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IAS Mains GS I - Geographical Phenomenons


    UPSC IAS FAQs 2020-21: Check Answers of Frequently Asked Questions-Exam Date, Admit Card, Syllabus, Salary

    Dec 28, 2020
    UPSC IAS 2020-21 FAQs: Get here Answers of Frequently Asked Questions for UPSC Civil Services IAS exam. Know details of IAS 2021 Vacancies, Exam Date, Admit Card, Exam Pattern & Syllabus, Cut Off, Exam Centre, Result Date, and Notifications.

    UPSC IAS Mains 2020: GS I Book List & Important Resources for Preparation

    Nov 11, 2020
    UPSC: UPSC IAS Mains Syllabus is open-ended and requires deep analysis and an understanding of the underlying trends and ideas. In order to help you grasp the Mains GS I syllabus, we have provided a useful book-list and important resources to study GS Paper I. 

    Current Affairs Analysis : Geospatial Information Regulation Bill

    Aug 29, 2016
    Current Affairs is the key for the IAS Preparation and it is well established after the IAS Prelims Exam. But as we said earlier also, Its the Current Affairs background and Analysis which help in the IAS Main Exam and it is the imperative for the IAS Prepration. In recent years, the nature of questions asked in UPSC IAS Mains as well as Prelims Exam has changed significantly. Please read this important current affairs analysis of the Geospatial Information Regulation Bill

    IAS Exam:Climate Change and Food Security

    Apr 5, 2016
    Food Security is an important aspect of Right to Life. Our Constitution gaurantees the right to life and in the light of the changing climatic condidtions, this right is affected very much. It is an important Topic for the UPSC IAS Main Exam. Lets deal with it in detail

    Major Threats to Himalayan Biodiversity - UPSC IAS Main GS Paper I

    Oct 16, 2015
    Himalaya is standing as our northern Defence Wall since time immemorial. We don't have the great Indian wall with us as China have but we have the Great Himalayas working in almost same manner. But due to various anthropogenic phenomenons, there is an increasing threat to the Biodiversity oh Himalayas

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