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Which newspaper should I read to prepare English for UPSC?

Asked 2018-10-08 17:27:01 by Sampath Kumar

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The newspapers you can read to prepare English for UPSC are (1) The Indian Express, (2) The Hindu, (3) The Times of India, (4) Hindustan Times, and (5) The Statesman.

What is the UPSC CSE exam?

Asked 2018-10-08 15:07:04 by GAILING POOJARI

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UPSC civil services examination which is also called the IAS examination is the national competitive examination of India. The other civil services include IPS and IFS. The examination is conducted into three stages, Prelims, Mains and Interview. The candidates who clear the CSE are sent for training for approx. 2 years and are allotted respectful designation in government offices.

When will the registration for UPSC start for private candidates?

Asked 2018-10-08 11:24:16 by Robby Sharma

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The registration for UPSC Prelims will start around March or April 2019. Everyone can apply during the registration time by checking their eligibility criteria. The minimum age required to apply is 21 years and the candidate must have completed his/her graduation.

Can I prepare for UPSC after graduating from L.L.B?

Asked 2018-10-07 20:06:40 by bhawana nirman

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Yes, you can prepare for UPSC after graduating from L.L.B. A candidate, who has completed his graduation and has attained the age of 21 years can apply for UPSC and with enough dedication, can even crack it.

How should one prepare for UPSC 2019 prelims?

Asked 2018-10-07 19:54:29 by NeelakantaM Nagarjuna

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You can prepare for UPSC 2019 Prelims by following these steps (1)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, (2) Read thoroughly your NCERT books as they will provide the basic details on any topic, and (3)Read Manorama yearbook.

What is the pattern of the questions asked in Prelims and Main?

Asked 2018-10-07 18:42:01 by Suhani Kumari

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The questions asked in Prelims are divided into two papers of 200 marks each. The papers will be on general ability test and civil service aptitude test. Now for Main, there are 7 papers of 250 marks each. The papers will be divided into general studies and optional subjects (in any one of the Indian language recognized by the constitution of India).

What are the subjects we have to prepare for UPSC?

Asked 2018-10-07 17:59:21 by gp ki bb

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Subjects that you should prepare for the UPSC exam are (1)Science, (2)Mathematics, (3)Social Science, (4)Economics, (5)Democratic politics, (6)Chemistry, (7)Biology, (8)History, (9)Art & Culture, (10)Geography, and (11)Indian Polity.

What is the syllabus of UPSC?

Asked 2018-10-07 17:58:47 by gp ki bb

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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. The syllabus of UPSC is divided into two parts: Prelims and Mains. In Prelims, two compulsory papers will comprise of subjects like History, Politics, Social Development etc. In UPSC, the Mains consist of nine papers, i.e. two optional subjects, four general studies, one essay, and one English paper.

Can we even watch and read Hindi news channels and websites also?

Asked 2018-10-07 17:57:53 by gp ki bb

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Yes, you can read Hindi newspapers and websites also to prepare for the UPSC exam. You can read Dainik Bhaskar, Amar Ujala, Navbharat Times, and Hindustan to stay updated on all topics.

What are some online websites providing free mocks for UPSC?

Asked 2018-10-07 14:19:19 by Jobanpreet Singh

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Online websites which provide free mock tests for UPSC are (1)ClearIAS.com, (2) cleariasexam.com, (3)Mrunal.org, (4)Byju's.com, and (5)unacademy.com.

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