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Ten Essentials for UPSC

Preparing for UPSC civil service examination is an exhaustive endeavor. A proper preparation strategy and a good resource set will make it easy for you to prepare for the exam. Of all the many number of books and materials that are available out in the market, there are some essential books which every aspirant must study. They aid in gaining basic knowledge of various subjects mentioned in the syllabus of civil services exam. Revising these books thoroughly is a must for an IAS aspirant. These books are in addition to the most important NCERT text books.

Here are the Ten Books that You Should Have in Your Bookshelves:
  1. India's Struggle for Independence - Bipin Chandra
  2. Indian Polity for Civil Services Examinations - Laxmikanth
  3. Certificate Physical and Human Geography - Goh Cheng Leong
  4. Indian Economy: Uma Kapila
  5. Geography of India- Majid Hussain
  6. Environment - ICSE Board XI AND XII
  7. Art and Culture - NIOS
  8. Economic Survey of India
  9. India Year Book
  10. Magazine Publication- Yojana, Kurukshetra, EPW and CSC.
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