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How can I know about all UPSC exams?

Asked on 08-10-2018 by Ariful Hoque

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You can first visit the official website of UPSC and check for the notification regarding various exams conducted by them. If there is any notification regarding vacancies, click on it and apply for that examination. Before filling the application form, check the eligibility criteria as they may differ for General, SC/ST, and OBC candidates.

Suggest some Apps for the IAS exam.

Asked on 04-10-2018 by Sakshi Choubey

Answered by NewsBytes

The applications you can use to prepare for the IPS exam are (1)UPSC IPS exam preparation 2019, (2)IPS exam preparation, (3)Unacademy learning app, (4)Prelims Guru, and (5)ClearIAS.

How to prepare for the UPSC exam and when should we start the preparation?

Asked on 04-10-2018 by Karishma Kumari

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You can prepare for the UPSC exam by following these simple steps: (1) Read thoroughly your NCERT books, (2)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, and (3) Improve your writing speed by attempting as many mocks as possible per day. The best time to start the preparation is after class 12th. You can even prepare during your under-graduation.

What are some YouTube channels to prepare for the UPSC exam?

Asked on 04-10-2018 by C.VINAY KUMAR

Answered by NewsBytes

YouTube channels, which could help you to prepare for the UPSC exam are (1)RSTV (Rajya Sabha) YouTube channel, (2)LSTV (Lok Sabha) YouTube channel, (3)VisionIAS, (4)egyankosh IGNOU, and (5)Unacademy.

How are Padhuka books to prepare for CPT?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Mohammad Moazzam

Answered by NewsBytes

Padhuka books are also one of the most preferred preparation books by the CPT candidates. Some of its famous books include the complete guide for CA CPT, practical guide on quantitative aptitude, and mercantile law guide.

When can I take the UPSC exam if my DOB is 26 September 1999?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Akash Mane

Answered by NewsBytes

The minimum age required to apply for the UPSC exam is 21 years. If your DOB is September 26, 1999, then you will become eligible to appear in the UPSC exam by 2021.

What is the procedure to become an IAS officer?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Sharad Bhalerao

Answered by NewsBytes

To become an IAS officer, you must appear for the UPSC civil services examination and clear it. You can prepare for it through online classes, offline coaching classes or by self-study. After you will clear the three stages of IAS exam i.e. Prelims, Main, and Interview, you will receive the training for two years. On completion of your training, You'll be allotted the designation of an IAS officer.

What are the books we can study to prepare economics for the UPSC exam?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Divyanshu Kaushal

Answered by NewsBytes

The books you can study to prepare economics for the UPSC exam are (1)Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh, (2)Indian Economy Key Concepts by Sankarganesh K, (3)Datt and Sundaram's Indian Economy, and (4)Indian Economy by Uma Kapila.

Which book is sufficient to prepare for UPSC CSAT? Which book should I refer for GS in Prelims?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by MUKESH BAIRWA

Answered by NewsBytes

To prepare for UPSC CSAT, you can read 'Cracking the CSAT paper-2' by Arihant publication. It has sample papers and also mocks. It is very useful for CSAT. For general studies, you can read '23 Years CSAT General Studies' by Disha Publication.

How to prepare for the UPSC exam after class 12th?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Hariom Raj

Answered by NewsBytes

To prepare for the UPSC exam after class 12th, you need to follow these steps: (1) Read thoroughly your NCERT books as they will provide the basic details on any topic, (2)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, (3) Improve your writing speed by attempting as many mocks as possible per day, (4)Stay focused and always practice hard.

Suggest some apps to prepare for the IPS exam.

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Shreya Raddi

Answered by NewsBytes

The applications you can use to prepare for the IPS exam are (1)UPSC IPS exam preparation 2019, (2)IPS exam preparation, (3)Unacademy learning app, (4)Prelims Guru, and (5)ClearIAS.

Which book should I read, the old NCERT or the new one?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by CHANDRAKANT UPADHYAY

Answered by NewsBytes

Generally, the NCERT books published before 2005 is called old and after 2005 is called new. You can read both versions of NCERT books as they will serve the same purpose. If you've old NCERT books, then it's much easier for you to get the basic knowledge about most of the topics of the CSE as it contains more facts than the new one.

Where can I get free coaching for UPSC in Hyderabad?

Asked on 03-10-2018 by Suresh Bittu

Answered by NewsBytes

You can attend a free coaching in Hyderabad at Samata Academy for Human Excellence, where they offer tuition to students who can't afford fees. It is located in Narayanaguda. You can also prepare for UPSC free of cost with the help of the following websites: (1)ClearIAS.com, (2)byjus.com, (3)cleariasexam.com, (4)iasscore.in, and (5)jagranjosh.com.

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