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2nd August 2018 Part-1: DNA discussion (Hindi)
Ashish Singh
a year ago
Thank you
Kumar ashutosh
a year ago
Sir thoda itna current affairs enough h I read magazine also and suggest me something sir for UPSC cse2019 and thanks for your precious reply
Ashish Singh
a year ago
Step 1: Know the Exam Pattern. The first step towards Civil Services is to familiarize yourself with the pattern of the examination. Step 2: Know the Exam Syllabus. Step 3: Prepare  General Studies. Step 4: Go Through Previous Year Papers.
Kumar ashutosh
a year ago
Thanks sir
Ashish Singh
a year ago
Five points you must follow to crack UPSC: Syllabus prevents you to waste your energy somewhere else and keep you on track….train on track will definitely reach it’s destination…so always be in touch with syllabus (Syllabus). Previous year question papers acts as compass, provides direction to your study…so always keep them with you. Analyse and practise them with time (PREVIOUS YEARS QUESTION PAPERS). NCERT Books: Without reading these books you can’t develop your own understanding, this is basic knowledge you can’t skip. One important thing is that ‘All exam oriented publications and class notes are basically prepared from NCER books only’…so when you are using them means you are adopting their angle of interpretation of NCERT book and you will lose originality in your answer. So, go through NCERT books…and insure your success (NCERT BOOKS). So, attending tuition is not essential thing but reading NCERT books is essential thing. One magazine and two national newspapers to update your understanding and increase awareness about happenings in world. The exam is focusing on live issues and contemporary problems in India and world… (Suggested magazine is ‘Civil Service Chronicle’ and news papers is ‘The Hindu’). Read Economic Survey (Economic survey Vol. I,  II), India yearbook (India 2016), Government policies, Constitutional amendments, Bills passed and pending in parliament,India’s Struggle for Independence, History of Modern India, India Since Independence. Five points you must avoid to crack UPSC: Don’t waste your energy in reading excess material…UPSC makes you addicted to reading; you start enjoying reading new information. Here you have to little bit cautious so you should not run out of track. Don’t follow any shortcut, UPSC demands right combination of hard-work and smart-work. Don’t listen frustrating experiences of UPSC candidates, it can induce negativity into you. Don’t try to copy study strategy or writing style of others, develop your own. Don’t be overconfident, even if you have studied well or already post holder or graduated from top school like IIT/IIM….nobody can predict UPSC. How to read NCERT books Without reading these books you can’t develop your own understanding, this is basic knowledge you can’t skip. One important thing is that ‘All exam oriented publications and class notes are basically prepared from NCER books only’…so when you are using these material, means you are adopting their angle of interpretation of NCERT book and you will lose originality in your answer. So, go through NCERT books…and insure your success. Attending tuition is not essential thing but reading NCERT books is essential thing. List of NCERT Books you must read: Class VI: History-Our Past I, Social and Political Life-I, Science Class VIII: Resource and Development (Geography), Social and Political Life,  Our Past III (Part-I), Our Past III (Part II), Science Class IX: Democratic Politics, Contemporary India, Economics, India and the Contemporary World-I,  Science Class VII: Social and Political Life-2, History-Our Pasts II, Geography-Our Environment, Science Class X: Contemporary India, Understanding Economic Development, India and the Contemporary World-II, Democratic Politics, Science Class XI: History, Fundamental of Physical Geography, India Physical Environment, Introducing Sociology, Understanding Society, Political Theory, India Constitution at Work, Indian Economic Development Class XII: Themes in Indian History-I, Themes in Indian History-II, Themes in Indian History-III,Fundamentals of Human Geography, India -People And Economy, Indian Society, Social Change and Development in India, Contemporary World Politics, Political Science-II, Introductory Microeconomics, Introductory Macroeconomics, Biology Above list is appearing too big and some people may suggest to skip Class VI, VII, VIII and IX books to avoid repetitions, my suggestion is to start from Class VI and read page by page. It will help you lot if you are reading them in right sequence. Eg. If you read following books in given sequence:  Social and Political Life-I (Class VI),  Social and Political Life-2(Class VII),  Social and Political Life (Class VIII),  Democratic Politics (Class IX),  Democratic Politics (Class X)   Understanding Society (Class XI),  Indian Society (Class XII),  Social Change and Development in India(Class XII).
Kumar ashutosh
a year ago
Thank you so much sir
Kumar ashutosh
a year ago
Yojana is important