UPSC Syllabus – IAS Syllabus – UPSC Mains Syllabus
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UPSC Mains syllabus, though more detailed than the ones in 2011 and 2012, still contains a lot ofgray areas.
For e.g. under the topic “Conservation” under Environment (GS Paper-3) can contain an ocean of information. Yet for UPSC, you only need to study the conservation of Biodiversity; Energy and water resources; natural resources etc.
Even under this a lot of ambiguity and “under the sky” questions can be expected. So, in our mindmaps, these broad topics have been further broken down into sub-topics, and examples to help you understand what exactly to read, and what to avoid.
Under theconservation of biodiversity,you need to read –National Biodiversity Act, Conservation efforts for various species (elephant, tiger etc.), legal measures and policies to conserve international and national biodiversity, methods of conservation of bio-diversity etc.
All this has been represented graphically. We hope that aspirants get alot ofclarity on the syllabus and the exact demand of UPSC. All the best!