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Benefits of GCERT Books for GPSC


Simple to kick start the preparation

First of all the GCERT is the basic reading book which extensively covers the GPSC class 1/2 , civil services examination syllabus pattern in a very simple and lucid manner. The GCERT books are written in simple language. It helps everyone to grasp the ideas easily. It eases the learning process in the initial stage and boosts the self-confidence of the GPSC aspirants.

The touch of eminent authors

The GCERT books, especially the old editions(before covid) are meticulously drafted by the eminent authors in the subject with extensive research. The sole objective of this government organization is to assist and advise the Central and State Governments on policies and programmes for qualitative improvement in school education.

Build the basic concepts with GCERT

One cannot build a great building on a weak foundation. A solid foundation is a necessity to build a super-strong infrastructure. This is applicable to aspirants those who are preparing for civil services. The GCERT books are considered as the basic reading books to build the base of the Civil Services Examination. It covers all topics which are important and gives us a crystal clear conceptual clarity. It guarantees that aspirants are no longer a beginner once you go through them thoroughly. Thus, GCERT Books additionally serve as a measure of performance evaluation and improvement. Before Jumping on to Yuva or Lakshmikant or any other books, one must go through GCERTs. Which is available here (PROVIDE LINK)

Authenticity of information

The GCERT books are considered as a genuine source of information.

Direct question from GCERT

From the inception itself, GPSC has asked many questions directly from the GCERT books. If we analyze in detail, GPSC has asked some questions directly from GCERT books.

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A civil servant also referred to as a public servant, is an individual who is employed by a government department or agency in the public sector. They serve the government, not a political party, and can be found working for both central and state governments.

In India, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and State Public Service Commission (SPSC) (or GPSC in Gujarat) oversee the selection and appointment process for Civil Services. The civil services at the central level are divided into All India Services, such as IAS and IPS, as well as Central Civil Services Group-A and Group-B.

Civil servants in India are responsible for implementing policies, managing public services, and administering government programs. This is the reason the selection procedure is extremely strict, and to become a civil servant, you are required to have a wealth of knowledge regarding the political conditions, socioeconomic conditions and other pressing matters in the country.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the Civil Services Examination every year to choose the most qualified candidates for the Central Civil Services, including IAS and IPS, which are classified as All India Services. The exam pattern for all civil services, including IAS and IPS, is the same, and candidates must pass all three stages of the exam: Prelims, Mains, and Interview to be appointed as civil servants.

For IAS or IPS, a candidate must attain a higher rank among all passing candidates to obtain the preferred service. UPSC selects candidates for IAS or IPS based on the merit achieved in the UPSC-CSE. In addition, IPS candidates must meet certain physical criteria to qualify for the service.

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Once the Civil Services Examination results are announced, the role of the UPSC comes to an end. The responsibility of training IAS or IPS probationers then falls under the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT). To fulfil this purpose, the selected candidates are invited to participate in foundation training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) located in Mussoorie. Following the foundation training, those selected for IPS receive training at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Academy of Administration (SVPNPA) in Hyderabad.

Once the Civil Services Examination results are announced, the role of the UPSC comes to an end. The responsibility of training IAS or IPS probationers then falls under the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT). To fulfil this purpose, the selected candidates are invited to participate in foundation training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) located in Mussoorie. Following the foundation training, those selected for IPS receive training at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Academy of Administration (SVPNPA) in Hyderabad.

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