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UPSC GS: How to Prepare


DECEMBER 28, 2013 | SUPERMAN | 340 COMMENTS
GETTING THE BASICS RIGHT FROM WHERE AND HOW TO BEGIN
The base development phase has to be strong. This phase includes studying the basic books and developing the right techniques for things such as books reading, newspaper / magazine reading, using the internet, reports reading etc. UPSC questions will not be from this level, but if we dont get this right, we
wont get the subsequent phases right. The idea is our base should be so strong that when we study the
higher things, we should be able to understand them straightaway. If our base is not strong, then we
would have to keep revisiting it and will waste a lot of time. A good base means we should not feel the
need of ever revisiting the basic books again.
Basic Books
In this phase we should cover all the basic books. These include:
Bipin Chandra for Indian freedom.
DD Basu for Indian constitution.
Class 11th and 12th old ncert textbooks: 3 in Geography (1 physical, 1 India, 1 economic), 3 in History
(Ancient and medieval for the culture, philosophy part only, and the modern one for modern history)
Class 9th and 10th Science old ncerts (specially the biology part)
We must prepare notes in our own language when we read these books and not merely underline for
reasons mentioned later.
Once we do this strongly, we will also realize we wont need to prepare much for prelims as well!
Notes Making
Underlining vs Note Making
Some people prefer underlining to note making. However, note making is preferable for at least 3 strong
reasons:
1. In UPSC Mains exams, its the stu we have internalized which helps. We may have studied something
in some context but in exam we may apply it in some other context. This kind of cross referencing is
very helpful and can make our answers very powerful. While making notes, we convert the language of
the book into our own language and this process helps a lot in internalizing stu.
2. It saves time! This may sound contrary to common sense because underlining is denitely faster than
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painstakingly writing stu in our own language. True, preparing notes takes lot longer than underlining
books. But because they are in our own language, revising them takes lot lesser time than revising underlined stu. In fact, with well prepared notes, it may be possible to revise your entire syllabus some
5-10 times and each successive revision will be faster!
3. Notes are customizable. We can frame our own questions which we think may be asked in UPSC and
prepare our notes accordingly. But we cant do the same for underlined stu.
Notes on Paper vs Notes on Computer
Try to make notes on computer if your typing speed is even half decent.
Making notes on computer has one very very big advantage over making notes on paper. It is editable
and can be forma ed easily. We can delete, format, append, insert, do anything with notes on computer and
yet make it one clean nice story. For instance, many stories in current aairs develop over weeks and
months. eg. the question on Maldives. No newspaper story will have a complete picture of it. But the
question will only ask the complete story. So in our notes, we will have to edit bit by bit over time so that
by the exam time we have the entire story in one place. The choice is yours read n number of newspaper cu ings or physical paper notes, each containing partial information or read one coherent, complete
story in one place only on computer. This will help us in quick revisions as well.
Online note making will also help us in revising our entire syllabus 5-10 times, so that all the stu is so
well placed in our mind that when we are solving 25 questions in 3 hours in the exam, we dont take a
long time to recollect and arrange stu.
We should also get into the habit of making notes for anything and everything we read. This may include the basic books, the advanced books, newspapers, magazines, reports etc.
These notes must be organized issue-wise (eg. say Coal energy) irrespective of the sources we may read
from. Thus whether we read from a book, newspaper, internet or wherever, all our notes on coal energy
should be in one place only. To give an example of what I am talking, uploading here my note on Energy. Click here (h ps://www.evernote.com/pub/crazyphoton/dummy) to see the note on energy. This
will provide a picture of how to organize the notes (forgive me for some instances of lack of forma ing
in the note as they were added when I had grown lazy).
Newspaper and Magazine Reading
News vs Issues
People in the beginning tend to focus on news and make notes accordingly. UPSC never asks news it
asks issues. For example, MDR-TB is an issue, we need to focus on that and not any individual news
item. While reading any news on MDR-TB, we need to connect it to the key points of the issue. An issue
specic reading thus tries to:
1. identify key points with the issue in hand. For eg. in MDR-TB, the key challenges are the challenges it
poses to the public health, why is it dierent from normal B, why is it more dicult to handle, what are
the institutional factors which are leading to its spread, what needs to be done to tackle it, what steps is
the government taking.
2. Then when we read any news, we need to connect it to the key points so identied and not bother
about facts and gures. For eg. a news item on MDR-TB may talk about some places, some drugs, some
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persons we need to only worry about our key points and skip all the rest.
Other aspects of newspaper/magazine reading
1. Politics, sports, masala news etc. can be skipped straightaway.
2. Keep an eye on any commi ee, any law, any rules, any policy, any supreme court orders etc. These are
our bread and bu er in upsc preparation.
3. Hindu has become very very important since last 2 years. Read one more newspaper at least. Since
Hindu is left leaning, so may suggest a pro-reform newspaper say Indian Express.
4. UPSC is a left leaning exam. So one may read EPW magazine, but beware of the excessively left leaning ra ling. Similarly yojana is a helpful magazine as well.
5. We should never go in too many details or detailed news/articles can be straightaway skipped. GS is a
generalist exam and reading has to be kept generalist too. For eg. no need to spend hours in reading and
understanding about what Higgs Boson is. Even if we get a common mans understanding on Higgs Boson, its good enough. No need to do a PhD on an issue no use in writing things the examiner doesnt
know about.
Our goal should be to nish one newspaper in max half an hour.
Using Internet And RSS Reader
Using the internet is of vital importance for proper UPSC preparation. The reason is simple:
Very often the newspaper/magazine/book/report we are reading will only contain partial information
on the issue (say just the commi ee or bill name and only 1-2 points). But for our exam we need full information. Only place today to nd complete information is internet.
Even reading 2 newspapers will never be sucient. We should scan everything so that there are no
surprises in the exam. This can be done only on internet.
How to use the internet
1. As mentioned earlier, the moment we nd something useful and yet incomplete in the newspapers/books, we should look up for it on internet.
2. Since newspapers and magazines cant cover everything, we should use a RSS reader (say feedly on
Google Chrome) and subscribe to the editorials / sections of all major newspapers. It is free and easy.
Any new item will show up with title and one line on your feedly. We can decide to either read it or skip
it. We will nd that we would normally skip ~95% of the items. But remaining 5% are needed.
3. For certain topics like WTO & India, one may create Google alerts. This way one will get an email everytime something is published on the net containing keywords such as WTO and India. Other meaningful alerts may be created.
Report Reading
During our preparation we will need to read multiple commi ee reports.

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Sometimes newspapers talk about certain reports and publish a few of their recommendations. There is
always a temptation to just make our notes based on that newspaper article. But this is not the right approach because the newspaper article has not been wri en for the upsc exam and the reporter may not
have covered all points relevant to us in our preparation for the exam. So the correct approach is to always look up for the original report on the internet and read it.
How to read bulky reports
But many reports are bulky. If we read them in detail, it would take an inordinate amount of time.
A common temptation is to read merely the recommendations part. But again this is faulty because the
recommendations dont contain the context, discussion which is as important for our exam purpose as
the recommendation itself. We need the context and discussion because only rarely does UPSC ask enumerate the recommendations Mostly it asks discuss the recommendations.
So we must read the entire report. But to save on time, we need not read each part in same detail and
concentration. We should put in only that much eort to read the bulky text of the report so as to get an
overall gist / idea of what is being talked about in that part. This will quicken up our reading substantially.
We can then highlight the relevant important parts of the report text in our rst reading. (If Adobe
doesnt allow you to highlight a pdf, download Nitroreader) Then in the 2nd reading, we can read only
the highlighted parts and add it to our notes in our own words. The second reading and note making
part would be substantially faster.
We must also search on the internet for any discussions on the report (because UPSC asks discuss
kind of questions).
BEYOND THE BASICS
We reach this stage when we have read all our basic books, made notes from them and have perfected
our newspaper reading and internet using skills. Now we address our syllabus directly.
Coaching Material
There are handwri en classnotes of various coaching institutes available in the photocopy shops of rajinder nagar and mukherjee nagar. Notes from vajiram, insight, sriram (printed material) are good for various parts of GS. We should read them and in fact for Vajiram and Sriram, I found them to be be er than
the actual classes.
ARC and Puncchi Commission Reports
For many topics in 2nd and 3rd paper, 2nd Administrative Reforms Commissions reports are very good
(h p://arc.gov.in (h p://arc.gov.in)) along with the Puncchi Commission reports (h p://interstatecouncil.nic.in/ccsr_report.html (h p://interstatecouncil.nic.in/ccsr_report.html)). Each volume should be read
and notes prepared from them as mentioned earlier. In 2013 mains, at least 5-6 questions were asked directly from ARC and Puncchi Commission reports.
Bills, Rules, Drafts and Government Actions
Every bill, policy, commi ee, rules, drafts, governmental action etc. has to be tracked.

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PRS (h p://prsindia.org (h p://prsindia.org)) is a good source for bills.


Others have to be tracked on internet. PIB website (h p://pib.nic.in (h p://pib.nic.in)) is a very good
source for all governmental actions and may be subscribed to in the RSS reader.
Specic Readings For Various Parts of Syllabus
PAPER-II General Studies- I
Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society.
Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern
times.
I had history optional, so ancient and medieval culture were easy. Modern was very dicult and I found
material by Insight, Nitin Singhania and 2 pdfs titled Compilation of Indian culture andCompendium
on Indian Culture very useful. Click here (h ps://thesupermanreturns.les.wordpress.com/2013/12/compilation-of-art-and-culture.pdf) and here (h ps://thesupermanreturns.les.wordpress.com/2013/12
/sgs-39-compendium-on-indian-culture.pdf) to download the pdfs. I tried to memorize all folk
songs/dances/drama etc. state-wise i.e. state rst and then the dance.
Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- signicant events,
personalities, issues
The Freedom Struggle its various stages and important contributors /contributions from dierent parts of the
country.
Shekhar Bandopadhyays From Plassey to Partition is by far the best book. Also read Bipin Chandras
book to get a dierent perspective. Read both because writing a balanced perspective is very imp.
Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country.
There is a book by Bipin Chandra India since Independence. Very thick book, but we need to read only
3-4 chapters.
History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawal
of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism,
socialism etc.- their forms and eect on the society.
Read Insight world history optional class notes rst. for colonization, there was one chapter in old class 9
or 10 history ncert book.
Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India.
Role of women and womens organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues,
urbanization, their problems and their remedies.
Eects of globalization on Indian society
Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism.
All above is very general. answer writing style ma ers. everybody knows everything.

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Salient features of worlds physical geography.


Distribution of key natural resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent);
factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the
world (including India)
Important Geophysical phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc., geographical
features and their location- changes in critical geographical features (including waterbodies and ice-caps) and in
ora and fauna and the eects of such changes.
NCERT class 11 n 12 books + insight academy + vajiram notes + follow main themes like recent IPCC report, IPSO report, IMD website for cyclone mechanism. In 2013 mains, the cyclone naming question was
directly from IMD website. Click here (h ps://thesupermanreturns.les.wordpress.com/2013/12/cycloneimd.pdf) to download cyclone pdf of imd.
PAPER-III
General Studies- II: Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations.
Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, signicant provisions and
basic structure.
Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal
structure, devolution of powers and nances up to local levels and challenges therein.
Separation of powers between various organs dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions.
Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other countries
Parliament and State Legislatures structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues
arising out of these.
Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary Ministries and Departments of the
Government; pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in the Polity.
Salient features of the Representation of Peoples Act.
Appointment to various Constitutional posts, powers, functions and responsibilities of various Constitutional
Bodies.
Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial bodies
Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design
and implementation.
Development processes and the development industry- the role of NGOs, SHGs, various groups and
associations, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders.
For all the polity, read DD Basu or Laximakanth thoroughly. Read 2nd ARC relevant reports and Puncchi Commission Reports. These reports directly cover most of the topics.
Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these
schemes; mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and be erment of these
vulnerable sections.
Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human
Resources.
Issues relating to poverty and hunger.
Vajiram came out with an online pdf on various schemes (Click here (h ps://thesupermanreturns.les.wordpress.com/2013/12/vajiram-developmental_policies__issues.pdf) to download), its
printed copy would be available on photocopy shops in Rajinder Nagar. Handwri en classnotes by the
same institutions were also helpful. Newspapers, pib etc. will come in handy here. CAG reports have
very good analysis on various schemes as well which can be found on internet.

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Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability, e-governance- applications, models,


successes, limitations, and potential; citizens charters, transparency & accountability and institutional and
other measures.
Role of civil services in a democracy.
These topics are well covered in 2nd ARC reports.
India and its neighborhood- relations.
Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or aecting Indias interests
Eect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on Indias interests, Indian diaspora.
Important International institutions, agencies and fora- their structure, mandate.
IR has to be newspapers n internet based.
PAPER-IV
General Studies-III: Technology, Economic Development, Bio diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster
Management.
Economy section has to come from budget, economic survey, 12th 5 yr plan, newsppr n intnt. Coaching hand
wri en material may also help in some topics.
Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and
employment.
Inclusive growth and issues arising from it.
Government Budgeting.
govt budgeting has to come from 2nd ARC report.
Major crops cropping pa erns in various parts of the country, dierent types of irrigation and irrigation
systems storage, transport and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraints;
e-technology in the aid of farmers
agriculture there was State of Indian Agriculture report tabled in parliament in March 2012.
Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Public Distribution Systemobjectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buer stocks and food security; Technology missions;
economics of animal-rearing.
Food processing and related industries in India- scope and signicance, location, upstream and downstream
requirements, supply chain management.
Land reforms in India.
Eects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their eects on industrial growth.
Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc.
Investment models.
All the above issues are well covered in newspapers, internet and editorials etc. Just keep an eye for anything relevant. + I had economics optional, so never really prepared above specically for GS.
Science and Technology- developments and their applications and eects in everyday life
Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization of technology and developing new technology.
Awareness in the elds of IT, Space, Computers, robotics, nano-technology, bio-technology and issues relating
to intellectual property rights.
Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment
S&T: Mostly adhoc preparation. coaching classes material is relied upon in the nal month to boost condence but it doesnt really help in the exam.

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Disaster and disaster management.


Disaster: 2nd ARC report and CAG report on disaster preparedness
Linkages between development and spread of extremism.
2nd ARC report: 5th schedule, PESA, FRA, 6th schedule topics are imp. here
Role of external state and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security.
Challenges to internal security through communication networks, role of media and social networking sites in
internal security challenges, basics of cyber security; money-laundering and its prevention
Security challenges and their management in border areas; linkages of organized crime with terrorism
Various Security forces and agencies and their mandate
Security: coaching material and newspapers etc.
PAPER-V
General Studies- IV: Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude
Basic material has to be 2nd ARC report #4 and also Vajiram and Insight handwri en notes. For moral
thinkers, a itude, emotional intelligence topics, refer to Sriram printed notes.

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1. shail7722 says:
NOVEMBER 11, 2014 AT 5:14 PM
really very helpful blog for aspirants. thank u very much sir
2. chetan.deepak.gaware says:
NOVEMBER 15, 2014 AT 11:57 PM
sir my name chetan gaware thank you for this valuable guidance
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NOVEMBER 17, 2014 AT 3:56 PM
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4. G.D.Rao says:
NOVEMBER 24, 2014 AT 1:18 PM
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5. Sai Arjun S says:


NOVEMBER 24, 2014 AT 4:48 PM
Sir, its very helpful but can u please post the transcript of your writing style, your methods of approach.
6. ASPIRANT says:
DECEMBER 4, 2014 AT 1:24 PM
Sir,which book should be used for economics gs ,I m using ramesh singh,bt,For mains,will it be useful? also I dont have any delhi notes, if possible can u give me for economic. Thanks
7. janesh says:
DECEMBER 9, 2014 AT 2:06 PM
How can I download notes from evernote
8. anand sharma says:
DECEMBER 14, 2014 AT 3:50 AM
my honoble and my pioner sir just tell about book for GS and also that does important kurkshetra for
essay. plz.give responce sir
9. anand sharma says:
DECEMBER 14, 2014 AT 4:02 AM
how should prepare for environment section .tell me my dear sir
10. vvkemperor44 says:
DECEMBER 22, 2014 AT 1:28 PM
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11. shibala shiva says:
DECEMBER 27, 2014 AT 12:49 PM
Nice
12. powerupindia says:
DECEMBER 29, 2014 AT 8:52 AM
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13. Rishabh says:
DECEMBER 31, 2014 AT 10:47 AM
Sir, Is it every time important to write answer in points only.. And how many points we have to
choose?
14. Ask deo says:
JANUARY 17, 2015 AT 10:20 PM
Nice blogs
15. Aayushi Gupta says:
JANUARY 21, 2015 AT 3:36 PM
Great and a very useful blog for me. I like reading this blog. Thanks a lot for sharing.
16. yogesh says:
FEBRUARY 2, 2015 AT 5:54 PM
realy very helpful blog for aspirants
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17. varsha rajput says:


FEBRUARY 17, 2015 AT 9:09 PM
good material ever ^^thankuuu so much sir :)
could i know whether it is forever or may b changed according to exam pa ern ?
18. ASHISH GOSWAMI says:
FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 5:12 PM
good think this is a great help but i would like to ask a quetion how much to take full preparetion on
it?
19. dipanshu says:
FEBRUARY 21, 2015 AT 1:19 AM
sir
can I download
vajiram and sriram notes.
if yes
than from where ??
20. Akash A Akash says:
MARCH 12, 2015 AT 2:53 PM
very useful to IAS aspirants
21. rajesh kumar vishwakarma says:
MARCH 20, 2015 AT 7:38 PM
sir your blog is very helpful it decrease my negativity and inspire to preparation of civil service thank
you sir
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MARCH 27, 2015 AT 6:41 PM
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23. Ankit singh says:
MARCH 27, 2015 AT 6:42 PM
I inspire
24. amit says:
APRIL 5, 2015 AT 12:57 PM
thank you sir, for this guidance
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APRIL 5, 2015 AT 9:59 PM
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plz tell me
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APRIL 16, 2015 AT 9:37 PM
Reblogged this on Journey To My Dream :) and commented:
Reblogging it again for myself and other aspirants ATB!!
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MAY 2, 2015 AT 9:14 AM


i inspired for love the subjt no for rank..thank sir for ur guaidance..if love subject the task vil be
easy to reach
28. smartleaderias says:
MAY 19, 2015 AT 12:13 PM
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29. Chanakya IAS Academy says:
MAY 23, 2015 AT 12:22 PM
Great informative post for preparation of upsc general studies. But students can also take coaching
for civil services from best institutes in india like Chanakya IAS Academy and others according to geographic regions.
30. Hariom Rajput says:
MAY 24, 2015 AT 1:23 PM
unbelievable,
thanks a lot, sir
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32. ADvait says:
JULY 16, 2015 AT 12:51 AM
Sir ,how study mains paper so that gs-1 in prelims syllabus cover
33. prashant kumar pandey says:
JULY 22, 2015 AT 4:01 AM
Thanks a lot sir so much helpful for me..
34. Asheesh Kumar says:
JULY 29, 2015 AT 3:00 PM
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38. Kartick Bhardwaj says:
SEPTEMBER 18, 2015 AT 12:22 AM
Its very good and encouraging blog. Now, I have some idea about the way I should prepare. thank
you so much sir
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39. krishan kumar kasana says:


SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 AT 11:41 PM
what is rss reader
40. krishan kumar kasana says:
SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 AT 11:50 PM
namaste sir i am from jaipur i did my education till 12th in hindi medium . now i am doing btech in
civil engneering from tezpur university in guwahati.. i want to preparation for i.a.s . but i am not desiding that from where i should star and howenglish is a major diculty for me pls tell me i
am very confused
41. satish says:
NOVEMBER 4, 2015 AT 9:11 PM
Hair friends can any help to say how to subscribe various newspaper editorial with RSS feeder which
gowrav sir followed
42. satish says:
NOVEMBER 4, 2015 AT 9:13 PM
Hair friends can any onehelp me to say how to subscribe various newspaper editorial with RSS
feeder which gowrav sir followed
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45. op321 says:
NOVEMBER 19, 2015 AT 6:52 PM
I want to know if I read only books or read coaching materials for upsc prelim and main preparetion

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