UPSC -GS Paper 2 – Syllabus wise detailed book list and Sources.

LakshmiKant is not enough for mains. There are some static points for Governance syllabus and you can just put these points when asked (Eg: NGO, SHG etc….) with examples. You need to know the background of International organizations and relation between India and some major countries to write a diverse answer for paper 2. 1.Polity: … Continue reading

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Geology Optional -UPSC IFS Examination- Detailed booklist and References.

Geology optional – many fear to take this subject in hand solely because of lack of proper guidance and books. I too started like every aspirant with some fear in mind.But with time progress , I fell in love with geology . Those fossils ,rocks and hydrogeological structures amazed me. I enjoyed reading it. As … Continue reading

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Detailed Booklist and Weblinks for UPSC Mains – GS 1

Every aspirant has confusion on which book to follow especially for Mains. For example: in Polity Lakxmikant will be helpful mainly for prelims. Many forget that Polity mains syllabus is different from prelims as a result often even rank holders score very average marks in GS paper 2 (Including myself). Suggesting, a detailed booklist will … Continue reading

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Communism ,Capitalism and Socialism -GS paper 1 – UPSC

This is just a compilation from various sources and I do not own it.   1.Communism: “ A political theory favouring collective ownership in a classless society “ 1.Definition: “A theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, with actual ownership ascribed to the community or state” 2.General: … Continue reading

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Book List for UPSC Prelims and mistakes to be avoided. S-3.

Though many online sources are available for Booklist, still there is confusion among candidates. Do keep following in mind. If the majority of aspirants are reading some books then do read those books. Because UPSC mostly asks static questions (at least indirectly) from those books only. Don’t take notes at first read. Read 6 to 10 … Continue reading

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