5 Best Books for PPSC Exam Preparation 2017-2018
The Punjab Public Service Commission is a government agency responsible for hiring and administering the provincial civil services and management services in Punjab Province it was designated as the autonomous agency to advise the federal government.
PPS recruit deserving candidates to fill up the available government posts of Tehsildar, Deputy Superintendent of Police, etc.
This exam is a gateway to get employment in the government sector.
Here I m listing the best books for PPSC Exam preparation which is listed below
General Knowledge 2017 provides a comprehensive study of all the sections that are covered under the subject of General Knowledge. The book has been divided into seven sections namely Current Affairs, Indian History, Geography, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, General Science and General Knowledge each containing detailed theoretical content. Figures, Graphics and Tables have been given along with the theory wherever required. Important Notes & Tables are provided under the highlighted box for the revision of important points. The ‘Current Affairs’ section in the beginning of the book
UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination- Paper I in 60 days is a unique and one-of-its-kind text conceptualised to simplify last minute preparation for UPSC Preliminary Examination. The book is reader-friendly and is designed to help students assimilate more information and recall it easily during the examination. The blend of brevity and coverage of all major topics makes it an essential read for civil services aspirants
This is a comprehensive, intelligible and interesting portrait of Ancient Indian History and Civilisation from a national historical point of view. The work is divided into three broad divisions of the natural course of cultural development in ancient India: From the prehistoric age to 600 B.C. from 600 B.C. to 300 A.D. From 300 A.D. to 1200 A.D. The work describes the political, economic, religious and cultural conditions of the country, the expansionist activities, the colonisation schemes of her rulers in the far east. Political theories and administrative organisations are also discussed but more stress has been laid on the religious, literary and cultural aspects of ancient India.
Easy and detailed explanation allows students to understand effortlessly and implement with accuracy. Set of solves questions helps students get a perfect idea about the question pattern and how to deal with the issues that arise during the examination. English Grammar & Composition book comes with 550 solves exercises, 7000 solved questions and, 7000 solved questions. Apart from covering all the concepts of grammar, the book also exhibit tricks and techniques to solve various types of questions
McGraw-Hill is proud to present the fifth edition of Indian Polity by M Laxmikanth. The book itself needs no introduction. It is one of the most popular and comprehensive books on the subject and has been a consistent bestseller for many years. It has become a must-read book for aspirants appearing in various competitive examinations, especially the civil services examinations. The wide range and scope of issues that it covers also makes it valuable to postgraduates, research scholars, academics and general readers who are interested in the country’s political, civil and constitutional issues
Since these exams are the state exams one should be well aware of the history and geography of the Punjab.
Since PCS is a civil service exam the candidates should be ready for a high difficulty level and mentally prepared for putting in a good amount of hard work.
Though the exam is a state exam one must have basic knowledge of the country, the latest happenings in the country too. For that, the candidates must start following one national newspaper in order to keep themselves well acquainted of the happenings in and around the world.
The candidates should pay special attention in enhancing their general knowledge. They should be ready to learn new things every moment.
For the interview, the candidates should be well prepared with the regional language, culture and custom.
Since the exam is conducted by UPSC the pattern remains the same, i.e. prelims first, then the mains and then the interview.
Also, the candidates should pick up last few years’ question papers and try and solve them. This will give them an idea of the pattern and make them comfortable with it.
It is a plus point to be guided by an experienced candidate or a good teacher who can direct your efforts correctly.
Candidates must keep appearing for the mock papers and should keep a check on the time because with a good preparation it is very important to attempt all questions in time.
Be Confident and positive regarding the exam.