This topic is further subdivided into three sections:
The syllabus is similar to that of other State Civil Service exams and the IAS. As a result, it is recommended that you read the NCERT books thoroughly. Students can also refer to the state books later on.
Several points to keep in mind as you prepare for History
Geography is divided into two subtopics: physical and human. An aspirant should read NCERT books on a regular basis to gain a thorough understanding. Reading newspapers also benefits a lot on this subject.
Subjects such as Parliament, State and Central Legislatures, Panchayati Raj, Legislative Bills in the news or debate, Election Commission, and so on are given weightage. To understand Polity clearly, read M. Laxmikant’s book Indian Polity. Watching the news and keeping up with current events will also be beneficial in the long run.
This topic is quite broad in scope. However, the vast majority of questions about this topic are of the generalised variety. Yes, candidates should be aware that, unlike IAS exams, a few factual questions may be asked. To do so, one must be clear on basic concepts such as GDP, GNP, and PCI. Repo Rate, MCLR, CRR, Unemployment, Recession, Rupee Depreciation/Appreciation, and other frequently asked questions should be prioritised.
NCERT or MP Board school textbooks can help an aspirant gather the necessary information on General Science. In addition, referring to previous year MPPSC question papers can help candidates focus their preparation.
Best MPPSC 2021 Reference Books
Candidates can check the MPPSC booklist below: