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    What is the right way for UPSC preparation? Which books to follow for CSAT and Mains?

    What is the right way for UPSC preparation? Which books to follow for CSAT and Mains?
    thank you.

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    cenarocks Array
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    Re: What is the right way for UPSC preparation? Which books to follow for CSAT and Mains?

    dear friend,
    you want to know right way,
    here is right way for you (your work hard is right way for UPSC preparation)

    upsc exam stands for union public service commission.
    upsc consists three stages;-
    preliminary
    mains
    interview

    TO JOIN UPSC EXAM;-
    *you must be graduate from a recognized university
    *age limit is 21-30 years.
    *you must be Indian citizen

    BEST BOOKS FOR CSAT EXAM;-

    * TATA McGRAW HILL,S(TMH) GS Manual for Prelims


    * NCERT BOOKS


    *MANORAMA YEAR BOOK

    * THE HINDU DAILY NEWSPAPER


    for more information;-
    http://upsc.gov.in

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    kanna Array
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    Re: What is the right way for UPSC preparation? Which books to follow for CSAT and Mains?

    Dear friend,
    Working hard then you are achive the goal.
    Best books for exam is:
    Tata McGraw Hill,NCERT Books,Manorama Year Book and The Hindu Daily Newspaper etc..
    I think this can be usefull to you.
    Thank you

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