Useful Mnemonics for UPSC Exam

All those preparing for the UPSC Civil Services Examination would know that clearing the UPSC exam requires among other things, a good memory. You should be able to recall many facts, figures, and numbers. It is humanly impossible to mug up everything in the humongous UPSC syllabus. This article presents a few useful mnemonics for UPSC exam that we have compiled from various sources. Read on for valuable mnemonics for IAS exam preparation:

HOMES – Great Lakes of North America.

H – Huron

O – Ontario

M – Michigan

E – Erie

S – Superior

 

BHAJSAB – Mughal rulers.

B – Babar

H – Humayun

A – Akbar

J – Jehangir

S – Shah Jahan

A – Aurangzeb

B – Bahadur Shah Zafar

 

1773  – Boston Tea Party

Remember 74 = Heavenly Tea

Now, imagine a story of how people drink tea from pretty cups and chuck the cups into the water. You can easily recall heavenly tea and then get the number 1773.

 

BAPU KA HATH – Kings of Ancient India who practiced Buddhism

B – Bimbisara

A – Ashoka

P – Prasanjeet

U – Udaysen

KA – Kanishka

HATH – Harshavardhana

 

MBBS PAIN – SAARC countries

M – Maldives

B – Bangladesh

B – Bhutan

S – Sri Lanka

P – Pakistan

A – Afghanistan

I – India

N – Nepal

 

LIMCA TV – 6 members of Mekong – Ganga Cooperation

L – Laos

I – India

M – Myanmar

Ca – Cambodia

T – Thailand

V – Vietnam

 

TARIK – countries around Caspian Sea

T – Turkmenistan

A – Azerbaijan

R – Russia

I – Iran

K – Kazakhstan

 

CCC FRENS – core industries in India

C – coal

C – crude oil

C – cement

F – fertilizers

R – refinery products

E – electricity

N – natural gas

S – steel

 

SEED – Horn of Africa countries

S – Somalia

E – Ethiopia

E – Eritrea

D – Djibouti

 

RuDe Germany SELL Poland & Finland – countries around Baltic Sea

Ru – Russia

De – Denmark

Germany

S – Sweden

E – Estonia

L – Latvia

L – Lithuania

Poland

Finland

 

KFC – Three Principles of Jainism (Triratna)

K – right Knowledge

F – right Faith

C – right Conduct

 

Indian Rabbits Seem Chubby and Jovial – rivers in North West India

I – Indus

R – Ravi

S – Satluj

Ch – Chenab

J – Jhelum

 

JUMBAK – States having Bicameral System

J – Jammu & Kashmir

U – Uttar Pradesh

M – Maharashtra

B – Bihar

A – Andhra Pradesh

K – Karnataka 

 

ARUNA MAMI – States in India sharing boundary with Myanmar

ARU – Arunachal Pradesh

NA – Nagaland

MA – Manipur

MI – Mizoram

 

SAAB – States in India sharing boundary with Bhutan

S – Sikkim

A – Arunachal Pradesh

A – Assam

B – Bengal

 

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