Ask NewsBytes
User Image

Why aspirants usually don't opt for technical subjects like electrical engineering as UPSC optional subjects?

Asked on 10-09-2018 by JAYESH SHENDE

Answered by NewsBytes

Many aspirants are choosing technical engineering as their UPSC optional subject. Candidates prefer to choose only those subjects in which they think they can excel. No subject is hard if you have an interest in that.

Suggest some best books to prepare History for UPSC?

Asked on 07-09-2018 by Shyamsunder Chandel RU

Answered by NewsBytes

To prepare ancient history, you can read the books by AL Basham, RS Sharma, and Upinder Singh. For medieval history, you can go for the books by J.L Mehta and Satish Chandra.

Do a CSE aspirant needs a coaching class?

Asked on 07-09-2018 by bhakti sonkamble (bee)

Answered by NewsBytes

It depends on the candidate. One can also prepare without these coaching classes. But for that, you have to work extremely hard at home. Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on all recent topics, study NCERT books thoroughly to prepare your basic knowledge.

Suggest me some books for Political Science and International Relation for UPSC.

Asked on 07-09-2018 by Nishima Gupta

Answered by NewsBytes

You can study books by OP Gauba, Laxmikanth and Rajni Kothari to prepare Political Science for UPSC. International Relations cannot be covered by a single book. You can read NewsBytes daily to know world affairs and follow the website of Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. Other than this, you can refer to NBT publications for IR.

How difficult is it to take Electrical engineering as an optional subject in UPSC CSE exam?

Asked on 07-09-2018 by JAYESH SHENDE

Answered by NewsBytes

A subject is not difficult to cover if the candidate has an interest in that optional subject. Prepare a study plan and notes and solve as many mocks as possible to manage time efficiently. You should always choose a subject as an optional subject in which you think you have the scope of performing better.

Which book of history, geography, and English is best for UPSC?

Asked on 07-09-2018 by Verma Anshul

Answered by NewsBytes

Other than NCERT, you can also refer to geography books by Majid Husain and DR Khullar. Books by Oxford publication is also good enough to strengthen up your geography and history knowledge. To prepare for English, you can refer to books by the following authors: AP Bhardwaj, Ramesh Singh, B Ramaswamy, and JK Chopra. Other books for history are by Satish Chandra and Bipin Chandra.

Which geography book is best for UPSC?

Asked on 07-09-2018 by Verma Anshul

Answered by NewsBytes

Other than NCERT, you can also refer to geography books by Majid Husain and DR Khullar to prepare for UPSC. Books by Oxford publication is also good enough to strengthen up your geography knowledge.

How to cover general knowledge for UPSC exam?

Asked on 07-09-2018 by Jyoti Saini

Answered by NewsBytes

You can sharpen up your GK for the UPSC exam by reading newspapers and NewsBytes daily and staying updated on recent topics. Make notes of the topics you think is important and follow up the stories on that topic.

How can I prepare for the UPSC CDS Maths exam?

Asked on 06-09-2018 by kapil rana

Answered by NewsBytes

Solve the maths question from standard 8th to 10th NCERT books. You can also prepare maths from Disha and Arihant publications, as they are preferred by most of the candidates.

Is joining a coaching center necessary?

Asked on 06-09-2018 by Gowri Nisha Chweetz

Answered by NewsBytes

No, it is not necessary to join the coaching centers to prepare for the UPSC exam. You can also prepare the syllabus by yourself at home. Just study thoroughly the NCERT books and read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on current topics.

Related Topics

Trending Timelines