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This is just the way I followed. Optimum way for others may vary from person to person. Many people complain of quantity versus quality tradeoff in the exam i. And the main reason for this is unorganized way of studying. Our mode of study should be structured and we should then make our notes in a way UPSC asks questions. Then our thought process would be structured, we will write good answers and recall maximum number of points in the exam. So while reading newspapers, we should focus on issues and not news. Instead of replying personally to him, I thought it would be useful if I write a public post on it.

The choice is yours — read n number of newspaper cuttings or physical paper notes, each containing partial information or read one coherent, complete story in one place only on computer. This will help us in quick revisions as well. This may include the basic books, the advanced books, newspapers, magazines, reports etc.

Thus whether we read from a book, newspaper, internet or wherever, all our notes on coal energy should be in one place only. Click here to see the note on energy. This will provide a picture of how to organize the notes forgive me for some instances of lack of formatting in the note as they were added when I had grown lazy. Newspaper and Magazine Reading News vs Issues People in the beginning tend to focus on news and make notes accordingly.

UPSC never asks news… it asks issues. An issue specific reading thus tries to: 1. For eg. Then when we read any news, we need to connect it to the key points so identified and not bother about facts and figures. Politics, sports, masala news etc.

Keep an eye on any committee, any law, any rules, any policy, any supreme court orders etc. These are our bread and butter in upsc preparation.

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Hindu has become very very important since last 2 years. Read one more newspaper at least. Since Hindu is left leaning, so may suggest a pro-reform newspaper say Indian Express. UPSC is a left leaning exam. So one may read EPW magazine, but beware of the excessively left leaning rattling. Similarly yojana is a helpful magazine as well.

GS is a generalist exam and reading has to be kept generalist too. Our goal should be to finish one newspaper in max half an hour. But for our exam we need full information.

Only place today to find complete information is internet. This can be done only on internet. How to use the internet 1. It is free and easy. Any new item will show up with title and one line on your feedly. We can decide to either read it or skip it. Other meaningful alerts may be created. Report Reading During our preparation we will need to read multiple committee reports. There is always a temptation to just make our notes based on that newspaper article.

But this is not the right approach — because the newspaper article has not been written for the upsc exam and the reporter may not have covered all points relevant to us in our preparation for the exam. So the correct approach is to always look up for the original report on the internet and read it. How to read bulky reports But many reports are bulky. If we read them in detail, it would take an inordinate amount of time. But to save on time, we need not read each part in same detail and concentration.

This will quicken up our reading substantially. The second reading and note making part would be substantially faster. Now we address our syllabus directly.

Coaching Material There are handwritten classnotes of various coaching institutes available in the photocopy shops of rajinder nagar and mukherjee nagar. Notes from vajiram, insight, sriram printed material are good for various parts of GS.

We should read them and in fact for Vajiram and Sriram, I found them to be better than the actual classes. Each volume should be read and notes prepared from them as mentioned earlier.

Bills, Rules, Drafts and Government Actions — Every bill, policy, committee, rules, drafts, governmental action etc. Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times.

I had history optional, so ancient and medieval culture were easy. Click here and here to download the pdfs. Read both because writing a balanced perspective is very imp. Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country. Very thick book, but we need to read only chapters.

History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawal of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism etc. Read Insight world history optional class notes first. Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India. All above is very general. Distribution of key natural resources across the world including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent ; factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the world including India Important Geophysical phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc.

In mains, the cyclone naming question was directly from IMD website. Click here to download cyclone pdf of imd. Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure. Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein.

Separation of powers between various organs dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions. Appointment to various Constitutional posts, powers, functions and responsibilities of various Constitutional Bodies.

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Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial bodies Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. Development processes and the development industry- the role of NGOs, SHGs, various groups and associations, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders. For all the polity, read DD Basu or Laximakanth thoroughly.

These reports directly cover most of the topics. Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these schemes; mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections. Issues relating to poverty and hunger. Vajiram came out with an online pdf on various schemes Click here to download , its printed copy would be available on photocopy shops in Rajinder Nagar.

Handwritten classnotes by the same institutions were also helpful. Newspapers, pib etc. CAG reports have very good analysis on various schemes as well which can be found on internet. Role of civil services in a democracy. These topics are well covered in 2nd ARC reports. India and its neighborhood- relations. But this book has gone out of print and also, it is now outdated with lot of redundant information. But the book is bulky and most sections are not relevant from Prelims perspective.


It covers pretty much the entire scope of Economy syllabus for Prelims. Starting from a brief history of Indian Economy and the uniqueness of the Indian economic system it covers all the relevant sub-sectors of Indian economy like Planning, Industrialization and Policy, Agriculture, Economic Reforms, Ination, Banking and Capital Market, External Trade and so on.

The syllabus coverage in Indian Economy is complete, language is reader-friendly and book is updated frequently. Combine it with Economic Survey to ace Economy questions in Prelims. This book covers the entire scope of environment and ecology in minute details and is equally useful for GS Paper 3 of Mains exam.

As you know Majid Hussain is a well known author for Geography books and in this book on Environment and Ecology, he does complete justice to the topic at hand. Not any longer. Save time and money by referring one comprehensive book. Both books are required since the former presents the entire period in proper perspective and narrative while BL Grovers book lists the various acts and reforms during the B period in point-wise format which is easier to grasp and reproduce in the Mains paper.

I recommend yo both the books. Answers to 2 mark questions on this topic can be easily located in this book. You expect questions testing your knowledge of Geography basics from this book.

Since questi relating to development and its costs will be more analytical than factual Amartya Sens book will help yo develop the critical understanding to tackle this tricky topic.

Its explanato as analytical writing style is well suited for Mains. Our Parliament Our Parliament Our Parliament Our Parliament is also authored by Subhash Kashyap and explains all the parliamentary processes, co and procedures in detail.

Before you delve into analytical concepts, you should know the fundamentals of Ind economy and related economic terms; this book does this job really well. Uma Kapilas book Uma Kapilas book Uma Kapilas book Uma Kapilas book focusses on the current economic issues and is updated almost every year.

Very go for analysis of current economic issues and tackling related questions in the GS paper. Questions directly related to the economic survey have be in the Mains GS papers in the past and you just cannot ignore this vital book without losing precious ma Environment and Ecology Environment and Ecology Environment and Ecology Environment and Ecology by Majid Hussain is a one-stop book for all issues related to environment an ecology including disaster management in India; for both Mains as well as Prelims.

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Questions in this top from straight forward and will test your resolve to serve the country without fear or favour or considera personal prot.

Subba Raos book Subba Raos book Subba Raos book Subba Raos book not only helps in understanding of ethics and integrity concepts but several case studies to prepare you for questions based on this topic. Also you should stay updated with the latest deve in the eld of Science and technology, Ecological issues, International Relations, Polity, Economic develop through online and oine news sources. Please suggest me which is easy to study and understand. Which optional is most preliminary and other papers.

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