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Please forward this error screen to 107. Please forward this error screen to 198. In terms of General studies Questions, the CAPF and CDS exams run almost parallel. Essay Comprehension paper, worth 2 hours and 200 marks. So a newcomer thinks he got the jackpot. But In such books, the history, science portion, they directly give you 25-30 MCQs without explaining any theory. Similarly in aptitude portion, they merely list 3-4 formulas, show you 3-4 solved sums with 20 MCQs.

Sorry it doesn’t work like that. Please donot underestimate the level of competition. Any publication will work: Unique, TMH, Spectrum etc. Music, painting, dance, religion, architecture, books etc.

In old times, UPSC used to ask trivial GK question from kings, war timelines etc. Although this can be classified under culture. After that: GS Manual and finally mock questions. Because rarely 1-2 question come from medieval portion nowadays. But do prepare culture related things from medieval period. After that: Read the Medieval history section in your GS Manual and finally mock questions. But keep in mind: GS manuals contain truckload of kings and timelines in the medieval period, don’t waste time mugging them up.

Read GS manual multiple times for this section. OR use Spectrum publication’s brief history of Modern India. And then solve the Mock Questions given in the GS Manual. I suggest you also go through the NIOS study material for Culture. You want to pass CAF, CDS or SSC, then science has to be prepared, whether you like it or not. Besides, NCERT textbooks explain the science in very lucid, layman friendly manner, so science is that not difficult, just read and revise often. I don’t need to read these stupid class7 NCERT science textbooks.

Because, you may be good at the technical and latest things happening in your graduation field, but UPSC asks from basic principles and theories that might have evaporated from your head after you left highschool years ago. Therefore, no matter what your academic qualification is, always start with NCERTs. Manual and finally mock questions at the end of GS Manual. NIOS material on Geography for additional grip over the subject. Please note: in GS Manuals, they often go into very minute details, like chemical formulas of hormones etc. You just need basic  science concepts, principles and their day-to-day application clear. Current affairs, biotech, nanotech, computer IT, space etc.

You can ignore this if you’re running out time. Universe, earth, atmosphere, weather, climate etc. Again not much asked from this. Note: In GS manual, they sometimes go in very minor details e.

Even for Indian geography, you should know broad things. If you try to prepare every detail, you’ll be stuck there forever. Physical Geography Universe When you go to universe, there is no dearth of GK regarding relative size, color, distance of various planets etc. Indian Geography Here UPSC often asks questions on rivers-tributaries. Agriculture Here is the list of NCERT chapters that should be specifically read and revised. More emphasis on soil-types, crops and cropping technologies. In 2012’s CAPF prelims they asked 10 Qs.

National plan on climate change etc. Go through the articles posted on Mrunal. Besides, certain chapters of NCERT Geography and Science textbooks also help in EnB. 5: Polity In all three exams: Civil service exam, CAPF and CDS exam, polity MCQs form a signification portion. The cost: benefit ratio is quite good. India Yearbook chapter number 3 and 20. Depending on your time and mood, the NCERT, NIOS political science and sociology textbooks.