PRS Legislative Research, better known as PRS, is a non-profit organisation whose aim is "to strengthen the legislative process in India by making it better informed, more transparent and participatory".
From the PRS website: PRS works with Members of Parliament (MPs) across party lines to provide research support on legislative and policy issues. PRS is one of the only organisations in India that track the functioning of Parliament. PRS provides a comprehensive and credible resource base to access Parliament-specific data, background information and analysis of key issues. The PRS blog intends to: (1) generate debate on all issues that relate to the Indian Parliament and the legislative process, and (2) widen the spread of information on the working of Parliament and related institutions.
We will bring to you a monthly capsule that captures, among others, the key highlights of the Monthly Policy Review document released by the organisation. Our goal is to provide you with a crisp read up of PRS research, selecting only what is relevant for the CSE. We believe that PRS research is important for both the Prelims and the Mains exams and as such this capsule should be prepared with due attention.