Most of the candidates who aspire to become an IAS officer take the examination even without knowing about UPSC, its exam pattern, syllabus, resources required, how to start the preparation or from where to begin. Hence, to guide and help the IAS Aspirants to crack this toughest exam, here in this section, we provide all the requisites for the UPSC Preparation for both IAS Prelims and UPSC Mains that will be useful for both beginners as well as those who have attempted more than once or twice.
In this section IAS aspirants can find the basic necessities for the UPSC Civil Services Exam Preparation like:
Free NCERT Books is where aspirants can find all the NCERT books from class 6 to 12 of all subjects like History, Geography, English etc. and download it for free anytime from anywhere.
NCERT Notes to make your UPSC IAS Exam Preparation easy and effective.
Topic of the Day covers short notes on important topics from all the subjects that are relevant to IAS Exam and would help in revision as well.
IAS Learning App provides an innovative change to your whole preparation process; download the app and study for IAS Exam from any corner of the world or move around anywhere studying at the same time.
UPSC Question Papers – It is important to go through the previous year question papers and solve them in order to get an idea about the type of questions asked in the UPSC Exam and practice MCQs that will allow candidates to acquire skills like time management and solving answers quickly in the actual UPSC Examination.
UPSC Exam is considered as one of the toughest competitive exams in the country and the preparation for this exam is advised to begin a year earlier due to the vastness of syllabus that has to be covered and the huge competition involved in this exam. Every year about 9 lakh people enroll for the UPSC Exam but only a ten-thousand odd candidates clear the first stage i.e, Prelims Exam and move to the next stage called UPSC Civil Services Mains Exam. Hence, to clear the first stage and to make it to the final list a well-organized preparation plan and implementation of the same effectively is a must.
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Formation of Cyclones Cyclones are characterized by their destructive potential to damage structures such as houses, lifeline infrastructure such as power and communication towers, hospitals, food storage facilities, roads, bridges, culverts, crops, etc., due to high-velocity winds. Exceptionally heavy rainfall causes flooding. Storm surge inundates low-lying […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Cyclones Cyclones are large scale air masses that rotates around a strong center of low atmospheric pressure. The major natural disaster that affects the coastal regions of India is cyclone and as India has a coastline of about 7516 kms, it is exposed to nearly 10 percent of […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Flood control and management The term flood is generally used when the water-flows in rivers, streams and other water bodies cannot be contained within natural or artificial banks. India is one of the most flood prone countries in the world. Floods occur regularly in India affecting about […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Heat Index A heat wave is a period of excessively hot weather, which may be accompanied by high humidity, especially in oceanic climate countries. It may result in dehydration, heat exhaustion, stress and even a fatal heat stroke. More than 2400 people died in the heat wave of 2015. Heat wave […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Heat wave risk reduction Heat Wave World Meteorological Organization defines a heat wave as five or more consecutive days during which the daily maximum temperature exceeds the average maximum temperature by five degrees Celsius. If the maximum temperature of any place continues to be more than 45° […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Coca colonization Coca colonization is also popularly known as Americanisation. This is a pejorative term used to describe the phenomenon wherein aspects of American culture spread across the rest of the world through popular consumer brands. The American culture is pushed into the international markets through popular […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – BHUVAN BHUVAN is a multi-purpose end-user satellite application platform. It is powered by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). This software application allows the users to explore a 2D/3D representation of the surface of the Earth. The browser is specifically tailored to view India, offering the highest […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Price Deficiency Payment System A new idea has been mooted out by the Niti Aayog called, “Price Deficiency Payment” in order to support the farmers in the event when the market price falls below Minimum Support Price (MSP). This system aims to provide a part (for example […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – UN Ocean Conference The United Nations Ocean Conference was held for the first time in June 2017 in New York. It sought to mobilize action for the conservation and sustainable use of the oceans, seas and marine resources. Its theme was “Our oceans, our future: partnering for […]
UPSC Exam Preparation: Topic of the Day – Lymphatic Filariasis Lymphatic Filariasis also called elephantiasis is a vector borne disease, spread by the bite of mosquitoes and black flies. It is a parasitic disease caused by the filial worms (parasitic worms). In the human body, the disease parasite is acquired during childhood causing a gradual […]