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Does UPSC repeat previous year questions?
Do questions repeat in UPSC? Yes! UPSC papers have repetitions of questions from previous year’s papers, but only for certain topics.
Which is the best source for history UPSC?
India’s Ancient Past by RS Sharma. History of Medieval India by Satish Chandra. History of Modern India by Bipan Chandra. India’s Struggle For Independence by Bipan Chandra. Indian Art and Culture by Nitin Singhania. India After Independence: Bipan Chandra.
Which site is best for current affairs for UPSC?
7.www.indiaculture.nic.in. 8.www.gov.in. 10.www.pib.nic.in. 11.www.nasscom.org. 12.www.arc.gov.in. 13.www.indiagovernance.gov.in. 14.www.ipcc.ch. 15.www.moef.nic.in.
Which publication is best for previous year UPSC papers?
The Hindu Newspaper. Yojana Magazine. Press Information Bureau Releases.
Can UPSC be cracked in 2 months?
Many IAS hopefuls might be wondering if it is possible to crack the UPSC Prelims in just 60 days. The answer is a resounding YES. People have done it before, and you can do it too!
Can I crack UPSC in 90 days?
Aspirants can clear IAS Prelims by studying 90 days, if you are preparing using the correct resources along with study plan.
Is only NCERT enough for UPSC?
Are NCERT books enough for IAS? NCERT books are a must for the IAS exam. However, candidates should also refer to subject-specific books (e.g. Indian Polity by Laxmikant) and keep tabs on current affairs.
How can I remember old history in UPSC?
India’s Ancient Past – R.S. Sharma (Indias ancient past PDF) Facets of Indian Culture – Spectrum. NCERT Class XI – An Introduction to Indian Art. NCERT Class XI – Living Craft Traditions of India (Chapters 9 & 10) Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) official Website.
Who is the best teacher of history for UPSC?
Dr. Anshul Bajpai and Puneet Bhatia both are the best Teacher for History Optional UPSC Exam for better Preparation of all the student who take History as optional subject.
Is 7 months current affairs enough for UPSC?
The question should actually be “How many months of current affairs for IAS Prelims 2022 is required?” Usually, we advise candidates to start their preparation a year before, in a similar way, we recommend covering the issues in the news from 18 months or at least 12 months prior to the UPSC Exam.