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Animal Tissue,Organs,Human organ systems

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  Geography   Major and Minor Minerals According to section 3(e) of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 “Minor Minerals” means building stones, gravel, ordinary clay, ordinary sand other than sand used for prescribed purposes,...

               Strategy to Crack IAS Exam 

1. One should start by checking the syllabus and the last five years question papers in a comprehensive manner. 

2. Newspaper reading is very important.
    – The reading should be complemented by Atlas, by seeing relevant political and physical locations of places in the news.
   – One should also see the meaning of economic terms on the internet.
   – International and Government institutions, statutes and other bodies, their headquarters, ministries etc should also be seen on the internet.The depth up to which Newspaper should be read could be gauged by seeing the last five years question papers. 
3. Basic NCERT Texts from Class 9th to class 12th of subjects History, Geography, Polity, Economy, Society, and others. These days the questions are coming directly from NCERT, so it’s relevance is increasing. 
4. Apart from this, some books like Laxmikant, G.C.Leong, and Spectrum should also be thoroughly completed. 
5. For other topics like security, disaster management, etc. one should refer to coaching magazines.
6. Repeated revision of the material is very crucial for mains, then only the relevant points would be recalled during the mains exam. For prelims, the key is solving good amount of test paper to find one’s optimum level of the question’s to be attempted, so that score could be maximized. 
7. These are material sources that would add to Knowledge base, but one needs skill set to crack the exam. 
8. For the skill set, I would suggest the prelims test series of any good coaching institute and revising the solved paper at least twice. 
9. For mains daily answer writing is the key. Completing the paper within the stipulated time period is the most difficult task. One could compromise on quality but quantity ie completing the paper is paramount. 
10. Most important ingredient that is required is the right guidance, dedicated study and perseverance to face the struggle and to keep improving. 

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Q- What is the Eligibility for UPSC Civil Services (IAS) Exam?

The candidate must hold a degree of any of Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University Under Section-3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification.
Category          Age Limit           No. of Attempts
General              21to32                     06
OBC                   21 to 35                   06+03=09
SC/ST                21 to 37            Any no. till 37 years of Age

Q- How much time is required for the preparation ? or when is the right time to start prepare for the exam?

Considering the vastness of the syllabus , and number of revision required for the exam, early preparation is always advisable.Most of the candidates start preparing for the exam during the graduation itself so that as they attain the eligibility they can appear in the exam.
Final year students can also apply for the exam.

Q- Can I choose an optional subject (in Mains), which I have not studied at Graduate/PG level?

Yes, you can choose any optional subject from amongst the UPSC’s list of optional subjects for Civil Services Main Exam.

Q-What is the structure and syllabus of exam?

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