According to the economic survey 2017 86 percent of the cash in circulation was thereby rendered invalid due to demonetisation. Hence, we provide Economic Survey 2017 questions on demonetisation for IAS Prelims 2017.
IAS Toppers are often regarded as role models by aspiring IAS Exam candidates and it is extremely important for IAS aspirants to acquaint themselves with the books, sources and study material followed by IAS Toppers. Hence, we provide latest, most important and scoring books/sources list referred by IAS Toppers for IAS Exam.
Comprehensive knowledge of socio-political Current Affair is very crucial and necessary for UPSC IAS Exam. Here we provide the analysis on latest land acquisition judgments and recommendations.
For IAS Mains Exam, each topic has to be prepared separately from diverse study material and in doing so aspirants should be well aware of all the available and viable sources. Hence, in order to avoid confusion, here we have recommended best books for IAS Mains general studies paper 3.
Indian Geography is a vital part of the IAS Syllabus. Conceptual understanding of geography is necessay to score well in both UPSC IAS Prelims as well as in UPSC IAS Mains. Here we are providing the detailed strategy for preparing geography for UPSC Mains.
This article will provide you a list of important topics for the IAS Main Exam at one place. The candidates can follow this page for the regular updates of important topics for IAS Mains Exam.
IAS Syllabus is the guiding principle for the IAS Preparation. IAS aspirants must download and see the IAS Syllabus in detail to get better marks in IAS Results
Civil Services mains questions papers are the most important source to guide the path for IAS preparation and hence should be deeply analyzed. IAS Main Exam 2016 was very strongly linked with the Current Affairs. Here, we are providing the IAS Mains 2016 General Studies Question papers to make your understanding more lucid about the IAS Exam.
Civil Services Main Exam 2016 General Studies Paper 3 is the most interesting and challenging paper and it is very strongly related to Current Affairs. This paper’s syllabus includes Indian economy, biodiversity conservation, disaster management, science and technology, security issues and other important topics. Here, we are providing the IAS Mains 2016 General Studies Paper 3.
India Economy is one of the toughest subjects in comparison to other mainstream subjects of UPSC IAS Syllabus. Particularly, Indian Economy is technical than other subjects. IAS Main Indian Economy Syllabus is explained here with the suggestions for its preparation
Ever since the surprising UPSC IAS Prelims Paper of 2016 ended, aspirants are anticipating of an equivalent unpredicted mains exam too. Here we provide an effective strategy for improving Answer Writing Skills for UPSC MAINS Exam.
Ecological Footprint and the Carrying Capacity became the buzzwords in the International Politics since 1992. The International Politics is moving towards the consensus to achieve the Environmental goals spelt out in the UNFCC in 1992. Let us analyse, how the Environmental Concerns is shaping the world Politics.
Civil Services Main Exam Questions Papers are the most important source to guide the path of the preparation for the candidates.
Energy security is the prerequisite for any nation to become a super power. In India we don’t have the Energy security but in near future we will be having energy surplus nation. See here the real analysis for the Energy Security Initiative taken by GOI
It is very important to understand the standard terms through which the questions generally asked in IAS Mains Exam. During IAS Preparation, the IAS aspirants must have clear understanding of such terms so that they can write their answer in the manner in which the examinee has asked the questions.
The major challenges for Indian Economy are to make its growth more inclusive. The GDP of Indian Economy must have contribution from each section of the population. The Social Progress Index is one of such measures which facilitate quality of life of individual of an economy, quite important in terms of IAS Preparation.
IAS Topper Siddharth Jain gave a complete insight on the IAS Preparation. IAS Main Exam, being the most important of all the stages of Civil Services, IAS Topper Siddharth Jain gave Study Tips for its preparation.
UPSC Civil Services (IAS) is a yearly Affair and it requires a deep understanding of the Current Affairs Topics. Current Affairs plays a very important role in the IAS Preparation and is very much synchronised with other subject sections of IAS Syllabus. Here we are providing a deep analysis of the new Aviation Policy.
Current Affairs plays a vital role in the overall IAS Preparation. But it is the current analysis which is more crucial than just having the facts in hands. New National Capital Goods Policy will help in the growth of Manufacturing and Employment Sector. Here is its Analysis
Agriculture is the main stay of the Indian Economy and their are various Government Schemes which are trying to minimise the burden of the Indian Farmers. Agriculture is also a very important topic for the IAS Exam. This article is all about the Agriculture Marketing in India and the APMC ACT.
Indian Economy is very much depends on the interaction of Monsoon and Drought. Each year Monsoon and its predictions are done and strategies are suggested to mitigate the drought in India. Here are the comprehensive approach to understand the drought in India
UPSC always ask about the recent developments done by the ISRO in the Civil Services(Pre) Exam. IRNSS is a very important project of ISRO and will also be important for the IAS Prelims Exam Question Paper. IAS Prelims Syllabus has the component of General Science. The developments made in the Science and technology fields are covered under the General Science and Current Affairs.
Solid Waste Management is one of the critical parts of the sustainable development which is a core issue of Environmental Concern world over. Civil Services (IAS) Exam always asks questions from these core areas. The number of questions is increasing from these areas in the IAS Prelims Exam as the Environmental Concern is also increasing at the societal level. As we can see in the IAS Prelims Previous Year Question Papers, the questions from this section are increasing.
The Current Affairs Analysis e-book covers the topic in its entirety and also links the topics with the past and future. One important feature of this e-book is the practice question given with each topic so that the candidates can understand and relate the topic with different Socio Economic aspects of Indian Society.
UPSC Civil Services(IAS) Exam always concentrate its International Relations Questions on the Indian relations with its neighbours. The questions in the IAS Main Exam are Current Affairs Oriented and they are the blend of current affairs and basic issues.Lets visit the India -Nepal Current Issue
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the cut off mark list for Civil Services Examination (IAS) 2015 at the official site of UPSC at http://www.upsc.gov.in/.
UPSC Civil Services (IAS) declared result on 10 May 2016. TINA Dabi made it to the top of the UPSC CSE 2015 list, Athar Amir stood second in UPSC Merit List 2015 while jasmeet singh got third rank in the All India Civil Service Exam Result 2015.
UPSC will issue the Civil Services and Indian Forest Services combined Notification on the 23 April 2016. Most of the candidates endlessly discuss about the Eligibility criteria, number of attempts, State Cadre preferences, Medium of Examination, Number of Posts in a particular Service and the like things.
IAS Exam always ask the question on the issue of National and International Importance. Nuclear Security Summit was one such issue which will change and affect the interaction of Nuclear for Peaceful purpose among the countries.
Water security becomes equally vital for a nation as the energy security or food security is. water security for India means effective responses to changing water conditions in terms of quality, quantity and uneven distribution. The scarcity of water may arise inter-state and intra-state tensions in India, as have been observed in southern India in post-independence times.