Useful Books for UPSC Civils Preparation and Method of Exam

Civils 2013 Notification has released. Here today we discuss about on Useful Books for UPSC Civils Preparation and Method of Exam. The Competition for this year may high nearly above Two lacks people may appear for the prelims examination. In Civils mainly three stages of selection pattern is available namely prelims, mains and interview. For the prelims more than two lacks people may apply from this test nearly 10-12000 candidates may select for the mains examination from this test nearly 2000 candidates will select for the interview stage. The difference of prelims to mains will be six months so that this time could help you to prepare for mains.

Upsc Civils Prelims Examination Method
In this test two papers will be placed for the exam and questions to be ask in objective type.
Paper-I general studies of 100 questions carrying 200 marks and syllabus will be current affairs in Indian history, Independence Struggle, Geography, Indian polity, Economy, Environmental ecology, General science.

Paper - 2:
Paper-2 aptitude test consists of 80 questions carrying 200 marks and its syllabus will be comprehension Inter personal skills, Logical reasoning and Analytical ability, decision making and problem solving, General mental ability, English language comprehension skills.

Civils Mains Exam:
In this mains test mainly two subjects will be ask. English is the common for everyone and second subject will be candidate choice. Most of the students are choosing public administration as their optional subject for mains.

Useful Books for Civils Prelims Paper-1 Exam
6-12th class NCERT text books.
  • Ancient and Middle History by Satish Chandra.
  • Indian Polity - Lakshmi Kanth
  • Indian Economy - Bachelor Degree Books
  • General Science - what, y and hour (Publications)
  • Current Affairs - Magazines
Useful Books for Civils Preparation for Prelims Paper-2 Exam
  • A Modern approach to verbal reasoning - R. S. Agarwal
  • Quantitative Aptitude - R. S. Agarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning - M. K. Pandey
  • English for Competitive Exams - A. K. Kapoor

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