etc.
  • Indian Polity by ‘Laxmikant’ – Refer to this book for selected topics only like Prime Minister, President, Supreme Court, High Courts, etc. The books prepared for civil services exam hence it is very vast. As SSC CPO question are factual and direct you do not need to cover the complete book.

Previous Year Question Papers for SSC CPO

Analysing previous year’s question paper is an important step in preparation of any exam and not just SSC CPO. This will give you a fair idea about the type of questions which can be asked, and which component of the syllabus receives how much weightage in the exam question paper.

When it comes to Polity, over the last 2- 3 years, around 5 to 7 questions have been asked every year. This statistic underlines the fact that how important Polity is for securing a high score in SSC CPO exam.

SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books

Below are the few questions which have been asked in previous year’s question papers –

Question 1. Who identifies the money bill in India? (2017)

Options:

a) Speaker of Lok Sabha

b) Finance Minister

c) President of India

d) Chairman of Finance Commission

Correct Answer: Speaker of Lok Sabha

Question 2. Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam was the President of India for the tenure: (2017)

Options:

a) 2007 ­ 2012

b) 2002 ­ 2007

c) 1997 ­ 2002

d) None of these

Correct Answer: 2002 ­ 2007

Question 3. Who among the following cannot participate in the election of president of India? (2017)

Options:

a) Nominated members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha

b) Members of State Legislative Council

c) Members of Union Territory Legislatures

d) None of these

Correct Answer: None of these

Practice SSC CPO Mock Tests

Once the Analysing and reading part is finished, you must concentrate on Practice. This can be done by solving as many mock question as possible for Polity.

Thus, to aid your preparatioOliveboard NOW has GK tests which cover the Polity topic.

Few Practice questions have been given below for your preparation.

Question 1 – President of India can be re-elected to his office how many times?

Options:

a) 2 times

b) 3 times

c) can’t be re-elected

d) no limit on re-election

Correct Answer: d) no limit on re-election

Question 2 – How many members of the Anglo-Indian community can be nominated by the president of India to the parliament?

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

Correct Answer: b) 2 – President can appoint 2 members of the Anglo-Indian community to the parliament.

Question 3 – Who decides on the disputes related to election of President and Vice President?

a) Parliament

b) Loksabha

c) Supreme court

d) High Court

Correct Answer: c) SC has the power to decide on any disputes related to the elections of President and Vice-President.

SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books SSC CPO Books

We Hope this is helpful in your preparation of Polity for SSC CPO 2018. All the Best!

Did you know? Oliveboard has introduced 60 new sectional tests. Hurry up, try these tests today!


You may also like
General Awareness Study notes
General Awareness Study notes – 15 Important Lakes in India
GK Ebook Indian Constitution – Parts, Fundamental Rights and Schedules
GK Ebook – Indian Constitution –Parts, Fundamental Rights and Schedules
SSC Exams Current Affairs
SSC Exams Current Affairs – 25 most Important Questions – July 2018
Polity Study notes SSC schedules
Polity Study Notes for SSC Exams – Schedules in Indian Constitution