What are all the books followed for Preparation of Civil Services Exams?


What are all the books followed for Preparation of Civil Services Exams????

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    1. Essential IAS Books For UPSC Prelims

    -History Of Modern India – Bipan Chandra. (History)
    -India’s Struggle For Independence – Bipan Chandra. (History)
    -India’s Ancient Past – R.S. Sharma. (History)
    -History Of Medieval India – Satish Chandra. (History)
    -The Wonder That Was India – A.L. Bhasham. (Culture)
    -Indian Art and Culture – Nitin Singhania. (Culture)
    -Geography of India – Majid Husain. (Geography)
    -Oxford School Atlas – Oxford. (Geography)
    -Certificate Physical and Human Geography – Goh Cheng Leong. (Geography)
    -Indian Polity for Civil Services Examinations – M. Laxmikanth. (Polity)
    -Indian Economy – Ramesh Singh. (Economy)
    -Economic Survey. (Economy)
    -Science and Technology in India – MHE. (Science and Technology)
    -Environmental Studies: From Crisis to Cure – Rajagopalan. (Environment)
    -Environment for Civil Services Prelims and Mains – Khuller. (Environment)
    -India Year Book (Current Affairs)
    -Manorama Yearbook. (Current Affairs)
    -ClearIAS Current Affairs Capsule [Monthly MCQs] (Current Affairs)
    -CSAT Paper – 2 Manual by MHE or CSAT-II by Arihant (CSAT – Paper 2)
    -Analytical Reasoning – M. K. Pandey (CSAT – Paper 2: Analytical Reasoning)
    -Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning – R. S.Aggarwal (CSAT Paper 2: Reasoning)

    2. Additional IAS Books for UPSC Mains

    *Selected Contemporary Essays – Saumitra Mohan (Essay Paper)
    *Essays for Civil Services – Pulkit Khare (Essay Paper)
    *India After Gandhi – Ramchandra Guha (History – GS1)
    *Norman Lowe OR History of Modern World – Jain and Mathur (World History – GS1)
    *Social Problems In India – Ram Ahuja. (Indian Society – GS1)
    *IAS Mains General Studies Paper 2 (Arihant Manual – GS2)
    *Current Issues – What’s Hot Today (ClearIAS ebook – GS2)
    *Governance in India for CSE. (Governance – GS2)
    *Pax Indica – Shashi Tharoor. (Foreign Policy – GS2)
    *India and the World by Surendra Kumar. (Foreign Policy – GS2)
    *IAS Mains General Studies – GS3. (Arihant Manual – GS3)
    *India’s National Security: A Reader. (Internal Security – GS3)
    *Challenges to Internal Security of India. (Internal Security – GS3)
    *Lexicon for Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude. ( Ethics – GS4)
    *IAS Mains General Studies – Ethics. ( Arihant Manual – GS4)

    Answered on 2019-06-14.
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