Book list for BPSC Prelims

First go through the previous years question papers. This will give you a rough idea of the nature of questions and dificulty level. After going through the questions you will know the areas from where questions are asked frequently. You will get to know that the questions are of factual in nature. Now a days they are more focused on current affairs in prelims such as govt. schemes, awards, important dates, Bihar related issues.

Some important books for prelims

1.Ancient History part from Lucent,

2. Modern History from Spectrum

3. Indian Polity by Laxmikanth

4. Physical Geography (NCERT 6-10)

5. Indian Geography (NCERT 11-12) or D R Khullar or Majid Hussain

6. Economics Notes uploaded in .Pdf Book Section or SRI IAS Notes

7. Bihar GK (download from Book Section)

8. Current affairs (last 10 months), प्रतियोगिता दर्पण

9. Science: NCERT 6-10th

10. Mock Test series (must)

11. SSC level Aptitude ( percentage, time and work, profit & loss, boat & stream, etc.)
Download BPSC Syllabus

Trust me guys you don’t need any coaching, don’t waste your valuable time and money. You can crack this in your first attempt itself. You should make a good strategy and time management formula for study. The goal is in front of you, all you need to do is study with dedication.

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  1. sir please prelims के समय test series करवायेगा, इससे बहुत फायदा होगा हम जैसे लोगो को जो पहली बार देंगे।


  2. बहुत बढ़िया strategy है। मैंने 56-59वी और 60-62वी दोनों दिया हूँ। 56-59वी mains भी अच्छा गया है, interview के लिए कुछ बताएं।


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