UPSC Preparation Strategy,
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04 Sep. 2017

History of Modern India and Indian National Movement

The history of modern India covers detailed and precise information which is written and stored in different Indian states. We're including brief syllabus of The History of Modern India which will help you study in very systematic manner.


15 May 2017

Indian and World Geography Physical, Social & Economic

Indian Geography can be divided into three – Physical Geography, Economic Geography and Social Geography. The major sub-topics under Physical Indian Geography are Physio-graphic divisions, Drainage, Climate, Vegetation, Natural Resources etc.


14 Sep 2018

Indian Polity and Governance: Summary and Keypoints

The system of government called polity is midway between democracy and oligarchy. The subject deals with the functioning of the government in the country. This gives an understanding of the legislative, executive, judicial systems and various constitutional authorities in the country.


16 Sep 2018

Economic & Social Development

Social development is about improving the well-being of every individual in society so they can reach their full potential. The success of society is linked to the well-being of each and every citizen. Social development means investing in people.


22 April 2017

General issues on Environment

Environment and biodiversity are integral topics in the USPC exam. Most IAS aspirants worry about these topics as they are not as ‘concrete’ as other topics like History or Indian Economy. The study material is not as ‘time-tested’ as in other subjects. Also, there is a very high correlation to current affairs in these sections.


17 Sep 2018

General Science

General science and technology is a subject that is equally important as other subjects for the UPSC civil services exam. Every year about 25 – 30 questions are asked from this section in the UPSC prelims of the IAS exams.


18 Feb. 2017

CSAT Brief Syllabus Civil Services Exam Pattern

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