How to Ace Anthropology Optional: Deep Dive into Paper I

Note: On Anthropology, there are a total of three blog posts, of which this is the second one. The first one primarily talks about my book list and the basic approach. This is the second article among the series and it deals with topic wise detailed plan for Paper I. The third article talks about the detailed plan for Paper II.

Our Chimp cousin contemplating the origin of life, universe and the cosmos.

Syllabus and the Strategy

1.1 to 1.3 – Meaning, Scope; Relationship; Branches

  • Core material: Braintree
  • Value Addition: Ember & Ember

1.4 – Human Evolution

  • Core material: P. Nath
  • Value Addition: Ember & Ember
  • For answer structure and diagrams, refer Anthropology Simplified
  • Get a solid grasp of evolution and its concepts such as: Genetic recombination, directional selection, Adaptive radiation, Darwinism, Parallelism, Neo-Darwinism etc (Given well in Ember. Use internet as well)
  • Innovate in your answers. Ex: You can depict genetic recombination through a diagram and adaptive radiation through a flowchart. Quote examples for topics like adaptive radiation.

1.5 – Primates

  • Primary Source: P. Nath
  • For better diagrams/sketches – Use Ember & Ember, Google, Anthropology Simplified and notes of Kirthi (AIR-14, CSE 2015) published in this Insights article.
  • Go through previous years question papers and prepare notes for most important topics. It’s static and highly scoring
  • Must draw diagrams with proper labelling. For example, when you draw skulls of ape and human, you should comparatively point out changes in parts such as Zygomatic arch, Foramen magnum, Sagittal crest etc.  Practise diagrams to show evolutionary changes not just in the skull but also foot, spinal cord, pelvis, dentition etc
  • Dedicate adequate time to practise neat drawings. Your aim must be to attempt as many questions as you can from topics like these and max out your scores.

1.6 – Fossils et al

  • Primary Source: P. Nath
  • Use Ember & Ember and Anthropology Simplified for value addition and diagrams
  • Practise diagrams for: Australopithecus, Homo Erectus, Rhodesian man, Neanderthal man, Cro Magnon, Grimaldi, Chancelade
  • Prepare thoroughly on each and every fossil mentioned in the syllabus.
  • Focus on:
    • Phylogenetic Status (i.e. its place in the evolution tree, who are its ancestors/successors, etc.)
    • Characteristics (physical, cultural aspects, time-span of the fossil)
    • Geographical distribution
      • Who discovered the first fossil, where & when
      • Distribution of the fossil in other parts of the world
      • Draw map depicting site names

1.7 – The biological basis of life

  • I prepared this unit entirely from the Khan academy YouTube channel
  • Refer to PDF Slides for diagrams and value addition
  • DNA replication, translation, protein synthesis must be illustrated with diagrams
  • Highly scoring

1.8 (1) – Dating methods, etc.

  •      Ember & Ember

1.8 (2)  Cultural Evolution

  • I skipped this subtopic for lack of time.

2.1 & 2.2 – Nature of Culture and Society, etc.

  • Primary Source: BrainTree
  • Value addition: Ember and Ember

2.3, 2.4, 2.5; 3, 4 and 5 – Marriage, Family, Kinship, Economic Organisation, Political Organisation, Religion

  • Most important chapters of Socio-Cultural Anthro.
  • Primary Sources: Braintree
  • Use Ember & Ember for value addition, especially for world tribe examples. Note down all of them in an A4 sheet and memorise.
  • For all the terms (marriage, religion, magic etc), definitions must be a scholarly one. Cram word to word and replicate in your paper.
  • Always include names of relevant Anthropologist’s name, publication year, name and the tribe on which the study was done. Eg: If you talk about Kula Ring, your answer will be incomplete without quoting Malinowski and his work on Trobriand Islanders. Same goes with Totemism and Durkheim.
  • Also, your answer will stand out only when you quote many examples. Just quoting Indian tribe examples won’t be enough. For instance, if you are explaining Balanced Reciprocity, you must quote at least a couple of world tribes (Eg: trade between !Kung and Tswana Buntu) that practice it and the significance of such a system in the tribe. Source these examples from Ember and the internet.
  • Diagrams and schematics for marriage, kinship, descent are absolutely crucial. Ember & Ember has some good diagrams (Eg: Kula ring exchange map) and tables. Practise.
  • For economic anthropology, memorise examples such as that of potlatch: Chinook of Northern Pacific, Kwakiutl of British Columbia. Also mug up examples for tribes for each of fishing/pastoral/horticulture etc. More the examples, better it is. Also practice rough diagrams of tools used by these communities.
  • For political organisation chapter, source examples from Ember and Ember. As I had mentioned, quote anthropologists, their works and tribe’s names.
  • Religion: Same approach as above

6 – Anthropological Theories

  • Primary Source: Ember & Ember
  • Additional Details: University of Alabama’s website, Braintree
  • Prepare short notes on each theory. Expand on:
    • Why it emerged?
    • Main thinkers and their major works
    • Tribes on which the study was done
    • Criticism
    • Balanced conclusion
  • This being a very important chapter, you can go a little deep into each theory and each thinker. You can read on the internet about the most important work of each anthropologist mentioned in the syllabus. For example, if you read a little deeper about Clifford Geertz and his work, you will understand how he described the Balinese cockfight and its relationship to the society at large. These will help you write great answers.
  • The amount of time you invest in this chapter will never go waste. Questions definitely come from this chapter and if you write an in-depth answer, it’s a great chance to outshine your competition.

7 – Culture, Language etc

  • Braintree
  • Ember & Ember
  • Anthropology Simplified

8 – Research Methods in Anthro

  • Primary Source: Braintree
  • Easy and scoring topic
  • Always mention the name of prominent anthropologist associated with a particular method and their works. E.g. Participant-Observation method used by Malinowski for his study on Trobriand Islanders, Genealogical Method by W.H. Rivers, etc.

9.1 to 9.4 – Human Genetics, et al

  • Primary Source: P. Nath.
  • PDF material for value addition
  • Anthropology Simplified for diagrams
  • Use internet extensively to know about technical terms such as Genetic load, genetic drift. Your clarity  of concepts must be impeccable.
  • Go through previous years questions from this chapter and prepare notes for all of them
  • Value addition: You can write about latest advances in Genetics such as Epigenome, methylation and its impact on Gene expression etc to make your answers more contemporary. You can get this content from newspapers and the internet.

9.5 – Race and Racism

  • Primary Source: P. Nath
  • Mug up physical characteristics of major races of the world

9.6 – Genetic Markers, Physiological characteristics etc

  • P. Nath

9.7 – Ecological Anthro

  • Core material: P. Nath
  • You can value add from Ember and Ember: Note down adaptation and acclimatization examples

9.8 – Epidemiological Anthropology

  • I prepared this topic from the PDF material and Anthropology Simplified

10 – Growth and Development

  • Primary Source: P. Nath
  • Prepare short notes for each topic
  • Graphs and examples are indispensible. They will enrich your answers.

11.1 to 11.3

  • P. Nath
  • Practise graphs and diagrams (Eg: Demographic Transition Theory etc)
  • You may use internet to enrich the content. Prepare short notes.

12 – Applications of Anthropology

  • Primary Source: P. Nath
  • Value Addition: Anthropology Simplified, Internet, PDF material
  • Very important topic of Paper I.
  • Practise diagrams wherever appropriate Eg: in DNA technology, Forensic Anthropology, serogenetics and cytogenetics etc
  • Scour the internet to understand about the latest research and developments in various fields wherein Anthropology is being applied for practical purpose. This is way you make your answers stand out from the rest.

My best wishes.

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130 thoughts on “How to Ace Anthropology Optional: Deep Dive into Paper I

  1. Anonymous

    Wow! Just wow! So elaborate!.Anthro is not even my optional lol, but I read the whole post.Can’t bloody wait for more posts on General Studies(all papers).

    1. Anudeep Durishetty


      1. Upendra

        What do you mean by PDF material????????

        1. Anonymous

          Check in answer itself . He provided link

      2. Parthasaradhi

        Bro can u give me any information regarding preparation for essay paper

      3. Kante mamatha

        Hii sir
        I want to start preparation for ias,but don’t know from whare to start
        Plsz help me

      4. Kante mamatha

        How start preparation for ias
        Give basic information
        About subjects and options paper

      5. anil meena

        pls share your anthro, and GS notes

      6. Paresh

        The pdf material you mentioned for anthropology paper 1- genetic part.
        That pdf is not opening. Please help.

      7. Anonymous

        Hi anudeep sir

      8. Anonymous

        sir you are great and happy new year.

      9. shruti

        sir today braintree had lot of materials available in online site and m bit confuse what to buy

      10. Anonymous

        Dear sir,
        I am unable to find anthropological theories in Ember and Ember. Please help

        1. Anonymous

          Chapter 2 nd ,topic -a breif history of anthropological theory , page 18 of 15 th edition ember and ember

      11. Altaf

        Thanks a lot these details are really adorable thanks for your time to upload this lots of appreciation

  2. Sneha Singh

    Great………….. Thank you sir

  3. Anonymous

    thank you…

  4. Anonymous

    Thank u soo much sir☺?‍♀️


    Thank you so much Sir, for elaborated explanation and using your time to explain in detail. Waiting for
    more posts like this way for GS Papers it will be more useful for aspirants who are not able to go expensive coaching. Really Thank you so much sir for your effort.

    1. Anudeep Durishetty

      Will write.

      1. Shashank

        Sir please post your answers which are substituted with diagrams and also eagerly waiting for your GS strategy and books u prepared.

      2. PRAKASH paul

        Sir I was inspired by you I am occupational therapy student I want to appear in .UPSC what is the basic preparation startegy

  6. Anonymous

    thanq very much sir

  7. Saumya srivastava

    It’s really awesome sir…..such a great detailing about each topic!!!!!!!!

  8. Anonymous

    it is really v helpful sir. thanks for the detailed explanation of sources of each topic.

  9. Nishchay

    Sir, plz tell me how to cover economics wala part (GS3), i am not getting it.

      1. Ankit Kumar

        Sir please will you share your anthropology notes as you have shared for GS.

  10. Anonymous

    Thanks a ton sir for such a detailed listing of sources.Now i find this optional really easy. 🙂

  11. Preamble

    Thanks sir..

  12. Anonymous

    Thank you so much sir… It’s really helpful for beginners like me.

  13. Anonymous

    Hi how is muniratnam notes? would like to know if you have used them

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      One of my IRS friends who had Anthropology optional suggested that Muniratnam notes are more in the mould of old pattern, when UPSC used to ask 60 markers. Apparently the notes are too detailed and too vast that it’s not directly in line with the demands of new pattern. So I didn’t buy them.

  14. Meena

    Sir can u pls share ur mains booklist & statergy as soon as possible
    Thank you

  15. srikanth

    Can u please give detail strategy for paper 2

  16. Anonymous

    Great Sir! When can we expect your strategy for Mains?? Please include an aspect of Note Making in it.

  17. praveen

    thanks a lot sir . The booklist seem to help me a lot .Can u pls list the books to refer for Paper 2 .

  18. Dandu Shiva Kumar

    Thanks a lot Anna.
    GS1, 2 ,3, 4 papers ki kuda strategy Shere cheyandi please please sir,
    And once again congratulations Anna?

  19. Veereshwari

    I am such a fan of your writing that though Anthro isn’t my optional couldn’t resist from reading this 😀

    Your tweets,Insta captions and of-course all the articles here, everything grabs the attention of the reader and one keeps looking for the next line, wishing it never ends. You keep the reader in the loop. 🙂

    Sir, your presentation, way of expressing, formation of sentences and the flow in your writing is so damn good that I WISH TO SEE YOU SOMEDAY PUBLISHING YOUR OWN BOOK 🙂

    Would be glad to see some posts from you on other general/random topics ( may be issue based).

    Thanks alot Sir. 🙂

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      I think this is the best comment I received on my blog. 🙂 It’s comments like these that coax me out of my laziness and motivates me to write more. So, thank you!

      Writing a book is one of my life goals, but I feel I am not good enough for it just yet. Hope to gain enough confidence and credibility before I publish my own.

      And yes, I will soon start writing on topics of general interest.

      1. Veereshwari

        Glad to hear this from you Sir.

        It takes lot of efforts,thinking and patience to come up with a final article before publishing. So you deserve such comments from us 🙂

        Thank you Sir!

        Best wishes for your further goals 🙂

  20. Anonymous

    Thanks ,but can you clear which book by P. Nath as there are two books on amazon?

      1. Anonymous


  21. Anonymous

    I want P Nath boom. Where can I get? Plz send link oo PDF if someone have it.

  22. Himanshu Shukla

    Hello Sir, is it possible to upload sample copies of both papers of Anthropology, as u have done for GS and Essay papers.

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      I had no time to take a test series for Anthropology. So I don’t have any sample copies for Anthro.

  23. Pu

    Sir I have appeared in prelim 2018 but failed even if I did quite well.i v decided to go for a second chance n it must be my final one.i just need ur help n guidance so that I will b able to utilise remaining 300 days left for prelim 19.already completed ncert n going through iasbaba n insights daily for current question I have for u that from which date shud I cover the current affairs or from which month I start from?any how I have to clear this time.plz suggest what wil I do extra to get the best .

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      Given the pattern of questions asked in recent years, I’d say you should do current affairs from the past two years starting from Jan 2018.

  24. Anonymous

    Sir …for family ,marriage,religion etc topics of socio cultural anthropology ~ did u refer to anthropology simplified also ?

  25. Xperiac

    Sir I took coaching in paper 2 anthro last year
    So should I take coaching b4 prelims or after
    Plss reply sir

  26. Shreekant

    Hi sir..congratulations ..
    It would be of immense help if you provide your Anthropology notes as the sources are scattered

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      I did not have the time to make notes for Anthropology. I read and revised directly from the books mentioned above.

  27. vivek jha

    Hi sir….first of all Congrats on the stellar achievement.

    As you have mentioned P. Nath in almost all sections of Physical Anthropology,Is it then fine to read P.Nath thoroughly cover to cover ?

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      Ignore sections in the book that are not in the syllabus.

  28. Sunil Yadav

    congrats for such a great achievement sir, i salute u for being yourself down the line and having ur roots still on the ground
    after looking ur plan as a beigner i really get scare is it possible for me as an average student to crack this exam, having such a bulky syllabus???

  29. Vasanthalakshmi

    Thank you so much Sir, for helping others. Am very thankful for you.

  30. Jolly Mishra

    Do Braintree academy update their content or it remains same?

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      Paper I is static, hence BrainTree notes are still relevant for it. But their paper II notes are useless.

  31. Anonymous

    Hi sir,,,
    What should be the order ( section-wise) for traversing through the whole syllabus ?
    Especially for Paper-1 where UPSC mandated syllabus has Physical anthropology split in silos sec.1.4-1.7 & 9.1-12….is it ok to read similar sections at one go ?

    1. Anudeep Durishetty Post author

      Yes. I found it comfortable reading all physical Anthropology sections together.

  32. Anonymous

    Anudeep sir there are many books of ember &ember can you please send me the link

      1. vamsi krishna

        Dear Anudeep sir ,

        i really dont know what to say right now i am feeling very happy for your great success after all these struggles which you went through and finally you did it. you really deserved it more than any one. i am also from andhra. i have been visiting your blog and reading your story. At the end i got tears.
        From one and half month i have been understanding the IAS and syllabus.i have gone through various coaching sites , by digging and digging i got confused with the syllabus and struggled a lot because i know the importance of what should read and what should not. After reading complete syllabus in UPSC website no of times finally i understand something which i didn’t get before. Now i am ready to start my preparation.
        I just love reading . and the problem is i don’t remember easily anything , i will forgot immediately and the solution is i know that as you said like diagram , visualizing picture etc.. and most important is revision with our own hand writing notes for better results.
        The fact is i didn’t dream ever for IAS until last year. I always believe in unite. I don’t care about nation , religion ,caste and province. i always care about every living being on earth. but today we are loosing everyone and everything. we need to save the world and people who are struggling still for their life and value. we are killing each other and killing other living beings too.The EARTH is not only for humans.
        I really wonder how an educated person will give his poll in elections to a fool, unworthy candidates and self agenda persons. And one more thing INDIA is not democratic country anymore. there is no justice for common man and there is no value for their life.
        we need to do something we have to.


      2. Anonymous

        Sir can you please share braintree material link as well .there are many versions of braintree material in amazon. tnx 🙂

      3. Diggi

        I am not able to find Anthropological Thoughts in Ember and ember, in which chapter it is?

  33. Potharaju Aravind

    Respected Sir,
    You have become a torch bearer to all aspirants, my respect to you. I’m sure that Nation will shine in service of you.

    I have engineering background and am preparing for UPSC 2019 and I am vacillating between Anthro and Political Science, and coming to my interest part I will say that though I like Political Science as a subject, I’m preferring Anthro.
    My Reason being…..
    I’m a bit objective in nature and say to myself ‘marks at any cost’, i fee that my desire to get into services will make me work hard no matter which subject I take, also, anthro being a bit straight forward (correct me if I’m wrong) rather than ‘depends on interpretation’ type will make my chances better.

    Am I in the right direction of thought?

  34. Anonymous

    Sir can you please share braintree material link as well .there are many versions of braintree material in amazon. tnx ?

  35. Luffy

    Please share the link for braintree material.
    There are many versions of it in Amazon.

  36. Shivam

    Sir didn’t find brain tree so will you please share link from where to buy brain tree

  37. Anonymous

    Bhai ..what to read in civilsdaily current affairs?
    Did you make note from these articles?

  38. Anonymous

    Sir, can please mention the case studies source , as such your case studies are way above normal and definitely caught reader’s eyes!

  39. Anonymous

    Sir . Clear this simple doubt

    P. Nath extensively used mathematics and statistics in almost every concept of genetics.

    It’s very hard for me to understand statistics of the topic.

    I’m understanding the concept .. But the math is tough.

    Is concept enough .. ? Or should statistics be read too ?

  40. Anonymous

    Sir… generally how much time required for a beginner for anthro. Optional


    sir, what’s your take on the mains paper this year?

  42. Anonymous

    Sir.. We need to study entire p. Nath book??

  43. Anonymous

    Sir can u specify which Anthropology book by Ember and Ember have details about Anthropological theories? In 12th edition book the content doesn’t have this topic. If anyone can help it would be of great help. Thanks

  44. Sunitha

    Sir is it necessary to write in which year an anthropologist wrote the book…while mentioning the source in definitions and any other concept ? ( particularly in paper 1 )

  45. Sree

    From which study material did you get those definitions with name of anthropologist and name of book in which it was published

  46. Harsh

    Sir, Would the edition of a book matter ?
    Which editions did u study ?

  47. The Classic

    Can you please comment on this .Does current affairs play a major role in anthropology??

  48. Divyansh

    Respected sir…. For which year onwards do we need to refer the past year papers? Are the very old q papers still relevant?

  49. Aabha Choudhary

    What sort of diagrams will anthropology have? I am considering to take it up as optional but I don’t have drawing skills especially human anatomy.

  50. Ritesh Sharma

    Hii Sir,
    I have selected optional Anthropology for Hindi Medium so can you suggest the book list. We will be thankful if you can help.


    Sir, did you write in the same format ( that we noticed in GS mock test) for Optionals such as short and incomplete sentences with figures?.

  52. Balaji Bahirwal

    Hello sir, could I get a sample answer copies for anthropology paper 1 of yours???

  53. Rohit Dhas

    How much time(days) it requires to complete anthropology optional from zero, provided I can study it for 3-4 hrs a day?


    Sir, can You share Your Book of Anthropology Simplified. I am not getting the book anywhere

  55. Naman Singhal

    Do I need to study about Proconsul-Dryopithecus-Sivapithecus and other such fossils, or should I focus only on the ones provided in the syllabus ?

  56. aditya

    anudeep sir
    its a humble request please add your anthropology optional notes please sir

  57. Rajala Youngren Naveenson

    Annaya,I was big fan of u. I was studying btech and I was preparing for upsc ,I had three years time for my 1st attempt although I was confusion about the anthropology optional and for the g.s papers and mainly iam weak in telugu for qualifying language .I want clear the upsc exam without coaching like u .The most important thing is that I want to meet u to get ur experience and guidence can I get ur phone number. Please Annaya.

  58. Anonymous

    Hello sir, you are the most down to earth person I have ever seen, you have some kind of charm in your personality .I want to ask how you manage to be this humble even after achieving this much. Your personality is so pure , I can listen to your interviews for 24×7.
    Thank you for guidance.


    sir, did you take any coaching for anthropology optional?

    1. Thathvik Reddy

      No, Sir did not take any coaching. He learnt everything by Himself on his own strategy.

  60. Naveen

    Sir please tell where is topic Paper – 1,chapter 6 Anthropological Theories in Ember and Ember book which you wrote as a primary source.

  61. Shubham Shivhare

    Sir, I can’t find anthropological theories in Ember & Ember. Will you or anyone help me out?

  62. Dr.Vidya R

    Hello sir,
    I am a beginner student of anthropology..this post is really helpful for my initial studies..thank you so much for all your guidance and please also guide regarding paper2 syllabus..I am waiting for paper2 guidelines.
    Happy New Year Sir??

    1. John britto

      He already made a post on paper 2.In this starting of this post he has given the link to third article which is on paper 2.

  63. Santhosh

    Sir how can we know, particular topics has to be covered Compulsorily….

  64. aknk 47

    Sir will your book be available as soft copy or hard copy?

  65. Anand Chandrasekhar

    Respected sir, am looking forward to clear upsc with anthropology as my optional. am seeking guidance from your blog and also bought your book to get a clear idea to write answers through your guidance. But unfortunately covering the topics as per the syllabus according to the mentioned books i found it very difficult to find certain topics which are mentioned in the syllabus in the mentioned book by you. for eg: while covering the topic human evolution from p nath i found it very difficult to search and find which topics to read and which to avoid as per the syllabus, i can’t find topics such as parallelism in p nath but they were given in Braintree material, and while looking for other topics it took too much time and am worried wheather i miss any important topics which should be read. sir please find some time to guide me, i believe without proper guidence i will stood in front of nothing kindly respond sir.

    1. Sunnyy Kushwanshi

      refer past paper topic wise pdf to et idea of topics upsc will find pdf
      on internet

      1. Anand Chandrasekhar

        thanks a lot

  66. Utsav

    Sir, for anthropological theories topic you have mentioned ember and ember to be your primary source material .It would be a great help if you mention which particular ember and ember book as the one i have does not seem to contain this specific chapter.

    Thank you in advance.

  67. my rules my life

    sir anthropology paper 1 is easy or 2??

  68. Deepjyoti Choudhury

    Thanks a lot Brother. I have chosen Anthropology as optional and this is helping me a lot.

  69. Mrittika

    Thanks a lot! I was searching for the booklist for Anthropology optional for the last 5-6 days. I didn’t like the ones I got. Thank you so much for giving such a detailed plan. Especially liked the part about the books we can read just to delve deeper. I am currently reading Sapiens(what a coincidence)! This is of immense help,Sir.

  70. anicow

    Sir can u specify which Anthropology book by Ember and Ember have details about Anthropological theories? In 12th edition book the content doesn’t have this topic. If anyone can help it would be of great help. Thanks

  71. Ananya Panwar

    all my queries have been covered just by reading all the above comments. And regarding your book fundamentals of essay and answer writing………….now i realize that it is the best investment i’ve ever made.thank you for helping all of us

  72. Chetan

    Sir u not refer the vaid sir notes? and which is better among the vaid sir notes and braintree

  73. Anonymous

    Pdf material is not opening sir

  74. Anonymous

    Could you please specify which Anthropology book by Ember and Ember have details about Anthropological theories? In 14th edition book the content doesn’t have this topic. If anyone can help it would be of great help. Thanks

  75. Anonymous

    Hi, hope you’re doing well. Is it alright to study socio-cultural anthropology entirely from ember and ember? I’ve read these chapters from ember and ember and am quite comfortable with the book. Is it imperative to go through Braintree material as well?

  76. Anonymous

    Sir,what are your thoughts on Vaid sir’s material.Did you refer to them.

  77. Anonymous

    Hi boss still I’m in dilama abt anthropology I did not get any material till now plz provide any pdf in ur blog spot plz

  78. Yashi

    Please confirm which edition of Ember and Ember we have to follow??

  79. Almas fathima

    Hello sir

    Can you post your anthropology answers for reference

    Thank you

  80. Gopal

    Give me some tips on how to write intro and could

  81. Anonymous

    Sir i have no words ….MEANS i don’t understand how SHOULD I THANK YOU..IT’S really beyond my imagination….the way u elobrate ….sir hats off TO YOUR effort..thanks a lot❤

  82. Sneha Choudhary

    Hii sir,
    This article is really very helpful, sir can you please tell me when to start reading newspaper if i am preparing for 2025

  83. Anonymous

    Sir I read all your blogs and you cleared almost every query i had. Still there is one doubt about current affairs and newspaper reading How can i make notes from it plz share your own how you made it… thanks !!

  84. Sharad Tiwari

    Tq so much sir for sharing this precious info to us.

  85. Anonymous

    Sir, it might sound a bit unprofessional but with all due respect, I love you for creating this blog, it literally has everything one needs to ace this subject. Thank you so very much!!


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