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    How Do I Start Preparing For The W.B.C.S. Exams? Which Books Should I Follow For All The Different Subjects? Which Books Should I tart Studying First?

    How Do I Start Preparing For The W.B.C.S. Exams? Which Books Should I Follow For All The Different Subjects? Which Books Should I tart Studying First?

    West Bengal Civil Service (Executive), popularly known as W.B.C.S.(Exe), is the civil service of West Bengal. For the W.B.C.S. (Exe) and other comparative posts, Public Service Commission of West Bengal arranges competitive examinations in three phases every year. These phases are Preliminary, Main and Interview.There are multiple sources of study material for WBCS exams but your basic reading should ideally start with NCERT text books. The concepts are explained in simple language. It is recommended to read NCERT books from class VI to class XII for all the relevant subjects.Continue Reading How Do I Start Preparing For The W.B.C.S. Exams? Which Books Should I Follow For All The Different Subjects? Which Books Should I tart Studying First? 

    There is no one strategy for WBCS Exam. Everyone should have his or her own strategy as per his/her weakness and strength.

    But overall one must be well prepared in each and every subject to the extent he or she can.

    1. Understand WBCS exam structure

    Go through WBCS syllabus and previous question papers of WBCS Prelims and Mains so that you will get a clear idea about the areas from which questions are normally asked.

    2. Make newspaper reading a habit

    Develop the habit of newspaper reading – particularly editorials and the op-ed page. Reading The Hindu/ The Times of India is advised. You may also start listening to All India Radio news analysis and Loksabha /Rajya Sabha TV discussions (Eg: Big Picture).

    3. Be thorough with your NCERT /WB Board Books

    As mentioned earlier , NCERT text books are of utmost importance. Think and ponder over what is stated in your textbooks. Develop writing practice. Students from science background may collect humanities textbooks (NCERT) and start reading them whenever time permits. Links for downloading all NCERT books are given in this website. Priority: History, Geography, Economy and Polity related NCERT texts.

    4. Finish your optional subject

    If in a position to decide on the optional subject after analyzing WBCS syllabus and previous question papers (applicable only to college going students and pass outs), start to collect materials on the same. Try to finish optional subject first, as this will definitely give you an edge.

    5. Read books about India

    During leisure time, pick books related to India written by visionary authors. Reading books will widen your horizon and provide a clear picture on the past, present, and future of India. A good understanding on the problems of India with their right solutions can be of great help when you frame answers in Civil Services Mains General Studies and language paper.

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