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UPSC aspirants can now avail book in Hindi language on internal security

Dec 2, 2014 10:52 IST

    New Delhi: Now language will not be a barrier for UPSC aspirants, as Hindi version of the book 'Challenges to Internal Security of India: For Civil Services Main Examination' was launched by BSF chief D K Pathak on Monday.

    The lead author of the book is 1989-batch Uttarakhand cadre IPS officer Ashok Kumar, who has earlier published collections on various subjects of Indian policing. The second author Vipul recently joined the Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Police Service (DANIPS).

    The book, deals in active duties, attempts to provide a conceptual framework and analysis of the issues in a simple fashion.

    The book is aimed to de-jargonise edgy terms and help the young aspirants to make the correct usage of them.

    Security and disaster management is an important topic in the General Studies paper-II of Civil services Main Exam. The book, which has gone into its third print, has been published by McGraw-Hill publications.

    Important points:

    1. ‘Challenges to Internal Security of India: For Civil Services Main Examination’, book in Hindi language launched for UPSC aspirants.
    2. Book summarizes active duties, attempts to provide a conceptual framework and analysis of the issues in a simple fashion.
    3. Book was launched by BSF chief D K Pathak

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