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How to proceed with Geography?

Hey everyone,
I have finished reading ncert books for geo.
Now the confusion lies in proceeding further.
i want to start with physical geography first.
Should I go for savindra singh book for physical geo.
The book has loads of topics. So my question is
1) Is entire savindra singh required to be studied?
or some imp topics are to be read?
2) any other good book for physical geo?
I request the senior members to please help me in this regard.
Thanks in advance.

Ps: geo is not my optional subject.

Comments

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  • Watch mrunals all videos on geography and make notes accordingly... do this first! No need to read savindra singh
    Valar Morghulis
  • Fuhrer said:
    Sir how to cover paper 2
    i'm reading Khullar, but i found it insufficient when attempted the previous year questions. Please help.
    How r u preparing for paper 2
    Never Out of Fight
  • do google search for evry topic n make notes... one of my friend is ips wid no books
  • edited January 2016
    Please see Important chapters of Khullar's Indian Geography as per SRIRAMs IAS, Delhi's geography faculty Dr. D.B.Kumar sir
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  • Please see Important chapters of Savindra Singh's Physical Geography as per SRIRAMs IAS, Delhi's geography faculty Dr. D.B.Kumar sir
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  • Hey everyone,
    I have finished reading ncert books for geo.
    Now the confusion lies in proceeding further.
    i want to start with physical geography first.
    Should I go for savindra singh book for physical geo.
    The book has loads of topics. So my question is
    1) Is entire savindra singh required to be studied?
    or some imp topics are to be read?
    2) any other good book for physical geo?
    I request the senior members to please help me in this regard.
    Thanks in advance.

    Ps: geo is not my optional subject.

    u can go for g.c. leong physical geo wala part :) it will help u in prelims as well. also in savinder singh in oceanography salinity, temperature of the ocean water,ocean tides, ocean currents,coral reefs
    in atmosphere(climatology)
    composition and structure of the atmosphere
    temperature
    insolation and heat budget(especially temp inversion)
    humidity & precipitation
    cyclones
    pressure belts

    P.S: i have older version of savinder singh physical geography
    state interview1 mains1 pt 3
    upcoming:Bpsc M
  • For Non Geo Optional people, NCERT + Current Affairs is sufficient !!
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