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Dear Snehlata,Start your preparation in General Studies (Pre-cum-Mains togtheer) for now. The basic guideline at the start of the preparations for both Preliminary and Main Examination is to read NCERT books on related subjects. There is no substitute for them. One should refrain in the beginning from reading guidebooks, as they load you with information, but with very little concept.NCERT Books: Social Studies• Civics: 6th – 10th standard• Political Science: 11th and 12th standard• Geography: 6th – 12th standard• Sociology: 11th and 12th standard• History: 6th – 12th standard• Economics: 9th – 12th standard (latest edition)NCERT Books: General Science• Physics, Chemistry, Biology: 9th and 10th StandardsFor Current Affairs and General Knowledge (make a habit of reading newspapers and magazines regularly and analytically. The events of National and International which effect human lives at large are important from General Studies point of view)• The Hindu, Times of India, Frontline, The Economist, Pratiyogita DarpanFor History (for now), follow the instructions, syllabus and resources discussed in your college.Regards,Rau’s IAS
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