The nature of the exams for Government jobs is changing day by day. Also, the demand for GS NCERT in government jobs is increasing. In the scenario of cut-throat competition, Students are advised to start their preparation with GS NCERT.
Earlier GS questions asked in competitive exams were factual but now conceptual questions are being asked, which demand a clear understanding of the Topics. To understand the concept behind any topic there is no alternative to NCERT textbooks.
NCERT textbooks are helpful for the preparation of UPSC, STATE- PSC,NDA, CDS, SSC, CAPF, EPFO, PCS-J and Other Competitive Exams. Without a solid foundation, you’ll have trouble creating anything of value. NCERT textbooks are the foundation for every competitive exam. Our course in GS NCERT is vital for building a strong foundation.
Our course of GS NCERT is not only an exact replica of the NCERT syllabus but also covers important themes/topics and current events/developments aligned with the changing nature of the examination. Therefore, it is very important to thoroughly understand the GS NCERT concepts in-order to clear competitive exams.
Galaxy classes have academically summarised 40- 50 NCERT books into 14 simple booklets for all subjects. Each booklet covers the 6 th to 12 th NCERT content in a detailed way and interlinks various concepts. To make understanding easy maps and info graphs have been used.
The main objective is to give a complete basic understanding of concepts through an intensive classroom program. The aspirants attending NCERT classes will be competent to answer questions being asked in Group A, and Group B exams. The course subconsciously inculcates an answer writing skill by giving students content in a lucid & organised manner.
CSE - 2018
I started Studying all NCERTs from 6th to 12th. Reading of NCERTs helped build my foundation.
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CSE - 2020
NCERT build your foundation
NCERTs should be the starting point for a beginner. One should try to complete NCERTs from 6th-12th with special focus on 11th-12th NCERTs
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CSE – 2020
For Beginners - Basic Ncert Is Important
Rank - 9
NCERT Makes Your Basics Strong
Rank - 8
I started with 11th-12th NCERTS. I, then, covered the remaining NCERTs to fill the gap
The government sector is the best option for a secure future and for a thriving career. Therefore, many fresh graduates try their luck in Government Jobs. We are advising you to start your preparation with NCERT. NCERT books are good for basic understanding but there is a total of 40–50 books (from class 6 th to 12 th ) and finishing them in one year is quite difficult. A smart study approach can help in reducing the time to cover NCERT books. Galaxy classes provide a GS NCERT classroom program which covers complete NCERT from basic to advance in only 6 months (including practice tests).
The first method is reading all the books class-wise starting from class 6. This is a good way to read specifically for the exams when you have a time constraint. The second method is to read the NCERT books subject-wise. In this method, you pick up one particular subject and read all the books from classes 6 to 12. If you read NCERT books subject wise you will understand the subject easily and your basic knowledge gets stronger, and concepts get clearer.
It is an important question which everyone asks oneself when start reading NCERTs. Generally, the new NCERT books are recommended to the student except for history. The chapters of history old NCERT are arranged nicely from beginning to end but you will miss some chapters if you read the new one. Galaxy classes provide a set of 14 booklets (both in Hindi and English medium), which cover all the important information about old and new NCERTs and our weekly test help to monitor your weekly progress.
NCERT books are not only important from a prelims point of view but also it is helpful for mains exam. As all the important facts are covered along with a concise description of topics which are helpful for the mains exam. Also, the style of explaining concepts in NCERT is both horizontal (variety of concepts) as well as vertical (in-depth) which is required in the mains exam, where you have to answer some questions with depth knowledge and in some questions, you have to include various dimensions.
The Syllabus, curriculum and exam pattern are the same for both UPSC and state PSC, so NCERT is
equally important in State-PSC. The preparation strategy for the two examinations requires the
candidates to follow the exact same pattern and NCERT is equally important in state-PSC. Galaxy GS-
NCERT weekly test paper cover the previous year’s question for UPSC and PSC examination that
helps you understand the nature of the questions.
Every young blood wants to serve the nation by joining the defence forces, but to achieve your
dream you must clear the NDA or CDS examination conducted by the UPSC. For the General Studies
section, NCERTs are important. There are no other books better than NCERT. Almost all the
questions from the general science section come from NCERT in the examination.
CAPF Exam is conducted in three stages written exam, physical ability test and interview. The written
test is pen and paper-based. It is conducted in two stages, where candidates are tested on their
knowledge and analytical skills, along with their ability to write and frame answers.70 % of questions
in the Paper 1 are asked from NCERT books. The best way to prepare for PAPER 1 is by going through
the NCERT. Essays are an important area where you stand a chance of scoring well in paper 2. An
effective way of writing an essay is to follow some systematic steps that would eventually lead to a
well-researched and organized piece of writing. NCERT also help in comparing essay dealing with
two or more subjects through a comparative analysis.
60-70 % of questions in the EPFO exam are asked from NCERT books. It will be difficult to find the solution to these questions in normal books available in the market as these books generally focus on covering facts while NCERT book focuses on conceptual understanding. Some special topics like
Accountancy and Industrial Relations are asked in this exam which can be easily covered by NCERT
The whole syllabus of the Judiciary exam is divided into three parts:
GS questions in judiciary exams are of a very basic level and can be easily covered through GS NCERT
books. These books along with current affairs are more than sufficient for this exam. The syllabus of
GS asked in prelims and mains exam is exactly the same. The only difference is between the nature
of the questions. In prelims, objective questions are asked while in mains you have to write the exact
answer and NCERT books are the best source to write these answers.
50-60% of questions in the SSC CGL exam are asked from NCERT books. NCERT books will help in
understanding the basic concepts and you can cover many other questions asked in the exam using
the elimination of options. If you directly start mugging the factual information, you will not be able
to retain the information for a longer period of time.
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