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How to read Laxmikant?

How is one supposed to read Laxmikant?
Chapter-wise?
Topic-wise?

I read smwhere that groups have to be made, of chapters and topics, for preparation of polity, but it's not clear to me how to do so.

Kindly suggest!!
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  • hardly 15 days is needed for laxmikanth, no need for these kind of shortcuts, laxmikanth also has objective books which can supplement with this books. Study one chapter and solve objective , in this way u can complete in approx 20 days. Read atleast 4 chapter in one day
    Sab toh milake peete hain Paani sharab mein
    Mai pee gaya mila ke jawani sharab mein


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  • read DD basu at least once but laxmikanth got itsy-bity points which provide 100% coverage at least for perlim
    कृपया यहां ज्ञान न बांटे यहां सभी ज्ञानी है
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  • How is one supposed to read Laxmikant?
    Chapter-wise?
    Topic-wise?

    I read smwhere that groups have to be made, of chapters and topics, for preparation of polity, but it's not clear to me how to do so.

    Kindly suggest!!

    Read D D basu and Subhash Kashyap. They are indispensable for Mains. Why are u wasting time on Laxmikanth. Ur answers will also be different than the rest of the competition.
    I agree with this viewpoint especially when all are reading Laxmikanth. Gave Mains once, faltered badly at polity. Kindly put hardwork here. Dont be like me.
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  • sisoko said:

    How is one supposed to read Laxmikant?
    Chapter-wise?
    Topic-wise?

    I read smwhere that groups have to be made, of chapters and topics, for preparation of polity, but it's not clear to me how to do so.

    Kindly suggest!!

    Read D D basu and Subhash Kashyap. They are indispensable for Mains. Why are u wasting time on Laxmikanth. Ur answers will also be different than the rest of the competition.
    I agree with this viewpoint especially when all are reading Laxmikanth. Gave Mains once, faltered badly at polity. Kindly put hardwork here. Dont be like me.
    Alright.
    From where I got some guidance for prep, Laxmi was suggested. So I have no idea abt Subhash Kashyap or DD Basu

    If you have read these, kindly suggest how read these 2 books.
    Are topics/chapters arranged in a manner that is OK for UPSC? Or, is there a pattern?
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  • edited July 2016

    What books did you study in college for constitutional law?

    JN Pandey.
    It's a textbook, but elucidates concepts.. And has simple language.
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  • Is there any relevant supplements in 4th edition of M Laxmikant? else i go with old 3rd edition..kindly suggest!
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