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IAS Prelims 2014: GS Paper I: India National Movement: Previous Year Questions

Jun 11, 2014 12:48 IST

    Indian National Movement is one of the favourite area of UPSC to ask questions from. Each year there are good numbers of questions from this section of Syllabus. UPSC has notified the Civil Services 2014 Examination on 30 May 2014 without any changes in the Syllabus. IAS Prelims 2014 will be conducted on 24 August 2014.

    • The previous year questions are important for the candidates because they guide the candidates about the approach they should take to study the section of the syllabus.
    • The Previous year questions are also important because they tell the candidates about the focus area to study the India National Movement such as the Government of India Act, 1919, Government of India Act, 1935, Mahatma Gandhi and the associated events and the likes.
    • The Previous year questions also helps the candidates to clear their doubts related to a particular event.
    • The advantage of solving the previous year questions is many such as the candidates become habitual about the close options related to a particular event

    Jagranjosh has come up with the section wise previous year questions which can help the candidates immensely in their preparation of the IAS Prelims Exam. The candidates can also discuss their preparation related queries in the IAS/PCS group of Myjosh.

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