After the historic cut-off for the 67 th BPSC Prelims exam, the Bihar Public Service Commission has declared the official notification for the 68 th BPSC.
The candidates must prepare form now to dp well in the upcoming examination.
The BPSC Best Books are a must to clear the examination.
The knowledge of the best material and sources will be helpful for the candidates in getting high marks in the examination.
We have created a list of the best books based on the toppers and expert faculty.
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The candidates must keep an eye on the syllabus and best books.
The space below has the BPSC Best Books and other study material.
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The syllabus for BPSC Prelims is not well defined, the commission only mentions the list of sections from which questions can be asked. Along with that, there are a plethora of material available in the market the candidates must have clarity about the sources and best books.
Such knowledge will ensure exam-oriented study and high scores in the examination.
The space below has a detailed list of the best books.
|Best Books for BPSC
- Ancient Indian History: India's Ancient Past by RS Sharma (Old NCERT)
- Medieval Indian History: A History of Medieval India by Satish Chandra (Old NCERT)
- Modern Indian History: Struggle for Independence by Bipan Chandra OR Spectrum Modern History by Rajiv Ahir
- Art and Culture: Indian Art and Culture by Nitin Singhania
- Spectrum modern India
- Lucent's General Knowledge: Can also be used for factual information, especially for Ancient, medieval and Art & Culture.
- NCERT History Books of Classes 6th to 12th
- Oxford Student Atlas
- Comprehensive Geography by Khullar
- Certificate Physical Geography – G C Leong
- Geography NCERT books of Class 6th to 12th
- Indian Polity by M.
- NCERT books of Classes 9th to 12th
- New Economy NCERTs
- Indian Economy by Shankar Ganesh
- Indian Economy by Nitin Singhania
- Economic Development & Policies in India – Jain & Ohri
- NCERT textbooks of Classes 6 to 12
- Lucent General Science
- Daily Current Affairs of Bihar
- Yearly Current Affairs by Disha Publications
- Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma
- Quantitative Aptitude by Rakesh Yadav
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The BPSC exam is scheduled for February for Prelims.
Hence, it is important that you get your concepts clear for each subject.
As the BPSC exam covers a wide range of subjects from every sphere, therefore, you should prefer reading from a book that is dedicated to that particular subject.
Yes, NCERT books are enough to prepare for the general papers as the majority of the questions are asked from NCERT books, especially in Math and Science.
Current affairs play the most important part in the BPSC test, and in order to acquire a decent mark in this subject, students must remain up to speed on current news and events. To broaden your understanding, read newspapers such as the Hindu.
The syllabus for BPSC broadly covers General Science, Polity, Economy, History and the National Movement.
The BPSC Exam comprises of - Prelims, Mains and Interview.