Target Prelims – 10 Days Left! Don’t forget to revise these topics for CSE 2022

UPSC Prelims 2022 is scheduled to be held on 5th June 2022 this time. Those preparing for Civil Services just need to know what to revise now with 10 days left. Check in the article below.

UPSC CSE 2022 Preliminary exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 5, 2022. The exam has a vast syllabus that needs to be covered and candidates find it difficult to do so. Revision of this many syllabus is a difficult task in itself. So here again we are giving proper guidance on the topics to be revised before going for UPSC CSE Prelims 2022.

Aspirants preparing to attempt UPSC Pre this time must not forget to revise the following topics.

Topics to compulsorily revise before CSE Prelims 2022:

Arrangement of the governance:

Do not leave any topic in Indian politics! As we have emphasized earlier, politics is not a mess. You cannot afford to skip any topic from Indian politics books. An easy way to study it is to follow each and every topic of M Laxmikant. It is the easiest to revise and if one has studied it thoroughly then it hardly takes a day to revise the syllabus.

Environmental Science:

Candidates need to know all the new animal and plant species discovered so far. Yes! It is important to know about the species discovered from January 2021 to May 2022. Also, check out all the important environmental conferences and conventions held in the year 2021-22. You cannot compulsorily memorize any of these topics. Also, candidates must know everything about Ramsar conventions, important announcements about UNICEF sites, etc.

Another important theme this year is Ladakh. This time you all would know about the endangered species of Ladakh, Kashmir and North East. Leh, Ladakh have been in the news mainly due to India China border issues.

History and Political Science,

Know everything this time about Sino-Indian issues, Indo-Pak relations and India-Sri Lanka relations. Candidates must not forget to go through the borders of India, its neighboring countries and their geography as well.

Like last year, you will have to revise the country’s temple categories and the new monuments discovered this year. History is always associated with GK, so try and revise all the dynasties, books and cultural aspects related to the latest discoveries made by ASI this year.

Geography:

A lot has happened in the Geography section for UPSC aspirants this year. Be sure to study all cyclones and storms. Candidates must be aware of the various wildfires, earthquakes and tsunamis of the year. Also, be sure to study the geography of Ukraine, Europe, as well as Russia in detail. Be aware of all the rivers, mountain ranges and other geographical features of this place.

Astronomy and Science:

UPSC has recently developed interest in all celestial bodies. Modify all asteroids, space agencies, orbits, missions, etc. Also, you must be aware of the latest telescopes, be it space telescopes or earth telescopes. Don’t forget to revise them. UNESCO announced a major new coral reef off the coast of Tahiti, which spans 3 km and is in “pristine” status, has been discovered by marine biologists as part of the Seabed 2030 project. Topics like those mentioned above should not be ignored.

Renewable sources of energy should also not be forgotten to modify. Also, revise the missions and projects undertaken by the Government of India in this regard.

We are pretty sure that candidates will have a great UPSC CSE PT 2022 if these topics mentioned above are revised well.

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