How can I start GS preparation for UPSC?
So for beginners, the best way to start the preparation for GS is to study all the NCERT from class VI to class XII for History, Geography, Economics, and Polity, the NCERT books for class XII and XII must be studied in addition to the lower class NCERTs.
How to make notes for GS 1?
What should a GS 1 read?
World History Textbook. World History Notes. World History Maps. Art and Culture Diagrams. India Since Independence. Geography – Resource Distribution. Indian Society.
How can I raise my GS grade?
GS employees may advance to higher grades by promotion at certain intervals (generally after at least a year), as determined by OPM regulations and qualification standards and agency policies, up to the full promotion potential advertised in the job announcement.
Which optional helps in GS?
Choosing optional subjects with maximum GS overlap: History. Geography. Political science & international relations. Economics. Public administration. Choosing the Right Optional Subject for UPSC Civil Services Mains. Related Links:
Who corrects UPSC mains paper?
The UPSC mains answer sheets are manually evaluated by examiners. There is one Head Examiner and many Additional Examiners.
Who has secured highest marks in UPSC ever?
AIR- 1 Kanishak Kataria (Total – 1121/2025, 55.36%) AIR- 2 Akshat Jain (Total – 1080/2025, 53.33%) AIR-3 Junaid Ahmed (Total – 1077/2025, 53.18%)
Which pen is best for UPSC mains?
Uniball eye rollerball pen. Cello techno tip pen. Cello Pinpoint Pen. Flair Writo Meter Pen. Reynolds 045 Fine Carbure Blue Ballpen. Pilot V 7 Hi-tech Pen with the cartridge system.
When should I start making notes for mains?
Read your textbooks first and make jotting the second time you read them. Never go in for making jotting from the moment you start reading your textbooks. When you read your textbooks for the first time, don’t start making jotting there and then.
Which book is best for GS 1 UPSC?
The Wonder That Was India – A.L. Basham. ( Culture) India’s Ancient Past – R.S. Sharma. ( Culture) Indian Art and Culture – Nitin Singhania. ( History Of Modern India – Bipan Chandra. ( India’s Struggle For Independence – Bipan Chandra. ( Oxford School Atlas – Oxford. (