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Smrt Yash

Asked on 7 October, 2018

Give some example of questions asked during the IAS interview.

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The panel during the interview session of UPSC CSE asks a lot of questions related to candidates' background. They may ask you about your job and what you've learned from it, or about the latest government scheme and how you would implement it in a village/district/state, or your views on several government policies.

Sneha Joseph

Sneha Joseph

Asked on 5 October, 2018

How to crack UPSC in the first attempt?

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You can crack UPSC in the first attempt by following 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) Read Manorama yearbook.

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Mehnaz Fatima

Asked on 4 October, 2018

How to manage time for the UPSC exam?

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You can easily manage time for the UPSC exam by making a timetable. (1)Make sections for daily, weekly, and long-term objectives, (2)Devote 10-12 hours daily to study for the exam, (3)Start your day by reading the newspaper and making notes from it, (4)Try to cover a topic at a time, and (5)At the end of the day, revise what you've studied the whole day.

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luqman ahsen

Asked on 4 October, 2018

I have History as my subsidiary paper in B.A from Jamia Millia Islamia. How should I prepare Indian history for the UPSC exam?

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The history is divided into three parts, Ancient-Medieval-Modern. The books you can read to prepare for the history subjects are (1)History of Modern India-Bipin Chandra, (2)History of Medieval India- Satish Chandra, (3)India's Ancient past-RS Sharma, and (4)NCERT books till class 12th. Prepare the ancient part first, then the medieval part. Lastly, Make notes of the different era and important events happened at that time.

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Anonymous

Asked on 4 October, 2018

How to prepare current affairs for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare current affairs and general knowledge by following these steps: (1)Study about the recent developments in the field of science, politics, technology, economics, sports and many more like this, (2)Solve online question paper on current affairs, (3)Read NewsBytes daily and follow updates on various topics, (4)Read Manorama yearbook and make notes from it, (5)Study the book by Arihant publication on current affairs.

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Anonymous

Asked on 4 October, 2018

What are the optional subjects in UPSC?

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There are over 25 optional subjects in the IAS exam. These subjects include agriculture, animal husbandry and veterinary science, anthropology, botany, chemistry, civil engineering, commerce and accountancy, economics, electrical engineering, geography, geology, history, law, management, mathematics, medical science, philosophy, physics, political science and international relations, psychology, public administration, sociology, statistics, zoology, and 22 government recognized languages of India.

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Anonymous

Asked on 4 October, 2018

Why it is recommended to read NCERT books for UPSC?

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It is advised to read the NCERT books to prepare for the UPSC exams as they provide you with the basic knowledge of the topics you're going to read further. These study materials will strengthen up your base in any subject and you'll not face any problem in that in future. You should read NCERT books from class 8th-12th.

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Asked on 4 October, 2018

Which topic should I prepare for the general studies in UPSC?

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The topics that you should cover in general studies for IAS exam are history, geography, economics, Indian polity, general science, chemistry, biology, physics, law, and Indian National Movements.

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Anonymous

Asked on 4 October, 2018

From where can I download the syllabus of UPSC exam?

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You can download the syllabus of UPSC or civil services exams by visiting the URL http://www.upsc.gov.in/sites/default/files/Engl_CSP_2017.pdf. Along with the syllabus, you'll find the eligibility criteria as well the pattern of the exam mentioned in the PDF that is available on the official website of UPSC.

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Asked on 4 October, 2018

What is the marking pattern of UPSC exams?

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There are two stages of UPSC exam: Prelims and Main. The Prelims examination consist of two papers of 200 marks each. The Main examination consists of Paper A and Paper B of 300 marks each and 7 other papers of 250 marks each. The ranking is based on the score out of 2025 marks.

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Asked on 4 October, 2018

How to prepare for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare for the UPSC exam by following these simple 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.

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Asked on 4 October, 2018

Which app we can use to prepare for the UPSC exam?

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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.

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Asked on 4 October, 2018

Suggest some books for the IAS exam.

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The books that you can read to prepare for the IAS exam are (1)NCERT book set from 8th-10th, (2)History of Modern India by Bipin Chandra, (3)Geography of India by Majid Husain, (4) Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh and (5)Manorama Yearbook.

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Asked on 4 October, 2018

What are the useful websites to prepare for the UPSC exam?

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The following are the websites which are useful while preparing for the UPSC exam: (1)ClearIAS.com, (2)byjus.com, (3)cleariasexam.com, (4)iasscore.in, and (5)jagranjosh.com. The Apps which are useful while preparing for the UPSC exam are (1)BYJUs, (2)ClearIAS, (3)JagranJosh, (4)Vision IAS, and (5)NCERT for UPSC.

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Upsc Zone

Asked on 4 October, 2018

Suggest some books to prepare for the IAS exam in Hindi medium.

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The list of UPSC preparation books for Hindi medium candidates are as follows (1)Indian history books (Hindi) by Bipin Chandra, Vipan Chandra, (2)Bharat Evam Vishwa ka Bhugol by Majjid Hussain, (3)Bharat Ka Samvidhan by D.D.Basu, (4)Bhartiya Arthvyavastha by Ramesh Singh, (5)Samanya Adhyayan by Mc Graw Hill Education, and (6)Manorama yearbook- Hindi edition.

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devesh sahu

Asked on 4 October, 2018

How to create an impressive resume?

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To create an impressive resume, you can follow these simple points (1)Try to make your CV of just a single page, maximum you can extend it to two pages, (2)Choose s presentable format according to the company's nature, (3)If you're a fresher, mention your academic and non-academic achievements. If not, then mention your employment history, (4)Write everything in bullet-points, (5)Write only necessary personal details.

Nidhi Kumari

Nidhi Kumari

Asked on 4 October, 2018

What are the books we should read to prepare for the Indian Engineering Services (IES) exam?

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The books you can read to prepare for the Indian Engineering Services examination are (1)Structural Analysis by C.K.Vang, (2)Concrete Structure by H.J.Shah, (3)Hydrology by Subramanyam, (4)IES solved question papers by Made Easy Publications.

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