Before mentioning the curriculum, please follow some points:
By appropriate study design,
Catch up on topical issues,
Reading magazines like Yojana, EPW
Take appropriate notes for review of exam time,
Then only the selected material
Written answer in the case of UPSC
MCQs – the paper test resolution for the preliminary examination
There is a part of the basic equipment that you should talk about:
First, return the Preliminary and Network program. Understanding of topics and sub-themes. This will help make your preparation easier. Available on the UPSC website.
NCERT books Edition GS topics such as history, geography, science, economics, environment and biodiversity, police, etc. See NCERT old books (before 2005) for the story.
After following NCERT thoroughly, try to make some notes on the environment notes and the policy.
Preliminary UPSC strategy.
Never forget that the main objective of the previous game is to “verify the candidate’s knowledge”, so you have to read as much as possible (taking into account the curriculum) and remember. If the General Studies I document is analyzed, it can be divided into four levels of tenacity.
The first level includes 30% of the paper … it’s simple and easy … these questions come from very basic books, like the NCERT books. It will not take much time and effort. The success rate in this section and 100%.
The second level includes 30% of the following documents … you have to put extra effort, that is, a complete understanding of the basic books … which is not so difficult and can be achieved with some book readings NCERT. The success rate in this section and 80%.
Then take a look at some advanced reference books such as Mr. Laxmikant from Polity, Shankar IAS Notes for the Environment, Ramesh Singh / IAS Shriram notes for the Vajiram tourist class Notes for World History, etc.
Recommend daily Indian newspaper to write and make some notes, if possible. Otherwise, make paper cuttings. You can also play online, use Evernote software to take notes.
For topicality, do not take notes, just follow the monthly Vision NIC news, which is available on the Vision IAS website.
Read the weekly / monthly magazines like Yojana and WPA. This will help you answer your questions.
If you have completed your reading once, see the Insights website to practice writing responses every day. Very good questions are offered on current issues. You can also check other candidate
responses on your portal.
Following online source:
Mrunal – Preparation of oppositions (better for materials related to the economy and to understand the concept, useful for non-commercial / non-economic background of applicants)
Studies and analysis of Defense Institute (for security)
Council on Foreign Relations (International Relations)
PRS | Home (see monthly purification report is only useful for recent laws passed by Parliament and analysis)