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Plz guide me a systemetic strategy to prepare for IAS

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Go through previous years paper wisely.
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NCERT 6-12th m laxmikanth nitin singhania previous year que atlas and current affairs or vision ais /shankar ais. For environment pib and complete GS 1 before prelims
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I have given the UPSC. The best way is to start reading The Hindu daily and try finishing NCERTs from class 8 to 12.Along with that, you can also read relevant chapters from The India Year Book by GoI, MoI&B. This would be a good start. Consistency is important.
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For systematic strategy look at the Syllabus of UPSC CSE exams notification and read and mugup the syllabus along with it! Start reading a good quality Newspaper The Hindu or Indian Express is recommended! Apart from that buy or download previous years questions from UPSC.Gov website and try to understand...
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For systematic strategy look at the Syllabus of UPSC CSE exams notification and read and mugup the syllabus along with it! Start reading a good quality Newspaper

The Hindu or Indian Express is recommended! 

Apart from that buy or download previous years questions from UPSC.Gov website and try to understand what type of questions they are asking! 

Now you are ready to start your Preparation in systematic way!

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1) First, understand and grasp the syllabus of upsc and do some groundwork regarding optional, see previous years papers of preliminary and mains exam. 2) From the starting day of your preparation, start reading HINDU newspaper. 3) Read all NCERT books which are required for UPSC. These are three necessary...
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1) First, understand and grasp the syllabus of upsc and do some groundwork regarding optional, see previous years papers of preliminary and mains exam.

2) From the starting day of your preparation, start reading HINDU newspaper.

3) Read all NCERT books which are required for UPSC.

These are three necessary steps required for an IAS aspirant.

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Upsc professor fromDelhi(10yrs),helped multiple students clear the exam in Delhi and Mumbai.

It is necessary that you take a mentorship from an experienced faculty and clearance of the examination.
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PHYSICS for JEE/NEET,CBSE,NCERT,GUJARATI boards.Complete H C Verma Volume 1&2 with unsolved problems

Just do the last years papers for atleast 50 times completely in notebook.
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1. Look for previous papers and select optional based on your own interest. 2. Daily read newspaper either Hindu or Indian Express 3. Gather more and more information from available resources as every single drop is needed to make large ocean. 4. First work hard. 5. If you attend interview then...
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1. Look for previous papers and select optional based on your own interest. 

2. Daily read newspaper either Hindu or Indian Express

3. Gather more and more information from available resources as every single drop is needed to make large ocean.

4. First work hard. 

5. If you attend interview then pray to God for little luck. 

All the best & have bright future Ahead

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UPSC has issued the notification for CSE 2020 exam on 12th Feb. Please go to www.upsc.gov.in and read the details carefully. First, understand the mode of review and the syllabus. There are three stages: Preliminary, Mains & Interview. It takes almost one year for the completion of the entire process....
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UPSC has issued the notification for CSE 2020 exam on 12th Feb. Please go to www.upsc.gov.in and read the details carefully. First, understand the mode of review and the syllabus. There are three stages: Preliminary, Mains & Interview. It takes almost one year for the completion of the entire process. So a disciplined, self-driven and focussed approach is needed. Start your preparations one year ahead of the prelims so that you get ample time for covering the entire topics and revise them every week. First, start by reading a national daily newspaper. Hindu or Indian Express will do. Read all NCERTS from class 6 to 12. Prepare self-study notes. Then move on to standard textbooks. After completing each topic, solve some previous year questions to self evaluate. Made corrections in study plan if required.
Chief aspirants have cleared the exams by self-preparation. If you are a self-driven person, prepare a study timetable and religiously follow it. Otherwise, join a coaching institute where you can get good resources and proper directions throughout your preparation period.

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Please ! fix the daily target
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