UPSC IAS Preliminary Examination Test Series 2020 (Weekly)
This is a one year test series package for aspiring to become an IAS, IFS, IPS and other services under central government.
Under this test series programme, you will be provided 100 objective questions of latest standard for UPSC Civil Services Examination for General Studies Paper-I.
General Study Prelims questions with detailed explanation will be sent to your e-mail in PDF format (weekly).
These 100 questions for preliminary examination will comprise from all sections of the General Studies -I paper (NCERT (6-12th), Current Affairs, Indian History, Geography, Indian polity, Economy, Art and Culture, Environment and Ecology, Government Schemes and Programmes, Science and Technology etc.)
Questions of the test series have been prepared from standard study materials such as The Hindu, NCERT, Standard Books, PIB, Annual Reports of the Government of India, Down to Earth etc.
You will also get our monthly current affairs study magazine free.
Objective questions will be based on the latest trends of the Civil Services Preliminary Examination conducted by the UPSC.
At the end of the programme you will be provided 10-Full length test covered whole syllabus, so that you can evaluate your complete preparation.
A small investment from your side can have significant impact on your result. With this timetable you don’t have to plan by yourself and can save hundreds of hours. Completion of syllabus is a must to succeed in this exam. Our test series will help you here very much.
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First Test (100 Solved MCQ) will be start from July 01, 2019. if you joined late, then we will provide the PDF you have missed.
Tropic of Cancer is an imaginary line, at an angle of 23.50 degrees north from the Equator that passes through the middle of India. If you run this imaginary line around Earth (Yes, Flat-Earthlings, the Earth is spherical), it passes through 17 countries, India being one of them. The Tropic of Cancer passes through eight states in India: Gujarat (Jasdan), Rajasthan (Kalinjarh), Madhya Pradesh (Shajapur), Chhattisgarh (Sonhat), Jharkhand (Lohardaga), West Bengal (Krishnanagar), Tripura (Udaipur) and Mizoram (Champhai).
Mahi River is the only
river in India that cuts the Tropic of Cancer twice, first in Madhya Pradesh
from where it flows towards Rajasthan and enters Gujarat where it cuts for the
second time. If you are the adventurous type and was looking for something
different, following the Tropic of Cancer line across India would definitely
qualify as something different. Follow the river all through Dhar and Jhabua in
Madhya Pradesh, follow it some more as it enter Banswara in Rajasthan (you are
on the Tropic of Cancer here!) and then follow the river back as it passes
through Panchmahal in Gujarat and finally joins Arabian Sea at the mouth of
Gulf of Khambhat. While you are still in Gujarat, head to Jasdan. The city is
known for its beautiful handicrafts and diamond polishing. Looks like sun
brought bling with it. Don’t forget, Tropic of Cancer passes through this city.
Udaipur in Tripura is the
city nearest to the Tropic of Cancer. Tripura, even though it falls under
northeastern part of India, is a hot place. The city is famous for its Tripura
Sundari Temple and was an erstwhile capital of the Maharajas of Tripura.
Speaking of hot places in the northeast, Mizoram gives a good competition to
the rest of country’s hot places. And no wonder why. Champhai falls on the
Indo-Myanmar border, and also the Tropic of Cancer. The town is important for
the aforementioned reason and upon reaching there, you will be glad you
visited. The town is a pretty one (pretty hot too).
The Tropic of Cancer does not pass through
b) Pakistan c) Bangladesh