5 Best books for UPPSC Exam Preparation 2017-2018
The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) is the state agency authorised to conduct the Civil Services Examination for entry-level appointments to the various Civil Services of Uttar Pradesh
The agency’s charter is granted by the Constitution of India.
The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) came into existence on April 1, 1937, with the main aim of recruiting candidates to various services in the state. The commission is regulated by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Regulation, 1976.
Here I m listing the best books for UPPSC Exam Preparation which is listed below
This Book has comprehensive General Knowledge about Madhya Pradesh for the candidates of Carious Competitive Exams. Know Your State Uttar Pradesh gives the complete description of History, Geography, Economy, Culture and Politics with Growth and Prospects of Uttar Pradesh.
UPPSC Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Rajasva Nirikshak (Kanunngo) Exam Superfast Practice Set.This study package for UPPSC General Aptitude Test Paper II has been divided into seven sections namely Comprehension, Interpersonal Skills & Communication Skill, Logical Reasoning & Analytical Ability, Decision Making & Problem Solving, General Mental Ability,
This Book has comprehensive General Knowledge about Uttar Pradesh Knowledge for the Candidates of Carious Competitive Exams. 1. Indian at a Glance 2. World History 3. Indian History a) Pre-History b) Ancient India c) Medieval India 4. Modern India 5. Indian Art and Culture 6. World Geography 7. Indian Geography 8. Indian Polity 9. Indian Economy 10. Physics 11. Chemistry 12. Biology 13. Computer & Information Technology 14. General Awareness 15. Indian Defence 16. Games and Sports 17. Awards and Honours 18. Did you know? 101 Random Facts
UPPCS Prarambhik Pariksha – Samanya Adhyayan (Prashna Patra 1 and 2) by Sheelwant Singh and Sarika.The solved problems have been designed on the lines of questions asked in the previous years’ UPPSC General Studies Paper-II. All the questions have been solved in detail for the effective understanding of the concepts on which the questions are based. Also, practice exercises have been provided at the end of each chapter to help aspirants revise the concepts chapter wise. Also, some of the previous years’ questions asked in UPPSC Paper-II have been provided in between the solved exercises which will help in knowing the trend and types of questions asked in the examination
The present study guide for UPPSC General Aptitude Test Paper-II has been divided into eight sections namely Comprehension, Interpersonal Skills & Communication Skills, Logical Reasoning & Analytical Ability, Decision Making & Problem Solving, General Mental Ability, Elementary Mathematics, General English and Hindi Language, each subdivided into number of chapters as per the latest syllabi. Each section covered under the syllabi had been covered comprehensively in the book. An ample number of solved questions have been provided in each chapter.
Preparation tips to crack the UPPSC exam
Since these exams are the state exams one should be well aware of the history and geography of the particular state.
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 there 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. This adds to your credit.
Since the exam is conducted by UPSC the pattern remains the same, i.e. prelims first, then the mains and then the interview. But the small states go for the mains directly.
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.
It is advisable for the students to appear for both the PCS and UPSC exams simultaneously because the syllabus is almost same with a slight difference.