How To Go About Mppsc Exam Preparation?by Prayas Ksg Prayasksg
This blog is for those who are preparing for MPPSC but do not have complete knowledge about preparation and subjects. So, after reading this blog you will get the complete things about this civil services exam. To know more about this exam, you can also contact MPPSC coaching in MP.
This exam is conducted in two stages namely the preliminary exam and the main exam. The number of applicants confessed to showing up for the mains tests is multiple times more than the number of opportunities accessible. Although, the best candidates who away from primary tests and following the methods of the interview are admitted to different posts in the government division.
Complete guide about preparation
Going by the MPPSC Syllabus 2020, an aspirant should know the important topics that keep on repeating in the exams. The aspirant for MPPSC Exams just needs to have a good understanding of school syllabus (basically from standard 6th to 12th).
As to begin your preparation for the tests one should begin pursuing all the social science and science books of class sixth to the tenth class. The books can be of MP Board or may be NCERT books. Both these books are acceptable and give a decent knowledge and understanding to the aspirants.
After you have completed the above subjects with good sense. You can take a print out of the syllabus for MPPSC Exams; believe it there is a reason why it is been emphasized to this point. So please try and do this.
Checkout below subjects, important topics related to them, MPPSC coaching in MP Nagar Bhopal, and books for MPPSC to prepare the same:
There are three sections to History: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern. MPPSC books for History can be pretty much the equivalent. For Ancient History, an applicant can follow NCERTs Class eleventh and twelfth (Old/New.) For Medieval, NCERTs can again come helpful. For Modern, an applicant can either decide on NCERTs books. One can allude to books of MP Board as well.
Indian and World Geography
There are two sub-topics for Geography which are Physical and Human. To understand both these topics in detail, an aspirant should religiously read NCERTS (Class 6th to 12th) and to get the fodder material on these topics the aspirants should at least read one newspaper daily and should be followed by the candidates.
The MPPSC gives weight age to topics like- Parliament, State, and Central Legislatures, Panchayati Raj, Legislative Bills in the news or debated, Election Commission, etc.
Indian Economics is one such subject that can give the candidates from non-economics background nightmares. However, an aspirant should understand that the questions that are been asked from these topics under it are of generalized form. The questions that are been asked can put your common knowledge on Indian Economics to test.
NCERT or MP Board school textbooks can help an aspirant collect the required information on General Science. For the environment, current affairs can become useful. Also, referring to MPPSC past year question papers can align candidates’ preparation.
MPPSC Current Affairs
Try following the recent trend on how questions are being framed in relation to current affairs; one must religiously follow a National newspaper- preferably- The Hindu. The approach to read the newspaper should be solely aligned with the topics that are included in the MPPSC Syllabus 2020.
For more information contact the top MPPSC coaching in MP.
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