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Which online study material is best for UPSC?
ncert.nic.in – Download NCERT Texts as PDF. nios.ac.in – Download NIOS Online Materials. egyankosh.ac.in – Download IGNOU Books. yojana.gov.in – Download Yojana and Kurukshetra Magazines. upsc.gov.in – Official Website of UPSC.
Where can I download UPSC material?
NCERT Books Download. Yojana Magazine Download. Kurukshetra Magazine. Pratiyogita Darpan Magazine. IGNOU Books. ClearIAS downloads.
Where can I buy books for UPSC online?
(Click on the links to buy online) IAS Books@Flipkart. IAS Books@Amazon.
How can I get UPSC notes online?
#1 Read The Books. #2 Make Bullet Points. #3 Write Short Sentences. #4 Go Digital Whenever You Can. #5 Use Loose Sheets Against Registers For Preparing UPSC Notes. #6 Make Flow Charts For UPSC Notes. #7 Keep Revising Your UPSC Notes for NCERTs.
Which website is best for study material?
CosmoLearning: cosmolearning.com. Futures Channel: thefutureschannel.com. Howcast: howcast.com. Khan Academy: khanacademy.org.
Which website is best for free UPSC preparation?
2.www.mea.gov.in. 3.www.mha.nic.in. 4.www.lawmin.nic.in. 5.www.rbi.org.in. 6.www.socialjustice.nic.in. 7.www.indiaculture.nic.in. 8.www.gov.in. 10.www.pib.nic.in.
What are the free resources for UPSC?
UPSC EXAM PREPARATION. UPSC Syllabus. UPSC Question Papers. UPSC Study Materials. UPSC NCERT Notes. UPSC Exam Strategy. UPSC Mains Prep. UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS.
Is UPSC paper ever leaked?
In 1992, there was an instance when the UPSC received complaints of paper being leaked at a centre in Allahabad (Prayagraj). The matter was discussed in Parliament and enquiry committee was set up. On 17 June 1992, the General Studies paper started at 2:30 pm and was to be conducted till 4:30 pm.
Which is best source of current affairs for UPSC?
Daily Newspapers – The Hindu, The Indian Express, etc. Summary of Press Information Bureau (PIB) Release. Yojana Magazine. Manorama Yearbook. Weekly and Monthly Current Affairs Magazine (for example Pratiyogita Darpan) The gist of Rajya Sabha TV Debate.
Can I crack UPSC without reading newspaper?
Reading newspapers is not necessary to crack UPSC’s current affairs.