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What if we told you the very 4 subjects you put away from preparing until the last moment can get you above 90 marks in Prelims if you studied them from the right books and followed the correct study plan?

The first subject is Indian Economy. UPSC aspirants are often doubtful of the approach and study materials for this subject, as most of the questions that appear in Prelims require current affairs knowledge and depend upon the aspirant’s grasp in the complexities of our country’s economy. Many aspirants realise that unlike Art and Culture or Modern History, there is no single book that can do justice to the UPSC’s expectations of Indian Economy. Since 2014, the weightage of Indian Economy remained above most of the other subjects.

UPSC Prelims Economy Questions & Answers [2013-2021]

On the other hand the confusing topics of Science and Technology are the recent applications in this field, space technology, nano technology, diseases and biotechnology. Incidentally, they also have the highest weightage in the number of questions asked.

Polity, as a subject used to be straightforward from the book Laxmikant. But nowadays, topics like the different schedules in Indian Consitution, Parliamentary and bill making procedure are difficult to remember despite revising many times. Conceptual clarity is a must, else it will be difficult to find the right answer for questions like this (Prelims 2021)

Consider the following statements in respect of Bharat Ratna and Padma Awards.
(a) Bharat Ratna and Padma Awards are titles under the Article 18(1) of the Constitution of India.
(b) Padma Awards, which were instituted in the year 1954, were suspended only once.
(C) The number of Bharat Ratna Awards is restricted to a maximum of five in a particular year.
Which of the above statements are not correct?
(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 2 and 3 only
(c) 1 and 3 only
(d) 1, 2 and 3

Thought not UPSC’s favourite before, Environment and Ecology has gained momentum in the past 9 years with atleast 10% of prelims questions centred around it. Answers to questions on Indian and International Bodies and Conventions have got more negative marking than scoring points .

What makes the subject slightly tricky is that the current affairs questions are more than a year old, with some of the questions about news related to 2014-15 happenings.

With reference to the ‘’New York Declaration on Forests’’, which of the following statements are correct?

1. It was first endorsed at the United Nations Climate Summit in 2014
2. It endorses a global timeline to end the loss of forests
3. It is a legally binding international declaration
4. It is endorsed by governments, big companies and indigenous communities.
5. India was one of the signatories at its inception

Select the correct answer using the code given below
(a) 1, 2 and 4
(b) 1, 3 and 5
(c) 3 and 4
(d) 2 and 5

Other questions happen to test your general awareness and is not easily found in standard books.

 Magnetite particles, suspected to cause neurodegenerative problems are generated as environmental pollutants from which of the following?

1. Brakes of motor vehicles

2. Engines of motor vehicles

3. Microwave stoves within homes

4. Power plants

5. Telephone lines

Select the correct answer using the code given below

(a) 1, 2, 3 and 5only

(b) 1, 2 and 4 only

(c) 3, 4 and 5 only

(d) 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

Open to All, Free Live Webinar by CD Mentor Swatantra on UPSC Prelims 2022

Taking this into consideration, we have roped in Civilsdaily Mentor Swatantra to guide UPSC aspirants. His experience of scoring 110+ in all the 6 Prelims exams, coupled with scoring 135+ marks in ethics and essay papers and attending the interview twice, makes him a suitable guide to address this pressing issue.

Swatantra sir is a mentor with CivilsDaily for nearly two years and is now working with Sukanya Rana Ma’am in the Civilsdaily Mains Guidance Program.

If you wish to score above 90+ in UPSC Prelims, then this free live webinar will give you the right ladder to aim high. Since there is a limited time of 1 hour, we urge interested aspirants to register right away!

What will you learn in this Webinar by Swatantra Sir?

1. How to handle the static aspects of politics, the economy, and the environment intelligently?

2. What are the current affairs topics to be revised in economy, environment, and science for UPSC Prelims 2022?

3. Why should one NOT read Ncerts and Reference books on these four subjects from Cover to Cover?

How to take test series and revise for UPSC 2022 on a daily basis?

How to prepare for remaining subjects like History (including art and culture) and Geography without spending more than 3 weeks?

What common mistakes have candidates made in the last 75 days of their preparation?

Webinar Details

You can crack UPSC only if the fire in you burns brighter than the fire around you. Register & attend this free live webinar by Swatantra sir if you want to get your doubts resolved and interact with other UPSC aspirants.

Date: 14th March, 2022 (Monday)

Time: 7PM

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6 months ago

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