How to study society for GS1?
The topic is current affairs based. So newspapers and magazines are important. Read about women’s role in freedom struggle, art and culture etc. You should be able to interlink different parts of the syllabus. For Communalism and Regionalism you can refer to IGNOU Notes.
How to prepare for GS 1 geography?
Geography of India by Majid Husain. World Geography by Majid Husain. World Atlas (Orient Black Swan) Fundamentals of Human Geography of Class XI and XII NCERT. A Brief History of Modern India by Rajiv Ahir (Spectrum)
How can I prepare for UPSC mains society?
NCERT Class 11 – Introducing Sociology. NCERT Class 11 – Understanding Society. NCERT Class 12 – Indian Society. NCERT Class 12 – Social Change & Development in India. Social Problems in India by Ram Ahuja.
How to prepare sociology gs for UPSC?
Understand the syllabus: Develop conceptual clarity: Study sociology as a whole: Low marks in sociology optional: Make a list of sociological terms: Limit your resources: Start with the class notes and then move towards standard books:
Is society important for UPSC?
Indian Society is one of the important subjects in the UPSC syllabus.
The study material for social issues: NCERT Sociology NCERT Class XI – Understanding Society. NCERT Sociology NCERT Class XII – Indian Society, Social Change, and Development in India. Magazines like Yojana and Kurukshetra. Newspapers.
Where can I study Indian society for UPSC?
IGNOU Material – Development. IGNOU Material – Sociology. Social Problems In India – Ram Ahuja. Indian Society (A General Overview). Online Study Materials and PDFs provided by ClearIAS.com.
How can I cover my society portion in UPSC?
Poverty. Women Empowerment. Hunger. Casteism. Reservation. Empowerment, etc.
What is the fastest way to memorize geography?
Mnemonic devices. Organize the information. Use “chunking” Visualize information. Association. Frequent Reviewing.
How can I memorize geography quickly?
Start with the continents. Be knowledgeable about large bodies of water. Don’t be stuck up on memorizing all the countries. Use history or current events to remember better. Visualize locations. Make flashcards. Ask for help. Keep a map close by.