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    How important is fitness for IAS aspirants? What type of books should I read for IAS exam? I am a B.Sc Horticulture student

    wil IAS candidates look for d physical fitnes? An wat type of books should i read 2 prepared for IAS exaw? Am a student of b sc horticulture.

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    Re: How important is fitness for IAS aspirants? What type of books should I read for IAS exam? I am a B.Sc Horticulture student

    Dear if you want to know about the physical and medical fitness for a candidate who is going to become IAS Officer then remember that IAS is the highest rank in all over India and if this is the highest rank then remember one thing that all the necessities will be completed and analyzed by the board before appointing any candidate for this rank because a candidate is going to get massive responsibilities in future so they prepare a candidate who is completely able for that duty because if an IAS Officer will be disabled or unable to work more due to some inappropriate physical and other medical standards then what is the use of selection process of any post in India that is why there is a separate selection process according to that if you pass all the required stages - Preliminary Examination - Main Examination - Personality Test then the next stage is the Physical and Medical standard tests in that you have to provide a certificate of your physical and medical standards to the authority because that certificate will be verified in a process then you will be declared fit and active for that duty otherwise will be given another rank under this recruitment so remember that physical and medical standards are really necessary for candidates who want to become IAS Officer so they should be fit and active all the time and according to the medical and fitness authorities

    Dear you are a student of B.Sc Horticulture so I hope you are really dedicated towards the preparation and whatever may be in the main examination optional papers that depends on the candidate but all other papers - 2 objective type papers are common in prelims for all aspirants and other 5 papers are necessary and common for all candidates in main exam who qualify prelims so you should prepare for that first then think about further process and I have listed some good books for that you that will be highly useful for you

    Indian History - Modern India by Bipin Chandra
    Ancienty History and Indian Culture by Romila Thapar
    Modern History of India by - Gopal Krishna

    NCERT Books - Physical Geography of India of Class X to XII Standard
    School Atlas
    Charles Farrow - General Principles of World Geography
    Khullar - Indian Geography

    Mishra and Puri for Indian Economy
    Dutt and Sundaram - Economy of India
    Evolution of Indian Economy by - NCERT +1 Level Books
    Economic Survey of India and Budget Data

    DD Basu - Indian Constitution
    Kashyap - Polity and Constitution of India
    NL Madan - Bhartiya Rajya Vyavastha

    NCERT Science Books of +1 and +2 Level for General Science
    Popular Science Series by CSIR
    Science and Technology by Spectrum

    Competition Wizard
    Civil Service Times
    World Focus
    India Year Book - Latest - 2013

    TATA Mc Graw Hill - CSAT Guide for ICS Prelims Exam
    JK Chopra's - Complete Book for CSAT aptitude of IAS Prelims exam
    Arun Sharma and Minakshi Upadhyay for CSAT Prelims
    Sachchidananda Guides by UPSC Portal

    Dear I have attached complete notification of this exam according to that you can get complete syllabus and prepare for exam according to mentioned part of the syllabus and pass this exam but pure dedication will be helpful in preparation so give more time and get prepared for exam

    All the best

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