Important Website for UPSC preparation

UPSC preparation

E-learning platform makes a revolution in the education field. Now a day you can grasp anything from the internet within seconds because it is the gold mine of knowledge. The Internet is also playing a significant role in UPSC preparation, it gives the guidelines and offers relevant materials in good quality to the aspirants along with current updates. Websites are playing the responsible role in the online platform. So, here we are discussing important website for UPSC preparation.

Why is online reference significant?

Both online and offline reference is required for UPSC preparation. For the recent updates or relevant points along with accurate data hard copy or offline reading is not enough, at that particular point of time, you can go through the online website.

For example, you address the topic right to privacy for UPSC, under the shadow of the recent judgment by Supreme court Laxmikanth is not enough for reference. At that juncture, you can go to online for essential ingredients.

List of Online sources for UPSC Preparation.

General Studies Paper I: History, Art & Culture, and Geography

www.ncert.nic.in. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is the most significant and prominent resource for UPSC Civil Service Exam. Aspirants can directly download NCERT text books which are mandatory for Civil Service Exam.
www.nios.ac.in. National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) is relevant for UPSC exam point of view because it helps to acquire a broad idea about the numerous issues and concept.
http://ccrtindia.gov.in. Central for Cultural Resource and Training (CCRT) website is helpful for preparing art & culture, especially architecture.

This website has a gorgeous collection of information regarding Indian art and culture, Music, Dance, Drama etc.

 

 General Studies Paper II: Constitution & Polity

http://indiacode.nic.in/ coiweb/welcome.html. This website under Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India.

This site contains the Constitution of India updated up to recent amendments.

 

 

http://parliamentofindia.nic.in/. From this website, candidates can find the information regarding the Indian Parliament system like some facts of the constituent assembly, Rules of procedure and conduct of business, Parliamentary committees etc.
http://wcd.nic.in/.

http://www.mohfw.nic.in/.

http://mhrd.gov.in/.

http://rural.nic.in/netrural/rural/index.aspx .

http://socialjustice.nic.in/

http://india.gov.in/my-government/schemes

 

 

Here aspirants can find out various Government policies, welfare schemes, Social sector services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources

http://darpg.gov.in/ Governance, Transparency, and Accountability, e-governance, citizens charters.
http://mea.gov.in/

http://mea.gov.in/overseas-Indian-affairs.htm

http://idsa.in

 

India’s Foreign policy, Indian diaspora, Important International agencies, and for their structure, mandate.

 

 General Studies Paper III

 

http://niti.gov.in/ Indian Economy, planning, mobilization of resources.
http://indiabudget.nic.in Government Budgeting, Economic Survey
http://agricoop.nic.in./SchemesGudline.aspx. Marketing of agriculture produce, e-technology for farmers
http://dfpd.nic.in/

http://www.dahd.nic.in/

Farm subsidies and minimum support prices: Public distribution system, Buffer stock and Food security, economics.
http://mofpi.nic.in/ Food processing and related Industries
http://dolr.nic.in/index.asp Land reforms in India
http://www.isro.gov.in/

http://dipp.nic.in/English/schemes/intellectual_property_right.aspx

Space Technology, Issues related to Intellectual property rights
http://envfor.nic.in/

http://cpcb.nic.in/

Conservation, environmental pollution, and degradation, Environmental impact assessment

 

 

 General Studies paper IV

 

http://arc.gov.in Ethics in public administration
http://darpg.gov.in/

http://rti.gov.in/

Probity in Governance, Information sharing and transparency in government, Right to Information, Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Citizen’s Charters

 

For further reference

http://www.prsindia.org/ PRS Legislative Research
http://pib.nic.in Press Information Bureau
 http://egyankosh.ac.in IGNOU Books
http://www.youtube.com/user/rajyasabhatv Rajya Sabha TV

 

Important Magazine website for IAS preparation

http://yojana.go.in.

 

For socioeconomic analysis of current trends in society
http://pratiyogitaDarpan.in For exam oriented current affairs, solved papers, toppers interview etc.
http://frontline.in.

http://worldaffairsjournal.org.

 

For the details of current affairs analysis

 

http://Economicandpoliticalweekly.  (epw.in) For a detailed analysis of Economics and Society related topics.
http://Downtoearth.org Detail analysis of environment and science related topics across India and the world.

 

Online platforms are like a deep sea with full of knowledge. It easy to handle and access from any device at any time. One surfing you will get more than 100s of the website for reference, at the same time, it will generate lots of confusion and also the biggest time stealer. So, the best part makes a list of 4 or 5 useful websites and follow it.

Productive and efficient preparation is required for Civil Service exam. So, do it well all the very best.

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