Budget 2016 : Questions with Solutions for Objective exams

What is Budget?  - Starts from here, basics about budget. 

The finance minster of NDA govt. Arun jaitley presents Union Budget 2015.  
we all know by getting a majority mandate in the lok sabha elections which result in single government rather than a collation govt.,  
this results as a Global Situation is Favorable to the Country as more and more Investors are
Showing Curiosity and Interest in India; 
the main Aim is to move Towards National Common interests. Market for Agricultural Commodities and Improve the Supply Chain.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley lists 5 challenges in his Budget speech- 


  1. Agricultural incomes, 
  2. public investment in infrastructure, 
  3. manufacturing has declined and export remains stagnant, 
  4. fiscal discipline is needed, 
  5. meeting fiscal deficit

Highlights of Union Budget: 2015 -16:
  • Indian gold coin with Ashok Chakra will soon introduce.
  • PAN number quoting made compulsory for transactions for more than 1 Lakh
  • Increase exemption on health insurance premium to Rs 25,000 from current Rs 15,000
  • Benami Property Transaction Bill will help tackle black money transactions in real estate soon.
  • Rigorous imprisonment of 10 years under Black Money Law.
  • Budget estimates of expenditure:17 .77 lakh cr, of which Non Plan is 13.12 lakh cr, and Plan is 4.65 lakh cr
  • Another Rs 1,000 crore to Nirbhaya fund.
  • GAAR implementation deferred by 2 years to April 2017.


Taxation:
  • No change in personal Income Tax.
  • Additional 2% surcharge on people earning over Rs 1 cr; to fetch Rs 9,000 crore.
  • Service Tax rate hiked to 14%, from 12.36%.
  • Expects to implement goods and services tax by April 2016.
  • Wealth tax to abolished.
  • Rate of corporate tax to be reduced to 25% over next four years.
  • 100% exemption for contribution to Swachch Bharat, apart from CSR.
  • Total exemption of up to Rs. 4,44,200 can be achieved.


Fiscal/ Revenue  deficit
  • Current account deficit below 1.3 percent of GDP.
  • Fiscal deficit seen at 3.9 pct of GDP in 2015/16.
  • Remain committed to meeting medium term fiscal deficit target of 3 pct of GDP.
  • Revenue Deficit to be 2.8% in 2015-16.
  • Will meet the challenging fiscal target of 4.1 pct of GDP.


Growth
  • Aiming double digit growth rate, achievable soon.
  • GDP growth seen at between 8 % to 8.5 %.


Inflation
  • Expects consumer inflation to remain close to 5 percent by March, opening room for more monetary policy easing.
  • Monetary policy framework agreement with the RBI clearly states objective of keeping inflation below 6 percent.


Agriculture:
  • Rs. 25,000 crore for Rural Infrastructure Development Bank.
  • In order to improve soil health, the Agriculture Ministry's organic farming programme.
  • Rs. 5,300 crore for micro-irrigation watershed projects.
  • Farmers credit - targets of 8.5 lakh.


Infrastructure:
  • Rs. 70,000 crores to Infrastructure sector.
  • Tax-free bonds for projects in rail road and irrigation.
  • PPP model for infrastructure development to be revitalised and govt. to bear majority of the risk.
  • Second unit of Kudankulam nuclear power station to be commissioned in 2015/16.
  • Rs. 150 crore allocated for Research & Development.
  • NITI to be established and involvement of entrepreneurs, researchers to foster scientific innovations.
  • Govt. proposes to set up 5 ultra mega power projects, each of 4000 MW.


Education:
  • IIM for Jammu and Kashmir and Andhra Pradesh.
  • AIIMS in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar and Assam.
  • IIT in Karnataka; Indian Institute of Mines in Dhanbad to be upgraded to IIT.
  • PG institute of Horticulture in Armtisar.
  • Kerala to have University of Disability Studies.
  • Centre of film production, animation and gaming to come up in Arunachal Pradesh.


Defence:
  • Rs. 2,46,726 crore for Defence.
  • Focus on Make in India for quick manufacturing of Defence equipment.


Welfare Schemes:
  • 50,000 toilets constructed under Swachh Bharath Abhiyan.
  • Housing for all by 2020.
  • Up-gradation 80,000 secondary schools.
  • DBT will be further be expanded from 1 crore to 10.3 crore.
  • New scheme for physical aids and assisted living devices for people aged over 80.
  • Govt to use Rs. 9000 crore unclaimed funds in PPF/EPF for Senior Citizens Fund.
  • Rs. 5,000 crore additional allocation for MGNREGA.
  • Nayi Manzil scheme - to enable minority youth to obtain school leaving certificate and gain better employment.
  • Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana - Rs. 1 per day premium, Rs. 2 lakh coverage. Accident death risk - Rs 2 lakhs for a premium of Rs. 12 per year.
  • For the Atal Pension Yojna, govt. will contribute 50% of the premium limited to Rs. 1000 a year


Renewable Energy:
  • Rs. 75 crore for electric cars production.
  • Renewable energy target for 2022: 100K MW in solar; 60K MW in wind; 10K MW in biomass and 5K MW in small hydro.


Tourism
  • Development schemes for churches and convents in old Goa; Hampi, Elephanta caves, Forests of Rajasthan, Leh palace, Varanasi , Jallianwala Bagh, Qutb Shahi tombs at Hyderabad to be under the new tourism scheme.
  • Visa on Arrival for 150 countries
  • GDP growth will accelerate to 7.4%


Financial Sector
  • NBFCs registered with RBI above Rs. 5,000 crore to be considered financial institutions.
  • Development of Mudra Bank with corpus of Rs. 20,000 crore for micro-finance to help SC/ST entrepreneur


Policy reforms
  • Propose to create a universal social security system for all Indians.
  • Propose to merge commodities regulator with SEBI.
  • Allocates 346.99 billion rupees for rural employment guarantee scheme in 2015/16.
  • To bring a new bankruptcy code in 2015/16.
  • FM said: He will move to amend the RBI act this year, and provide for a monetary policy committee.
  • To set up public debt management agency.

Railway Budget 2016 One Liners for Competitive Objective Exams

# RailwayBudget Highlights:

Highlights from Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu's Speech



Railway Minister has announced 4 Goals for transformation of Indian Railways which are:
Goal 1-Customer experience to receive a huge boost
Goal 2 - Safer Travel
Goal 3 -Modernize infrastructure
Goal 4- Indian Railways- Financially self-sustainable


Highlights:

●No increase in passenger fares
* यात्री किरायों में हम कोई बढ़ोतरी नहीं करेंगे।

●SMS alert to be introduced for train timings

* शिकायतों के लिए हेल्पलाइन नंबर 138, सुरक्षा के लिए 182 टोलफ्री नंबर।

●To introduce air-conditioned coaches for suburban trains
* लोकल ट्रेनों को भी आधुनिक बनाया जाएगा। 

●Wi-fi to be available at 400 railway stations

[INDIAN POLITY] One liners must read before any Objective Exam

1. The Constitution of India was adopted on– 26th November 1949

2. The Constituent Assembly of India started functioning from :- 9th December , 1946

3. The Constituent Assembly took time to frame the Constitution of India – 2 years 11 months 18 days

4. The concept of written constitution, first born was– USA

5. The constitution of India is– Partly rigid, partly flexible

6. The word “Secularism” was inserted in the Preamble of the Indian Constitution by– 42nd Amendment

7. The Preamble to the constitution declares India as– A sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic

8. The item “Education” belongs to the– Concurrent List

9. How many languages have recongnised by the Constitution?– 22

10. The number of Union Territories in India is– 7

11. Part of the Indian Constitution deals with “Fundamental Rights- Part III

12. Constitutional Amendment deleted the Right to Property from the list of Fundamental Rights– 44th Amendment

13. Articles of Indian Constitution guarantees freedom to press– Article 19

14. In year Fundamental Duties of citizens were introduced by 42nd Amendment– 1976

15. Rashtrapati Bhawan was designed by- Edwin Lutyens

16. A Presidential Ordinance can remain in force– For six months

17. In Article of the Constitution of India can be the President of India be impeached– Article 61

18. In India, the President is elected by– Single Transferable Vote

19. Sachidanand Sinha was the first president of Constituent Assembly.

Is it ok to give up a job for UPSC?

There are Questions which came into mind for working peoples or a one who are just got any other job.

  • What is it like to quit a job in IT industry and start preparing for UPSC?
  • Indian Administrative Service (IAS): Is it possible to prepare for UPSC exams while I am in job?
  • How does one manage a job in a software firm and UPSC preparations?

Here are numerous answer given by great minds on different  public forums. I collected them into this single post and hope you may like it and it will be beneficial in your way

IB EXAM Questions with solutions ACIO 2015 answers

71. For the financial year 2013-14, what percentage of total tax receipts of the Union Government came from income tax collections?
Around 05%
Around 10%
Around 20% - ANSWER
Around 40%



72. India’s industrial GDP growth rate for the fiscal year 2013-14 (at the factor cost of 2004-05) is estimated to be around
0.35% - ANSWER
1.43%
2.48%
4.74%


73. As per Census 2011 data, which is the most populated metro city in India?
Delhi
Mumbai - ANSWER
Chennai
Kolkata


74. As per Census 2011 data, which among the following States

IB 2015 Exams paper ACIO Questions with Solution

86. Many of the famous political leaders had a University Degree in Law. Which of the following world leaders didn’t have a Degree in Law?
Nelson Mandela
Fidel Castro
Barack Obama
John F Kennedy - ANSWER



87. Ernesto Che Guevara, the famous Marxist revolutionary of South America, was born in
Bolivia
Cuba
Argentina - ANSWER
Guatemala


88. Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical weekly, first appeared in 1970 as a successor to

ACIO 2015 IB Exams with solutions

51. Which among the following political party of India has an election symbol very similar to the election symbol of Republican Party of USA?
Samajwadi Party
Bahujan Samaj Party - ANSWER
Janta Dal (United)
Telugu Desam Party



52. How many members, the President of India can nominate to Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha, respectively?
12, 2
2,12 - ANSWER
2, 10
10, 2


53. Which among the following amendments to the Constitution of India, designated Delhi as

2015 IB ACIO Exam with solution


31. (7+14+21+28………..+700) is equal to :
35350 - ANSWER
42714
49420
56707


32. In a group of 5 persons, P is taller than Q, but is shorter than both R and S. Both R and T are taller than Q, but shorter than S. This implies that
R is taller than P, but shorter than T/ R
T is taller than Q, but shorter than R/ T
R is taller than Q, but shorter than T/ R
S is taller than T while P is shorter than R/ S - ANSWER


33. In a group of Army Officers, 02% of Officers neither take Coffee nor Tea, while rest of them take either Tea or Coffee or both. If 60% of Officers take Tea, while 58% take Coffee, what percentage of Officers take Tea but do not take Coffee?
02%
20%
40% - ANSWER
60%


34. The original name of Ho Chi Minh, the President of the Vietnam Democratic

IB ACIO 2015 exams questions with answers

Start with these questions by no.1-10 read me 1st. part 2 of question list with solution of IB ACIO 2015 are here.

21. If 12 persons working 12 hours a day dig 12 meters of a tunnel in 12 days, how many men are required to dig additional 04 meters of the tunnel (of the same dimension) given that they work 04 hours a day for 04 days?

27
4
12
36 - ANSWER


22. A man sells an article at a certain price incurring 20% loss. If he had sold the same article for Rs.20 more, he would have earned 20% profit. What was the cost price of the said article?
Rs.20
Rs. 40
Rs. 50 - ANSWER
Rs. 60


23. Numerator of a fraction is increased by 60%, and at the same time

Budget 2016: All basic things you must know about Budget of India.

WHAT IS THE BUDGET?

A Government budget is a legal document that is:  

  • Passed by the legislature.  
  • Approved by the President. 

It is an annual financial statement of estimated receipts and

IB-2015 Exam solutions with Questions 2

you may like to start from starting questions Click me for page 1 of the examination.

11. The class of elementary particles, bosons, was named after Satyendra Nath Bose, an Indian Physicist. Which of the following Indian Scientists graduated from Presidency College Calcutta as a classmate of Satyendra Nath Bose?
Jagdish Chandra Bose
P.C.Mahalanobis
Praful Chandra Ray
Meghnad Saha - ANSWER
12. To which place Aryabhata, the great mathematician

IB ACIO 2015 Question with Solutions

IB ACIO 2014-15 Solved Question Paper:-
1. Curcuma longa is the scientific name of which spice?
Cumin
Cloves
Turmeric - ANSWER
Coriander
2. Bones found in the hands and feet as the percentage of total number of bones in the body of

Sustainable Development - Dynamics of urban Planning and Development

National Urban Development Mission being finalized and Smart City programme close to finalization. Here are some practice important questions. there answers will be uploading soon check at regular interval for solutions. 

Q.1.1 What is the need for sustainable development?

Q.1.2 What do you mean by sustainable development?


Q.1.3 What do you mean by Gross Sustainable Development Product? 

Q.1.4 What is the Environmental Kuznets Curve? 

{StudyPlan} How to prepare and books for UPSC and PSC exams

[Studyplan] Book Lists for Optional Subjects of UPSC Civil Services Mains Examination (UPSC CSE) and other State PSC Exams.



While looking for study materials, many questions asked.like.
Can i prepare for UPSC exam while doing job? - 
You can also prepare while doing your job, but it depends on what kind of job you are doing. As you have mentioned nothing about your job profile, please do think again before quitting it. If you have doubts with that you can always get it cleared ;-)


Now coming to guidance for preparation, well in brief you will have to follow this trend
Zero: Choose your optional subject and preferably study it daily for an hour or two. You can even rigorously prepare it for whole month or two and then switch to
next step. But dont hurry, in doubt always get it cleared. 
1st: Read NCERT's
2nd: Now comes the Role of Standard Books
3rd: Test Series, so that you can assess/judge your performance till now.
4th: Practice CSAT, this is to be done parallel with step 1, 2 & 3.
5th: Start mains answer writing practice and essay writing
6th: Do the same for Optional.
7th: Repeat 5 and 6 till you are sure that you can write relevant answers on any topic asked.

8th: Probably within 2 months, you will have Prelims 2016 ---> attempt it, go for mains and then you have the interview.

If the hard work is sincere and smart, and most importantly REGULAR, then clearing it in one go is possible or may be not. Cant assure you on this one, thats UPSC.
Book Lists for Optional Subjects of 
UPSC Civil Services Mains Examination (UPSC CSE)
and other State PSC Exams.



Optional Subjects demand Many books because 
of their very nature and vast syllabus. 
I have collected these books from various sources and 
have strictly complied the necessary books for 
various optionals for UPSC CSE and other State PCS Exams. 
Some of the State PSC have different syllabus but still 
their syllabus match 80-90% with UPSC syllabus 

so the book list remains almost same.


I will keep updating the Lists as soon as 

I will Come to know Good Books and info also 
will post about remaining optional subjects. 
Stay connected and keep visiting. 
Subjects Mentioned below are 
followings : 
  1. History 
  2. Political Science
  3. Geography
  4. Sociology
  5. Public Administration
  6. Economics
  7. Commerce
  8. Medical Science
  9. Mathematics
  10. Physics
  11. Anthropology
HISTORY
  1. History of Modern India –
  2.  Shekhar Bandopadhyaya/Bipan Chandra
  3. Mastering Modern World History – Norman Lowe
  4. India’s Struggle For Independence – 
  5. Bipan Chandra and Others
  6. Ashoka and the Decline of the Mauryas  -
  7.  Romila ThaparA History of Ancient 
  8. and Early Medieval India
  9. Medieval India: From Sultanat to Mughals 
  10. – 1- Satish Chandra
  11. Medieveal India: From Sultanat to Mughals 
  12. -2 – Satish Chandra
  13. India’s Ancient Past – R.S. Sharma
  14. History of the World – Arjun Dev
  15. The Wonder That Was India – A.L. Basham



Source: Here

POLITICAL SCIENCE
  1. A History Of Political Thought: Plato To Marx
  2.  – Mukherjee and Susheela Ramaswamy
  3. Politial Theory – Rajeev Bhargava
  4. Introduction to Political Theory – O P Gauba
  5. International Relations -Khanna
  6. Politics – Heywood
  7. Introduction to the Constitution of India  
  8. - D D Basu
  9. Global Politics – Heywood
  10. Foundations of Indian Political Thought 
  11. – V R Mehta
  12. India’s Struggle For Idependence 
  13. – Bipan Chandra
  14. Indian Government and Politics – B L Fadia
  15. Does The Elephant Dance? 
  16. Contemporary India Foreign Policy – Malone


GEOGRAPHY

Paper-I
  1. Physical Geography – Majid HussainSavindra Singh
  2. Models in Geography – Majid Hussain
  3. Modern Physical Geography – 
  4. Strahler and Strahler  (Optional)
  5. Certificate Physical and Human Geography 
  6. – Goh Cheng Leong
  7. Economic and Social Geography 
  8. Made Simple – Rupa Publication
  9. Dictionary of Physical Geography – Penguin
  10. Evolution of Geographical Thought 
  11. – Majid Hussain
  12. Physical Geography Made Simple 
  13. – Rupa Publication
  14. Dictionary of Human Geography
  15. Oxford Student Atlas / 
  16. The Orient BlackSwan School Atlas



Paper-II
  1. India Year Book – Publication Division
  2. Regional Planning in India – Mahesh Chand
  3. India – A Comprehensive Geography  - Khullar



Source: Here


SOCIOLOGY



Paper-I
  1. Sociology – Anthony Giddens
  2. Sociological Thought – 
  3. Francis Abraham and John Henry Morgan
  4. Sociology – Harlombos and Holborn
  5. Political Theory – O P Gauba
  6. HARALAMBOS & HOLBORN SOCIOLOGY: 
  7. THEMES AND PERSPECTIVES



Paper-II
  1. Social Change in India – M N Srinivas
  2. Indian Society and Culture – Nadeem Hasnain
  3. Modernization of Indian Tradition 
  4. – Yogendra Singh
  5. Indian Sociological Thought by Nagla B K
  6. Handbook of Indian Sociology – Veena Das
  7. Rural Sociology – Doshi and Jain
  8. Social Background of Indian Nationalism 
  9. – A R Desai
Source: Here


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
  1. Indian Public Administration – Arora and Goyal
  2. Administrative Thinkers – Prasad and Prasad
  3. Public Administration In India 
  4. 1st Edition - Maheshwari
  5. Public Administration – Fadia and Fadia
  6. Public Administration In India – B L Fadia (optional)
  7. Public Administration – Laxmikant
  8. New Horizons of Public Administration 
  9. – Mohit Bhattacharya
  10. Public Administration and Public Affairs 
  11. 12th Edition – Nicholas Henry
  12. Essentials Of Organizational Behaviour 
  13. 10th Edition – 
  14. Robbins, Sanghi and Judge



Source: Here




ECONOMICS

Paper-I
  1. Microeconomics – Ahuja and Koutsyansis
  2. Macroeconomics – Ahuja and Mankiw
  3. Public Finance - Lekhi, Balton and Bhatia
  4. International Economics – Salvatore 
  5. and M.C Vaish
  6. Money and Banking – Gupta and Ahuja
  7. RBI Website
  8. For Growth and Development,
  9. I followed Mishra and Puri 
There is another book by Lekhi 
(this book covers the syllabus so it is bit handy)/
I extensively used Internet for 
some new developments in same. 
Paper-II
  1. Economic Survey, EPW, RBI
  2. Puri, Dutt and SundaramUma Kapila,
  3. Any One Business Newspaper - 
  4. ETThe Economist or Financial Express



Source: Here

COMMERCE


Paper-I



1. Accounting
(A very good & simple book to cover 
entire topics, selected topics only)
(Cover AS 1-20, 22 & 26 in detail 
& practice numerical also)

  

2. Cost Accounting
(Selected topics to cover syllabus of UPSC only)



3. Auditing



4. Taxation- Income Tax, Service Tax & VAT



Following is the link for a 
This book is written in a wonderful way and 
one should download for covering 
Income Tax part from this book.



5. Financial Management
( ALL CHAPTERS, 
sufficient to cover the entire syllabus)



6. Financial Markets & Institutions
OR 
Selected Topics to cover syllabus only




Paper-II

1. Organisation Theory & Behaviour
Organisation Theory & Behaviour- 
B.P. Singh & T.N. Chabra

    

2. Human Resource Management

  

  3. Industrial Relations





Source: Here 

MEDICAL SCIENCE
  1. Human Anatomy—B D Chaurasia 
  2. books of Anatomy (all three volumes);
  3. Embryology from I B Singh;
  4. Human Physiology
  5. - GanongGuyton  & A.K.Jain book
  6. Biochemistry-  
  7. by U. Satyanarayan’s book.
  8. Pathology-  Pathological basis of disease 
  9. by Robbins and Cotran
  10. one can also refer to Harshmohan’s book also.
  11. Pharmacology- K D Tripathi’s book 
  12. or even Lipincott is very good 
  13. for memory point of view.
  14. Microbiology- D R Arora’s book. 
  15. And same author’s book 
  16. for medical parasitology.
  17. Forensic medicine- 
  18. Essentials of Forensic medicine and 
  19. Toxicology by Dr. K S Narayan Reddy
  20. It is better to go by the tables that have been 
  21. given in this book as question are asked directly from 
  22. there and it is advisable to not to miss them.
  23. (Community medicine)
  24. Preventive and social medicine
  25. - K Park’s book is sufficient enough. 
  26. There is no need to refer any special book for 
  27. the programs of Govt. of India as K Park deals with 
  28. them in good detail and one has to follow 
  29. a word limit in writing questions.
  30. General Medicine- there are various books for 
  31. medicine and no one is complete. 
  32. I would highly recommend reading only those books 
  33. which you have referred during your graduation years. 
  34. Like I followed CMDT(no need to buy latest edition), 
  35. textbook of medicine by S N Chugh
  36. Emergency medicine by S N Chugh
  37. I would recommend making notes on certain 
  38. medical emergencies like asthma, COPD, 
  39. Status epilepticus, poisoning cases etc. 
  40. It is better to avoid reading Harrison as 
  41. one need to prepare any question optimally
  42. and not totally. For Infectious diseases one 
  43. should refer book from Indian author as 
  44. presentation of Infectious diseases is a bit 
  45. different in our country than west so avoid 
  46. CMDT or Harrision for that.
  47. General Surgery- Manipal’s manual of surgery. 
  48. For Differential diagnosis part one can 
  49. refer to clinical surgery by S Das.
  50. Pediatrics-  Essential pediatrics 
  51. by O P Ghai, Paul and Bagga
  52. For d/d one can refer to DR. Mayoor K cheda book.
  53. Deramatology- illustrated synopsis 
  54. of Dermatology and sexually transmitted 
  55. diseases by Neena Khanna.
  56. Obstetrics and gynecology 
  57. including family planning
  58. Obstetrics by D C Dutta. 
  59. And for gynecology either 
  60. D C Dutta’s book or Shaw’s Gynecology. 
  61. Practice questions in flow chart format like 
  62. that has been given in D C dutta as it is the 
  63. standard format to prepare for 
  64. answer writing in medical science paper.



Source: Here 

MATHEMATICS

Paper-I


  1. Linear Algebra: 
  2. Linear Algebra by Vasishtha and Sharma (Krishna Series)
  3. by Shanti Narayan (S. Chand)
  4. Shanti Narayan (S. Chand)/ Or Here
  5. Analytic Geometry:
  6. Analytical Solid Geometry 
  7. by Shanti Narayan (S. Chand)
  8. Ordinary Differential Equations: Ordinary and 
    Laplace Transforms: 
    Brilliant Tutorials Advanced 
  9. Partial Differential Equations 
  10. by M.D. Raisinghania (S. Chand) 
  11. Statics: Statics (Krishna Series) Statics Statics & Dynamics
  12. Dynamics: Dynamics (Krishna Series)
  13. Curves in Space:


Paper-II


  1.                    Topics in Algebra by I. N. Herstein
  2. Real Analysis: Elements of Real Analysis 
  3. by MD Raisinghania (S. Chand)
  4. Complex Analysis: Functions of a 
  5. Complex Variable (Krishna Series)
  6. Linear Programming: Linear Programming 
  7. (Krishna Series)
  8. Partial Differential Equations: Ordinary 
    Boundary Value Problems: Advanced 
  9. Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig
  10. and Partial Differential Equations 
  11. by M.D. Raisinghania (S. Chand) 
  12. Numerical Analysis and Computer 
  13. Programming: Numerical Methods by
  14. Jain, Jain and Iynger
  15. Mechanics:
    Fluid Dynamics:
  16.  M.D. Raisinghania (S. Chand)
  17. - II (Analytical Dynamics) (Krishna Series) 
  18. -I (Dynamics of Rigid Bodies) (Krishna Series)



Source : Prakash Purohit

PHYSICS



Paper-I
  1. Mechanics: 
  2. Mechanics by D.S. Mathur
  3.  An Introduction to Mechanics 
  4. by Kleppner and  Kolenkow
  5. Waves and Optics:Optics 
    Optics by B.S. Agarwal
  6. Electricity and Magnetism: 
  7. by Satya PrakashElectricity 
  8. and Magnetism by D.C.Tayal 
  9. Introduction to Electrodynamics 
  10. by David J. Griffiths / Here
  11. Thermal and Statistical Physics: 
  12. Statistical Thermodynamics by Sears and Salinger / 
  13. Here  Thermodynamics, Statistical
  14.  Physics and Kinetics by Satya Prakash
  15. by Dittman and Zemansky / Here



Paper-II
  1. Atomic and Molecular Physics: 
  2. Atomic and Molecular Spectra by Raj Kumar / 
  3. Here  Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser / Here
  4. Nuclear and Particle Physics:
  5. Solid State Physics, Devices and Electronics: 
  6. Principles of Electronic Materials and 
  7. Devices by S O Kasap / Here




Source : Kashish Mittal 


ANTHROPOLOGY


Important Books for Paper 1 and Paper 2 :



Physical Anthropology : P. Nath / B. M. Das


Social Anthropology :  Ember & Ember / Here
N. K. Vaid



Indian Anthropology :   Nadeen Hasnain / Here





Anthropological Thought : Upadhyay & Gaya Upadhyay / Here



Other sources:     

                 

- Annual Report – Ministry of Tribal Affairs
- Current news related to tribals




The exact exam pattern for UPSC for 2015 will be known on 17th May 2015.
That is the day UPSC is suppose to release notification. 
But the syllabus won't change this time because it was changed in 2013
 and there may be some minor changes in pattern of the exam. 
This time prelims (screening)  gonna be in August 24th 
unlike previous years where it used to be in May.
  • Then comes this "the guide" website  
  • Mrunal  from the incredible man Mrunal Patel.
  • Every aspirant follows this blog, 
  • even UPSC knows him from his RTI applications.
  • He not only writes about what to study also about what not to study.
  • Every aspirant cannot go to Delhi or Hyderabad, 
  • so for interactions with fellow aspirants you can use 
  • The Knowledge Network for Civil Services Preparation.
  • Here you will find list of all important website list, 
  • blogs of successful aspirants, 
  • whats going on with other aspirants,what are the rumours, 
  • which book/newspaper is a must read, what to fill in the preferences etc.
  • And visit the UPSC regularly to get the updates from the 
  • horse's mouth in this journey where the entire process 
  • takes more than a year.
Have A Great TimeAll The Best;-)

Syllabus is really vast and choice of books, 
study plan varies from person to person. 
But since the pattern change current affairs is given more weightage 
than the static part. 
So going to Delhi or Hyderabad is not at all necessary. 
All you need is a internet connection trust me. 
So instead of giving long list of books I will here mention 
the must visit websites:

So exactly 4 months in hand for prelims, happy preparation !
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