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10 Best Websites for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 Preparation

UPSC Civil Services exam has become very dynamic in recent years. Questions are designed to test not only the fundamental knowledge about the subject but also the latest updates and issues related to it. So, Websites have gained their status as important online resources to follow for building fundamentals and latest updates at the same time. After a thorough analysis, we have prepared a list of 10 best websites for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 preparation. These websites provide the latest and reliable information on topics asked in both Civil Services exam preliminary and mains stage.

  1. pib.nic.in : This is Press Information Bureau website. Useful for all latest Government updates and press releases.
  2. thehindu.com : The Hindu is undoubtedly the newspaper of choice for lakhs of UPSC CSE aspirants. Get all the latest news and editorials at the click of mouse.
  3. yojana.gov.in : Here you can get all the Yojana and Kurukshetra articles about important Socio-Economic issues.
  4. envfor.nic.in : Questions from Environmental studies are gaining momentum with every passing year. Official website of Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change can help a great deal for latest environmental issues, acts and initiatives.
  5. ccrtindia.gov.in : This website is very useful for preparing Arts and Culture and covers all the aspects of India’s rich heritage.
  6. idsa.in : Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses website. Most reliable source for covering latest updates and discussions related to India’s defence, Internal Security and International Security.
  7. vikaspedia.in : A knowledge providing initiative by India Development Gateway (InDG). Excellent platform for latest information in the domain of social development.
  8. prsindia.org : Latest updates on Parliamentary bills, Acts and their amendments can be tracked. Very useful website for Polity questions.
  9. egyankosh.ac.in : A National Digital Repository which can be used to download IGNOU e-books for free. Informative YouTube videos can also be watched.
  10. skholar.com : One of the best online resources when it comes to India’s Foreign policy and other global issues pertaining to India.

Above list of websites can prove to be instrumental in your UPSC Civil Services preparation as they cover contemporary national and global issues, recent updates, initiatives and other topics of importance to UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018. Click here to read 6 month preparation strategy for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 Prelims.

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The official notification of UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 is scheduled to be published on 7th February, 2018 which is around one month away. The date of Prelims is 3rd June, 2018 and Mains Exam is poised to take place from 1st October, 2018.

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