03.02.16 | JagranJosh.com Alert – Civil Services Exam (सिविल सर्विस परीक्षा)

For the Civil Service aspirants, it is very crucial to go through the Practice questions during their preparation of IAS Prelims Exam. Here, Jagranjosh.com has tried their best to compile questions for the IAS Prelims Exam from Goh Cheng Leong’s Physical Geography, one of the most preferred readings for the subject Geography.

Created On: Feb 2, 2016 16:29 IST
Modified On: Feb 3, 2016 10:01 IST

Goh Cheng Leong is one of the finest and important books for the IAS Exam preparation. It can be said that all the IAS Toppers and Teachers always recommend this book for the Indian and the World Geography. Geography acts as a pivot in the IAS Exam Preparation because the clear knowledge of Indian and World Geography plays as an interdisciplinary trump card. The candidates can relate with the geography of a specific area and can ascertain the agricultural conditions, Soil types, weather conditions and other important attributes.

Jagranjosh’s attempt to compile the practice questions from the Physical Geography of  Goh Cheng Leong for General Studies Paper I is completely based on the UPSC syllabus for IAS Prelims Exam. A student can analyse the approaches lies in questions to be asked in the Civil Services Mains Exam and they have to be prepared in the same line. By attempting such practice questions for IAS Prelims Exam, the students could enhance their level of confidence and approaches for the same.

The candidates can read and understand various geographical phenomenon through specially framed questions.  We have prepared these questions in the chapter-wise format.

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