Our choice should be dictated by the passion for the subject
you are taking as your optional, and the comfort level because in the long term
those are the factors that help you keep going during times of adversity. If you
intended to restrict yourself to coaching notes only, no syllabus is truly vast,
As we have seen that the UPSC changed the pattern and
syllabus of the preliminary and mains examinations, respectively. The current
trend more suits the applicative concepts and analytical understanding. In spite
of the changes in the overall UPSC Pattern, the scope of Indian Polity will be
This is the basic introduction of Economics like what are the sources of
economics, relative books, newspapers, magazines and what are the topics to be
covered and the basic general approach etc. Economics is literally the toughest
In this article we will talk about Economics optional.
Aspirant will get a detailed discussion and useful tips in order to evaluate the
study approach for this subject in civil services main examination.
Law is a
subject which is based more upon concept and analysis apart from being
interesting and applied and future more now a day it offers vast carrier
opportunities. In Judicial services, the exams are conducted in 3 stages i.e.
Medieval Indian History for Civil
Mains: General Studies - I (Paper 2)
Indian Culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms,
Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. Modern Indian history
from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present - significant
Ancient Indian History for Civil
Dealing with Ancient Indian History
Review official syllabus first and you will see the influence of various
topics in exam point of view. History of India and Indian National Movements,
Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and
Architecture from ancient to modern times.